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Pathologie vegetale

Zone de texte éditable et éditée et rééditée

Defended theses (2000-2018)

2018

BOUAOUD Yousra

Biological control against gray rot of greenhouse tomatoes in Algeria

FORGES Marine

The UV-C radiation : a means of struggle to boost the defenses of strawberry and tomato plants during cultivation and improve quality/conservation of fruit after harvest

MACIA Julie

Identification and tests of devitalization methods on trees which induce risks on dikes and dams

OMRANI Mariem

Characterization of genetic and molecular determinants of apricot resistance to bacterial canker and analysis of associated risks

2017

ROUBAL Christophe

Apple scab and peacoq leaf spot: epidemiological models using methods based on biological observations acquired in orchards

TAMISIER Lucie

Adaptation of viral populations to plant resistance and exploitation of plant genetic resources to control this adaptation

2016

BORSCHINGER Benoit

Process of ecological engineering in plant health: study of the role of orchard ground cover plants in the emergence of fruit tree diseases caused by Pseudomonas syringae

ROUSSEAU Elsa

Effect of genetic drift and selection on plant resistance durability to viruses

2014

BARTOLI Claudia

Importance of environmental habitats as a reservoir of phytopathogenic bacteria and their role in the evolution of pathogenicity traits AGR/12

2013

ABRO Manzoor

Nitrogen fertilization of the host plant influences susceptibility, production and pathogenicity of Botrytis cinerea secondary inoculum, as well as the efficacy of biological control

BALIQUE Fanny

Detection and potential impact of Tobamovirus in humans

BEN TAMARZIZT Hana

Adaptation du virus de la mosaïque du concombre à une résistance polygénique du piment

QUENOUILLE Julie

Genetic and functional bases of the durability of polygenic resistance to Potato virus Y (PVY) in pepper (Capsicum annuum)

ROMAY Gustavo

Etude de la diversité et de l’évolution des principaux virus infectant les cultures maraîchères en France et au Venezuela

2011

MONTEIL Caroline

The ecology of Pseudomonas syringae in watersheds: towards a model of transfer from natural habitats to agrosystems

2009

AJOUZ Sakhr

Estimate of potential resistance of Botrytis cinerea to biofungicides

2008

JANZAC Béranger

Breakdown risk assessment and durable management of potyvirus resistances in pepper

KONE Daouda

Contribution to the study of foliar fungi on banana in Côte d'Ivoire: morphological characterization and pathogenicity of Mycosphaerella fijiensis var. difformis Morelet, Cladosporium musae Mason, Deightoniella torulosa (Syd.) Ellis et Cordana musae Zim.; susceptibility to some fungicides

YAKOUBI Soumaya

Study of viral diseases of cucurbitaceae in Tunisia: analyze of the biological, serological and molecular variability of two potyviruses and characterization of emerging virus

2007

DALMON Anne

Biologic and molecular characterization of two criniviruses of tomato and genetic structure of Bemisia tabaci populations

2005

AYME Valérie

Resistance-breaking mechanisms and evaluation of resistance durability in the pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) – Potato virus Y (PVY) interaction

2002

RIFFAUD Christine

La bactériose du melon : écologie et stratégies de lutte contre Pseudomonas syringae pv aptata"

2001

FRUIT Laetitia

"Etude des facteurs d'efficacité d'un agent de lutte biologique (Ulocladium atrum) pour la protection des plaies d'effeuillage sur tomate contre Botrytis cinerea

2000

MOREL Caroline

Molecular determinants of virulence of a potato virus Y (PVY) strain that breaks down the resistance of Lycopersicon hirsutum PI247087

See also

All the theses on line in the ProdInra database: bibliographic database that contains publications of the INRA's research units.

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