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  • Caromel, B., L. Chauvin, et al. (2009). GpaV gene resistant to nematodes in the Nightshade family[M1] .

The GpaV gene provides resistance to nematodes in plants belonging to the Nightshade family, and in particular to potatoes (Solanum tuberosum and Solanum phureja). For more details.

  • Poëssel, J. L., M. H. Collet, et al. (2008). Method for preparing dicaffeoylquinic acids and use thereof in combating aphids[M2] . FRA 2008 - EU 2009: 32. 

Method for preparing 3, 5-dicaffeoylquinic acid and certain of its derivatives and its use in the preparation of phytosanitary products. Process control against aphids using 3, 5-dicaffeoylquinic acid. Poessel_2008_1015-09095624.pdf

  • Bendahmane, A., A. Boualem, et al. (2008). Combination of two genetic elements to control the floral development of a dicotyledonous plant, and use in detection and selection methods.

               The present invention relates to a combination of two genetic elements for the control of floral development of a dicotyledonous plant, said combination comprising of, respectively: - a first genetic control element (A/a) present in a dicotyledonous plant, as a dominant allele (a), and a recessive allele (a), and - a second genetic control element (G/g) present in a dicotyledonous plant, in the form of a dominant allele (G), and a recessive allele (g), provided that at least the second genetic control element has been artificially introduced into said dicotyledonous plant. The above combination is used to control and/or change the sex of the flowers of flowering plants.

  • Bendahmane, A., A. Boualem, et al. (2007). Genetic system to control the development of a dicotyledonous plant, and us in detection and selection methods FRA 2007 - WO 2009: 59.

The present invention relates to a genetic system for the control of floral development of a dicotyledonous plant, said system comprising the combination of two genetic control elements, respectively: - a first genetic control element (A/a) present in a dicotyledonous plant, in the form of a dominant allele (A), and a recessive allele (a), and- a second genetic control element (G/g) present in a dicotyledonous plant, in the form of a dominant allele (G), and a recessive allele (g), it being understood that at least one of the first and second genetic control elements has been artificially introduced into said dicotyledonous plant. The above system allows controlling and/or changing the sex of the flowers of flowering plants.

  • Dogimont, C., A. Bendahmane, et al. (2007). Gene resistant to Aphis gossypii. FRA-2004, USA-2009: 31 + Annexes.
  • Caranta, C., S. Ruffel, et al. (2004). The process of selection or obtaining plants that is resistant to PVMV. FRA.
  • Caranta, C., S. Ruffel, et al. (2002). Mutations of the eIF4E gene and potyvirus resistance. FRA.       

 [M1]https://data.epo.org/gpi/EP2519638A2-GPAV-GENE-RESISTANT-TO-NEMATODES-IN-THE-NIGHTSHADE-FAMILY

 [M2]http://brevets-patents.ic.gc.ca/opic-cipo/cpd/eng/patent/2712645/summary.html