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Books and chapter in books, PhD thesis

Books

Charrier, F., Meynard, J. M., Magrini, M.-B., Messean, A., Charlier, A., Fares, M., Le Bail, M., Savini, I., Rechauchère, O. (2014). La diversification des cultures : lever les obstacles agronomiques et économiques. Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae, 106 p.

Benoit, M., Caneill, J., Messean, A., Papy, F., Prévost, P. (2008). Des agronomes pour demain : Accompagner la diversité des agricultures pour un développement durable. Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae, 96 p.

Chapter in books

Barzman, M., Lamichhane, J. R., Booij, K., Boonekamp, P., Desneux, N., Huber, L., Kudsk, P., Langrell, S. R. H., Ratnadass, A., Ricci, P., Sarah, J.-L., Messean, A. (2015). Research and development priorities in the face of climate change and rapidly evolving pests. In: Lichtfouse, E, dir., Sustainable Agriculture Reviews (p. 1-27). Sustainable Agriculture Reviews, 17. New-York, USA : Editions Springer. 27 p., DOI : 10.1007/978-3-319-16742-8_1

Barzman, M., Bertschinger, L., Dachbrodt-Saaydeh, S., Graf, B., Jensen, J. E., Joergensen, L. N., Kudsk, P., Messean, A., Moonen, A.-C., Ratnadass, A., Sarah, J.-L., Sattin, M. (2014). Integrated pest management policy, research and implementation : european initiatives. In: R, Peshin ; D.Pimentel, dir., Integrated pest management - Experiences with implementation, global overview, Vol.4. Editions Springer. 585 p.

Bohanec, M., Bertheau, Y., Brera, C., Gruden, K., Holst-Jensen, A., Kok, E., Lecroart, B., Messean, A., Miraglia, M., Onori, R., Prins, T., Soler, L. G., Znidarsic, M. (2013). The Co-Extra decision support system : a model-based integration of project results. In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Genetically and non-genetically modified food supply chains, co-existence and traceability (p. 461-489). Chichester, GBR : Wiley-Blackwell. 664 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch25

Coleno, F.-C., Angevin, F. (2013). Evaluation of collection strategies for landscape and product flow management. In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Genetically Modified and Non-Gentically modified food supply chains : Co-existence and traceability (p. 127-139). Chichester, UK : Willey-Blackwell. 686 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch9

Gryson, N., Eeckhout, M., Messean, A., Soler, L. G., Lecroart, B., Trouillier, A., Le Bail, M., Bez, J., Bourgier, R., Copeland, J., Gylling, M., Maciejczak, M., Meglic, V., Menrad, K., Gabriel, A., Stolze, M., Tapia, C., Ghezan, G., Pelaez, V., Rocha dos Santos, R. (2013). Empirical analysis of co-existence in commodity supply chains . In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Genetically Modified and non-Genetically Modified food supply chains: Co-existence and traceability (p. 141-160). GBR : Wiley-Blackwell. 686 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch10

Lecroart, B., Messean, A., Soler, L. G. (2013). Modelling and assessing the impacts of the Co-existence Between GM and non-GM supply chains : the starch maize supply chain example. In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Bertheau Yves, Genetically modified and non-genetically modified food supply chains : co-existence and traceability (p. 161-175). GBR : Wiley-Blackwell. 686 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch11

Menrad, K., Gabriel, A., Bez, J., Gylling, M., Larsen, A., Maciejczak, M., Stolze, M., Gryson, N., Eeckhout, M., Pensel, N., Rocha de Santos, R., Messean, A. (2013). Costs of segregation and traceability between GM and non-GM supply chains of single crop and compound food/feed products. In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Genetically and non-genetically modified food supply chains, co-existence and traceability (p. 177-191). Chichester, GBR : Wiley-Blackwell. 664 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch12

Squire, G., Lecomte, J., Husken, A., Soukup, J., Messean, A. (2013). Contribution of pollen and seed to impurity in crops : a comparison of maize, oilseed rape and beet. In: Yves Bertheau, dir., Genetically and non-genetically modified food supply chains, co-existence and traceability (p. 21-34). Chichester, GBR : Wiley-Blackwell. 686 p., DOI : 10.1002/9781118373781.ch2

Messean, A., Sebillotte, C. (2012). Prospective, agriculture et recherche agronomique : enjeux de société et défis pour la recherche et les acteurs . In: Jean Boiffin, Thierry Doré, dir., Penser et agir en agronome. Hommages à Michel Sebillotte (p. 151-169). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae. 264 p.

Burger-Leenhardt, D., Angevin, F., Biarnes, A., Colbach, N., Mignolet, C. (2011). Describing and locating cropping systems on a regional scale . In: Lichtfouse, E, Hamelin, M., Navarrete, M., Debaeke, P., dir., Sustainable agriculture (p. 85-95). NLD : Springer Netherlands., DOI : 10.1007/978-94-007-0394-0_6

Hochereau, F., Lamine, C., Messean, A., Paratte, R., Meynard, J. M., Ricci, P. (2011). Un système agro-alimentaire façonné autour de la protection chimique des cultures. In: Repenser la protection des systèmes de cultures. Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae. 250 p.

Lamine, C., Messean, A., Paratte, R., Hochereau, F., Meynard, J. M., Ricci, P. (2011). La lutte chimique au coeur de la construction du système agri-alimentaire. In: Pierre Ricci, Sibylle Bui, Claire Lamine, dir., Repenser la protection des cultures. Innovations et transitions (p. 29-52). Sciences en Partage (Quae). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae. 250 p.

Messean, A., Bui, S., Munier-Jolain, N., Parisi, L., Ricci, P. (2011). L'innovation repensée. In: Pierre Ricci, Sybille Bui, Claire Lamine, dir., Repenser la protection des cultures. Innovations et transitions (p. 179-195). Sciences en Partage (Quae). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae. 250 p.

Colbach, N., Angevin, F., Meynard, J. M., Messean, A. (2006). Utilisation du modèle de flux de gènes GENESYS pour évaluer et concevoir des systèmes de culture en cas de co-existence de cultures OGM, non-OGM et biologiques. In: Jacques Caneill , Agronomes et Innovations : 3ème édition des entretiens du Pradel (p. 87-101). Biologie, Ecologie, Agronomie. Paris, FRA : L'Harmattan.

PhD Thesis

Angevin, F. (2012). Modélisation de l’impact des systèmes de culture sur la pollinisation croisée chez le maïs dans le cadre de l’établissement de règles de coexistence (Thèse de doctorat, Agroparistech, FRA). 358