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2018 Research highlights

Among golden-crowned sparrows, a false crown only fools strangers

Among golden-crowned sparrows, a false crown only fools strangers

Researchers from the Station for Theoretical and Experimental Ecology (CNRS - UMR 5321) and from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology...
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iMEAN, the startup emerging from TULIP that virtually rebuilds living organisms

iMEAN, the startup emerging from TULIP that virtually rebuilds living organisms

Founded by two young researchers from the TULIP community - Lucas Marmiesse (CTO) and Rémi Peyraud (CEO) - the iMEAN start-up was born on September...
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The spatial scaling of species interaction networks

The spatial scaling of species interaction networks

Interactions among species vary through space and time generating changes in ecological network structure as the scale of observation changes. This...
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A new method to describe the genomic landscape of interactions between different species

A new method to describe the genomic landscape of interactions between different species

In a recent article published in the PNAS journal, researchers from the LIPM (UMR CNRS/INRA) and the University of Chicago present a new method -...
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The XND1 gene controls the ability of Arabidopsis to respond to environmental stress

The XND1 gene controls the ability of Arabidopsis to respond to environmental stress

Resulting from a collaboration between the BPMP Montpellier laboratory (UMR CNRS/INRA/SupAgro/Univ Montpellier) and researchers of the LIPM (UMR...
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Two missing plant genomes enrich the coverage of the green lineage

Two missing plant genomes enrich the coverage of the green lineage

Two LRSV (UMR CNRS/UPS) researchers contributed to the publication in July 2018 of two articles in Nature Plants and Cell reporting two long-awaited...
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A New Frontiers project shows that fruit fly is able to culturally convey sexual preferences

A New Frontiers project shows that the tiny fruit fly is able to culturally convey sexual preferences

An interdisciplinary consortium led by TULIP researchers shows that the tiny fruit fly (or Drosophila melanogaster) has the cognitive abilities to...
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Intercellular communication regulates the formation of nitrogen-fixing nodules

Intercellular communication regulates the formation of nitrogen-fixing nodules

In an article published November 8, 2018 in the journal Current Biology, researchers from the LIPM (UMR CNRS / INRA) and the University of Leeds (UK)...
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Can we generalize the determinants of dispersal across species?

Can we generalize the determinants of dispersal across species?

Individuals disperse according to the resources and constraints of their current habitat patch. In turns, dispersal movements affect the local and...
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Whole-genome landscape of Medicago truncatula symbiotic genes

Whole-genome landscape of Medicago truncatula symbiotic genes

In an article published at the end of 2018 in Nature Plants, the researchers of a consortium involving the LIPM, GBF (Toulouse, TULIP) and IPS2...
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