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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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WIPF Daniel

WIPF Daniel
Teacher (university of Burgundy)
Department : IPM
Team : Myccorhiza : management and function
Email :
Phone number : 03 80 69 34 52
Fax: 03 80 69 37 44
Adresse: UMR 1347 Agroécologie AgroSup/INRA/uB
Pôle IPM - ERL CNRS 6300
BP 86510
17 rue Sully
21065 DIJON Cedex

Curriculum vitae

PhD at the University of Nancy (France) (prof. B. Botton) and at the Soil Biology Institute of Braunschweig (FAL – Prof J.C. Munch, Dr. B. Buscot).

Instructor (ATER) at the University of Nancy (1997-1998).

Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Tübingen (Prof. W.B. Frommer) Granted from the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation (October 1998 to July 2000)

Head of research group in the department of Prof. W.B. Frommer at the Center for Plant Molecular Biology of Tübingen (Germany) (August 2000 to December 2003)

Nachwuchsgruppenleiter at the University Bonn (IZMB) since the 1st of January 2004

Since the 1st September 2007 : Professor (Plant Physiology) at the university of Burgundy (France)


Research activities:

The main research interest of our group is arbuscular mycorrhiza, a ubiquitous mutualistic symbiosis between plants and beneficial soil-borne fungi. The fungal partners belong exclusively to the phylum Glomeromycota. This symbiotic association enables plants to more efficiently use mineral nutrient soil resources and better respond to different biotic and abiotic stresses encountered in their environment.

Optimizing the management of arbuscular mycorrhiza, based on the ecological engineering of plant production systems, requires an improved understanding of the complex mechanisms underlying the sustained interactions between the symbiotic partners. In this context, the objectives of our research are to:  (1) Decipher the cellular and molecular mechanisms which govern exchanges between both mycorrhizal partners, i.e.: (a) identification of plant genes and their products which are involved in the perception and transduction of fungal signals at the biotrophic interface, (b) characterization of fungal genes involved in the establishment, maintenance and functioning of the symbiotic interface and (c) definition of the transportome and the metabolome involved in bidirectional exchanges between plant and fungal cells;(2)  determine, at community and the population levels, the processes maintaining taxonomic and functional fungal diversity, and the relevance of this diversity for plant ecology, associated microorganisms and the coevolution of the symbiotic partners; (3) characterize the biogeography (when it exists) and dissemination of the fungi, together with their adaptation to biotic and abiotic environmental conditions; (4) Combine the cellular/molecular and the community/population approaches to identify symbiotic genes as molecular markers for: (a)selection of  plant genotypes with high mycorrhizal compatibility  (eg QTL), (b) functional characterization of the symbiosis in the field and (c) characterization of the ecological niches of the fungal partners; (5) Integrate the basic research outcomes into a strategy of finalised research in order to optimize the ecological services provided by mycorrhizas in agroecosystems, and the potential of beneficial microorganisms in plant production.



Plant-Microbe Interactions, plant biology, plant physiology, plant development


Key words

Mycorrhiza; Common Mycelial Network, transporters; molecular mechanisms



Research papers
1.         Buscot F., D. Wipf, C. Di Battista, J.C. Munch, B. Botton and F. Martin (1996). DNA polymorphism in morels : PCR/RFLP analysis of the ribosomal DNA spacers and microsatellite-primed PCR. Mycological Research 100, 63-71
2.         Wipf D., J.P. Bedell, J.C. Munch, B. Botton and F. Buscot (1996). Polymorphism in Morels : Isozyme Electrophoretic Analysis. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 42, 819-827
3.         Wipf D., J.C. Munch, B. Botton,  and F. Buscot (1996). DNA polymorphism in morels : Complete sequences of the Internal Transcribed Spacer of Genes Coding for rRNA in Morchella esculenta (yellow morel) and Morchella conica (black morel). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62, 3541-3543
4.         Wipf D., S. Koschinsky, P. Clowez, J.C. Munch, B. Botton and F. Buscot (1997). Recent advances in ecology and systematics of morels. Cryptogamie Mycologie 18, 95-109
5.         Chillali M.,  D. Wipf, J.J. Guillaumin,  C. Mohammed and B. Botton (1998). Delineation of the European Armillaria species based on the sequences of the Internal Transcribed Spacer (ITS) of ribosomal DNA. The New Phytologist 138, 553-561
6.         Wipf D., A. Fribourg, B. Botton and F., Buscot (1999). Diversity of the Internal Transcribed Spacer of rDNA. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 45 (9), 769-778
7.         Wipf D., U. Ludewig, M. Tegeder, D. Rentsch, W. Koch and W.B. Frommer (2002).  Conservation of amino acid transporters in fungi, plants and animals. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 27, 139-147
8.         Chalot M., A. Javelle, D. Blaudez, R. Lambillote, R. Cooke, H. Sentenac, D. Wipf and B. Botton (2002). An update on transport processes in ectomycorrhizas. Plant and Soil (244, 165-175
9.         Wipf D., M. Benjdia, M. Tegeder and W.B. Frommer (2002). Characterization of a general amino acid permease from Hebeloma cylindrosporum. FEBS Letters 528, 119-124
10.       Catoni E., M. Desimone, M. Hilpert, D. Wipf, R. Kunze, A. Schneider, U. I. Flugge, K. Schumacher and W. B. Frommer (2002). Expression pattern of a nuclear encoded mitochondrial arginine-ornithine translocator gene from Arabidopsis. BMC Plant Biology 3:1
11.       Wipf D., M. Benjdia, E. Rikirsch, S. Zimmermann, M. Tegeder and W.B. Frommer (2003). An expression cDNA library for suppression cloning in yeast mutants, complementation of a yeast his4 mutant and EST analysis from the symbiotic basidiomycete Hebeloma cylindrosporum. Genome 46, 177-181
12.       Lalonde S., D. Wipf and W.B. Frommer. (2004). Transport mechanisms for carbon and nitrogen between source and sink. Annual Review of Plant Biology 55, 341-371
13.       Benjdia M., E. Rikirsch, T. Müller, M. Morel, S. Zimmermann, M. Chalot, W.B. Frommer and D. Wipf (2006). Peptide uptake in the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum : Characterization of two di- and tripeptide transporters (HcPTR2A and B). The New Phytologist 170, 401-410
14.       Schaaf G., A. Honsbeina, A.R. Meda, S. Kirschner, D. Wipf and N. von Wirén (2006). AtIREG2 encodes a tonoplast transport protein involved in iron-dependent nickel detoxification in Arabidopsis thaliana roots. Journal of Biological Chemistry 281, 25532-25540
15.       Schüssler A., H. Martin, Cohen D., M. Fitz, and D. Wipf  (2006). Characterization of the first carbohydrate transporter from symbiotic glomeromycotan fungi. Nature 444, 933-936
16.       Müller T., M. Benjdia, M. Avolio, B. Voigt, D. Menzel, A. Pardo, W.B. Frommer and D. Wipf (2006). Functional expression of the green fluorescent protein in the ectomycorrhizal model fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum. Mycorrhiza 16, 437-442
17.       Küster H., N. Hohnjec, A. Becker, C. Firnhaber, K. Manthey, A. M. Perlick, T. Bekel, K. Henckel, M. Dondrup, A. Goesmann, F. Meyer, D. Wipf, N. Requena, H. Bothe, R. Hampp, U. Nehls, F. Krajinski, P. Franken, A. Pühler. (2007) Development of bioinformatic tools to support EST-sequencing, in silico- and microarray-based transcriptome in mycorrhizal symbioses. Phytochemistry 68, 19-32
18.       Müller T., Avolio M., Olivi M., Benjdia M., Rikirsch E., Kasaras A., Fitz M., Chalot M. and Wipf D. (2007) Nitrogen transport in the ectomycorrhiza on the basis of the Hebeloma cylindrosporum-Pinus pinaster association. Phytochemistry 68, 41-51
19.       Schüssler A., H. Martin, Cohen D., M. Fitz, and D. Wipf (2007). Arbuscular mycorrhiza - the first glomeromycotan sugar transporter is isolated and characterized. Plant Signaling and Behaviour 2, 314-317
20.       Morel M., C. Jacob, M. Fitz, D. Wipf, M. Chalot and A. Brun (2008). Characterization and regulation of PiDUR3, a permease involved in the acquisition of urea by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Paxillus involutus. Fungal Genetics and Biology 45, 912-921
21.       Cappellazzo G., L. Lanfranco, M. Fitz, D. Wipf and P. Bonfante (2008). Characterization of an amino acid permease from the endomycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae. Plant Physiology 147, 429-437
22.       Couturier J. E. de Fay, M. Fitz, D. Wipf, D. Blaudez and M. Chalot (2010). PtAAP11, a high affinity amino acid transporter specifically expressed in differentiating xylem cells of poplar. Journal of Experimental Botany 61, 1671-1682
23.       Morton J., E. Grace and D. Wipf (2010). Perspectives on ICOM 6 « Beyond the roots ». Mycorrhiza 20, 289-291
24.       Couturier J., J. Doidy, F. Guinet, D. Wipf, D. Blaudez and M. Chalot (2010). Glutamine, arginine and the amino acid transporter Pt-CAT11 play important roles during senescence in poplar. Annals of Botany 105, 1159-1169 
25.       Gianinazzi S., A. Gollotte, M.N. Binet, D. van Tuinen, D. Redecker and D. Wipf (2010). Agroecology: the key role of arbuscular mycorrhizas in ecosystem services. Mycorrhiza 20, 519-530
26.       Banks J.A., …, D. Wipf, P.G. Wolf,  L. Yang, A.D. Zimmer, Q. Zhu, T. Mitros, U. Hellsten, D. Loqué, R. Otillar, A. Salamov, J. Schmutz,  H. Shapiro, E. Lindquist, S. Lucas, D. Rokhsar and I. Grigoriev (2011). The Selaginella Genome Identifies Genetic Changes Associated with the Evolution of Vascular Plants. Science 332:960-963.
27.       Guether M., V.Volpe, R.Balestrini, N.Requena, D. Wipf and P. Bonfante (2011). LjLHT1.2 - a mycorrhiza-inducible plant amino acid transporter from Lotus japonicus. Biology and Fertility of Soils 47:925-936
28.       Avolio M., T. Müller, A. Mpangara, C. Lange, B. Becker, A. Pauck, A. Kirsch, M. Fitz and D. Wipf (2012). Regulation of genes involved in nitrogen uptake and metabolism by different C/N ratios and nitrogen sources in the model ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum. Mycorrhiza 22(7):515-24
29.       Wipf D., D. Loqué, S. Lalonde and F. Frommer (2012). Amino acid transporter inventory of the Selaginella genome. Frontiers in Plant Evolution and Development 3:36. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2012.00036. Epub 2012
30.       Doidy J., Grace E., C. Kühn, F. Simon-Plas, L. Casieri and D. Wipf (2012). Sugar transporters in plants and in their interactions with fungi. Trends in Plant Science 17 (7), 413-422
31.       Casieri L., K. Gallardo and D. Wipf (2012). Transcriptional response of Medicago truncatula sulphate transporters to arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis with and without sulphur stress. Planta 235(6):1431-47
32.       Splivallo R., R. Rittersma, N. Valdez, G. Chevalier, V. Molinier, D. Wipf and P. Karlovsky (2012). Is climate change altering the geographical distribution of truffles? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment) 10: 461–462
33.       Doidy J., D. van Tuinen, O. Lamotte, M. Corneillat, G. Alcaraz and D. Wipf (2012). The Medicago truncatula sucrose transporter family. Characterization and implication of key members in carbon partitioning towards arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Molecular Plant  5(6):1346-58
34.       Liu Y., Gianinazzi-Pearson V., Arnould C., Wipf D., Zhao B. and D. van Tuinen (2013) Fungal genes related to calcium homeostasis and signalling are up-regulated in symbiotic arbuscular mycorrhiza interactions. Fungal Biology 117(1): 22-31
35.       Molinier V., C. Murat, E. Morin, A. Gollotte, D. Wipf and F. Martin (2013). First identification of polymorphic microsatellite markers in the Burgundy truffle, Tuber aestivum Vittad., using direct shotgun pyrosequencing. Applications in Plant Sciences 1(2): 1200220
36.       Koegel S., N. Ait Lahmidi, C. Arnould, O. Chatagnier, F. Walder, K. Ineichen, T. Boller, D. Wipf, A. Wiemken and P.E. Courty (2013) The Family of Ammonium Transporters (AMT) in Sorghum bicolor: Two AMTs are induced locally, but not systemically in roots colonized by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.  The New Phytologist 198(3): 853-865
37.       Casieri L., N. Ait Lahmidi, J. Doidy, C. Fourrey, A. Migeon, L. Bonneau, P.E. Courty, K. Garcia, M. Charbonnier, A. Delteil, A. Brun, S. Zimmermann, C. Plassard and D. Wipf (2013) Biotrophic transportome in mutualistic plant-fungal interactions. Mycorrhiza  23 : 597-625
38.       Bonneau L., S. Huguet, D. Wipf, N. Pauly and H.N. Truong (2013) Combined phosphate and nitrogen limitation generates a nutrient stress transcriptome favorable for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in Medicago truncatula. The New Phytologist 199: 188-202
39.       Rebollo C.M.S., Lovato P.E ., Wipf D. and Dumas-Gaudot E. (2013). Proteomic studies of arbuscular mycorrhizal associations. Advances in Biological Chemistry 3(1) : 48-58
40.       Binet M.N., L. Sage, C. Malan, J.C. Clément, D. Redecker, D. Wipf, R. Geremia, S. Lavorel and B. Mouhamadou (2013) Effects of mowing on fungal endophytes and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in subalpine grasslands. Fungal Ecology 6: 248-255
41.       Recorbet G., C. Abdallah, J. Renaut, D. Wipf and E. Dumas-Gaudot (2013) Protein actors sustaining arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis: Underground artists break the silence. The New Phytologist 199:26-40
42.       Molinier V., D. van Tuinen, Chevalier G., Gollotte A., Wipf D. and D. Redecker (2013) A multigene phylogeny demonstrates that Tuber aestivum and Tuber uncinatum are conspecific. Organisms Diversity and Evolution 13, 503-512
43.       Molinier V., Bouffaud M.L, Castel T., Mounier A., Colombet A., Recorbet G., Frochot H., and D. Wipf (2013) Monitoring the fate of a 30-year-old truffle orchard in Burgundy: from Tuber melanosporum to Tuber aestivum. Agroforestry systems 87, 1439-1449
44.       Zuber H., Poignavent G., Le Signor C., Aimé D., Vieren E., Tadla C., Lugan R., Belghazi M., Labas V., Santoni, A.L., Wipf D., Buitink J., Avice J.C., Salon C., and K. Gallardo (2013) Legume adaptation to sulfur deficiency revealed by comparing nutrient allocation and seed traits in Medicago truncatula. The Plant Journal 76(6):982-996
45.       Negrel J., F. Javelle and D. Wipf (2014) Detection of an O-methyltransferase synthesising acetosyringone in methyl jasmonate-treated tobacco cell-suspensions cultures. Phytochemistry 99: 52-60
46.       Abdallah C., B. Valot, C. Guillier, A. Mounier, T. Balliau, M. Zivy, D. van Tuinen, J. Renaut, D. Wipf, E. Dumas-Gaudot and G. Recorbet (2014) The membrane proteome of Medicago truncatula roots displays qualitative and quantitative changes in response to arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Journal of Proteomics 108:354-368, doi: 10.1016/j.jprot.2014.05.028
47.       Gallardo K., Courty P.E., Le Signor C., Wipf D. and V. Vernoud (2014) Sulfate transporters in the plant’s response to drought and salinity: regulation and possible functions. Frontiers in Plant Science 29;5:580, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00580
48.       Wipf D., Mongelard D., van Tuinen D., Gutierrez L. and L. Casieri (2014) Transcriptional responses of Medicago truncatula upon sulfur deficiency stress and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Frontiers in Plant Science 30, 5, 680, DOI 10.3389/fpls.2014.00680.
49.       Lemanceau P., Maron P.A., Mougel C., Philippot L., Pivato B., Plassart P., Ranjard L., Revellin C., Tardy V. and D. Wipf (2015). Understanding and managing soil biodiversity:  a major challenge in agroecology. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 35, 67-81, DOI 10.1007/s13593-014-0247-0
50.       Courty P.E., Smith P., Koegel S., Redecker D. and D. Wipf (2015) Inorganic Nitrogen uptake and transport in beneficial plant root-microbe interactions. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 34, Issue 1-3, 4-16, DOI:10.1080/07352689.2014.897897
51.       Molinier V., Murat C., Frochot H., Wipf D. and R. Splivallo (2015) Fine-scale spatial genetic structure analysis of the black truffle Tuber aestivum and its link to aroma variability. Environmental Microbiology DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.12910
52.       Molinier V., Murat C., Peter M., Gollotte A., De la Varga H., Meier B., Egli S., Belfiori B., Paolocci F. and D. Wipf (2015) SSR- based identification of genetic groups within European populations of Tuber aestivum Vittad. Mycorrhiza DOI:10.1007/s00572-015-0649-0
53.       Hafidi M., Qaddoury A., Duponnois R., Wipf D., Hijri M. and A. Bâ (2015) International Congress on Mycorrhizae: mycorrhizal symbiosis a key factor for improving plant productivity and ecosystems restoration. Mycorrhiza DOI:10.1007/s00572-015-0637-4
54.       Trouvelot S., Bonneau L., Redecker D., van Tuinen D., Adrian M. and D. Wipf (2015) Arbuscular mycorrhiza symbiosis in viticulture. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development DOI: 10.1007/s13593-015-0329-7
55.       Jeandroz S. , D. Wipf, D. Stuehr, L. Lamattina, M. Melkonian, Z. Tian, Y. Zhu, E. J. Carpenter, G. K.-S. Wong and D. Wendehenne (2016) Occurrence, structure, and evolution of Nitric Oxide Synthase–like proteins in the plant kingdom. Science Signaling 9(417):re2-re2 , doi:10.1126/scisignal.aad4403
56.       Peyret-Guzzon M., Stockinger H., Bouffaud M.-L., Farcy P., Wipf  D.  and D. Redecker (2016) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities and Rhizophagus irregularis populations shift in response to short term ploughing and fertilisation in a buffer strip. Mycorrhiza 26 : 33-46, DOI:10.1007/s00572-015-0644-5
57.       Bouffaud M.L., E. Bernaud, A. Colombet, D. van Tuinen, D. Wipf and D. Redecker (2016). Regional-scale analysis of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: the case of Burgundy vineyards. Journal International des sciences de la vigne et du vin 49(4), 275-291
58.       Calabrese S., J. Pérez-Tienda, M. Ellerbeck, C. Arnould, O. Chatagnier, T. Boller, A. Schüßler, A. Brachmann, D. Wipf, N. Ferrol and P.E. Courty (2016). GintAMT3 – a low-affinity ammonium transporter of the arbuscular mycorrhizal Rhizophagus irregularis. Frontiers in Plant Science doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00679
59.       Wipf D. and P.E. Courty (2016). The nutritional transportome in plant-microbe interactions, next stop please. Frontiers in Plant Science doi :10.3389/fpls.2016.00809
60.       Jeudy C., M. Adrian, C. Baussart, C. Bernard, E. Bernaud, V. Bourion, H. Busset, L. Cabrera, F. Cointault, S. Han, M. Lamboeuf, D. Moreau, B. Pivato, M. Prudent, S. Trouvelot, H.N. Truong, V. Vernoud, A.S. Voisin, D. Wipf, and C. Salon (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. doi : 10.1186/s13007-016-0131-9
61.       Ait Lahmidi N., P.E. Courty, D. Brulé, O. Chatagnier, C. Arnould, J. Doidy, G. Berta, G. Lingua, D. Wipf and L. Bonneau (2016). Sugar Exchanges in Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: RiMST5 and RiMST6, two Novel Rhizophagus irregularis Monosaccharide Transporters, Are Involved in Both Sugar Uptake from the Soil and from the Plant Partner. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 107, 354–363
62.       Garcia K., J. Doidy, S. Zimmermann, D. Wipf and P.E. Courty (2016). Take a trip through the plant and fungal transportome of mycorrhiza. Trends in Plant Science 21(11):937-950
63.       Bouffaud M.L., Creamer R.E., Stone D., Plassart P., van  Tuinen D., Lemanceau P., Wipf D. and D. Redecker (2016). Indicator species and co-occurrence in communities of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities at the European scale. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 103, 464–470
64.       Bouffaud M.L., Bragalini C., Berruti A., Peyret-Guzzon M., Voyron, S., Stockinger H., van Tuinen D., Lumini E, Wipf D., Plassart P., Lemanceau P., Bianciotto C., Redecker D. and M. Girlanda (2016). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community differences among European Long Term Observatories. Mycorrhiza 27(4), 331-343. doi:10.1007/s00572-016-0753-9
65.       Daher Z., G. Recorbet, K. Solymosi, S. Wienkoop, A. Mounier, D. Morandi, J. Lherminier, D. Wipf, E. Dumas-Gaudot and B. Schoefs (2016). Changes in plastid proteome and structure in arbuscular mycorrhizal roots display a nutrient starvation signature. Physiologia plantarum 159, 13-29
66.       Hao Z., van Tuinen D., Wipf D., Fayolle L., Chataignier O., Li X., Chen B., Gianinazzi S., Gianinazzi-Pearson V.P. and M. Adrian (2017) Biocontrol of grapevine aerial and root pathogens byPaenibacillus sp. strain B2 and paenimyxin in vitro and in planta. Biological control 109, 42-50
67.       Koegel S., Mieulet D., Baday B., Chatagnier O., Lehmann M.F., Wiemken A., Boller T., Wipf D., Bernèche S., Guiderdoni E. and P.E. Courty (2017) Phylogenetic, structural, and functional characterization of AMT3;1, an ammonium transporter induced by mycorrhization among model grasses. Mycorrhiza 27(7):695-708. DOI 10.1007/s00572-017-0786-8
68.       Pfister C., Bourque S., Chatagnier O., Chiltz A., Fromentin J., van Tuinen D., Wipf D. and N. Leborgne-Castel (2017) Differential signaling and sugar exchanges in response to avirulent pathogen- and symbiont- derived molecules in tobacco cells. Frontiers in Microbiology DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.02228
69.       Aloui A., Recorbet G., Lemaître-Guillier C., Mounier A., Balliau T., Zivy M, Wipf D. and E. Dumas-Gaudot (2018) The plasma membrane proteome of Medicago truncatula roots as modified by arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis. Mycorrhiza 28(1):1-16. doi: 10.1007/s00572-017-0789-5
70.       Murat C., Payen T., Noel B., Kuo A., Morin E., …, Wipf D., …  and F.M. Martin (2018) Genomes of Pezizomycetes reveal molecular basis of Tuberaceae lifestyle. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2, 1956–1965
71.       Todeschini V., Ait Lahmidi N., Mazzucco E., Marsano F., Gosetti F., Robotti E., Bona E., Massa N., Bonneau L., Marengo E., Wipf D., Berta B. and G. Lingua (2018) Impact of beneficial microorganisms on strawberry growth, fruit production, nutritional quality and volatilome. Frontiers in Plant Science
72.       Wipf D, Krajinski F., van Tuinen D., Recorbet G. and P.E. Courty (2019) Trading on the arbuscular mycorrhiza market: from arbuscules to common mycorrhizal network. The New Phytologist, 223(3), 1127-1142, Tansley review
73.       Essiane-Ondo O, J Zerbib, S Gianinazzi and D. Wipf (2019) Wheat landraces with low mycorrhizing ability respond differently to inoculation in the field with artificial or indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities. Symbiosis 78(3), 229-240
74.       Calabrese S, Cusant L, Sarazin A, Niehl A, Erban A, Brul& D, Recorbet G, Wipf D, Roux C, Kopka J, Boller T, Courty PE (2019) Imbalanced regulation of fungal nutrient transports according to phosphate availability in a symbiocosm formed by poplar, sorghum and Rhizophagus irregularis. Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1617. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.01617
75.       van Tuinen D., E. Tranchand, F. Hirissou, D. Wipf, and P.E. Courty (2020) Carbon partitioning in a walnut-maize agroforestry system through arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Rhizosphere 15: DOI: 10.1016/j.rhisph.2020.100230
Idder Ighili H, A Agustian, MA Idder, JJ Guillaumin, D Wipf, B Botton (2020) Production of Β-Glucosidases by European Armillaria species. Forest Pathology (DOI:10.1111/efp.12624

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