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Laurence Albar DIADE, IRD, Univ Montpellier, France, France,
1 protocol

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 Author merit

Education

BTS Biotechnology, Lycée Simone Weil, Le Puy en Velay, France, 1992

Current position

Biology Engineer, Emergence and adaptation of rice, UMR IPME, IRD, Montpellier

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. Adego, A. K., Poulicard, N., Pinel-Galzi, A., Mukoye, B., Fargette, D., Were, H. K. and Hebrard, E. (2018). Full-Length Genome Sequences of Recombinant and Nonrecombinant Sympatric Strains of Rice yellow mottle virus from Western Kenya. Genome Announc 6(8).
  3. Ndikumana, I., Pinel-Galzi, A., Fargette, D. and Hebrard, E. (2017). Complete Genome Sequence of a New Strain of Rice yellow mottle virus from Malawi, Characterized by a Recombinant VPg Protein. Genome Announc 5(44).
  4. Longué, R.D.S., Galzi-Pinel, A.,Zinga,  I., Semballa,S., .Fargette, D, Barro, N., Traoré, O. (2017).Genetic diversity and molecular epidemiology of Rice yellow mottle virus in Central African Republic. Int. J. Virol
  5. 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.
  6. Ndikumana, I., Pinel-Galzi, A., Mzengeza, T., N’chimbi Msolla, S., Njau, P., Choi, Ir., Murori, R., Birigimana, J., Fargette, D., Hébrard, E. (2015). First report of Rice yellow mottle virus in rice in Malawi. Plant Disease 99 : 899
  7. Pinel-Galzi, A., Traore, O., Sere, Y., Hebrard, E. and Fargette, D. (2015). The biogeography of viral emergence: rice yellow mottle virus as a case study. Curr Opin Virol 10: 7-13.
  8. Oludare, A., Afolabi, O., Sow, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Hébrard, E., Silué, D. (2015). First Report of Rice stripe necrosis virus Infecting Rice in Benin. Plant Disease 99: 735
  9. Ochola, D., Issaka, S., Rakotomalala, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Ndikumana, I., Hubert, J., Hebrard, E., Sere, Y., Tusiime, G. and Fargette, D. (2015). Emergence of rice yellow mottle virus in eastern Uganda: Recent and singular interplay between strains in East Africa and in Madagascar. Virus Res 195: 64-72.
  10. Rakotomalala, M., Abera, B., Pinel-Galzi, A., Rakotoarisoa, J., Alemu, D., Fargette, D.  (2014). First report of Rice yellow mottle virus in rice in Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Plant Disease.  98 (10)
  11. Sereme, D., Lacombe, S., Konate, M., Bangratz, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Fargette, D., Traore, A. S., Konate, G. and Brugidou, C. (2014). Sites under positive selection modulate the RNA silencing suppressor activity of rice yellow mottle virus movement protein P1. J Gen Virol 95(Pt 1): 213-218.
  12. Longue, D. R. S., Galzi, A., Semballa, S., Zinga, I., Fargette, Denis., Traoré, O. (2014). First report of Rice yellow mottle virus in rice in the Central African Republic. Plant Disease. 98 (1), p. 162-162
  13. Poulicard, N., Pinel-Galzi, A., Fargette, D. and Hebrard, E. (2014). Alternative mutational pathways, outside the VPg, of rice yellow mottle virus to overcome eIF(iso)4G-mediated rice resistance under strong genetic constraints. J Gen Virol 95(Pt 1): 219-224.
  14. Hubert, J., Pinel-Galzi, A., Dibwe, D., Cinyabuguma, E., Kabore, A., Fargette, D., Silue, D., Hebrard, E,, Sere, Y. (2013). First report on Rice yellow mottle virus on rice in Democratic Republic of Congo. Plant Disease 97 (12) 1664
  15. Rakotomalala, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Mpunami, A., Randrianasolo, A., Ramavovololona, P., Rabenantoandro, Y. and Fargette, D. (2013). Rice yellow mottle virus in Madagascar and in the Zanzibar Archipelago; island systems and evolutionary time scale to study virus emergence. Virus Res 171(1): 71-79.
  16. Ndikumana, I.,  Pinel-Galzi, A., Negussie, Z., N’chimbi, Msolla. S., Njau, P.,  Singh, R.K., Choi, I.R., Fargette, D., Hébrard, E. (2012) First report of Rice yellow mottle virus on rice in BurundiPlant Disease 96 (8) 1230
  17. Poulicard, N., Pinel-Galzi, A., Traore, O., Vignols, F., Ghesquiere, A., Konate, G., Hebrard, E. and Fargette, D. (2012). Historical contingencies modulate the adaptability of Rice yellow mottle virus. PLoS Pathog 8(1): e1002482.
  18. Ndikumana, I., Gasoré, R., Issaka, S., Pinel-Galzi, A., Onasanya, A.,  Hassani-Mehraban, A., Fargette, D., Peters, D., Séré, Y. (2011). Rice yellow mottle virus in rice in Rwanda: first report and evidence of strain circulation. New Disease Reports 13: 18
  19. Traore, O., Pinel-Galzi, A., Issaka, S., Poulicard, N., Aribi, J., Ake, S., Ghesquiere, A., Sere, Y., Konate, G., Hebrard, E. and Fargette, D. (2010). The adaptation of Rice yellow mottle virus to the eIF(iso)4G-mediated rice resistance. Virology 408(1): 103-108.
  20. 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.
  21. Poulicard, N., Pinel-Galzi, A., Hebrard, E. and Fargette, D. (2010). Why Rice yellow mottle virus, a rapidly evolving RNA plant virus, is not efficient at breaking rymv1-2 resistance. Mol Plant Pathol 11(1): 145-154.
  22. Pinel-Galzi, A., Mpumani, A., Sangu, E., Rakotomalala, M., Traoré, O., Sérémé, D., Sorho, F., Séré, Y., Kanyeka, Z., Konaté, G., Fargette, D. (2009). Recombination, selection and clock-like evolution of Rice yellow mottle virus. Virology 394, 164-172.
  23. Sorho, F,, Pinel-Galzi, A., Traore, O., Rakotomalala, Ms., Sangu, E., Kanyeka, Z., Hebrard, E., Konte, G., Sere, Y., Fargette, D., Aké, S. (2009). Rate of Substitution, Date of Emergence and Speed of Dispersal of Rice Yellow Mottle Virus in Africa. Infection Genetics and Evolution 9 (3): 38.
  24. Traore, O., Pinel-Galzi, A., Sorho, F., Sarra, S., Rakotomalala, M., Sangu, E., Kanyeka, Z., Sere, Y., Konate, G. and Fargette, D. (2009). A reassessment of the epidemiology of Rice yellow mottle virus following recent advances in field and molecular studies. Virus Res 141(2): 258-267.
  25. Sereme, D., Lacombe, S., Konate, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Traore, V. S., Hebrard, E., Traore, O., Brugidou, C., Fargette, D. and Konate, G. (2008). Biological and molecular characterization of a putative new sobemovirus infecting Imperata cylindrica and maize in Africa. Arch Virol 153(10): 1813-1820.
  26. Traoré, M., Traoré, V., Galzi-Pinel, A., Fargette, D., Konaté, G., Traoré, A., Traoré, O. (2008). Abiotic transmission of Rice yellow mottle virus through soil and contact between plants. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 11, 900-904
  27. Fargette, D., Pinel-Galzi, A., Sereme, D., Lacombe, S., Hebrard, E., Traore, O. and Konate, G. (2008). Diversification of rice yellow mottle virus and related viruses spans the history of agriculture from the neolithic to the present. PLoS Pathog 4(8): e1000125.
  28.  Hebrard, E., Pinel-Galzi, A., Fargette, D. (2008). Virulence domain of the RYMV Genome-Linked Viral Protein VPg towards rice rymv1-2-mediated resistance. Archives of Virology 153 (6): 1161-1164
  29. Fargette, D., Pinel, A., Rakotomalala, M., Sangu, E., Traoré, O., Sérémé, D., Sorho, F., Issaka, S., Hebrard, E., Séré, Y., Kanyeka, Z., Konaté, G. (2008). Rice yellow mottle virus, an RNA plant virus, evolves as rapidly as most RNA animal viruses. Journal of Virology (82): 3584-3589
  30. Rakotomalala, M., Pinel-Galzi, A., Albar, L., Ghesquière, A., Rabenantoandro, Y., Ramavovololona, Fargette, D. (2008). Resistance to Rice yellow mottle virus in rice germplasm in Madagascar. European Journal of Pathology 122, 277-286.
  31. inel-Galzi, A., Rakotomalala, M., Sangu, E., Sorho, F., Kanyeka, Z., Traore, O., Sereme, D., Poulicard, N., Rabenantoandro, Y., Sere, Y., Konate, G., Ghesquiere, A., Hebrard, E. and Fargette, D. (2007). Theme and variations in the evolutionary pathways to virulence of an RNA plant virus species. PLoS Pathog 3(11): e180.
  32. Hebrard, E., Pinel-Galzi, A., Bersoult, A., Sire, C. and Fargette, D. (2006). Emergence of a resistance-breaking isolate of Rice yellow mottle virus during serial inoculations is due to a single substitution in the genome-linked viral protein VPg. J Gen Virol 87(Pt 5): 1369-1373.
  33. Traore, O., Pinel, A., Hebrard, E., Gumedzoe, M., Fargette, D., Traore, A., Konate, G. (2006) Occurrence and frequency of resistance-breaking isolates of Rice yellow mottle virus in the Sudan savannah zone of Africa. Plant Disease (90): 259-263
  34. Sorho, F., Pinel, A., Traore, O., Bersoult, A., Ghesquiere, A., Hebrard, E., Konate, G., Sere, Y., Fargette, D. (2005) Durability of natural and transgenic resistances in rice to Rice yellow mottle virus. European Journal of Plant Pathology 112 (4): 349-359
  35. Traore, O., Sorho, F., Pinel, A., Abubakar, Z., Banwo, O., Maley, J., Hebrard, E., Winter, S., Sere, Y., Konate, G. and Fargette, D. (2005). Processes of diversification and dispersion of rice yellow mottle virus inferred from large-scale and high-resolution phylogeographical studies. Mol Ecol 14(7): 2097-2110.
  36. Hébrard, E., Pinel-Galzi, A., Catherinot, V., Labesse, G., Brugidou, C., Fargette, D. (2005). Internal point mutations of the capsid modify the serotype of Rice yellow mottle sobemovirus. Journal of Virology (79): 4407-4414
  37. Fargette D, Pinel A, Abubakar Z, Traore O, Brugidou C, Fatogoma S, Hébrard E, Choisy M, Yacouba, S., Fauquet, C., Konate, G. (2004). Inferring the evolutionary history of Rice yellow mottle virus from genomic, phylogenetic and phylogeographic studies. Journal of Virology (78): 3252-3261
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: 405, 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 ...