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Peer-reviewed publications 2022

  • All the scientific production on line in the open archive of INRAE institute, HAL INRAE database. Records can be accessed through a search based on a range of different topics.
  • The authors with names in bold belong or belonged to the plant pathology research unit. See the page "Contact us" for informations about the authors.
  • Certains documents sont en accès libre sous leur version dite "post-print" (version acceptée par l'éditeur de la revue sans mise en forme de la revue) dans l’archive ouverte d'INRAE, HAL INRAE.
  • Les auteurs de l'unité sont mentionnés en gras. Si vous souhaitez obtenir leurs articles, consulter la rubrique "Nous contacter".


Easterday, C.A., Kendig, A.E., Lacroix, C., Seabloom, E.W., Borer, E.T. (2022). Long‐term nitrogen enrichment mediates the effects of nitrogen supply and co‐inoculation on a viral pathogen. Ecology and Evolution 12, e8450. DOI:10.1002/ece3.8450 HAL INRAE-03529875

Emygdio, A.P.M., Degobbi, C., Carotenuto, F., Castro e Silva, D.d.M., Quintino, T.B., Zanetti, R.H.d.S., Mantoani, M., Boschilia, S.M., Guerra, L.C.C., da Silva Dias, P.L., Morris, C.E., Gonçalves, F.L.T. (2022). Bioaerosol vertical fungal spores profile in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Aerobiologia, 38, 85-10. DOI:10.1007/s10453-021-09736-1 HAL INRAE-03563153

Foughalia, A., Bouaoud, Y., Chandeysson, C., Djedidi, M., Tahirine, M., Aissat, K., Nicot, P.C. (2022). Acinetobacter calcoaceticus SJ19 and Bacillus safensis SJ4, two Algerian rhizobacteria protecting tomato plants against Botrytis cinerea and promoting their growth. Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 32, 12. DOI:10.1186/s41938-022-00511-z HAL INRAE-03583680

Morris, C.E., Géniaux, G., Nédellec, C., Sauvion, N., Soubeyrand, S. (2022). One Health concepts and challenges for surveillance, forecasting and mitigation of plant disease beyond the traditional scope of crop production. Plant Pathology, 71, 86-97. DOI:10.1111/ppa.13446 HAL INRAE-03154445

Morris, C.E., Ramirez, N., Berge, O., Lacroix, C., Monteil, C., Chandeysson, C., Guilbaud, C., Blischke, A., Sigurbjörnsdóttir, M.A., Vilhelmsson, O. (2022). Pseudomonas syringae on plants in Iceland has likely evolved for several million years outside the reach of processes that mix this bacterial complex across Earth's temperate zones. Pathogens 11, 357 DOI:10.3390/pathogens11030357 HAL INRAE-03610038

Virology team

Agaoua, A., Rittener, V., Troadec, C., Desbiez, C., Bendahmane, A., Moquet, F., Dogimont, C. (2022). A single substitution in Vacuolar protein sorting 4 is responsible for resistance to Watermelon mosaic virus in melon. Journal of Experimental Botany. In press DOI:10.1093/jxb/erac135 HAL INRAE-03671982

Desbiez, C., Domingo Calap, M.L., Pitrat, M., Wipf-Scheibel, C., Girardot, G., Ferriol, I., Lopez-Moya, J.J., Lecoq, H. (2022). Specificity of resistance and tolerance to cucumber vein yellowing virus in melon accessions and evidence for resistance breaking associated with a single mutation in VPg. Phytopathology, 115, 1185-1191. DOI:10.1094/phyto-06-21-0263-R HAL INRAE-03428436

Stragier, C., Piry, S., Loiseau, A., Kane, M., Sow, A., Niang, Y., Diallo, M., Ndiaye, A., Gauthier, P., Borderon, M., Granjon, L., Brouat, C., Berthier, K. (2022). Interplay between historical and current features of the cityscape in shaping the genetic structure of the house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) in Dakar (Senegal, West Africa). Peer Community Journal 2, e11. DOI:10.24072/pcjournal.85 HAL INRAE-03549864

Tamisier, L., Szadkowski, M., Girardot, G., Djian-Caporalino, C., Palloix, A., Hirsch, J., Moury B. (2022) Concurrent evolution of resistance and tolerance to potato virus Y in Capsicum annuum revealed by genome-wide association. Molecular Plant Pathology, 23, 254-264. DOI:10.1111/mpp.13157 HAL INRAE-03418676

Temple, C., Blouin, A.G., De Jonghe, K., Foucart, Y., Botermans, M., Westenberg, M., Schoen, R., Gentit, P., Visage, M., Verdin, E., Wipf-Scheibel, C., Ziebell, H., Gaafar, Y.Z.A., Kutnjak, D., Vučurović, A., Rivarez, M.P.S., Richert-Pöggeler, K., Ulrich, R., Zia, A., Yan, X.-H., Massart, S. (2022). Biological and genetic characterization of Physostegia chlorotic mottle virus in Europe based on host range, location, and time. Plant Disease. In press. DOI:10.1094/PDIS-12-21-2800-RE HAL INRAE-03650383


Torres-Barceló, C., Turner, P.E., Buckling, A. (2022). Mitigation of evolved bacterial resistance to phage therapy. Current Opinion in Virology 53, 101201. DOI:10.1016/j.coviro.2022.101201 HAL INRAE-03586641

Research support

Malleck, T., Fekraoui, F., Bornard, I., Henry, C., Haudebourg, E., Planchon, S., Broussolle, V. (2022). Insights into the structure and protein composition of Moorella thermoacetica spores formed at different temperatures. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23, 550 DOI:10.3390/ijms23010550 HAL INRAE-03528011