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  • A. Nivault (2017) Life traits of Botryosphaeriaceae and evaluation of potential defenses of different cultivars of Vitis. PhD University of Bordeaux (UMR SAVE)

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  • C. Carvalho Pinto (2017) Vinemicrobiome : a deep analysis of the natural microbial community of Vitis vinifera L. . PhD University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne

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  • C. Cardot (2017) Research and validation of molecular markers of grapevine susceptibility to Eutypa lata. Studies of physiological mechanisms involved. PhD University of Poitiers

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  • E. Stempien (2017) Interaction between grapevine and  Botryosphaeria dieback fungi : deciphering the induced plant defense mechanisms and the fungal aggressiveness factors. PhD University of Haute-Alsace (LVBE, UHA)

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  • A. Rezgui (2016) The microflora colonizing the wood tissues of Vitis vinifera : Development of biocontrol agents against a grapevine trunk diseases (GTDs), Esca. Codirection PhD University of Bordeaux (UMR SAVE) and University El Manar Tunis (LMBA)


  • A. Bellée (2016) Developing a multidisciplinary approach testing the mode of action, the effectiveness and the deployment of ecofriendly strategies using biological antifungal products against a broad range of pest of Vitis vinifera. PhD University of Bordeaux (UMR SAVE)


  • R. Haidar (2016) Characterization, screening and implementation of bacterial strains from Bordeaux vineyards for biological control of fungal pathogens involved in Gray mold and Esca of grapevine. PhD University of Bordeaux (UMR SAVE)


  • A. Yacoub (2015) Relationships between the oomycete, Pythium oligandrum, and grapevines : induced resistance against a trunk wood pathogen and impact on plant microbial communities. PhD University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour (UMR SAVE)


  • S. Li (2015) Spatio-temporal modelling of esca grapevine disease at vineyard scale. PhD University of Bordeaux (UMR SAVE)


  • R. Pierron (2015) Esca and grapevine : deciphering early defense mechanisms in the wood of Vitis vinifera L., in planta fungal colonization and development of controlling tools for a sustainable viticulture. PhD University of Toulouse


  • L. Anatole-Monnier (2014) Effects of copper contamination of vineyard soils on the vine sensitivity to the pests. PhD University of Bordeaux


  • E. Bruez (2013) Comparative study of fungal and bacterial communities colonizing the woody tissues of grapevines which had expressed or not the esca symptoms. PhD Plant Biology, University of Bordeaux 2


  • J. Gerbore (2013) Biological control by the oomycete, Pythium oligandrum, of a pathogenic fungus involved in esca, a grapevine trunk disease. PhD Agronomical Sciences, University of Pau and pays de l’Adour


  • F. Pensec (2013) Triterpenoids and grapevine : quantification, study of the biosynthesis and interest as a treatment against pathogens. PhD University of Haute Alsace


  • J. Pouzoulet (2012) Development of a real time PCR methodology for in planta detection and quantification of the main fungal pathogens associated with grapevine trunk diseases. PhD INPT, University of Toulouse