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VOISIN Anne-Sophie

VOISIN Anne-Sophie
Chargée de recherches (CR1)
Pôle : GEAPSI
Equipe/Thème : Ecophysiologie
Team : Ecophysiologie des Légumineuses
Courriel : anne-Sophie.voisin@inrae.fr
Tel : 03.80.69.36.34
Fax : 03.80.69.32.62

Curriculum Vitae

since 2004 : researcher at INRA Dijon on Annual Legume Ecophysiology and Agronomy, Co-leader of the LEgume Ecophysiology team (2007-2019)

2017 : HDR : « Ecophysiological analysis of legume N Nutrition : an adaptation to low N environments. » Rapport pour l’Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches. Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, 73 p.
2003 : Post Doc  at INRA Montpellier (LEPSE) : involvement of ABA, ethylene or their interaction involved in the response of leaf growth to soil water deficit. An analysis using naturally occurring variation or genetic transformation of ABA production in maize.
2002 : PhD  Université de Bourgogne: Study of the functioning of nodulated roots of pea (Pisum sativum L.) in relation to soil nitrate availability, carbon flux in the plant and phenology : Growth of nodulated roots and symbiotic nitrogen fixation of nodules.
1998 : Master in Agronomy AgroParisTech-Paris (formerly INAPG)

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Activités de Recherche

COMPARED ECOPHYSIOLGY of TEN LEGUME SPECIES
I extended my ecophysiology research, initially initial developed on pea (cf below) to a diversity of ten legume species.
- Quantification of nitrogen fluxes generated by legumes in the field during the growth cycle of legume crop (symbiotic fixation symbiotique, nitrate absorption), and the following crop in rotation (through legume crop residues and pre-crop effects).
- Consequences of legume crops on nitrogen fluxes in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum (N2O emissions, mineralization and lixiviation of nitrate)
- identification of the plant traits determining those fluxes and establishment of functional profile of the ten legume species
- impact of legumes on  soil micro organisms and soil fertility, in collaboration with Pierre-Alain Maron (UMR Agroécologie)
- studies conducted in collaboration with Bernard Nicolardot (UMR Agroecology), with the co-direction of the PhD of Maé Guinet (2019)

COMPARED ECOPHYSIOLGY of TEN LEGUME SPECIES
I extended my ecophysiology research, initially initial developed on pea (cf below) to a diversity of ten legume species.
- Quantification of nitrogen fluxes generated by legumes in the field during the growth cycle of legume crop (symbiotic fixation symbiotique, nitrate absorption), and the following crop in rotation (through legume crop residues and pre-crop effects).
- Consequences of legume crops on nitrogen fluxes in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum (N2O emissions, mineralization and lixiviation of nitrate)
- identification of the plant traits determining those fluxes and establishment of functional profile of the ten legume species
- impact of legumes on  soil micro organisms and soil fertility, in collaboration with Pierre-Alain Maron (UMR Agroécologie)
- studies conducted in collaboration with Bernard Nicolardot (UMR Agroecology), with the co-direction of the PhD of Maé Guinet (2019)
PEA ECOPHYSIOLOGY : C and N nutrition
My aim was to characterize legume nitrogen nutritional strategies in relation to their carbon nutrition, considering :
- their variation in response to modification of environmental or internal factors (such as CO2, solar radiation, nitrate, root pruning …).
- the establishment of roots and nodules together with their N uptake activities for nitrate uptake and symbiotic N2 fixation.
- explicit representation of root architecture, including frameworks and models in collaboration with Loïc Pagès (UR PSH, INRAE Avignon)
- development an ecophysiological root model : PEA NOD for integration at the plant scale
- characterization of genetic variability associated to N nutrition in legumes, either based on intra-specific genetic variation (natural or induced, in pea) or on interspecific genetic variation (e.g. on 10 legumes species).
- 13C and 15 methodologies to mesure C and N fluxes in legumes plants and crops.
AGRONOMY : CHAIN VALUE and CROPPING SYSTEMS
I more recently gained interest on agronomic topics at a larger scale, in collaboration with the UMR Agronomy of INRAE Grignon :
- Training course in « Innovative Design » through IDEAS community (Initiative for Design in Agrifood Sciences)
- Defining a framework for functional characterisation of diversification species, so as to mobilise them in cropping system design and value their agronomic and environmental benefits.
- Contribution to the GECO project (https://geco.ecophytopic.fr/), a collaborative web tool that provides resources for the design of agroecological cropping systems
- Taking part to a working group for the tracking of performant legume cultivation by farmers (PSDR PROSYS project)
- Involvement on the CAYS Platform, that experiments 4 cropping agroecological systems at INRA Dijon (https://www6.inrae.fr/plateforme-casys/). Taking part in the design of cropping systems. Facilitation leader on the questions of fertility, fertilisation, and C and N evaluation on these systems on these cropping systems

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Activités d'enseignement

- Legumes in cropping systems : opportunities and constraints, M2 B2IPME, University of Bourgogne, M2 FAGE, University of Loraine
- Analysis and modelling of nitrogen nutrition in legumes : adaptation to fluctuating mineral N nutrition, M2 AAE, AgroParisTech, M1 B2IPME University of Bourgogne
- Using isotopes in ecophysiology, M1 B2IPME, University of Bourgogne
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Publications

1. Publications dans des revues à comité de lecture
GLOBAL APPROACHES (Chain Value and Cropping systems)
Magrini MB, Anton M, Cholez C, Corre-Hellou G, Duc G, Jeuffroy MH, Meynard JM, Pelzer E, Voisin AS, Walrand S. 2017. Transition vers des systèmes agricole et agro-alimentaire durables : quelle place et qualification pour les légumineuses à graines ? Revue Francaise de Socio-Economie. 18:53-75.
Magrini MB, Anton M, Cholez C, Corre-Hellou G, Duc G, Jeuffroy MH, Meynard JM, Pelzer E, Voisin AS, Walrand S, 2016, Why are grain-legumes rarely present in cropping systems despite their environmental and nutritional benefits? Analyzing lock-in in the French agrifood system, Ecological Economics, 126: 152-162.
Voisin AS, Guéguen J, Huyghe C, Jeuffroy MH, Magrini MB, Meynard JM, Mougel C, Pellerin  S, Pelzer E. 2014. Legumes for feed, food, biomaterials and bioenergy in Europe. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 343:361-380. Doi: 10.1007/s13593-013-0189-y
LEGUME ECOPHYSIOLOGY, OTHER LEGUME SPECIES
Guinet M, Nicolardot B, Revellin C, Durey V, Carlsson, Voisin AS, 2018, Comparative effect of inorganic N on plant growth and N2 fixation of ten legume crops: towards a better understanding of the differential response among species, Plant and Soil, Sous presse
Louarn G., Pereira-Lopès E., Fustec J., Mary B, Voisin A.S., de Faccio Carvalho P.C., François Gastal F., 2015. The amounts and dynamics of nitrogen transfer to grasses differ in alfalfa and white clover-based grass-legume mixtures as a result of rooting strategies and rhizodeposit quality", Plant and Soil, 389: 289-305.
Vadez V., Berger J.D., Warkentin T., Asseng S., Ratnakumar P.C., Rao K.P., Gaur P. M., Munier-Jolain N.G., Larmure A., Voisin A.S., Sharma H.C., Pande S., Sharma M.,  Krishnamurthy L., Zaman M. A. 2012. Adaptation of grain legumes to climatic changes: A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 32(1), 31-44
ECOPHYSIOLOGY of PEA dans M. Truncatula C and N NUTRITION
Voisin AS,  Prudent M, Duc G, Salon C, 2015. Pea nodule gradients explain N nutrition and limited symbiotic fixation in hypernodulating mutants. Agronomy for sustainable Development, 35 : 1529-1540: 1529-1540. doi: 10.1007/s13593-015-0328-8.
Cazenave A-B, Salon C, Jeudy C, Duc G, Voisin A-S. 2014. N2 fixation of pea hypernodulating mutants is more tolerant to root pruning than that of wild type. Plant and Soil, 378: 397-412
Voisin AS, Cazenave AB, Duc G, Salon C. 2013. Pea nodule gradients explain C nutrition and depressed growth phenotype of hypernodulating mutants. Agronomy for sustainable development. 33:829–838.
Zancarini A., Mougel C., Voisin A.S., Prudent M., Salon C. Munier-Jolain N.G. 2012. Soil Nitrogen Availability and Plant Genotype Modify the Nutrition Strategies of M. truncatula and the Associated Rhizosphere Microbial Communities. PlosONE, 7 (10): 1.10.
Naudin C, Corre-Hellou G, Voisin AS, Oury V, Salon C, Crozat Y, Jeuffroy MH. 2011. Inhibition and recovery of symbiotic N2 fixation of pea (Pisum sativum L.) by short-term exposures to nitrate. Plant and Soil 346: 275-287.
Voisin A.S., Munier-Jolain N.G., Salon C. 2010. The nodulation process is tightly linked to plant growth. An analysis using environmentally and genetically induced variation of nodule number and biomass in pea. Plant and Soil. 337: 399-412.
Salon C., Lepetit M., Gamas P., Jeudy C., Moreau S., Moreau D., Voisin A.S., Duc G., Bourion V., Munier-Jolain N. 2009. Analysis and modeling of the integrative response of Medicago truncatula to nitrogen constraints, Compte Rendus Biologie. 332: 1022-1033.
Moreau D., Voisin A.S., Salon C., Munier-Jolain NG. 2008. The model symbiotic association between Medicago truncatula cv. Jemalong and Rhizobium meliloti strain 2011 leads to N-stressed plants when symbiotic N2 fixation is the main N source for plant growth. Journal of Experimental Botany. 56 (13): 3509-3522.
Voisin A.S., Bourion V., Duc G., Salon C. 2007. Using an ecophysiological framework to analyse genetic variability associated to N nutrition of pea. Annals of Botany. 100 (7) : 1525-1536.
Bourion V., Duc G., Laguerre G., Voisin A.S., Depret G., Schneider C., Huart M., Salon C. 2007. Genetic variability in nodulation and root growth affects nitrogen fixation and accumulation in pea. Annals of Botany. 100 (3): 589-598.
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Jeudy C., Warembourg F.R. 2003. Seasonal patterns of 13C partitioning between shoot and nodulated roots of N2-or nitrate fed- Pisum sativum L. Annals of Botany. 91 : 539-546.
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Jeudy C., Warembourg F.R. 2003. Root and nodule growth in Pisum sativum L. in relation to photosynthesis. Analysis using 13C labelling, Annals of Botany. 92 : 557-563.
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Jeudy C., Warembourg F.R. 2003. Symbiotic N2 fixation in relation to C economy of Pisum sativum L. as a function of plant phenology, Journal of Experimental Botany. 54 (393) : 2733-2744.
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Munier-Jolain N.G., Ney B. 2002. Effect of mineral nitrogen on nitrogen nutrition and biomass partitioning between the shoot and roots of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Plant and Soil. 242 : 251-262.
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Munier-Jolain N.G., Ney B. 2002. Quantitative effect of soil nitrate, growth potential and phenology on symbiotic nitrogen fixation of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Plant and Soil. 243 : 31-42.
Emery R.J.N., Munier-Jolain N.G., Voisin A.S., Salon C. 2002. Na+ content of xylem is closely related to root biomass in pea (Pisum sativum): a potential tool for studying root growth under controlled conditions and in the field. Canadian Journal of Plant Science. 82 : 567-577.
Salon S., Munier-Jolain N.G., Duc G., Voisin A.S., Grandgirard D., Larmure A., Emery R.J.N, Ney B. 2001. Grain legume seed filling in relation to nitrogen acquisition: a review and prospects with particular reference to pea. Agronomie. 21 : 539-552.
METHODS in ECOPHYSIOLOGY: Root Models and Experimental facilities, fluxomics
Pagès, L., Pointurier, O., Moreau, D., Voisin, A.-S., Colbach, N. 2020. Metamodelling a 3D architectural root-system model to provide a simple model based on key processes and species functional groups, Pant and Soil, sous presse
Salon C, Avice JC., Colombie S, Dieuaide-Noubhani M, Gallardo-Guerrero K, Jeudy C, Ourry A, Prudent M, Voisin AS, Rolin D. (2017). Fluxomics links cellular functional analyses to whole-plant phenotyping. Journal of Experimental Botany, 68 (9), 2083-2098. DOI : 10.1093/jxb/erx126
Jeudy C,  Adrian M, Baussart C, Bernard C, Bernaud E, Bourion V, Busset H, Cabrera L, Cointault F, Han SH, Lamboeuf M, Moreau  D, Pivato B, Prudent M, Trouvelot S, Truong HN, Vernoud V, Voisin AS, Wipf D, Salon C. 2016. RhizoTubes as a new tool for high throughput imaging of plant root development and architecture: test, comparison with pot grown plants and validation, Plant Methods, 12 (31): 1-18. DOI : 10.1186/s13007-016-0131-
Pagès L., Bécel C, Boukcim H, Moreau D, Nguyen C, Voisin AS. 2014. Calibration and evaluation of ArchiSimple, a parsimonious model of the root system architecture, Ecological Modeling, 90: 76-84.
OTHER
Voisin A.S., Reidy B., Parent B., Rolland G., Redondo E., Gerentes D., Tardieu F. Muller B. 2006. Are ABA, ethylene or their interaction involved in the response of leaf growth to soil water deficit? An analysis using naturally occurring variation or genetic transformation of ABA production in maize. Plant Cell and Environment. 29: 1829-1840.
2. Book Chapters
Schneider A., Huyghe C., Voisin A.-S., Gastal F., Vertes F., Hellou G., Jeuffroy M.H., Justes E., Cohan J.-P., Thiebeau P., Cellier P. (2017). Insertion des légumineuses dans les systèmes de culture : source d’azote symbiotique et de diversification des assolements. In "Guide de la fertilisation raisonnée : grandes cultures et prairies. 2ième édition.". Colomb, B. ed. Editions France agricole. Paris, FRA., p.526-540
Voisin AS, Gastal F. 2015. II – Nutrition azotée et fonctionnement agro-physiologique spécifique des  légumineuses, dans « Les légumineuses pour des systèmes agricoles et alimentaires durables », ouvrage commandé par le Comité N, P, C. coord A. Schneider, C. Huyghe, pp 1-39.
Salon C., Avice, J.C., Bataillé M.P., Gallardo K., Jeudy C., Santoni A.L., Trouverie J., Voisin A.S. 2013. 34S and 15N labelling to model S and N flux in plants. In “Plant Metabolic Flux Analysis: Methods and Protocols », Publié par M. Dieuaide-Noubhani et A.P. Alonso aux éditions Springer, sous presse.
Salon C., Avice J.C., Larmure A., Ourry A., Prudent M, Voisin A.S. 2011. Plant N fluxes and modulation by nitrogen, heat and water stresses: a review based on comparison of legumes and non legume plants, In: Abiotic Stress in Plants: Mechanisms and Adaptations. INTECH (eds)., http://www.intechweb.org/
           
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Crozat Y. 2010. Root and nodule establishment In: Physiology of the pea crop. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. Quae Editions, Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA.s, pp 67-74.
Voisin A.S., Salon C. 2010. Nitrogen nutrition efficiency. In: Physiology of the pea crop. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. Quae Editions, Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA.s, pp 74-82.
Vocanson A., Munier-Jolain N., Voisin A.S., Ney B. 2010. Dilution curve. In: Physiology of the pea crop. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. Quae Editions, Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA.s, pp 61-67.
Salon C., Voisin A.S., Delfosse O., Mary B. 2010. Methodologies for meauring symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the field. In: Physiology of the pea crop. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. Quae Editions, Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire, USA.s, pp 83-87.
Voisin A.S.,  Salon C., Amarger N., Delfosse O., Mary B. 2008. Theoretical evaluation of isotopic 15N methods for measurement of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the field. In: Nitrogen Fixation Research Progress, G. N. Couto Ed, Nova Science Publishers Inc (eds), pp 331 - 354.
Moreau D.,  Bourion V.,  Fournier H., de Larembergue H.,  Duc G., Salon C., Voisin A.S., Jeudy C. 2006. Medicaco Truncatula protocols: Phenotyping. In: The Medicago Truncatula Hand Book, U. Malthesius, EP. Journet, LW. Sumner (eds). http://www.noble.org/MedicagoHandbook/. ISBN 0-9754303-1-9.
3. Publications devoided to actors
GLOBAL APPROACHES (Chain Value and Cropping systems)
Deytieux V., Cordeau S., Fontanieu G., Moreau D., Voisin A.-S., Munier-Jolain N. (2018). Atelier de co-conception des systèmes de culture de la plateforme CA-SYS. "Atelier de conception de la plateforme CA-SYS". Dijon. (Animation pour les professionnels).

Cordeaux S, Deytieux V, Marget P, Lemanceau P, Voisin AS. 2018. Vidéo de présentation de la plate-forme CASYS, Réalisation Anne-Sophie Voisin, Stéphane Cordeaux, à l’occasion des 20 du département EA (mon site en 180 secondes)
Schneider A., Huyghe C., Voisin A.-S., Gastal F., Vertes F., Hellou G., Jeuffroy M.H., Justes E., Cohan J.-P., Thiebeau P., Cellier P. (2017). Insertion des légumineuses dans les systèmes de culture : source d’azote symbiotique et de diversification des assolements. In "Guide de la fertilisation raisonnée : grandes cultures et prairies. 2ième édition.". Colomb, B. ed. Editions France agricole. Paris, FRA., p.526-540
Voisin AS, Guéguen J, Huyghe C, Jeuffroy MH, Magrini MB, Meynard JM, Mougel C, Pellerin S, Pelzer E. 2013. Légumineuses dans l’Europe du XXIè siècle : Quelle place dans les systèmes agricoles et alimentaires actuels et futurs ? Quels nouveaux défis pour la recherche ? Innovations Agronomiques. 30 : 283-312. http://www6.inra.fr/ciag/Revue/Volume-30-Septembre-2013
LEGUME ECOPHYSIOLOGY, OTHER LEGUME SPECIES
Guinet M, Nicolardot B, Voisin AS, Comparaison de la multifonctionnalité relative aux flux azotés induits par dix cultures de légumineuses, 2019, Agriculture, Environnement et Sociétés, sous presse.
Guinet, M., Nicolardot B., Durey V., Revellin C., Lombard E., Pimet E., Bizouard F., Voisin A.-S., Fixation symbiotique de l’azote et effet précédent : toutes les legumineuses à graines se valent-elles ? 2019, innovations agronomiques, 74 : 55-68
Guinet M., Nicolardot B., Voisin A.-S. (2018). Toutes les légumineuses se valent-elles pour l'azote ?. In Bilan du projet LEGITIMES "Legumes Insertion in Territories to Induce Main Ecosystem Services". Construction et évaluation de scénarios territoriaux d'insertion de légumineuses, Plaquette de présentation des résultats du projet destiné à un public large, p. 23-24.
Vertès F, Jeuffroy M-H, Justes E, Louarn G, Voisin A-S. 2015. Légumineuses et prairies temporaires : des fournitures d’azote pour les rotations. Fourrages, 223 : 221-232
Voisin AS, Cellier, P, Jeuffoy MH, 2015. Fonctionnement de la symbiose fixatrice de N2 des légumineuses à graines : Impacts Agronomiques et Environnementaux. Innovations Agronomiques. 43, 139-160.
ECOPHYSIOLOGY of PEA dans M. Truncatula C and N NUTRITION
Voisin A.S., Larmure A., Moreau D., Munier-Jolain N., Prudent M.,  Zancarini A.,  Salon C. 2010. Tools developed for model legumes: Ecophysiology. Grain Legume. AEP ed, issue 53, pp 18.
Bourion V., Laguerre G., Voisin A-S, Depret G, Duc G, Salon C. 2009. Combining plant genetic, ecophysiological and microbiological approaches to enhance nitrogen uptake in legumes. Grain Legume. AEP ed, issue 52, pp10-11
Voisin A.S., Salon C., Crozat Y. 2005. La mise en place des racines et des nodosités. In : Agrophysiologie du pois protéagineux. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. INRA Editions, pp 86-94.
Voisin A.S., Salon C. 2005. L’efficience de la nutrition azotée. In : Agrophysiologie du pois protéagineux. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. INRA Editions, pp 94-101.
Vocanson A., Munier-Jolain N., Voisin A.S., Ney B. 2005. Courbe de dilution. In : Agrophysiologie du pois protéagineux. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. INRA Editions, pp 81-86.
METHODS in ECOPHYSIOLOGY: Root Models and Experimental facilities, fluxomics
Colbach N, Bockstaller B, Colas F, Gibot-Leclerc S, Granger S, Guyot S, Mézière D, Moreau D, Pointurier O, Queyrel W, Villerd J, Voisin A S, 2017, conception de systèmes de culture multi performants à l'aide de modèles prédisant la nuisibilité et les services dépendant des adventices, Innovations Agronomiques. 59 : 191-203.
Salon C., Voisin A.S., Delfosse O., Mary B. 2005. Méthodologies de mesure de la fixation symbiotique au champ. In : Agrophysiologie du pois protéagineux. Munier-Jolain et al., coord. INRA Editions, pp 101-106. 

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Principaux contrats

ANR LEGITIMES (https://www6.inrae.fr/legitimes),

PSDR Prosys (https://www6.inrae.fr/psdr-bourgogne/Le-projet-ProSys), leader of task 2 UE LEGATO, H2020 SOLACE

Collaborations with Terres Inovia, Chambre d’agriculture de Bourgogne Franche Comté.

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Mots clés

Legumes, Symbiotic N2 fixation, Root architecture, N fluxes, Ecophysiogy, Modeling

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Liens externes

https://publons.com/researcher/3566250/anne-sophie-voisin (ResearcherID : AAL-4472-2020)                  

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0979-7162  (ORCID 0000-0002-0979-7162)

https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=6701512366  (Scopus ID: 6701512366)