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Research engineer

INRA - Dalmon Anne

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Biology and Protection of the bee


UR 406 Abeilles et Environnement

Site Agroparc, Domaine Saint-Paul

84914 AVIGNON Cedex 9, France

Tel: +33 (0) ou +33 (0)


Work experience

Since 2013

INRA, Bee and Environment research unit


INRA, IT department


Direction régionale de l’alimentation, de l’agriculture et de la forêt


Thesis co-supervised INRA – CIRAD - Montpellier/Avignon, France : Biological and molecular characterization of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus and genetic diversity of the whitefly vector, Bemisia tabaci (contributing to EU project BemisiaRisk).


Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt, Laboratoire National de la Protection des Végétaux (L.N.P.V. , now ANSES) - Plant virology Unit


Groupement Régional d’Intérêt Scientifique et Phytosanitaire

Research topics

  •  Honey bees, wild bees
  •  Viruses
  •  Deformed wing virus, DWV
  •  Insect pathology
  • Virus / stress, virus / pesticides interactions
  •  Molecular biology


After several years of applied research on plant viruses and a thesis aimed at characterizing new emerging viruses and their vector populations, I joined the Bees and Environment unit at the end of 2013 to study how viruses contribute to the decline of bees.
I am particularly interested in the genetic diversity of these viruses and the associated biological properties, with the aim of characterizing the pathogenicity of the strains (pathotypes). I look for tools to measure the virulence and monitor the health of the colonies. I study the evolution of these strains over time, depending on the environment and populations of honey bees (honey bees or wild bees).
My research activities also include various stresses potentially interacting with viruses (climatic conditions, pesticides).
I am also involved in research into control methods to prevent or limit the impact of these pathogens on colonies.
I use both an experimental approach (tests in controlled conditions or in the field) and at the scale of the landscape (sampling in apiaries). I rely on molecular biology techniques (quantitative PCR, sequencing, phylogeny, RNAseq), breeding and experimental infections, and real-time and remote monitoring technologies for the activity and development of Colonies.


  1. Lett, J. M., et al. (2015). "Tomato chlorotic mottle Guyane virus: a novel tomato-infecting bipartite begomovirus from French Guiana." Arch Virol.pp 1-4
  2. Dalmon, A., et al. (2014). Temperature effects on Deformed wing virus (DWV) titers in adult honey bees. Eurbee, Murcia (SP).
  3. Dalmon, A., et al. (2008). "Comparative whitefly transmission of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus from single or mixed infections." Plant Pathology58(2): 221–227.
  4. Jacquemond, M., et al. (2008). "Serological and molecular detection of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus in tomato." Plant Pathology 58(2): 210–220.
  5. Dalmon, A., et al. (2008). "Genetic diversity structure of the agricultural pest Bemisia tabaci at a boundary development area: does protected crops matter?" Heredity 100, 316–325
  6. Urbino, C. and A. Dalmon (2007). "Occurrence of tomato yellow leaf curl virus in tomato in Martinique, lesser antilles." Plant Disease91(8): 1058.
  7. Dalmon, A., et al. (2006). Limited but persistent genetic differenciation among biotype Q of Bemisia tabaci, the only biotype detected in protected crops in Southern France. 4th International Bemisia workshop, Duck Key, Florida (US), University of Florida, USDA.
  8. Dalmon, A., et al. (2005). "First report of Tomato chlorosis virus and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus in tomato crops in France." Plant Disease89(11): 1243.
  9. Delatte, H., et al. (2003). "Tomato yellow leaf curl virus can be acquired and transmitted by Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) from tomato fruit." Plant Disease87(11): 1297-1300.
  10. Dalmon, A., et al. (2000). "Comparison of serological and molecular techniques for detection of Tomato yellow leaf curl begomovirus." Bulletin OEPP30(3/4).

Presentations at congresses:

  • UIEIS, International Union for the Study of Social Insects, IUSS
    (Tours, France, 2015/08/26-28)
  • Eurbee (Murcia, Spain, 2014/09/07-08)
  • COLOSS (Murcia, Spain, 2014/09/09-11)
  • Journées de la recherche apicole (Paris, France, 2014/02/05-06) 
    • euroCRIS Meeting (Lille, France, 2011/11/2-3)
    • Bemisia Workshop (USA, Florida, 2006)


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