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Articles 2012

Articles published in 2012

Abd-Elgawad M., Kerlan M.C., Molinari S., Abd-El-Kareem F., Kabeil S., Mohamad M. & El-Nagdi W. (2012). Histopathological changes and enzymatic activities induced by Meloïdogyne Incognita on resistant and susceptible potato. eSci Journal of Plant Patholoy, 1(1): 62-72.

Andrivon D. (2012). Dynamics of Change in Human-Driven and Natural Systems: Fast Forward, Slow Motion, Same Movie? A Case Study from Plant Protection. Sustainability, 4(3): 384-393. DOI

Ashrafi S., Mugniery D., van Heese E., van Aelst A., Helder H. & Karssen G. (2012). Description of Meloidoderita salinasp. n. (Nematoda, Sphaeronematidae) from a micro-tidal salt marsh at Mont-Saint-Michel Bay in France. ZooKeys, 249: 1-26. DOI

 Auger B., Pouvreau J.B., Pouponneau K., Yoneyama K., Montiel G., Le Bizec B., Yoneyama K., Delavault P., Delourme R. & Simier P. (2012). Germination Stimulants of Phelipanche ramosain the Rhizosphere of Brassica napusAre Derived from the Glucosinolate Pathway. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 25(7): 993-1004. DOI

Barzic M.R. & Com E. (2012). Proteins Involved in the Interaction of Potato Tubers with Pectobacterium atrosepticum: a Proteomic Approach to Understanding Partial Resistance. Journal of Phytopathology, 160(10): 561-575. DOI

Baz M., Lahbabi D., Samri S., Val F., Hamelin G., Madore I., Bouarab K., Beaulieu C., Ennaji M.M. & Barakate M. (2012). Control of potato soft rot caused by Pectobacterium carotovorumand Pectobacterium atrosepticumby Moroccan actinobacteria isolates. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology, 28(1): 303-311. DOI

Ben C., Toueni M., Montanari S., Tardin M.C., Fervel M., Negahi A., Saint-Pierre L., Mathieu G., Gras M.C., Noël D., Prospéri J.M., Pilet-Nayel M.L., Baranger A., Huguet T., Julier B., Rickauer M. & Gentzbittel L. (2012). Natural diversity in the model legume Medicago truncatulaallows identifying distinct genetic mechanisms conferring partial resistance to Verticillium wilt. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64(1): 317-332. DOI

Benyoussef N.O., Le May C., Mlayeh O. & Kharrat M. (2012). First report of Didymella fabae, teleomorph of Ascochyta fabae, on faba bean crop debris in Tunisia. Phytopathologia Mediterranea, 51(2): 369-373.

Bousset L. & Chèvre A.M. (2012). Controlling Cyclic Epidemics on the Crops of the Agroecosystems: Articulate all the Dimensions in the Formalisation, but Look for a Local Solution. Journal of Botany, 2012(Article ID 938218): 9. DOI

Carpentier J., Esquibet M., Fouville D., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J., Kerlan M.-C. & Grenier E. (2012). The evolution of the Gp-Rbp-1 gene in Globodera pallidaincludes multiple selective replacements. Molecular Plant Pathology, 13(6): 546-555. DOI

Clément J.A.J., Magalon H., Glais I., Jacquot E. & Andrivon D. (2012). To Be or Not to Be Solitary: Phytophthora infestans' Dilemma for Optimizing its Reproductive Fitness in Multiple Infections. PLoS ONE, 7(6): e37838. DOI

Crépin A., Barbey C., Beury-Cirou A., Hélias V., Taupin L., Reverchon S., Nasser W., Faure D., Dufour A., Orange N., Feuilloley M., Heurlier K., Burini J.F. & Latour X. (2012). Quorum Sensing Signaling Molecules Produced by Reference and Emerging Soft-Rot Bacteria (Dickeyaand Pectobacteriumspp.). PLoS ONE, 7(4): e35176. DOI

Crépin A., Beury-Cirou A., Barbey C., Farmer C., Helias V., Burini J.F., Faure D. & Latour X. (2012). N-Acyl Homoserine Lactones in Diverse Pectobacterium and Dickeya Plant Pathogens: Diversity, Abundance, and Involvement in Virulence. Sensors, 12(3): 3484-3497. DOI

Dittami S.M., Gravot A., Goulitquer S., Rousvoal S., Peters A.F., Bouchereau A., Boyen C. & Tonon T. (2012). Towards deciphering dynamic changes and evolutionary mechanisms involved in the adaptation to low salinities in Ectocarpus (brown algae). Plant Journal, 71(3): 366-377. DOI

Fabre F., Montarry J., Coville J., Senoussi R., Simon V. & Moury B. (2012). Modelling the Evolutionary Dynamics of Viruses within Their Hosts: A Case Study Using High-Throughput Sequencing. PLoS Pathogens, 8(4): e1002654. DOI

Gauthier M., Veronesi C., El-Halmouch Y., Leflon M., Jestin C., Labalette E., Simier R., Delourme R. & Delavault P. (2012). Characterisation of resistance to branched broomrape, Phelipanche ramosa, in winter oilseed rape. Crop Protection, 42: 56-63. DOI

Gazengel K., Lebreton L., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y., Marchi M., Sarniguet A. & Daval S. (2012). Simultaneaous monitoring of two fungal genotypes on plant roots by single nucleotide polymorphism quantification with an innovative KASPar quantitative PCR. Mycological Progress, on line. DOI

Gorton A.J., Heath K.D., Pilet-Nayel M.L., Baranger A. & Stinchcombe J.R. (2012). Mapping the Genetic Basis of Symbiotic Variation in Legume-Rhizobium Interactions in Medicago truncatula. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 2(11): 1291-1303. DOI

Gravot A., Deleu C., Wagner G., Lariagon C., Lugan R., Todd C., Wendehenne D., Delourme R., Bouchereau A. & Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. (2012). Arginase Induction Represses Gall Development During Clubroot Infection In Arabidopsis. Plant and Cell Physiology, 53(5): 901-911. DOI

Hélias V., Hamon P., Huchet E., Wolf J.V.D. & Andrivon D. (2012). Two new effective semiselective crystal violet pectate media for isolation of Pectobacterium and Dickeya.Plant Pathology, 61(2): 339-345.

Hockland S., Niere B., Grenier E., Blok V., Phillips M., den Nijs L., Anthoine G., Pickup J. & Viaene N. (2012). An evaluation of the implications of virulence in non-European populations of Globodera pallidaand G. rostochiensisfor potato cultivation in Europe. Nematology, 14(1): 1-13. DOI

Jestin C., Vallée P., Domin C., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. & Delourme R. (2012). Assessment of a new strategy for selective phenotyping applied to complex traits in Brassica napus. Open Journal of Genetics, 2(4): 190-201. DOI

Kröner A., Marnet N., Andrivon D. & Val F. (2012). Nicotiflorin, rutin and chlorogenic acid: phenylpropanoids involved differently in quantitative resistance of potato tubers to biotrophic and necrotrophic pathogens. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 57: 23-31. DOI

Le May C., Guibert M., Leclerc A., Andrivon D. & Tivoli B. (2012). A single, plastic population of Mycosphaerella pinodes causes Ascochyta blight on winter and spring pea (Pisum sativum) in France. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78(23): 8431-8440. DOI

Lu Y.H., Arnaud D., Belcram H., Falentin C., Rouault P., Piel N., Lucas M.O., Just J., Renard M., Delourme R. & Chalhoub B. (2012). A Dominant Point Mutation in a RINGv E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Homoeologous Gene Leads to Cleistogamy in Brassica napus. Plant Cell, 24(12): 4875-4891. DOI

Mailleret L., Castel M., Montarry J. & Hamelin F. (2012). From elaborate to compact seasonal plant epidemic models and back: is competitive exclusion in the details? Theoretical Ecology, 5(3): 311-324. DOI

McGee R.J., Coyne C.J., Pilet-Nayel M.L., Moussart A., Tivoli B., Baranger A., Hamon C. & McPhee K.E. (2012). Registration of Pea Germplasm Lines Partially Resistant to Aphanomyces Root Rot for Breeding Fresh or Freezer Pea and Dry Pea Types. Journal of Plant Registrations, 6(2): 203-207. DOI

Montarry J., Cartier E., Jacquemond M., Palloix A. & Moury B. (2012). Virus adaptation to quantitative plant resistance: erosion or breakdown? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25(11): 2242-2252. DOI

Richard B., Jumel S., Rouault F. & Tivoli B. (2012). Influence of plant stage and organ age on the receptivity of Pisum sativumto Mycosphaerella pinodes. European journal of plant pathology, 132(3): 367-379. DOI

Wagner G., Charton S., Lariagon C., Laperche A., Lugan R., Hopkins J., Frendo P., Bouchereau A., Delourme R., Gravot A. & Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. (2012). Metabotyping: A New Approach to Investigate Rapeseed (Brassica napusL.) Genetic Diversity in the Metabolic Response to Clubroot Infection. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 25(11): 1478-1491. DOI

Xhaard C., Barrès B., Andrieux A., Bousset L., Halkett F. & Frey P. (2012). Disentangling the genetic origins of a plant pathogen during disease spread using an original molecular epidemiology approach. Molecular Ecology, 21(10): 2383-2398. DOI