Frédéric Suffert
Frédéric Suffert
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The fungal dimension of biological invasions
ML Desprez-Loustau, C Robin, M Buee, R Courtecuisse, J Garbaye, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (9), 472-480, 2007
Early stages of septoria tritici blotch epidemics of winter wheat: build‐up, overseasoning, and release of primary inoculum
F Suffert, I Sache, C Lannou
Plant Pathology 60 (2), 166-177, 2011
Relative importance of different types of inoculum to the establishment of Mycosphaerella graminicola in wheat crops in north‐west Europe
F Suffert, I Sache
Plant Pathology 60 (5), 878-889, 2011
Assessment of quantitative traits of aggressiveness in Mycosphaerella graminicola on adult wheat plants
F Suffert, I Sache, C Lannou
Plant pathology 62 (6), 1330-1341, 2013
The development of a foliar fungal pathogen does react to leaf temperature!
F Bernard, I Sache, F Suffert, M Chelle
New Phytologist 198 (1), 232-240, 2013
Effect of wheat spike infection timing on Fusarium head blight development and mycotoxin accumulation
D Siou, S Gelisse, V Laval, C Repinçay, R Canalès, F Suffert, C Lannou
Plant pathology 63 (2), 390-399, 2014
Microbiomes and pathogen survival in crop residues, an ecotone between plant and soil
L Kerdraon, V Laval, F Suffert
Phytobiomes Journal 3 (4), 246-255, 2019
Differential dynamics of microbial community networks help identify microorganisms interacting with residue-borne pathogens: the case of Zymoseptoria tritici in …
L Kerdraon, M Barret, V Laval, F Suffert
Microbiome 7, 1-17, 2019
Seasonal changes drive short-term selection for fitness traits in the wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici
F Suffert, V Ravigné, I Sache
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81 (18), 6367-6379, 2015
Some reasons why the latent period should not always be considered constant over the course of a plant disease epidemic
F Suffert, RN Thompson
Plant Pathology 67 (9), 1831-1840, 2018
Plant pathogens as agroterrorist weapons: assessment of the threat for European agriculture and forestry
F Suffert, É Latxague, I Sache
Food Security 1, 221-232, 2009
Is the onset of septoria tritici blotch epidemics related to the local pool of ascospores?
D Morais, I Sache, F Suffert, V Laval
Plant Pathology 65 (2), 250-260, 2016
The ecology of a Pythium community in relation to the epidemiology of carrot cavity spot
F Suffert, M Guibert
Applied soil ecology 35 (3), 488-501, 2007
Crop residues in wheat-oilseed rape rotation system: a pivotal, shifting platform for microbial meetings
L Kerdraon, MH Balesdent, M Barret, V Laval, F Suffert
Microbial ecology 77, 931-945, 2019
Sexual Reproduction in the Fungal Foliar Pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici Is Driven by Antagonistic Density Dependence Mechanisms
F Suffert, G Delestre, S Gélisse
Microbial ecology 77, 110-123, 2019
A thousand-genome panel retraces the global spread and adaptation of a major fungal crop pathogen
A Feurtey, C Lorrain, MC McDonald, A Milgate, PS Solomon, R Warren, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 1059, 2023
Inferring the origin of primary inoculum of Zymoseptoria tritici from differential adaptation of resident and immigrant populations to wheat cultivars
D Morais, S Gélisse, V Laval, I Sache, F Suffert
European Journal of Plant Pathology 145 (2), 393-404, 2016
Epidemiological trade‐off between intra‐and interannual scales in the evolution of aggressiveness in a local plant pathogen population
F Suffert, H Goyeau, I Sache, F Carpentier, S Gélisse, D Morais, ...
Evolutionary applications 11 (5), 768-780, 2018
Comparative pathogenicity of sexual and asexual spores of Zymoseptoria tritici (septoria tritici blotch) on wheat leaves
D Morais, V Laval, I Sache, F Suffert
Plant Pathology 64 (6), 1429-1439, 2015
A methodology for assessing the risk posed by the deliberate and harmful use of plant pathogens in Europe
E Latxague, I Sache, J Pinon, D Andrivon, M Barbier, F Suffert
EPPO bulletin 37 (2), 427-435, 2007
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