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Carbone, Allocation, Transport, Signalisation

Publications IJPB (2006-présent) [25]
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Aubry E, Hoffmann B, Vilaine F, Gilard F, Klemens PAW, Guérard F, Gakière B, Neuhaus HE, Bellini C, Dinant S, Le Hir R (2022). A vacuolar hexose transport is required for xylem development in the inflorescence stem. Plant Physiol, 188(2):1229-1247. PubMed | DOI
Lu J, Le Hir R, Gómez-Páez DM, Coen O, Péchoux C, Jasinski S, Magnani E (2021). The nucellus: between cell elimination and sugar transport. Plant Physiol, 185(2):478-490. PubMed | DOI
Marco F, Batailler B, Thorpe MR, Razan F, Le Hir R, Vilaine F, Bouchereau A, Martin-Magniette ML, Eveillard S, Dinant S (2021). Involvement of SUT1 and SUT2 Sugar Transporters in the Impairment of Sugar Transport and Changes in Phloem Exudate Contents in Phytoplasma-Infected Plants. Int J Mol Sci, 22(2):745. PubMed | DOI
Valifard M, Le Hir R, Müller J, Scheuring D, Neuhaus HE, Pommerrenig B (2021). Vacuolar fructose transporter SWEET17 is critical for root development and drought tolerance. Plant Physiol, 187(4):2716-2730. PubMed | DOI
Desrut A, Moumen B, Thibault F, Le Hir R, Coutos-Thévenot P, Vriet C (2020). Beneficial rhizobacteria Pseudomonas simiae WCS417 induce major transcriptional changes in plant sugar transport. J Exp Bot, 71(22):7301-7315. PubMed | DOI
Lakehal A, Chaabouni S, Cavel E, Le Hir R, Ranjan A, Raneshan Z, Novák O, Pacurar DI, Perrone I, Jobert F, Gutierrez L, Bako L, Bellini C (2019). A Molecular Framework for the Control of Adventitious Rooting by the TIR1/AFB2-Aux/IAA-Dependent Auxin Signaling in Arabidopsis. Mol Plant, . PubMed | DOI
Cayla T, Batailler B, Le Hir R, Revers F, Anstead JA, Thompson GA, Grandjean O, Dinant S (2015). Live imaging of companion cells and sieve elements in Arabidopsis leaves. PLoS One, 10:e0118122. PubMed | DOI
Le Hir R, Sorin C, Chakraborti D, Moritz T, Schaller H, Tellier F, Robert S, Morin H, Bako L, Bellini C (2013). ABCG9, ABCG11 and ABCG14 ABC transporters are required for vascular development in Arabidopsis. Plant J, 76:811-824. PubMed | DOI
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