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Ecophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne - Umr 1287 EGVF

UMR 1287 - EGVF

Unité Mixte de Recherche (INRA, ENITAB, Université de Bordeaux)

Ecophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne
I.S.V.V Bordeaux, 210 Chemin de Leysotte

33882 Villenave d’Ornon Cedex, France

VAN LEEUWEN Cornelis (Kees)

VAN LEEUWEN Cornelis (Kees)
Professeur HDR - Bordeaux Sciences Agro

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Domaine de recherche

Etude de l'interaction de la vigne avec son environnement physique (sol, climat) dans les agrosystèmes destinés à la production de raisin en vue de l'élaboration de vin de qualité.
Effets des statuts hydrique et azoté sur sa phénologie, son développement et la maturation des fruits à l'échelle de la parcelle.
Développement d'indicateurs physiologiques pour déterminer la vigueur de la vigne, son statut hydrique et son statut azoté.

Publications récentes 

  • Brillante L, Mathieu O, Lêvèque J, van Leeuwen C, Bois B (2018) Water status and must compostion in grapevine cv. Chardonnay with different soils and topography and a mini meta analysis of the δ13C/water potentials correlation. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 98, 691-697.
  • Garcia de Cortazar I, Duchêne E, Destrac-Irvine A, Barbeau G, de Resseguier L, Lacombe T, Parker AK, Saurin N, van Leeuwen C (2017) Grapevine phenology in France: from past observations to future evolutions in the context of climate change. Oeno One 51, 115-126.
  • Le Roux R, de Rességuier L, Corpetti T, Jégou N, Madelin M, van Leeuwen C, Quénol H (2017) Comparison of two fine scale spatial models for mapping temperatures inside winegrowing areas. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 247, 159-169.
  • Ollat N, van Leeuwen C, Garcia de Cortazar I, Touzard JM (2017) The challenging issue of climate change for sustainable grape and wine production. Oeno One 51, 59-60.
  • Picard M, van Leeuwen C, Guyon F, Gaillard L, de Revel G, Marchand S (2017) Vine water deficit impacts aging bouquet in fine red Bordeaux wine. Frontiers in Chemistry 5, 56.
  • van Leeuwen C, Destrac-Irvine A  (2017) Modified grape composition under climate change conditions requires adaptations in the vineyard. Oeno One 51, 147-154.
  • Vivin P, Lebon E, Dai Z, Duchêne E, Marguerit E, Garcia de Cortazar I, Zhu J, Simonneau T, van Leeuwen C, Delrot S, Ollat N (2017) Combining ecophysiological models and genetic analysis : a promising way to disssect complex adaptive traits in grapevine. Oeno One 51, 181-189.
  • Dai Z, Wu H, Baldazzi V, van Leeuwen C, Bertin N, Gautier H, Wu BH, Duchene E, Gomes E, Delrot S, Lescourret F, Genard M (2016) Inter-species comparative analysis of components of soluble sugar concentration in fleshy fruits. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 649.
  • Habran A, Commisso M, Helwi P, Hilbert G, Negri S, Ollat N, Gomes E, van Leeuwen C, Guzzo F, Delrot S(2016) Roostocks/scion/nitrogen interactions affect secondary metabolism in the grape berry. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 1134.
  • Helwi P, Guillaumie S, Thibon C, Keime C, Habran A, Hilbert G, Gomes E, Darriet P, Delrot S, van Leeuwen C (2016) Vine nitrogen status and volatile thiols and their precursors from plot to transcriptome level. BMC Plant Biology 16, 163.
  • Ollat N, Touzard JM, van Leeuwen C (2016) Climate change impacts and adaptations: new challenges for the wine industry. Journal of Wine Economics 11, 139-149.
  • van Leeuwen C, Darriet P (2016) The impact of climate change on viticulture and wine quality. Journal of Wine Economics 11, 150-167.
  • Brillante L, Mathieu O, van Leeuwen C, Bois B, Leveque J (2015) The use of soil electrical resistivity to monitor plant and soil water relationships in vineyards. Soil 1, 273-286.
  • Guyon F, van Leeuwen C, Gaillard L, Grand M, Akoka S, Remaud GS, Sabathie N, Salagoity MH (2015) Comparative study of C-13 composition in ethanol and bulk dry wine using isotope ratio monitoring by mass spectrometry and by nuclear magnetic resonance as an indicator of vine water status. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407, 9053-9060.
  • Helwi P, Habran A, Guillaumie S, Thibon C, Hilbert G, Gomes E, Delrot S, Darriet P, van Leeuwen C (2015) Vine nitrogen status does not have a direct impact on 2-Methoxy-3-isobutylpyrazine in grape berries and wines. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 63, 9789-9802.
  • Helwi P, Thibon C, Habran A, Hilbert G, Guillaumie S, Delrot S, Gomes E, Darriet P, van Leeuwen C (2015) Effect of vine nitrogen status, grapevine variety and rootstock on the levels of berry s- glutathionylated and s-cysteinylated precursors of 3-sulfanylhexal-1-ol. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin 49, 253-265.