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Lepoittevin Camille


Equipe DMI & Pôle de compétences Genobois


UMR 1202 Biodiversité Gènes & Communautés
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2009 : Thèse de doctorat, Université de Bordeaux 1

2004 : Diplôme D'Ingénieur de l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Horticulture et d'Aménagement du Paysage, Angers

Activités de recherche

Je travaille sur l’interprétation des signatures phénotypiques et moléculaires du bois. Ces recherches s’articulent autour de deux domaines principaux, la génétique quantitative et la génétique des populations, qui se réunissent dans l’étude des associations entre phénotype et génotype.

Mon travail implique :

  • l’étude de la variabilité phénotypique et moléculaire des espèces ligneuses, au niveau intra et interspécifique
  • la détection d’associations entre génotype et phénotype, au niveau intra-spécifique (études d’association, traçabilité géographique) ou au niveau interspécifique (détermination d’espèces).

Au sein de l’UMR BIOGECO je suis responsable scientifique du Plateau GénoBois (plateau technique d’étude des propriétés physico-chimiques du bois). 


[9] Single‐nucleotide polymorphism discovery and validation in high‐density SNP array for genetic analysis in European white oaks

C. Lepoittevin, C. Bodénès, E. Chancerel, L. Villate, T. Lang, I. Lesur, C. Boury, F. Ehrenmann, D. Zelenica, A. Boland, C. Besse, P. H. Garnier‐Géré, C. Plomion, A. Kremer

Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 15(6): 1446-1459

[8] Molecular proxies for climate maladaptation in a long-lived tree (Pinus pinaster Aiton, Pinaceae)

J-P. Jaramillo-Correa, I. Rodríguez-Quilón, D. Grivet, C. Lepoittevin, F. Sebastiani, M. Heuertz, P. H. Garnier-Géré, R. Alía, C. Plomion, G. G Vendramin, S. C. González-Martínez

Genetics, 2015, vol. 199(3): 793-807

[7] Potential for marker-assisted selection for forest tree breeding: lessons from 20 years of MAS in crops

H. Muranty, V. Jorge, C. Bastien, C. Lepoittevin, L. Bouffier, L. Sanchez

Tree genetics & genomes, 2014, vol. 10: 1491-1510.

[6]Association mapping for growth, straightness and wood chemistry-traits in the Pinus pinaster Aquitaine breeding population

C. Lepoittevin, L. Harvengt, C. Plomion, P. Garnier-Géré

Tree Genetics & Genomes, 2012, vol. 8: 113-126.

[5]Development and implementation of a highly-multiplexed SNP array for genetic mapping in maritime pine and comparative mapping in loblolly pine

E. Chancerel, C. Lepoittevin, G. Le Provost, YC. Lin, JP. Jaramillo-Correa, AJ. Eckert, JL. Wegrzyn, D. Zelenika, A. Boland, JM. Frigerio, P. Chaumeil, P. Garnier-Géré, C. Boury, D. Grivet, SC. Gonzalez-Martinez, P. Rouzé, Y. Van de Peer, D. Neale, MT. Cervera, A. Kremer, C. Plomion

BMC Genomics, 2011, 12:368.

[4]Current trends in microsatellite genotyping

E. Guichoux, L. Lagache, S. Wagner, C. Chaumeil, P. Léger, O. Lepais, C. Lepoittevin, T. Malausa, E. Revardel, F. Salin, R. Petit

Molecular Ecology Resources, 2011, vol. 11: 591-611.

[3]Genetic parameters of growth, straightness and wood chemistry traits in Pinus pinaster

C. Lepoittevin, J-P. Rousseau, A. Guillemin, C. Gauvrit, F. Besson, F. Hubert, D. Da Silva Perez, L. Harvengt, C. Plomion

Annals of Forest Science, 2011, vol. 68: 873-884.

[2]In vitro vs in silico detected SNPs for the development of a genotyping array: what can we learn from a non-model species?

C. Lepoittevin, J-M. Frigerio, P. Garnier-Géré, F. Salin, M-T. Cervera, B. Vornam, L. Harvengt, C. Plomion

PLoS ONE, 09/06/2010.

[1] Génétique d’association chez le pin maritime (Pinus pinaster Ait.) pour la croissance et les composantes de la qualité du bois

C. Lepoittevin

Thèse, Université de Bordeaux 1, 2009