Experts and Doctors on plant diseases in France

Summary

Locale: France
Topic: plant diseases

Top Publications

  1. Garnier M, Iskra M, Bove J. Towards monoclonal antibodies against the apple proliferation mycoplasma-like organism. Isr J Med Sci. 1987;23:691-5 pubmed
    ..This hybridoma also gave a negative ELISA when tested against sieve tube preparations from periwinkles affected by citrus greening or Spiroplasma citri, but a positive ELISA when tested against phyllody-affected sieve-tube preparations...
  2. Nicaise V, German Retana S, Sanju n R, Dubrana M, Mazier M, Maisonneuve B, et al. The eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E controls lettuce susceptibility to the Potyvirus Lettuce mosaic virus. Plant Physiol. 2003;132:1272-82 pubmed
    ..More generally, the isoforms of eIF4E appear to be host factors involved in the cycle of potyviruses in plants, probably through a general mechanism yet to be clarified...
  3. Arnaud G, Malembic Maher S, Salar P, Bonnet P, Maixner M, Marcone C, et al. Multilocus sequence typing confirms the close genetic interrelatedness of three distinct flavescence dorée phytoplasma strain clusters and group 16SrV phytoplasmas infecting grapevine and alder in Europe. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2007;73:4001-10 pubmed
    ..Finally, phylogenetic analyses concluded that FD, PGY, and AldY were members of the same phylogenetic subclade, which may have originated in Europe. ..
  4. Delmotte F, Giresse X, Richard Cervera S, M baya J, Vear F, Tourvieille J, et al. Single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal multiple introductions into France of Plasmopara halstedii, the plant pathogen causing sunflower downy mildew. Infect Genet Evol. 2008;8:534-40 pubmed publisher
    ..halstedii isolates may have provided the raw material for more complex processes in the evolution of races, such as recombination between races or clonal evolution through mitotic instability...
  5. Palloix A, Ayme V, Moury B. Durability of plant major resistance genes to pathogens depends on the genetic background, experimental evidence and consequences for breeding strategies. New Phytol. 2009;183:190-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Polygenic resistance proved more durable than monogenic resistance, but breeding strategies giving priority to major resistance factors may jeopardize the progress in durability expected from polygenic resistance. ..
  6. Pariaud B, Robert C, Goyeau H, Lannou C. Aggressiveness components and adaptation to a host cultivar in wheat leaf rust. Phytopathology. 2009;99:869-78 pubmed publisher
    ..Although leaf rust pathotypes present a clonal structure, quantitative differences were found for aggressiveness traits within a pathotype...
  7. Tronchet M, Balagué C, Kroj T, Jouanin L, Roby D. Cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenases-C and D, key enzymes in lignin biosynthesis, play an essential role in disease resistance in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant Pathol. 2010;11:83-92 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, in contrast with cellulose synthesis, whose alteration leads to an increase in disease resistance, alteration of the cell wall lignin content leads directly or indirectly to defects in some defence components. ..
  8. Tasset C, Bernoux M, Jauneau A, Pouzet C, Briere C, Kieffer Jacquinod S, et al. Autoacetylation of the Ralstonia solanacearum effector PopP2 targets a lysine residue essential for RRS1-R-mediated immunity in Arabidopsis. PLoS Pathog. 2010;6:e1001202 pubmed publisher
  9. Rott P, Fleites L, Marlow G, Royer M, Gabriel D. Identification of new candidate pathogenicity factors in the xylem-invading pathogen Xanthomonas albilineans by transposon mutagenesis. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2011;24:594-605 pubmed publisher
    ..were identified, including loci encoding hypothetical proteins, a membrane fusion protein conferring resistance to novobiocin, transport proteins, TonB-dependent outer-membrane transporters, and an OmpA family outer-membrane protein...

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  1. Claverie M, Dirlewanger E, Bosselut N, van Ghelder C, Voisin R, Kleinhentz M, et al. The Ma gene for complete-spectrum resistance to Meloidogyne species in Prunus is a TNL with a huge repeated C-terminal post-LRR region. Plant Physiol. 2011;156:779-92 pubmed publisher
    ..The Ma gene highlights the importance of these uncharacterized PL domains, which may be involved in pathogen recognition through the decoy hypothesis or in nuclear signaling...
  2. Drucker M, Then C. Transmission activation in non-circulative virus transmission: a general concept?. Curr Opin Virol. 2015;15:63-8 pubmed publisher
    ..This novel concept, named Transmission Activation (TA), where viruses respond directly or via the host to the outside world, opens new research horizons. ..
  3. Lonjon F, Turner M, Henry C, Rengel D, Lohou D, van de Kerkhove Q, et al. Comparative Secretome Analysis of Ralstonia solanacearum Type 3 Secretion-Associated Mutants Reveals a Fine Control of Effector Delivery, Essential for Bacterial Pathogenicity. Mol Cell Proteomics. 2016;15:598-613 pubmed publisher
    ..HpaB was required for bacterial pathogenicity on multiple hosts whereas HpaG was found to be specifically required for full R. solanacearum pathogenicity on the legume plant Medicago truncatula. ..
  4. Croisé L, Lieutier F, Cochard H, Dreyer E. Effects of drought stress and high density stem inoculations with Leptographium wingfieldii on hydraulic properties of young Scots pine trees. Tree Physiol. 2001;21:427-36 pubmed
    ..We conclude that tree defence against L. wingfieldii is decreased during severe drought stress, resulting in changes in the spread and action of the fungus in the sapwood but not in the phloem. ..
  5. Drugeon G, Jupin I. Stability in vitro of the 69K movement protein of Turnip yellow mosaic virus is regulated by the ubiquitin-mediated proteasome pathway. J Gen Virol. 2002;83:3187-97 pubmed
    ..We propose that selective degradation of virus movement proteins may contribute to the previously reported transient nature of their accumulation during infection. ..
  6. Siriputthaiwan P, Jauneau A, Herbert C, Garcin D, Dumas B. Functional analysis of CLPT1, a Rab/GTPase required for protein secretion and pathogenesis in the plant fungal pathogen Colletotrichum lindemuthianum. J Cell Sci. 2005;118:323-9 pubmed
  7. Mhamdi A, Mauve C, Gouia H, Saindrenan P, Hodges M, Noctor G. Cytosolic NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase contributes to redox homeostasis and the regulation of pathogen responses in Arabidopsis leaves. Plant Cell Environ. 2010;33:1112-23 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that cICDH, previously considered mainly as an enzyme involved in amino acid synthesis, plays a role in redox signalling linked to pathogen responses. ..
  8. Duplessis S, Cuomo C, Lin Y, Aerts A, Tisserant E, Veneault Fourrey C, et al. Obligate biotrophy features unraveled by the genomic analysis of rust fungi. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:9166-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Some of these genomic hallmarks are mirrored in the genomes of other microbial eukaryotes that have independently evolved to infect plants, indicating convergent adaptation to a biotrophic existence inside plant cells...
  9. Montarry J, Doumayrou J, Simon V, Moury B. Genetic background matters: a plant-virus gene-for-gene interaction is strongly influenced by genetic contexts. Mol Plant Pathol. 2011;12:911-20 pubmed publisher
    ..In a broader context, the PVY CI coding region is one of the first identified genetic factors to determine the evolvability of a plant virus. ..
  10. Reinbold C, Lacombe S, Ziegler Graff V, Scheidecker D, Wiss L, Beuve M, et al. Closely related poleroviruses depend on distinct translation initiation factors to infect Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2013;26:257-65 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana. ..
  11. Rouzé Jouan J, Terradot L, Pasquer F, Tanguy S, Giblot Ducray Bourdin D D. The passage of Potato leafroll virus through Myzus persicae gut membrane regulates transmission efficiency. J Gen Virol. 2001;82:17-23 pubmed
    ..It is hypothesized that at least some of the changes found in CP and/or RTP reduced virus recognition by aphid gut receptors, resulting in reduced acquisition and subsequent transmission of PLRV-14.2...
  12. Santos R, Franza T, Laporte M, Sauvage C, Touati D, Expert D. Essential role of superoxide dismutase on the pathogenicity of Erwinia chrysanthemi strain 3937. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2001;14:758-67 pubmed
    ..Therefore, at the onset of infection, E. chrysanthemi cells encounter an oxidative environment and require active protective systems against oxidative damages such as MnSOD to overcome these types of conditions. ..
  13. Bert P, Dechamp Guillaume G, Serre F, Jouan I, de Labrouhe D, Nicolas P, et al. Comparative genetic analysis of quantitative traits in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) 3. Characterisation of QTL involved in resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Phoma macdonaldi. Theor Appl Genet. 2004;109:865-74 pubmed
    ..sclerotiorum capitulum resistance QTL were compared with those reported previously and it was concluded that resistance to this disease is governed by a considerable number of QTL, located on almost all the sunflower linkage groups. ..
  14. Haas M, Geldreich A, Bureau M, Dupuis L, Leh V, Vetter G, et al. The open reading frame VI product of Cauliflower mosaic virus is a nucleocytoplasmic protein: its N terminus mediates its nuclear export and formation of electron-dense viroplasms. Plant Cell. 2005;17:927-43 pubmed
    ..The discovery that P6 can localize to the nucleus opens new prospects for understanding yet unknown roles of this viral protein in the course of the CaMV infection cycle...
  15. Lansac M, Eyquard J, Salvador B, Garcia J, Le Gall O, Decroocq V, et al. Application of GFP-tagged Plum pox virus to study Prunus-PPV interactions at the whole plant and cellular levels. J Virol Methods. 2005;129:125-33 pubmed
    ..Moreover, this tool will be of special importance in the study of PPV infection dynamics in Prunus, allowing as well precise observations of cellular events related to PPV/Prunus interactions...
  16. Dubuisson J, Vianney A, Hugouvieux Cotte Pattat N, Lazzaroni J. Tol-Pal proteins are critical cell envelope components of Erwinia chrysanthemi affecting cell morphology and virulence. Microbiology. 2005;151:3337-47 pubmed
    ..This could be explained by a combination of impaired phenotypes in the tol-pal mutants, such as reduced growth and motility and a decreased production of pectate lyases, the major virulence factor of Er. chrysanthemi. ..
  17. Phalip V, Hatsch D, Laugel B, Jeltsch J. An overview of fungal community diversity in diseased hop plantations. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2006;56:321-9 pubmed
    ..The ecosystem was shown to be very diverse, since as many as 27 species belonging to 17 genera were recovered. Furthermore, many of the isolated fungi are known to be involved in phytopathogenesis. ..
  18. Khelifa M, Journou S, Krishnan K, Gargani D, Espérandieu P, Blanc S, et al. Electron-lucent inclusion bodies are structures specialized for aphid transmission of cauliflower mosaic virus. J Gen Virol. 2007;88:2872-80 pubmed
  19. Ameline Torregrosa C, Cazaux M, Danesh D, Chardon F, Cannon S, Esquerré Tugayé M, et al. Genetic dissection of resistance to anthracnose and powdery mildew in Medicago truncatula. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:61-9 pubmed
    ..Many of these genes have atypical resistance gene analog structures and display differential expression patterns in distinct stress-related cDNA libraries. ..
  20. Noël L, Cagna G, Stuttmann J, Wirthmüller L, Betsuyaku S, Witte C, et al. Interaction between SGT1 and cytosolic/nuclear HSC70 chaperones regulates Arabidopsis immune responses. Plant Cell. 2007;19:4061-76 pubmed
    ..We conclude that an HSC70-SGT1 chaperone complex is important for multiple plant environmental responses and that the evolutionarily conserved SGS domain of SGT1 is a key determinant of the HSC70-SGT1 association. ..
  21. Pontais I, Treutter D, Paulin J, Brisset M. Erwinia amylovora modifies phenolic profiles of susceptible and resistant apple through its type III secretion system. Physiol Plant. 2008;132:262-71 pubmed publisher
    ..However, E. amylovora exhibited the ability to stabilize this compound at sublethal levels even in the resistant apple, rejecting the hypothesis of its involvement in the resistance of this genotype...
  22. Dutech C, Rossi J, Fabreguettes O, Robin C. Geostatistical genetic analysis for inferring the dispersal pattern of a partially clonal species: example of the chestnut blight fungus. Mol Ecol. 2008;17:4597-607 pubmed publisher
  23. Janzac B, Montarry J, Palloix A, Navaud O, Moury B. A point mutation in the polymerase of Potato virus Y confers virulence toward the Pvr4 resistance of pepper and a high competitiveness cost in susceptible cultivar. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2010;23:823-30 pubmed publisher
    ..and with a previously developed model predicting the durability of virus resistances as a function of the evolutionary constraint applied on corresponding avirulence factors. ..
  24. Dedryver C, Le Ralec A, Fabre F. The conflicting relationships between aphids and men: a review of aphid damage and control strategies. C R Biol. 2010;333:539-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Several topics tackled in this article are exemplified for cereal aphids, which are among the most important in Europe as direct feeders and virus vectors. ..
  25. Elegbede C, Pierrat J, Aguayo J, Husson C, Halkett F, Marçais B. A statistical model to detect asymptomatic infectious individuals with an application in the Phytophthora alni-induced alder decline. Phytopathology. 2010;100:1262-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Then, we highlighted the fact that the infected asymptomatic trees were among the major inoculum producers whereas severely declining and dead trees were found to be poor inoculum sources. ..
  26. Baxter L, Tripathy S, Ishaque N, Boot N, Cabral A, Kemen E, et al. Signatures of adaptation to obligate biotrophy in the Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis genome. Science. 2010;330:1549-1551 pubmed publisher
    ..These attributes comprise a genomic signature of evolution toward obligate biotrophy...
  27. Herbette S, de Labrouhe D, Drevet J, Roeckel Drevet P. Transgenic tomatoes showing higher glutathione peroxydase antioxidant activity are more resistant to an abiotic stress but more susceptible to biotic stresses. Plant Sci. 2011;180:548-53 pubmed publisher
    ..These results showed that GPx overexpression provoked opposite effects in situations of biotic and abiotic challenges, suggesting a key role for this scavenger enzyme in controlling biotic and abiotic stress responses. ..
  28. Robert S, Ravigne V, Zapater M, Abadie C, Carlier J. Contrasting introduction scenarios among continents in the worldwide invasion of the banana fungal pathogen Mycosphaerella fijiensis. Mol Ecol. 2012;21:1098-114 pubmed publisher
    ..In combination with historical information, our study reveals an original and unprecedented global scenario of invasion for this recently emerging disease caused by a wind-dispersed pathogen. ..
  29. Morris C, Monteil C, Berge O. The life history of Pseudomonas syringae: linking agriculture to earth system processes. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2013;51:85-104 pubmed publisher
    ..syringae subverts the attack and defense responses of the cohabitants of the diverse environments it occupies. ..
  30. Bernardo P, Golden M, Akram M, Naimuddin -, Nadarajan N, Fernandez E, et al. Identification and characterisation of a highly divergent geminivirus: evolutionary and taxonomic implications. Virus Res. 2013;177:35-45 pubmed publisher
  31. Blanc S, Gutiérrez S. The specifics of vector transmission of arboviruses of vertebrates and plants. Curr Opin Virol. 2015;15:27-33 pubmed publisher
  32. Thach T, Ali S, de Vallavieille Pope C, Justesen A, Hovmøller M. Worldwide population structure of the wheat rust fungus Puccinia striiformis in the past. Fungal Genet Biol. 2016;87:1-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, we observed a clear subdivision within the worldwide population structure of P. striiformis and migration in the past. ..
  33. Gauffier C, Lebaron C, Moretti A, Constant C, Moquet F, Bonnet G, et al. A TILLING approach to generate broad-spectrum resistance to potyviruses in tomato is hampered by eIF4E gene redundancy. Plant J. 2016;85:717-29 pubmed publisher
    ..It may be more effective to use alleles encoding functional variants similar to those found in natural diversity. ..
  34. Larousse M, Rancurel C, Syska C, Palero F, Etienne C, Industri B, et al. Tomato root microbiota and Phytophthora parasitica-associated disease. Microbiome. 2017;5:56 pubmed publisher
    ..It contributes to the habitat extension of Pseudomonas species mediated through a physical association between the oomycete and the bacteria. ..
  35. Incarbone M, Zimmermann A, Hammann P, Erhardt M, Michel F, Dunoyer P. Neutralization of mobile antiviral small RNA through peroxisomal import. Nat Plants. 2017;3:17094 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, these results highlight organellar confinement of antiviral molecules as a novel pathogenic strategy that may have its direct counterpart in other plant and animal viruses. ..
  36. Khafif M, Balagué C, Huard Chauveau C, Roby D. An essential role for the VASt domain of the Arabidopsis VAD1 protein in the regulation of defense and cell death in response to pathogens. PLoS ONE. 2017;12:e0179782 pubmed publisher
  37. Decroocq V, Foulongne M, Lambert P, Gall O, Mantin C, Pascal T, et al. Analogues of virus resistance genes map to QTLs for resistance to sharka disease in Prunus davidiana. Mol Genet Genomics. 2005;272:680-9 pubmed
    ..We report here the co-localization of three analogues of virus resistance genes with two distinct genomic regions linked to PPV resistance in P. davidiana. ..
  38. Hebrard E, Bessin Y, Michon T, Longhi S, Uversky V, Delalande F, et al. Intrinsic disorder in Viral Proteins Genome-Linked: experimental and predictive analyses. Virol J. 2009;6:23 pubmed publisher
    ..To date, structural data are still limited to small picornaviral VPgs. Recently three phytoviral VPgs were shown to be natively unfolded proteins...
  39. Marchive C, Léon C, Kappel C, Coutos Thévenot P, Corio Costet M, Delrot S, et al. Over-expression of VvWRKY1 in grapevines induces expression of jasmonic acid pathway-related genes and confers higher tolerance to the downy mildew. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e54185 pubmed publisher
    ..These results show that VvWRKY1 can increase resistance of grapevine against the downy mildew through transcriptional reprogramming leading to activation of the jasmonic acid signalling pathway. ..
  40. Hassan S, Hugouvieux Cotte Pattat N. Identification of two feruloyl esterases in Dickeya dadantii 3937 and induction of the major feruloyl esterase and of pectate lyases by ferulic acid. J Bacteriol. 2011;193:963-70 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these effects of feruloyl esterases could facilitate soft rot disease caused by pectinolytic bacteria. ..
  41. Verhagen B, Trotel Aziz P, Jeandet P, Baillieul F, Aziz A. Improved resistance against Botrytis cinerea by grapevine-associated bacteria that induce a prime oxidative burst and phytoalexin production. Phytopathology. 2011;101:768-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these results indicate that induced resistance can be improved by treatment with bacteria or derived compounds which induced or primed plants for enhanced phytoalexin accumulation...
  42. Rondelet A, Condemine G. SurA is involved in the targeting to the outer membrane of a Tat signal sequence-anchored protein. J Bacteriol. 2012;194:6131-42 pubmed publisher
    ..We also studied the nature of the information carried by the PnlH signal sequence responsible for its targeting to the outer membrane after exportation by the Tat system. ..
  43. Jacques M, Denancé N, Legendre B, Morel E, Briand M, Mississipi S, et al. New Coffee Plant-Infecting Xylella fastidiosa Variants Derived via Homologous Recombination. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2015;82:1556-68 pubmed publisher
    ..This study demonstrates the global diversity of X. fastidiosa and highlights the diversity of strains isolated from coffee plants. ..
  44. Brito B, Aldon D, Barberis P, Boucher C, Genin S. A signal transfer system through three compartments transduces the plant cell contact-dependent signal controlling Ralstonia solanacearum hrp genes. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2002;15:109-19 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first report of such a surface signaling mechanism activating pathogenicity determinants in response to a nondiffusible plant cell wall signal...
  45. Rolland M, Glais L, Kerlan C, Jacquot E. A multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms interrogation assay for reliable Potato virus Y group and variant characterization. J Virol Methods. 2008;147:108-17 pubmed
  46. Delmotte F, Machefer V, Giresse X, Richard Cervera S, Latorse M, Beffa R. Characterization of single-nucleotide-polymorphism markers for Plasmopara viticola, the causal agent of grapevine downy mildew. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011;77:7861-3 pubmed publisher
    ..This newly developed battery of markers will provide useful additional genetic tools for population genetic studies of this important agronomic species. ..
  47. Roeckel Drevet P, Tourvieille J, Gulya T, Charmet G, Nicolas P, Tourvieille de Labrouhe D. Molecular variability of sunflower downy mildew, Plasmopara halstedii, from different continents. Can J Microbiol. 2003;49:492-502 pubmed
    ..Knowledge of the downy mildew populations' structure at the international level will help to devise strategies for controlling this potentially devastating disease. ..
  48. Girousse C, Moulia B, Silk W, Bonnemain J. Aphid infestation causes different changes in carbon and nitrogen allocation in alfalfa stems as well as different inhibitions of longitudinal and radial expansion. Plant Physiol. 2005;137:1474-84 pubmed
  49. Rosso M, Vieira P, de Almeida Engler J, Castagnone Sereno P. Proteins secreted by root-knot nematodes accumulate in the extracellular compartment during root infection. Plant Signal Behav. 2011;6:1232-4 pubmed publisher
  50. Mhedbi Hajri N, Hajri A, Boureau T, Darrasse A, Durand K, Brin C, et al. Evolutionary history of the plant pathogenic bacterium Xanthomonas axonopodis. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e58474 pubmed publisher
    ..These transfers may have favored the emergence of novel pathotypes. Finally, we argue that the largest ecological entity within X. axonopodis is the pathovar. ..
  51. Coriton O, Barloy D, Huteau V, Lemoine J, Tanguy A, Jahier J. Assignment of Aegilops variabilis Eig chromosomes and translocations carrying resistance to nematodes in wheat. Genome. 2009;52:338-46 pubmed publisher
    ..Different SSR markers present in the introgressed segments could be used in marker-assisted selection. ..
  52. Cheval C, Aldon D, Galaud J, Ranty B. Calcium/calmodulin-mediated regulation of plant immunity. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013;1833:1766-71 pubmed publisher
    ..This article is part of a Special Issue entitled: 12th European Symposium on Calcium. ..
  53. Remy E, Meyer M, Blaise F, Simon U, Kuhn D, Chabirand M, et al. The Lmgpi15 gene, encoding a component of the glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchor biosynthesis pathway, is required for morphogenesis and pathogenicity in Leptosphaeria maculans. New Phytol. 2008;179:1105-20 pubmed publisher
    ..It is concluded that the GPI anchor biosynthetic pathway is required for morphogenesis, cell wall integrity and pathogenicity in Leptosphaeria maculans. ..
  54. Baldacci Cresp F, Chang C, Maucourt M, Deborde C, Hopkins J, Lecomte P, et al. (Homo)glutathione deficiency impairs root-knot nematode development in Medicago truncatula. PLoS Pathog. 2012;8:e1002471 pubmed publisher
    ..The discovery of these specific plant regulatory elements could lead to the development of new pest management strategies against nematodes. ..
  55. Claverie M, Bosselut N, Lecouls A, Voisin R, Lafargue B, Poizat C, et al. Location of independent root-knot nematode resistance genes in plum and peach. Theor Appl Genet. 2004;108:765-73 pubmed
    ..incognita located in this subtelomeric position. We showed that plum and peach genes are independent and, thus, can be pyramided into interspecific hybrid rootstocks based on the plum and peach species. ..
  56. Nicaise V, Gallois J, Chafiai F, Allen L, Schurdi Levraud V, Browning K, et al. Coordinated and selective recruitment of eIF4E and eIF4G factors for potyvirus infection in Arabidopsis thaliana. FEBS Lett. 2007;581:1041-6 pubmed
    ..Moreover, the eIF4G selective involvement parallels eIF4E recruitment. This is the first report of a coordinated and selective recruitment of eIF4E and eIF4G factors, suggesting the whole eIF4F recruitment. ..
  57. Rolland S, Bruel C, Rascle C, Girard V, Billon Grand G, Poussereau N. pH controls both transcription and post-translational processing of the protease BcACP1 in the phytopathogenic fungus Botrytis cinerea. Microbiology. 2009;155:2097-105 pubmed publisher
    ..Evidence is presented for an autocatalytic proteolysis of the enzyme that is triggered by acidic pH. Environmental pH therefore controls Bcacp1 production at both the transcriptional and post-translational level. ..
  58. Lopez Villavicencio M, Courjol F, Gibson A, Hood M, Jonot O, Shykoff J, et al. Competition, cooperation among kin, and virulence in multiple infections. Evolution. 2011;65:1357-66 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results thus help to elucidate the myriad of theoretical considerations on the evolution of virulence by providing experimental results with a well-studied disease of wild plant populations. ..
  59. Jacquemond M, Amselem J, Tepfer M. A gene coding for a monomeric form of cucumber mosaic virus satellite RNA confers tolerance to CMV. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 1988;1:311-6 pubmed
    ..Implications of these results concerning the mechanism of satellite RNA replication are discussed. ..
  60. Rolland M, Kerlan C, Jacquot E. The acquisition of molecular determinants involved in potato virus Y necrosis capacity leads to fitness reduction in tobacco plants. J Gen Virol. 2009;90:244-52 pubmed publisher
    ..The opposite result was obtained in the host responding to the infection with necrosis. These results indicate that the emergence of necrotic isolates from a non-necrotic population is unlikely in tobacco. ..
  61. Lorieux M, Reversat G, Garcia Diaz S, Denance C, Jouvenet N, Orieux Y, et al. Linkage mapping of Hsa-1(Og), a resistance gene of African rice to the cyst nematode, Heterodera sacchari. Theor Appl Genet. 2003;107:691-6 pubmed
    ..It is possible that numerous plant resistances to a pathogen in fact exhibit a codominant inheritance, possibly explaining misleading conclusions in several reports on resistance segregation. ..
  62. Thabuis A, Lefebvre V, Bernard G, Daubèze A, Phaly T, Pochard E, et al. Phenotypic and molecular evaluation of a recurrent selection program for a polygenic resistance to Phytophthora capsici in pepper. Theor Appl Genet. 2004;109:342-51 pubmed
  63. Badreddine I, Lafitte C, Heux L, Skandalis N, Spanou Z, Martinez Y, et al. Cell wall chitosaccharides are essential components and exposed patterns of the phytopathogenic oomycete Aphanomyces euteiches. Eukaryot Cell. 2008;7:1980-93 pubmed publisher
    ..These data open new perspectives for the development of antioomycete drugs and further studies of the molecular mechanisms involved in the recognition of pathogenic oomycetes by the host plants...
  64. Quentin M, Allasia V, Pegard A, Allais F, Ducrot P, Favery B, et al. Imbalanced lignin biosynthesis promotes the sexual reproduction of homothallic oomycete pathogens. PLoS Pathog. 2009;5:e1000264 pubmed publisher
    ..arabidopsidis. Taken together, our study shows that an artificial downregulation of COMT can drastically alter the interaction of a plant with the biotic environment. ..
  65. Chong J, Baltz R, Schmitt C, Beffa R, Fritig B, Saindrenan P. Downregulation of a pathogen-responsive tobacco UDP-Glc:phenylpropanoid glucosyltransferase reduces scopoletin glucoside accumulation, enhances oxidative stress, and weakens virus resistance. Plant Cell. 2002;14:1093-107 pubmed
    ..We propose that TOGT-mediated glucosylation is required for scopoletin accumulation in cells surrounding TMV lesions, where this compound could both exert a direct antiviral effect and participate in ROI buffering. ..
  66. Pageau K, Reisdorf Cren M, Morot Gaudry J, Masclaux Daubresse C. The two senescence-related markers, GS1 (cytosolic glutamine synthetase) and GDH (glutamate dehydrogenase), involved in nitrogen mobilization, are differentially regulated during pathogen attack and by stress hormones and reactive oxygen species in N. J Exp Bot. 2006;57:547-57 pubmed
    ..The links between natural plant senescence and stress-induced senescence are discussed, as well as the potential role of GS1 and GDH in a metabolic safeguard process. ..
  67. Moury B, Fabre F, Senoussi R. Estimation of the number of virus particles transmitted by an insect vector. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007;104:17891-6 pubmed
    ..Such narrow bottlenecks emphasize the strength of stochastic events acting on virus populations, and we illustrate, in modeling virus emergence, why estimating this parameter is important. ..
  68. Dunoyer P. [The battle of Silence : action and inhibition of RNA silencing during plant/virus interactions]. Med Sci (Paris). 2009;25:505-11 pubmed publisher
    ..Here we review the mechanism of RNA silencing and its inhibition during plant/virus interactions and suggest the possible consequences of this molecular arms race on the evolution of both viral and host genomes. ..
  69. Hacquard S, Joly D, Lin Y, Tisserant E, Feau N, Delaruelle C, et al. A comprehensive analysis of genes encoding small secreted proteins identifies candidate effectors in Melampsora larici-populina (poplar leaf rust). Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2012;25:279-93 pubmed publisher
    ..This integrated and multifaceted approach helps to prioritize candidate effector genes for functional studies. ..
  70. Rieux A, de Lapeyre de Bellaire L, Zapater M, Ravigne V, Carlier J. Recent range expansion and agricultural landscape heterogeneity have only minimal effect on the spatial genetic structure of the plant pathogenic fungus Mycosphaerella fijiensis. Heredity (Edinb). 2013;110:29-38 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss the suggestion that high population size and/or high migration rate between populations might be responsible for the absence of any effect of disease control practises on genetic diversity and differentiation...
  71. Duret S, Berho N, Danet J, Garnier M, Renaudin J. Spiralin is not essential for helicity, motility, or pathogenicity but is required for efficient transmission of Spiroplasma citri by its leafhopper vector Circulifer haematoceps. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2003;69:6225-34 pubmed
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