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Jean-Michel Ané
Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Researcher on plant - microbe symbioses. Dad of 5. Loves hiking, camping, outdoors... Views are my own.
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Australasian Mycological Society May 14
The love/hate relationship between many fungi and their host plants, well illustrated here by these two artists!
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Out of Water: The Origin and Early Diversification of Plant R-Genes
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Transcriptome analysis reveals class IX ethylene response factors show specific up-regulation in resistant but not susceptible Medicago truncatula lines following infection with Rhizoctonia solani
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Tree species with limited geographical ranges show extreme responses to ectomycorrhiza
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Impact of whole‐genome duplication events on diversification rates in angiosperms
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Triarabinosylation is required for nodulation‐suppressive CLE peptides to systemically inhibit nodulation in Pisum sativum
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Improvement of Lotus japonicus hairy root induction and development of a mycorrhizal symbiosis system
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Polyamines and flavonoids: key compounds in mycorrhizal colonization of improved and unimproved soybean genotypes
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
The responses of forest fine root biomass/necromass ratio to environmental factors depend on mycorrhizal type and latitudinal region l...
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
An improved method for Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated transformation of tomato suitable for the study of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Functional expression of an oxygen-labile nitrogenase in an oxygenic photosynthetic organism
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Stuart McDaniel May 12
Great time hanging out w at retreat thanks for coming out to visit
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Sebastian Schornack May 12
Please would someone use one of these readily available transgenic Arabidopsis with sub cellular fluorescent markers and a nurse plant with another color marker.
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Replying to @JeanMichelAne
The root in Figure 2C is severely damaged... no epidermis. Impossible to ascertain that this is an Arabidopsis root.
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Replying to @JeanMichelAne
How come the root of Arabidopsis with an arbuscule in Figure 2B has more than one cortical cell layer? I'm not convinced that this is an Arabidopsis root... Is that a root from the nurse plant instead?
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Jean-Michel Ané May 12
Non-mycorrhizal Plants: The Exceptions that Prove the Rule
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Lindsay Chamberlain May 8
is basically a superhero...can you lift this many times your body mass over your head?!?
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Jean-Michel Ané May 8
The Soybean GmNARK Affects ABA and Salt Responses in Transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana
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Jean-Michel Ané May 8
Evaluating the effect of increased rates of rhizobial inoculation on grain legume productivity
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UW-Madison CALS May 7
Congratulations to 's Shawn Kaeppler on being named President-Elect of the Crop Science Society of America!
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