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DEQUIEPT Samuel

DEQUIEPT Samuel
Department : GENOSOL
Email : samuel.dequiedt@dijon.inra.fr
Phone number : 03.80.39.33.83

Publications

  • Ranjard L, Dequiedt S, Chemidlin Prevost-Boure N, Thioulouse J, Saby NPA, Lelievre M, Maron PA, Morin FER, Bispo A, Jolivet C, Arrouays D, Lemanceau P. 2013. Turnover of soil bacterial diversity driven by wide-scale environmental heterogeneity. Nature Com., 4:1434.
  • Plassart P, Terrat S, Thomson B, Griffiths R, Dequiedt S, Lelièvre M, Regnier T, Nowak V, Bailey M, Lemanceau P, Bispo A, Chabbi A, Maron PA, Mougel C, Ranjard L. 2012. Evaluation of the ISO standard 11063 DNA extraction procedure for assessing soil microbial abundance and community structure. PLoS ONE, 7 (9) : e44279.
  • Terrat S, Christen R, Dequiedt S, Lelievre M, Nowak V, Regnier T, Bachar D, Plassart P, Wincker P, Jolivet C, Bispo A, Lemanceau P, Maron PA, Mougel C, Ranjard L. 2012. Molecular biomass and MetaTaxogenomic assessment of soil microbial communities as influenced by soil DNA extraction procedure. Microb. Biotech., 5(1) : 135-141.
  • Lienhard P, Tivet F, Chabanne A, Dequiedt S, Lelievre M, Sayphoummie S, Leudphanane B, Chemidlin Prevost-Boure N, Seguy L, Maron PA, Ranjard L. 2012. No-till and cover crops shift soil microbial abundance and diversity in Laos tropical grasslands. Agron. Sustain. Dev,.
  • Dequiedt S, Saby NPA, Lelievre M, Jolivet C, Thioulouse J, Toutain B, Arrouays D, Bispo A, Lemanceau P, and Ranjard L. 2011. Biogeographical Patterns of Soil Molecular Microbial Biomass as Influenced by Soil Characteristics and Management. Global Ecol. And Biogeog., 20 : 641-652.
  • Chemidlin Prevost-Boure N, Christen R, Dequiedt S, Mougel C, Lelievre M, Jolivet C, Shahbazkia HR, Guillou L, Arrouays D, Ranjard L. 2011. Validation and Application of a PCR Primer Set to Quantify Fungal Communities in the Soil Environment by Real-Time Quantitative PCR. PLoS ONE, 6(9) : e24166.
  • Bru D, Ramette A, Saby NPA, Dequiedt S, Ranjard L, Jolivet C, Arrouays D, Philippot L. 2010. Determinants of the distribution of nitrogen-cycling microbial communities at the landscape-scale. Isme Journ., 1-11.
  • Ranjard L, Dequiedt S, Jolivet C, Saby NPA, Thioulouse J, Harmand J, Loisel P, Rapaport A, Fall S, Simonet P, Joffre R, Chemidlin-prévost Bouré N, Maron PA, Mougel C,  Martin MP, Toutain B, Arrouays D, Lemanceau P. 2010. Biogeography of Soil Microbial Communities: a Review and a Description of the Ongoing French National Initiative. Agron. Sustain. Dev, 30 (2) : 359-365.
  • Ranjard L, Dequiedt S, Lelievre M, Maron PA, Mougel C, Morin F, Lemanceau P. 2009. Platform GenoSol: a new tool for conserving and exploring soil microbial diversity. Environmental Microbiology Report. 1: 97-99.
  • Dequiedt S, Lelièvre M, Jolivet C, Saby NPA, Martin M, Thioulouse J, Maron PA, Mougel C, Chemidlin Prévost-Bouré N, Arrouays D, Lemanceau P, Ranjard L. 2009. ECOMIC-RMQS : biogéographie microbienne à l’échelle de la France - Etat d’avancement et premiers résultats. Etude et Gestion des Sols. 16:219-233.
  • Dequiedt S, Thioulouse J, Jolivet C, Saby NPA, Lelievre M, Maron PA, Martin MP, Chemidlin-Prévost-Bouré N, Toutain B, Arrouays D, Lemanceau P, Ranjard L. 2009. Biogeographical patterns of soil bacterial communities. Environmental Microbiology Report, 1:251-255.
  • Bressan M, Mougel C, Dequiedt S, Maron PA, Lemanceau P, Ranjard L. 2008. Response of soil bacterial community structure to successive perturbations of different types and intensities. Environmental Microbiology, 10:2184-2187.
  • Philippot L, Cregut M, Cheneby D, Bressan M, Dequiedt S, Martin-Laurent F, Ranjard L, Lemanceau P. 2008. Effect of primary mild stresses on resilience and resistance of the nitrate reducer community to a subsequent severe stress. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 285:51-57.