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Articles 2013

Articles published in 2013

Alenda C., Gallot-Le Grand A., Fouville D. & Grenier E. (2013). Sequence polymorphism of nematode effectors highlights molecular differences among the subspecies of the tobacco cyst nematode complex. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 84: 107-114. DOI

Andrivon D., Montarry J., Corbière R., Pasco C., Glais I., Marquer B., Clément J.A.J., Castel M. & Hamelin F.M. (2013). The hard life of Phytophthora infestans: when trade-offs shape evolution in a biotrophic plant pathogen. Plant Pathology, 62 (Special Issue: Fitness Costs and Trade-offs in Plant–Parasite Interactions): 28-35. DOI

Andrivon D., Giorgetti C., Baranger A., Calonnec A., Cartolaro P., Faivre R., Guyader S., Lauri P.E., Lescourret F., Parisi L., Ney B., Tivoli B. & Sache I. (2013). Defining and designing plant architectural ideotypes to control epidemics? European Journal of Plant Pathology, 135(3): 611-617. DOI

Avia K., Pilet-Nayel M.L., Bahrman N., Baranger A., Delbreil B., Fontaine V., Hamon C., Hanocq E., Niarquin M., Sellier H., Vuylsteker C., Prosperi J.M. & Lejeune-Hénaut I. (2013). Genetic variability and QTL mapping of freezing tolerance and related traits in Medicago truncatula. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 126(9): 2353-2366. 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. (2013). Natural diversity in the model legume Medicago truncatula allows identifying distinct genetic mechanisms conferring partial resistance to Verticillium wilt. Journal of Experimental Botany, 64(1): 317-332. DOI

Ben Tamarzizt H., Montarry J., Girardot G., Fakhfakh H., Tepfer M. & Jacquemond M. (2013). Cucumber mosaic virus populations in Tunisian pepper crops are mainly composed of virus reassortants with resistance-breaking properties. Plant Pathology, 62(6): 1415-1428. DOI

Bonhomme M., André O., Badis Y., Ronfort J., Burgarella C., Chantret N., Prosperi J.M., Briskine R., Mudge J., Debéllé F., Navier H., Miteul H., Hajri A., Baranger A., Tiffin P., Dumas B., Pilet-Nayel M.L., Young N.D. & Jacquet C. (2013). High-density genome-wide association mapping implicates an F-box encoding gene in Medicago truncatula resistance to Aphanomyces euteiches. New phytologist, on line. DOI

Boucher A.C., Mimee B., Montarry J., Bardou-Valette S., Bélair G., Moffett P. & Grenier E. (2013). Genetic diversity of the golden potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis and determination of the origin of populations in Quebec, Canada. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 69(1): 75-82. DOI
Bousset L. & Chèvre A.M. (2013). Stable epidemic control in crops based on evolutionary principles: Adjusting the metapopulation concept to agro-ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 165: 118-129. DOI

Brown J.K.M., Andrivon D., Collinge D.B. & Nicholson P. (2013). Fitness costs and trade-offs in plant disease. Plant Pathology, 62 (Special Issue: Fitness Costs and Trade-offs in Plant–Parasite Interactions): 1. DOI
Calonnec A., Burie J.B., Langlais M., Guyader S., Saint-Jean S., Sache I. & Tivoli B. (2013). Impacts of plant growth and architecture on pathogen processes and their consequences for epidemic behaviour. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 135(3): 479-497. DOI

Carpentier J., Grenier E., Esquibet M., Hamel L.P., Moffett P., Manzanares-Dauleux M. & Kerlan M.C. (2013). Evolution and variability of Solanum RanGAP2, a cofactor in the incompatible interaction between the resistance protein GPA2 and the Globodera pallida effector Gp-RBP-1. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13(1): 87. DOI

Castro-Quezada P., Aarrouf J., Claverie M., Favery B., Mugniéry D., Lefebvre V. & Caromel B. (2013). Identification of Reference Genes for Normalizing RNA Expression in Potato Roots Infected with Cyst Nematodes. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter, 31(4): 936-945. DOI
Clement J.A.J., Baldwin T.K., Magalon H., Glais I., Gracianne C., Andrivon D. & Jacquot E. (2013). Specific detection and quantification of virulent/avirulent Phytophthora infestansisolates using a real-time PCR assay that targets polymorphisms of the Avr3a gene. Letters in Applied Microbiology, 56(5): 322-332. DOI

Daval S., Lebreton L., Gracianne C., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y., Boutin M., Marchi M., Gazengel K. & Sarniguet A. (2013). Strain-specific variation in a soilborne phytopathogenic fungus for the expression of genes involved in pH signal transduction pathway, pathogenesis and saprophytic survival in response to environmental pH changes. Fungal Genetics and Biology, 61: 80-89 DOI
Delourme R., Falentin C., Fomeju B., Boillot M., Lassalle G., Andre I., Duarte J., Gauthier V., Lucante N., Marty A., Pauchon M., Pichon J.P., Ribiere N., Trotoux G., Blanchard P., Riviere N., Martinant J.P. & Pauquet J. (2013). High-density SNP-based genetic map development and linkage disequilibrium assessment in Brassica napus L. Bmc genomics, 14(1): 120. DOI

des Essarts Y.R., Sabbah M., Comte A., Soulere L., Queneau Y., Dessaux Y., Helias V. & Faure D. (2013). N,N '-alkylated Imidazolium-Derivatives Act as Quorum-Sensing Inhibitors Targeting the Pectobacterium atrosepticum-Induced Symptoms on Potato Tubers. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 14(10): 19976-19986. DOI

Esnault F., Solano J., Perretant M.R., Hervé M., Label A., Pellé R., Dantec J.P., Boutet G., Brabant P. & Chauvin J.E. (2013). Genetic diversity analysis of a potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) collection including Chiloé Island landraces and a large panel of worldwide cultivars. Plant Genetic Resources, on line. DOI
Fournet S., Kerlan M.C., Renault L., Dantec J.P., Rouaux C. & Montarry J. (2013). Selection of nematodes by resistant plants has implications for local adaptation and cross-virulence. Plant Pathology, 62(1): 184-193. DOI

Gazengel K., Lebreton L., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y., Marchi M., Sarniguet A. & Daval S. (2013). Simultaneaous monitoring of two fungal genotypes on plant roots by single nucleotide polymorphism quantification with an innovative KASPar quantitative PCR. Mycological Progress, 12(4): 657-666. DOI

Gosme M., Lebreton L., Sarniguet A., Lucas P., Gilligan C.A. & Bailey D.J. (2013). A new model for the pathozone of the take-all pathogen, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici. Annals of Applied Biology, 163(3): 359-366. DOI

Hamon C., Coyne C.J., McGee R.J., Lesne A., Esnault R., Mangin P., Herve M., Le Goff I., Deniot G., Roux-Duparque M., Morin G., McPhee K.E., Delourme R., Baranger A. & Pilet-Nayel M.L. (2013). QTL meta-analysis provides a comprehensive view of loci controlling partial resistance to Aphanomyces euteiches in four sources of resistance in pea. Bmc plant biology, 13(1): 45. DOI
Jubault M., Lariagon C., Taconnat L., Renou J.P., Gravot A., Delourme R. & Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. (2013). Partial resistance to clubroot in Arabidopsis is based on changes in the host primary metabolism and targeted cell division and expansion capacity. Functional & Integrative Genomics, on line: 1-15. DOI

Koen E., Besson-Bard A., Duc C., Astier J., Gravot A., Richaud P., Lamotte O., Boucherez J., Gaymard F. & Wendehenne D. (2013). Arabidopsis thaliana nicotianamine synthase 4 is required for proper response to iron deficiency and to cadmium exposure. Plant Science, 209: 1-11. DOI

Legrand S., Marque G., Blassiau C., Bluteau A., Canoy A.S., Fontaine V., Jaminon O., Bahrman N., Mautord J., Morin J., Petit A., Baranger A., Riviere N., Wilmer J., Delbreil B. & Lejeune-Henaut I. (2013). Combining gene expression and genetic analyses to identify candidate genes involved in cold responses in pea. Journal of plant physiology, 170(13): 1148-1157. DOI
Marchi M., Boutin M., Gazengel K., Rispe C., Gauthier J.P., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y., Lebreton L., Barret M., Daval S. & Sarniguet A. (2013). Genomic analysis of the biocontrol strain Pseudomonas fluorescens Pf29Arp with evidence of T3SS and T6SS gene expression on plant roots. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 5(3): 393-403. DOI

Marhadour S., Pellé R., Abiven J.M., Aurousseau F., Dubreuil H., Le Hingrat Y. & Chauvin J.E. (2013). Disease Progress Curve Parameters Help to Characterise the Types of Resistance to Late Blight Segregating in Cultivated Potato. Potato Research, 56(2): 99-114. DOI
Moussart A., Even M.N., Lesné A. & Tivoli B. (2013). Successive legumes tested in a greenhouse crop rotation experiment modify the inoculum potential of soils naturally infested by Aphanomyces euteiches. Plant Pathology, 62(3): 545-551. DOI

N'Guessan C.A., Brisse S., Le Roux-Nio A.C., Poussier S., Kone D. & Wicker E. (2013). Development of variable number of tandem repeats typing schemes for Ralstonia solanacearum, the agent of bacterial wilt, banana Moko disease and potato brown rot. Journal of Microbiological Methods, 92(3): 366-374. DOI
Quenouille J., Montarry J., Palloix A. & Moury B. (2013). Farther, slower, stronger: how the plant genetic background protects a major resistance gene from breakdown. Molecular Plant Pathology, 14(2): 109-118. DOI

Richard B., Bussière F., Langrume C., Rouault F., Jumel S., Faivre R. & Tivoli B. (2013). Effect of pea canopy architecture on microclimate and consequences on ascochyta blight infection under field conditions. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 135(3): 509-524. DOI

Saubeau G., Goulitquer S., Barloy D., Potin P., Andrivon D. & Val F. (2013). Differential induction of oxylipin pathway in potato and tobacco cells by bacterial and oomycete elicitors. Plant Cell Reports, 32(5): 579-589. DOI

Techer C., Salmain M., Tranquet O., Echasserieau V., Le Moigne V., Hennekinne J.A., Gautier M. & Val F. (2013). Detection and quantification of staphylococcal enterotoxin A in foods with specific and sensitive polyclonal antibodies. Food Control, 32(1): 255-261. DOI
Tivoli B., Andrivon D., Baranger A., Calonnec A. & Jeger M. (2013). Foreword: plant and canopy architecture impact on disease epidemiology and pest development. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 135(3): 453-454. DOI

Tivoli B., Calonnec A., Richard B., Ney B. & Andrivon D. (2013). Current knowledge on plant/canopy architectural traits that reduce the expression and development of epidemics. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 135(3): 471-478. DOI