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Woody Plant Declines. What’s Wrong with the Microbiome?

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Florence Fontaine
Sophie Trouvelot
Olivier Fernandez
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Pierre-Emmanuel Courty

Abstract

Woody plant (WP) declines have multifactorial determinants as well as a biological and economic reality. The vascular system of WPs involved in the transport of carbon, nitrogen, and water from sources to sinks has a seasonal activity, which places it at a central position for mediating plant–environment interactions from nutrient cycling to community assembly and for regulating a variety of processes. To limit effects and to fight against declines, we propose: (i) to consider the WP and its associated microbiota as an holobiont and as a set of functions; (ii) to consider simultaneously, without looking at what comes first, the physiological or pathogenic disorders; and (iii) to define pragmatic strategies, including preventive and curative agronomical practices based on microbiota engineering.
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hal-03130992 , version 1 (22-08-2022)

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Pauline Bettenfeld, Florence Fontaine, Sophie Trouvelot, Olivier Fernandez, Pierre-Emmanuel Courty. Woody Plant Declines. What’s Wrong with the Microbiome?. Trends in Plant Science, 2020, 25 (4), pp.381-394. ⟨10.1016/j.tplants.2019.12.024⟩. ⟨hal-03130992⟩
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