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Decoding the genome of Eucalyptus grandis, the most widely planted hardwood in the world

© J.Grima-Petenatti
Native from Australia, the genus Eucalyptus encompasses more than 700 species. With 20 million hectares of industrial plantations, Eucalyptus (mainly E. grandis and E. globulus species) are the most planted hardwoods in the world mainly for the production of pulp and paper. With the increasing need for renewable energy to the replace fossil resources in a sustainable way, the use of Eucalyptus lignocellulosic biomass is an attractive alternative for the production of second generation biofuels.

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  • Contact  :

J. Grima-Pettenati / Tel.: +33 5 34 32 38 13

  • Publications références :
  1. Myburg A., D Grattapaglia, G Tuskan, U Hellsten, R Hayes, J Grimwood, J Jenkins, E Lindquist, H Tice, D Bauer, D Goodstein, I Dubchak, A Poliakov, E Mizrachi, A Kullan, I Van Jaarsveld, S Hussey, D Pinard, O Silva-Junior, R Togawa, M Pappas, D Faria, C Sansaloni, C Petroli, X Yang, P Ranjan, T Tschaplinski, C Ye, Ting Li, L Sterck, K Vanneste, F Murat, M Soler, H Clemente, N Saidi, H Cassan-Wang, C Dunand, C Hefer, E Bornberg-Bauer, A Kersting, K Vinnig, VAmarasinghe, Martin Ranik, S Naithani, J Elser, A Boyd, A Liston, J Spatafora, P Dharmawardhana, R Raja, C Sullivan, E Romanel, A Alves-Ferreira, C Külheim, W Foley, V Carocha, J Paiva, D Kudrna, S Brommonschenkel, G Pasquali, M Byrne, P Rigault, J Tibbits, A Spokevicius, R Jones, D Steane, R Vaillancourt, B Potts, K Barry, G Pappas Jr, S Strauss, P Jaiswal, J Grima-Pettenati, J Salse, Y Van de Peer, D Rokhsar, J Schmutz, Karen Van der Merwe, P Singh, and F Joubert The genome of Eucalyptus grandis - a global tree for fiber and energy" Nature  510: 356-362
  2. Soler M, Camargo ELO, Carocha V, Cassan-Wang H,San Clemente H, Savelli B, Hefer CA, Paiva JP; Myburg AA, Grima-Pettenati J. (2014). The Eucalyptus grandis R2R3-MYB transcription factor family: evidence for woody growth related evolution and function. New Phytol (in press).
  3. Yu H, Soler M, Mila I, San Clemente H, Dunand C, Paiva JP, Myburg AA, Bouzayen M, Grima-Pettenati J, Cassan-Wang H. (2014). Genome-wide characterization and expression profiling of the AUXIN RESPONSE FACTOR (ARF) gene family in Eucalyptus grandis. Plos One (in press).
  4. Hussey S.G., Saïdi M.N., Hefer C.A., Myburg A.A. and  Grima-Pettenati  J. (2014) Structural, evolutionary and functional analysis of the NAC domain protein family in Eucalyptus. New Phytol (in press).
  5. Yu H, Soler M, San Clemente H, Mila I, Paiva JP, Myburg AA, Bouzayen M, Grima-Pettenati J, Cassan-Wang H. (2014). Comprehensive Genome-wide analysis of the AUX/IAA gene family in Eucalyptus. Evidence for the role of EgrIAA4 in wood formation PCP (in press).
  6. Carocha V, Soler M, Hefer CA, , Cassan-Wang H, Fevereiro P, Myburg AA, Paiva JP, Grima-Pettenati J. (2014). Genome-wide analysis of the lignin toolbox of Eucalyptus grandis. New Phytol (in press).
  7. Cao PB and Azar S, San Clemente H, Mounet F, Dunand C, Marque G, Marque C and Teulieres C. Genome-wide analysis of the AP2/ERF family in Eucalyptus grandis: an intriguing over-representation of stress-responsive DREB1/CBF. PLoS One (in press)