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Articles 2014

Articles published in 2014

Alenda C., Montarry J. & Grenier E. (2014). Human influence on the dispersal and genetic structure of French Globodera tabacum populations. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 27(0): 309-317. DOI

Azzimonti G., Marcel T.C., Robert O., Paillard S., Lannou C. & Goyeau H. (2014). Diversity, specificity and impacts on field epidemics of QTLs involved in components of quantitative resistance in the wheat leaf rust pathosystem. Molecular breeding, 34(2): 549-567. DOI

Bernhard P. & Hamelin F.M. (2014). Simple signaling games of sexual selection (Grafen’s revisited). Journal of Mathematical Biology, 69(6-7): 1719-1742. 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. (2014). High-density genome-wide association mapping implicates an F-box encoding gene in Medicago truncatula resistance to Aphanomyces euteiches. New phytologist, 201(4): 1328-1342. DOI

Bouchek-Mechiche K. & Wale S. (2014). Understanding and Diagnosing Potato Tuber Blemishes: a New Website. Potato Research, on line. DOI

Bousset L., Pointier J.P., David P. & Jarne P. (2014). Neither variation loss, nor change in selfing rate is associated with the worldwide invasion of Physa acuta from its native North America. Biological Invasions, 16(8): 1769-1783. DOI

Buisson A., Chabert A., Ruck L. & Fournet S. (2014). Nematodes associated with damage in oilseed rape: new data on the biology and geographical distribution of Meloidogyne artiellia. Nematology, 16(2): 201-206. DOI

Calcagno V., Grognard F., Hamelin F.M., Wajnberg E. & Mailleret L. (2014). The functional response predicts the effect of resource distribution on the optimal movement rate of consumers. Ecology Letters, 17(12): 1570-1579. DOI

Castel M., Mailleret L., Andrivon D., Ravigné V. & Hamelin F.M. (2014). Allee Effects and the Evolution of Polymorphism in Cyclic Parthenogens. The American Naturalist, 183(3): E75-E88. DOI

Chalhoub B., Denoeud F., Liu S., Parkin I.A.P., Tang H.B., Wang X.X., Chiquet J., Belcram H., Tong C., Samans B., Corréa M., Da Silva C., Just J., Falentin C., Koh C.S., Le Clainche I., Bernard M., Bento P., Noel B., Labadie K., Alberti A., Charles M., Arnaud D., Guo H., Daviaud C., Alamery S., Jabbari K., Zhao M., Edger P.P., Chelaifa H., Tack D., Lassalle G., Mestiri I., Schnel N., Le Paslier M.C., Fan G., Renault V., Bayer P.E., Golicz A.A., Manoli S., Lee T.H., Thi V.H.C., Chalabi S., Hu Q., Fan C., Tollenaere R., Lu Y., Battail C., Shen J., Sidebottom C.H.D., Wang X.X., Canaguier A., Chauveau A., Bérard A., Deniot G., Guan M., Liu Z., Sun F., Lim Y.P., Lyons E., Town C.D., Bancroft I., Wang X.X., Meng J., Ma J., Pires J.C., King G.J., Brunel D., Delourme R., Renard M., Aury J.M., Adams K.L., Batley J., Snowdon R.J., Tost J., Edwards D., Zhou Y., Hua W., Sharpe A.G., Paterson A.H., Guan C. & Wincker P. (2014). Early allopolyploid evolution in the post-Neolithic Brassica napus oilseed genome. Science, 345(6199): 950-953. DOI

Collange B., Navarrete M., Montfort F., Mateille T., Tavoillot J., Martiny B. & Tchamitchian M. (2014). Alternative cropping systems can have contrasting effects on various soil-borne diseases: Relevance of a systemic analysis in vegetable cropping systems. Crop Protection, 55(0): 7-15. DOI

Deberdt P., Gozé E., Coranson-Beaudu R., Perrin B., Fernandes P., Lucas P. & Ratnadass A. (2014). Crotalaria spectabilis and Raphanus sativus as Previous Crops Show Promise for the Control of Bacterial Wilt of Tomato Without Reducing Bacterial Populations. Journal of Phytopathology, on line. DOI

Delourme R., Bousset L., Ermel M., Duffé P., Besnard A.L., Marquer B., Fudal I., Linglin J., Chadœuf J. & Brun H. (2014). Quantitative resistance affects the speed of frequency increase but not the diversity of the virulence alleles overcoming a major resistance gene to Leptosphaeria maculans in oilseed rape. Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 27: 490-499. DOI

Duarte J., Riviere N., Baranger A., Aubert G., Burstin J., Cornet L., Lavaud C., Lejeune-Henaut I., Martinant J.P., Pichon J.P., Pilet-Nayel M.L. & Boutet G. (2014). Transcriptome sequencing for high throughput SNP development and genetic mapping in Pea. Bmc genomics, 15(1): 126. DOI

Esnault F., Solano J., Perretant M., Hervé M., Label A., Pellé R., Dantec J.P., Boutet G., Brabant P. & Chauvin J.E. (2014). Genetic diversity analysis of a potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) collection including Chiloé Island landraces and a large panel of worldwide cultivars. Plant Genetic Resources: Characterization and Utilization, 12(1): 74-82. DOI

Fopa Fomeju B., Falentin C., Lassalle G., Manzanares-Dauleux M. & Delourme R. (2014). Homoeologous duplicated regions are involved in quantitative resistance of Brassica napus to stem canker. Bmc genomics, 15(498). DOI

Gamel S., Huchet E., Le Roux-Nio A.C. & Anthoine G. (2014). Assessment of PCR-based tools for the specific identification of some temperate Meloidogyne species including M-chitwoodi, M-fallax and M. minor. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 138(4): 807-817. DOI

Gangneux C., Cannesan M.A., Bressan M., Castel L., Moussart A., Vicre-Gibouin M., Driouich A., Trinsoutrot-Gattin I. & Laval K. (2014). A Sensitive Assay for Rapid Detection and Quantification of Aphanomyces euteiches in Soil. Phytopathology, 104(10): 1138-1147. DOI

Glais I., Montarry J., Corbière R., Pasco C., Marquer B., Magalon H. & Andrivon D. (2014). Long-distance gene flow outweighs a century of local selection and prevents local adaptation in the Irish famine pathogen Phytophthora infestans. Evolutionary Applications, 7(4): 442-452. DOI

Gracianne C., Petit E.J., Arnaud J.F., Porte C., Renault L., Fouville D., Rouaux C. & Fournet S. (2014). Spatial distribution and basic ecology of Heterodera schachtii and H. betae wild populations developing on sea beet, Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima Nematology, 16(7): 797-805. DOI

Hervé M.R., Delourme R., Gravot A., Marnet N., Berardocco S. & Cortesero A.M. (2014). Manipulating Feeding Stimulation to Protect Crops Against Insect Pests? Journal of Chemical Ecology, 40(11-12): 1220-1231. DOI

Hervé M.R., Delourme R., Leclair M., Marnet N. & Cortesero A.M. (2014). How oilseed rape (Brassica napus) genotype influences pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus) oviposition. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 8(5): 393-392. DOI

Khayi S., Mondy S., Beury-Cirou A., Moumni M., Hélias V. & Faure D. (2014). Genome Sequence of the Emerging Plant Pathogen Dickeya solani Strain RNS 08.23.3.1A. Genome Announcements, 2(1): e01270-01213. DOI

Klein A., Houtin H., Rond C., Marget P., Jacquin F., Boucherot K., Huart M., Rivière N., Boutet G., Lejeune-Hénaut I. & Burstin J. (2014). QTL analysis of frost damage in pea suggests different mechanisms involved in frost tolerance. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 127(6): 1349-1330. DOI

Le May C., Guibert M., Baranger A. & Tivoli B. (2014). A wide range of cultivated legume species act as alternative hosts for the pea aschochyta blight fungus, Didymella pinodes. Plant Pathology, 63(4): 877-887. DOI

Lebreton L., Daval S., Guillerm-Erckelboudt A.Y., Gracianne C., Gazengel K. & Sarniguet A. (2014). Sensitivity to pH and ability to modify ambient pH of the take-all fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici. Plant Pathology, 63(1): 117-128. DOI

Leclerc M., Doré T., Gilligan C.A., Lucas P. & Filipe J.A.N. (2014). Estimating the Delay between Host Infection and Disease (Incubation Period) and Assessing Its Significance to the Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. PLoS ONE, 9(1): e86568. DOI

Leys M., Petit E.J., El-Bahloul Y., Liso C., Fournet S. & Arnaud J.F. (2014). Spatial genetic structure in Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima and Beta macrocarpa reveals the effect of contrasting mating system, influence of marine currents, and footprints of postglacial recolonization routes. Ecology and Evolution, 4(10): 1828-1852. DOI

Mouttet R., Escobar-Gutiérrez A., Esquibet M., Gentzbittel L., Mugniéry D., Reignault P., Sarniguet C. & Castagnone-Sereno P. (2014). Banning of methyl bromide for seed treatment: could Ditylenchus dipsaci again become a major threat to alfalfa production in Europe? Pest Management Science, 70(7): 1017-1022. DOI

Saubeau G., Gaillard F., Legentil L., Nugier-Chauvin C., Ferrières V., Andrivon D. & Val F. (2014). Identification of Three Elicitins and a Galactan-Based Complex Polysaccharide from a Concentrated Culture Filtrate of Phytophthora infestans Efficient against Pectobacterium atrosepticum. Molecules, 19(10): 15374-15390. DOI

Sorensen C.K., Hovmoller M.S., Leconte M., Dedryver F. & de Vallavieille-Pope C. (2014). New Races of Puccinia striiformis Found in Europe Reveal Race Specificity of Long-Term Effective Adult Plant Resistance in Wheat. Phytopathology, 104(10): 1042-1051. DOI

van der Wolf J.M., Nijhuis E.H., Kowalewska M.J., Saddler G.S., Parkinson N., Elphinstone J.G., Pritchard L., Toth I.K., Lojkowska E., Potrykus M., Waleron M., de Vos P., Cleenwerck I., Pirhonen M., Garlant L., Hélias V., Pothier J.F., Pflüger V., Duffy B., Tsror L. & Manulis S. (2014). Dickeya solani sp. nov., a pectinolytic plant pathogenic bacterium isolated from potato (Solanum tuberosum). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 64(3): 768-774. DOI