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Drissa Silué AfricaRice, Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire, Côte d'Ivoire,
1 protocol

Oumar Traoré 1 protocol

Eugénie Hébrard IPME, IRD, CIRAD, Univ Montpellier, France, France,
1 protocol

Agnès Pinel-Galzi IPME, IRD, CIRAD, Univ Montpellier, France, France,
1 protocol

Laurence Albar
  • DIADE, IRD, Univ Montpellier, France, France,
  • 1 Author merit

Education

PhD, University Paris XI, France, 1998

Current position

Research scientist, DIADE Unit, IRD, France

Publications

  1. Hebrard, E., Pinel-Galzi, A., Oludare, A., Poulicard, N., Aribi, J., Fabre, S., Issaka, S., Mariac, C., Dereeper, A., Albar, L., Silue, D. and Fargette, D. (2018). Identification of a Hypervirulent Pathotype of Rice yellow mottle virus: A Threat to Genetic Resistance Deployment in West-Central Africa. Phytopathology 108(2): 299-307.
  2. Pidon, H., Ghesquiere, A., Cheron, S., Issaka, S., Hebrard, E., Sabot, F., Kolade, O., Silue, D. and Albar, L. (2017). Fine mapping of RYMV3: a new resistance gene to Rice yellow mottle virus from Oryza glaberrima. Theor Appl Genet 130(4): 807-818.
  3. Pinel-Galzi, A., Dubreuil-Tranchant, C., Hebrard, E., Mariac, C., Ghesquiere, A. and Albar, L. (2016). Mutations in Rice yellow mottle virus Polyprotein P2a Involved in RYMV2 Gene Resistance Breakdown. Front Plant Sci 7: 1779.
  4. Orjuela, J., Deless, E. F., Kolade, O., Cheron, S., Ghesquiere, A. and Albar, L. (2013). A recessive resistance to rice yellow mottle virus is associated with a rice homolog of the CPR5 gene, a regulator of active defense mechanisms. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 26(12): 1455-1463.
  5. Hebrard, E., Poulicard, N., Gerard, C., Traore, O., Wu, H. C., Albar, L., Fargette, D., Bessin, Y. and Vignols, F. (2010). Direct interaction between the Rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) VPg and the central domain of the rice eIF(iso)4G1 factor correlates with rice susceptibility and RYMV virulence. Mol Plant Microbe Interact 23(11): 1506-1513.
  6. Thiemele, D., Boisnard, A., Ndjiondjop, M. N., Cheron, S., Sere, Y., Ake, S., Ghesquiere, A. and Albar, L. (2010). Identification of a second major resistance gene to Rice yellow mottle virus, RYMV2, in the African cultivated rice species, O. glaberrima. Theor Appl Genet 121(1): 169-179
  7. Rakotomalala, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Albar, L., Ghesquière, A., Rabenantoandro, Y., Ramavovololona, P., Fargette, D. (2008). Resistance to Rice yellow mottle virus in rice germplasm in Madagascar. Eur J Plant Pathol 122: 277–286
  8. Boisnard, A., Albar, L., Thiemele, D., Rondeau, M. and Ghesquiere, A. (2007). Evaluation of genes from eIF4E and eIF4G multigenic families as potential candidates for partial resistance QTLs to Rice yellow mottle virus in rice. Theor Appl Genet 116(1): 53-62.
  9. Albar, L., Bangratz-Reyser, M., Hebrard, E., Ndjiondjop, M. N., Jones, M. and Ghesquiere, A. (2006). Mutations in the eIF(iso)4G translation initiation factor confer high resistance of rice to Rice yellow mottle virus. Plant J 47(3): 417-426.
  10.  Kouassi, N., N’Guessan, P. P., Albar, L., Fauquet, C. C., Brugidou, C. (2005). Distribution and characterization of Rice yellow mottle virus: A threat to African farmers. Plant Dis 89: 124–133 
  11. Albar, L., Bangratz-Reyser, M., Hebrard, E., Ndjiondjop, M. N., Jones, M. and Ghesquiere, A. (2006). Mutations in the eIF(iso)4G translation initiation factor confer high resistance of rice to Rice yellow mottle virus. Plant J 47(3): 417-426.
  12. Ioannidou, D., Pinel, A., Brugidou, C., Albar, L., Ahmadi, N., Ghesquière, A., Nicole, M. M., Fargette, D. (2003). Characterisation of the effects of a major QTL of the partial resisatnce to Rice yellow mottle virus using a near-isogenic-line approach. Physiol Mol Plant Pathol 63: 213–221
  13. Feuillet, C., Travella, S., Stein, N., Albar, L., Nublat, A. and Keller, B. (2003). Map-based isolation of the leaf rust disease resistance gene Lr10 from the hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(25): 15253-15258.
  14. Ahmadi, N., Albar, L., Pressoir, G., Pinel, A., Fargette, D., Ghesquière, A. (2001). Genetic basis and mapping of the resistance to Rice Yellow Mottle Virus. III. Analysis of QTL efficiency in introgressed progenies confirmed the hypothesis of complementary epistasis between two resistance QTLs. Theor Appl Genet 103: 1084–1092
  15. Wicker, T., Stein, N., Albar, L., Feuillet, C., Schlagenhauf, E. and Keller, B. (2001). Analysis of a contiguous 211 kb sequence in diploid wheat (Triticum monococcum L.) reveals multiple mechanisms of genome evolution. Plant J 26(3): 307-316.
  16. Ndjiondjop, M-N. MN., Albar, L., Fargette, D., Fauquet, C. C., Ghesquière, A. (1999). The genetic basis of high resistance to rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) in cultivars of two cultivated rice species. Plant Dis 83: 931–935
  17.  Albar, L., Lorieux, M., Ahmadi, N., Rimbault, I., Pinel, A., Sy, A., Fargette, D., Ghesquière, A. (1998). Genetic basis and mapping of the resistance to rice yellow mottle virus. I. QTLs identification and relationship between resistance and plant morphology. Theor Appl Genet 97: 1145–1154
  18.  Albar, L., Ahmadi, N., Rimbault, I., Lorieux, M., Fargette, D., Ghesquière, A ,(1998) Genetic basis and mapping of the resistance to rice yellow mottle virus. II. Evidence of a complementary epistasis between two QTLs. Theor Appl Genet 97: 1155–1161 
  19. Ghesquiere, A., Albar, L., Lorieux, M., Ahmadi, N., Fargette, D., Huang, N., McCouch, S. R. and Notteghem, J. L. (1997). A major quantitative trait locus for rice yellow mottle virus resistance maps to a cluster of blast resistance genes on chromosome 12. Phytopathology 87(12): 1243-1249.
  20. Frey, P., Smith, J. J., Albar, L., Prior, P., Saddler, G. S., Trigalet-Demery, D. and Trigalet, A. (1996). Bacteriocin Typing of Burkholderia (Pseudomonas) solanacearum Race 1 of the French West Indies and Correlation with Genomic Variation of the Pathogen. Appl Environ Microbiol 62(2): 473-479.
1 Protocol published
Protocol for RYMV Inoculation and Resistance Evaluation in Rice Seedlings
Authors:  Agnès Pinel-Galzi, Eugénie Hébrard, Oumar Traoré, Drissa Silué and Laurence Albar, date: 06/05/2018, view: 576, Q&A: 0
Rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV), a mechanically transmitted virus that causes serious damage to cultivated rice plants, is endemic to Africa. Varietal selection for resistance is considered to be the most effective and sustainable ...