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10th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases

Abstracts are available in Phytopathologia Mediterranea 56 (3) 513-588

Members of our group presented oral communications and posters

Oral communications

Session Pathogen characterization and identification

  • Moisy C, Berger G, Flutre T, Bidel L, Peros JP, Le Cunff L. Quantitative assessment of grapevine wood colonization by fungal pathogens for association genetics studies.

Session Epidemiology

  • Larignon P. Effect of sodium arsenite on the life cycles of pathogenic agents involved in wood grapevine diseases.
  • Yobregat O, Larignon P, Mille B, Bloy P, Carcenac D, Saccharin P, Dias F, Charlot S. Study of the contamination kinetics of young plants by fungi responsible for grapevine trunk diseases, from plant material produced free from pathogens.
  • Li S, Cao Y, Morais D, Bastien S, Bonnardot V, Gegout-Petit A, Guérin-Dubrana L. Spatiotemporal modelling of Esca complex grapevine disease at vineyard scale (abstract)
  • Claverie M. Building a conceptual model of GTDs.

Session Plant Pathogen interaction

  • Berlanas C, Songy A, Clément C, Fontaine F, Gramaje D. Variation amongst ‘tempranillo’ clones in susceptibility to Neofusicoccum parvum.
  • Cardot C, Mappa G, Vriet C, La Camera S, Ferrari G, Coutos-Thevenot P. Study of molecular mechanisms during the interaction between three grapevine cultivars and Eutypa lata.
  • Stempien E, Goddard ML, Leva Y, Benard-Gellon M, Laloue H, Farine S, Kieffer-Mazet F, Tarnus C, Bertsch  C, Chong J. Defense responses induced by extracellular proteins produced by botryosphaeriaceae on Vitis cells.
  • Trotel-Aziz P, Abou-Mansour E, Courteaux B, Rabenoelina F, Guise JF, Clément C, Aziz A, Fontaine F. Secondary metabolites produced by neofusicoccum parvum differentially contribute to the trunk disease expression in grapevine.

Session Microbial ecology

  • Compant S, Rey P, Bruez E and collaborators. Main achievements and future prospects in GTDs microbial ecology.
  • Pinto C, Custodio V, Songy A, Gantet M, Clément C, Gomes AC, Fontaine F. Deep analysis of the grapevine associated microorganisms: their biocontrol capacity against botryosphaeria dieback agents, grapevine colonisation and biotechnological potential.
  • Bruez E, Larignon P, Bertsch C, Rey P, Fontaine F. Comparison of the wood-microbiome from Grapevine Trunk Disease-plants, treated or not with sodium arsenite (abstract)
  • Bruez E, Anatole-Mounier L, Vallance J, Bussière S, Denaix L, Rey P, Thiéry D (2017) High concentration of copper in vineyard soil favours the development of wood necrosis caused by the Botryosphaeria dieback pathogen Neofusicoccum parvum (résumé)

Session Disease management in both nursery and vineyard

  • Ouadi L, Bruez E, Bastien S, Domec JC, Rey P. Highlights on ecophysiological changes in Escadiseased grapevines in comparison to healthy plants (abstract)
  • Goddard ML, Boos A, Larignon P, Fontaine F, Bertsch C, Tarnus C. Arsenite experiments in the program casdar v1301 - arsenic speciation in grapevines and impact on fungal population.
  • Vallet J, Robert-Siegwald R, Guillier C, Goddard ML, Bruez E, Adrian M, Trouvelot S, Jacquens L, Songy A, Clément C, Rey P, Tarnus C, Bertsch C, Larignon P, Lebrun  MH, Fontaine F. Sodium arsenite application on plants expressing grapevine trunk diseases-foliar symptoms: impact on grapevine physiology. (abstract)
  • Haidar R, Bruez E, Roudet J, Deschamps A, Rey P, Fermaud M Screening and modes of action of antagonistic bacteria to control two fungal pathogens, Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and Neofusicoccum parvum, involved in grapevine trunk diseases. (abstract)
  • Rezgui A, Vallance J, Ben Ghnaya Chakroun A, Bruez E, Sadfi-Zouaoui N, Rey P Study of Lasidiodiplodia pseudotheobromae, Neofusicoccum parvum and Schizophyllum commune, three pathogenic fungi associated with Grapevine Trunk Diseases in the Northern region of Tunisia. (abstract)
  • Yacoub A, Magnin N, Gerbore J, Bruez E, Compant S, Ezra D, Gramaje D, Karaffa E, Mugnai L, Rey P Grapevine and trunk pathogen transcriptomic changes induced by the root biocontrol agent Pythium oligandrum. (abstract)


  • Bellée A, Comont G, Nivault A, Abou-Mansour E, Coppin C, Dufour MC, Corio-Costet MF (2017) Life traits of four Botryosphaeriaceae species and molecular responses of different grapevine cultivars or hybrids. (abstract)
  • Bruez E, Renault D, Sayeh A, Bastien S, Lecomte P, Diarra B, Vallance J, Rey P (2017) Cartography of the wood-microbiome of various grapevine cultivars planted in 7 French regions and expressing or not Esca-foliar symptoms. (abstract)
  • Bruez E, Jimenez GE*, Luque J, Rey P (2017) Comparison of fungal and bacterial microflora of grapevines expressing or not esca-foliar symptoms in Northeastern Spain (abstract)
  • Bruez E, Larignon P, Compant S, Rey P (2017) Effect of the hot water treatment used in nurseries on pathogenic fungi inhabiting grapevine wood and involved in GTDs. (abstract)
  • Comont G,Mayet V, Nivault A, Coppin C, Bellée A, Corio-Costet MF (2017) Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with grapevine in France: distribution, phylogeny and virulence. (abstract)
  • Guérin-Dubrana L, Benedetti B, Morais D, Mugnai L (2017) Grapevine trunk diseases in European and Mediterranean vineyards: a survey for assessing their distribution and the associated cultural factors. (abstract)
  • Lecomte P, Diarra B, Carbonneau A, Rey P, Chevrier C (2017) Esca of grapevine and training practices in france: results of a 10-year survey. p575
  • Letousey P, Benetreau C, Bonnisseau M, Boulisset F, Cadiou M, Carrier M, Coppin C, Dubournet P, Fontaine F, Germain C, Goulet E, Grosjean-Cournoyer MC, Lambert MJ, Larignon P, Lecomte P, Pagot E, Profizi C, Rancon F, Rey P, Sineux M, Valette L, Yacoub A, Zekri O (2017) Advantage: a French collaborative Project for the development of new protection products and services for the setting up of a durable protection strategy against Grapevine Trunk Diseases, from nursery to vineyard. p576
  • Marais A, Nivault A, Faure C, Theil S, Comont G, Candresse T, Corio-Costet MF (2017) Characterization of new mycoviruses identified by NGS from Botryospheriaceae species involved in grapevine trunk diseases. (abstract)
  • Mary S, Lecomte P, Laveau C, Roby JP (2017) Rootstock impact and graft type on foliar symptom expression of esca on Vitis vinífera cv. Cabernet-Sauvignon. p577-578.
  • Nivault A, Comont G, Marais A,Dufour MC,Corio-Costet MF (2017) Life-traits history of Botryosphaeriaceae spp. found in French vineyard: aggressiveness, fungicide sensitivity, growth rates and mycovirus. (abstract)
  • Osti F, Lecomte P, Diarra B, Gramaje D, Di Marco S (2017) A questionnaire on the interest of cultural practices in the vineyard for the management of GTDs in Europe. p575-576

See also

The next 11th IWGTD will be held in British Colombia Canada in 2019.