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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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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 17
Nicotiana attenuata's capacity to interact with arbuscular mycorrhiza alters its competitive ability and elicits major changes in the leaf transcriptome
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hnisimasu Nov 10
Single-molecule movie of DNA search and cleavage by CRISPR-Cas9.
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
First harvest of Périgord black truffle in the UK as a result of climate change
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
Loss‐of‐function of ASPARTIC PEPTIDASE NODULE‐INDUCED 1 (APN1) in Lotus japonicus restricts efficient nitrogen‐fixing symbiosis with specific Mesorhizobium loti strains
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
Is there foul play in the leaf pocket? The metagenome of floating fern Azolla reveals endophytes that do not fix N2 but may denitrify
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
Impact of two arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on Arundo donax L. response to salt stress
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
Genome-wide identification and characterization of GRAS transcription factors in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
mycorrhizal type governs root exudation and nitrogen uptake of temperate tree species
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 16
Trade, Diplomacy, and Warfare: The Quest for Elite Rhizobia Inoculant Strains
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Anna Fry Aug 2
Shaftal clover doing its job above and below the ground
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 15
Et France Inter en remet une couche... ca fait du bien de voir que les chroniqueurs scientifiques ne sont pas tyous comme ceux du Figaro. Bravo!
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 15
Trop bon comme il casse l'article de pseudo-sceince du Figaro... Good job!
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 15
Super d'avoir fait ca. C'est dingue qu'un article pareil ait ete publie dans un journal a grande audience.
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 15
Proteomic Network for Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Efficiency in Bradyrhizobium elkanii via
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Legume Laboratory Nov 14
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Ulrike Kuhl Nov 13
If reviewers are blind to the identity of authors, the number of papers published by women increases by as much as 30%! Dr Jo Handelsman at , refering to Budden et al., 2008.
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 14
I totally agree. I found this hilarious first but it's alarming that such an article can be published without a scientist checking the facts.
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Jean-Michel Ané Nov 14
Replying to @klmr
Je suis bien d'accord :-)
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Neil Gow Nov 12
It’s out! A dream team of over 150 authors, 54 chapters, > 1000 pages and arguably the best general text available on the fungi. Very happy to have been part of it. ASM Press: THE FUNGAL KINGDOM.
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