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Amezrou R, Audéon C, Compain J, Gélisse S, Ducasse A, Saintenac C, Lapalu N, Louet C, Orford S, Croll D, Amselem J, Fillinger S, Marcel TC. 2023. A secreted protease-like protein in Zymoseptoria tritici is responsible for avirulence on Stb9 resistance gene in wheat. PLoS Pathogen, in press [doi]


Amezrou R, Ducasse A, Compain J, Lapalu N, Pitarch A, Dupont L, Confais J, Goyeau H, Kema GHJ, Croll D, Amselem J, Sanchez-Vallet A, Marcel TC. 2023. Whole-genome sequencing reveals diverse mechanisms underlying quantitative pathogenicity and host adaptation in a fungal plant pathogen. bioRxiv, non peer-reviewed [doi]


Bellah H, Gazeau GGélisse SAmezrou RMarcel TC, Croll D. 2023. A highly multiplexed assay to monitor virulence, fungicide resistance and gene flow in the fungal wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. PLoS ONE 18: e0281181 [doi]


Bourgeois TP, Suffert F, Durya G, Biaua G, Lacoste S, Prado S, Dupont J, Salmon S. 2023. Dietary preferences of Heteromurus nitidus (Collembola) among wheat fungal communities: implications for bioregulation of two widespread pathogens. Applied Soil Ecology 188: 104897 [doi]


Feurtey A, Lorrain C, McDonald MC, Milgate A, Solomon P, Warren R, Puccetti G, Scalliet G, Torriani S, Gout LMarcel TSuffert F, Alassimone J, Lipzen A, Yoshinaga Y, Daum C, Barry K, Grigoriev I, Goodwin SB, Genissel A, Seidl MF, Stukenbrock EH, Lebrun M-H, Kema G, McDonald BA, Croll D. 2023. A thousand-genome panel retraces the global spread and climatic adaptation of a major fungal crop pathogen. Nature Communications 14: 1059 [doi]


Fontyn CMeyer KBoixel A-LDelestre GPiaget EPicard CSuffert F,  Marcel TC,  Goyeau H. 2023. Evolution within a given virulence phenotype (pathotype) is driven by changes in aggressiveness: a case study of French wheat leaf rust populations. Peer Community Journal, section Infections 3: e39 [doi]


Fontyn CMeyer KBoixel A-LPicard CDestanque AMarcel TCSuffert FGoyeau H. 2023. Can higher aggressiveness effectively compensate for a virulence deficiency in plant pathogen? A case study of Puccinia triticina’s fitness evolution in a diversified varietal landscape. bioRxiv, not peer-reviewed [doi]


Karisto P, Suffert F, Mikaberidze A. 2023. Spatially-explicit modeling improves empirical characterization of dispersal. Plant Environment-Interactions, in press [doi]


Langlands-Perry C, Pitarch A, Lapalu N, Cuenin MBergez C, Noly A, Amezrou RGélisse S, Barrachina C, Parrinello H, Suffert F, Valade R, Marcel TC. 2023. Quantitative and qualitative plant-pathogen interactions call upon similar pathogenicity genes with a spectrum of effects. Frontiers in Plant Science 14:1128546 [doi]


Sarthou J-P, Sester M, Lamichhane J-R, Aubertot J-N, Sarthou V, Suffert F. 2023. Effet des pratiques d’ACS sur les maladies et leurs conséquences sur l’état sanitaire des cultures. In: L’agriculture de conservation des sols, Cordeau S, Maron PA, Sarthou JP, Chauvel B (Eds), Quae Editions, in press.


Suffert F (coord.), Coleno F, Sache I, Barbier M, Prete G, Forget-Richard F, Oswald I, Smith I, Suffert M, Chatot C. 2023. Science, savoirs et société : produire et utiliser des connaissances en phytopathologie pour mieux évaluer et gérer les risques biologiques pour la santé des végétaux (chapitre VI). In: Phytopathologie, seconde édition, Reignault P, Sache I, Choquer M, Corio-Coster MF, Dellagi A, Suffert F (eds.), De Boeck Supérieur, in press.


Amezrou R, Audéon C, Compain J, Gélisse S, Ducasse A, Saintenac C, Lapalu N, Orford S, Croll D, Amselem J, Fillinger S, Marcel TC. 2022. A secreted protease-like protein in Zymoseptoria tritici is responsible for avirulence on Stb9 resistance gene in wheat. bioRxiv, non peer-reviewed [doi]


Azzimonti G, Papaïx J, Lannou C, Goyeau H. 2022. Contribution of the life-history traits of a plant pathogen to the development of field epidemics. Plant Pathology 71: 1344-1354 [doi]


Barroso-Bergadà D, Massot M, Vignolles N, Faivre d’Arcier J, Chancerel E, Guichoux E, Walker A-S, Vacher C, Bohan DA, Laval V, Suffert F. 2022. NGS data reveals the phyllosphere microbiome of wheat plants infected by the fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. Phytobiomes Journal, in press [doi]


Bernard F, Chelle M, Riahi El Kamel O, Pincebourde S, Sache ISuffert F. 2022. Daily fluctuations in leaf temperature modulate the development of a foliar pathogen. Agricultural Forest Meteorology 322: 109031 [doi]


Boixel A-L, Chelle M, Suffert F. 2022. Patterns of thermal adaptation in a worldwide plant pathogen: local diversity and plasticity reveal two-tier dynamics. Ecology and Evolution 12: e8515 [doi]


Boixel A-LGélisse SMarcel TCSuffert F. 2022. Differential tolerance of Zymoseptoria tritici to altered optimal moisture conditions during the early stages of wheat infection. Journal of Plant Pathology 104: 495–507 [doi]


El Amil R, Shykoff JA, Vidal TBoixel A-LLeconte M, Hovmøller MS, Nazari K, de Vallavieille-Pope C. 2022. Diversity of thermal aptitude of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici isolates from different altitude zones. Plant Pathology 71: 1674-1687 [doi]


Fontyn CZippert A-CDelestre GMarcel TCSuffert FGoyeau H. 2022. Is virulence phenotype evolution driven exclusively by Lr gene deployment in French Puccinia triticina populations? Plant Pathology 71: 1511-1524 [doi]


Hovmøller MS, Patpour M, Rodriguez-Algaba J, Randazzo B, Villegas D, Shamanin V, Berlin A, Flath K, Czembor P, Hanzalova A, Sliková S, Skolotneva ES, Jin Y, Szabo L, Meyer KJ, Valade R, Thach T, Hansen JG, Justesen AF. 2022. Wheat stem rust back in Europe: diversity, prevalence and impact on host resistance. Frontiers in Plant Science 13: 882440 [doi]


Karisto P, Suffert F, Mikaberidze A. 2022. Measuring splash-dispersal of a major wheat pathogen in the field. PhytoFrontiers 2: 30-40 [doi]


Langlands-Perry CCuenin MBergez CBen Krima SGélisse S, Sourdille P, Valade R, Marcel TC. 2022. 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. Genes 13: 100 [doi]


Lapalu N, Simon A, Demenou B, Paumier D, Guillot M-PGout LSuffert F, Valade R. 2022. Complete genome sequences of Septoria linicola: a resource for studying a damaging flax pathogen. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, in press [doi]


McDonald BA, Suffert F, Bernasconi A, Mikaberidze A. 2022. How large and diverse are field populations of fungal plant pathogens? The case of Zymoseptoria tritici. Evolutionary Applications 15: 1360-1373 [doi]


Orellana-Torrejon CVidal TBoixel A-LGélisse S, Saint-Jean S, Suffert F. 2022. Annual dynamics of Zymoseptoria tritici populations in wheat cultivar mixtures: a compromise between the efficiency and durability of a recently broken-down resistance gene? Plant Pathology 71: 289-303 [doi]


Orellana-Torrejon CVidal TGazeau GBoixel A-LGélisse SLageyre J, Saint-Jean S, Suffert F. 2022. Multiple scenarios for sexual crosses in the fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici on wheat residues: potential consequences for virulence gene transmission. Fungal Genetics and Biology 163: 103744 [doi]


Orellana-Torrejon CVidal T, Saint-Jean S, Suffert F. 2022. The impact of wheat cultivar mixtures on virulence dynamics in Zymoseptoria tritici populations persist after interseason sexual reproduction. Plant Pathology 71: 1537-1549 [doi]


Rodriguez-Algaba J, Hovmøller MS, Schulz P, Hansen JG, Lezaun JA, Joaquim J, Randazzo B, Czembor P, Zemeca L, Slikova S, Hanzalová A, Holdgate S, Wilderspin S, Mascher F, Suffert FLeconte M, Flath K, Justesen AF. 2022. Stem rust on barberry species in Europe: Host specificities and genetic diversity. Frontiers in Genetics 13: 988031 [doi]


Suffert F. 2022. La Russie et la Chine instrumentalisent-elles la réglementation phytosanitaire à des fins géopolitiques ? The Conversation, 25 avril 2022 [doi]


Suffert F, Suffert M. 2022. ‘Phytopathological strolls’ in the dual context of COVID-19 lockdown and IYPH2020: transforming constraints into an opportunity for public education about plant pathogens. Plant Pathology 71: 30-42 [doi]


Tibi A (coord.), Martinet V (coord.), Vialatte A (coord.), Alignier A, Angeon V, Bohan DA, Bougherara D, Cordeau S, Courtois P, Deguine J-P, Enjalbert J, Fabre F, Fréville H, Grateau R, Grimonprez B, Gross N, Hannachi M, Launay M, Lelièvre V., Lemarié S, Martel G, Navarrete M, Plantegenest M, Ravigné V., Rusch A, Suffert F, Thoyer S. 2022. Protéger les cultures en augmentant la diversité végétale des espaces agricoles. Synthèse du rapport d’ESCo. INRAE, 86 p.


Valade R, Boixel A-LMeyer KSuffert F. 2022. 2021, l’odyssée de l’espèce Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici : retour sur une année exceptionnelle qui pose la question de l’endémicité de la rouille noire du blé en France et incite à maintenir l’effort d’épidémiosurveillance en systèmes céréaliers. Phytoma - La santé des végétaux 754: 45-50 [doi]


Vialatte A, Tibi A, Alignier A, Angeon V, Bedoussac L, Bohan DA, Bougherara D, Carpentier A, Castagneyrol B, Cordeau S, Courtois P, Deguine J-P, Enjalbert J, Fabre F, Féménia F, Fréville H, Goulet F, Grateau R, Grimonprez B, Gross N, Hannachi M, Jeanneret P, Kuhfuss L, Labarthe P, Launay M, Lefebvre M, Lelièvre V, Lemarié S, Martel G, Masson A, Navarrete M, Plantegenest M, Ravigné V, Rusch A, Suffert F, Tapsoba A, Thérond O, Thoyer S, Martinet V. 2021. Promoting crop pest control by plant diversification in agricultural landscapes: a conceptual framework for analysing feedback loops between agro-ecological and socio-economic effects. Advances in Ecological Research 65: 133-165 [doi]


Vidal TBoixel A-LMaghrebi E, Perronne R, du Cheyron P, Enjalbert J, Leconte Mde Vallavieille-Pope C. 2022. Success and failure of invasive races of plant pathogens: The case of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici in France. Plant Pathology 71: 1525-1536 [doi]


Fabre F, Carpentier F, Papaïx J, Boixel AL, Berthier K. 2021. Diversifier les paysages cultivés : état des connaissances et perspectives de recherche. In: L’immunité des plantes, Lannou C, Carenta C, Roby D, Ravigné V, Hannachi M, Moury B (Eds), Quae Editions, p. 209-220 ISBN 978-2-7592-3233-8


Goyeau H, Valade R, de Vallavieille‐Pope C, Leconte M, Massé J, Bonnefoy M, Orlando B, Maumené C, Robin N, Thibord J-B. 2021. Maladies et bioagresseurs : bien les connaître pour une protection intégrée efficace. In: Blé dur : synthèse des connaissances pour une filière durable, Abecassis J, Massé J, Allaoua A (Eds), L'immunité végétale, Quae Editions, p. 167-197 ISBN 978-2-7592-3233-8


Goyeau H, Halkett F, Le Cam B, Montarry J, Le May C. 2021. Les contournements de résistance : mécanismes, dynamiques et conséquences. In: L’immunité des plantes, Lannou C, Carenta C, Roby D, Ravigné V, Hannachi M, Moury B (Eds), Quae Editions - Editions ARVALIS, p. 167-190 ISBN 978-2-8179-0414-6


Laval V, Kerdraon L, Barret M, Boudier B, Liabot A-L, Marais C, Balesdent M, Le Saux M, Suffert F. 2021. Assessing the cultivability of bacteria and fungi from arable crop residues using metabacoding data as a reference. Diversity, 13:404 [doi]


Moury B, Audergon JM, Baudracco-Arnas S, Ben Krima S, Bertrand F, Boissot N, Buisson M, Caffier V, Cantet M, Chanéac S, Constant C, Delmotte F, Dogimont C, Doumayrou J, Fabre F, Fournet S, Grimault V, Jaunet T, Justafré I, Lefebvre V, Losdat D, Marcel TC, Montarry J, Morris C, Omrani M, Paineau M, Perrot S , Pilet-Nayel ML, Ruellan Y. 2021. The quasi-universality of nestedness in the structure of quantitative plant-parasite interactions. Peer Community Journal, e44 [doi]


Ouaja M, Bahri BA, Aouini L, Ferjaoui S, Medini M, Marcel TC, Hamza S. 2021. Morphological characterization and genetic diversity analysis of Tunisian durum wheat (Triticum turgidum var. durum) accessions. BMC Genomic Data 22: 2-17 [doi]


Perronne R, Dubs F, de Vallavieille-Pope C, Leconte M, du Cheyron P, Cadot V, Vidal T, Enjalbert J. 2021. Spatiotemporal changes in varietal resistance to wheat yellow rust in France reveal an increase in field resistance level during the period 1985–2018. Phytopathology, 111:1602-1612 [doi]


Vidal T, Gauffreteau A, Enjalbert J, Suffert F. 2021. Mélanger les variétés pour construire des peuplements plus résistants aux bioagresseurs. In: L’immunité des plantes, Lannou C, Carenta C, Roby D, Ravigné V, Hannachi M, Moury B (Eds), Quae Editions, p. 221-232 ISBN 978-2-7592-3233-8


Ben Krima S, Slim A, Gélisse S, Houki H, Nadaud I, Sourdille P, Yahyaoui A, Ben M’Barek S, Suffert FMarcel TC. 2020. Life story of Tunisian durum wheat landraces revealed by their genetic and phenotypic diversity. bioRxiv, not peer-reviewed [doi]


El Amil R, Ali S, Bahri B, Leconte Mde Vallavieille‐Pope C, Nazari K. 2020. Pathotype diversification in the invasive PstS2 clonal lineage of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici causing yellow rust on durum and bread wheat in Lebanon and Syria in 2010‐2011. Plant Pathology 69: 618-630 [doi]


Kerdraon L, Barret M, Balesdent M, Suffert F, Laval V. 2020. Impact of a resistance gene against a fungal pathogen on the plant host residue microbiome: the case of the Leptosphaeria maculans-Brassica napus pathosystem. Molecular Plant Pathology 21: 1445-1558 [doi]


Ouaja M, Aouini L, Bahri B, Ferjaoui S, Medini M, Marcel TC, Hamza S. 2020. Identification of valuable sources of resistance to Zymoseptoria tritici in the Tunisian durum wheat landraces. European Journal of Plant Pathology 156: 647-661 [doi]


Paumier D, Bammé B, Penaud A, Valade R, Suffert F. 2020. First report of the sexual stage of the flax pathogen Mycosphaerella linicola in France and its impact on pasmo epidemiology. Plant Pathology 70: 175-183 [doi]


Phan HTT, Jones DAB, Rybak K, Dodhia KN, Lopez-Ruiz FJ, Valade R, Gout L, Lebrun MH, Brunner PC, Oliver RP, Tan KC. 2020. Low amplitude boom-and-bust cycles define the Septoria nodorum blotch interaction. Frontiers in Plant Science 10: 1785 [doi]


Vidal T, Saint-Jean S, Lusley P, Leconte MBen Krima SA-L. Boixel, Wheatamix consortium, de Vallavieille-Pope C. 2020. Cultivar mixture effects on disease and yield remain despite diversity in wheat height and earliness. Plant Pathology 69: 1148-1160 [doi]


Boixel AL, Chelle M, Suffert F. 2019. Patterns of thermal adaptation in a worldwide plant pathogen: local diversity and plasticity reveal two-tier dynamics. bioRxiv, not peer-reviewed [doi]


Boixel ALDelestre GLegeay J, Chelle M, Suffert F. 2019. Phenotyping thermal responses of yeasts and yeast-like microorganisms at the individual and population levels: proof-of-concept, development and application of an experimental framework to a plant pathogen. Microbial Ecology 78: 42-56 [doi]


Coriton O, Jahier J, Leconte M, Huteau V, Trotoux G, Dedryver F, de‐Vallavieille‐Pope C. 2019. Double dose efficiency of the yellow rust resistance gene Yr17 in bread wheat lines. Plant Breeding 139: 263-271 [doi]


El Amil Rde Vallavieille‐Pope CLeconte M, Nazari K. 2019. Diversity of genes for resistance to stripe rust in wheat elite lines, commercial varieties and landraces from Lebanon and Syria. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 58: 607-627 [doi]


Garnault M, Duplaix C, Leroux P, Couleaud G, Carpentier F, David O, Walker A-S. 2019. Spatiotemporal dynamics of fungicide resistance in the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici in France. Pest Management Science 75: 1794-1807 [doi]


Kolmer J, Ordonez ME, German SE, Morgunov A, Pretorius ZA, Visser B, Goyeau H, Anikster Y, Acevedo M. 2019. Multilocus genotypes of the wheat leaf rust fungus Puccinia triticina in worldwide regions indicate past and current long distance migration. Phytopathology 109: 1453-1463 [doi]


Kerdraon L, Balesdent M-H, Barret M, Laval V, Suffert F. 2019. Crop residues in wheat-oilseed rape rotation system: a pivotal, shifting platform for microbial meetings. Microbial Ecology 4: 931-945 [doi]


Kerdraon L, Barret M, Laval V, Suffert F. 2019. Differential dynamics of microbial community networks help identify microorganisms interacting with residue-borne pathogens: the case of Zymoseptoria tritici in wheat. Microbiome, 7: 125 [doi]


Kerdraon L, Laval V, Suffert F. 2019. Microbiomes and pathogen survival in crop residues, an ecotone between plant and soil. Phytobiomes Journal 3: 246-255 [doi]


Mercier A,  Carpentier F, Duplaix C, Auger A, Pradier J-M,  Viaud M,  Gladieux P, Walker A-S. 2019. The polyphagous plant pathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea encompasses host-specialized and generalist populations. Environmental Microbiology 21: 4808-4821 [doi]


Morais D, Duplaix C, Sache I, Laval V, Suffert F, Walker A-S. 2019. Overall stability in the genetic structure of a Zymoseptoria tritici population from epidemic to interepidemic stages at a small spatial scale. European Journal of Plant Pathology 154: 423-436 [doi]


Ali S, Sharma S, Leconte M, Shah SJA, Duveiller E, Enjalbert J, de Vallavieille-Pope C. 2018. Low pathotype diversity in a recombinant Puccinia striiformis population through convergent selection at the Eastern part of Himalayan centre of diversity (Nepal). Plant Pathology​ 67: 810-820 [doi]


de Vallavieille-Pope C, Bahri B, Leconte M, Zurfluh O, Belaid YMaghrebi E, Huber L, Launay M, Bancal MO. 2018. Thermal generalist behavior of invasive Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici strains under current and future climate conditions. Plant Pathology 67: 1307-1320 [doi]


Robin MH, Bancal MO, Cellier V, Délos M, Felix I, Launay M, Magnard A, Olivier A, Robert C, Rolland B, Sache I, Aubertot JN. 2018. IPSIM-Web, an online resource for promoting qualitative aggregative hierarchical network models to predict plant disease risk: application to brown rust on wheat. Plant Disease 102: 488-499 [doi]


Sanchez-Vallet  A, Hartmann FE, Marcel T, Croll D. 2018. Nature's genetic screens: using genome-wide association studies for effector discovery. Molecular Plant Pathology​ 19: 3-6 [doi]


Suffert FDelestre GGélisse S. 2018. Sexual reproduction in the fungal foliar pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici is driven by antagonistic density-dependence mechanisms. Microbial Ecology 77: 110-123 [doi]


Suffert FGoyeau HSache ICarpentier FGélisse SMorais DDelestre G. 2018. Epidemiological trade-off between intra- and interannual scales in the evolution of aggressiveness in a local plant pathogen population. Evolutionary Applications 11: 768-780 [doi]


Suffert F, Thompson R. 2018. Some reasons why the latent period should not always be considered constant over the course of a plant disease epidemic. Plant Pathology 67: 1831-1840 [doi]


Vidal T, Gigot C, de Vallavieille-Pope C, Huber L, Saint-Jean S. 2018. Contrasting plant height can improve the control of rain-borne diseases in wheat cultivar mixture: modelling splash dispersal in 3D canopies. Annals of Botany 121: 1299-1308 [doi]


Willocquet L, Félix I, de Vallavieille‐Pope C, Savary S. 2018. Reverse modelling to estimate yield losses caused by crop diseases. Plant Pathology​ 67: 1669-1679 [doi]


Fried G, Chauvel C, Reynaud P, Sache I. 2017. Decreases in crop production by non-native weeds, pests, and pathogens. In: Vilà M, Hulme PE (Eds.), Impact of biological invasions on ecosystem services, Springer, p. 83-101 [doi]


Genissel A, Confais J, Lebrun MH, Gout L. 2017. Association genetics in plant pathogens: minding the gap between the natural variation and the molecular function. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8: 1301 [doi]


Lof ME, de Vallavieille-Pope C, van der Werf W. 2017. Achieving durable resistance against plant diseases; Scenario analysis with a national scale spatially explicit model for a wind dispersed plant disease. Phytopathology 107: 580-589 [doi]


Mumford J, Leach AW, Holt J, Suffert FSache I, Moignot B, Hamilton RA. 2017. Integrating crop bioterrorism hazards into pest risk assessment tools. In: Gullino ML, Stack J, Fletcher J, Mumford J (Eds.), Practical tools for plant and food biosecurity, Springer, p. 121-142 [doi]


Ndoumbe Nkeng M, Efombagn Mousseni IB, Bidzanga Nomo L, Sache I, Cilas C. 2017. Spatio-temporal dynamics on a plot scale of cocoa black pod rot caused by Phytophthora megakarya in Cameroon. European Journal of Plant Pathology 147: 579-590 [doi]


Perronne R, Diguet S, de Vallavieille-Pope CLeconte M, Enjalbert J. 2017. A framework to characterize the commercial life cycle of crop varieties: Application to the case study of the influence of yellow rust epidemics on French bread wheat varieties. Field Crops Research 209: 159-167 [doi]


Savary S, Djurle A, Yuen J, Ficke A, Rossi V, Esker P, Fernandes JM, Del Ponte E, Kumar J, Madden LV, Paul PA, McRoberts N, Singh PK, Huber L, de Vallavieille-Pope C, Saint-Jean S, Willocquet L. 2017. A white paper on global wheat health based on scenario development and analysis. Phytopathology 107: 1109-1122 [doi]


Soubeyrand S, Garreta V, Monteil C, Suffert FGoyeau HBerder J, Berge O, Moinard J, Fournier E, Tharreau D, Morris C, Sache I. 2017. Testing differences between pathogen compositions with small samples and sparse data. Phytopathology 107: 1199-1208 [doi]


Suffert F. 2017. Characterization of the threat resulting from plant pathogens use as anti-crop bioweapons: an EU perspective on agroterrorism. In: Gullino ML, Stack J, Fletcher J, Mumford J (Eds.), Practical tools for plant and food biosecurity, Springer, p. 31-60 [doi]


Vidal TBoixel A-L, Durand B, de Vallavieille-Pope C, Huber L, Saint-Jean S. 2017. Reduction of fungal disease spread in cultivar mixtures: impact of canopy architecture on rain-splash dispersal and on crop microclimate. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 246: 154-161 [doi]


Vidal T, Lusley P, Leconte Mde Vallavieille-Pope C, Huber L, Saint-Jean S. 2017. Cultivar architecture modulates spore dispersal by rain splash: a new perspective to reduce disease progression in cultivar mixture. PLoS ONE 12: e0187788 [doi]


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