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Peer-reviewed publications 2023

  • 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.


Armitage, D.W., Carter, M.E., Choudhury, R.A., Remus-Emsermann, M.N.P., Morris, C.E., Leveau, J.H., Kinkel, L.L., Dundore-Arias, J.P. (2023) Predictive ecology and management of phyllosphere microbial communities through cross-scale synthesis. Phytobiomes Journal, In press. DOI:10.1094/pbiomes-02-23-0012-p HAL INRAE-04109467

Lacrampe, N., Colombié, S., Dumont, D., Nicot, P.C., Lecompte, F., Lugan, R. (2023) Nitrogen-mediated metabolic patterns of susceptibility to Botrytis cinerea infection in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) stems. Planta 257, 41. DOI:10.1007/s00425-022-04065-0 HAL INRAE-03951301

Leyronas, C., Halkett, F., Faloya, V. (2023) Airborne versus soilborne inoculum: White mould, where do you come from? Plant Pathology. In press DOI:10.1111/ppa.13699 HAL INRAE-03951281

Mantoani, M.C. et al. (Morris, C.E.) (2023) Rainfall effects on vertical profiles of airborne fungi over a mixed land-use context at the Brazilian Atlantic Forest biodiversity hotspot. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 331, 109352. DOI:10.1016/j.agrformet.2023.109352 HAL INRAE-03974544

Mantoani, M.C., Martins, J., Martins, L.D., Carotenuto, F., Šantl-Temkiv, T., Morris, C.E., Rodrigues, F., Gonçalves, F.L.T. (2023) Thirty-five years of aerosol–PBAP in situ research in Brazil: the need to think outside the Amazonian box. Climate, 11, 17. DOI:10.3390/cli11010017 HAL INRAE-04005694

Zapletalová, M., Rancurel, C., Industri, B., Bardin, M., Le Brigand, K., Nicot, P.C., Magnone, V., Seassau, A., Barbry, P., Potěšil, D., Zdráhal, Z., Ponchet, M., Lochman, J. (2023) BABA-induced pathogen resistance: a multi-omics analysis of the tomato response reveals a hyper-receptive status involving ethylene. Horticulture research, uhad068. DOI:10.1093/hr/uhad068 HAL INRAE-04083547

Virology team

Moury, B., Michon, T., Simon, V., Palloix, A. (2023) A single nonsynonymous substitution in the RNA-dependent RNApolymerase of Potato virus y allows the simultaneous breakdown of two different forms of antiviral resistance in Capsicum annuum. Viruses 15, 1081. DOI:10.3390/v15051081 HAL INRAE-04086320

Parrella, G., Troiano, E., Desbiez, C. (2023) First report of Pepo aphid‐borne yellows virus on courgette in Italy. New Disease Reports, 47, e12144. DOI:10.1002/ndr2.12144 HAL INRAE-04064123

Rimbaud, L., Papaïx, J., Rey, J.-F., Moury, B., Barrett, L.G., Thrall, P.H. (2023) Durable resistance or efficient disease control? Adult Plant Resistance (APR) at the heart of the dilemma. Peer Community Journal, 3, e43.  DOI:10.24072/pcjournal.271 HAL INRAE-04096099