Publications 2019

  1. Influence of annual climatic variations, climate changes, and sociological factors on the production of the Périgord black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vittad.) from …M Baragatti, PM Grollemund, P Montpied, JL Dupouey, J Gravier, C Murat, … Mycorrhiza, 1-13
  2. Comparative genomics of Rhizophagus irregularis, R. cerebriforme, R. diaphanus and Gigaspora rosea highlights specific genetic features in Glomeromycotina E Morin, S Miyauchi, H San Clemente, ECH Chen, A Pelin, … New Phytologist
  3. The influence of contrasting microbial lifestyles on the pre-symbiotic metabolite responses of Eucalyptus grandis roots JWH Wong, A Lutz, S Natera, M Wang, V Ng, IV Grigoriev, FM Martin, … Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 10
  4. Soil parameters, land use, and geographical distance drive soil bacterial communities along a European transect P Plassart, NC Prévost-Bouré, S Uroz, S Dequiedt, D Stone, R Creamer, … Scientific Reports 9 (1), 605
  5. Fungal endophytes of Populus trichocarpa alter host phenotype, gene expression and rhizobiome composition HL Liao, gregory bonito, JA Rojas, K Hameed, S Wu, CW Schadt, … Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
  6. The iron-sulfur protein NFU2 plays a predominant role in branched-chain amino acid synthesis in Arabidopsis roots B Touraine, F Vignols, J Przybyla-Toscano, T Ischebeck, T Dhalleine, … Journal of experimental botany
  7. Soil microbial functions are affected by organic matter removal in temperate deciduous forest F Maillard, V Leduc, C Bach, A Reichard, L Fauchery, L Saint-André, … Soil Biology and Biochemistry
  8. A two genes-for-one gene interaction between Leptosphaeria maculans Brassica napus. Y Petit-Houdenot, A Degrave, M Meyer, F Blaise, B Ollivier, CL Marais, … The New phytologist
  9. Identification of Populus small RNAs responsive to mutualistic interactions with mycorrhizal fungi, Laccaria bicolor and Rhizophagus irregularis R Mewalal, H Yin, R Hu, SS Jawdy, P Vion, GA Tuskan, F Le Tacon, … Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 515
  10. Comparison and validation of Oomycetes metabarcoding primers for Phytophthora high throughput sequencing J Legeay, C Husson, T Cordier, C Vacher, B Marcais, M Buée Journal of Plant Pathology, 1-6
  11. Broad‐specificity GH131 β‐glucanases are a hallmark of Fungi and Oomycetes that colonise plants GE Anasontzis, MH Lebrun, M Haon, C Champion, A Kohler, N Lenfant, … Environmental Microbiology
  12. Megaphylogeny resolves global patterns of mushroom evolution T Varga, K Krizsán, C Földi, B Dima, M Sánchez-García, … Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1
  13. The structure of Trametes versicolor Glutathione Transferase Omega 3S bound to its conjugation product GS‐PEITC reveals plasticity of its active site M Schwartz, T Perrot, M Morel‐Rouhier, G Mulliert, E Gelhaye, … Protein Science
  14. Linking soil’s volatilome to microbes and plant roots highlights the importance of microbes as emitters of belowground volatile signals D Schenkel, A Deveau, J Niimi, P Mariotte, A Vitra, A Meisser, A Buttler, … Environmental microbiology
  15. New insights into black truffle biology: discovery of the potential connecting structure between a Tuber aestivum ascocarp and its host root A Deveau, P Clowez, F Petit, JP Maurice, F Todesco, C Murat, M Harroué, … Mycorrhiza, 1-8
  16. Functional, structural and biochemical features of plant serinyl-glutathione transferases E Sylvestre-Gonon, S Law, M Schwartz, K Robe, O Keech, … Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 608
  17. Novel insights into the diversity of the sulfurtransferase family in photosynthetic organisms with emphasis on oak
  18. A Moseler, B Selles, N Rouhier, J Couturier. New Phytologist
  19. Rhodanese domain-containing sulfurtransferases: multifaceted proteins involved in sulfur trafficking in plants B Selles, A Moseler, N Rouhier, J Couturier. Journal of Experimental Botany
  20. Is there a role for glutaredoxins and BOLAs in the perception of the cellular iron status in plants? P Rey, M Taupin-Broggini, J Couturier, F Vignols, N Rouhier
  21. Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 712
  22. Plant intraspecific variation modulates nutrient cycling through its belowground rhizospheric microbiome L Pérez‐Izquierdo, M Zabal‐Aguirre… – Journal of Ecology
  23. Bioinformatics matters: The accuracy of plant and soil fungal community data is highly dependent on the metabarcoding pipeline C Pauvert, M Buée, V Laval, V Edel-Hermann… – Fungal Ecology, 2019
  24. Increasing access to microfluidics for studying fungi and other branched biological structures LJ Millet, J Aufrecht, J Labbé, J Uehling, R Vilgalys, ML Estes, … Fungal Biology and Biotechnology 6 (1), 1
  25. Are bacteria responsible for aroma deterioration upon storage of the black truffle Tuber aestivum: A microbiome and volatilome study M Vahdatzadeh, A Deveau, R Splivallo Food Microbiology, 103251
  26. New insights into black truffle biology: discovery of the potential connecting structure between a Tuber aestivum ascocarp and its host root A Deveau, P Clowez, F Petit, JP Maurice, F Todesco, C Murat, M Harroué, … Mycorrhiza 29 (3), 219-226
  27. Multi‐omic analyses of exogenous nutrient bag decomposition by the black morel Morchella importuna reveal sustained carbon acquisition and transferring H Tan, A Kohler, R Miao, T Liu, Q Zhang, B Zhang, L Jiang, Y Wang, L Xie, … Environmental microbiology
  28. Ascoma genotyping and mating type analyses of mycorrhizas and soil mycelia of Tuber borchii in a truffle orchard established by mycelial inoculated plants  P Leonardi, C Murat, F Puliga, M Iotti, A Zambonelli Environmental Microbiology
  29. The lichen symbiosis re-viewed through the genomes of Cladonia grayi and its algal partner Asterochloris glomerata D Armaleo, O Müller, F Lutzoni, ÓS Andrésson, G Blanc, HB Bode, … BMC genomics 20 (1), 605