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Jean-Michel Ané
Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Researcher on plant - microbe symbioses. Husband. Dad of 5. Loves hiking, outdoors... Views are my own.
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Jean-Michel Ané May 17
Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses
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UW-Madison May 16
Stunning photos of “mothership” shelf clouds over campus this morning:
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Buée Marc May 15
The performances of 360 software and parameter combinations has been compared from an artificial fungal community composed of 189 strains (Ascomycota and Basidiomycota). Nice job !!!
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Jean-Michel Ané May 17
Mapping microbial symbioses in forests
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Jean-Michel Ané May 16
A plant perspective on nitrogen cycling in the rhizosphere 
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Jean-Michel Ané May 14
Replying to @jacquet_chris @iclgg
Thanks!
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Jean-Michel Ané May 14
Awesome progress on cowpea genetics and genomics with Jerome Verdier
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D von Wangenheim Apr 20
10th anniversary of "Fantastic Vesicle Traffic" As a master student (2009) I created this video to share my fascination with biology and microscopy. Thanks so much for all the positive feedback I received in the past ten years. Keep sharing !!
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Jerod McDaniel May 13
Finally got the last monitor installed
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Jean-Michel Ané May 14
Great talk on Lupin genetics from at
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Marian Lund May 10
Greatful to have worked with such great advisors during my PhD! Thank you for helping me get to this day
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Jean-Michel Ané May 11
I like this idea
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UW-Madison May 10
Streaming from the Kohl Center, we’re live for the 2019 Spring Commencement graduate degree ceremony.
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Jean-Michel Ané May 10
Awesome paper... Network-based microsynteny analysis identifies major differences and genomic outliers in mammalian and angiosperm genomes
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
Mesorhizobium huakuii HtpG Interaction with nsLTP AsE246 Is Required for Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
Independent Regulation of Symbiotic Nodulation by the SUNN Negative and CRA2 Positive Systemic Pathways
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
The Potassium Transporter SlHAK10 Is Involved in Mycorrhizal Potassium Uptake
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
Genome-informed Bradyrhizobium taxonomy: where to from here?
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
When the exception becomes the rule: An integrative approach to symbiosis
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Jean-Michel Ané May 9
Size matters: three methods for estimating nuclear size in mycorrhizal roots of Medicago truncatula by image analysis
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