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Capdevielle Xavier

Technicien

Equipe GEMFOR & Pôle de compétences OEL

Xavier CAPDEVIELLE

UMR BioGeCo
INRA
69, route d'Arcachon
33612 Cestas Cedex
FRANCE

Tel : 05 35 38 53 06

E-mail: Xavier.Capdevielle_at_inra.fr

 Mon secteur d’activité

  • Gestion des serres de l’UMR BioGeCo
  • Responsable de la production de végétaux pour l’équipe GEMFor
  • Responsable de la partie terrain pour l’équipe GEMFor
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Mes compétences

  • Horticulture, jardin et espaces-verts
  • Arboriste grimpeur et technique d'élagage en taille douce
  • Utilisation GPS et SIG
  • Menuiserie et bricolage divers
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Sporophore Armillaria ostoyea

Pousse de chêne oïdiée

Publications

Fernandez-Conradi, P., Borowiec, N., Capdevielle, X., Castagneyrol, B., Maltoni, A., Robin, C., Selvi, F., Van Halder, I., Vetillard, F., Jactel, H. (2018). Plant neighbour identity and invasive pathogen infection affect associational resistance to an invasive gall wasp. Biological Invasions, online first, 1-15. , DOI : 10.1007/s10530-017-1637-4
https://prodinra.inra.fr/record/420120

Dutech, C., Labbé, F., Capdevielle, X., Lung-Escarmant, B. (2017). Genetic analysis reveals efficient sexual spore dispersal at a fine spatial scale in Armillaria ostoyae, the causal agent of root-rot disease in conifers. Fungal Biology, 121 (6-7), 550-560. , DOI : 10.1016/j.funbio.2017.03.001
https://prodinra.inra.fr/record/400916

Fort, T., Robin, C., Capdevielle, X., Deliere, L., Vacher, C. (2016). Foliar fungal communities strongly differ between habitat patches in a landscape mosaic. PeerJ, 4, 20 p. , DOI : 10.7717/peerj.2656
https://prodinra.inra.fr/record/375644

Bert D, Lasnier J-B, Capdevielle X, Dugravot A, Desprez-Loustau M-L (2016) Powdery Mildew Decreases the Radial Growth of Oak Trees with Cumulative and Delayed Effects over Years. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0155344. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155344 (pdf)

Labbé, F., Marcais, B., Dupouey, J.-L., Bélouard, T., Capdevielle, X., Piou, D., Robin, C., Dutech, C., 2015. Pre-existing forests as sources of pathogens? The emergence of Armillaria ostoyae in a recently planted pine forest 248–258. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.08.028 (summary)

Dantec CF, Ducasse H, Capdevielle X, Fabreguettes O, Delzon S, Desprez-Loustau ML(2015) Escape of spring frost and disease through phenological variations in oak populations along elevation gradients. Journal of Ecology (pdf)

Cordier, T., Robin, C., Capdevielle, X., Fabreguettes, O., Desprez-Loustau, M-L., Vacher C. 2012. The composition of phyllosphere fungal assemblages of European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) varies significantly along an elevation gradient. New Phytologist, online [PDF]

Cordier, T., Robin, C., Capdevielle, X., Desprez-Loustau, M-L., Vacher C.2012. Spatial variability of phyllosphere fungal assemblages: genetic distance predominates over geographic distance in a European beech stand (Fagus sylvatica L.). Fungal Ecology 5: 509-520 [PDF]

Dutech C, Fabreguettes O., Capdevielle X.,  Robin C. (2010) Multiple introductions of divergent lineages in an invasive fungal pathogen, Cryphonectria parasitica, in France. Heredity 105:220-228

Desprez-Loustau M-L, Vitasse Y, Delzon S, Capdevielle X, Marçais B, Kremer A. 2009. Are plant pathogen populations adapted for encounter with their host? A case study of phenological synchrony between oak and an obligate fungal parasite along an altitudinal gradient. J Evol Biol (pdf)

Dutech C. , Fabreguettes O. , Capdevielle C. Robin C. Multiple introductions of divergent genetic lineages in an invasive fungal pathogen,2009. Cryphonectria parasitica, in France. Heredity, (pdf)

Robin C, Martin M, CAPDEVIELLE X, TRAVERS C, COLINAS C. 2009. Cryphonectria parasitica vegetative compatibility type analysis of populations in south-western France and northern Spain. Plant Pathology 58: 527-535. (pdf)

MAUREL M., ROBIN C., CAPDEVIELLE X., LOUSTAU D., DESPREZ-LOUSTAU M. L. 2001. Effects of variable root damage caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi on water relations of chestnuts saplings. Annals of Forest Science 58:639-651. (pdf)