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Scientific articles 2017-2011
Book chapters : 2016-2011
Profession-oriented publications : 2016-2011
Conference proceedings : 2016-2011
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Scientific articles

2017

Morais D., Duplaix C., Sache I., Laval V., Suffert F. and Walker A.-S. 2017. The temporal genetic stability of a Zymoseptoria tritici population over a small spatiotemporal scale is little affected by the origin of the inoculum. bioRxiv 222380

Omrane, S., C. Audéon, A. Ignace, C. Duplaix, L. Aouini, G. Kema, A.-S. Walker & S. Fillinger, (2017) Plasticity of the MFS1 Promoter Leads to Multidrug Resistance in the Wheat Pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. mSphere 2. DOI: 10.1128/mSphere.00393-17

Quijada-Morin N. F. Garcia K. Lambert A.-S Walker L. Tiers M. Viaud F. Sauvage C. Hirtz & C. Saucier (2017) Strain effect on extracellular laccases activities from Botrytis cinerea. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research (in press).

Walker, A.S., V. Ravigne, A. Rieux, S. Ali, F. Carpentier & E. Fournier, (2017) Fungal adaptation to contemporary fungicide applications: the case of Botrytis cinerea populations from Champagne vineyards (France). Mol Ecol 26: 1919-1935.

2016

Kilani, J. and S. Fillinger (2016). "Phenylpyrroles: 30 years, two molecules and (nearly) no resistance." Frontiers in Microbiology  doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.02014 .

Mair, W., F. Lopez-Ruiz, G. Stammler, W. Clark, F. Burnett, D. Hollomon, H. Ishii, T.S. Thind, J.K.M. Brown, B. Fraaije, H. Cools, M. Shaw, S. Fillinger, A.-S. Walker, E. Mellado, G. Schnabel, A. Mehl & R.P. Oliver, (2016) Proposal for a unified nomenclature for target-site mutations associated with resistance to fungicides. Pest management science 72: 1449-1459.[doi]

R4P-Network (2016). "Trends and Challenges in Pesticide Resistance Detection." Trends in Plant Science 21(10): 834-853.[doi]  

REX Consortium (D. Bourguet, F. D., P. Franck, T. Guillemaud, X. Reboud, C. Vacher, A-S. Walker) (2016). "Combining selective pressures to enhance the durability of disease resistance genes." Frontiers in Plant Sicence (accepted).

Suffert, F, G. Delestre, F. Carpentier, G. Gazeau, A-S. Walker, S. Gélisse, C. Duplaix, 2016. Fashionably late partners have more fruitful encounters : Impact of the timing of co-infection and pathogenicity on sexual reproduction in Zymoseptoria tritici. Fungal Genetics and Biology 92 : 40-46 [doi]

2015

Vatsa, P., Walker A.S., Jacquens L., ClémentC., Barka E. &  Vaillant-Gaveau N., 2015. Inflorescences versus leaves: a distinct modulation of carbon metabolism process during Botrytis infection. Physiologia Plantarum 154(1) :162-77 [doi]

Walker, A.-S., P. Gladieux, V. Decognet, M. Fermaud, J. Confais, J. Roudet, M. Bardin, A. Bout, P. C. Nicot, C. Poncet & E. Fournier, 2015. Population structure and temporal maintenance of the multihost fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea: causes and implications for disease management. Environmental microbiology 17(4)-1261–1274 [doi]

S. Omrane, H. Sghyer, C. Audéon, C. Lanen, C. Duplaix, A-S. Walker and S. Fillinger, 2015. Fungicide efflux and the MgMFS1 transporter contribute to the MDR phenotype in Zymoseptoria tritici field isolates. Environmental microbiology 17(8) : 2805-2823 [doi]

2014

Gautier, A., T. Marcel, J. Confais, C. Crane, G. Kema, F. Suffert & A.-S. Walker, 2014. Development of a rapid multiplex SSR genotyping method to study populations of the fungal plant pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. BMC Research Notes 7: 373 [doi]

Laleve, A., S. Gamet, A.S. Walker, D. Debieu, V. Toquin & S. Fillinger, 2014. Site-directed mutagenesis of the P225, N230 and H272 residues of succinate dehydrogenase subunit B from Botrytis cinerea highlights different roles in enzyme activity and inhibitor binding. Environmental Microbiology 16(7) : 2253-2266 [doi]

Davanture M., Dumur J., Bataillé-Simoneau N., Campion C., Valot B., Zivy M., Simoneau P. and Fillinger S. 2014. Phosphoproteome profiles of the phytopathogenic fungi Alternaria brassicicola and Botrytis cinerea during exponential growth in axenic cultures. PROETOMICS 14(13-14) : 1639-1645 [doi]

Lalève A., Fillinger S., Walker A.-S. 2014. Fitness measurement reveals contrasting costs in homologous recombinant mutants of Botrytis cinerea resistant to succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors. Fungal Genetics and Biology 67 : 24–36 [doi]

2013

Debieu D, Bach J, Montesinos E, Fillinger S, Leroux P., 2013. Role of sterol 3-ketoreductase sensitivity in susceptibility to the fungicide fenhexamid in Botrytis cinerea and other phytopathogenic fungi. Pest Manag Sci.,69 (5) : 642-51 [doi]

Leroux, P, and A. S. Walker. 2013. Activity of fungicides and modulators of membrane drug transporters in field strains of Botrytis cinerea displaying multidrug resistance. Eur J Plant Pathol 2013; 135 : 683-693 [doi]

Leroux P., Gredt M., Remuson F., Micoud A.,  & A. S.Walker, 2013. Fungicide resistance status in French populations of the wheat eyespot fungi Oculimacula acuformis and Oculimacula yallundae. Epub 2012 Oct 16. Pest Manag Sci (GB) 2013 Jan; 69(1) : 15-26 [doi]

Schumacher J., Gautier A., Morgant G., Studt L.,Ducrot P.H., Le Pêcheur P., Azeddine S., Fillinger S., Leroux P., and Tudzynski B. 2013. A functional bikaverin biosynthesis gene cluster in rare strains of Botrytis cinerea is positively controlled by VELVET. PLoS ONE 8(1): e42520. [doi]

Walker, A. S., A Micoud, F Rémuson, J Grosman, M. Gredt, and P Leroux. 2013. French vineyards provide information that opens ways for effective resistance management of Botrytis cinerea (grey mould). Pest Manag Sci. (GB) 2013 Jun; 69(6) : 667-78 [doi].

REX-Consortium ,2013. Heterogeneity of selection and the evolution of resistance. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 110-118.

2012

Bourguet D., Delmotte F., Franck P., Guillemaud T., Reboud X., Vacher C., and Walker A.S., REX_Consortium. 2012. Heterogeneity of selection and the evolution of resistance. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, Vol. 28, No. 2. [doi]

Fillinger S., Ajouz S., Nicot P.C., Leroux P. , Bardin M., 2012. Functional and Structural Comparison of Pyrrolnitrin- and Iprodione-Induced Modifications in the Class III Histidine-Kinase Bos1 of Botrytis cinerea. PLoS ONE 7(8): e42520. [doi]

Billard A, Laval V, Fillinger S, Leroux P, Lachaise H, Beffa R, Debieu D.,2012. The allele-specific probe and primer amplification assay, a new real-time PCR method for fine quantification of single-nucleotide polymorphisms in pooled DNA. Appl Environ Microbiol. (US) 78(4):1063-1068. Epub 2011 Dec 9. PMID: 22156413 [doi]

Billard A, Fillinger S, Leroux P, Lachaise H, Beffa R, Debieu D., 2012. Strong resistance to the fungicide fenhexamid entails a fitness cost in Botrytis cinerea, as shown by comparisons of isogenic strains.Pest Manag Sci (GB) 2012; 68: 684–691 [doi]

2011

Moorman, G. W., A. S. Walker, and S. May. 2011. First report of fenhexamid-resistant Botrytis cinerea causing gray mold on Heuchera in a north american greenhouse. Plant Disease no. 96 (1):147-147. [doi]

Petit, A. N., P. Vatsa, A. S. Walker, P Leroux, M. L. Panon, C Clément, F Fontaine, and N Vaillant-Gaveau. 2011. Impact of spray timing and fungicide resistance on fungicide effectiveness against grey mould in the vineyards. Journal of Plant Pathology no. 93 (S1):S1.43-S1.51

Amselem, J., C. A. Cuomo, J. A. L. van Kan, M. Viaud, E. P. Benito, A. Couloux, P. M. Coutinho, R. P. de Vries, P. S. Dyer, S. Fillinger, E. Fournier, L. Gout, M. Hahn, L. Kohn, N. Lapalu, K. M. Plummer, J.-M. Pradier, E. Quévillon, A. Sharon, A. Simon, A. ten Have, B. Tudzynski, P. Tudzynski, P. Wincker, M. Andrew, V. r. Anthouard, R. E. Beever, R. Beffa, I. Benoit, O. Bouzid, B. Brault, Z. Chen, M. Choquer, J. r. Collémare, P. Cotton, E. G. Danchin, C. Da Silva, A. l. Gautier, C. Giraud, T. Giraud, C. Gonzalez, S. Grossetete, U. Guldener, B. Henrissat, B. J. Howlett, C. Kodira, M. Kretschmer, A. Lappartient, M. Leroch, C. Levis, E. Mauceli, C. Neuvéglise, B. Oeser, M. Pearson, J. Poulain, N. Poussereau, H. Quesneville, C. Rascle, J. Schumacher, B. a. Ségurens, A. Sexton, E. Silva, C. Sirven, D. M. Soanes, N. J. Talbot, M. Templeton, C. Yandava, O. Yarden, Q. Zeng, J. A. Rollins, M.-H. Lebrun & M. Dickman, 2011. Genomic Analysis of the Necrotrophic Fungal Pathogens Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Botrytis cinerea. PLoS Genet 7: e1002230.[doi]

Petit, A. N., N. Vaillant-Gaveau, A. S. Walker, P. Leroux, F. Baillieul, M. L. Panon, C. Clement, and F. Fontaine. 2011. Effects of fludioxonil on Botrytis cinerea and on grapevine defence response. Phytopathologia Mediterranea no. 50 (1):130-138.

Walker, A.-S., A. l. Gautier, J. Confais, D. Martinho, M. Viaud, P. Le Pécheur, J. Dupont & E. Fournier, 2011. Botrytis pseudocinerea, a new cryptic species causing grey mould in French vineyards in sympatry with Botrytis cinerea. Phytopathology. (US) vol 101(12), 1433-1445 [doi]

Mernke, D., S. Dahm, A.-S. Walker, A. Lalève, S. Fillinger, M. Leroch & M. Hahn, 2011. Two promoter rearrangements in a drug efflux transporter gene are responsible for the appearance and spread of multidrug resistance phenotype MDR2 in B. cinerea isolates in French and German vineyards. Phytopathology (US) vol 101(10), 1176-1182. [doi]

Ajouz S., Walker AS., Fabre P., Leroux P., Nicot PC., Bardin M., 2011. Variability of Botrytis cinerea sensitivity to pyrrolnitrin, an antibiotic produced by biological control agents. BioControl (NL), only first[doi]

Walker AS., Bouguennec A., Confais J., Morgant G., Leroux P., 2011. Evidence of host-range expansion from new powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis) infections of triticale (x triticosecale) in France. Plant Pathology (GB), vol 60 n°2, 207-220 [doi]

Leroux P., Walker AS., 2011. Multiple mechanisms account for resistance to sterol 14a-demethylation inhibitors infield isolates of Mycosphaerella graminicola. Pest Management Science (GB), vol 67, 44-59 [doi]

Liu W., Soulié MC, Périno C., Fillinger S., 2011. The osmosensing signal transduction pathway from Botrytis cinerea regulates cell wall integrity and MAP kinase pathways control melanin biosynthesis with influence of light. Fungal Genetics and Biology (US), vol 48, 377-387, [doi]

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Book chapters

Elad, Y., M. Vivier & S. Fillinger, 2016. Botrytis, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. In: Botrytis – the Fungus, the Pathogen and its Management in Agricultural Systems. S. Fillinger & Y. Elad (eds). Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-15.

Fillinger, S. & A.-S. Walker, 2016. Chemical Control and Resistance Management of Botrytis Diseases. In: Botrytis – the Fungus, the Pathogen and its Management in Agricultural Systems. S. Fillinger & Y. Elad (eds). Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 189-216.

Walker, A.-S., 2016. Diversity Within and Between Species of Botrytis. In: Botrytis – the Fungus, the Pathogen and its Management in Agricultural Systems. S. Fillinger & Y. Elad (eds). Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 91-125.

Billard, A., Fillinger S., Leroux P., Bach J., Lanen C., Lachaise H., Beffa R. & Debieu D., 2011. Fenhexamid Resistance in the Botrytis Species Complex, Responsible for Grey Mould Disease. In: Fungicides - Beneficial and Harmful Aspects. N. Thajuddin (ed). InTech, pp. 61-78.

Debieu, D. & P. Leroux, 2015. Sterol Biosynthesis Inhibitors: C-4 Demethylation. In: Fungicide Resistance in Plant Pathogens: Principles and a Guide to Practical Management. H. Ishii & W.D. Hollomon (eds). Tokyo: Springer Japan, pp. 217-231.

Penaud, A. & A.-S. Walker, 2015. Oilseed Rape Pathogens in France. In: Fungicide Resistance in Plant Pathogens: Principles and a Guide to Practical Management. H. Ishii & W.D. Hollomon (eds). Tokyo: Springer Japan, pp. 389-399.

Walker, A.-S. & P. Leroux, 2015. Grapevine Gray Mold in France. In: Fungicide Resistance in Plant Pathogens: Principles and a Guide to Practical Management. H. Ishii & W.D. Hollomon (eds). Tokyo: Springer Japan, pp. 419-432.

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Profession-oriented publications

Leroux P. & Walker A.-S., 2015. Les inhibiteurs respiratoires du complexe III résisteront-ils tous? Phytoma-La Défense des Végétaux 684: 37-44.

REX_Consortium, 2013. Gestion des résistances. L'importance des modalités de déploiement des substances. Phytoma-La Défense des Végétaux, 669: 10-14.

R4P, 2014. Une première en Avignon : les JER, Journées d’Echanges sur les Résistances. Phytoma – La Défense des Végétaux. 670 :7-9.

R4P, 2015. JER 2015 à Dijon : les résistances sur le grill. Phytoma – La Défense des Végétaux. 684 :10-12.

Walker AS., Fournier E., 2012. Botrytis, la vigne voit double. Phytoma - La Défense des Végétaux, vol 659, 16-21

Billard A., Walker AS., Fillinger S., Leroux P., Lachaise H., Beffa R., Debieu D., 2011. Le fenhexamid et la vigne, mécanismes de résistance décryptés chez l’agent de la pourriture grise. Quelles conséquences pratiques au vignoble ? Phytoma - La Défense des Végétaux, vol 648, 40-45

Walker AS., Confais J., Martinho D., Leroux P., 2011. Septoriose et résistance aux fongicides. Enseignements de la saison 2010, notamment concernant les souches émergentes sur blé. Phytoma - La Défense des Végétaux, vol 641, 9-11

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Conference proceedings

Walker, A., A. Lalève, S. Gamet, V. Toquin, D. Debieu & S. Fillinger, 2014. From enzyme to fungal development or how Sdhb mutations impact on respiration, fungicide resistance and fitness in the grey mold agent Botrytis cinerea. In: Modern Fungicides and Antifungal Compounds. D.H. Dehne DW, Fraaije B, Gisi U, Hermann D, Mehl A, Oerke EC, Russell PE, Stammler G, Kuck KH and Lyr H. (ed). Friedrichroda, Germany: DPG Spectrum Phytomedizin, pp. 177-182.

Fillinger, S., S. Omrane, H. Sghyer, C. Lanen, L. Aouini, G. Kema & A. Walker, 2014. Characterization of molecular mechanisms underlying the multi-drug resistant phenotypes of Mycosphaerella graminicola field isolates. In: Modern Fungicides and Antifungal Compounds. D.H. Dehne DW, Fraaije B, Gisi U, Hermann D, Mehl A, Oerke EC, Russell PE, Stammler G, Kuck KH and Lyr H. (ed). Friedrichroda, Germany: DPG Sprectrum Phytomedizin, pp. 111-116.

Walker, A.S. & E. Fournier, 2014. Habitat- and host-specific differentiation in the multihost pathogen Botrytis cinerea and evidence for fungicide selection in populations. In: Modern Fungicides and Antifungal Compounds VII. D.H. Dehne DW, Fraaije B, Gisi U, Hermann D, Mehl A, Oerke EC, Russell PE, Stammler G, Kuck KH and Lyr H. (ed). Friedrichroda, Germany: DSG - Spectrum Phytomedizin, pp. 167-172.

Warangot, L., A. S. Walker, and M Delos. 2012. Résultats du réseau d'essai de suivi des résistances de la septoriose et de l'oïdium aux fongicides (AFPP). In 10ème Conférence Internationale sur les Maladies des Plantes, edited by AFPP. Tours, France

Walker, AS., JY. Maufras, and C Maumene. 2012. Etat des lieux de la résistance aux fongicides chez Microdochium majus et nivale et conséquences pratiques. Paper read at 10ème Conférence sur les Maladies des Plantes, 3-5 décembre 2012, at Tours, France

Walker, A. S., A Micoud, F Remuson, M. Gredt, and P Leroux. 2012. Status of fungicide resistance in Botrytis cinerea in French vineyards and resistance management. In Patholux. Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg.

Azeddine, S, A. S. Walker, and S. Fillinger. 2012. Charactérisation du gène cyp684 responsable de la résistance au fenhexamid chez Botrytis pseudocinerea. In 10ème conférence internationale sur les maladies des céréales. Tours, France, 3-5 décembre 2012: AFPP.

Walker, A. S., P Leroux, Couleaud G., and C Maumene. 2012. Evolution de la résistance de type MDR chez l'agent de la septoriose du blé et évaluation du risque en pratique. In 10ème Conférence Internationale sur les Maladies des Plantes. Tours, France: AFPP

Walker, A. S., and E. Fournier. 2012. Botrytis pseudocinerea, une nouvelle espèce distincte de B. cinerea responsable de la pourriture grise de la vigne. In 10ème Conférence Internationale sur les Maladies des Plantes, edited by AFPP. Tours, France.

Bardet, A, and A. S. Walker. 2012. Pourriture grise du fraisier. Résistance aux fongicides chez Botrytis cinerea.+ Infos CTIFL no. 286:35-39.

Durand, T, A Micoud, F Remuson, A. S. Walker, and M Delos. 2012. Résultats du réseau d'essai de suivi des résistances du piétin-verse aux fongicides (AFPP) et dynamique des épidémies. In 10ème Conférence Internationale sur les Maladies des Plantes, edited by AFPP. Tours, France

Omrane, S, S. Fillinger, and A. S. Walker. 2012. Caractérisation du mécanisme MDR (MultiDrug Resistance) chez les souches de Mycosphaerella graminicola fortement résistantes aux fongicides IDM. In 10ème Conférence Internationale sur les Maladies des Plantes, edited by AFPP. Tours.

Walker, A.S., Confais, J., Martinho D., Couleaud, G., Beauvallet, C.G., Maumené, C., Leroux, P. 2011. Recent evolution of fungicide resistance in French populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola. Crop protection in Southern Britain A.o.A. Biologists,. Cambridge (UK). 23-24/02/2011. Aspects of Applied Biology 2011 No. 106 pp. 83-90 ISSN 0265-1491

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