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The project of the team « ResPom » involves several contractual partnerships:

  • ANR LabCom (Joint Laboratory) ESTIM "Evaluation de STIMulateurs de vitalité des plantes" 2016-2019
  • Investissement d'Avenir project "GENIUS: Ingénierie cellulaire : amélioration et innovation technologiques pour les plantes d’une agriculture durable" 2012-2018
  • Pro-Ca project "Implication des mécanismes épigénétiques dans la potentialisation des défenses du pommier par le Prohexadione calcium" 2016-2018
  • NOEMIS SFR project "Nouveaux Outils d'Expression Moléculaire in situ" 2016-2018
  • PEPS-CASDAR project "Evaluation et optimisation de l'utilisation de stimulateurs de défense des plantes (SDP) dans les strategies de protection phytosanitaire en verger de pommier" 2014-2018
  • ECPGR (European Cooperative Program for Plant Genetic Resources) PomeFruit C&E project "Common ECPGR protocols and tools available for Characterisation and Evalution of Malus/Pyrus genetic resources" 2017-2018
  • RFI Objectif Végétal project "Pomme d'Epi : Involvement of epigenetics in apple defense priming by elicitors" 2015-2018
  • INRA SMaCH metaprogramme project "TavInnov – Combined effects of genetic resistance, nitrogen and mechanic stresses and PDS on apple scab" 2017-2021
  • INRA BAP department QTLStim project "Résistances quantitatives du pommier à la tavelure : cartographie précise de QTLs et combinaison avec un stimulateur de défenses des plantes" 2017-2018
  • Projet Régional Griote "Integration de Données Biologiques à très grande échelle", 2013-2017
  • RFI Objectif Végétal PREDIRE project "Constitutive level of basal defences in healthy apple cultivars as predictors of multi-resistance and performance of plant defence stimulators" 2016-2018
  • Partnership with France Pomological Society (Union Pomologique de France): "Genotyping old apple and pear cultivars" 2014-2018
  • INRA BAP department TIFON project "Transfert Intergénérique et FONctionnalité d’un gène majeur de résistance à la tavelure" 2015-2017
  • INRA Metaprogramme SelGen project "Breed2Last: Optimal selection and mating accounting for non-additive genetic effects, genome diversity and Mendelian sampling terms" 2015-2017

The team ResPom is a member of several national and international networks:

  • INRA Metaprogramme SMaCH PRESUME (Pest Resistance Sustainable Management) network
  • INDRES (INDuction de Resistances / Plant pest and disease resistance induction) network
  • ELICITRA network (Integrated French network promoting the strategy of plant resistance induction by elicitors through research, training and development)
  • consortium Biocontrôle
  • INRA Metaprogramme SelGen project R2D2 "Genetical, statistical and economic efficiency of genomic selection"