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Scientifics publications or chapters

 Adrian M., Trouvelot S., Gamm M., Poinssot B., Héloir M.C., Daire X. (2012). Activation of Grapevine Defense Mechanisms: 2 Theoretical and Applied Approaches. Chap.13, 313-332. In: Mérillon J.M., Ramawat Kishan G. Eds. «Plant defence: biological control, vol. 12, part 4». Springer, Chap.13, 313-331.

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Atif R.M., Patat-Ochatt E.M., Svabova L., Ondrej V., Klenoticova H., Jacas L., Griga M., Ochatt S.J. (2012). Gene transfer in legumes. In Lüttge U., Beyschlag W., Francis D., Cushman J. eds. "Progress in Botany." vol. 74. Springer-Verlag. Chap. 2, 37-100.

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Gianinazzi S., Masquelier S. (2012). Mycorrhizal industry in modern agriculture. In Hafidi M., Duponnois R. eds. "The Mycorrhizal symbiosis in Mediterranean Environment." Nova Science Publishers Inc. 171-184.

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Gianinazzi-Pearson V., van Tuinen D., Wipf D., Dumas-Gaudot E., Recorbet G., Liu Y., Doidy J., Redecker D., Ferrol N. (2012). Exploring the Genome of glomeromycotan fungi. In Hock B. eds. "The mycota IX - Fungal Associations"(2nd ed.). Springer. Chap. 1, 1-21.

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Lichtfouse E. (2012). Rédiger pour être publié ! Conseils pratiques pour les scientifiques. 2èmeed. Springer. 116p.

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Mikic A., Mihailovic V., Cupina B., Lejeune-Henaut I., Hanocq E., Duc G., McPhee K.E., Stoddard F.L., Kosev V., Krstic D., Antanasovic S., Jovanovic Ž. (2012). Developing fall-sown pea cultivars as an answer to the challenges of climatic changes. In Comstock A.M., Lothrop B.E. eds. "Peas: Cultivation, Varieties and Nutritional Uses". Nova Science Publishers. Chap.4, 107-124.

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Redecker D. (2012). Divisio/Phylum Glomeromycota. In Frey W. eds. "Syllabus of Plant Families - A. Engler's Syllabus der Pflanzenfamilien Part 1/1: Blue-green Algae, Myxomycetes and Myxomycete-like organisms, Phytoparasitic protists, Heterotrophic Heterokontobionta and Fungi p.p."(13ième ed.). Bornträger Science Publishers. Chap. 11, 163-170.

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Sangwan R.S., Ochatt S., Nava-Saucedo J.E., Sangwan-Norreel B. (2012). T-DNA insertion mutagenesis. In Shu, Q.Y., Forster, B.P., and Nakagawa, H. eds. “Plant mutation breeding and biotechnology”. CABI, FAO. Chap.38, 489-506.

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Suprasanna P., Jain S.M., Ochatt S.J., Kulkarni V.M., Predieri S. (2012). Applications of in vitro techniques in mutation breeding of vegetatively propagated crops. In Shu, Q.Y., Forster, B.P., and Nakagawa, H. eds. “Plant mutation breeding and biotechnology”. CABI, FAO. Chap.28, 371-385

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