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2018 Research highlights

The cytoplasmic genomes of Oleaceae deliver their secrets

The cytoplasmic genomes of Oleaceae deliver their secrets

On 19 December 2017, Céline Van de Paer was supporting her thesis co-financed by the LabEx TULIP and the Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée...
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In search of the weak point of the infectious agent Ralstonia solanacearum

In search of the weak point of the infectious agent Ralstonia solanacearum

In an article published in January 29, 2018 in the Nature Communications journal, Rémi Peyraud, Ludovic Cottret, Lucas Marmiesse and Stéphane Genin...
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The genomes of 13 species of wild and cultivated rice revealed

The genomes of 13 species of wild and cultivated rice revealed: better conserve and harness the genetic diversity of one of the pillars of global food security

An international consortium of 16 partners, including the LGDP (UMR 5096 CNRS / UPVD) which recently joined the TULIP LabEx has published in Nature...
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A new mechanism for regulating gene expression in plants in response to stress?

A new mechanism for regulating gene expression in plants in response to stress?

Six researchers from the Genome and Plant Development Laboratory (UMR 5096 - CNRS / UPVD) which joined recently TULIP, show in an article published...
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Our ability to predict adaptation evolution is very limited in natural populations

Our ability to predict adaptation evolution is very limited in natural populations

Although there are many examples of contemporary natural selection, evidence for responses to selection corresponding to predictions is often lacking...
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The Toll pathway affects the sexual dimorphism of fly response to bacterial infection

The Toll pathway affects the sexual dimorphism of fly response to bacterial infection

In an article published in early 2018 in the journal BMC Biology, David Duneau from the EDB laboratory (UMR 5174 - CNRS/UPS/IRD) within TULIP in...
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Bringing out the simple generic properties of complex ecological communities

Bringing out the simple generic properties of complex ecological communities

Several researchers from the Station of Theoretical and Experimental Ecology (SETE - UMR 5321 - CNRS / UPS) of Moulis published in February 2018 an...
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Ten new plant genomes shed light on the evolution of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis

Ten new plant genomes shed light on the evolution of nitrogen-fixing symbiosis

Several researchers from the Plant Science Research Laboratory (LRSV - UMR 5546 CNRS / UPS), a constitutive unit of the TULIP LabEx, and 12 other...
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Resistance to Sclerotinia disease can take the same evolutionary course in diverse plant lineages

Resistance to Sclerotinia disease can take the same evolutionary course in diverse plant lineages

In an article published in the journal PLOS Genetics, Thomas Badet, Sylvain Raffaele and their team from the LIPM (UMR 2594/441 CRNS / INRA)...
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The relationships between microbiota and pathogens are very dynamic between seasons

The relationships between microbiota and pathogens are very dynamic between seasons

Researchers from the LIPM (UMR 2594/441 CNRS / INRA) have studied the in natura relationships between microbial communities and potential pathogens...
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