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Mamadou Mboup


Influence of selection pressures and interepidemic survival on the genetic diversity of wheat stripe rust populations (Puccinia striiformis) [pdf]

Global Biology Leader - Fungicide resistance (Phytopathologist), Corteva Agriscience (Colmar, France) [contact]

Bénédicte Pariaud


Aggressiveness of Puccinia triticina and its adaptation to the host [pdf]

Phytopathologist (Project Manager in Plant Resistance and Coordinator of America Pathology Activities), Vilmorin SA (France)

Bochra Bahri


Adaptation and spatial stucture of Mediterranean wheat stripe rust populations (Puccinia striiformis) [pdf]

Assistant Professor  (Turfgrass and Forage Pathology), University of Georgia (USA) [contact]

Adeline Picot


Modulation of fumonisin biosynthesis in maize ears: influence of kernel physiological and biochemical components and multiple contamination events [pdf]

Assistant Professor  (Phytopathology and Microbiologiy), Université de Bretagne Occidentale (Brest, France) [more info]

Julien Papaïx


Structure of agricultural landscapes and epidemic risk, a demo-genetic approach [pdf]

Researcher (Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Spatial Processes), INRAE (Avignon, France) [more info]

Gustavo Azzimonti


Diversification of the quantitative resistance to wheat leaf rust (Puccina triticina) based on the characterization of resistance components [pdf]

Manager in crop analyses, GALYS Laboratoires (Toulouse, France)

Sajid Ali


Population biology and invasion history of Puccinia striiformis at worldwide and local scale [pdf]

Assistant Professor (Phytopathology, Genetics, Biology and Population Evolution), Agricultural University of Peshawar (Pakistan) [more info]

Frédéric Bernard


The development of a foliar fungal pathogen does react to temperature, but to which temperature? [pdf]

Head of Research and Development, International Fruit Obtention (Angers, France) [more info]

Christophe Gigot


Potentialities of cultivar mixtures to prevent epidemic progression of septoria tritici blotch : Input of spore rain-splash dispersal mechanisms within a heterogeneous canopy [pdf]

Crop Protection Modeling Engineer, ARVALIS - Institut du Végétal (Boigneville, France) [more info]

Dorothée Siou


Epidemic develpment of fusarium head blight on wheat and consequences of interactions between species within the fusarium complex [pdf]

Farmer (Yvelines, France) [more info]

Timeri Atuahiva


Vanilla root rot emergence on Vanilla tahitensis in Raiatea (French Polynesia) : geographical distribution and epidemiological evolution [pdf]

Phytopathologist (Head of the Health Surveillance Service), Etablissement Vanille de Tahiti (Raiatea, Polynésie Française)

Rola El Amil


Effect of host and temperature on the population structure of wheat stripe rust due to Puccinia striiformis in the Middle East [pdf] [Borlaug award 2013]

Researcher (Phytopathologist), Lebanese Agricultural Research Institute (Beyrouth, Lebanon) [more info]

David Morais


Determinants of the early epidemic stages of wheat septoria leaf blotch: quantity, efficacy and origin of primary inoculum [pdf]

Product owner, HUBSIDE (Paris, France) [more info]

Tiphaine Vidal


Interest of architectural diversity of cultivated plants in order to limit the epidemic progression of splashed-dispersed leaf diseases: case of septoria tritici blotch in wheat cultivar mixtures [pdf]

Researcher (Experimental Epidemiology and Modelling), INRAE (Grignon, France) [more info]

Lydie Kerdraon


Microbial diversity and pathogen-microbiome interactions in crop residues: the case of Zymoseptoria tritici and Leptosphaeria maculans in a wheat-oilseed rape system [pdf]

Anne-Lise Boixel


Environmental heterogeneity, a driver of adaptation to temperature in foliar plant pathogen populations? [pdf] [Dufrenoy award 2021]

Research scientist (Experimental Epidemiology and Ecology), INRAE (Grignon, France) [contact]

Safa Ben Krima


Adaptation of phytopathogenic fungi to genetically heterogeneous host populations: case study of the durum wheat-Zymoseptoria tritici pathosystem

Plant Scientist, Interstellar Lab (Paris, France) [contact]

Carolina Orellana-Torrejon


Impact of wheat cultivar mixtures on the annual adaptation dynamics of a Zymoseptoria tritici population to a recently broken down qualitative resistant gene [pdf]

Epidémiosurveillance Engineer, ARVALIS - Institut du Végétal (Boigneville, France)

Camilla Langlands-Perry


Specificity and sustainability of wheat quantitative resistance to septoria leaf blotch

Cécilia Fontyn


Is aggressiveness a significant selective trait for the adaptation of Puccinia triticina populations to the cultivated wheat landscape?