Cocoa pods, Venezuela. Photo: C.Lanaud ©CIRAD
Arabica coffee, Ethiopia. Photo: ©Jean-Pierre Labouisse
Yams in Benin. Photo: J-L Pham ©IRD
Rice harvest, Guinea. Photo: J-L Pham ©IRD
Maize corn. Photo: ©Brigitte Gouesnard

Comparative population genomics

 Papers

  • David J, Holtz Y, Ranwez V, Santoni S,Gautier S, Ardisson M, Poux G, Choulet F, Genthon G, Roumet P, Tavaud-Pirra M. 2014. Genotyping by sequencing transcriptomes in an evolutionary pre-breeding durum wheat population Molecular Breeding , 34(4), 1531-1548
  • Glémin, S., Clément, Y., David, J., & Ressayre, A. 2014. GC content evolution in coding regions of angiosperm genomes: a unifying hypothesis. Trends in Genetics, 30(7), 263-270.
  • Nabholz, B., Sarah, G., Sabot, F., Ruiz, M., Adam, H., Nidelet, S., Ghesquière A, Santoni S, David J, Glémin, S. 2014. Transcriptome population genomics reveals severe bottleneck and domestication cost in the African rice (Oryza glaberrima). Molecular ecology, 23(9), 2210-2227.
  • Fischer, I., Dainat, J., Ranwez, V., Glémin, S., Dufayard, J. F., & Chantret, N. 2014. Impact of recurrent gene duplication on adaptation of plant genomes. BMC Plant Biology, 14(1), 151.
  • Ranwez V, Holtz Y, Sarah G., Ardisson M. , Santoni S., Glemin S, Tavaud-Pirra M and J. David. 2013. Disentangling homeologous contigs in tetraploid assembly: application to durum wheat. BMC Bioinformatics, 14(15), 1-11.
  • Gayral P, Melo-Ferreira J, Glémin S, Bierne N, Carneiro M, Nabholz B, Lourenco JM, Alves PC, Ballenghien M, Faivre N, Belkhir K, Cahais V, Loire E, Bernard A, and Galtier N. 2013. Reference-free population genomics from next- generation transcriptome data and the vertebrate– invertebrate gap  PLoS Genetics 9(4): e1003457. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1003457
  • Ronfort J, Glémin S. 2013. Mating system, Haldane’s sieve and the domestication process.  Evolution. 67(5): 1518–1526. doi:10.1111/evo.12025
  • Serres-Giardi L, Belkhir K, David J, and Glémin S. 2012. Patterns and evolution of nucleotide landscapes in seed plants.  Plant Cell 24:1379-1397. doi: 10.​1105/​tpc.​111.​093674
  • Ronfort J, Glémin S. 2013. Mating system, Haldane’s sieve and the domestication process.  Evolution. 67(5): 1518–1526. doi:10.1111/evo.12025

Papers using ARCAD data

  • Sim S-C, Durstewitz G, Plieske J, Wieseke R, Ganal MW, Van Deynze A., Hamilton P.J., Buell, C.R, Causse M*., Wijeratne S. &  D. M. Francis . 2012. Development of a large SNP genotyping array and generation of high-density genetic maps in tomato. PLoS ONE 7(7): e40563. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040563

Conferences and workshops

  • Fischer, I., Dainat, J., Ranwez, V., Glemin, S., Dufayard, J.-F., Chantret, N. Impact of recurrent gene duplication on adaptation of plant genomes; Ecological Genetics Group Meeting ; 14-16 Avril 2014 ; Newcastle ; UK
  • Tregear JW, Esbelin J, Adam H, Jouannic S, Richaud F, Sarah G, Sabot F. 2013. Analysis of small RNAs and their potential role in the regulation of inflorescence development in palms. XIIIème Colloque "European Network of Palm Scientists", Aarhus, Danemark, 10-12/5/2013.
  • Glémin S. 2013. The ARCAD project, an NGS window to the domestication and adaptation of plants. Workshop “Evolutionary Genomics and aquaculture“. 31 May 2013. Sète, France (Invited speaker).
  • Glémin S. 2013. Génomique des populations comparative du processus de domestication. Journée Biodiversité et Bioinformatique. 7 June 2013. Paris, France (Invited speaker)
  • Nabholz B, Sarah G, Ruiz E, Santoni S, Sabot F, David J & Glémin S. 2012. Population genomics in cultivated and wild populations of the African rice (O. glaberrima/O. barthii). Jacques Monod Conference “Theoretical and empirical advances in evolutionary genomics”, 31 March-4 April 2012, Roscoff, France. (Poster)
  • Glémin S.2012. Génomique des populations comparatives d’espèces cultivées et de leurs apparentées sauvages. Ecole Thématique Expert Génomique Environnementale, 23-27 April 2012. Aussois, France. (Invited speaker)
  • David J, Nabholz B & Glemin S. 2012. Domestication: old questions and new data , 4 June 2012, Workshop  Plant Science Student Conference, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Research, Gatersleben, Germany (invited speaker)

Posters

  • Fischer, I., Dainat, J., Dufayard, J.-F., Ranwez, S., Chantret, N. Selection positive chez les genes recemment dupliqués dans les genomes de plantes ; Looking for positive selection in recently duplicated genes in plant genomes. JOBIM 1-4 juillet 2013, Toulouse, France.
  • Fischer, I., Dufayard, J.-F., Ranwez, V., Chantret, N. (2012). Looking for positive selection in recently duplicated genes in plant genomes . Presented at Population Genetics Group “PopGroup”, 18-21 decembre 2012, Glasgow, Royaume Uni.
  • Clément Y, David J. and S. Glémin 2014 Population genomics in flowering plants reveal the major importance of GC-biased gene conversion in shaping neutral polymorphism and base composition. SMBE Puerto Rico June 8th -12 th 2014.

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