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Books and book's chapters (2010-2021)

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Bamford, D.H., Zuckerman M. (2021). Encyclopedia of Virology (Fourth Edition), Vol. 3 Viruses as infectious agents: plant viruses. Academic Press, Oxford, GBR.
  • Desbiez, C., Lecoq, H. Papaya ringspot virus (Potyviridae). p. 520-527.
  • Desbiez, C., Lecoq, H. Watermelon mosaic virus and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (Potyviridae). p. 862-870.
  • Glais, L., Moury, B. Potato virus Y (Potyviridae). p. 612-622.
  • Hirsch, J., Moury, B. Cucumber mosaic Virus (Bromoviridae). p. 371-382.
    • In : Bamford, D.H., Zuckerman M. (2021). Encyclopedia of Virology (Fourth Edition), Vol. 3 Viruses as infectious agents: plant viruses. Academic Press, Oxford, GBR.
    • Editor website
Gullino, M.L., Albajes, R., Nicot, P.C., dir., (2020). Plant pathology in the 21st century. Integrated pest and disease management in greenhouse crops, Vol. 9, 691 p., Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, CHE.
  • Bardin M., Gullino M. L. Fungal diseases. p. 55-100
  • Bardin, M., Pugliese, M. (2020). Biocontrol agents against diseases. p. 385-407
  • Castañé C., van der Blom J., Nicot P.C. Tomatoes. p. 487-511
  • Marchand G., Nicot P.C., Albajes R., Carisse O. Epidemiology and population dynamics: Modelisation, monitoring and management. p. 195-230
  • Moriones, E., Verdin, E. Viral Diseases. p. 03-31
  • Van Lenteren, J., Nicot, P.C. Integrated pest management methods and considerations concerning implementation in greenhouses. p. 177-193
    • In: Gullino, M.L., Albajes, R., Nicot, P.C., dir., (2020). Plant pathology in the 21st century. Integrated pest and disease management in greenhouse crops, Vol. 9, 691 p., Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, CHE.
    • Editor website
Reference Module in Life Sciences, Elsevier Inc. (2020)
  • Desbiez, C., Lecoq, H. Papaya ringspot virus (Potyviridae). p. 1-8
  • Desbiez, C., Lecoq, H. Watermelon mosaic virus and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (Potyviridae). p. 1-9
  • Glais, L., Moury, B. Potato virus Y (Potyviridae). p. 1-11
  • Hirsch, J., Moury, B. Cucumber mosaic Virus (Bromoviridae). p. 1-12
    • In : Reference Module in Life Sciences, Elsevier Inc. (2020)
    • Editor website
John T. Van Stan II, Ethan Gutmann, Jan Friesen, 2020. Precipitation partitioning by vegetation. A global synthesis. Cham, CHE : Springer Nature Switzerland AG. 295 p.
  • Van Stan II, J. T., Morris, C. E., Aung, K., Kuzyakov, Y., Magyar, D., Rebollar, E. A., Remus-Emsermann, M., Uroz, S., Vandenkoornhuyse, P. (2020). Precipitation partitioning-Hydrologic highways between microbial communities of the plant microbiome ? p. 229-252
    • In: John T. Van Stan II, Ethan Gutmann, Jan Friesen, Precipitation partitioning by vegetation. A global synthesis. Cham, CHE : Springer Nature Switzerland AG. 295 p. 
    • Editor website
Rubiales, D., Fernández-Aparicio, M., Vurro, M., Eizenberg, H., Advances in parasitic weeds research. Lausanne, CHE : Frontiers Media. 334 p.
  • Nzioki, H. S., Oyosi, F., Morris, C. E., Kaya, E., Pilgeram, A. L., Baker, C. S., Sands, D. C. (2018). Striga biocontrol on a toothpick: a readily deployable and inexpensive method for smallholder farmers, p. 159-166
  • Fernandez-Aparicio Ruiz, M., Bernard, A., Falchetto, L., Marget, P., Chauvel, B., Steinberg, C., Morris C. E., Gibot-Leclerc, S., Boari, A., Vurro, M., Bohan, D., Sands, D. C., Reboud, X. (2018). Investigation of amino acids as herbicides for control of Orobanche minor parasitism in red clover, p. 167-178
    • In: Rubiales, D., Fernández-Aparicio, M., Vurro, M., Eizenberg, H., Advances in parasitic weeds research
    • Editor website
Working Group "Biological and Integrated Control of Plant Pathogens": Preceedings of the XV Meeting "Biocontrol products: From lab testing to product development" at Lleida (Catalonia, Spain), April 23-26, 2018.
  • Kohl, J., Bardin, M., Nicot, P. C.(2018). Working Group "Biological and Integrated Control of Plant Pathogens": Preceedings of the XV Meeting "Biocontrol products: From lab testing to product development" at Lleida (Catalonia, Spain), April 23-26, 2018. IOBC WPRS Bulletin, 133. Zurich, CHE : IOBC-WPRS. 215 p.
Potato virus Y: biodiversity, pathogenicity, epidemiology and management. Cham, CHE : Springer International Publishing AG. 261 p.
  • Moury, B., Simon, V., Faure, C., Svanella-Dumas, L., Marais-Colombel, A., Candresse, T. Host groups of Potato virus Y: vanishing barriers, p. 243-261.
    • In: Lacomme C., Glais, L., Bellstedt, D.U., Dupuis B.,  Karasev, A.V., Jacquot, E., (2017). Potato virus Y: biodiversity, pathogenicity, epidemiology and management. Cham, CHE : Springer International Publishing AG. 261 p.
    • Editor website
Microbiology of aerosols. Hoboken, USA : John Wiley & Sons. 292 p.
  • Morris, C. E., Sands, D. Impacts of microbial aerosols on natural and agro-ecosystems: Immigration, invasions, and their consequences, p. 269-279.
    • In: Delort, A.-M., Amato, P. (2017). Microbiology of aerosols. Hoboken, USA : John Wiley & Sons. 292 p.
    • Editor website
Botrytis – the fungus, the pathogen and its management in agricultural systems  2016, Fillinger, S., Elad, Y. (Eds), Switzerland : Springer International Publishing, 486 p.
  • Nicot, P. C., Stewart, A., Bardin, M., Elad, Y.,. Biological control and biopesticide suppression of Botrytis-incited diseases, p. 165-187.
    • In: Fillinger, S, Yigal, E. (2016). Botrytis – the fungus, the pathogen and its management in agricultural systems. Switzerland : Springer International Publishing.
    • Editor website
Environmental microbiology: fundamentals and applications  2015, Bertrand, J.C., Caumette, P., Lebaron,P., Matheron, R., Normand, P., Sime-Ngando, T., (Eds), The Netherlands : Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht 2015, 933 p.
  • Normand, P., Duran, R., Le Roux, X., Morris, C. E., Poggiale, J. C., .  Biodiversity and microbial ecosystems functioning, p. 261-291.
    • In: Bertrand, J.C., Caumette, P., Lebaron, P., Matheron, R., Normand, P., Sime-Ngando,T. (2015). Environmental microbiology: fundamentals and applications. Microbial ecology. The Netherlands : Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht.
    • Editor website
Aerosol science: Technology and applications, 2014. I.Colbeck, M. Lazaridis, (Eds), John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK, 474 p.
  • Morris, C.E., Leyronas, C., Nicot, P.C. Movements of bioaerosols in the atmosphere and the consequences for climate and microbial evolution, p. 393-415.
    • In : Colbeck, I., Lazaridis, M. (2014). Aerosol science : technology and applications. John Wiley & and Sons Ltd.  Chichester.
    • Editor website
Organic Farming, Prototype for Sustainable Agricultures, 2014. S. Bellon and S. Penvern (Eds.), Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 489 p.
  • Parisi, L., Jamar, L., Lateur, M., Laurens, F., Lauri, P.-E., . Adapting apple ideotypes for organic and low-input, competitive systems, p. 131-148. DOI : 10.1007/978-94-007-7927-3_7
    • In : Bellon, S. and Penvern, S. (2014). Organic Farming, Prototype for Sustainable Agricultures. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 489 p.
    • Editor website
Genomics of plant-associated bacteria, 2014. D. C. Gross, A. Lichens-Park, C. Kole (eds), Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, Germany, 278 p.
  • Vinatzer, B. A., Monteil, C.  Pseudomonas syringae genomics: from comparative genomics of individual crop pathogen strains toward population genomics, p. 79-98.
  • In : Gross, D.C., Lichens-Park, A., Kole, C. (2014). Genomics of plant-associated bacteria. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, Germany.
Advances in virus research
  • Lecoq, H., Katis, N.  Control of cucurbit viruses, p. 255-296.
    • In : Loebenstein, G., Katis, N. (2014). Control of Plant Virus Diseases - Seed-Propagated Crops. Advances in virus research, 90. Academic Press. Burlington, USA.
    • Site web de l'éditeur
Viruses and virus diseases of vegetables in the Mediterranean basin   2012, Loebenstein G. and Lecoq H. (Eds). Academic Press - Elsevier.  Amsterdam, Pays-Bas, 595 p.
  • Jacquemond, M., Cucumber mosaic virus, p. 439-504.
  • Lecoq, H. and Desbiez, C. Viruses of cucurbit crops in the Mediterranean region: an ever-changing picture, p. 67-126.
  • Moury, B. and Verdin, E. Viruses of pepper crops in the Mediterranean basin: a remarkable stasis, p. 127-162.
    • In : Loebenstein G. and Lecoq H. (2012). Viruses and virus diseases of vegetables in the Mediterranean basin. Advances in virus research, 84. Academic Press - Elsevier, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas.
    • Editor website
blancard-tomate
  • Blancard, D. (Ed), Laterrot, H., Marchoux, G., Candresse, T. (2012). Tomato diseases. Identification, Biology and Control: A colour handbook. Second Edition.Manson publishing, Versailles, France, 688 p.

 

Recent advances in plant virology  2011, Caranta, C., Aranda, C.M., Tepfer, T. and . Lopez-Moya J.J (Eds). Caister Academic Press, 470 p.
  • Moury, B., Fereres, A., García-Arenal, F. and Lecoq, H. Sustainable management of plant resistance to viruses, p. 219-236.
    • In : Caranta, C., Aranda, C.M., Tepfer, T. and . Lopez-Moya J.J (2011). Recent advances in plant virology. Caister Academic Press, Norwich, UK.
    • Editor website

 

Classical and augmentative biological control against diseases and pests: critical status analysis and review of factors influencing their success. 2011, Nicot, P. C. (Ed). IOBC Editions, 194 p.
  • Nicot, P.C.,Bardin, M.,  Alabouvette, C., Köhl, J., and  Ruocco, M.. Potential of biological control based on published research. 1. Protection against plant pathogens of selected crops, p.  1-11.
  • Blum, B., Nicot, P.C., Kohl, J., and Ruocco, M. Identified difficulties and conditions for field success of biocontrol. 3. Economic aspects: cost analysis, p. 58-61.
  • Blum, B., Nicot, P.C., Kohl, J., and Ruocco, M. Identified difficulties and conditions for field success of biocontrol. 4. Socio-economic aspects: market analysis and outlook, p. 62-67.
  • Nicot, P.C., Blum, B., Kohl, J., and Ruocco, M. Perspectives for future research-and-development projects on biological control of plant pests and diseases, p. 68-70.
    • In : Nicot, P. C. (2011). Classical and augmentative biological control against diseases and pests: critical status analysis and review of factors influencing their success. IOBC Editions, Zürich, Suisse, 194 p.
    • Editor website

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