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GIBOT-LECLERC Stéphanie

GIBOT-LECLERC Stéphanie
associate professor AgroSup Dijon
Pôle : GESTAD
Courriel : stephanie.gibot-leclerc@inrae.fr stephanie.gibot-leclerc@agrosupdijon.fr
Tel : 03.80.77.28.03 / 03.80.69.34.69
Fax : 03.80.77.25.51 / 03.80.69.30.32

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2006    Associate professor at AgroSup Dijon (D2A2E), affiliated researcher at the UMR Agroécologie
 2005-2006    Full time teaching assistant at the Laboratoire des Sciences Végétales, EA 209, Paris Faculté des Sciences Pharmaceutiques et Biologiques. "Study of the mechanisms involved in the resistance to antifungal agents and in the process of filamentation in pathogen yeasts of Candida genus"
 2004-2005    Post-doctoral student at the Laboratoire de Physiologie Végétale Appliquée,  EA 2388, UPMC. "Study of the transcripts involved in the germination and dormancy of barley seed through cDNA-AFLP"
 2004              PhD, UPMC, in « Diversity of living organisms », "Epidemiologic, ecophysiologic and agronomic study of the Orobanche ramosa L./Brassica napus L pathosystem".

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

I work on the agro-ecology of interactions, most specifically on the biotic regulations between weed flora and the parasitic plant Phelipanche ramosa in the context of integrated crop protection.

  • Characterization of P. ramosa populations’ genetic variability and impact of weed flora on the parasite’s demographic dynamic.
  • Characterization of the functional traits of P. ramosa contributing to the success of its cycle on its host.
  • Characterization of the phytosanitary risk linked to the modifications in cropping systems and to the change they induce in flora (P. ramosa model).

 

  • Development of a prototype model (PheraSys) for predicting the effect of cropping systems on the dynamic of P. ramosa in interaction with non-parasitic weed flora.
  • Deciphering of the concept of allelopathy as a method for controling P. ramosa.

I also work on the characterization of the infestation and genetic variability of hemiparasite Rhamphicarpa fistulosa populations in Togo.

I am a member of the International Parasitic Plant Society (IPPS) and of the British Ecological Society (BES).

TEACHING

– Agronomy and environment (engineers initial and continuing training, AgroSup Dijon)
 – Biotic interactions between plant communities within the framework of integrated crop protection (Master B2IPME, University of Burgundy)

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Publications

Seules mes publications dans des revues internationales sont listées :
Gibot-Leclerc S, Guichard L, Edel-Herrmann V, Dessaint F, Gautheron N, Bernaud E, Reibel C, Cartry D,
Steinberg C. Parasitic plants: diversity of potential mycoherbicides present in the host-plants rhizosphere; case of Phelipanche ramosa in tobacco. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. Soumis
Gibot-Leclerc S, Connault M, Perronne R, Dessaint F. How a synthetic strigolactone analogue reveals the
adaptability of the germination potential of broomrape seed populations? Seed Science Research. Soumis
Cartry D, Steinberg C, Gibot-Leclerc S. What are the main drivers of broomrape regulation? Agronomy for Sustainable Development. Soumis
Houngbédji T, Dessaint F, Nicolardot B, Perronne R, Gibot-Leclerc S. Abundance of Rhamphicarpa
fistulosa in lowland rice fields in the Savannah region of Togo: moderate influence of physico-chemical characteristics of soils. Weed Research. En révision
Houngbédji T, Shykoff JA, Nicolardot B, Gibot-Leclerc S. Different hosts stimulate germination,
growth and reproduction to various extents in the hemiparasitic weed Rhamphicarpa fistulosa. Plant Ecology and Evolution. En révision
Pointurier O, Gibot-Leclerc S, Le Corre V, Reibel C, Stribk F, Colbach N. 2019. Intraspecific seasonal
variation of dormancy and mortality of Phelipanche ramosa seeds. Weed Research 59: 407-418. doi:
10.1111/wre.12378.
Colbach N, Bockstaller C, Colas F, Gibot-Leclerc S, Moreau D, Pointurier O, Villerd J. 2017. Assessing
broomrape risk due to weeds in cropping systems with an indicator linked to a simulation model. Ecological
Indicators 82: 280-292. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.05.070
Perronne R, Gibot-Leclerc S, Dessaint F, Reibel C, Le Corre V. 2017. Is induction ability of seed
germination of Phelipanche ramosa phylogenetically structured among hosts? A case study on Fabaceae
species. Genetica. 145: 481-489.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Perronne R, Dessaint F, Reibel C, Le Corre V. 2016. Assesment of phylogenetic signal in
the germination ability of Phelipanche ramosa on Brassicaceae hosts. Weed Research. 56: 452-461. doi:
10.1111/wre.12222.Fernandez-Aparicio M, Bernard A, Falchetto L, Marget P, Chauvel B, Steinberg C, Morris CE, Gibot-Leclerc S et al. 2017. Investigation of Amino Acids as herbicides for control of Orobanche minor parasitism in red clover. Frontiers in Plant Sciences. 8: 842-854. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00842.
Gaba S, Perronne R, Fried G, Gardarin A, Bretagnolle F, Biju-Duval L, Colbach N, Cordeau S, Gauvrit C,
Gibot-Leclerc S et al. 2017. Response and effect traits of arable weeds in agro-ecosystems: a review of
current knowledge. Weed Research. 57: 123-147. doi: 10.1111/wre.12245.
Houngbédji T, Dessaint F, Nicolardot B, Shykoff JA, Gibot-leclerc S. 2016. Weed communities of rain-fed
lowland rice vary with infestation by Rhamphicarpa fistulosa. Acta Oecologica. 77: 85-90. doi:
10.1016/j.actao.2016.09.004.
Moreau D, Gibot-Leclerc S, Girardin A, Pointurier O, Reibel C, Stribik F, Fernandez-Aparicio M, Colbach N.
2016. Trophic relationships between the parasitic plant species Phelipanche ramosa (L.) Pomel and crop and weed host species. Frontiers in Plant Sciences. 7: 1033-1045. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01033.
Fernandez-Aparicio M, Reboud X, Gibot-Leclerc S. 2016. Broomrape weeds. Underground mechanisms of
parasitism and associated strategies for their control: a review. Frontiers in Plant Sciences. 7: 135-147. doi:
10.3389/fpls.2016.00135.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Reibel C, Le Corre V, Dessaint F. 2015. Unexpected fast development of branched
broomrape on slow-growing Brassicaceae. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 35: 151-156. doi:
10.1007/s13593-014-0217-6.
Houngbédji T & Gibot-Leclerc S. 2015. First report of Rhamphicarpa fistulosa on peanut (Arachis
hypogaea), soybean (Glycine max), and tossa jute (Corchorus olitorius) in Togo. Plant Disease. 99(11):
1654. doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-04-15-0429-PDN.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Reibel C, Legros S. 2014. First report of branched broomrape (Phelipanche ramosa) on
celeriac (Apium gravolens) in Eastern France. Plant Disease. 98(9): 1286. doi:10.1094/PDIS-02-14-0148-
PDN.
Houngbédji, T, Pocanam Y, Shykoff JA, Nicolardot B, Gibot-Leclerc S. 2014. New insights into the infection
of the parasitic plant Rhamphicarpa fistulosa in rice in Togo. Cahiers Agricultures. 23 (6): 357-365. doi :
10.1684/agr.2014.0723
Le Corre V, Reibel C, Gibot-Leclerc S. 2014. Development of microsatellite markers in branched broomrape
Phelipanche ramosa L. (Pomel) and evidence for host-associated genetic divergence. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 15: 994-1002. doi:10.3390/ijms15010994.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Dessaint F, Reibel C, Le Corre V. 2013. Phelipanche ramosa (L.) Pomel populations differ
in life-history and infection response to hosts. Flora 208: 247-252. doi:10.1016/j.flora.2013.03.007.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Abdennebi-Abdemessed N, Reibel C, Colbach N, 2013. Non-host facilitators, a new
category that unexpectedly favors parasitic weeds. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 33: 787-793.
doi:10.1007/s13593-013-0153-x.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Sallé G, Reboud X, Moreau D. 2012. What are the traits of Phelipanche ramosa (L.) Pomel
that contribute to the success of its biological cycle on its host Brassica napus L.? Flora 207: 512-521.
doi:10.1016/j.flora.2012.06.011.
Colbach N, Abdennebi-Abdemessed N, Gibot-Leclerc S. 2011 A preliminary approach for modelling the
effects of cropping systems on the dynamics of broomrape (Phelipanche ramosa) in interaction with the nonparasitic weed flora. Oilseeds and fats, Crops and Lipids 18: 39-45. doi.org/10.1051/ocl.2011.0360.
Reboutier D, Piednoël M, Boisnard S, Conti A, Chevalier V, Florent M, Gibot-Leclerc S et al. 2009.
Combination of different molecular mechanisms leading to fluconazole resistance in a Candida lusitaniae
clinical isolate. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease 63: 188-193.
doi:10.1016/j.diagmicrobio.2008.10.019. Papon N, Chapeland-Leclerc F, Florent M, Gibot-Leclerc S, Chastin C, Villard J, Noël T. 2007. Molecular mechanism of flucytosine resistance in Candida lusitaniae: contribution of the FCY2, FCY1 and FUR1 genes to 5-fluorouracil and fluconazole cross-resistance. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 51 (1): 369-371. doi:10.1128/AAC.00824-06. IF 2014 = 4.715 Leymarie J, Bruneaux E, Gibot-Leclerc S, Corbineau F. 2007. Identification of transcripts potentially involved
in barley seed germination and dormancy using cDNA-AFLP. Journal of Experimental Botany 58 (3): 425-
437. doi:10.1093/jxb/erl211.
Gibot-Leclerc, S, Pinochet X, Sallé G. 2006. Orobanche rameuse du colza : un risque émergeant sous
surveillance. Oilseeds and fats, Crops and Lipids 13 (2): 200-205. doi.org/10.1051/ocl.2006.0015.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Corbineau F, Sallé G, Côme D. 2004. Responsiveness of Orobanche ramosa L. seeds to
GR 24 as related to temperature, oxygen availability and water potential during preconditioning and
subsequent germination. Plant Growth Regulation 43: 63-71. doi:10.1023/B:GROW.0000038242.77309.73.
Gibot-Leclerc S, Brault M, Pinochet X, Sallé G. 2003. Potential role of winter rape weeds in the extension of
broomrape in Poitou-Charentes. Comptes Rendus Biologies 326: 645-658. doi:10.1016/S1631-
0691(03)00169-0. 

Principaux contrats :

Projet Région FBC (2018-2021) OROBANCHISEED :  Biocontrôle de la germination des graines de P. ramosa, adventice parasite du colza, par l’arsenal métabolique des champignons rhizosphériques

Projet CASDAR France Agrimer (2017-2019) ELIOT : Evaluation de solutions de lutte intégrée contre l’orobanche rameuse (P. ramosa L.), plante parasite de la culture de tabac, incluant de nouvelles solutions herbicides conventionnelles et de bio-contrôle

 

LINK

International Parasitic Plant Society: http://www.parasiticplants.org/

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KEYWORDS

Agroécologie, régulations biotiques, adventices, plante parasite, Phelipanche ramosa (orobanche rameuse)