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Key projects

Flagship projects, originally designed at the beginning of TULIP LabEx are exhaustively listed here, according to their home laboratory. This section also includes project leaders and research themes linked to each project.

To find out more about one of the projects, we invite you to download it (.pdf format) by clicking on the thumbnail.

• LIPM visit the website >>>

Vue microscope

Experimental evolution in symbiotic microorganisms and pathogens
Catherine MASSON, Alice GUIDOT
MTR 2,3

Racine

Recognition and signaling - symbioticreprogramming
Fernanda de CARVALHO-NIEBEL, Claire GOUGH
MTR 2

coupe de racine

Host reprogramming and effectors
Laurent DESLANDES, Laurent NOEL
MTR 2

Racine avec nodules

Genetic components of the response to abiotic stress
Nicolas LANGLADE, Claude BRUAND
MTR 1

Arabettes_CONTRASTED_VIGNETTE

The ecological genomics of adaptation in plant communities
Fabrice ROUX
MTR 2 MTR 4

• EDB visit the website >>>

Coccinelle sur fleur

Eco-evolutionary diversification of Natural Populations
Jérôme MURIENNE
MTR 1, 2, 3 et 4

Oiseaux

Processes of adaptation
Philipp HEEB
MTR 1, 2 et 3

Carte mondiale

Species distribution models and impact of global changes on species assemblages
Sébastien BROSSE
MTR 4

• LRSV visit the website >>>

Racine

Cell walls plants plasticity in response to environmental stress
E. JAMET, J. GRIMA-PETTENATI
MTR 1

eqp1

How plants distinguish friends and foes:Importance of crosstalk between signals of eukaryotic microorganisms and vegetable model of Medicago truncatula symbiosis and immunity
G.BECARD, B.DUMAS
MTR 2

Canal à ions

Calcium signal at the crossroad of biotic and abiotic stress responses
C.MAZARS, JP. GALAUD
MTR 1, 2 et 3

• LGDP visit the website >>>

chromatinLGDP

Epigenetic mechanisms and chromatin dynamics in response to abiotic stresses
Thierry Lagrange, Frédéric Pontvianne, Guillaume Moissiard
MTR 1

LGDP_Antonnelli_Vignette

Post-transcriptional and post-translational control of gene expression in response to abiotic stress in plants
C. Bousquet-Antonelli, JP Reicheld, J. Saez-Vasquez
MTR 1

riz_iomap

Biological impact of Transposable Elements
Olivier PANAUD, Sébastien GOURBIERE
MTR 1, 2 et 5

•IHPE visit the website >>>

IHPE_holsiticapproach

A holistic approach of host-pathogens interactions
Eve Toulza, Caroline Montagnani, Benjamin Gourbal, Guillaume Mitta
MTR 2, 3 et 4

IHPE_Onehealth

A One Health approach of host-pathogen interactions
Delphine Destoumieux-Garzón, Jérôme Boissier
MTR 2 et 3

IHPE_epigeneticsinecologyandevolution

Epigenetics and adaptive evolution
C. Grunau, C. Cosseau, J. Vidal-Dupiol, O. Rey
MTR 2, 3 et 5

•GBF visit the website >>>

Fleur

Epigenetic control of the fruit set process
Mohammed ZOUINE, Elie MASA
MTR1

Differentiation of fleshy tissues
Benoît VAN DER REST, Jean-Marc ROUTABOUL
MTR1

The role of hypoxia and oxygen sensing in fruit ripening                        
Julien PIRRELLO, Christian CHERVIN
MTR1

• SETE visit the website >>>

Protée

Phenotypic plasticity
Fabien AUBRET
MTR 1

Paysage enneigé

Global changes
Virginie STEVENS
MTR 1, 2, 3, 4 et 5

Poussin dans un nid

Evolution & cooperation
Alexis CHAINE
MTR 1 et 2