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, North America (225 publications, 188 of which were from the USA), Asia (148 publications, 69 of which were from China), and South America (90 publications, 40 of these from Brazil). Within Europe, authors based in France were most numerous (149 articles), ? Countries and institutions represented by publication authors The analysis focused on the 878 articles referenced in the WoS. A majority of the authors of these publications were from European countries (646 publications)

, European organizations were very well represented, with INRA (128 publications), the University of Wageningen (51), CNRS (27), the BBSRC John Innes Center

, Among the main journals cited is Acta horticulturae, which publishes the communications to ISHS (International society for horticultural science) congresses. Other highly cited sources among peer-reviewed journals (Table A1) were topical journals in the field of plant pathology, ? Source journals The corpus included 878 references corresponding to articles published in peer-reviewed journals (245 journals) and nonpeer-reviewed technical journals (20 journals, including Phytoma

A. Didier and R. , Research Director in population biology, plant disease epidemiology and integrated pest management of potato diseases. Member of the INRA Internal Committee for Organic Agriculture (CIAB), Scientific coordination of the work and drafting of the report parts on context, regulation and innovation

B. Marc, A. , and P. Végétale, Plant pathologist and microbiologist, specialising in microbial biocontrol of plant pathogenic fungi. Co-writer with, Nicot of the report section on microbial biocontrol agents

. Phytochemist, President of the French-speaking group for the Study of organic pesticides of natural origin. President of the Academy for Biocontrol and Integrated Biological Protection. Scientific Director of AkiNaO, Writer of the report section on natural biocides

B. Laurent and P. Unité, Writer or co-writer of the report sections on copper use, physical and agronomic control and integrated disease management systems in fruit trees

D. Xavier, . Dijon, and . Agroécologie, Phytopathologist, specialist of the resistance induction by elicitors in grapes, and of PDS modes of actions and use in actual cropping conditions. Scientific co-leader of the Joint Technology Network Elicitra. Co-writer with

F. Frédéric and B. , Epidemiologist and modeller, specializing in sustainable management of host resistances. Co-writer with, Montarry of the report sections on cultivar resistances and their uses

G. Christian and M. , UMR1230 Fonctionnement et conduite des Systèmes de culture Tropicaux et Méditerranéens (SYSTEM). Agronomist, specialising in the design of low-pesticide cropping systems. Co-writer of the report sections on agronomic management of diseases and on systemic integration

M. Josselin and R. , Biologist and population geneticist, with a focus on pathogen adaptation to host resistances. Co-writer with, Fabre of the report sections on cultivar resistances and their uses

N. Philippe, A. , and P. Végétale, Plant pathologist, specializing in integrated pest management and biological control of fruit and vegetable crops. President of OILB-SROP, Co-writer with M. Bardin of the report section on microbiological control

R. Philippe,

, Professor in plant pathology, specialist of plant pathogen interactions and induced resistance. Co-writer with X. Daire of the report section on PDS

, Specialist of integrated pest management systems in organic agriculture, Lucius TAMM: FiBL (Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau -Institut de recherche de l'agriculture biologique)

S. Isabelle and P. ,

G. Kim and P. ,

D. ?-documentation-véronique, A. , and P. Végétale, Set-up and management of literature corpus, bibliometrics

A. Rennes and . Igepp, Set-up and management of literature corpus, bibliometrics

*. Depe, EA (département Environnement et Agronomie): Environment and Agronomy division. SPE (département Santé des Plantes et Environnement): Plant Health and Environment division