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Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin

Laboratory presentation

The Jean-Pierre Bourgin Institute (IJPB) covers a very wide field of activity, ranging from fundamental works on the development and physiology of plants to finalized research. It is organized in five scientific poles: Dynamics and expression of plant genomes, plants adaptation to the environment, Cell Wall, Function and Uses, Reproduction and seeds, Morphogenesis, Signaling, modeling. They study the evolution and functioning of plant genomes, the response of plants to the constraints of their environment, various fundamental aspects of plant biology, from cell to plant, characterization of various molecules of plant origin (cellulose, Lignins, lipids) and their industrial uses. This work aims at the food and non-food use of plant products, within the framework of a sustainable agriculture. Its teams are strongly involved in the development of a green chemistry that aims to enhance the biomass of vegetable origin.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Leafamine®, a Free Amino Acid-Rich Biostimulant, Promotes Growth Performance of Deficit-Irrigated Lettuce Sylvie Citerne 07/01/22 International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Multi-Omics Approaches Unravel Specific Features of Embryo and Endosperm in Rice Seed Germination Benoit Valot 06/09/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Turning an essential respiratory gene into a cytoplasmic male-sterility factor Hakim Mireau 06/06/22 Molecular Plant
Expansion of the Strigolactone Profluorescent Probes Repertory: The Right Probe for the Right Application Guillaume Clavé, Arnaud Chevalier, Suzanne Daignan Fornier, François Didier Boyer 06/02/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
A Comparative Study of Maize and Miscanthus Regarding Cell-Wall Composition and Stem Anatomy for Conversion into Bioethanol and Polymer Composites Laurent Cézard, F. El Hage, Emilie Gineau, Yves Griveau, M. P. Jacquemont, Grégory Mouille, Catherine Lapierre, Frédéric Legée, Valérie Méchin, Mathieu C. Reymond 06/01/22 Bioenergy Research
Linkage Mapping of Biomass Production and Composition Traits in a Miscanthus sinensis Population Yves Griveau 06/01/22 Bioenergy Research
Estimation of Genetic Parameters of Biomass Production and Composition Traits in Miscanthus sinensis Using a Staggered-Start Design Yves Griveau 06/01/22 Bioenergy Research
Biomass for the Future: Miscanthus and Sorghum for New End-Uses in France Herman Höfte 06/01/22 Bioenergy Research
Natural variation in the long-distance transport of nutrients and photoassimilates in response to N availability Fabien Chardon, Federica De Marco, Anne Marmagne, Rozenn Le Hir, Françoise Vilaine, Catherine Bellini, Sylvie Dinant 06/01/22 Journal of Plant Physiology
Analysis of exocyst function in endodermis reveals its widespread contribution and specificity of action Kian Hématy 06/01/22 Plant Physiology
A cell wall-associated gene network shapes leaf boundary domains Nathalie Bouré, Alexis Peaucelle, Magali Goussot, Bernard Adroher, Nero Borrega, Eric Biot, Véronique Pautot, Patrick Laufs, Nicolas Arnaud 06/01/22 Development (Cambridge)
Masks Start to Drop: Suppressor of MAX2 1-Like Proteins Reveal Their Many Faces Ambre Guillory, Sandrine Bonhomme 05/12/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Effects of successive microwave and enzymatic treatments on the release of p-hydroxycinnamic acids from two types of grass biomass Valérie Méchin 05/01/22 Biochemical Engineering Journal
Proteome-wide and matrisome-specific atlas of the human ovary computes fertility biomarker candidates and open the way for precision oncofertility Kalina T. Haas, Alexis Peaucelle 05/01/22 Matrix Biology
A structural homologue of the plant receptor D14 mediates responses to strigolactones in the fungal phytopathogen Cryphonectria parasitica François Didier Boyer 05/01/22 New Phytologist
Meristem Initiation and de novo Stem Cell Formation Antoine Nicolas, Patrick Laufs 04/26/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
Custom methods to identify conserved genetic modules applied to novel transcriptomic data from Amborella trichopoda Nero Borrega, Bertrand Dubreucq 04/18/22 Journal of Experimental Botany
The Arabidopsis F-box protein FBW2 targets AGO1 for degradation to prevent spurious loading of illegitimate small RNA Nathalie Bouteiller, Hervé Vaucheret 04/12/22 Cell Reports
Corrigendum: Genotypic Variation of Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Amino Acid Metabolism in Barley (Front. Plant Sci., (2022), 12, 807798, 10.3389/fpls.2021.807798) Bérengère Decouard, Marlène Bailly, Martine Rigault, Anne Marmagne, Fabienne Soulay, Fabien Chardon, Céline Masclaux-Daubresse, Alia Dellagi 04/05/22 Frontiers in Plant Science
In-Depth Proteomic Analysis of the Secondary Dormancy Induction by Hypoxia or High Temperature in Barley Grains Gwendal Cueff, Loïc Rajjou 04/01/22 Plant and Cell Physiology

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)