Stéphanie Mallard

Stéphanie Mallard
Vilmorin · Pathology Research

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Developing cultivars carrying effective resistance against destructive pathogens has become a priority for breeders. While little is currently known about the genetic basis of durable resistance, it is generally associated with polygenic and broad-spectrum resistance. In this study, we assessed the spectrum of resistance to Phytophthora capsici con...
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Pepper is known to be a recalcitrant species to genetic transformation via Agrobacterium tumefaciens. A. rhizogenes-mediated transformation offers an alternative and rapid possibility to study gene functions in roots. In our study, we developed a new and efficient system for A. rhizogenes transformation of the cultivated species Capsicum annuum. Hy...
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Stripe rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis f. tritici, is one of the most widespread and destructive wheat diseases in areas where cool temperatures prevail. The wheat cv. Renan, carrying the specific gene Yr17, has shown effective resistance for a long time, even though some pathotypes overcame the Yr17 gene. The objectives of this study were to...
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The French wheat variety 'Camp Remy' (CR) possesses a durable, adult plant resistance to yellow rust (YR), caused by the pathogen Puccinia striiformis. Using cDNA-AFLP on different sets of heterogeneous inbred families (HIFs) derived from the cross CR x Récital, we compared gene expression profiles during one seedling and two adult developmental st...
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Yellow rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis, is one of the most damaging diseases affecting bread wheat in temperate regions. Although resistance to yellow rust is frequently overcome by new virulent races, a durable form of resistance in the French bread wheat Camp Rémy (CR) has remained effective since its introduction in 1980. We used 217 F7 rec...