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Articles 2011

Articles published in 2011

Bourdon M., Coriton O., Pirrello J., Cheniclet C., Brown S.C., Poujol C., Chevalier C., Renaudin J.P. & Frangne N. (2011). In planta quantification of endoreduplication using fluorescent in situhybridization (FISH). Plant Journal, 66(6): 1089-1099. DOI

Bousset L., Brun H., Chèvre A.M. & Delourme R. (2011). Quel lien entre l’épidémiologie, la création variétale et le potentiel de durabilité des résistances ? Illustration chez le phoma du colza. Innovations Agronomiques, 15: 29-43. DOI

Chen S., Nelson M.N., Chèvre A.M., Jenczewski E., Li Z., Mason A.S., Meng J., Plummer J.A., Pradhan A., Siddique K.H.M., Snowdon R.J., Yan G., Zhou W. & Cowling W.A. (2011). Trigenomic Bridges for Brassica Improvement. Critical reviews in plant sciences, 30(6): 524-547. DOI

Enjalbert J., Dawson J.C., Paillard S., Rhone B., Rousselle Y., Thomas M. & Goldringer I. (2011). Dynamic management of crop diversity: From an experimental approach to on-farm conservation. Comptes rendus biologies, 334(5-6): 458-468. DOI

Książczyk T., Kovarik A., Eber F., Huteau V., Khaitova L., Tesarikova Z., Coriton O. & Chèvre A.M. (2011). Immediate unidirectional epigenetic reprogramming of NORs occurs independently of rDNA rearrangements in synthetic and natural forms of a polyploid species Brassica napus. Chromosoma, 120(6): 557-571. DOI

Mahe F., Pascual H., Coriton O., Huteau V., Perris A.N., Misset M.T. & Ainouche A. (2011). New data and phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic Old World lupin: Lupinus mariae-josephiH. Pascual. Genetic resources and crop evolution, 58(1): 101-114. DOI

Ourari M., Ainouche A., Coriton O., Huteau V., Brown S., Misset M.T., Ainouche M. & Amirouche R. (2011). Diversity and evolution of the Hordeum murinum polyploid complex in Algeria. Genome, 54(8): 639-654. DOI

Szadkowski E., Eber F., Huteau V., Lode M., Coriton O., Jenczewski E. & Chèvre A.M. (2011). Polyploid formation pathways have an impact on genetic rearrangements in resynthesized Brassica napus. New phytologist, 191(3): 884-894. DOI 

Wang J., Lydiate D.J., Parkin I.A.P., Falentin C., Delourme R., Carion P.W.C. & King G.J. (2011). Integration of linkage maps for the Amphidiploid Brassica napusand comparative mapping with Arabidopsis and Brassica rapa. Bmc genomics, 12. DOI

Wang X., Wang H., Wang J., Sun R., Wu J., Liu S., Bai Y., Mun J.-H., Bancroft I., Cheng F., Huang S., Li X., Hua W., Wang J., Wang X., Freeling M., Pires J.C., Paterson A.H., Chalhoub B., Wang B., Hayward A., Sharpe A.G., Park B.-S., Weisshaar B., Liu B., Li B., Liu B., Tong C., Song C., Duran C., Peng C., Geng C., Koh C., Lin C., Edwards D., Mu D., Shen D., Soumpourou E., Li F., Fraser F., Conant G., Lassalle G., King G.J., Bonnema G., Tang H., Wang H., Belcram H., Zhou H., Hirakawa H., Abe H., Guo H., Wang H., Jin H., Parkin I.A.P., Batley J., Kim J.-S., Just J., Li J., Xu J., Deng J., Kim J.A., Li J., Yu J., Meng J., Wang J., Min J., Poulain J., Hatakeyama K., Wu K., Wang L., Fang L., Trick M., Links M.G., Zhao M., Jin M., Ramchiary N., Drou N., Berkman P.J., Cai Q., Huang Q., Li R., Tabata S., Cheng S., Zhang S., Zhang S., Huang S., Sato S., Sun S., Kwon S.-J., Choi S.-R., Lee T.-H., Fan W., Zhao X., Tan X., Xu X., Wang Y., Qiu Y., Yin Y., Li Y., Du Y., Liao Y., Lim Y., Narusaka Y., Wang Y., Wang Z., Li Z., Wang Z., Xiong Z. & Zhang Z. (2011). The genome of the mesopolyploid crop species Brassica rapa. Nature Genetics, 43(10): 1035-1039. DOI