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“Night at the museum”: filling the gaps in the history of emergence of important crop pathogenic bacteria using historical material – MUSEOBACT
In order to better control current diseases of plants and prevent future epidemics, it is crucial to [...] space and time. To date, essentially all studies on plant pathogens have focused on “contemporary” individuals [...] reconstruction of complete genomes from herbarium dried plant specimens, as this task has never been achieved
in plants, are under control of TOR (target of rapamycin)—a central controller of growth. Plant stem [...] building shoots. TOR is also controlled by the plant hormone auxin, suggesting a TOR-dependent function [...] emerging translation reinitiation mechanisms in plants that would help to understand these translation
tRNA epitranscriptome dynamics: molecular and phenotypic consequences on plant development and stress responses – Epi-tRNA
to internal and external cues is essential for plant development and acclimation, especially in harsh [...] harsh environmental conditions. Understanding how plants do this is essential to design the next generation [...] functional validations, to test the hypothesis that plant tRNA epitranscriptomic marks can vary between different
(physiology & genetics), plant-microbe interactions, nitrogen cycle and plant metabolomics to reach these [...] metabolites as marker to select canola lines cropping plants that reduce microbial N2O emission and to analyse [...] stimulating N2Oreducing bacteria in the environment by plant primary metabolites to minimize N2O emissions and
all the processes from production of pollen by plants to transport by the atmosphere. This model will [...] processes related to pollen emission including plant phenology and pollen production related to climate
health, and could be used as a reference for other plants of agronomic interest.
The DERMIC project aims to study the potential of new solvents from renewable resources, deep eutectic solvents, for the development of microalgae biorefinery schemes. The goal being the valorization of polar and apolar metabolites of 3 biomasses, by proposing in a reduced number of steps, a maximum of ready-to-use ingredients for the cosmetic industries.
mechanism in most eukaryotes, from fission yeast to plants and humans, and represents an integral step of [...] that silence endogenous mRNAs and strongly impact plant growth and development. The global objective of [...] part of the project will be performed in the model plant Arabidopsis, for which numerous genetic tools are
mRNA 3' end modifications by nucleotide addition: impact on translation and mRNA decay in Arabidopsis thaliana – 3'modRN
mRNA modifications and their modulation emerge as new potent regulatory processes of gene expression. The rationale of the 3' modRN project is to foster new knowledge on how mRNA modifications by nucleotide additions at 3' extremities participate in the control and reprogramming of gene expression in response to stress using Arabidopsis as a model system.