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  • C. Délye, 2012. Unravelling the genetic bases of non-target-site based resistance (NTSR) to herbicides: a major challenge for weed science in the forthcoming decade. [Pest Management Science->]
  • C. Petit, F. Pernin, J.-M. Heydel & C. Délye, 2012. Validation of a set of reference genes to study response to herbicide stress in grasses. [BMC Research Notes 5, 18->]
  • R. Busi, S. Michel, S.B. Powles & C. Délye, 2011. Gene flow increases the initial frequency of herbicide resistance alleles in unselected Lolium rigidum populations. [Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 142, 403-409->]
  • C. Délye, J.A.C. Gardin, K. Boucansaud, B. Chauvel & C Petit, 2011. Non-target-site-based resistance should be at the centre of herbicide resistance research attention: black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) as an illustration. [Weed Research 51, 433-437->]
  • C. Délye, F. Pernin & S. Michel, 2011. ‘Universal’ PCR assays detecting mutations in acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase or acetolactate-synthase that endow herbicide resistance in grass weeds. [Weed Research 51, 353–362->]
  • T. Malausa, A. Gilles, E. Meglécz, H. Blanquart, S. Duthoy, C. Costedoat, V. Dubut, N. Pech, P. Castagnone-Sereno, C. Délye, N. Feau, P. Frey, P. Gauthier, T. Guillemaud, L. Hazard, V. Le Corre, B. Lung-Escarmant, P.-J. Malé, S. Ferreira, J.-F. Martin, 2011. High-throughput microsatellite isolation through 454 GS-FLX Titanium pyrosequencing of enriched DNA libraries. [Molecular Ecology Resources 11, 638-644->]
  • C. Délye, F. Pernin & L. Scarabel, 2011. Evolution and diversity of the mechanisms endowing resistance to herbicides inhibiting acetolactate-synthase (ALS) in corn poppy (Papaver rhoeas L.). [Plant Science 180, 333-342->]
  • C. Délye, J. A. J. Clément, F. Pernin, B. Chauvel & V. Le Corre, 2010. High gene flow promotes the genetic homogeneity of arable weed populations at the landscape level. [Basic and Applied Ecology 11, 504-512->]
  • C. Petit, B. Duhieu, K. Boucansaud & C. Délye, 2010. Complex genetic control of non-target-site-based resistance to herbicides inhibiting acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase and acetolactate-synthase in Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. [Plant Science 178, 501-509->]
  • C. Délye, S. Michel, A. Bérard, B. Chauvel, D. Brunel, J.-P. Guillemin, F. Dessaint & V. Le Corre, 2010. Geographical variation in resistance to acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase-inhibiting herbicides across the range of the arable weed Alopecurus myosuroides (black-grass). [New Phytologist 186, 1005-1017->]
  • C. Petit, G. Bay, F. Pernin & C. Délye, 2010. Prevalence of cross- or multiple resistance to the acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors fenoxaprop, clodinafop and pinoxaden in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) in France. [Pest Management Science 66, 168-177->]
  • C. Délye, K. Boucansaud, F. Pernin & V. Le Corre, 2009. Variation in the gene encoding acetolactate-synthase in Lolium species and proactive detection of mutant, herbicide-resistant alleles. [Weed Research 49, 326-336->]
  • C. Délye, A. Matéjicek & S. Michel, 2008. Cross-resistance patterns to ACCase-inhibiting herbicides conferred by mutant ACCase isoforms in Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. (black-grass), re-examined at the recommended herbicide field rate. [Pest Management Science 64, 1179-1186->]
  • Y. Menchari, B. Chauvel, H. Darmency & C. Délye, 2008. Fitness costs associated with three mutant acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase alleles endowing herbicide resistance in black-grass Alopecurus myosuroides. [Journal of Applied Ecology 45, 939-947->]
  • C. Délye & K. Boucansaud, 2008. A molecular assay for the proactive detection of target site-based resistance to herbicides inhibiting acetolactate synthase in Alopecurus myosuroides. [Weed Research 48, 97-101->]
  • Y. Menchari, C. Délye & V. Le Corre, 2007. Genetic variation and population structure in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.), a successful, herbicide–resistant, annual grass weed of winter cereal fields. [Molecular Ecology 16, 3161–3172->]
  • C. Délye, Y. Menchari, J.-P. Guillemin, A. Matéjicek, S. Michel, C. Camilleri & B. Chauvel, 2007. Status of black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides) resistance to acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors in France. [Weed Research 47, 95-105->]
  • Y. Menchari, C. Camilleri, S. Michel, D. Brunel, F. Dessaint, V. Le Corre & C. Délye, 2006. Weed response to herbicides: regional-scale distribution of herbicide resistance alleles in the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides. [New Phytologist 171, 861-874 & 887 (erratum) ->]
  • X. Tian, C. Délye & H. Darmency, 2006. Molecular evidence of biased inheritance of trifluralin herbicide resistance in foxtail millet. [Plant Breeding 125, 254-258->]
  • B. Chauvel, J.-P. Guillemin, F. Dessaint & C. Délye, 2006. Regional study of herbicide resistance of {Alopecurus myosuroides} Huds. in France. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection XX, 57-64.
  •  C. Délye, 2005. Weed resistance to acetyl coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors: an update. [Weed Science 53, 728-746->]
  • C. Délye & S. Michel, 2005. ‘Universal’ primers for PCR-sequencing of grass chloroplastic acetyl-CoA carboxylase domains involved in resistance to herbicides. [Weed Research 45, 323-330->]
  • C. Délye, Y. Menchari & S. Michel, 2005. A single polymerase chain reaction-based assay for simultaneous detection of two mutations conferring resistance to tubulin-binding herbicides in Setaria viridis. [Weed Research 45, 228-235->]
  • C. Délye, X.-Q. Zhang, S. Michel, A. Matéjicek & S. B. Powles, 2005. Molecular bases for sensitivity to acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase inhibitors in black-grass. [Plant Physiology 137, 794-806->]
  • C. Délye, Y. Menchari, S. Michel & H. Darmency, 2004. Molecular bases for sensitivity to tubulin-binding herbicides in green foxtail. [Plant Physiology 136, 3920-3932->]
  • C. Délye, C. Straub, S. Michel & V. Le Corre, 2004. Nucleotide variability at the acetyl coenzyme A carboxylase gene and the signature of herbicide selection in the grass weed Alopecurus myosuroides (Huds.). [Molecular Biology and Evolution 21, 884-892->]
  • C. Délye, C. Straub, A. Matéjicek & S. Michel, 2004. Multiple origins for black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds) target-site-based resistance to herbicides inhibiting acetyl-CoA carboxylase. [Pest Management Science 60, 35-41->]
  • C. Délye, X.-Q. Zhang, C. Chalopin, S. Michel & S. B. Powles, 2003. An isoleucine residue within the carboxyl-transferase domain of multidomain acetyl-coenzyme A carboxylase is a major determinant of sensitivity to aryloxyphenoxypropionate but not to cyclohexanedione inhibitors. [Plant Physiology 132, 1716-1723->]
  • B. Denoyes-Rothan, G. Guérin, C. Délye, B. Smith, D. Minz, M. Maymon & S. Freeman, 2003. Genetic diversity and pathogenic variability among isolates of Colletotrichum species from strawberry. Phytopathology 93, 219-228.
  • C. Délye, A. Matéjicek & J. Gasquez, 2002. PCR-based detection of resistance to Acetyl-CoA carboxylase-inhibiting herbicides in black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds) and ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaud). [Pest Management Science 58, 474-478->]
  • C. Délye, É. Calmès & A. Matéjicek, 2002. SNP markers for black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides Huds.) genotypes resistant to acetyl CoA-carboxylase inhibiting herbicides. [Theoretical and Applied Genetics 104, 1114-1120->]
  • C. Délye, T. Wang & H. Darmency, 2002. An isoleucine-leucine substitution in chloroplastic acetyl-CoA carboxylase from green foxtail (Setaria viridis L. Beauv.) is responsible for resistance to the cyclohexanedione herbicide sethoxydim. [Planta 214, 421-427->]
  • P. Lecomte, J.-P. Péros, D. Blancard, N. Bastien & C. Délye, 2000. PCR assays that identify the grapevine dieback fungus Eutypa lata. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66, 4475-4480.
  • C. Délye, V. Ronchi, F. Laigret & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1999. Nested allele-specific PCR distinguish genetic groups of Uncinula necator. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65, 3950-3954.
  • C. Délye, L. Bousset & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1998. PCR cloning and detection of point mutations in the eburicol 14alpha-demethylase (CYP51) gene from Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei, a "recalcitrant" fungus. Current Genetics 34, 399-403.
  • C. Délye & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1998. Rapid isolation of both double-stranded RNA and PCR-suitable DNA from the obligate biotrophic phytopathogenic fungus Uncinula necator using a commercially available reagent. Journal of Virological Methods 74, 149-153.
  • C. Délye & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1998. Origin of primary infections of grape by Uncinula necator: RAPD analysis discriminates two biotypes. Mycological Research 102, 283-288.
  • C. Délye, F. Laigret & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1997. New tools for studying epidemiology and resistance of grape powdery mildew to DMI fungicides. Pesticide Science 51, 309-314.
  • C. Délye, F. Laigret & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1997. Cloning and sequence analysis of the eburicol 14alpha-demethylase gene of the obligate biotrophic grape powdery mildew fungus. Gene 195, 29-33.
  • C. Délye, F. Laigret & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1997. A mutation in the 14alpha-demethylase gene of Uncinula necator that correlates with resistance to a sterol biosynthesis inhibitor. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63, 2966-2970.
  • C. Délye, F. Laigret & M.-F. Corio-Costet, 1997. RAPD analysis provides insight into the biology and epidemiology of Uncinula necator. Phytopathology 87, 670-677.
  • C. Délye, M.-F. Corio-Costet & F. Laigret, 1995. A RAPD assay for strain typing of the biotrophic grape powdery mildew fungus Uncinula necator using DNA extracted from the mycelium. Experimental Mycology 19, 234-237.
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