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Archives 2011-2006

2011-2006 Publication List
2011 
  • Boulila L., Gallusci P., Holzer F., Basset G., Djebali W., Chaibi W. Walling L, Brouquisse R. (2011) Up-regulation of leucine aminopeptidase-A in cadmium treated tomato roots. Planta, 234: 857-863.
  • Boulila Zoghlami L., Djeballi W., Abbes Z., Hediji H., Maucourt M., Moing A., Brouquisse R., Chaibi W. (2011). Metabolite modifications in Solanum lycopersicum roots and leaves under cadmium stress. African Journal of Biotechnology, 10:567-579.
  • Del Giudice J, Cam Y, Damiani I, Fung-Chat F, Meilhoc E, Bruand C, Brouquisse R, Puppo A, and Boscari A. (2011) Nitric oxide is required for an optimal establishment of the Medicago truncatula - Sinorhizobium meliloti symbiosis. New Phytologist, 191: 405-417.
  • El Msehli S., Lambert A., Baldacci-Cresp F., Hopkins J., Boncompagni E., Smiti S.A., Hérouart D. and Frendo P. (2011) Crucial role of (homo)glutathione for nitrogen fixation in Medicago truncatula nodule. New Phytologist, 192: 496-506.
  • Haag AF, Balodan M, Sani M, Kerscher B, Pierre O, Longhi R, Boncompagni E, Herouart D, Staff E, Dall’angelo S, Kondorosi E, Zanda M, Mergaert P, and Ferguson GP (2011) Bacterial resistance to legume defensin peptides is essential for symbiosis. Plos Biology, Oct. 9 (10):e1001169. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001169.
  • Horchani F, Prévot M, Boscari A, Evangelisti E, Meilhoc E, Bruand C, Raymond P, Boncompagni E, Smiti S, Puppo A, Brouquisse R (2011) Both plant and bacterial nitrate reductases contribute to nitric oxide production in Medicago truncatula nitrogen-fixing nodules. Plant Physiology, 155: 1023-1036.
  • Meilhoc, E., Boscari, A. Bruand, C., Puppo, and A., Brouquisse, R. (2011) Nitric oxide in legume–rhizobium symbiosis. Plant Science, 181: 573-581.
  • Pauly N, Ferrari C, Andrio E, Marino D, Piardi S, Brouquisse R, Baudouin E, and Puppo A.(2011) MtNOA1/RIF1 modulates Medicago truncatula – Sinorhizobium meliloti nodule development without affecting its nitric oxide content. Journal of Experimental Botany, 62:939-948.

2010
  • Hediji H., Djebali W., Cabasson C., Maucourt M., Baldet P., Bertrand A., Boulila Zoghlami L., Rolin D., Brouquisse R., Chaibi W., Gallusci P. (2010). Effects of long term cadmium exposure on growth and metabolomic profile of tomato plants. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 73:1965-1974.
  • Horchani F., Hajri R., Khayati H., Brouquisse R., Aschi-Smiti S. (2010). Does the source of nitrogen affect the response of subterranean clover to prolonged root hypoxia ? Journal of plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 173:275-283.
  • Horchani F., Aschi-Smiti S., Brouquisse R. (2010). Involvement of nitrate reduction in the tolerance of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) plants to prolonged root hypoxia. Acta Physiol Plant. DOI 10.1007/s 11738-010-0503-0.
  • Horchani F., Stammitti-Bert L., Baldet P., Brouquisse R., Rolin D., Aschi-Smiti S, Raymond P., Gallusci. P. (2010) Effect of prolonged hypoxia on the antioxidant content of tomato fruit. Plant Science, 179:209-218.
  • Marino D, Andrio E, Danchin E G J, Oger E, Gucciardo S, Lambert A, Puppo A and Pauly N. A Medicago truncatula NADPH oxidase is involved in symbiotic nodule function. New Phytologist, 189: 580-592.
  • Nanda K.A., Andrio E., Marino D., Pauly N., Dunand C. (2010) Reactive oxygen species during plant-microorganism early interactions. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 52: 195-204.
  • Sagot B., Gaysinski M., Mehiri M., Guigonis JM, Le Rudulier D. et Alloing G. (2010) Osmotically induced synthesis of the dipeptide N-acetylglutaminylglutamine amide is mediated by a new pathway conserved among bacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107 (28) 12652-12657.

2009
  • Pucciariello C., Innocenti G., Van de Velde W., Lambert A., Hopkins J., Clément M., Ponchet M., Pauly N., Goormachtig S., Holsters M., Puppo A. and Frendo P. (2009) (Homo)glutathione deficiency modulates host gene expression during the symbiotic interaction between Medicago truncatula and Sinorhizobium meliloti. Plant Physiology, 1186-1196.
  • Chang C., Damiani I., Puppo A., Frendo P. (2009) Redox changes during the legume-Rhizobium symbiosis. Molecular Plant, 2: 370-377.
  • Boscari, A., Clement, M., Volkov, V., Golldack, D., Hybiak, J., Miller, A.J., Amtmann, A., and Fricke, W., 2009. Potassium channels in barley: cloning, functional characterization and expression analyses in relation to leaf growth and development. Plant Cell and Environment, 32: 1761-1777.
  • Gharbi, I., Ricard, B., Smiti, S., Bizid, E., and Brouquisse, R., 2009. Increased hexose transport in the roots of tomato plants submitted to prolonged hypoxiaPlanta, 230: 441-448.
  • Gu, Z.J., Wang, L., Le Rudulier, D., Zhang, B., and Yang, S.S., 2009. Erratum to: Characterization of the Glycine Betaine Biosynthetic Genes in the Moderately Halophilic Bacterium Halobacillus dabanensis D-8(T) (vol 57, pg 306, 2008). Current Microbiology, 59: 665-665.
  • Horchani, F., Khayati, H., Raymond, P., Brouquisse, R., and Aschi-Smiti, S., 2009. Contrasted Effects of Prolonged Root Hypoxia on Tomato Root and Fruit (Solanum lycopersicum) Metabolism. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 195: 313-318.
  • Volkov, V., Boscari, A., Clement, M., Miller, A.J., Amtmann, A., and Fricke, W., 2009. Electrophysiological characterization of pathways for K plus uptake into growing and non-growing leaf cells of barley. Plant Cell and Environment, 32: 1778-1790.
  • Polge C, Jaquinod M, Holzer F., Bourguignon J, Walling L., Brouquisse R (2009). Evidence for the existence in Arabidopsis thaliana of the proteasome proteolytic pathway - Activation in response to cadmium. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 248:35412-35424.

2008
  • Alkhalfioui, F., Renard, M., Frendo, P., Keichinger, C., Meyer, Y., Gelhaye, E., Hirasawa, M., Knaff, D.B., Ritzenthaler, C., and Montrichard, F., 2008. A novel type of thioredoxin dedicated to symbiosis in legumes. Plant Physiology (US), 148: 424-435.
  • Clément, M., Lambert, A., Hérouart, D., and Boncompagni, E., 2008. Identification of new up-regulated genes under drought stress in soybean nodules. Gene (NL), 426: 15-22.
  • Djebali, W., Gallusci, P., Polge, C., Boulila, L., Galtier, N., Raymond, P., Chaibi, W., and Brouquisse, R., 2008. Modifications in endopeptidase and 20S proteasome expression and activities in cadmium treated tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) plants. Planta (DE), 227: 625-639.
  • Ferrarini, A., De Stefano, M., Baudouin, E., Pucciariello, C., Polverari, A., Puppo, A., and Delledonne, M., 2008. Expression of Medicago truncatula genes responsive to nitric oxide in pathogenic and symbiotic conditions. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions (US), 21: 781-790.
  • Horchani, F., Aloui, A., Brouquisse, R., and Aschi-Smiti, S., 2008. Physiological responses of tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum) as affected by root hypoxia. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science (DE), 194: 297-303.
  • Mortain-Bertrand, A., Stammitti, L., Telef, N., Colardelle, P., Brouquisse, R., Rolin, D., and Gallusci, P., 2008. Effects of exogenous glucose on carotenoid accumulation in tomato leaves. Physiologia Plantarum (DK), 134: 246-256.
  • Oswald, C., Smits, S.H.J., Hoing, M., Sohn-Bosser, L., Dupont, L., Le Rudulier, D., Schmitt, L., and Bremer, E., 2008. Crystal Structures of the Choline/Acetylcholine Substrate-binding Protein ChoX from Sinorhizobium meliloti in the Liganded and Unliganded-Closed States. Journal of Biological Chemistry (US), 283: 32848-32859.

2007
  • Brouquisse R, Rolin D, Cortes S, Gaudillere M, Evrard E, Roby C (2007) A metabolic study of the regulation of proteolysis by sugars in maize root tips : effects of glycerol and dihydroxyacetone. Planta, 225:693-709
  • Innocenti G., Pucciariello C., Le Gleuher M., Hopkins J., de Stefano M., Delledonne M., Puppo A., Baudouin E., Frendo P. (2007) Glutathione synthesis is regulated by nitric oxide in Medicago truncatula roots. Planta, 225:1597-1602.
  • Jamet, A. ; Mandon, K. ; Puppo, A. ; Hérouart, D. (2007) H2O2 is required for optimal establishment of the Medicago sativa/Sinorhizobium meliloti symbiosis. Journal of Bacteriology. 187 (23) : 8741-8745. 
  • Marino, D. ; Frendo, P. ; Ladrera, R. ; Zabalza, A. ; Puppo, A. ; Arrese-Igor, C. ; Gonzalez, E.M. (2007) Nitrogen fixation control under drought stress. Localized or systemic?. Plant Physiology. 143 (4) : 1968-1974. 
  • Marino, D. ; Gonzalez, E.M. ; Frendo, P. ; Puppo, A. ; Arrese-Igor, C. (2007) NADPH recycling systems in oxidative stressed pea nodules: a key role for the NADPH+ -dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase. Planta. 225 (2) : 413-421.
  • Richardson, A. ; Boscari, A. ; Schreiber, L. ; Kerstiens, G. ; Jarvis, M. ; Herzyk, P. ; Frike, W. (2007) Cloning and expression analysis of candidate genes involved in wax deposition along the growing barley (Hordeum vulgare) leaf. Planta. 226 (6) : 1459-1473.
  • Gharbi I, Ricard B, Rolin D, Maucourt M, Andrieu M-H, Bizid E, Smiti S, Brouquisse R (2007) Effect of hexokinase activity on tomato root metabolism during prolonged hypoxia. Plant Cell Environment, 30 508-517

2006
  • Alahari, A., Le Rudulier, D. , Tripathi, A.K. (2006) Cloning and characterization of a fur homologue from Azospirillum brasilense Sp7. Current Microbiology. 52 (2) : 123-127.
  • Alloing, G. , Travers, I. , Sagot, B. , Le Rudulier, D. , Dupont, L. (2006) Proline betaine uptake in Sinorhizobium meliloti: Characterization of Prb, an Opp-like ABC transporter regulated by both proline betaine and salinity stress. Journal of Bacteriology. 188 (17) : 6308-6317.
  • Chowhury S.P., Nagarajan T., Tripathi R., Mishra M.N., Le Rudulier D., Tripathi A.K. (2006) Strain-specific salt tolerance and osmoregulatory mechanisms in Azospirillum brasilence. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 267: 72-79.
  • Baudouin, E. ; Pieuchot, L. ; Engler, G. ; Pauly, N. ; Puppo, A. (2006) Nitric oxide is formed in Medicago truncatula-Sinorhizobium meliloti functional nodules. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 19 (9) : 970-975.
  • Boscari, A. ; Van de Sype, G. ; Le Rudulier, D. ; Mandon, K. (2006) Overexpression of BetS, a Sinorhizobium meliloti high-affinity betaine transporter, in bacteroids from Medicago sativa nodules sustains nitrogen fixation during early salt stress adaptation. Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions. 19 (8) : 896-903.
  • Clément, M. ; Boncompagni, E. ; De Almeida Engler, J. ; Hérouart, D. (2006) Isolation of a novel nodulin: a molecular marker of osmotic stress in Glycine max/Bradyrhizobium japonicum nodule. Plant Cell and Environment. 29 (9) : 1841-1852.
  • Pauly, N. ; Pucciariello, C. ; Mandon, K. ; Innocenti, G. ; Jamet, A. ; Baudoin, E. ; Hérouart, D. ; Frendo, P. ; Puppo, A. (2006) Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and glutathione: key players in the legume - Rhizobium symbiosis. Journal of Experimental Botany. 57 (8) : 1769-1776.