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The BIOGER (fungal Biology and Risk Management in Agriculture) INRA-AgroParisTech joint research unit is the French reference centre for research on fungal diseases of major crops in Europe (wheat, rapeseed and grapevine). BIOGER undertakes pluridisciplinary and multiscale approaches (genomics, molecular biology and biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, population genetics, evolution, epidemiology, modelling, phenotyping, diagnosis and taxonomy; from gene to landscape).

BIOGER is currently located in the AgroParisTech campus of Grignon. Along with other research units of Ile-de-France environment, the BIOGER unit will move to a new building to join the new AgroParisTech campus at Palaiseau-Saclay (planned in 2021) within the University Paris-Saclay environment.

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new PhD projects are offered in BIOGER.

The BIOGER unit offers several thesis projects on plant pathogenic fungi
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Robin's article in Frontiers in Plant Science

Subcellular localization screening of Colletotrichum higginsianum effector proteins

BIOGER postdoc Guillaume Robin and collaborators published an article in which they determined the localization of 61 Colletotrichum higginsianum effe...
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Viaud's publication in Environmental Microbiology

Biosynthesis of Abscisic Acid (ABA): Plants and Fungi use different pathways

BIOGER scientist Muriel Viaud and collab. published an article in which they investigated the genome of an ABA-overproducing strain of the gray mold...
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Découvrez le site web R4P

Découvrez le site web R4P

Un site web dédié aux phénomènes de résistances aux produits de protection des plantes en France.
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Soutenance de thèse - 18 décembre

Soutenance de thèse - 18 décembre

Yohann Petit - « Comprendre l’implication des effecteurs fongiques dans l’infection d’une plante hôte : caractérisation fonctionnelle...
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Omrane's publication in mSphere

Plasticity of the MFS1 Promoter Leads to Multidrug Resistance in the Wheat Pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici.

BIOGER postdoc Selim Omrane and colleagues from BIOGER and Wageningen University published an article about the genetic basis of...
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