List of scientific publications

PubMed query “Marc Galland”

Peer-reviewed publications

Sarah L.R. Stevens, Mateusz Kuzak, Carlos Martinez, Aurelia Moser, Petra M. Bleeker, Marc Galland. (2018) Building a local community of practice in scientific programming for Life Scientists. PLOS Biology 16(11): e2005561.

Marc Galland, Dongli He, Imen Lounifi, Erwann Arc, Gilles Clément, Sandrine Balzergue, Stéphanie Huguet, Gwendal Cueff, Béatrice Godin, Fabienne Granier, Halima Morin, Joseph Tran, Benoît Valot and Loïc Rajjou (2017). An integrated “multi-omics” comparison of embryo and endosperm tissue-specific features and their impact on rice seed quality. Frontiers in Plant Science. In press. doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.01984

Matthieu Villegente, Philippe Marmey, Claudette Job, Marc Galland, Gwendal Cueff, Béatrice Godin, Loïc Rajjou, Thierry Balliau, Michel Zivy, Bruno Fogliani, Valérie Sarramegna-Burtet, Dominique Job (2017). The specific features of desiccation tolerance in seeds of the basal angiosperm Amborella trichopoda as revealed by a combination of histological, physiological and proteomic approaches. Proteomes 5:3. doi:10.3390/proteomes5030019

Marc Galland* Paula van Kleeff*, Rob Schuurink and Petra Bleeker (2016). Small RNAs from Bemisia tabaci are transferred to Solanum lycopersicum phloem during feeding. Frontiers in Plant Science 7:1759. *Co-authors

Marc Galland and Loïc Rajjou (2015). Regulation of mRNA translation controls seed germination and is critical for seedling vigor. Frontiers in Plant Science 6:284.

Marc Galland, Boutey-Mercey Stéphanie, Imen Lounifi, Béatrice Godin, Sandrine Balzergue, Olivier Grandjean, Halima Morin, Francois Perreau, Isabelle Debeaujon and Loïc Rajjou (2014). Compartmentation and Dynamics of Flavone Metabolism in Dry And Germinated Rice Seeds. Plant & Cell Physiology 55(9):1646-59.

Marc Galland, Romain Huguet, Erwann Arc, Gwendal Cueff, Dominique Job, Loïc Rajjou (2014). Dynamic Proteomics emphasizes the importance of selective mRNA translation and protein turnover during Arabidopsis seed germination. Molecular & Cell Proteomics 13(1):252-68. doi:10.1074/mcp.M113.032227

Erwann Arc, Marc Galland, Godin B, Cueff G, Rajjou L. (2013) Nitric oxide implication in the control of seed dormancy and germination. Frontiers in Plant Science. 4:346.

Marc Galland, Dominique Job and Loïc Rajjou (2012). The seed proteome web portal. Frontiers in Plant Science 3:98.

Marc Galland, Lydia Gamet, Fabrice Varoquaux, Brigitte Touraine, Bruno Touraine and Guilhem Desbrosses (2012). The ethylene pathway contributes to root hair elongation induced by the beneficial bacteria Phyllobacterium brassicacearum STM196. Plant Science 190:74-81.

Marc Galland*, Erwann Arc*, Gwendall Cueff, Béatrice Godin, Imen Lounifi, Dominique Job and Loïc Rajjou (2011). Reboot the system thanks to protein posttranslational modifications and proteome diversity: How quiescent seeds restart their metabolism to prepare seedling establishment. Proteomics 11(9):1606-18. *Co-authors.DOI:10.1002/pmic.201000641

Guilhem Debrosses, Céline Contesto, Fabrice Varoquaux, Marc Galland, Bruno Touraine (2009). PGPR-Arabidopsis interactions is a useful system to study signalling pathways involved in plant developmental control. Plant Signaling & Behavior 4(4):321-323. Link

Céline Contesto, Guilhem Desbrosses, Cécile Lefoulon, Gilles Béna, Florie Borel, Marc Galland, Lydia Gamet, Fabrice Varoquaux and Bruno Touraine (2008). Effects of rhizobacterial ACC deaminase activity on Arabidopsis indicate that ethylene mediates local root responses to plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria. Plant Science 175:178-189

Book Chapters

Marc Galland, Imen Lounifi, Gwendal Cueff, Aurélie Baldy, Halima Morin, Dominique Job and Loïc Rajjou L. (2011) A role for ”omics” technologies in exploration of the seed nutritional quality. In SEED DEVELOPMENT: OMICS Technologies toward Improvement of Seed Quality and Crop Yield. Eds. Agrawal GK & Rakwal R, Publisher Springer. Link