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    • 12 PhD subjects proposed at IPS2!

      Each year the French government offers several hundreds of scholarships over three years for PhD students. These scholarships are allocated through a competition organized by Doctoral Schools.
      In 2019...



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      Spatial genome organization and gene co-regulation in Arabidopsis

      The regulation of gene expression during cell differentiation in eukaryotes is closely linked to covalent modifications of chromatin. Among these, post-translational modifications of histones influence...



    • Seminar 2021

      No seminar for the moment



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      The Seed Development Factors TT2 and MYB5 Regulate Heat Stress Response in Arabidopsis

      TT2 et Myb5: discovering of novels functions in heat stress resistance



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      PhD subjects at IPS2!

      Each year the French government offers several hundreds of scholarships to pay the salaries of PhD students during years. These scholarships are attributed through a concourse organized by the Doctoral...



    • Chinese New Year in IPS2

      The Chinese students and post-doctoral fellows of the institute organized a meal around typical dishes to celebrate together the Chinese New Year and the entry into the Year of the Pig.
      Guo nian hao !



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      At the crossroads of systemic pathways regulating symbiotic nodulation

      The Compact Root Architecture 2 (CRA2) pathway promotes root competence for nodulation through the miR2111 systemic effector
      Nitrogen-deprived legume plants form new root organs, the nodules, following...



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      An unexpected CLE peptide regulates symbiotic nodulation of legume plants

      An improved linkage disequilibrium-based statistical test used for Genome-Wide Epistatic Selection Scans allowed predicting a genetic interaction between a new CLE signaling peptide and the SUNN receptor...



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      A long noncoding RNA modulates the transcriptome by interacting with multiple core splicing factors

      Alternative splicing (AS) is a major source of transcriptome diversity. Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) have recently emerged as regulators of AS through different molecular mechanisms. In Arabidopsis thaliana...



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      MAPK activity in response to pathogen effectors : is the longer, the better ?

      In plants, MAPK (Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase) signaling pathways are central for adaptive responses to diverse abiotic and biotic stresses. MAPK roles are especially well documented in the context...



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      Happy New Year 2021

      Happy New Year



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      Connecting DNA repair and abiotic stress tolerance in plants

      DNA polymerase theta is required for post-replicative DNA repair, and developmental defects triggered by its deficiency are more frequent when plants are exposed to various stress conditions.



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      SPOmics Days June 28 and 29, 2021

      The IPS2 platform, SPOmics, organize on June 28 and 29 - 2021 a symposium dedicated to the approaches it develops: the SPOmics Days on plant transcriptomics, metabolomics, interactomics and Omics data...



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      Finally! A CLE peptide regulating symbiotic nodulation that is induced by nitrate in M. truncatula

      The nitrate-induced CLE35 signaling peptide inhibits nodulation through the SUNN receptor and miR2111 repression
      Legume plants form nitrogen (N)-fixing symbiotic nodules when mineral N is limiting in soils...



    • Role of WIP transcription factors in male flower formation


      An integrative genome-wide analysis reveals role of WIP transcription factors in male flower formation
      Flowers are the reproductive organs of angiosperms. The production of unisexual flowers and plants...