Publications 2018

  1. Comparative genomics and transcriptomics depict ericoid mycorrhizal fungi as versatile saprotrophs and plant mutualists. E Martino, E Morin, GA Grelet, A Kuo, A Kohler, S Daghino, KW Barry, … New Phytologist
  2. Secretome analysis from the ectomycorrhizal ascomycete Cenococcum geophilum MDF Pereira, C Veneault-Fourrey, P Vion, F Guinet, E Morin, K Barry, … Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 141
  3. Roles and maturation of iron–sulfur proteins in plastids J Przybyla-Toscano, M Roland, F Gaymard, J Couturier, N Rouhier JBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 1-21
  4. High intraspecific genome diversity in the model arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiont Rhizophagus irregularis ECH Chen, E Morin, D Beaudet, J Noel, G Yildirir, S Ndikumana, … New Phytologist
  5. The rust fungus Melampsora larici-populina expresses a conserved genetic program and distinct sets of secreted protein genes during infection of its two host plants,…C Lorrain, C Marchal, S Hacquard, C Delaruelle, J Pétrowski, B Petre, …Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
  6. Function and maturation of the Fe–S center in dihydroxyacid dehydratase from Arabidopsis H Gao, T Azam, S Randeniya, J Couturier, N Rouhier, MK Johnson. Journal of Biological Chemistry, jbc. RA117. 001592
  7. Genome-Wide Analysis of Corynespora cassiicola Leaf Fall Disease Putative Effectors. D Lopez, S Ribeiro, P Label, B Fumanal, JS Venisse, A Kohler, … Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 276
  8. Enzyme activities of two recombinant heme-including peroxidases TvDyP1 and TvVP2 identified from the secretome of Trametes versicolor S Amara, T Perrot, D Navarro, A Deroy, A Benkhelfallah, A Chalak, … Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM. 02826-17
  9. Bacterial-Fungal Interactions: ecology, mechanisms and challenges A Deveau, G Bonito, J Uehling, M Paoletti, M Becker, S Bindschedler, … FEMS microbiology reviews Microbiology ecology
  10. Show me the way: rust effector targets in heterologous plant systems. C Lorrain, B Petre, S Duplessis. Current opinion in microbiology 46, 19-25
  11. Tracking the invasion: dispersal of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus airborne inoculum at different scales. M Grosdidier, R Ioos, C Husson, O Cael, T Scordia… FEMS Microbiology Ecology.
  12. Structural snapshots along the reaction mechanism of the atypical poplar thioredoxin‐like2. 1 K Chibani, F Saul, C Didierjean, N Rouhier, A Haouz FEBS letters
  13. Comparison of teak wood properties according to forest management: short versus long rotation DE Rizanti, W Darmawan, B George, A Merlin, S Dumarcay, H Chapuis, … Annals of Forest Science 75 (2), 39
  14. Assessing airborne fungal communities by high-throughput sequencing using passive traps J Aguayo, C Fourrier-Jeandel, C Husson, R Ioos. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM. 02637-17
  15. Do higher summer temperatures restrict the dissemination of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in France? M Grosdidier, R Ioos, B Marçais. Forest Pathology
  16. The origin and evolution of mycorrhizal symbioses: from palaeomycology to phylogenomics. C Strullu-Derrien, MA Selosse, P Kenrick, FM Martin The New phytologist
  17. Impact of soil pedogenesis on the diversity and composition of fungal communities across the California soil chronosequence of Mendocino PE Courty, M Buée, JJT Tech, D Brulé, Y Colin, JHJ Leveau, S Uroz Mycorrhiza, 1-14
  18. Intraspecific comparative genomics of isolates of the Norway spruce pathogen (Heterobasidion parviporum) and identification of its potential virulence factors Z Zeng, H Sun, EJ Vainio, T Raffaello, A Kovalchuk, E Morin, S Duplessis, … BMC genomics 19 (1), 220
  19. The ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor releases a secreted β-1, 4 endoglucanase that plays a key role in symbiosis development. F Zhang, GE Anasontzis, A Labourel, C Champion, M Haon, … The New phytologist
  20. N-Acetylglucosaminidase activity, a functional trait of chitin degradation, is regulated differentially within two orders of ectomycorrhizal fungi: Boletales and Agaricales F Maillard, M Didion, L Fauchery, C Bach, M Buée. Mycorrhiza, 1-7
  21. The ash dieback invasion of Europe was founded by two genetically divergent individuals M McMullan, M Rafiqi, G Kaithakottil, BJ Clavijo, L Bilham, E Orton, …Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1
  22. First Report of Phytophthora ramorum causing Japanese Larch dieback in France N Schenck, C Saurat, C Guinet, C Fourrier-Jeandel, L Roche, A Bouvet, … Plant Disease
  23. The Hydrophobin-Like OmSSP1 May Be an Effector in the Ericoid Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. S Casarrubia, S Daghino, A Kohler, E Morin, HR Khouja, C Venault-Fourrey,… Front. Plant Sci., 01 May 2018 |
  24. Assessment of Passive Traps Combined with High-Throughput Sequencing To Study Airborne Fungal Communities J Aguayo, C Fourrier-Jeandel, C Husson, R Ioos. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84 (11), e02637-17
  25. Ericoid mycorrhizal fungi and their genomes: another side to the mycorrhizal symbiosis? S Perotto, S Daghino, E Martino. The New phytologist.
  26. Molecular recognition of wood polyphenols by phase II detoxification enzymes of the white rot Trametes versicolor M Schwartz, T Perrot, E Aubert, S Dumarçay, F Favier, P Gérardin, …Scientific Reports 8 (1), 8472
  27. Purification of Fungal High Molecular Weight Genomic DNA from Environmental Samples. L Fauchery, S Uroz, M Buée, A Kohler. Fungal Genomics, 21-35
  28. Conserved functions of Arabidopsis mitochondrial late-acting maturation factors in the trafficking of iron‑sulfur clusters MA Uzarska, J Przybyla-Toscano, F Spangar, F Zannini, R Lill, …Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research
  29. Oak genome reveals facets of long lifespan C Plomion, JM Aury, J Amselem, T Leroy, F Murat, S Duplessis, S Faye, …Nature Plants, 1
  30. Draft Genome Sequence of Tuber borchii Vittad., a Whitish Edible Truffle C Murat, A Kuo, KW Barry, A Clum, RB Dockter, L Fauchery, M Iotti, … Genome Announcements 6 (25), e00537-18
  31. Tree genotype and seasonal effects on soil properties and biogeochemical functioning in Mediterranean pine forests. L Pérez‐Izquierdo, L Saint‐André, P Santenoise… – European Journal of Soil Science
  32. Multi-omic analyses of extensively decayed Pinus contorta reveal expression of diverse array of lignocellulose degrading enzymes C Hori, J Gaskell, D Cullen, G Sabat, PE Stewart, K Lail, Y Peng, K Barry, … Applied and environmental microbiology, AEM. 01133-18
  33. Trametes versicolor Glutathione Transferase Xi 3, a dual Cys‐GST with catalytic specificities of both Xi and Omega classes M Schwartz, T Perrot, A Deroy, T Roret, M Morel‐Rouhier, G Mulliert, … FEBS letters
  34. Impact of soil chemistry, nutrient supplements, and fungicides on the health and yield of field-grown processing tomatoes NN Maharaj, EM Miyao, RM Davis, S Uroz, JHJ Leveau. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 1-14
  35. Fungal glutathione transferases as tools to explore the chemical diversity of Amazonian wood extractives T Perrot, mathieu Schwartz, F Saiag, G Salzet, S Dumarcay, F Favier, … ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
  36. Dark deactivation of chloroplast enzymes finally comes to light. JP Jacquot. P. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  37. From leaf to continent: The multi-scale distribution of an invasive cryptic pathogen complex on oak ML Desprez-Loustau, M Massot, M Toïgo, T Fort, AGA Kaya, J Boberg, …Fungal Ecology 36, 39-50
  38. Oak extractive‐induced stress reveals the involvement of new enzymes in the early detoxification response of Phanerochaete chrysosporium AJ Fernández‐González, N Valette, A Kohler, S Dumarçay, R Sormani, … Environmental microbiology
  39. A rust fungal effector binds plant DNA and modulates transcription MB Ahmed, KCG dos Santos, IB Sanchez, B Petre, C Lorrain, MB Plourde, … Scientific Reports 8 (1), 14718
  40. Phytophthora ramorum, first record on Japanese larch in France. M Goudet, C Husson, FX Saintonge, X Grenié, L Roche. Forêt-Entreprise, 62-65
  41. Mitochondrial Arabidopsis thaliana TRXo Isoforms Bind an Iron–Sulfur Cluster and Reduce NFU Proteins In Vitro. F Zannini, T Roret, J Przybyla-Toscano, T Dhalleine, N Rouhier, …Antioxidants 7 (10), 142
  42. Aboveground overyielding in a mixed temperate forest is not explained by belowground processes A Fruleux, MB Bogeat-Triboulot, C Collet, A Deveau, L Saint-André, … Oecologia, 1-11
  43. Pezizomycetes genomes reveal the molecular basis of ectomycorrhizal truffle lifestyle C Murat, T Payen, B Noel, A Kuo, E Morin, J Chen, A Kohler, K Krizsán, … Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1
  44. Climate change induced drought impacts on plant diseases in New Zealand. Australasian. Wakelin S., Gomez-Gallego M., Jones E., Smaill S:, Lear G., Lambie, S. (2018).  Plant Pathology, 47(1): 101-114. DOI: Réf. HAL: hal-03220685
  45. Facing global change : the millennium challenge for plant scientists. Basso, V., de Freitas Pereira, M., Maillard, F., Mallerman, J., Mangeot-Peter, L., Zhang, F., & Bonnot, C. (2018). New Phytologist220(1), 25‑29.
  46. Both gravistimulation onset and removal trigger an increase of cytoplasmic free calcium in statocytes of roots grown in microgravity. Bizet, F., Pereda-Loth, V., Chauvet, H., Gérard, J., Eche, B., Girousse, C., Courtade, M., Perbal, G., & Legué, V. (2018). Scientific Reports8(1).
  47. FROGS : Find, Rapidly, OTUs with Galaxy Solution. Escudié, F., Auer, L., Bernard, M., Mariadassou, M., Cauquil, L., Vidal, K., Maman, S., Hernandez-Raquet, G., Combes, S., & Pascal, G. (2017). Bioinformatics34(8), 1287‑1294.
  48. La recherche participative CiTIQUE. Frey-Klett, P., Brun-Jacob, A., Marchand, J., Boniface, P., Ortmans, C., Salvat, G., Armand, J. M., & Cosson, J. F. (2018). Revue Forestière Française2-3‑4, 205.
  49. Russulaceae : a new genomic dataset to study ecosystem function and evolutionary diversification of ectomycorrhizal fungi with their tree associates. Looney, B. P., Meidl, P., Piatek, M. J., Miettinen, O., Martin, F. M., Matheny, P. B., & Labbé, J. L. (2018). New Phytologist218(1), 54‑65.
  50. Transcriptomic response of Debaryomyces hansenii during mixed culture in a liquid model cheese medium with Yarrowia lipolytica. Malek, R., Bonnarme, P., Irlinger, F., Frey-Klett, P., Onésime, D., Aubert, J., Loux, V., & Beckerich, J. M. (2018). International Journal of Food Microbiology264, 53‑62.
  51. Cross-scale integration of mycorrhizal function. Martin, F. M., Harrison, M. J., Lennon, S., Lindahl, B., Öpik, M., Polle, A., Requena, N., & Selosse, M. A. (2018). New Phytologist220(4), 941‑946.
  52. Defense Compounds Rather Than Nutrient Availability Shape Aggressiveness Trait Variation Along a Leaf Maturity Gradient in a Biotrophic Plant Pathogen. Maupetit, A., Larbat, R., Pernaci, M., Andrieux, A., Guinet, C., Boutigny, A. L., Fabre, B., Frey, P., & Halkett, F. (2018). Frontiers in Plant Science9.
  53. Physico-chemical characterization of a milk-clotting fraction extracted from turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) proventriculus. Mekhaneg, B., Girardet, J. M., Humbert, G., Saulnier, F., Poirson, C., & Bellal, M. M. (2018). Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies48, 172‑178.
  54. Integrative visual omics of the white-rot fungus Polyporus brumalis exposes the biotechnological potential of its oxidative enzymes for delignifying raw plant biomass. Miyauchi, S., Rancon, A., Drula, E., Hage, H., Chaduli, D., Favel, A., Grisel, S., Henrissat, B., Herpoël-Gimbert, I., Ruiz-Dueñas, F. J., Chevret, D., Hainaut, M., Lin, J., Wang, M., Pangilinan, J., Lipzen, A., Lesage-Meessen, L., Navarro, D., Riley, R.,. . . Rosso, M. N. (2018). Biotechnology for Biofuels11(1).
  55. The involvement of calmodulin and protein kinases in the upstream of cytosolic and nucleic calcium signaling induced by hypoosmotic shock in tobacco cells. Nguyen, H. T. H., Bouteau, F., Mazars, C., Kuse, M., & Kawano, T. (2018). Plant Signaling & Behavior, 1‑7.
  56. Know your enemy, embrace your friend : using omics to understand how plants respond differently to pathogenic and mutualistic microorganisms. Plett, J. M., & Martin, F. M. (2018).  The Plant Journal93(4), 729‑746.
  57. Pourquoi et comment contrôler les maladies des arbres forestiers en pépinières (Synthèse de l’atelier). Robin, C., & Husson, C. (2018). Revue forestière française70(6), 683–690.
  58. Mycorrhizal microbiomes. Tarkka, M. T., Drigo, B., & Deveau, A. (2018). Mycorrhiza28(5‑6), 403‑409.
  59. The genomic tool-kit of the truffle Tuber melanosporum programmed cell death. Zarivi, O., Cesare, P., Poma, A. M., Colafarina, S., Bonfigli, A., Kohler, A., Aimola, P., Ragnelli, A. M., Pacioni, G., & Miranda, M. (2018). Cell Death Discovery4(1).