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URGI members are underlined in authors list. In the talks sections, names in bold are the speakers.

There are different types of publications, Papers with reading comittee (ACL), Papers in books (ACT), Invited talks (INV), Talks (COM), Posters (COM), Specialised Media and Press (SMP) and Thesis.

COM (communication)
21 Oct 2022 [hal-03815061] REPET evolutions: faster and easier

Transposable elements (TEs) are major players of structure and evolution of eukaryote genomes. Thanks ...
COM (communication)
12 Oct 2022 [hal-03807727] Population-scale long-read sequencing uncovers transposable elements associated with gene expression variation and adaptive signatures in Drosophila

Abstract High quality reference genomes are crucial to understanding genome function, structure and evolution. ...
COM (communication)
12 Oct 2022 [hal-03800325] Research Data Management Toolkit (RDMkit): guidelines for plant phenotyping data management and sharing

Efficient sharing of plant phenotyping data is a challenge that has been addressed during ...
COM (communication)
27 Sep 2022 [hal-03781940] Combined in vivo and in situ genome-resolved metagenomics reveals novel symbiotic nitrogen fixing interactions between non-cyanobacterial diazotrophs and microalgae

Abstract Non-cyanobacteria diazotrophs (NCDs) were shown to dominate in surface waters shifting the long-held ...
COM (communication)
29 Jul 2022 [hal-03740520] Capturing Wheat Phenotypes at the Genome Level

Recent technological advances in next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have dramatically reduced the cost of ...
COM (communication)
11 May 2022 [hal-03658789] Genome-Wide Screening of Transposable Elements in the Whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae), Revealed Insertions with Potential Insecticide Resistance Implications
Transposable elements (TEs) are genetically mobile units that move from one site to another within a genome. These units can mediate regulatory changes that can result in massive changes in genes expression. In fact, a precise identification of TEs can allow the detection of the mechanisms involving these elements in gene regulation and genome evolution. In the present study, a genome- wide analysis of the Hemipteran pest Bemisia tabaci was conducted using bioinformatics tools to identify, annotate and estimate the age of TEs, in addition to their insertion sites, within or near of the defensome genes involved in insecticide resistance. Overall, 1,292,393 TE copies were identified in the B. tabaci genome grouped into 4872 lineages. A total of 699 lineages were found to belong to Class I of TEs, 1348 belong to Class II, and 2825 were uncategorized and form the largest part of TEs (28.81%). The TE age estimation revealed that the oldest TEs invasion happened 14 million years ago (MYA) and the most recent occurred 0.2 MYA with the insertion of Class II TE elements. The analysis of TE insertion sites in defensome genes revealed 94 insertions. Six of these TE insertions were found within or near previously identified differentially expressed insecticide resistance genes. These insertions may have a potential role in the observed insecticide resistance in these pests.
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Update: 19 Nov 2010
Creation date: 01 Dec 2009