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UMR 1065 Santé et Agroécologie du Vignoble

Chloé Delmas

Chloé Delmas
Vulnérabilité des vignobles aux contraintes biotiques et abiotiques dans un contexte de changement global

tél : (33) 05 57 12 26 36
mel : chloe.delmas@inra.fr
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Professional experiences and educational background

  • Since 2017 : Research scientist (CR1), INRA, UMR SAVE (Santé et Agroécologie du vignoble), Bordeaux, France.
  • 2015 - 2017 : Postdoctoral researcher in integrative ecology, LabEx COTE, University of Bordeaux fellowship. VIVALDI project: Vineyard ecosystem vulnerability to pathogens and drought in the context of climate change.
  • 2013 - 2015 : Postdoctoral researcher in the evolutionary ecology of plant-pathogen interactions at INRA, UMR SAVE, Bordeaux, France with François Delmotte.
  • 2012 : Postdoctoral research conducted on the evolutionary ecology of reproductive traits, University of Sydney / National Herbarium of NSW (Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust), Sydney, Australia with Maurizio Rossetto & Glenda Wardle.
  • 2009-2011 : PhD in “Ecology, biodiversity and evolution” defended in January 2012, University of Toulouse, France "Plant-pollinator interactions and mating system in fragmented habitat - The case study of a mass-flowering shrub". Supervisors A. Pornon and N. Escaravage.
  • 2008 : Master in “Plant functional biology and ecology”, University of Bordeaux, France (Density in tree invasion : thesis realized at York University, Toronto under the supervision of C. Lortie)

Research interests

My research uses experimental and field approaches in plant ecology, plant physiology and pathogen evolution to answer fundamental questions regarding the impacts of the environment on biotic interactions and trait evolution in the context of global changes. More specifically, I’m currently doing research on the impact of abiotic and biotic factors on grapevine physiology to understand the underlying mechanisms of grapevine dieback.

Project coordination

  • PHYSIOPATH (2017-2021) Plan National Dépérissement Vignobles / FranceAgrimer : “Identification des mécanismes sous-jacents au dépérissement de la vigne: de la physiologie à la pathologie ». For more information see the video and summary of the project (in french)
  • VIVALDI (2014-2017) LabEx COTE, Université Bordeaux : “Vineyard ecosystem vulnerability to pathogens and drought in the context of climate change”. For more information see the video  (in french) and summary of the project

Collaborators

  • Pr Greg Gambetta
  • Dr Nathalie Ollat
  • Dr Sylvain Delzon
  • Dr Tim Brodribb
  • Dr Laurent Lamarque (postdoc in the Physiopath project)
  • Dr Jérôme Pouzoulet (postdoc in the Physiopath project)

PhD students

Giovanni Bortolami (since 10/2017) : The effect of pathogens on the water and carbon economy of grapevines; implications for the grapevine dieback crisis (>>> plus d'infos)

Voir aussi

Publications

Charrier G, Delzon S, Domec JC, Zhang L, Delmas CEL, Merlin I, Corso D, Ojeda H, Ollat N, Prieto JA, Scholach T, Skinner P, van Leeuwen K, Gambetta GA. Drought will not leave your glass empty: Low risk of hydraulic failure revealed by long-term drought observations in world’s top wine regions. Science Advances, in press

Delmas CEL., Dussert Y., Delière L., Couture C., Mazet I.D, Richart Cervera S., Delmotte F. (2017) Evolution of resistance in a plant pathogen : multiple origins and no fitness cost to QoI and CAA fungicides in grapevine downy mildew. Molecular Ecology, 26: 1936:1951.

Charrier G, Torres-Ruiz JM, Badel E, Burlett R, Choat B, Cochard H, Delmas CEL, Domec JC, Jansen S, King A, Lenoir N, Martin-StPaul N, Gambetta GA, Delzon S. (2016) Evidence for hydraulic vulnerability segmentation and lack of refilling under tension in grapevine. Plant Physiology, 172: 1657-1668.

Lens F., Picon-Cochard C., Delmas CEL, Signarbieux C., Buttler A., Cochard H., Jansen S., Chauvin T., Chacon Doria L., del Arco M., Delzon S. (2016) Herbaceous angiosperms are not more vulnerable to drought-induced embolism than angiosperm tree. Plant Physiology, 172: 661–667.

Delmas CEL, Fabre F., Jolivet J., Mazet I.D., Richart Cervera S., Delière L., Delmotte F. (2016) Adaptation of a plant pathogen to partial host resistance: selection for greater aggressiveness in grapevine downy mildew. Evolutionary Applications, 9 : 709-725.

Delmas CEL, Fort T.L.C. Escaravage N., Pornon A. (2016) Pollen transfer in fragmented plant populations: insight from the pollen loads of pollinators and stigmas in a mass-flowering species. Ecology and Evolution, 6: 5663-5673.

Delmas CEL, Escaravage N., Cheptou P-O, Charrier O., Ruzafa S., Winterton P. and Pornon A. (2015) Relative impact of mate versus pollinator availability on pollen limitation and outcrosing rates in a mass-flowering species. Plant Biology, 17: 209-218.

Delmas CEL, Mazet I.D., Jolivet J., Delière L., Delmotte F. (2014) Simultaneous quantification of sporangia and zoospores in a biotrophic oomycete with an automatic particle analyzer: disentangling dispersal and infection potentials. Journal of Microbiological Methods, 107: 169-175.

Delmas CEL, Cheptou P-O, Escaravage N. and Pornon A. (2014) High lifetime inbreeding depression counteracts the reproductive assurance benefit of selfing in a mass-flowering shrub. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:243.

Delmas CEL, Escaravage N., Pornon A. (2014) Massive floral display affects insect visits but not pollinator-mediated pollen transfer in Rhododendron ferrugineum. Plant Biology, 16: 234-243.

Charrier O, Delmas CEL, Pornon A., Escaravage N. (2013) Development of 18 microsatellite markers in Rhododendron ferrugineum (Ericaceae) for investigating genetic structure at margins. Conservation Genetics Resources, 5: 473-477.

Delmas CEL, Lhuillier E., Pornon A. Escaravage N. (2011) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in Rhododendron ferrugineum (Ericaceae) using pyrosequencing technology. American Journal of Botany, 98: e120-e122.

Delmas CEL, Delzon S. and Lortie C.J. (2011) A meta-analysis of the ecological significance of density in tree invasions. Community Ecology, 12:171-178.

Gaudnik C., Corcket E., Clément B., Delmas CEL, Gombert-Courvoisier S., Muller S., Stevens C. J. and Alard D. (2011) Detecting the footprint of changing atmospheric nitrogen deposition on acid grasslands in the context of climate change. Global Change Biology 17: 3351-3365.