BIOlogie GEstion des Risques en agriculture

Présentation du laboratoire

Le laboratoire BIOGER développe des projets de lutte contre les champignons pathogènes des plantes qui sont responsables de pertes majeures en agronomie. Parmi ces champignons étudiés on peut citer la septoriose, fusariose, rouilles des céréales, phoma du colza ou encore la pourriture grise de la vigne. Ces études sont réalisées sur différentes échelles de la biologie: du génome aux mécanismes infectieux à la dynamique évolutive et l'épidémiologie. Ces travaux ont pour objectif global de répondre aux attentes sociétales en terme de lutte durable et respectueuse de l'environnement contre les maladies fongiques des plantes de grande culture et de gestion des risques liés à la dissémination et au potentiel adaptatif des champignons phytopathogènes. Ces recherches sont réalisées à travers plusieurs projets collaboratifs en partenariat avec les principales firmes de l'agrochimie.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
A Similar Secretome Disturbance as a Hallmark of Non-pathogenic Botrytis cinerea ATMT-Mutants? Muriel Viaud, Adeline Simon, Guillaume Morgant, ... 06/12/2019 Frontiers in Microbiology
The polyphagous plant pathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea encompasses host-specialized and generalist populations Annie Auger, Muriel Viaud, Jean Marc Pradier, ... 01/12/2019 Environmental Microbiology
Bioinformatics matters: The accuracy of plant and soil fungal community data is highly dependent on the metabarcoding pipeline Angélique Gautier, Valérie Laval 01/10/2019 Fungal Ecology
Differential dynamics of microbial community networks help identify microorganisms interacting with residue-borne pathogens: The case of Zymoseptoria tritici in wheat Frédéric Suffert, Valérie Laval, Lydie Kerdraon 30/08/2019 Microbiome
Botcinic acid biosynthesis in Botrytis cinerea relies on a subtelomeric gene cluster surrounded by relics of transposons and is regulated by the Zn <inf>2</inf> Cys <inf>6</inf> transcription factor BcBoa13 Bérengère Dalmais, Muriel Viaud, Adeline Simon, ... 01/08/2019 Current Genetics
A two genes – for – one gene interaction between Leptosphaeria maculans and Brassica napus Marie Hélène Balesdent, Thierry Rouxel, Michel Meyer, ... 01/07/2019 New Phytologist
proteinaceous effectors: the terra incognita of plant–fungal interactions Marc Henri Lebrun, Richard J. O'Connell 01/07/2019 New Phytologist
Spatiotemporal dynamics of fungicide resistance in the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici in France Anne Sophie Walker, Florence Carpentier, Pierre Leroux, ... 01/07/2019 Pest Management Science
Building bridges to move recombination complexes Jessica L. Soyer 18/06/2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Overall stability in the genetic structure of a Zymoseptoria tritici population from epidemic to interepidemic stages at a small spatial scale Anne Sophie Walker, Frédéric Suffert, Valérie Laval, ... 15/06/2019 European Journal of Plant Pathology
H3K4 trimethylation by CclA regulates pathogenicity and the production of three families of terpenoid secondary metabolites in Colletotrichum higginsianum Jean Félix Dallery, Sandrine Pigné, Annie Auger, ... 01/06/2019 Molecular Plant Pathology
First report of Alternaria leaf spot caused by Alternaria alternata (Fries.) Kiessler on Sonchus oleraceus L. and Convolvulus arvensis L. in Algeria Nacèra Talbi 01/06/2019 Journal of Phytopathology
Large biodiversity of yeasts in French Guiana and the description of Suhomyces coccinellae f.a. sp. nov. and Suhomyces faveliae f.a. sp. nov Noémie Jacques 01/06/2019 International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology
Crop Residues in Wheat-Oilseed Rape Rotation System: a Pivotal, Shifting Platform for Microbial Meetings Marie Hélène Balesdent, Frédéric Suffert, Valérie Laval, ... 15/05/2019 Microbial Ecology
Deleting a Chromatin Remodeling Gene Increases the Diversity of Secondary Metabolites Produced by Colletotrichum higginsianum Sandrine Pigné, Richard J. O'Connell 26/04/2019 Journal of Natural Products
Destabilization of chromosome structure by histone H3 lysine 27 methylation Janine Haueisen 01/01/2019 PLoS genetics
Pyricularia graminis-tritici is not the correct species name for the wheat blast fungus: response to Ceresini et al. (MPP 20:2) Marc Henri Lebrun 01/02/2019 Molecular Plant Pathology
Metabarcoding targeting the EF1 alpha region to assess fusarium diversity on cereals Angélique Gautier, Valérie Laval, Ryan Basler, ... 01/01/2019 PLoS ONE
Broad-specificity GH131 β-glucanases are a hallmark of fungi and oomycetes that colonize plants Marc Henri Lebrun, Richard J. O'Connell 01/01/2019 Environmental Microbiology
Population structure of the faba bean blight pathogen Ascochyta fabae (teleomorph, Didymella fabae) in Tunisia Lydie Kerdraon 01/01/2019 Phytopathologia Mediterranea