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BIOlogie GEstion des Risques en agriculture

Laboratory presentation

The BIOGER laboratory develops projects to fight pathogenic plants fungi that are responsible for major loss in agronomy. Among these fungi studied, we can mention the septoriosis, fusariose, cereals rusts, rapeseed phoma or the vine gray rot. These studies are carried out on different biology scales: from genome to infectious mechanisms to evolutionary dynamics and epidemiology. The overall objective of this work is to meet societal expectations in terms of sustainable and environmentally-friendly control of fungal diseases in field crops and risk management related to the spread and adaptive potential of phytopathogenic fungi. This research are carried out through several collaborative projects in partnership with the main agrochemical firms.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Daily fluctuations in leaf temperature modulate the development of a foliar pathogen I. Sache, Frédéric Suffert 07/15/22 Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
Wheat Stem Rust Back in Europe: Diversity, Prevalence and Impact on Host Resistance Kevin J.G. Meyer 06/02/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
First Report of Rice Brown Spot Caused by Exserohilum rostratum in Mali Kouka Hilaire Kaboré, Marc Henri Lebrun 06/01/22 Plant Disease
The development of extracellular vesicle markers for the fungal phytopathogen Colletotrichum higginsianum Thi Thu Huyen Chu, Jean Félix Dallery, Richard J. O'Connell 05/01/22 Journal of Extracellular Vesicles
Differential tolerance of Zymoseptoria tritici to altered optimal moisture conditions during the early stages of wheat infection Anne Lise Boixel, Sandrine Gélisse, Thierry C. Marcel, Frédéric Suffert 05/01/22 Journal of Plant Pathology
Two independent approaches converge to the cloning of a new Leptosphaeria maculans avirulence effector gene, AvrLmS-Lep2 Bénédicte Ollivier, Thierry Rouxel, Marie Hélène Balesdent 05/01/22 Molecular Plant Pathology
Editorial: Antifungal Resistance: From Molecular to Global Issues Sabine Fillinger 03/02/22 Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology
Directed evolution predicts cytochrome b G37V target site modification as probable adaptive mechanism towards the QiI fungicide fenpicoxamid in Zymoseptoria tritici Guillaume Fouché, Anaïs Lalève, Danièle Debieu, Sabine Fillinger, Anne Sophie Walker 03/01/22 Environmental Microbiology
Annual dynamics of Zymoseptoria tritici populations in wheat cultivar mixtures: A compromise between the efficacy and durability of a recently broken-down resistance gene? Carolina Orellana-Torrejon, Tiphaine Vidal, Anne Lise Boixel, Sandrine Gélisse, Frédéric Suffert 02/01/22 Plant Pathology
Plant SYP12 syntaxins mediate an evolutionarily conserved general immunity to filamentous pathogens Richard J. O'Connell 02/01/22 eLife
Patterns of thermal adaptation in a globally distributed plant pathogen: Local diversity and plasticity reveal two-tier dynamics Anne Lise Boixel, Frédéric Suffert 01/01/22 Ecology and Evolution
Promoting crop pest control by plant diversification in agricultural landscapes: A conceptual framework for analysing feedback loops between agro-ecological and socio-economic effects Frédéric Suffert 01/01/22 Advances in Ecological Research
“Phytopathological strolls” in the dual context of COVID-19 lockdown and IYPH2020: Transforming constraints into an opportunity for public education about plant pathogens Frédéric Suffert 01/01/22 Plant Pathology
Contribution of the life-history traits of a plant pathogen to the development of field epidemics Gustavo Azzimonti, Christian Lannou, Henriette Goyeau 01/01/22 Plant Pathology
The impact of wheat cultivar mixtures on virulence dynamics in Zymoseptoria tritici populations persists after interseason sexual reproduction Carolina Orellana-Torrejon, Tiphaine Vidal, Frédéric Suffert 01/01/22 Plant Pathology
Success and failure of invasive races of plant pathogens: The case of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici in France Tiphaine Vidal, Anne Lise Boixel, E. Maghrebi, Marc Leconte, Claude de Vallavieille-Pope 01/01/22 Plant Pathology
Is virulence phenotype evolution driven exclusively by Lr gene deployment in French Puccinia triticina populations? Cécilia Fontyn, Anne Catherine Zippert, Ghislain Delestre, Thierry C. Marcel, Frédéric Suffert, Henriette Goyeau 01/01/22 Plant Pathology
Resistance of the Wheat Cultivar ‘Renan’ to Septoria Leaf Blotch Explained by a Combination of Strain Specific and Strain Non-Specific QTL Mapped on an Ultra-Dense Genetic Map Camilla Langlands-Perry, Murielle Cuenin, Christophe Bergez, Safa Ben Krima, Sandrine Gélisse, Thierry C. Marcel 01/01/22 Genes
Spatio-temporal distribution of DMI and SDHI fungicide resistance of Zymoseptoria tritici throughout Europe based on frequencies of key target-site alterations Maxime Garnault 12/01/21 Pest Management Science
Population Genomics Reveals Molecular Determinants of Specialization to Tomato in the Polyphagous Fungal Pathogen Botrytis cinerea in France Alex Mercier, Adeline Simon, Nicolas Lapalu, Anne Sophie Walker, Muriel Viaud 12/01/21 Phytopathology

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