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8th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases

Abstracts are available in Phytopathologia Mediterranea 51 (2) 410-452

Abstract

The 8th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases was held in Valencia, Spain, on June 18–21 2012. The meeting was attended by 120 participants and 103 papers were presented either as oral or poster presentations in four sessions: Pathogen Detection and Characterization, Epidemiology, Host-Pathogen Interaction and Disease Management. A special session was dedicated on implications of trunk diseases for grapevine nurseries with five invited presentations, followed by several oral and poster presentations. A field trip to the Utiel-Requena wine-producing area was undertaken on June the 20th, including visits to vineyards and a winery.

The workshop is the 8th organised by members of the International Council on Grapevine Trunk Diseases (www.icgtd.org), a subject matter committee of the International Society for Plant Pathology (www.isppweb.org).

Members of our group presented oral communications and posters

P Larignon. Assessment of quality of plants in French grapevine nurseries with regard to fungi involved in wood diseases.

E Bruez , J Vallance, J Gerbore, P Lecomte, L Guerin-Dubrana, P Rey. Endophytic microflora of woody tissue of healthy and trunk diseased-grapevines.

P Larignon. Studies on the role of pruning wounds in infection by Phaeocremonium aleophilum and Diplodia seriata in France.

P Lecomte, G Darrieutort, P Pieri, P Rey, M  Fermaud. Esca development in France over the last decade.

L Guérin-Dubrana, JC Labrousse, S. Bastien, P Rey, A. Gégout-Petit. Statistical analysis of the grapevines mortality associated with foliar expression of Esca or Eutypa dieback.

J Grosman, B. Doublet, P. Lecomte, L. Guerin-Dubrana, P. Rey. The French Grapevine Trunk Wood Diseases Survey: overview of the data obtained over the last decade.

M Magnin-Robert, E Abou-Mansour, A Spagnolo, L Mercier, C Clement, F Fontaine. Defence responses in green stems, cordon and trunk of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Chardonnay in response to esca proper and apoplexy.

A Spagnolo, M Magnin-Robert, Td Alayi, C Cilindre, L Mercier, C Schaeffer-Reiss, A Van Dors-Selaer, C. Clément, F Fontaine. Physiological changes in green stems of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Chardonnay in response to esca proper and apoplexy revealed by proteomic analysis.

M Ramírez-Suero , J Chong , S Farine, F Kieffer-Mazet, F Pensec, I Gacougnolle, Y Leva, P Larignon, P Kuntzmann, E Abou-Mansour, M Magnin-Robert, F Fontaine, C Bertsch. Effect of Neofusicoccum parvum and Diplodia seriata extra-cellular compounds on defence gene expression in Vitis vinifera cv. Chardonnay and cv. Gewurztraminer calli.

E Abou-Mansour, JL Débieux, C Rego, P Larignon. Neofusicoccum parvum a prolific source of secondary metabolites.

J Gerbore, N Magnin, E Bruez, J Vallance, D Grizard, C Regnault-Roger, P Rey. Control of a fungus involved in grapevine trunk disease (Esca) by using the oomycete, Pythium oligandrum:analysis of the induced resistance.

V Viguès, O Yobregat, B Mille, F Bérud, V Ayme-Sevenier, C Baptiste, P Larignon. Wood decay diseases in grapevine nursery: focus on scion cuttings and rootstocks.

V Dumot, G Snakkers, P Larignon, P Lecomte, P Retaud, S David, E Menard, L Lurton. Effects of cultural practices on grapevine trunk diseases: results of a long-term experiment.

A Spagnolo, M Magnin-Robert, P Larignon, C Clément, F Fontaine. Preliminary screening for the possible biological control activity of a Chaetomium sp. isolate on grapevine trunk disease agents.

P Larignon, C Baptiste, Jf Mallet, Jp Granier, P Bloy. Use of a green-grafting technique for plant sanitation in the control of grapevine wood pathogens.

V Dumot, G Snakkers, P Larignon, P Lecomte, P Retaud, S David, E Menard, L Lurton. Protection of pruning wounds against the trunk diseases: results of a long-term experimentation.