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Two articles shed light on the tomato's detection and response mechanisms to ethylene and ethanol

Two articles shed light on the tomato's detection and response mechanisms to ethylene and ethanol

The detection of ethylene and ethanol is important for the germination, growth and development of the plant. Two articles published in the journals...
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New breakthrough in understanding immune priming in Pacific oysters

New breakthrough in understanding immune priming in Pacific oysters

In an article published in May 2020, several researchers from the Host-Pathogen-Environment Interactions unit (UMR 5244 UPVD, CNRS, Ifremer, UM),...
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Plant symbiosis: three genes unite them all

Since plants started to live on lands 450 million years ago, they have evolved multiple beneficial symbiotic associations with their microbiota. In...
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In a new study published in Nature, a group of researchers including ornithologists, evolutionary biologists and mathematicians with participations...
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Reconstructing the evolution of traits in plant development studies

Reconstructing the evolution of traits in plant development studies

In a recent article published in December 2019 in Current Biology, researchers from the Plant Science Research Laboratory (LRSV - UMR University of...
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What defense do legume root nodules have against pathogens?

What defense do legume root nodules have against pathogens?

Legumes form root nodules that can contain a huge number of beneficial bacteria. Members of TULIP from the Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions...
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