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Press release: “coping with soil salinity: Lessons from a wild rice species”

Climate change and sea level rise is increasingly affecting coastal regions of India. Intrusion of sea water into agricultural lands in coastal regions is increasing soil salinity (increasing soil sodium ion content), affecting agricultural productivity.

Root architecture and hydraulics converge for acclimation to changing water availability

Water, signaling and hydraulic architecture (Aqua) team

Role of the vacuolar transporter AtCLCa in cytosolic pH homeostasis

The development of an original live imaging workflow to simultaneously measure pH and anion dynamics in the cytosol reveals the importance of an Arabidopsis thaliana CLC, AtCLCa, in cytosolic pH homeostasis

HDR: Sandrine Ruffel

June 19, 2020 – Molecular characterization of systemic signaling related to heterogeneous nitrate availability, in Arabidopsis thaliana

IBIP seminar – Arthur POITOUT

Mar 12, 2020 – Leaf-to-leaf long-distance signaling in response to localized temperature changes in Arabidopsis thaliana

Post-doc Plant Physiology (M/W)

Post-doc Plant Physiology (M/W) 12 months – KaliPhruit team

White lupin: The genome of this legume has finally been sequenced

White lupin has a root system that is highly adapted for poor soils thanks to its proteoid or cluster roots, which allow it to extract phosphate from the soil very effectively. The mapping of its genome represents a major step toward understanding this mechanism.

The plastidial Arabidopsis thaliana NFU1 protein binds and delivers [4Fe-4S] clusters to specific client proteins

Some news on the iron–sulfur biogenesis and the role of NFU1 in this process. A manuscript in collaboration with Nicolas Rouhier’s team and issued from Mélanie’s PhD thesis (Roland et al., 2020 – J Biol Chem).