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Publications 2016

  1. The redox control of photorespiration: from biochemical and physiological aspects to biotechnological considerations. O Keech, P Gardeström, LA Kleczkowski, N Rouhier. Plant, Cell & Environment
  2. Temporal changes of bacterial communities in the Tuber melanosporum ectomycorrhizosphere during ascocarp development. A Deveau, S Antony-Babu, F Le Tacon, C Robin, P Frey-Klett, S Uroz. Mycorrhiza, 1-11
  3. The poplar Rust-Induced Secreted Protein (RISP) inhibits the growth of the leaf rust pathogen Melampsora larici-populina and triggers cell culture alkalinisation¬†B Petre, A Hecker, H Germain, P Tsan, J Sklenar, G Pelletier, A S√©guin, … Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 97
  4. Impact of Phanerochaete chrysosporium on the Functional Diversity of Bacterial Communities Associated with Decaying Wood Hervé Vincent, Ketter Elodie, Pierrat Jean-Claude, Gelhaye Eric, Frey-Klett Pascale. PLoS ONE 1 (11), e0147100
  5. Genetic diversity and genetic structure of black alder (Alnus glutinosa [L.] Gaertn) in the Belgium-Luxembourg-France cross-border area. D Mingeot, C Husson, P Mertens, B Watillon, P Bertin, P Druart. Tree Genetics & Genomes 12 (2), 1-12
  6. Reconstructing the evolutionary history of gypsy retrotransposons in the Périgord black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vittad.) T Payen, C Murat, F Martin. Mycorrhiza, 1-11
  7. Phytophthora√ó alni and Phytophthora lacustris associated with common alder decline in Central Portugal¬†M Kanoun‚ÄźBoul√©, T Vasconcelos, J Gaspar, S Vieira, C Dias‚ÄźFerreira, …Forest Pathology
  8. Understanding plant cell-wall remodelling during the symbiotic interaction between Tuber melanosporum and Corylus avellana using a carbohydrate microarray. F Sillo, JU Fangel, B Henrissat, A Faccio, P Bonfante… РPlanta
  9. Mate Finding, Sexual Spore Production, and the Spread of Fungal Plant Parasites FM Hamelin, F Castella, V Doli, B Marçais, V Ravigné, MA Lewis. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 1-18
  10. Influence of site and stand factors on Hymenoscyphus fraxineus induced basal lesion.¬†B Mar√ßais, C Husson, L Godart, O Ca√ęl. Plant Pathology
  11. Secretion of small proteins is species‚Äźspecific within Aspergillus sp.¬†N Valette, I Benoit‚ÄźGelber, MD Falco, A Wiebenga, RP Vries, E Gelhaye, … Microbial Biotechnology
  12. Mineral Type and Solution Chemistry Affect the Structure and Composition of Actively Growing Bacterial Communities as Revealed by Bromodeoxyuridine Immunocapture and 16S rRNA Pyrosequencing. LC Kelly, Y Colin, MP Turpault, S Uroz. Microbial ecology, 1-15
  13. Role of secondary metabolites in the interaction between Pseudomonas fluorescens and soil microorganisms under iron limited conditions¬†A Deveau, H Gross, B Palin, S Mehnaz, M Schnepf, P Leblond, … FEMS Microbiology Ecology, fiw107
  14. Chloroplast FBPase and SBPase are thioredoxin-linked enzymes with similar architecture but different evolutionary histories¬†DD G√ľtle, T Roret, SJ M√ľller, J Couturier, SD Lemaire, A Hecker, …Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201606241
  15. Specific impacts of beech and Norway spruce on the structure and diversity of the rhizosphere and soil microbial communities¬†S Uroz, P Oger, E Tisserand, A C√©bron, MP Turpault, M Bu√©e, W De Boer, … Scientific Reports 6, 27756
  16. Tree species select diverse soil fungal communities expressing different sets of lignocellulolytic enzyme-encoding genes. F Barbi, E Prudent, L Vallon, M Buée, A Dubost… РSoil Biology and …, 2016

  17. Into the functional ecology of ectomycorrhizal communities: environmental filtering of enzymatic activities.¬†PE Courty, F Munoz, MA Selosse, M Duchemin, S Criquet, F Ziarelli, … Journal of Ecology
  18. Impact of reducing and oxidizing agents on the infectivity of Qő≤ phage and the overall structure of its capsid¬†P Loison, D Majou, E Gelhaye, N Boudaud, C Gentler FEMS Microbiology Ecology, fiw153
  19. Plastidic P2 glucose-6P dehydrogenase from poplar is modulated by thioredoxin m-type: distinct roles of cysteine residues in redox regulation and NADPH inhibition¬†M Cardi, M Zaffagnini, A De Lillo, D Castiglia, K Chibani, JM Gualberto, …Plant Science
  20. Fine-scale genetic structure of natural Tuber aestivum sites in southern Germany¬†V Molinier, C Murat, A Baltensweiler, U B√ľntgen, F Martin, B Meier, …¬†Mycorrhiza, 1-13
  21. Genetic signatures of a range expansion in natura: when clones play leapfrog R Becheler, C Xhaard, EK Klein, KJ Hayden, P Frey, S De Mita, F Hackett. Ecology and Evolution
  22. Improving the design of long-term monitoring experiments in forests: a new method for the assessment of local soil variability by combining infrared spectroscopy and dendrometric data E Akroume, B Zeller, M Buée, P Santenoise, L Saint-André Annals of Forest Science, 1-9
  23. Ectomycorrhizal ecology is imprinted in the genome of the dominant symbiotic fungus Cenococcum geophilum¬†M Peter, A Kohler, RA Ohm, A Kuo, J Kr√ľtzmann, E Morin, M Arend, …¬†Nature Communications 7, 12662
  24. Diversity and Structure of Fungal Communities in Neotropical Rainforest Soils: The Effect of Host Recurrence¬†H Schimann, C Bach, J Lengelle, E Louisanna, S Barantal, C Murat, … Microbial Ecology, 1-11
  25. Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review¬†R Drenkhan, V TomeŇ°ov√°‚ÄźHaataja, S Fraser, RE Bradshaw, P Vahal√≠k, … Forest Pathology
  26. Investigation of the sexual reproduction strategy of the Perigord black truffle (tuber melanosporum Vittad.) revealed trioecy. H De la Varga, F Le Tacon, M Lagoguet, F Todesco, T Varga, I Miquel, …Bio-archive
  27. Root-endophytic fungi cause morphological and functional differences in Scots pine roots in contrast to ectomycorrhizal fungi. J Heinonsalo, M Buée, LM Vaario. Botany
  28. Soil type determines the distribution of nutrient mobilizing bacterial communities in the rhizosphere of beech trees O Nicolitch, Y Colin, MP Turpault, S Uroz. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 429-445.
  29. Genetic diversity and origins of the homoploid allopolyploid hybrid Phytophthora√ó alni.¬†J Aguayo, F Halkett, C Husson, Z√Ā Nagy, A Szigethy, J Bakonyi, P Frey, …
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM. 02221-16
  30. Crystal Structure of Saccharomyces cerevisiae ECM4, a Xi-Class Glutathione Transferase that Reacts with Glutathionyl-(hydro) quinones¬†M Schwartz, C Didierjean, A Hecker, JM Girardet, M Morel-Rouhier, … PLOS ONE 11 (10), e0164678
  31. Ecology of the forest microbiome: Highlights of temperate and boreal ecosystems S Uroz, M Buée, A Deveau, S Mieszkin, F Martin. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 471-488
  32. Trapping truffle production in holes: a promising technique for improving production and unravelling truffle life cycle C Murat, L Bonneau, H De La Varga, JM Olivier, S Fizzala,.. Italian Journal of Mycology 45, 47-53
  33. Dissecting the metabolic role of mitochondria during developmental leaf senescence¬†D Chrobok, SR Law, B Brouwer, P Lind√©n, A Ziolkowska, D Liebsch, … Plant Physiology, pp. 01463.2016
  34. Unearthing the roots of ectomycorrhizal symbioses F Martin, A Kohler, C Murat, C Veneault-Fourrey, DS Hibbett Nature Reviews Microbiology
  35. Dithiol disulphide exchange in redox regulation of chloroplast enzymes in response to evolutionary and structural constraints¬†DD G√ľtle, T Roret, A Hecker, R Reski, JP Jacquot. Plant Science
  36. Genetic bases of fungal white rot wood decay predicted by phylogenomic analysis of correlated gene-phenotype evolution¬†LG Nagy, R Riley, PJ Bergmann, K Krizs√°n, FM Martin, IV Grigoriev, … Molecular Biology and Evolution, msw238
  37. Fungal and plant gene expression in the Tulasnella calospora‚ÄďSerapias vomeracea symbiosis provides clues about nitrogen pathways in orchid mycorrhizas¬†V Fochi, W Chitarra, A Kohler, S Voyron, VR Singan, EA Lindquist, …New Phytologist
  38. Infection assays in Arabidopsis reveal candidate effectors from the poplar rust fungus that promote susceptibility to bacteria and oomycete pathogens¬†H Germain, DL Joly, C Mireault, MB Plourde, C Letanneur, D Stewart, … Molecular Plant Pathology
  39. Screening for N-AHSL-Based-Signaling Interfering Enzymes. S Uroz, PM Oger Metagenomics: Methods and Protocols, 271-286
  40. Ecologically Different Fungi Affect Arabidopsis Development: Contribution of Soluble and Volatile Compounds¬†S Casarrubia, S Sapienza, H Fritz, S Daghino, M Rosenkranz, … PLOS ONE 11 (12), e0168236
  41. The escalatory Red Queen: Population extinction and replacement following arms‚Äźrace dynamics in poplar rust¬†A Persoons, KJ Hayden, B Fabre, P Frey, S De Mita, A Tellier, F Halkett Molecular Ecology
  42. Mineral type and tree species determine the functional and taxonomic structure of forest soil bacterial communities Y Colin, O Nicolitch, MP Turpault, S Uroz Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM. 02684-16
  43. Regulation of Differentiation of Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria by Microsymbiont Targeting of Plant Thioredoxin s1¬†CW Ribeiro, F Baldacci-Cresp, O Pierre, M Larousse, S Benyamina, … Current Biology