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Articles 2015

Articles published in 2015

Bousset L., Jumel S., Garreta V., Picault H. & Soubeyrand S. (2015). Transmission of Leptosphaeria maculans from a cropping season to the following one. Annals of Applied Biology, 166(3):530–543. DOI

Cigna J., Raoul des Essarts Y., Mondy S., Hélias V., Beury-Cirou A. & Faure D. (2015). Draft Genome Sequences of Pseudomonas fluorescens Strains PA4C2 and PA3G8 and Pseudomonas putida PA14H7, Three Biocontrol Bacteria against Dickeya Phytopathogens. Genome Announcements, 3(1). DOI

Coyne C.J., Pilet-Nayel M.L., McGee R.J., Porter L.D., Smýkal P. & Grünwald N.J. (2015). Identification of QTL controlling high levels of partial resistance to Fusarium solani f. sp. pisi in pea. Plant Breeding, on line. DOI

Deberdt P., Gozé E., Coranson-Beaudu R., Perrin B., Fernandes P., Lucas P. & Ratnadass A. (2015). 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, 163(5): 377-385. DOI

Deveau A., Barret M., Diedhiou A.G., Leveau J., de Boer W., Martin F., Sarniguet A. & Frey-Klett P. (2015). Pairwise Transcriptomic Analysis of the Interactions Between the Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Laccaria bicolor S238N and Three Beneficial, Neutral and Antagonistic Soil Bacteria. Microbial Ecology, 69(1): 146-159. DOI

Fopa Fomeju B., Falentin C., Lassalle G., Manzanares-Dauleux M. J. & Delourme R. (2015). Comparative genomic analysis of duplicated homoeologous regions involved in the resistance of Brassica napus to stem canker. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6: 772. DOI

Hawliczek-Strulak A., Bartoszewski G., Slomnicka R., Korzeniewska A., Delourme R., Bartkowiak-Broda I. & Niemirowicz-Szczytt K. (2015). PPR-B-31: a new maintainer allele in the male-fertility restorer gene of radish (Raphanus sativus) Ogura cytoplasm. Plant Breeding, 134(5): 557-563. DOI

Hervé M.R., Garcia N., Trabalon M., Le Ralec A., Delourme R. & Cortesero A.M. (2015). Oviposition Behavior of the Pollen Beetle (Meligethes aeneus): A Functional Study. Journal of Insect Behavior, 28(2): 107-119. DOI

Jestin C., Bardol N., Lodé M., Duffé P., Domin C., Vallee P., Mangin B., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. & Delourme R. (2015). Connected populations for detecting quantitative resistance factors to Phoma stem canker in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Molecular Breeding, Accepté. DOI

Kettani-Halabi M., Tran D., Dauphin A., El-Maarouf-Bouteau H., Errakhi R., Arbelet-Bonnin D., Biligui B., Val F., Mustapha E.M. & Bouteau F. (2015). Deciphering the dual effect of lipopolysaccharides from plant pathogenic Pectobacterium. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 10(3). DOI

Khayi S., Blin P., Pedron J., Chong T. M., Chan K. G., Moumni M., Helias V., Van Gijsegem F. & Faure D. (2015). Population genomics reveals additive and replacing horizontal gene transfers in the emerging pathogen Dickeya solani. BMC Genomics, 16: e788. DOI

Khayi S., Raoul des Essarts Y., Mondy S., Moumni M., Hélias V., Beury-Cirou A. & Faure D. (2015). Draft Genome Sequences of the Three Pectobacterium-Antagonistic Bacteria Pseudomonas brassicacearum PP1-210F and PA1G7 and Bacillus simplex BA2H3. Genome Announcements, 3(1). DOI

Khayi S., Raoul des Essarts Y., Quêtu-Laurent A., Moumni M., Hélias V. & Faure D. (2015). Genomic overview of the phytopathogen Pectobacterium wasabiae strain RNS 08.42.1A suggests horizontal acquisition of quorum-sensing genes. Genetica, 143(2): 241-252. DOI

Lavaud C., Lesné A., Piriou C., Le Roy G., Boutet G., Moussart A., Poncet C., Delourme R., Baranger A. & Pilet-Nayel M.L. (2015). Validation of QTL for resistance to Aphanomyces euteiches in different pea genetic backgrounds using near-isogenic lines. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, On line: 1-16. DOI

Lemanceau P., Maron P.A., Mazurier S., Mougel C., Pivato B., Plassart P., Ranjard L., Revellin C., Tardy V. & Wipf D. (2015). Understanding and managing soil biodiversity: a major challenge in agroecology. Agronomy for sustainable development, 35(1): 67-81. DOI

Lemarié S., Robert-Seilaniantz A., Lariagon C., Lemoine J., Marnet N., Jubault M., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. & Gravot A. (2015). Both the Jasmonic Acid and the Salicylic Acid pathways contribute to resistance to the biotrophic clubroot agent Plasmodiophora brassicae in Arabidopsis. Plant and Cell Physiology, 56(11): 2158-2168. DOI

Lemarié S., Robert-Seilaniantz A., Lariagon C., Lemoine J., Marnet N., Levrel A., Jubault M., Manzanares-Dauleux M.J. & Gravot A. (2015). Camalexin contributes to the partial resistance of Arabidopsis thaliana to the biotrophic soilborne protist Plasmodiophora brassicae. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6:e539. DOI

Mille B. & Savary S. (2015). Effet de la profondeur d’enfouissement d’un amendement de moutarde brune sur le développement du piétin échaudage du blé. Biotechnologie Agronomie Société Environnement, 19(4): 378-381.

Montarry J., Jan P.L., Gracianne C., Overall A.D.J., Bardou-Valette S., Olivier E., Fournet S., Grenier E. & Petit E.J. (2015). Heterozygote deficits in cyst plant-parasitic nematodes: possible causes and consequences. Molecular Ecology, 24(8): 1654-1677. DOI

Soubeyrand S., Sache I., Hamelin F.M. & Klein E.K. (2015). Evolution of dispersal in asexual populations: to be independent, clumped or grouped? Evolutionary Ecology, 29(6): 947-963.

Tayeh N., Aluome C., Falque M., Jacquin F., Klein A., Chauveau A., Bérard A., Houtin H., Rond C., Kreplak J., Boucherot K., Martin C., Baranger A., Pilet-Nayel M. L., Warkentin T. D., Brunel D., Marget P., Le Paslier M. C., Aubert G. & Burstin J. (2015). Development of two major resources for pea genomics: the GenoPea 13.2K SNP Array and a high density, high resolution consensus genetic map. The Plant Journal, 84(6): 1257–1273 DOI

Tayeh N., Aubert G., Pilet-Nayel M. L., Lejeune-Hénaut I., Warkentin T. D. & Burstin J. (2015). Genomic tools in pea breeding programs: status and perspectives. [Mini Review]. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6: 1037. DOI

Uricaru R., Rizk G., Lacroix V., Quillery E., Plantard O., Chikhi R., Lemaitre C. & Peterlongo P. (2015). Reference-free detection of isolated SNPs. Nucleic Acids Research, 43(2): e11. DOI