Microbial Communities in Continental ecosystems "CoMIC" Team - iEES Paris

The CoMiC team studies microbial communities in continental terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in an interdisciplinary framework that combines microbiology, comparative genomics, metagenomics, chemistry, ecology, health, environmental sciences and social sciences.

More specifically, our research focuses on (i) the vulnerability of microbial communities to disturbances and pollutants induced by human activity (ii) the flows and diversity of pathogens (human or plant) in the environment, (iii) the development of new tools for monitoring aquatic ecosystems and new approaches to ensure sustainable management of these ecosystems.

Our work, structured around the “one health/ecohealth” concept, is developed along two main lines:

Structural and functional biodiversity of microbial communities, their interactions and their roles in the function of the ecosystems where we are studying :

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Caption:Cyanobacterial blooms potentially toxic in Aghien lagoon (Ivory Cost) – J.-F. HUMBERT
  1. The relationship between the structure and composition of microbial communities and the fluxes of organic carbon and nitrogen or pollutants in ecosystems.
  2. The impact of local and global changes on the dynamics and structure of microbial communities and on the microbial processes involved in the dynamics of the C and N cycles.
  3. The consequences of these changes in microbial communities on the ecosystem services provided by ecosystems and on the uses made of them.
 

Ecological quality of continental ecosystems and (dys)-functioning of microbial communities and associated risks for human health and plant pro

duction where we study :

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Caption:Domestic use of untreated surface water – O. RIBOLZI
  1. The relationship between the ecological quality of continental ecosystems (organic matter, trophic level, structure and composition of microbial communities, …) and the survival and/or development of bacteria pathogenic to plants or humans.
  2. The proliferation of cyanobacteria in continental aquatic ecosystems and the production of toxins, from understanding the processes (implementation, synergy with heterotrophic microorganisms, etc.) to the development of tools for monitoring these proliferations and the development of new approaches for the management of aquatic ecosystems.
  3. The risks of human exposure to bacterial pathogens and cyanobacterial toxins in relation to the uses of soils and aquatic environments.
  4. The adaptation of pathogens to the environment through comparative genomics approaches.

In a context of local and global change, present and future, CoMiC researchers are committed to :

  • place our work within a solid theoretical and conceptual framework ;
  • provide targeted answers to specific societal and stakeholder needs in developed, emerging and developing countries.

Team members are all heavily involved in teaching activities, particularly at Sorbonne University, but also in other Universities (UPEC, University of Paris) or in agronomic schools (Agroparistech, ISARA in Lyon) as well as in Southern countries (Ivory Coast, Uganda, Laos, Niger, Senegal, Vietnam, Thailand) and in the continuing education of researchers and scientific staff in Southern countries.

Team publications

Only applies to publications from 2017 to present. To see all the publications go to the Publications page.

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​Mügler, C., O. Ribolzi, M. Viguier, J.-L. Janeau*, E. Jardé, K. Latsachack`, T. Henry-Des-Tureaux*, C. Thammahacksa`, C. Valentin*, O. Sengtaheuanghoung` and E. Rochelle-Newall* (2021). “Experimental and modelling evidence of splash effects on manure borne Escherichia coli washoff.” Environmental Science and Pollution Research: 1-12. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-021-13011-8
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​David, G. M., P. López-García, D. Moreira, B. Alric, P. Deschamps, P. Bertolino, G. Restoux, E. Rochelle-Newall, E. Thébault, M. Simon and L. Jardillier “Small freshwater ecosystems with dissimilar microbial communities exhibit similar temporal patterns.” Molecular Ecology https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15864
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​Nakhle P., Ribolzi O., Boithias L., Rattanavong S., Auda Y., Sayavong S., Zimmermann R., Soulileuth B., Pando A*., Thammahacksa C., Rochelle-Newall E.J.*, Santini W., Martinez J-M., Gratiot N., Pierret A*.(2021) “Effects of hydrological regime and land use on in-stream Escherichia coli concentration in the Mekong basin, Lao PDR”. Scientific Reports, 11:3460.
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​Boithias, L., O. Ribolzi, G. Lacombe, C. Thammahacksa*, N. Silvera*, K. Latsachack*, B. Soulileuth*, M. Viguier, Y. Auda, E. Robert, O. Evrard, S. Huon*, T. Pommier, C. Zouiten, O. Sengtaheuanghoung` and E. Rochelle-Newall* (2021). “Quantifying the effect of overland flow on Escherichia coli pulses during floods: Use of a tracer-based approach in an erosion-prone tropical catchment.” Journal of Hydrology 594: 125935. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.125935
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​Anh, H. Q., T. P. Q. Le`, N. Da Le, X. X. Lu, T. T. Duong`< /span>, J.Garnier, E. Rochelle-Newall*, S. Zhang, N.-H. Oh, C. Oeurng`, C. Ekkawatpanit, T. D. Nguyen, Q. T. Nguyen, T. D. Nguyen, T. N. Nguyen, T. L. Tran, T. Kunisue, R. Tanoue, S. Takahashi, T. B. Minh, H. T. Le, T. N. M. Pham and T. A. H. Nguyen (2020). “Antibiotics in surface water of East and Southeast Asian countries: A focused review on contamination status, pollution sources, potential risks, and future perspectives.” Science of The Total Environment: 142865
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Portier P., Pédron J.*, Taghouti G., Dutrieux C., Barny MA.* (2020) Updated taxonomy of Pectobacterium genus in the CIRM-CFBP bacterial collection: when newly described species reveal “old” endemic population. Microorganism 8 :1441 doi:10.3390/microorganisms809144110.3390/microorganisms8091441microorganismsCoMiCDCFE
El Hayany B., El Fels L., Quenea K., Dignac M.-F.*, Rumpel C.*, Gupta V.K., Hafidi M. 2020. Microplastics from lagooning sludge to composts as revealed by Fluorescent staining- Image analysis, Raman spectroscopy and Pyrolysis-GC/MS. Journal of Environmental Management 275 111249. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111249
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Pédron J.*, Guyon L., Lecomte A.°, Blottière L.^, Chandeysson C., Rochelle-Newall E.*, Raynaud X.*, Berge O., Barny MA*. (2020) Comparison of Environmental and Culture-Derived Bacterial Communities through 16S Metabarcoding: A Powerful Tool to Assess Media Selectivity and Detect Rare Taxa. Microorganisms 27:E112910.3390/microorganisms8081129
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​El Hayany B., El Fels L., Dignac M.-F.*, Quenea K., Rumpel C.*, Hafidi M. (2020) Pyrolysis-GCMS as a tool for maturity evaluation of compost from sewage sludge and green waste. Waste and biomass Valorization. doi:10.1007/s12649-020-01184-1.
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Panettieri M., Courtier-Murias D., Rumpel C.,* Dignac M.-F.*, Almendros G., Chabbi A. 2020. Land-use perturbations in ley grassland decouple the degradation of ancient soil organic matter from the storage of newly derived carbon inputs. SOIL Discussions, 1-31. doi:10.5194/soil-2020-16​
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Le Mer G.~, Barthod J.~, Dignac M.-F.,* Barré P., Baudin F., Rumpel C.* 2020. Inferring earthworms’ impact on the stability of organo-mineral associations by Rock-Eval pyrolysis and 13C NMR spectroscopy. Organic Geochemistry, 104016. doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2020.104016
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​Arrieta-Escobar J., Derrien D., Ouvrard S., Asadollahi-Yazdi E., Hassan A., Boly V., Tinet A.-J., Dignac M.-F.* 2020. 3D Printing: an emerging opportunity for soil science. Geoderma. 378 114588. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2020.114588 
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Vidal A., Lenhart T., Dignac M.F*, Biron P.*, Höschen C., Barthod J., Vedere C., Vaury V.*, Bariac T.*, Rumpel C.* (2020): Promoting plant growth and carbon transfer to soil with with organic amendments produced with mineral additives. Geoderma.Volume 374, 1 September 2020, 11445410.1016/j.geoderma.2020.114454
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Boulesnane Y., Leloup J*, Lerch T.Z.*, Roynette A., Pensé-Lhéritier A-M. , MielcarekC. , Changey F.  (2020) ​Impact of sampling and DNA extraction methods on skin microbiota assessment. Journal Microbiol Methods, 171: 105880.
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Barthod J.~, Dignac M.-F.*, Le Mer G.~, Bottinelli N.*, Watteau F., Kögel-Knabner I., Rumpel C.* (2020) How do earthworms affect organic matter decomposition in the presence of clay-sized minerals? Soil Biology and Biochemistry
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Paradelo R., Lerch T.*, Houot S., Dignac M.-F.* (2019) Composting modifies the patterns of incorporation of OC and N from plant residues into soil aggregates. Geoderma, 353: 415-422. 10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.07.025
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Portier P, Pédron J*, Taghouti G`, Fischer-Le Saux M, Caullireau E, Bertrand C^, Laurent A, Chawki K, Oulgazi S`, Moumni M`, Andrivon D​, Dutrieux C, Faure D​, Hélias V, Barny MA* (2019) Elevation of Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. odoriferum to species level as Pectobacterium odoriferum sp. nov., proposal of Pectobacterium brasiliense sp. nov. and Pectobacterium actinidiae sp. nov., emended description of Pectobacterium carotovorum and description of Pectobacterium versatile sp. nov.,isolated from streams and symptoms on diverse plants. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 69(10):3214-2310.1099/ijsem.0.003611
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Lerch T.Z.*, Dignac M.-F.*, Thevenot M., Mguerchi C., Houot S. (2019) Chemical changes during composting of plant residues reduce their mineralisation in soil and cancel the priming effect. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 136: 107525. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.107525
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Oulghazi S`, Pédron J*, Cigna J, Lau YY, Moumni M`, Van Gijsegem F*, Chan KG, Faure D (2019) Dickeya undicola sp. nov., a novel species for pectinolytic isolates from surface waters in Europe and Asia. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 69(8): 2440-244410.1099/ijsem.0.003497
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Le H.T.~, Rochelle-Newall E.*, Ribolzi O., Janeau J.L.*, Huon S.*, Latsachack K.`, Pommier T. (2020). Land use strongly influences soil organic carbon and bacterial community loss in runoff in tropical Uplands. Land  Degradation Development  DOI: 10.1002/ldr.3433.​10.1002/ldr.3433
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Pédron J*, Van Gijsegem F* (2019) Diversity in the Bacterial Genus Dickeya Grouping Plant Pathogens and Waterways Isolates. OBM Genetics 2019, Volume 3, Issue 4.10.21926/obm.genet.1904098OBM GeneticsCoMiCDCFE
Duong, T. T.`, T. T. H. Hoang`, T. K. Nguyen`, T. P. Q. Le`, N. D. Le`, D. K. Dang`, X. Lu`, M. H. Bui`, Q. H. Trinh`, T. H. V. Dinh`, T. D. Pham` & E. Rochelle-newall, 2019. Factors structuring phytoplankton community in a large tropical river: Case study in the Red River (Vietnam). Limnologica 76:82-93 doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.limno.2019.04.003.
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Daviere A, Sotomski M, Audibert A, Carol P*, Hubert S, Lebreton S*, Louvet-Vallee S, Pedron J, PuyaubertJ, Kraepiel Y, Lacoste J.(2019) Synergistic toxicity between glyphosate and 2,4-dinitrophenol on budding yeast is not due to H2O2-mediated oxidative stress. Matters 5 (4), e201903000030
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Mugler, C., Ribolzi, O., Janeau, J.L.*, Rochelle-Newall, E.*, Latsachack, K.`, Thammahacksa, C.`, Viguier, M., Jarde, E., Henri-Des-Tureaux*, T., Sengtaheuanghoung, O.`, Valentin, C.*, 2019. Experimental and modelling evidence of short-term effect of raindrop impact on hydraulic conductivity and overland flow intensity. Journal of Hydrology 570, 401-410.10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.12.046
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Barot, S*., L. Abbadie*, A. Auclerc, C. Barthélémy, E. Bérille, P. Billet, P. Clergeau, J.-N. Consales, M. Deschamp-Cottin, A. David~, C. Devigne, V. Dham, Y. Dusza~, A. Gaillard, E. Gonzalez, M. Hédont, D. Labarraque, A.-M. Le Bastard, J.-L. Morel, Y. Petit-Berghem, E. Rémy, E. Rochelle-Newall* & M. Veyrières, 2019. Urban ecology, stakeholders and the future of ecology. Science of The Total Environment 667:475-484https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.41010.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.410
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Pédron J*, Bertrand C^, Taghouti G, Portier P, Barny MA*. (2019) Pectobacterium aquaticum sp. nov., isolated from waterways. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 69(3): 745-751​10.1099/ijsem.0.003229
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Essarts YR des, Pédron J*, Blin P, Dijk EV, Faure D, Gijsegem FV* (2019) Common and distinctive adaptive traits expressed in Dickeya dianthicola and Dickeya solani pathogens when exploiting potato plant host. Environmental Microbiology.21(3), 1004–101810.1111/1462-2920.14519
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Alič Š, Pédron J*, Dreo T, Van Gijsegem F* (2019) Genomic characterisation of the new Dickeya fangzhongdai species regrouping plant pathogens and environmental isolates. BMC Genomics. 20(1): 3410.1186/s12864-018-5332-3
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Watteau F., Dignac M.-F.*, Bouchard A., Revallier A., Houot S. 2018. Microplastic detection in soil amended with municipal solid waste composts as revealed by transmission electronic microscopy and Pyrolysis/GC/MS. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 2: 8110.3389/fsufs.2018.00081
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Ribolzi, O., Lacombe, G., Pierret, A.*, Robain, H.*, Sounyafong, P.`, de Rouw, A.*, Soulileuth, B.`, Mouche, E., Huon, S.*, Silvera, N.*, Latxachak, K.O.`, Sengtaheuanghoung, O.`, Valentin, C.* Interacting land use and soil surface dynamics control groundwater outflow in a montane catchment of the lower Mekong basin. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 268, 90–102​10.1016/j.agee.2018.09.005
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Le H.T.~, Rochelle-Newall E.*, Auda Y., Ribolzi O., Sengtaheuanghoung O.’, Thébault E.*, Soulileuth B.’, Pommier T. (2018) Vicinal land use change strongly drives stream bacterial community in a tropical montane catchment. FEMS microbiology ecology, 94, fiy155.​10.1093/femsec/fiy155
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Faye P`, Bertrand C^, Pédron J*, Barny MA* (2018) Draft genomes of “Pectobacterium peruviense” strains isolated from fresh water in France. Stand Genomic Sci. 13: 2710.1186/s40793-018-0332-0
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Barthod J.~, Rumpel C.*, Calabi-Floody M., Mora M-L., Bolan N., Dignac M-F.* (2018) Adding worms during composting with red mud and fly ash reduces CO2 emissions and increases plant available nutrient contents. Journal of Environmental Management, 222: 207-21510.1016/j.jenvman.2018.05.079
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Van Gijsegem F*, Bitton F, Laborie A-L, Kraepiel Y*, Pédron J* (2018) Characterization of the early response of Arabidopsis thaliana to Dickeya dadantii infection using expression profiling. bioRxiv 415380; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/415380​10.1101/415380
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Sengtaheuanghoung O., Ribolzi O., Rochelle-Newall E. J.*, Boithias L., Evrard O., Henri-des-Tureaux T.*, Huon S.*, Janeau J.-L*., Latsachack K*., Lefèvre I., Mouche E., Robain H.*, de Rouw A.*, Xayyathip K.*, Silvera N.*, Sisouvanh P~., Soulileuth B.*, Sounyafong P*., Thammahacksa C*., Viguier M., Lacombe G., Valentin C. & Pierret. A.*, Interactions between land use, fluxes of water and sediments, and the spread of bacterial contaminants in the uplands of northern Lao PDR. In: Nations, F. A. O. (ed) Proceedings of the Global Symposium on Soil Pollution 2018, Rome, Italy, 2018. FAO, p 976.FAO EditionsCoMiCDCFE ;
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Nkwain Y.F., Demyan M. S., Rasche F., Dignac M.-F.*, Schulz E., Kätterer T., Müller T., Cadisch G. (2018) Coupling pyrolysis with mid-infrared spectroscopy (Py-MIRS) to fingerprint biochemical quality of soil organic matter. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 133: 176-18410.1016/j.jaap.2018.04.004
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Fouilland, E., A. Trottet, C. Alves-de-Souza, D. Bonnet, T. Bouvier, M. Bouvy, S. Boyer, L. Guillou, E. Hatey, H. Jing, C. Leboulanger, E. Le Floc’h, H. Liu, S. Mas, B. Mostajir, J. Nouguier, D. Pecqueur, E. Rochelle-Newall*, C. Roques, C. Salles, M.-G. Tournoud, C. Vasseur & F. Vidussi, 2017. Significant Change in Marine Plankton Structure and Carbon Production After the Addition of River Water in a Mesocosm Experiment. Microbial Ecology 74(2):289-30110.1007/s00248-017-0962-6
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Le, T. P. Q., N. D. Le, V. N. Dao, E. Rochelle-Newall*, T. M. H. Nguyen~, C. Marchand, T. T. Duong & T. X. B. Phung, 2018. Change in carbon flux (1960–2015) of the Red River (Vietnam). Environmental Earth Sciences 77(18):658 doi:10.1007/s12665-018-7851-2.
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Alic S, Van Gijsegem F,  Pédron J*,  Ravnikar M and  Dreo T (2018) Diversity within the novel Dickeya fangzhongdai sp., isolated from infected orchids, water and pears. Plant Pathology 67: 1612-1620.​10.1111/ppa.12866
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Rochelle-Newall E.*, Niboyet A.*, Jardillier L., Fiorini S., Chollet S., Llavata M., de Santis E., Barot S.*, Lacroix G.* (2018)Impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on terrestrial-aquatic carbon transfer and a downstream aquatic microbial community. Aquatic Sciences, 80, Article Number: 2710.1007/s00027-018-0577-0
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Nguyen, T. M. H.~, G. Billen, J. Garnier, T. P. Q. Le, Q. L. Pham, S. Huon* & E. Rochelle Newall*, 2018. Organic carbon transfers in the subtropical Red River system (Viet Nam): insights on CO2 sources and sinks. Biogeochemistry 138(3):277-295.
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Barthod J.~, Rumpel C.*, Dignac M-F.* (2018) Improving the environmental footprint and properties of compost and vermicomposts through mineral, organic and biological additives. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 38:17​10.1007/s13593-018-0491-9
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Pédron J*, Chapelle E, Alunni B, Van Gijsegem F* (2018) Transcriptome analysis of the Dickeya dadantii PecS regulon during the early stages of interaction with Arabidopsis thaliana. Mol Plant Pathol. 19(3): 647-663​10.1111/mpp.12549
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Toussaint A., Van Gijsegem F.* (2017) Extension of the transposable bacterial virus family: two genomic organisations among phages and prophages with a Tn552-related transposase. Research in Microbiology, 169: 9

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Pengerud A., Dignac M.-F.*, Certini G., Strand L.T., Forte C., Rasse D.P. (2017) Soil organic matter molecular composition and state of decomposition in three locations of the European Arctic. Biogeochemistry 135: 277–292. 10.1007/s10533-017-0373-2
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Rochelle Newall, E*., L. Boithias, C. Bouet*, O. Malam-Issa*, A. Pierret*, O. Ribolzi & E. Roberts, 2017. Accès à l’eau, usage des terres et dégradation des sols: un triptyque qui favorise l’émergence des maladies diarrhéiques. In Loireau, M. & N. Ben Khatra (eds) Désertification et Système Terre, de la (re)connaissance à l’action//Liason Energie-Francophonie. vol 106. Institut de la Francophonie pour le Developpement Durable et l’Organisation International de la Francophonie, Quebec, Canada, 83-85.

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Morris C., Barny MA.*, Berge O., Kinkel LL.,  and Lacroix C.(2017) Frontiers for research on the ecology of plant pathogenic bacteria: Fundamentals for sustainability. Mol plant pathol : 18(2)10.1111/mpp.12508
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Ribolzi O., Evrard O., Huon S.*, de Rouw A.*, Silvera N.*, Latsachack K.O.`, Soulileuth B.`, Lefèvre I., Pierret A.*, Lacombe G., Sengtaheuanghoung O.`, Valentin C.* (2017) From shifting cultivation to teak plantation: effect on overland flow and sediment yield in a montane tropical catchment. Scientific Reports, 7: 398710.1038/s41598-017-04385-2
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Kim, M.`, L. Boithias, K. H. Cho`, N. Silvera, C. Thammahacksa, K. Latsachack*, E. Rochelle-Newall*, O. Sengtaheuanghoung, A. Pierret*, Y. A. Pachepsky & O. Ribolzi, 2017. Hydrological modeling of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in a tropical mountain catchment. Water Research 119:102-113 doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2017.04.038.10.1016/j.watres.2017.04.038
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Manivanh, L`., A. Pierret*, S. Rattanavong`, O. Kounnavongsa, Y`. Buisson, I. Elliott, J.-L. Maeght*, K. Xayyathip`, J. Silisouk`, M. Vongsouvath`, R. Phetsouvanh`, P. N. Newton, G. Lacombe, O. Ribolzi, E. Rochelle-Newall* & D. A. B. Dance, 2017. Burkholderia pseudomallei in a lowland rice paddy: seasonal changes and influence of soil depth and physico-chemical properties. Scientific Reports 7:3031 doi:10.1038/s41598-017-02946-z.​10.1038/s41598-017-02946-z
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Lerch T.Z.*, Chenu C., Dignac M.-F.*, Barriuso E., Mariotti A. (2017) Biofilm vs planktonic lifestyle: consequences on pesticide 2,4-D biodegradation by Cupriavidus necator JMP134.  Frontiers in Microbiology  8 : 904.10.3389/fmicb.2017.00904
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Le, T. P. Q., V. N. Dao°, E. Rochelle-Newall*, J. Garnier, X. Lu, G. Billen, T. T. Duong, C. T. Ho, H. Etcheber, T. M. H. Nguyen~, T. B. N. Nguyen, B. T. Nguyen, N. Da Le & Q. L. Pham, 2017. Total organic carbon fluxes of the Red River system (Vietnam). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42:1329-1341 doi:10.1002/esp.4107.10.1002/esp.4107Earth Surface Processes and LandformsCoMiCDCFE
Van Gijsegem F.*, Pédron J.*, Patrit O., Simond-Côte E., Maia-Grondard A., Pétriacq P., Gonzalez R., Blottière L.^, Kraepiel Y.* (2017) Manipulation of ABA content in Arabidopsis thaliana modifies sensitivity and oxidative stress response to Dickeya dadantii and influences peroxidase activity. Front. Plant Sci.: 8 : 45610.3389/fpls.2017.00456
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Pancrace P., Barny MA.*, Ueoka R., Calteau A., Scalvenzi T., Pédron J.*, Barbe V., Piel J., Humbert JF.*, Gugger M (2017) Insights into the Planktothrix genus: Genomic and metabolic comparison of benthic and planktic strains. Scientific reports.7, 4118110.1038/srep41181
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Team members

Nom PrénomCorpsEmployeurDépartement et ÉquipeAdresseTéléphoneMél
BARNY Marie-AnneDRINRAEÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFEJussieu
Tour 44-45 – 4 étage – bureau : 408
(+33) 01 44 27 32 94marie-anne.barny@upmc.fr
BEN MOUSSA HajarDoctorantSorbonne universitéÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 413
(+33) 01 44 27 23 49hajar.ben_moussa@etu.upmc.fr
DIGNAC Marie-FranceDRINRAEÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 504
(+33) 01 44 27 51 71marie-france.dignac@inrae.fr
GASQUE Mégane
Doctorant
IRD
Équipe CoMiC du Département DCFE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 0
(+33) 06 25 95 72 52
megane.gasque@ird.fr
HUMBERT Jean-FrancoisDRINRAEÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 511
(+33) 01 44 27 41 67jean-francois.humbert@upmc.fr
LAMY Dominique
MC
Sorbonne université
Équipe CoMiC du Département DCFE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 408
(+33) 01 44 27 32 94
dominique.lamy@sorbonne-universite.fr
MITROI VeronicaCDD ChercheurSorbonne universitéÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 410
(+33) 01 44 27 41 67veronica.mitroi@enpc.fr
PEDRON JacquesMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 410
(+33) 01 44 27 41 67jacques.pedron@upmc.fr
PIERRET AlainCRIRDÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFEDepartement of Agricultural Land Management (DALaM)
– – – étage – bureau : –
(+ 856) 20 52 97 60 04alain.pierret@ird.fr
ROCHELLE-NEWALL EmmaDRIRDÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 404
(+33) 01 44 27 38 26
emma.rochelle-newall@ird.fr
TREVISAN DominiqueIRINRAEÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 1
(+33) 01 44 27 32 11dominique.trevisan@inrae.fr
VAN GIJSEGEM FrederiqueCRINRAEÉquipe CoMiC du Département DCFECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 4e étage – bureau : 408
(+33) 01 44 27 32 94vangijse@agroparistech.fr

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