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Publications & COV


  • Soufflet-Freslon, V., Jourdan, M., Clotault, J., Huet, S., Briard, M., Peltier, D., Geoffriau, E. 2013 .Functional gene polymorphism to reveal species history: the case of the CRTISO gene in cultivated carrots.PLoS One,8(8): e70801


  • Boedo, C., Benichou, S., Berruyer, R., Bersihand, S., Lecomte, M., Dongo, A., Simoneau, P., Briard, M., Le Clerc, V. & Poupard, P. 2012. Alternaria dauci shows significant variation in aggressiveness and is a pathogen on different hosts. Plant Pathology, 61(1):63–75
  • Choubane D, Rabot A, Mortreau E, Legourrierec J, Perron T, Foucher F, Ahcène Y, Pelleschi-Travier S, Leduc N, Hamama L, Sakr S* (in press) 2012. Photocontrol of bud burst involves Gibberellins biosynthesis in Rosa sp..J. Plant Physiology, 169(13):1271-80
  • Clotault, J., Peltier, D., Soufflet-Freslon, V., Briard, M., Geoffriau, E. 2012. Differential selection on carotenoid biosynthesis genes as a function of gene position in the metabolic pathway: a study on the carrot and dicots. PLoS ONE, 7: e38724
  • Hamama L., Naouar A, Gala R. , Voisine L.,  Pierre S., Jeauffre J., Cesbron D., Leplat F., Foucher F., Dorion N. and Hibrand-Saint Oyant L. 2012. Overexpression of RoDELLA impacts the height, branching, and flowering behaviour of Pelargonium x domesticum transgenic plants. Plant Cell Reports, 31:2015–2029
  • Lecomte M., Berruyer R., Hamama L., Boedo C., Hudhomme P.,  Bersihand S., Arul J.,  N’Guyen G., Gatto J., Guilet D., Richomme P., Simoneau P., Briard M., Le Clerc  V., Poupard P. 2012. Inhibitory effects of the carrot metabolites 6-methoxymellein and falcarindiol on development of the fungal leaf blight pathogen Alternaria dauci. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 80  58-67
  • Pochon S., Terrasson E., Guillemette T., Iacomi-Vasilescu B., Georgeault S., Juchaux M., Berruyer R., Debeaujon I. Simoneau P. & Campion C. 2012. The Arabidopsis thaliana - Alternaria brassicicola pathosystem: a model interaction for investigating seed transmission of necrotrophic fungi. Plant Methods, in press
  • Rabot A., Henry C., Mortreau E., Azri W., Lothier J., Hamama L., Boumaza R.,  Leduc N., Pelleschi-Travier S., Le Gourrierec J., Sakr S. 2012. Insight Into The Role Of Sugars In Bud Burst Under Light in The Rose. Plant and Cell Physiology, 53(6):1068-82
  • Randoux M, Jeauffre J, Thouroude T, Vasseur F, Hamama L, Juchaux M, Sakr S, and Foucher F. 2012. Gibberellins regulate the transcription of the continuous flowering regulator, RoKSN, a rose TFL1 homologue. Journal of Experimental Botany,63 (18):6543–6554


  • Hamama L., Voisine L., Peltier D., Boccon-Gibod J.R, 2011. Shoot regeneration and genetic transformation by Agrobacterium tumefaciens of Hydrangea macrophylla Ser. leaf discs. Scientia Horticulturae, 127: 378-387
  • Jabbes N., Geoffriau E., Le Clerc V., Dridi B. Hannechi C, 2011. Inter Simple Sequence Repeat fingerprints for assess genetic diversity of Tunisian garlic populations. Journal of agricultural science , 3(4)77-85


  • Boedo C., Berruyer R., Lecomte M., Bersihand S., Briard M., Le Clerc V., Simoneau P., Poupard P., 2010. Evaluation of different methods for the characterization of carrot resistance to the Alternaria leaf blight pathogen (Alternaria dauci) revealed two qualitatively different resistances. Plant Pathology 59, 368-375.
  • Clotault J., Geoffriau E., Lionneton E., Briard M., Peltier D., 2010. Carotenoid biosynthesis genes provide evidence of geographical subdivision and extensive linkage disequilibrium in the carrot. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 121, 659-672.
  • Joubert A., Calmes B., Berruyer R., Pihet M., Bouchara J.P., Simoneau P., Guillemette T., 2010. Laser nephelometry applied in an automated microplate system to study filamentous fungus growth. Biotechniques 48, 399-404.


  • Benichou S., Dongo A., Henni D.E., Peltier D., Simoneau P., 2009. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite markers from the phytopathogenic fungus Alternaria dauci. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 390-392.
  • Le Clerc V., Pawelec A., Birolleau-Touchard C., Suel A., Briard M., 2009. Genetic architecture of factors underlying partial resistance to Alternaria leaf blight in carrot. Theoretical & Applied Genetics 118, 1251-1259.