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Grants

2019-2021. “Atipical"
“Actualisation et pérennisation des connaissances et des ressources biologiques et moléculaires sur les maladies foliaires de colza”
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: Terres Inovia (A. Penaud), Geves (P. Bagot), INRA IGEPP (L. Bousset)
Funding: Casdar (Ministère en charge de l’agriculture)

 
2018-2019. “ChromaDyn"
“Deciphering the influence of chromatin dynamics on the expression of effector genes in a leaf-penetrating fungal pathogen”
Coordination: I. Fudal
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2017-2019. “Phytoadapt"
“Adaptation à de nouvelles espèces non-hôtes chez les champignons phytopathogènes des grandes cultures”
Coordination: JL. Soyer
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2017-2019. “MoGeR"
“Des connaissances à la modélisation : vers un outil de simulation convivial pour tester des scénarios de gestion des résistances variétales dans le cas du Phoma du colza”.
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: Agrosolutions groupe InVivo, INRA-BIOGER (F. Carpentier, BIOGER, Equipe "Epidémiologie des maladies fongiques du blé"), INRA-ISA (S. Touzeau)
Funding: INRA metaprogramme SMaCH

 
2016. "Effector evolution across diverse (phytopathogenic) fungal genomic landscapes".
Visit of Ralph Dean, senior scientist, in BIOGER.
Coordination: T. Rouxel
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2015-2018. “StructuraLep".
“Structural and functional characterization of Leptosphaeria maculans effectors and of their interactants”.
Coordination: I. Fudal
Partner:  UMR CNRS-CEA-Université Paris-Sud I2BC
Funding: ANR (Appel « Génériques, Défi sociétal: Sécurité alimentaire et défi démographique”)

 
2015-2019. “MetaPhoR"
“Exploitation des données de métatranscriptomique issues de “LeptoLife" pour l’identification et le suivi de nouvelles sources de résistance au phoma chez le colza”
Coordination: T. Rouxel
Partners: INRA-IGEPP, Genoscope
Funding: Promosol

 
2015-2017. “DynamiC-Rlm7"
“Territoires, idéotypes et dynamique adaptative : acquisition de critères d'objectivation de l'état du contournement de la résistance Rlm7 du colza au phoma”
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partner: In Vivo-Agrosolutions
Funding: Projet ANR du Labex BASC, appel “innovation en partenariat”

 
2014-2017. Funding of the PhD thesis of Julie Gervais
“Identification et analyse fonctionnelle des effecteurs tardifs impliqués dans la colonisation systémique du colza par Leptosphaeria maculans
Coordination: MH. Balesdent

PhD thesis supervisor: T. Rouxel
Funding: INRA-CETIOM

 
2014-2015. “La distribution des nucléosomes chez les champignons filamenteux phytopathogènes joue-t-elle un rôle dans le contrôle de l’expression des effecteurs ?”
Coordination: I. Fudal
Partner: UR INRA MYCSA.
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2014. Projet France Génomique “LeptoLife”
“Un projet de transcriptomique et de métagénomique pour explorer les phases “cachées” du cycle infectieux de Leptosphaeria maculans
Coordination: T. Rouxel
Partners: UMR INRA-IGEPP, Genoscope.
Funding: France génomique

 
2013-2017. ANR “GANDALF”
“Génomique et adaptation des traits d’histoire de vie des champignons impliqués dans les interactions avec la plante hôte”
Coordination: François Delmotte (INRA Bordeaux)
Partners: ESE, INRA-BGPI, INRA-BIOGER (EPLM + équipe Epidémiologie), INRA-SAVE, INRA-IAM, INRA-BIOGECO, IRHS, INRA-URGI, LIPM
Funding: ANR (BioAdapt)

 
2013-2014. “Caractérisation temporelle du cortège de micro-organismes associés aux résidus de culture de colza infectés par Leptosphaeria maculans
Coordination: V. Laval
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2012-2016 : Projet CTPS “ICoSCoP”.
“Intégration des nouvelles connaissances sur les interactions plantes-champignon pour développer des stratégies de gestion des résistances du colza au Phoma”
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: F. Carpentier (BIOGER, Equipe "Epidémiologie des maladies fongiques du blé"), R. Delourme (INRA-IGEPP), M. Leflon (Terres Inovia), M-H. Jeoffroy (INRA Agronomie)
Funding: ONEMA (following AAP Casdar CTPS)

 
2012-2016 : "K-Masstec"
“Knowledge-driven design of management strategies for stem canker specific resistance genes”.
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: F. Carpentier (BIOGER, Equipe "Epidémiologie des maladies fongiques du blé"), R. Delourme (INRA-IGEPP), M. Leflon (Terres Inovia)
Funding: MétaProgramme INRA SMaCH

 
2010-2014 : “Caractérisation de gènes de résistance, de gènes d’avirulence et de facteurs d’agressivité dans l’interaction L. maculans-colza”
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Funding: CETIOM (terres Inovia)

 
2010-2013. ANR “Fungisochores”
“Isochores and effectors: genome reshaping and the birth of highly pathogenic species in fungal phytopathogens”

Coordination: T. Rouxel
Partners: INRA URGI (Versailles), INRA-PACE (Angers).
Funding: ANR

 
2008-2011: ANR Génoplante AVirLep
“A whole-genome-based search for Leptosphaeria maculans avirulence and aggressiveness genes to improve management of resistance genes of oilseed rape to stem canker disease”.
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: INRA IGEPP (H. Brun, R. Delourme, A-M. Chèvre), CETIOM-Terres Inovia (X. Pinochet), Biogemma (B. Grezes-Besset).
Funding: ANR Génoplante

 
2008-2010 : “Genèse et évolution d’une virulence au sein d’un locus d’avirulence complexe impliqué dans la fitness fongique : cas du modèle d’interaction AvrLm4-7/Rlm7 chez Leptosphaeria maculans”.
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Funding: INRA SPE

 
2002-2006 : Marie Curie Training Site FunGene
“Comparative genome organisation in Leptosphaeria maculans and related filamentous fungi”.
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Funding: European Union (Marie Curie Training Site)

 
1996-2000 : European project “IMASCORE”
“Integrated strategies for the management of stem canker of oilseed rape in Europe”
Coordination: MH. Balesdent
Partners: Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA); Lisbonne, Portugal. University of Göttingen, Allemagne. Rothamsted Experimental Station, (IACR)-Rothamsted, Harpenden UK. CETIOM, France. Institute of Plant Genetics (IGR), Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Pologne. DSV (Deutsche Saatveredelung), Lippstadt, Allemagne. Semences Cargill, France.
Funding: Union Européenne (FAIR 4ème PCRD)