23 Works

Les fruits et légumes dans l'alimentation : enjeux et déterminants de la consommation Résumé

Pierre Combris, Claire Sabbagh & Isabelle Savini

Freins et leviers à la diversification des cultures. Étude au niveau des exploitations agricoles et des filières. Rapport d'étude

Jean Marc Meynard, Antoine Messean, Aude Charlier, François Charrier, Mehand Fares, Marianne Le Bail & Marie-Benoît Magrini

Les comportements alimentaires. Quels en sont les déterminants ? Quelles actions, pour quels effets ? Résumé

Patrick Etiévant, France Bellisle, Jean Dallongeville, Fabrice Etilé, Elisabeth Guichard, Martine Padilla, Monique Romon-Rousseaux, Catherine Donnars & Anaïs Tibi

Le système agricole et alimentaire de la région Afrique du Nord - Moyen-Orient : une analyse rétrospective (1961-2012)

Pauline Marty, Stéphane Manceron, Chantal Le Mouël & Bertrand Schmitt

Data from: Unravelling hybridization in Phytophthora using phylogenomics and genome size estimation

Kris Van Poucke, Annelies Haegeman, Thomas Goedefroit, Fran Focquet, Leen Leus, Marília Horta Jung, Corina Junker, Miguel Redondo, Claude Husson, Kaloyan Kostov, Aneta Lyubenova, Petya Christova, Anne Chandelier, Slavcho Slavov, Arthur De Cock, Peter Bonants, Sabine Werres, Jonàs Palau, Benoit Marçais, Thomas Jung, Jan Stenlid, Tom Ruttink & Kurt Heungens
The genus Phytophthora comprises many economically and ecologically important plant pathogens. Hybrid species have previously been identified in at least six of the 12 phylogenetic clades. These hybrids can potentially infect a wider host range and display enhanced vigour compared to their progenitors. Phytophthora hybrids therefore pose a serious threat to agriculture as well as to natural ecosystems. Early and correct identification of hybrids is therefore essential for adequate plant protection but this is hampered...

Interesting lessons we can learn using past herbarium collections for studying forest insect pest invasions

Natalia Kirichenko, Alain Roques, Sylvie Augustin & Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde

Pleotropism of gonadotropin action

Manuela Simoni, Elia Paradiso, Véronique Lockhart, Eric Reiter, Livio Casarini, Lucie Pellissier & Pascale Crépieux

The use of cover crops to reduce nitrate leaching : Effect on the water and nitrogen balance and other ecosystem services

Eric Justes, Olivier Rechauchère & Philippe Chemineau

Freins et leviers à la diversification des cultures. Étude au niveau des exploitations agricoles et des filières

Jean Marc Meynard, Antoine Messean, Aude Charlier, François Charrier, Mehand Fares, Marianne Le Bail, Marie-Benoît Magrini & Isabelle Isabelle Savini

Disentangling responses to natural stressor and human impact gradients in river ecosystems across Europe

Rachel Stubbington, Romain Sarremejane, Alex Laini, Núria Cid, Zoltán Csabai, Judy England, Antoni Munné, Tom Aspin, Núria Bonada, Daniel Bruno-Collados, Sophie Cauvy-Fraunie, Richard Chadd, Claudia Dienstl, Pau Fortuño, Wolfram Graf, Cayetano Gutiérrez-Cánovas, Andy House, Ioannis Karaouzas, Eleana Kazila, Andrés Millán, Maria Morais, Petr Pařil, Alex Pickwell, Marek Polášek, David Sánchez-Fernández … & Thibault Datry
1. Rivers are dynamic ecosystems in which both human impacts and climate-driven drying events are increasingly common. These anthropogenic and natural stressors interact to influence the biodiversity and functioning of river ecosystems. Disentangling ecological responses to these interacting stressors is necessary to guide management actions that support ecosystems adapting to global change. 2. We analysed the independent and interactive effects of human impacts and natural drying on aquatic invertebrate communities—a key biotic group used to...

Sécheresse et agriculture. Réduire la vulnérabilité de l'agriculture à un risque accru de manque d'eau. Expertise scientifique collective. Résumé

Jean-Pierre Amigues, Philippe Debaeke, Bernard Itier, Gilles Lemaire, Bernard Seguin, Francois Tardieu, Alban Thomas, &

Fitness consequences of hybridization in a predominantly selfing species: insights into the role of dominance and epistatic incompatibilities

Josselin Clo, Joëlle Ronfort & Laurène Gay
Studying the consequences of hybridization on plant performance is insightful to understand the adaptive potential of populations, notably at local scales. Due to reduced effective recombination, predominantly selfing species are organized in highly homozygous multi-locus-genotypes (or lines) that accumulate genetic differentiation both among- and within-populations. This high level of homozygosity facilitates the dissection of the genetic basis of hybrid performance in highly selfing species, which gives insights into the mechanisms of reproductive isolation between lines....

Les variétés végétales tolérantes aux herbicides.

Michel Beckert , Yves Dessaux , Isabelle Savini & Anaïs Tibi

Genetic diversity and population structure in Vitis species illustrate phylogeographic patterns in eastern North America

Jean-Pierre Peros, Peter Cousins, Amandine Launay, Philippe Cubry, Andrew Walker, Emilce Prado, Elisa Peressotti, Sabine Wiedemann-Merdinoglu, Valérie Laucou, Didier Merdinoglu, Patrice This, Jean-Michel Boursiquot & Agnès Doligez
Geographical distribution and diversity of current plant species have been strongly shaped by climatic oscillations during the Quaternary. Analyzing the resulting divergence among species and differentiation within species is crucial to understand the evolution of taxa like the Vitis genus, which provides very useful genetic resources for grapevine improvement and might reveal original recolonization patterns due to growth habit and dispersal mode. Here, we studied the genetic structure in natural populations of three species from...

Tracking the colonization patterns of an expanding forest pest and its natural enemies using molecular markers

Mauro Simonato, Laure Sauné, Carole Kerdelhué, Emmanuelle Magnoux & Jérôme Rousselet

Global Tree-Ring Growth Evolution Neural Network (VS-GENN)

Vladimir Shishov, Ivan Tychkov, Margarita Popkova, Minhui He , Bao Yang & Philippe Rozenberg

Sécheresse et agriculture. Réduire la vulnérabilité de l'agriculture à un risque accru de manque d'eau. Expertise scientifique collective. Rapport

Jean-Pierre Amigues, Philippe Debaeke, Bernard Itier, Gilles Lemaire, Bernard Seguin, Francois Tardieu, Alban Thomas, &

Dispersal propensity and distance in relation to sex and body mass of roe deer

Aidan Jonathan Mark Hewison
Evolution should favour plasticity in dispersal decisions in response to spatial heterogeneity in social and environmental context. Sex differences in individual optimisation of dispersal decisions are poorly documented in mammals, because species where both sexes disperse are rare. To elucidate the sex-specific drivers governing dispersal, we investigated sex differences in condition-dependence in the propensity and distance of natal dispersal in one such species, the roe deer, using fine-scale monitoring of 146 GPS-collared juveniles in an...

Data from: Urbanization affects oak–pathogen interactions across spatial scales

Laura Van Dijk, Xoaquin Moreira, Anna Barr, Luis Abdala-Roberts, Bastien Castagneyrol, Maria Faticov, Bess Hardwick, Jan Ten Hoopen, Raul De La Mata, Ricardo Matheus Pires, Tomas Roslin, Dmitry Schigel, Bart Timmermans & Ayco Tack
The world is rapidly urbanizing, thereby transforming natural landscapes and changing the abundance and distribution of organisms. However, insights into the effects of urbanization on species interactions, and plant-pathogen interactions in particular, are lacking. We investigated the effects of urbanization on powdery mildew infection on Quercus robur at continental and within-city scales. At the continental scale, we compared infection levels between urban and rural areas of different-sized cities in Europe, and investigated whether plant traits,...

Bt cotton area contraction drives regional pest resurgence, crop loss, and pesticide use

Yanhui Lu, Kris AG Wyckhuys, Long Yang, Bing Liu, Juan Zeng, Yuying Jiang, Nicolas Desneux, Wei Zhang, Kongming Wu & Kris A. G. Wyckhuys
Genetically-modified crops expressing Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) proteins have been widely cultivated, permitting an effective non-chemical control of major agricultural pests. While their establishment can enable an area-wide suppression of polyphagous herbivores, no information is available on the impact of Bt crop abandonment in entire landscape matrices. Here, we detail a resurgence of the cosmopolitan bollworm Helicoverpa armigera following a contraction of Bt cotton area in dynamic agro-landscapes over 2007–2019 in North China Plain. An 80%...

Role, impacts and services provided by European livestock production. Short summary of the collective scientfic assessment report

Bertrand Dumont, Pierre Dupraz & Catherine Donnars

Registration Year

  • 2021

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  • Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique
  • National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment
  • Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Siberian Federal University
  • Estación Biológica de Doñana
  • University of Crete
  • University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • Misión Biológica de Galicia
  • National Council for Scientific Research
  • Institute for Research and Technology in Food and Agriculture