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2017 Research highlights

Temperature-size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients

Temperature-size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients

One of the main effects of global warming is to reduce the size of cold-blooded organisms such as insects, fish and bacteria. The ecological...
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Recruitment of a Lineage-Specific Virulence Regulatory Pathway

Recruitment of a Lineage-Specific Virulence Regulatory Pathway Promotes Intracellular Infection by a Plant Pathogen Experimentally Evolved into a Legume Symbiont

In an article recently published in the Molecular Biology & Evolution journal, Delphine Capela ( “Symbiotic functions, genome and evolution of...
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Different genetic strategies within a population to adapt to climate change

Different genetic strategies within a population to adapt to climate change

In a recent article published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, Fabrice Roux' team has identified a new form of genetic architecture allowing a rapid...
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Strong evidence to support shift in the position of sponges in animal classification

Strong evidence to support shift in the position of sponges in animal classification

The position of sponges and Ctenophores in the tree of life poses a major problem in understanding the evolution of animals in recent years. A new...
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Feedback on the international Molecular Mycorrhiza Meeting (iMMM 2017)

Feedback on the international Molecular Mycorrhiza Meeting (iMMM 2017)

Members of the LIPM and the LRSV successfully organized the third edition of the international molecular mycorrhiza meeting, sponsored by TULIP, on...
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How to manage human actions that harm biodiversity?

How to manage human actions that harm biodiversity?

In a recent article in Trends in Ecology & Evolution, Ian Donohue, Stuart Pimm and José Montoya from the SETE criticize the notion of a planetary...
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Confocal microscopy reveals protein-nucleic acid interactions in plants

Confocal microscopy reveals protein-nucleic acid interactions in plants

A collaboration between the Tri-Genotoul imaging platform and two laboratories part of TULIP, LRSV and LIPM, allowed to establish a method for...
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Understanding the variation of the response to an infection

Understanding the variation of the response to an infection

In an eLife article published on October 12, 2017, David Duneau (EDB) and Jean-Baptiste Ferdy (EDB) studied why genetically identical individuals...
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Spatio-temporal control of mutualism in legumes helps spread symbiotic nitrogen fixation

Spatio-temporal control of mutualism in legumes helps spread symbiotic nitrogen fixation

The experimental study and the modeling of the symbiotic bacterial population dynamics of legumes conducted by members of the LIPM and published on...
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