Buée Marc

Sans titre1 Dr. Marc Buée, scientist at INRA (Nancy, France), has 17 years experience of mycorrhizal research. He received a Ph.D from the University of Toulouse (France), where he spent four years in the “Plant/microbe molecular interactions” Laboratory, to characterize a novel plant signal in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis (Buée et al. 2000). After one year of teaching (University of Angers), he joined the “Tree/Microbe Interactions” Lab in Nancy to work on fungal ecology. He defended his HDR, entitled “Structures and roles of forest fungal communities”, in January 2014, and I was appointed INRA Research Director (DR2) the same year. I His research is devoted to the ectomycorrhizal community diversity, with a special focus on molecular taxonomy, mycorrhizal ecology and microbial functional diversity. In the last years, he has started to use high throughput sequencing approaches to describe the diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi in temperate and tropical forest ecosystem (Buée et al. 2009, Reich et al. 2009, Arfi et al. 2012, Coince et al. 2014). He has interests in genomics and metattranscriptomics also, and he was involved in two fungal genome annotation projects: Laccaria (Martin et al. 2008) and Tuber (Martin et al. 2010) genomes. From these genomic resources, he works on the characterization of genetic markers to assess the functional diversity within ECM fungi. These functional approaches are focusing on extracellular proteases, laccases, chitinases and other hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes. He has published more than thirty research/review papers during the six last years in peer reviewed journals (New Phytologist, Nature, Soil Biol. Biochem., Trends Ecol. Evol., Fungal Ecology, BMC microbiology, PLoS ONE, etc).

 Research-context

Current projects:

LeaflitterOmics: Molecular Ecology of Leaf Litter Decomposition.

The LeafLitterOmics project proposes an integrated field study of the molecular and biochemical mechanisms driving interactions between organic matter chemistry, microbial community composition and enzyme activities during decomposition. The proposed project will survey (1) changes in litter chemical composition by spectroscopic and spectrometric techniques, (2) composition of the microbiome by high-throughput rDNA sequencing, and (3) the functional dynamics of fungal communities (enzymatic activities) during the decomposition of oak litter. These experiments will be designed to define the relationships between activities of decomposer microorganisms, ectomycorrhizal symbionts and litter chemistry.

Fungal successions in two Oak litters (F Maillard, PhD thesis)

BRIDGE, a multidisciplinary project: Biomass Removal Impact on soil Diversity, Geochemistry and tree Ecophysiology (funded by the Labex ARBRE; 2015-2018)

The term “forest biomass” includes whole-tree, but also primary residues, generated during forest operations such as site preparation, salvage logging, thinning, and final felling. Biomass is the single renewable resource that has the potential to supply a significant portion of substitutes for fossil fuel. Nevertheless, these woody residues represent also essential habitat resources for a wide variety of forest organisms, and consecutively an energetic and biological motor for the forest ecosystem services. The “Biomass Removal Impact on soil Diversity, Geochemistry and tree Ecophysiology” (BRIDGE) project will provide knowledge about the consequences of logging residues removal on ecosystem services and related sensitive components, such as soil fertility, water availability, soil microbial diversity and functioning. Moreover, the originality of this project is to expand the short-term physiological responses of tree to its root associated microbiome after this anthropogenic restraint. By the coupling of tree and microbial physiology, biogeochemistry, molecular ecology and metagenomics approaches, we propose an integrative study of the tree/root microbe nutrition and resource management by the tree in response to natural and anthropic disturbances: seasonal variations of water uptake and plant carbon allocation (according to tree phenology) and modulation of soil organic resources and soil fertility, following a massive biomass export.R.ochroleuca1-fagus 2 - copie

Finally, this project aims to integrate the responses of the different components of the forest ecosystem to develop an integrative compartment model, providing sustainability assessment and potential early warning indices for management of a temperate forest ecosystem under strong disturbances in soil equilibrium and fertility. The establishment of a scientific consortium, supporting complementary research domains, contributes to an original approach, which is therefore based on the bridging of different forest compartments and on a coordinated analysis of the following continuum: soil / microbes / mycorrhizal roots / tree / atmosphere.

 

NEBEDIV project (Co-applicant, funded by ANR). An integrated test of Natural-Enemy mediated tree BEta-DIVersity across South American rain forests.

This project aims to characterize host-specialization between tree communities and fungi, oomycetes and herbivorous insects, across spatio-environmental scales in Neo-tropical forests, building on the extensive molecular phylogenetics work. We focus our studies on the  fungal and oomycetes communities through the analyses of Peronosporales and Dikarya community structures from soils and litters in neo-tropical forests.

 

PUBLICATIONS

2017

Pérez‐Izquierdo L, Morin E, Maurice J-P, Martin F, Rincón A, Buée M. 2017. A new promising phylogenetic marker to study the diversity of fungal communities: the GLYCOSIDE HYDROLASE 63 gene. Molecular Ecology Resources (DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12678).

Perez-Izquierdo, L, Zabal-Aguirre M, Flores-Renteria D, González-Martínez S, Buée M, Rincon A. 2017. Functional outcomes of fungal community shifts driven by tree genotype and spatial-temporal factors in Mediterranean pine forests. Environmental Microbiology (DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.13690).

Morriën E, Hannula E, Snoek B, Helmsing N R., Zweers A, de Hollander M, Lujan Soto R, Bouffaud M-L, Buée M, Dimmers W, Duyts H, Geisen S, Girlanda M, Griffiths R, Jorgensen H, Jensen J, Plassart P, Redecker D, Schmelz RM, Schmidt O, Thomson BC, Tisserant E, Uroz S, Winding A, Bailey M, Bonkowski M, Faber J, Martin F, Lemanceau P, de Boer W, van Veen J, van der Putten W. 2017. Soil networks become more connected and take up more carbon as nature restoration progresses. Nature Communication (DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14349).

Heinonsalo, J., Buée, M., & Vaario, L. M. 2017. Root-endophytic fungi cause morphological and functional differences in Scots pine roots in contrast to ectomycorrhizal fungi. Botany, (10.1139/cjb-2016-0161).

Schimann H, Bach C, Lengelle J, Louisanna E, Barantal S, Murat C, Buée M. 2017. Diversity and structure of fungal communities in Neotropical rainforest soils: what about host tree recurrence? Microbial Ecology (doi:10.1007/s00248-016-0839-0)

2016

Uroz, S., Buée, M., Deveau, A., Mieszkin, S., & Martin, F. 2016. Ecology of the forest microbiome: Highlights of temperate and boreal ecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 103, 471-488.

Akroume, E., Zeller, B., Buée, M., Santenois, P., Saint-André, L. 2016. Design and installation of a long-term monitoring experiment: how can infrared spectroscopy be used to take the local heterogeneity of forest soil into account? Annals of Forest Sciences (doi:10.1007/s13595-016-0572-3).

Courty PE, Munoz F, Selosse MA, Duchemin M, Criquet S, Ziarelli F, Buée M, Plassard C, Taudière A, Garbaye J, Richard F. 2016. Into the functional ecology of ectomycorrhizal communities: environmental filtering of enzymatic activities. Journal of Ecology (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12633)

Uroz, S., Oger, P., Tisserand, E., Cébron, A., Turpault, M. P., Buée, M., De Boer W, Leveau JHJ, Frey-Klett, P. 2016. Specific impacts of beech and Norway spruce on the structure and diversity of the rhizosphere and soil microbial communities. Scientific Reports, 6.

Barbi F, Prudent E, Vallon L, Buée M, Dubost A, Legout A, Marmeisse R, Fraissinet-Tachet L, Luis P. 2016. Tree species select diverse soil fungal communities expressing different sets of lignocellulolytic enzyme-encoding genes. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 100:149-159.

Jeanbille, M., Buée, M., Bach, C, Cébron, Frey-Klett, Turpault, Uroz, S. Soil parameters drive the structure, diversity and metabolic potentials of the bacterial communities across temperate beech forest soil sequences. 2016. Microbial Ecology 71: 482-493.

R.E. Creamer, S.E. Hannula, J.P.Van Leeuwen, D. Stone, M. Rutgers, R.M. Schmelz, P.C.de Ruiter, N.Bohse Hendriksen, T. Bolger, M.L. Bouffaud, M. Buée, F. Carvalho, D. Costa, T. Dirilgen, R. Francisco, B.S. Griffiths, R. Griffiths, F. Martin, P.Martins da Silva, S. Mendes, P.V. Morais, et al. 2016. Ecological network analysis reveals the inter-connection between soil biodiversity and ecosystem function as affected by land use across Europe. Applied Soil Ecology 97: 112-124.

2015

Thomson, B. C., Tisserant, E., Plassart, P., Uroz, S., Griffiths, R. I., Hannula, S. E., Buée, M., Mougel, C., … & Lemanceau, P. 2015. Soil conditions and land use intensification effects on soil microbial communities across a range of European field sites. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 88: 403-413.

Rincón A, Santamaría-Pérez B, Rabasa SG, Coince A, Marçais B, Buée M. 2015. Compartmentalized and contrasted response of ectomycorrhizal and soil fungal communities of Scots pine forests along elevation gradients in France and Spain. Environmental Microbiology 17: 3009-3024.

2014-2013

Coince A, Cordier T, Lengellé J, Defossez E, Vacher C, Robin C, Buée M§, Marçais B§. 2014. Leaf and root-associated fungal assemblages do not follow similar elevational diversity patterns. PLoS ONE. 9(6): e100668. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100668. (§ These authors equally contributed to the work).

Uroz, S., Bispo, A., Buée, M., Cebron, A., Cortet, J., Decaens, T., … & Villenave, C. 2014. Aperçu des avancées dans le domaine de la biologie des sols forestiers. Revue Forestiere Francaise 04/2015; LXVI(4):467-478. DOI:10.4267/2042/56560

Terhonen E, Sun H, Buée M, Kasanen R, Paulin L and Asiegbu F. 2013. Effects of the use of biocontrol agent (Phlebiopsis gigantea) on fungal communities of Picea abies stumps. Forest Ecology and Management 310 : 428-433.

Uroz S, Courty P.E, Pierrat J.C, Peter M, Buée M, Turpault M.P, Garbaye J, Frey-Klett P. 2013. Functional Profiling and Distribution of the Forest Soil Bacterial Communities Along the Soil Mycorrhizosphere Continuum. Microbial Ecology 66 : 404-415.

Uroz S, Ioannidis P, Lengelle J, Cébron A, Morin E, Buée M, Martin F. 2013 Functional Assays and Metagenomic Analyses Reveals Differences between the Microbial Communities Inhabiting the Soil Horizons of a Norway Spruce Plantation. PLoS ONE 8(2): e55929. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055929.

Coince A., Caël O., Bach C., Lengellé J., Cruaud C., Gavory F., Morin E., Murat C., Marçais B., Buée M. 2013. Below-ground fine-scale distribution and soil versus fine root detection of fungal and soil oomycete communities in a French beech forest. Fungal Ecology 6 :223-235.

2012-2011

Mathieu Y, Gelhaye E, Dumarçay S, Gérardin P, Harvengt L, Buée M. 2012. Selection and validation of enzymatic activities as functional markers in wood biotechnology and fungal ecology. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 92 :157–163.

Mathieu Y, Prosper P, Buée M, Dumarçay S, Favier F, Gelhaye E, Gérardin P, Harvengt L, Jacquot J-P, Lamant T, Meux E, Mathiot S, Didierjean C, Morel M. 2012. Characterization of a Phanerochaete chrysosporium glutathione transferase reveals a novel structural and functional class with ligandin properties. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287 : 39001-39011.

Danielsen L, Thürmer A, Meinicke P, Buée M, Morin E, Martin F, Pilate G, Daniel R, Polle A, Reich M. 2012. Fungal soil communities in a young transgenic poplar plantation form a rich reservoir for fungal root communities. Ecology and Evolution. 2 : 1935-1948

Hortal S., Trocha L., Murat C., Buée M., Chybicki I., Trojankiewicz M., Burczyk J., Martin F. 2012. Beech roots are simultaneously colonized by multiple genets of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria amethystina clustered in two genetic groups. Molecular Ecology 21 : 2116–2129.

Arfi Y, Buée M, Marchand C, Levasseur A, Record E. 2012. Multiple markers pyrosequencing reveals highly diverse and host specific fungal communities on the mangrove trees A. marina and R.stylosa. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 79 : 433-444.

Uroz S., Marmeisse R., Buée M., Dessaux Y., Faure D., Geremia R. 2011. De la diversité à la fonction des sols peu anthropisés. Biofutur. 319 :39-43.

Buée M., Maurice JP., Zeller B., Andrianarisoa S., Ranger J., Courtecuisse R., Marçais B. Le Tacon F. 2011. Influence of tree species on richness and diversity of epigeous fungal communities in a French temperate forest stand. Fungal Ecology. 4 :22-31.

2010-2009

Martin F, Kohler A, Murat C, Balestrini R, Coutinho P M, Jaillon O, Montanini B, Morin E, Noel B, Percudani R, Porcel B, Rubini A, Amicucci A, Amselem J, Anthouard V, Arcioni S, Artiguenave F , Aury J-M, Ballario P, Bolchi A, Brenna A, Brun A, Buée M, et al. 2010. The Black Truffle Genome Uncovers Evolutionary Origins and Mechanisms of Symbiosis. Nature 464: 1033-1038.

Diédhiou A.G, Dupouey J.L., Buée M., Dambrine E., Laüt L., Garbaye J. 2010. The Functional Structure Of Ectomycorrhizal Communities In An Oak Forest In Central France Witnesses Ancient Gallo-Roman Farming Practices. Soil Biol. Biochem. 42 :860-862.

Uroz S., Buée M., Murat C., Frey-Klett P., Martin F. 2010. Pyrosequencing reveals a contrasted bacterial diversity between oak rhizosphere and surrounding soil. Environmental microbiology Reports 2: 281-288.

Courty PE., Buée M., Diedhiou AG, Frey-Klett P, Le Tacon F, Rineau F, Turpault MP, Uroz S, Garbaye J. 2010. The role of ectomycorrhizal communities in forest ecosystem processes: new perspectives and emerging concepts. Soil Biology Biochemistry. 42 :679-698.

Reich M., Kohler A., Martin F., Buée M. 2009. Development and validation of an oligonucleotide microarray to characterize ectomycorrhizal communities. BMC Microbiology 9 :241.

Buée M., Reich M., Murat C., Morin E., Nilsson R.H., Uroz S., Martin F. 2009. 454 pyrosequencing analyses of forest soils reveal an unexpectedly high fungal diversity. New Phytologist. 184 :449-456.

Diédhiou A.G, Dupouey J.L., Buée M., Dambrine E., Laüt L., Garbaye J. 2009. Response of ectomycorrhizal communities to past Roman occupation in an oak forest. Soil Biol. Biochem. 41 :2206-2213.

Reich M., Goebel C., Kohler A., Buée M., Martin F., Feussner I., Polle A. 2009. Fatty acid metabolism in the ectomycorrhizal 1 fungus Laccaria bicolor. New Phytologist 182 : 950 – 964.

Courty, P.E., P.J. Hoegger, S. Kilaru, A. Kohler, M. Buée, J. Garbaye, F. Martin, F., and U. Kües. 2009. Phylogenetic analysis, genomic organization, and expression analysis of multi-copper oxidases in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor. New Phytologist 182 : 736 – 750.

Buée M., De Boer W., Martin F., Overbeek L., Jurkevitch E. 2009. The rhizosphere zoo: An overview of plant-associated communities of microorganisms, including phages, bacteria, archaea, and fungi, and of some of their structuring factors. Plant and Soil. 321:189-212.

Before 2009

Martin, F., A. Aerts, D. Ahrén, A. Brun, F. Duchaussoy, A. Kohler, E. Lindquist, A. Salamov, H.J. Shapiro, J. Wuyts, D. Blaudez, M. Buée, P. Brokstein, B. Canbäck, D. Cohen, P.E. Courty, P.M. Coutinho, E.G.J. Danchin, C. Delaruelle, J.C. Detter, A. Deveau, S. DiFazio, S., Duplessis, L. Fraissinet-Tachet, E. Lucic, P. Frey-Klett, C. Fourrey, I. Feussner, G. Gay, J. Gibon, J. Grimwood, P.J. Hoegger, P. Jain, S. Kilaru, J. Labbé, Y.C. Lin, F. Le Tacon, R. Marmeisse, D. Melayah, B. Montanini, M. Muratet, U. Nehls, H. Niculita-Hirzel, M.P. Oudot-Le Secq, V. Pereda, M. Peter, H. Quesneville, B. Rajashekar, M. Reich, N. Rouhier, J. Schmutz, T. Yin, M. Chalot, B. Henrissat, U. Kües, S. Lucas, Y. Van de Peer, G. Podila, A. Polle, P.J. Pukkila, P.M. Richardson, P. Rouzé, I. Sanders, J.E. Stajich, A. Tunlid, G. Tuskan, and I. Grigoriev. 2008. The genome sequence of the basidiomycete fungus Laccaria bicolor provides insights into the mycorrhizal symbiosis. Nature  452:88-92.

Courty PE., Poletto M., Duchaussoy F., Buée M., Garbaye J., Martin F. 2008. Gene transcription in Lactarius quietus – Quercus petraea ectomycorrhizas from a forest soil. Applied Environ. Microbiol. 74 :6598-6605.

Rineau F., Courty PE., Uroz S., Buée M., Garbaye J. 2008. Simple microplate assays to measure iron mobilization and oxalate secretion by ectomycorrhizal tree roots. Soil Biol. Biochem. 40 :2460-2463.

M-L Desprez-Loustau, C. Robin, M. Buée, R. Courtecuisse, J. Garbaye, F. Suffert and I Sache. 2007. The fungal dimension of biological invasions. Trends Ecol. Evol. 22 :472-480.

Buée M., Courty PE., Mignot D., Garbaye J. 2007. Soil niche effect on species diversity and catabolic activities in an ectomycorrhizal fungal community. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 :1947-1955.

Morel M., Buée M., Chalot M., Brun A. 2006. The NADP-dependent glutamate dehydrogenase : a dispensable function in ectomycorrhizal fungi. New Phytologist 169 :179-190.

Courty PE, Pouysegur R, Buée M, Garbaye J. 2006. Laccase and phosphatase activities of the dominant ectomycorrhizal types in a lowland oak forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 :1219-1222.

Buée M., PE. Courty, F. Le Tacon and J. Garbaye. 2006. Diversité et fonction des champignons symbiotiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers tempérés. Biofutur 268 :42-45.

Buée M., Vairelles D., Garbaye J. 2005. Year-round monitoring of diversity and potential metabolic activity of the ectomycorrhizal community in a beech (Fagus silvatica) forest subjected to two thinning regimes. Mycorrhiza 15:235-245.

Buée M., J-P Maurice, B. Marçais, J-L Dupouey, J. Garbaye and F. Le Tacon. 2005. Effet des interventions sylvicoles sur les champignons sylvestres. Forêt-entreprise 164 :26-32.

Martinez, M. Buée, A. Jauneau, G. Bécard, R. Dargent and C. Roux. 2001. Effects of a fraction from maize root exudates on haploid strains of Sporisorium reilianum f sp zea. Plant and Soil. 236 (2):145-153.

Buée, M. Rossignol, A. Jauneau, R. Ranjeva and G. Bécard, 2000. The pre-symbiotic growth of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi is induced by a branching factor partially purified from plant root exudates. Molecular Plant Microbe Interaction. 13:693-698.

Nagahashi, D. Douds and M. Buée, 2000. Light-induced hyphal branching of germinated AM fungal spores. Plant and Soil. 219:71-79.

Ansan-Melayah, M.H. Balesdent, M. Buée and T. Rouxel. 1995. Genetic Characterization of AvrLm1, the first Avirulence Gene of Leptosphaeria maculans. Phytopathology 85:1525-1529.

OUTREACH PAPERS

Peter M., Buée M. and Egli S. 2013. Biodiversity of mycorrhizal fungi as a crucial player in forest ecosystem functioning. Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity. Kraus D., Krumm F. (eds) 2013. European Forest Institute. 284 pp.

Murat C et Buée M. Truffes et autres champignons comestibles ectomycorhiziens. 2013. Jardin de France (Dossier Mycorhizes, auxiliaires discrètes du jardinier). http://www.jardinsdefrance.org/la-collection/622-mycorhizes-auxiliaires-discretes-du-jardinier/truffes-et-autres-champignons-comestibles-ectomycorhiziens

Buée M., PE. Courty, F. Le Tacon et J. Garbaye. 2009. Diversité et fonction des champignons symbiotiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers tempérés. Le Sol, Dossier INRA Mensuel.

Buée M., Reich M., Martin F. 2009. High-throughput molecular tools highlight fungal community structure in an extremely complex subterranean world. Evoltree external Newsletter. N°4.

Ranger J., Gelhaye D., Bienaimé S., Bonnaud P., Calmet J.P., Calvaruso C., Foret M., Gerard F., Jaffrain J., Mareschal L., Moukoumi J., Nourrisson G., Pollier B., Saint-André L., Sicard C., Turpault M.P., Zeller B., Buée M., Frey-Klett P., Le Tacon F., Uroz S., Maurice J.P., Chaussod R., Lejon D., Ranjard L., Berthelin J., Béguiristain T., Boudot J.P., Kulhankova A., Mallouhi N., Munier-Lamy C., Delvaux B., Titeux H., Trum F. 2007. Effet de la substitution d’essence sur le fonctionnement et la durabilité des écosystèmes forestiers: l’apport des travaux pluridisciplinaires menés en forêt de Breuil Chenue Morvan. Bourgogne Nature.

Buée M., PE. Courty, F. Le Tacon et J. Garbaye. 2006. Diversité et fonction des champignons symbiotiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers tempérés. INRA Mensuel, n°128.

Buée M., J-P Maurice, B. Marçais, J-L Dupouey, J. Garbaye et F. Le Tacon. 2005. Effet des interventions sylvicoles sur les champignons sylvestres. Forêt-entreprise 164 :26-32.

 

OUTREACH PAPERS

Peter M., Buée M. and Egli S. 2013. Biodiversity of mycorrhizal fungi as a crucial player in forest ecosystem functioning. Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity. Kraus D., Krumm F. (eds) 2013. European Forest Institute. 284 pp.

Murat C et Buée M. Truffes et autres champignons comestibles ectomycorhiziens. 2013. Jardin de France (Dossier Mycorhizes, auxiliaires discrètes du jardinier). http://www.jardinsdefrance.org/la-collection/622-mycorhizes-auxiliaires-discretes-du-jardinier/truffes-et-autres-champignons-comestibles-ectomycorhiziens

Buée M., PE. Courty, F. Le Tacon et J. Garbaye. 2009. Diversité et fonction des champignons symbiotiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers tempérés. Le Sol, Dossier INRA Mensuel.

Buée M., Reich M., Martin F. 2009. High-throughput molecular tools highlight fungal community structure in an extremely complex subterranean world. Evoltree external Newsletter. N°4.

Ranger J., Gelhaye D., Bienaimé S., Bonnaud P., Calmet J.P., Calvaruso C., Foret M., Gerard F., Jaffrain J., Mareschal L., Moukoumi J., Nourrisson G., Pollier B., Saint-André L., Sicard C., Turpault M.P., Zeller B., Buée M., Frey-Klett P., Le Tacon F., Uroz S., Maurice J.P., Chaussod R., Lejon D., Ranjard L., Berthelin J., Béguiristain T., Boudot J.P., Kulhankova A., Mallouhi N., Munier-Lamy C., Delvaux B., Titeux H., Trum F. 2007. Effet de la substitution d’essence sur le fonctionnement et la durabilité des écosystèmes forestiers: l’apport des travaux pluridisciplinaires menés en forêt de Breuil Chenue Morvan. Bourgogne Nature.

Buée M., PE. Courty, F. Le Tacon et J. Garbaye. 2006. Diversité et fonction des champignons symbiotiques dans les écosystèmes forestiers tempérés. INRA Mensuel, n°128.

Buée M., J-P Maurice, B. Marçais, J-L Dupouey, J. Garbaye et F. Le Tacon. 2005. Effet des interventions sylvicoles sur les champignons sylvestres. Forêt-entreprise 164 :26-32.

BOOKS

Buée, M., Sentausa, E., & Murat, C. 2016. Molecular technologies applied to the ecology of ectomycorrhizal communities. Molecular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis, 323-339.

Preparation of fungal specimens for direct molecular applications. Irlinger F., Berthet N., Vallaeys T., Vasseur V., Ioos R., Buée M., Mounier J. 2009. Handbook of nucleic acid purification. Dongyou Liu Ed. CRC Press.

Buée M., De Boer W., Martin F., Overbeek L., Jurkevitch E. 2009. The rhizosphere zoo: An overview of plant-associated communities of microorganisms, including phages, bacteria, archaea, and fungi, and of some of their structuring factors. Rhizosphere : Achievements and Challenges. Y. Dessaux, P. Hinsinger, P. Lemanceau Eds. Springer Press.

PATENT

Patent N° 08 52 301 submitted 7th April 2008 (by Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique) : « Procédé d’obtention de mycelium de Tuber magnatum et mycelium obtenu par le procédé ».

Master THESIS

• DEA Thesis in Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology (1996), Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III, France.

Title: Etude de l’inhibition par l’azote des differentes étapes de l’organogenèse nodulaire chez Medicago sativa (Inhibition by nitrate of different steps in the Medicago sativa nodular organogenesis).

Ph.D THESIS

• PhD Thesis in Plant Cellular and Molecular Biology (2000), Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III, France.

Title: Mise en evidence d’un facteur racinaire impliqué dans la croissance des champignons mycorhiziens a arbuscules (Identification of a root factor involved in the endomycorrhizal fungi growth).

HDR THESIS

•HDR Thesis (2014), Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France.

Structures et rôles des communautés fongiques forestières. Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches, Ecole Doctorale RP2E, Université de Lorraine, France.

LAST SEMINARS/MEETINGS

  • Buée M. Are fungal diversity and associated functions differentially regulated by host tree phenology and other environmental parameters? 3rd Thünen Symposium on Soil Metagenomics. 14-16 Dec 2016, Braunschweig, Germany (oral).
  • Buée M. How are fungal diversity and associated functions regulated by host tree and other environmental parameters? Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, Nov. 2016. (invited speaker).
  • Akroume E, Royer P, Zeller B, Saint-André L. and Buée M. 2015. Ectomycorrhizal and non-symbiotic fungi respond differentially to climatic parameters: what is the link with host susceptibility to climate change? Ecology of Soil Microorganisms Conference, Pragues (oral).
  • Akroume E, Royer P, Zeller B, Saint-André L. and Buée M. Les communautés fongiques ectomycorhiziennes et non symbiotiques des forêts de fagacées françaises répondent différemment aux paramètres climatiquesVII colloque de l’Association Francophone d’Ecologie Microbienne (AFEM), Anglet, France (oral).
  • Nikitich, P., Brédoire, F., Alvarez, G., Barsukov, P., Bakker, M. R., Buée, M., Derrien, D., Fontaine, S., Kayler, Z., Rusalimova, O., Vaishlya, O., Zeller, B. (2015). . The impact of snow cover on nutrients dynamics in Western Siberia territories. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 17. Presented at EGU 2015, European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienne, AUT (2015-04-12 – 2015-04-17).
  • Buée M. Contribution of metagenomics (barcoding and metabarcoding) in the study of fungal diversity. ECCO meeting 2015, Paris (invited speaker).
  • Buée M. How to connect metagenomics and mycorrhizal fungi ecology? IC3M International Congress on Mycorrhizae, Marrakech, Morocco, 2014 (invited speaker).
  • Coince A, Marcais B, Buée M. 2014. Diversité des communautés de champignons ectomycorhiziens de hêtraies le long de gradients environnementaux en Europe. X° Journées Jean Chevaugeon de phytopathologie/Mycologie, Aussois, France (oral).
  • Mathieu Y, Dassé A, Lebayon I, Kutnik M, Harvengt L, Gelhaye E, Buée M. 2013. High-throughput sequencing highlighted contrasted pioneer fungal communities associated to coniferous and deciduous wood preservation assays. The 44th Annual Meeting of the IRG. Stockholm, Sweden. June 16-20, 2013 (oral).
  • Buée M. Metagenomics for Understanding Fungal Ecology in forest ecosystems. 6th New Phytologist Workshop (2012) Bridging Mycorrhizal Genomics, Metagenomics & Forest Ecology. (oral).
  • Rincon A., Coince A., Santamaría-Pérez B, Marçais B, Buée M. 2012. Diversité et structure des communautés fongiques associées au pin sylvestre le long de gradients altitudinaux en Europe. IX° Journées Jean Chevaugeon de phytopathologie/Mycologie, Aussois, France (oral).
  • Buée M et al. Metagenomics for Understanding Fungal Ecology in forest ecosystems (2012). 6th New Phytologist Workshop (oral).
  • Coince A., Santamaría-Pérez B., Rincón A., Marçais B. Buée M. 2011. Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of two representative European tree species along climatic gradients. XII European Ecological Federation Congress, Avila, Spain (oral).
  • Coince A., Santamaría-Pérez B, Rincón A, Bach C, Cael O, Murat C, Marçais B, Buée M. 2011. Diversité et structure des communautés de champignons ectomycorhiziens le long de gradients altitudinaux en Europe, par les approches de métagénomique. Colloque Génomique Environnemental, Lyon (oral).
  • Coince A., Santamaría-Pérez B., Rincón A., Marçais B. Buée M. 2011. Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of two representative European tree species along climatic gradients. XII European Ecological Federation Congress, Avila, Spain, Septembre (oral).
  • Buée M. et al. Fungal diversity in soil forest: next-generation sequencing sheds light in the black-box. 9th International Mycological Congress, Edinburgh, UK. 2010 (invited speaker).
  • Buée M. (R)Evolution de l’écologie moléculaire des champignons par les nouvelles technologies de séquençage. CFL, Université de Laval, Québec, Québec, 2010 (invited).
  • Buée M. Ecologie des communautés fongiques: vers l’analyse “Metaxonimique” des sols forestiers. Aussois-2010 Rencontres de phytopathologie/Mycologie (oral).
  • Buée M. Fungal ecology high throughput sequencing results and perspectives. Nordforsk research network meeting in Helsinki, 2009. (invited).
  • Buée M. Phylochip and 454 sequencing to assess the impact of host species on the community of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Evoltree Annual Meeting in Baden. 2009 (oral).
  • Buée M. Traceability of mycorrhizal fungi. Fungi in boreal forest – Nordforsk research network – Kick-off meeting in Tallinn, 2008. (invited).
  • Buée M. et al. Impact of host tree species (coniferous and deciduous) on the fungal diversity and the catabolic activities of ectomycorrhizal fungi. PMI-2008. Krakow, Poland (oral).
  • Buée M. Lucic E., Vincent P., Chalot M., Brun-Jacob A., Martin F. Premières données d’éco-génomique sur la mobilisation et le transport de l’azote organique par des champignons du genre Laccaria. Aussois-2008 Rencontres de phytopathologie/Mycologie (poster).
  • M. Reich, F. Martin and M. Buée. Illumination on hidden communities of ectomycorrhizal fungi! Aussois-2008 (poster).
  • M. Buée. 2007. Impact of host tree species (coniferous and deciduous) on the catabolic activities of ectomycorrhizal fungi. IOBC Dijon, France. Multitrophic interactions in soil, 4th meeting (oral).
  • M. Buée, JP. Maurice, J. Garbaye and F. Le Tacon. 2006. Influence of the host-tree (conifer versus hardwood) on the specific and functional diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi. International Conference on Mycorrhiza ICOM5, Granada, Spain (poster).
  • M. Buée, 2005. Functional diversity of ectomycorrhizal communities in the temperate forests. ECONET Workshop, Ceske Budejovive (invited).