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Curriculum Vitae

Encadrement de thèses : 2004-2007 - Boris Fumanal : Caractérisation des traits biologiques et des processus évolutifs d’une espèce envahissante en France : Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.
2007-2010 - Stéphane Cordeau : Conséquences de la mise en place de bandes enherbées sur l’évolution de la flore adventice dans les agrosystèmes de grandes cultures.
2010 – 2013 - Aude trichard : évaluation de l’adoption du semis direct sous couvert sur l’intensité des régulations biologiques des adventices
2014-2017 - Lucie Meyer : l’évolution des populations de mauvaises herbes dans les systèmes de culture en semis direct sous couvert
2017- 2020 - Damien Derrouch : Evolution des populations de mauvaises herbes dans les systèmes de culture en semis direct sous couvert  


Activités de Recherche

Evolution des communautés de mauvaises herbes
Système de culture
Semis direct sous Couvert
Résistances aux herbicides
Plantes exotiques envahissantes


Activités d'enseignement

Gestion de la flore adventice
Reconnaissance des espèces adventices


Mots clés

Malherbologie, système de culture, communautés de mauvaises herbes



* CHAUVEL B., DESSAINT F., CARDINAL-LEGRAND C., BRETAGNOLLE F. 2006. The historical spread of Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. in France from herbarium records. Journal of Biogeography, 33, 665-673.
*CHAUVEL B., GUILLEMIN J.P., DESSAINT F., DÉLYE C. 2006.Regional study of herbicide resistance of Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. in France. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. Sonderheft, XX, 57-64.
* CHAUVEL B., GUILLEMIN J-P, COLBACH N. 2009. Evolution of a herbicide-resistant population of Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. in a long-term cropping system experiment. Crop Protection, 28, 343–349.
* CHAUVEL B., GUILLEMIN J-P, GASQUEZ J., GAUVRIT C. 2012. History of chemical weeding from 1944 to 2011 in France: changes and evolution of herbicide molecules. Crop Protection, 42, 320-326.
* CHAUVEL B. & MARTINEZ Q. 2013. Allergie à l’ambroisie : quels moyens pour empêcher l’invasion ? Revue française d’allergologie. 53, (3), Edition 8e Congrès Francophone d’Allergologie), 229–234. 

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