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2016 Research highlights

Biodiversity and ecosystem stability across scales in metacommunities

Biodiversity and ecosystem stability across scales in metacommunities

Although diversity–stability relationships have been extensively studied in local ecosystems, the global biodiversity crisis calls for an improved...
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TomExpress

TomExpress : a unified tomato RNA-seq platform for visualisation of expression data, clustering and correlation network

The TomExpress RNA-seq platform was developed to provide the tomato community with dedicated browser and tools for public RNA-Seq data handling,...
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Reprogramming of DNA methylation critical for nodule development

Reprogramming of DNA methylation is critical for nodule development in Medicago truncatula

The legume–Rhizobium symbiosis leads to the formation of a new organ, the root nodule, involving coordinated and massive induction of specific...
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How policy makers and ecologists can develop a more constructive dialogue to save the planet

How policy makers and ecologists can develop a more constructive dialogue to save the planet

An international consensus asks for human environmental impacts be 'maintained', conserved' and 'safeguarded' within “safe ecological limits”. A...
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6th International Bacterial Wilt Symposium, 3rd-7th July 2016

6th International Bacterial Wilt Symposium, 3rd-7th July 2016

The 6th edition of the International Bacterial Wilt Symposium was organized by LIPM members from 3 till 7 July this year. A unique occasion of...
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MycoDB

MycoDB, a global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi

Plants form belowground associations with mycorrhizal fungi in one of the most common symbioses on Earth. However, few large-scale generalizations...
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The Symbiosis-Related ERN Transcription Factors Coordinate Rhizobial Host Root Infection

The Symbiosis-Related ERN Transcription Factors Act in concert to Coordinate Rhizobial Host Root Infection

Two papers revealing the key roles that ERN1/ERN2 play at the very earliest stages of root nodule development.
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TomGEM : European Union founds research on tomato

TomGEM : European Union founds research on tomato

Carried by a TULIP community member, the TomGEM project is supported at the level of 5.6 M€ by the European Commission. It aims at designing new...
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A start-up giving a boost to research within TULIP !

A start-up giving a boost to research within TULIP !

Taking the opportunity of the launch of MicroPEP Technologies start-up, interview with two of the three founders of the company, Jean-Philippe...
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Towards a mechanistic approach of the adaptive response to climate changes

Towards a mechanistic approach of the adaptive response to climate changes

Understanding how organisms cope with environmental change in general and in particular global change is a major scientific challenge. The molecular...
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