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Dispositif QTL pin maritime

Nom du dispositif
Dispositif QTL pin maritime
Localisation
Cestas (33612), Lacanau de Mios (33380), Malente (33720 Origne)

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Type de dispositif
Dispositif expérimental
Mono ou multi-site
Multi-site
Insertion dans un réseau
Non
Site Web
Non
Description
Ce dispositif est composé de plusieurs descendances de plein-frères (F1 ou F2) installés sur plusieurs sites en Gironde et dans les Landes.
Date(s) d'installation
1999 à 2013
Surface
5 ha
Type de substrat
Lande sèche mésophile et humide
Espèces structurantes
Pinus pinaster
Variables testées/observées
Génotype et phénotype
instrumentation-équipement particulier
Une partie du dispositif est équipé de capteur de croissance du diamètre du tronc sub-horaire, de sonde TDL et d'une station météo.
Nature des données / type de mesures
Phénotype, Génotype, Environnement
Disponibilité des données
Gestionnaire des données
François Ehrenmann
Contact scientifique
Jean-Marc Gion et Christophe Plomion
Partenaires (installation/gestion/suivi)
UEFP
Publications
  • Bartholomé J, van Heerwaarden J, Bink MCAM, Chancerel E, Boury C, Lesur I, Isik F, Bouffier L, Plomion C (2016) Linkage and association mapping for two major traits of the maritime pine breeding program: tree height and stem straightness. PlosOne 11: e0165323
  • Plomion C, Bartholomé J, Bouffier L, Brendel O, Cochard H, de Miguel M, Delzon S, Gion JM, González-Martínez SC, Guehl JM, Lagraulet H, Le Provost G, Marguerit E, Porté A (2016) The genetic basis of adaptation to water deficit in trees through the examination of water use efficiency and cavitation resistance: maritime pine as a case study. JPH 3: e-008
  • Plomion C, Bartholomé J, Lesur I, Boury C, Rodríguez-Quilón I, Lagraulet H, Ehrenmann F, Bouffier L, Gion JM, Grivet D, de Miguel M, de María N, Cervera M, Bagnoli F, Isik F, Vendramin GG, Gonzalez-Martinez SC (2016) High-density SNP assay development for genetic analysis in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster). Mol Ecol Res 16: 574-587
  • de Miguel M, Bartholomé J, Ehrenmann F, Murat F, Moriguchi Y, Uchiyama K, Ueno S, Tsumura Y, Lagraulet H, de Maria N, Cabezas AJ, Cervera MT, Gion JM, Salse J, Plomion C (2015) Evidence of intense chromosomal shuffling during conifer evolution. GBE 7: 2799-2809
  • Marguerit E, Bouffier L, Chancerel E, Costa P, Lagane F, Guehl JM, Plomion C, Brendel O (2014) The genetics of water-use efficiency and its relation to growth in maritime pine. J Exp Bot 65:4757-68
  • Plomion C, Chancerel E, Endelman JB, Lamy JB, Mandrou E, Lesur I, Ehrenmann F, Isik F, Bink MCAM, Vanheerwaarden J,  Bouffier L (2014) Genome-wide distribution of genetic diversity and linkage disequilibrium in a mass-selected population of maritime pine. BMC Genomics 15:171
  • Chancerel E, Lamy JB, Lesur I, Noirot C, Klopp C, Ehrenmann F, Boury C, Le Provost G, Label P, Lalanne C, Léger V, Salin F, Gion JM, Plomion C (2013) High density linkage mapping in a pine tree reveals a genomic region associated with inbreeding depression and provides clues to the extent and distribution of meiotic recombination. BMC Biology 11:50
  • Chancerel E, Lepoittevin C, Le Provost G, Lin YC, Jaramillo-Correa JP, Eckert AJ, Wegrzyn JL, Zelenika D, Boland A, Frigerio JM, Chaumeil P, Garnier-Géré P, Boury C, Grivet D, Gonzalez-Martinez SC, Rouzé P, van de Peer Y, Neale DB, Cervera MT, Kremer A, Plomion C (2011) Development and implementation of a highly-multiplexed SNP array for genetic mapping in maritime pine and comparative mapping with loblolly pine. BMC Genomics 12: 368
  • Pot D, Rodrigues J-C, Rozenberg P, Chantre G, Tibbits J, Cahalan C, Pichavant F, Plomion C (2006) QTLs and candidate genes for wood properties in maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait). Tree Genet Genomes 2 : 10-24
  • Chagné D, Brown G, Lalanne C, Madur D, Pot D, Neale D, Plomion C (2003) Comparative genome and QTL mapping between maritime and loblolly pines. Mol Breed 12: 185-195
  • Brendel O, Pot D, Plomion C, Rozenberg P, Guehl JM (2002) Genetic parameters and QTL analysis of d13C and ring width in maritime pine. Plant Cell Env 25 : 945-953
  • Chagné D, Lalanne C , Madur D, Kumar S, Frigerio J-M, Krier C, Decroocq S, Savouré A, Bou Dagher-Kharrat M, Bertocchi E, Brach J, Plomion C (2002) A high density linkage map of Pinus pinaster based on AFLPs. Ann For Sci 59 : 627-636
  • Costa P, Pot D, Dubos C, Frigerio J-M, Pionneau C, Bodénès C, Bertocchi E, Cervera M-T, Remington DL, Plomion C (2000) A genetic map of Maritime pine based on AFLP, RAPD and protein markers. Theor Appl Genet 100 : 39-48
  • Plomion C, Hurme P, Frigerio J-M, Ridolphi M, Pot D, Pionneau C, Avila C, Gallardo F, David H, Neutlings G, Campbell M, Canovas FM, Savolainen O, Bodénès C, Kremer A (1999) Developing SSCP markers in two Pinus species. Mol Breed 5 : 21-31
  • Costa P, Plomion C (1999) Genetic analysis of needle protein in Maritime pine 2 Quantitative variation of protein accumulation. Silvae Genet 48: 146-150
  • Plomion C, Costa P, Bahrman N (1997) Genetic analysis of needle protein in Maritime pine 1 Mapping dominant and codominant protein markers assayed on diploid tissue, in a haploid-based genetic map. Silvae genetica  46 : 161-165
  • Plomion C, O’Malley DM (1996) Recombination rate differences for pollen parents and seed parents in pine. Heredity  77 : 341-350
  • Plomion C, Durel C-E, O’Malley D (1996) Genetic dissection of height in maritime pine seedlings raised under accelerated growth condition. Theor Appl Genet  93 : 849-858
  • Plomion C, Liu BH, O’Malley DM (1996) Genetic analysis using trans dominant linked markers in an F2 family. Theor Appl Genet 93 : 1083-1089
  • Plomion C, Yani A, Marpeau A (1996) Genetic determinism of d3-carene in maritime pine using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers. Genome 39 : 1123-1127
  • Plomion C, O’Malley DM, Durel CE (1995) Genomic analysis in Maritime pine (Pinus pinaster) Comparison of two RAPD maps using selfed and open        pollinated seeds of the same individual. Theor Appl Genet 90 : 1028-1034
  • Plomion C, Bahrman N, Durel CE, O’Malley DM (1995) Genomic analysis in Pinus pinaster (Maritime pine) using RAPD and protein markers. Heredity 74 : 661-668