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    Acer platanoides - Erable plane; Acer pseudoplatanus - Erable sycomore

    Verger, Michel
    Les ressources génétiques en France. Tome 2 : les feuillus
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    Titre: Acer platanoides - Erable plane; Acer pseudoplatanus - Erable sycomore
    Auteur: Verger, Michel
    Editeur: INRA Editions - BRG
    Date: 1998
    Sujet: Life Sciences ; Erable Plane ; Forestry
    Fait partie de: Les ressources génétiques en France. Tome 2 : les feuillus
    Identifiant: 2738008429 (ISBN); 9782738008428 (ISBN)

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    Optimisation de l'élevage des pieds-mères de Douglas (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) pour la multiplication végétative en vrac

    Verger, Michel, Le Pichon, Céline, Cazet, Michel
    Annales des sciences forestières, 1998, Vol.55(7), pp.785-799
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    Titre: Optimisation de l'élevage des pieds-mères de Douglas (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) pour la multiplication végétative en vrac
    Auteur: Verger, Michel; Le Pichon, Céline; Cazet, Michel
    Sujet: Life Sciences ; Agricultural Sciences ; Silviculture, Forestry ; Forestry
    Description: Study of the optimal stock-plant management of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco) for bulk vegetative propagation. The French breeding program of Douglas-fir produces seeds of very high genetic value (half or full-sib families) but in insufficient quantity to provide an important source of reforestation planting stock. Bulk vegetative propagation offers the possibility to amplify the reforestation potential of these seed lots. Two strategies are currently being explored: a) selection of families for their ability for bulk vegetative propagation [31]; and b) improvement of the production system to enable a cheap stock-plant management. Three experiments were conducted between 1992 and 1997 at Orleans (Inra) and Nogent/Vernisson (Cemagref) to investigate different methods of managing stock-plants: the effects of different growing environments, of artificial and natural lighting and of pruning and the behaviour of top and intermediate-cuttings were compared. The best management consists in a first crop of cuttings on 2-year-old stock-plants grown on nursery soil with a plastic mulch and under a 50 % white shaded tunnel. In this case, the multiplication rate (number of rooted cuttings per stock-plant) reaches 160 within 4 years of propagation, without any decrease in vegetative propagation ability. A pilot production will now be carried out. (© Inra/Elsevier, Paris.)
    Fait partie de: Annales des sciences forestières, 1998, Vol.55(7), pp.785-799
    Identifiant: 0003-4312 (ISSN)

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    Parental participation in progeny and effective population sizes in experimental seed orchards of wild cherry Prunus avium L. (Batsch)

    Mariette, Stéphanie, Balsemin, Emilie, Stoeckel, Solenn, Tavaud, Muriel, Bouler, Hervé, Santi, Frédérique, Verger, Michel
    Annals of Forest Science, 2007, Vol.64(5), pp.533-539 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Technical procedures for bulk vegetative propagation of hybrid larch

    Le Pichon, Céline, Verger, Michel, Brando, Jacqueline, Le Bouler, Hervé
    Revue forestière française, 2001, Vol.53(2), pp.111-124
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    Titre: Technical procedures for bulk vegetative propagation of hybrid larch
    Auteur: Le Pichon, Céline; Verger, Michel; Brando, Jacqueline; Le Bouler, Hervé
    Sujet: Life Sciences ; Agricultural Sciences ; Silviculture, Forestry ; Pied-Mere ; Dispositif Experimental ; Forestry
    Description: Bulk vegetative propagation in nurseries of the hybrid larch (Larix x eurolepis Henry) increases the planting material that can be produced from a small amount of genetically valuable seeds. The paper presents the most significant results obtained during the ten years of experimentation conducted at CAGREF and INRA nurseries for each step in the technical procedure (rearing of parent stock, root establishment of cuttings and rearing of rooted cuttings). This technique has now become operational and has alleviated the scarcity of hybrid larch planting stock. La multiplication végétative horticole “en vrac” du Mélèze hybride (Larix x eurolepis Henry) permet d’augmenter le nombre de plants produits à partir d’une petite quantité de graines de forte valeur génétique. Pour chaque étape de l’itinéraire technique (élevage des pieds-mères, enracinement des boutures et élevage des boutures enracinées), les résultats les plus significatifs, obtenus au cours...
    Fait partie de: Revue forestière française, 2001, Vol.53(2), pp.111-124
    Identifiant: 0035-2829 (ISSN); 1951-6827 (E-ISSN)

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    Oxidative metabolic profiles of Brucella strains isolated from marine mammals: contribution to their species classification

    Jacques, Isabelle, Grayon, Maggy, Verger, Jean - Michel
    FEMS Microbiology Letters, 2007, Vol. 270(2), pp.245-249 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Localization and characterization of a specific linear epitope of the Brucella DnaK protein

    Vizcaıćno, Nieves, Zygmunt, Michel S, Verger, Jean - Michel, Grayon, Maggy, Cloeckaert, Axel
    FEMS Microbiology Letters, 1997, Vol. 154(1), pp.117-122 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    DNA polymorphism at the omp-31 locus of Brucella spp.: evidence for a large deletion in Brucella abortus, and other species-specific markers

    Vizcaíno, Nieves, Verger, Jean-Michel, Grayon, Maggy, Zygmunt, Michel S, Cloeckaert, Axel
    Microbiology (Reading, England), September 1997, Vol.143 ( Pt 9), pp.2913-2921 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: DNA polymorphism at the omp-31 locus of Brucella spp.: evidence for a large deletion in Brucella abortus, and other species-specific markers
    Auteur: Vizcaíno, Nieves; Verger, Jean-Michel; Grayon, Maggy; Zygmunt, Michel S; Cloeckaert, Axel
    Sujet: Polymorphism, Genetic ; Bacterial Outer Membrane Proteins -- Genetics ; Brucella -- Genetics ; Brucella Abortus -- Genetics ; DNA, Bacterial -- Genetics
    Description: The omp-31 gene, encoding a major outer-membrane protein in Brucella melitensis, was PCR-amplified from Brucella strains representing all species and known biovars by using primers selected according to the B. melitensis 16M omp-31 published sequence. Amplification of omp-31 was achieved from DNA of all Brucella species with the exception of Brucella abortus, the only Brucella species where expression of omp-31 was not detected by reactivity with an mAb specific for an epitope located in Omp-31. Southern blot hybridization of plasmid probes, bearing inserts (4.4-17 kb) containing B. melitensis 16M omp-31 and adjacent DNA of different sizes, with HindIII-digested total DNA showed that a large fragment, comprising the entire omp-31 gene and flanking DNA, was actually absent in B. abortus strains. The size of this DNA fragment has been determined to be about 10 kb. Southern blot hybridization with the different plasmid probes identified species-specific markers for B. abortus and B. melitensis....
    Fait partie de: Microbiology (Reading, England), September 1997, Vol.143 ( Pt 9), pp.2913-2921
    Identifiant: 1350-0872 (ISSN); 9308175 Version (PMID); 10.1099/00221287-143-9-2913 (DOI)

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    Brucella melitensis infection in sheep: present and future

    Garin-Bastuji, Bruno, Blasco, José-Maria, Grayon, Maggy, Verger, Jean-Michel
    Veterinary research (Paris), 1998, Vol.29(3-4), pp.255-274 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Epitope mapping of the Brucella melitensis BP26 immunogenic protein: usefulness for diagnosis of sheep brucellosis

    Seco-Mediavilla, Patricia, Verger, Jean-Michel, Grayon, Maggy, Cloeckaert, Axel, Marín, Clara M, Zygmunt, Michel S, Fernández-Lago, Luis, Vizcaíno, Nieves
    Clinical and diagnostic laboratory immunology, July 2003, Vol.10(4), pp.647-51 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Epitope mapping of the Brucella melitensis BP26 immunogenic protein: usefulness for diagnosis of sheep brucellosis
    Auteur: Seco-Mediavilla, Patricia; Verger, Jean-Michel; Grayon, Maggy; Cloeckaert, Axel; Marín, Clara M; Zygmunt, Michel S; Fernández-Lago, Luis; Vizcaíno, Nieves
    Sujet: Epitope Mapping ; Antigens, Bacterial -- Immunology ; Bacterial Proteins -- Immunology ; Brucella Melitensis -- Immunology ; Brucellosis -- Veterinary ; Immunodominant Epitopes -- Immunology ; Membrane Proteins -- Immunology ; Sheep Diseases -- Diagnosis
    Description: Sequencing of bp26, the gene encoding the Brucella sp. immunogenic BP26 periplasmic protein, was performed in the reference strains of Brucella abortus, B. suis, and B. ovis. The three bp26 sequences were almost identical to that published for B. melitensis 16M bp26, and only minor nucleotide substitutions, without modifying the amino acid sequence, were observed between species. The bp26 genes of the seven B. abortus biovar reference strains and B. abortus S19 and RB51 vaccine strains were also sequenced. Again, only minor differences were found. Surprisingly, the bp26 nucleotide sequence for B. abortus S19 was almost identical to that found for B. melitensis 16M and differed from the sequence described previously by others (O. L. Rossetti, A. I. Arese, M. L. Boschiroli, and S. L. Cravero, J. Clin. Microbiol. 34:165-169, 1996) for the same B. abortus strain. The epitope mapping of BP26, performed by using a panel of monoclonal antibodies and recombinant DNA techniques, allowed the identification...
    Fait partie de: Clinical and diagnostic laboratory immunology, July 2003, Vol.10(4), pp.647-51
    Identifiant: 1071-412X (ISSN); 12853399 Version (PMID)

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    Nutritional and Protein Deficiencies in the Short Term following Both Gastric Bypass and Gastric Banding

    Judith Aron-Wisnewsky, Eric O Verger, Carine Bounaix, Maria Carlota Dao, Jean-Michel Oppert, Jean-Luc Bouillot, Jean-Marc Chevallier, Karine Clément
    PloS one, 01 January 2016, Vol.11(2), p.e0149588 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]