Pauline Clin
Pauline Clin
PhD student in eco-epidemiology, INRAE Rennes
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Taking advantage of pathogen diversity and immune priming to minimize disease prevalence in host mixtures: a model
P Clin, F Grognard, L Mailleret, F Val, D Andrivon, FM Hamelin
Phytopathology® 111 (7), 1219-1227, 2021
A comparison of PTI defense profiles induced in Solanum tuberosum by PAMP and non-PAMP elicitors shows distinct, elicitor-specific responses
RL Martin, P Le Boulch, P Clin, A Schwarzenberg, JC Yvin, D Andrivon, ...
Plos one 15 (8), e0236633, 2020
Host mixtures for plant disease control: Benefits from pathogen selection and immune priming
P Clin, F Grognard, D Andrivon, L Mailleret, FM Hamelin
Evolutionary Applications 15 (6), 967-975, 2022
Oviposition preference of the cabbage root fly towards some Chinese cabbage cultivars: A search for future trap crop candidates
F Lamy, L Bellec, A Rusu-Stievenard, P Clin, C Ricono, D Olivier, ...
Insects 11 (2), 127, 2020
The proportion of resistant hosts in mixtures should be biased towards the resistance with the lowest breaking cost
P Clin, F Grognard, D Andrivon, L Mailleret, FM Hamelin
PLoS Computational Biology 19 (5), e1011146, 2023
Modéliser les dynamiques épidémiques avec priming immunitaire au sein des mélanges variétaux
P Clin
Rennes, Agrocampus Ouest, 2022
Immune priming and the limited diversity of resistance genes in host mixtures
P Clin, F Grognard, L Mailleret, F Hamelin, IS Antipolis-Méditerranée
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