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Ali N., Tavoillot Johannes, Besnard G., Khadari B., Dmowska E., Winiszewska G., Fossati-Gaschignard O., Ater M., Hamza M. A., El Mousadik A., El Oualkadi A., Moukhli A., Essalouh L., El Bakkali A., Chapuis Elodie, Mateille Thierry. (2017). How anthropogenic changes may affect soil-borne parasite diversity ? Plant-parasitic nematode communities associated with olive trees in Morocco as a case study. BMC Ecology, 17, art. 4 [31 p.]. ISSN 1472-6785

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How anthropogenic changes may affect soil-borne parasite diversity ? Plant-parasitic nematode communities associated with olive trees in Morocco as a case study
Année de publication2017
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000395596600002
AuteursAli N., Tavoillot Johannes, Besnard G., Khadari B., Dmowska E., Winiszewska G., Fossati-Gaschignard O., Ater M., Hamza M. A., El Mousadik A., El Oualkadi A., Moukhli A., Essalouh L., El Bakkali A., Chapuis Elodie, Mateille Thierry.
SourceBMC Ecology, 2017, 17, p. art. 4 [31 p.]. p. art. 4 [31 p.] ISSN 1472-6785
RésuméBackground: Plant-parasitic nematodes (PPN) are major crop pests. On olive (Olea europaea), they significantly contribute to economic losses in the top-ten olive producing countries in the world especially in nurseries and under cropping intensification. The diversity and the structure of PPN communities respond to environmental and anthropogenic forces. The olive tree is a good host plant model to understand the impact of such forces on PPN diversity since it grows according to different modalities (wild, feral and cultivated olives). A wide soil survey was conducted in several olive-growing regions in Morocco. The taxonomical and the functional diversity as well as the structures of PPN communities were described and then compared between non-cultivated (wild and feral forms) and cultivated (traditional and high-density olive cultivation) olives. Results: A high diversity of PPN with the detection of 117 species and 47 genera was revealed. Some taxa were recorded for the first time on olive trees worldwide and new species were also identified. Anthropogenic factors (wild vs cultivated conditions) strongly impacted the PPN diversity and the functional composition of communities because the species richness, the local diversity and the evenness of communities significantly decreased and the abundance of nematodes significantly increased in high-density conditions. Furthermore, these conditions exhibited many more obligate and colonizer PPN and less persister PPN compared to non-cultivated conditions. Taxonomical structures of communities were also impacted: genera such as Xiphinema spp. and Heterodera spp. were dominant in wild olive, whereas harmful taxa such as Meloidogyne spp. were especially enhanced in high-density orchards. Conclusions: Olive anthropogenic practices reduce the PPN diversity in communities and lead to changes of the community structures with the development of some damaging nematodes. The study underlined the PPN diversity as a relevant indicator to assess community pathogenicity. That could be taken into account in order to design control strategies based on community rearrangements and interactions between species instead of reducing the most pathogenic species.
Plan de classementSciences du monde végétal [076] ; Biologie du sol [074]
Descr. géo.MAROC
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010069321]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010069321
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010069321

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