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Génétique Quantitative et Evolution - Le Moulon

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The UMR teams Quantitative Genetics and Evolution-Le Moulon produce research on the themes of genetic selection and on the study of biodiversity with the aim of genetic cultivated plants improvement.
The agronomic interests concern the improvement of the growth characteristics, the development, the adaptation and the plants nutritional qualities. This work is carried out notably through important partnerships with major seed companies but also within the framework of major projects (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center).

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
A combined test for feature selection on sparse metaproteomics data—an alternative to missing value imputation Mélisande Blein-Nicolas, Olivier Langella 06/24/22 PeerJ
Multi-Omics Approaches Unravel Specific Features of Embryo and Endosperm in Rice Seed Germination Benoit Valot 06/09/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Editorial: Applications and Methods in Genomic Networks Maud Fagny 06/08/22 Frontiers in Genetics
The relative role of plasticity and demographic history in Capsella bursa-pastoris: A common garden experiment in Asia and Europe Amandine Cornille 06/01/22 AoB PLANTS
Shift in beneficial interactions during crop evolution Maud I. Tenaillon 06/01/22 Evolutionary Applications
Severe imported malaria involving hyperparasitemia (≥ 10%) in non-immune children: Assessment of French practices Adela Enache-Angoulvant 05/01/22 Archives de Pediatrie
An online notebook resource for reproducible inference, analysis and publication of gene regulatory networks Maud Fagny 05/01/22 Nature Methods
Metal stresses modify soluble proteomes and toxin profiles in two Mediterranean strains of the distributed dinoflagellate Alexandrium pacificum Thierry Balliau 04/20/22 Science of the Total Environment
Evolution of enzyme levels in metabolic pathways: A theoretical approach. Part 1 Charlotte Coton, Grégoire Talbot, Maud Le Louarn, Christine Dillmann, Dominique de Vienne 04/07/22 Journal of Theoretical Biology
Mixture × Genotype Effects in Cereal/Legume Intercropping Jérôme Enjalbert 04/01/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Modern Metaproteomics: A Unique Tool to Characterize the Active Microbiome in Health and Diseases, and Pave the Road towards New Biomarkers—Example of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Flare-Ups Olivier Langella 04/01/22 Cells
The Nitrate Transporter MtNPF6.8 Is a Master Sensor of Nitrate Signal in the Primary Root Tip of Medicago truncatula Michel Zivy, Thierry Balliau 03/18/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Phenomic selection in wheat breeding: identification and optimisation of factors influencing prediction accuracy and comparison to genomic selection Pauline Robert, Renaud Rincent 03/01/22 Theoretical and Applied Genetics
From cultivar mixtures to allelic mixtures: opposite effects of allelic richness between genotypes and genotype richness in wheat Timothée Flutre 03/01/22 New Phytologist
Supply Chain Perspectives on Breeding for Legume–Cereal Intercrops Benedikt Haug 03/01/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Modeling Temperature-Dependent Development Rate in Insects and Implications of Experimental Design Judith Legrand 02/01/22 Environmental Entomology
Coronavirus Disease 2019-Associated Mucormycosis in France: A Rare but Deadly Complication Adela Enache-Angoulvant 02/01/22 Open Forum Infectious Diseases
A Review of the Developmental Processes and Selective Pressures Shaping Aperture Pattern in Angiosperms A. Ressayre 02/01/22 Plants
Are Methionine Sulfoxide-Containing Proteins Related to Seed Longevity? A Case Study of Arabidopsis thaliana Dry Mature Seeds Using Cyanogen Bromide Attack and Two-Dimensional-Diagonal Electrophoresis Benoit Valot 02/01/22 Plants
The Cell Wall Proteome of Marchantia polymorpha Reveals Specificities Compared to Those of Flowering Plants Thierry Balliau, Michel Zivy 01/13/22 Frontiers in Plant Science

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)