Publications 2016

  1. 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
  2. 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 Séguin, … Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 97
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Reconstructing the evolutionary history of gypsy retrotransposons in the Périgord black truffle (Tuber melanosporum Vittad.) T Payen, C Murat, F Martin. Mycorrhiza, 1-11
  6. Phytophthora× alni and Phytophthora lacustris associated with common alder decline in Central Portugal M Kanoun‐Boulé, T Vasconcelos, J Gaspar, S Vieira, C Dias‐Ferreira, …Forest Pathology
  7. 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… – Planta
  8. 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
  9. Influence of site and stand factors on Hymenoscyphus fraxineus induced basal lesion. B Marçais, C Husson, L Godart, O Caël. Plant Pathology
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Chloroplast FBPase and SBPase are thioredoxin-linked enzymes with similar architecture but different evolutionary histories DD Gütle, T Roret, SJ Müller, J Couturier, SD Lemaire, A Hecker, …Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201606241
  13. 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 Cébron, MP Turpault, M Buée, W De Boer, … Scientific Reports 6, 27756
  14. Tree species select diversee soil fungal communities expressing different sets of lignocellulolytic enzyme-encoding genes. F Barbi, E Prudent, L Vallon, M Buée, A Dubost… – Soil Biology and…, 2016
  15. 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
  16. Impact of reducing and oxidizing agents on the infectivity of Qβ phage and the overall structure of its capsid P Loison, D Majou, E Gelhaye, N Boudaud, C Gentler FEMS Microbiology Ecology, fiw153
  17. 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
  18. Fine-scale genetic structure of natural Tuber aestivum sites in southern Germany V Molinier, C Murat, A Baltensweiler, U Büntgen, F Martin, B Meier, … Mycorrhiza, 1-13
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. Ectomycorrhizal ecology is imprinted in the genome of the dominant symbiotic fungus Cenococcum geophilum M Peter, A Kohler, RA Ohm, A Kuo, J Krützmann, E Morin, M Arend, … Nature Communications 7, 12662
  22. Global geographic distribution and host range of Dothistroma species: a comprehensive review R Drenkhan, V Tomešová‐Haataja, S Fraser, RE Bradshaw, P Vahalík, … Forest Pathology
  23. 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
  24. 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.
  25. Genetic diversity and origins of the homoploid allopolyploid hybrid Phytophthora× alni. J Aguayo, F Halkett, C Husson, ZÁ Nagy, A Szigethy, J Bakonyi, P Frey, …
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM. 02221-16
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. Dissecting the metabolic role of mitochondria during developmental leaf senescence D Chrobok, SR Law, B Brouwer, P Lindén, A Ziolkowska, D Liebsch, … Plant Physiology, pp. 01463.2016
  30. Unearthing the roots of ectomycorrhizal symbioses F Martin, A Kohler, C Murat, C Veneault-Fourrey, DS Hibbett Nature Reviews Microbiology
  31. Screening for N-AHSL-Based-Signaling Interfering Enzymes. S Uroz, PM Oger Metagenomics: Methods and Protocols, 271-286
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. Soil parameters drive the structure, diversity and metabolic potentials of the bacterial communities across temperate beech forest soil sequences. Jeanbille, M., Buée, M., Bach, C, Cébron, Frey-Klett, Turpault, Uroz, S.  Microbial Ecology 71: 482-493.
  36. Editorial: Genomics Research on Non-model Plant Pathogens: Delivering Novel Insights into Rust Fungus Biology. Bakkeren G, Joly DL and Duplessis S (2016)  Front. Plant Sci. 7:216. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00216
  37. The Bacterial and Fungal Diversity of an Aged PAH- and Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil is Affected by Plant Cover and Edaphic Parameters. Bourceret, A., Cébron, A., Tisserant, E. et al. Microb Ecol. 71, 711–724 (2016).
  38. Ecological network analysis reveals the inter-connection between soil biodiversity and ecosystem function as affected by land use across Europe. Creamer, R., Hannula, S., Leeuwen, J., Stone, D., Rutgers, M., Schmelz, R., Ruiter, P., Hendriksen, N., Bolger, T., Bouffaud, M., Buee, M., Carvalho, F., Costa, D., Dirilgen, T., Francisco, R., Griffiths, B., Griffiths, R., Martin, F., Silva, P. D.,. . . Lemanceau, P. (2016). Applied Soil Ecology97, 112‑124.
  39. An evolutionary ecology perspective to address forest pathology challenges of today and tomorrow. Desprez-Loustau, M. L., Aguayo, J., Dutech, C., Hayden, K. J., Husson, C., Jakushkin, B., Marçais, B., Piou, D., Robin, C., & Vacher, C. (2016). Annals of Forest Science73(1), 45‑67.
  40. How does the tree root microbiome assemble ? Influence of ectomycorrhizal species on P inus sylvestris root bacterial communities. Deveau, A. (2016).Environmental Microbiology18(5), 1303‑1305.
  41. Genomic Resources Notes Accepted 1 August 2015 – 31 September 2015. Kohler, A., Kremer, A., le Provost, G., Lesur, I., Lin, G., Martin, F., Plomion, C., Wu, A., & Zhao, F. (2016). Molecular Ecology Resources16(1), 377.
  42. Intrapopulation genomics in a model mutualist : Population structure and candidate symbiosis genes under selection in Medicago truncatula. Grillo, M. A., Mita, S., Burke, P. V., Solórzano‐Lowell, K. L. S., & Heath, K. D. (2016). Evolution70(12), 2704‑2717.
  43. Structural and functional characterization of tree proteins involved in redox regulation: a new frontier in forest science. Jacquot, JP., Couturier, J., Didierjean, C. et al. Annals of Forest Science 73, 119–134 (2016).
  44. Insights into ascorbate regeneration in plants : investigating the redox and structural properties of dehydroascorbate reductases from Populus trichocarpa. Lallement, P. A., Roret, T., Tsan, P., Gualberto, J., Girardet, J. M., Didierjean, C., Rouhier, N., & Hecker, A. (2016). Biochemical Journal473(6), 717‑731.
  45. Molinier, V., Murat, C., Peter, M. et al. SSR-based identification of genetic groups within European populations of Tuber aestivum Vittad. Mycorrhiza 26, 99–110 (2016).
  46. Can mosses serve as model organisms for forest research?. Müller, S.J., Gütle, D.D., Jacquot, JP. et al. Annals of Forest Science 73, 135–146 (2016).
  47. Rust fungal effectors mimic host transit peptides to translocate into chloroplasts. Petre, B., Lorrain, C., Saunders, D. G., Win, J., Sklenar, J., Duplessis, S., & Kamoun, S. (2016). Cellular Microbiology18(4), 453‑465.
  48. Forest tree genomics : 10 achievements from the past 10 years and future prospects. Plomion, C., Bastien, C., Bogeat-Triboulot, M. B., Bouffier, L., Déjardin, A., Duplessis, S., Fady, B., Heuertz, M., le Gac, A. L., le Provost, G., Legué, V., Lelu-Walter, M. A., Leplé, J. C., Maury, S., Morel, A., Oddou-Muratorio, S., Pilate, G., Sanchez, L., Scotti, I.,. . . Vacher, C. (2016). Annals of Forest Science73(1), 77‑103.
  49. Ectomycorrhizal fungi decompose soil organic matter using oxidative mechanisms adapted from saprotrophic ancestors. Shah, F., Nicolás, C., Bentzer, J., Ellström, M., Smits, M., Rineau, F., Canbäck, B., Floudas, D., Carleer, R., Lackner, G., Braesel, J., Hoffmeister, D., Henrissat, B., Ahrén, D., Johansson, T., Hibbett, D. S., Martin, F., Persson, P., & Tunlid, A. (2016). New Phytologist209(4), 1705‑1719.
  50. Dominant Tree Species and Soil Type Affect the Fungal Community Structure in a Boreal Peatland Forest. Sun, H., Terhonen, E., Kovalchuk, A., Tuovila, H., Chen, H., Oghenekaro, A. O., Heinonsalo, J., Kohler, A., Kasanen, R., Vasander, H., & Asiegbu, F. O. (2016). Applied and Environmental Microbiology82(9), 2632‑2643.