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Génétique Quantitative et Évolution - Le Moulon

GEvAD - Genomics, Evolution and Adaptation of Domesticated plants

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From the characterization of patterns of genomic diversity of domesticated plants and their wild relatives : we study the demographic and selective histories that have accompanied the emergence and diffusion of crops; we examine the dynamics of their genomes; we characterize the molecular bases of their adaptations and their biotic interactions; we investigate the consequences of interspecific hybridization at the origin of many allopolyploid crops; we study gene flow between wild and domestic forms both from an adaptive introgression and a reproductive isolation perspective. We use an integrative approach combining bioinformatics, molecular tools, phenotype measurements and statistical modeling. Professors of the team teach courses in evolution, population genetics and quantitative, plant genomics, plant breeding, biostatistics at AgroParisTech and Université Paris-Saclay.

Méthodologies

Emergence and diffusion of crops

Local adaptation - How to define adaptive syndromes? Which are the locus displaying footrpints of spatialy-varying selection? Are these loci associated to phenotypic, transcriptomic, epigenetic variation?
Pangenomics and adaptation - What are the molecular mechanisms at the origin of structural variants (transposable elements, presence-absence of genes/large genomic regions)? How do they evolve? What is their role in adaptive processes? What is the function of dispensable genes?
DNA Methylation and Adaptive Responses - What is the impact of environmental constraints on the methylome? Which regulatory pathways are involved? How do DNA methylation perturbations translate at the phenotype level? Response to divergent selection - What is the dynamic of the adaptive response in small populations submitted to artificial selection? How do gene networks respond to this selection? What is the link between network structure and phenotypic response?

Impact of human-mediated selection on biotic interactions

Local adaptation of pathogens to their hosts ("Projet ATIP Avenir") - What are the ecological factors and genomic bases driving local adaptation of a pest to its host?
Reproductive success of floral morphs - How does floral dimorphism impact plant-pollinator interactions, plant mating system and fitness?

Crosstalks between wild and domesticates

Genomic consequences of interspecific hybridization - What is molecular response to allopolyploidy (activation of transposable elements, gene and small non-coding RNA expression)? What is the impact of allopolyploidy-triggered structural variations on the repertoire of micro RNAs? Can we characterize the relationships between structural and functional changes?
Adaptive introgression between wild and cultivated forms - How did introgressions between forms shape their genomes? What is the genomic architecture of these introgressions? What is the contribution of TEs to genomic structure of species complex?
Reproductive isolation between wild and cultivated forms - What is the extent of reproductive barriers? What are the links between these barriers and the levels of historical, genomic, phenotypic divergence? What are their molecular determinants?


GEvAD is attached to the LabEx SPS, Sciences des Plantes de Saclay.

Members

  • Karine Alix Professor (AgroParisTech)
  • Kévin Baudry Postdoctoral Fellow (INRAE)
  • Xilong Chen Postdoc (CNRS)
  • Amandine Cornille Junior Investigator (CNRS)
  • Hélène Corti (INRAE)
  • Noémie Delprouve (INRAE)
  • Arnaud Desbiez-Piat PhD student (Université Paris-Saclay)
  • Maud Fagny Postdoctoral Fellow (INRAE)
  • Justine Floret (INRAE)
  • Pierre Gérard Assistant Professor (AgroParisTech)
  • Jehanne Hilairet (INRAE)
  • Johann Joets Engineer (INRAE)
  • Thomas Kaczmarek (INRAE)
  • Martine Le Guilloux (CNRS)
  • Jeanne Liger (INRAE)
  • Domenica Manicacci Assistant Professor (Université Paris-Saclay)
  • Maeva Mollion Postdoctoral fellow (INRAE)
  • Agnès Rousselet (INRAE)
  • Maud Tenaillon Research Director (CNRS)
  • Sergio Vasquez PhD Student (INRAE)
  • Anthony Venon (INRAE)
  • Clémentine Vitte Junior Investigator (CNRS)

Publications

Lorant A, Ross-Ibarra J, Tenaillon M, Dutheil JY. (2020) Genomics of Long- and Short-Term Adaptation in Maize and Teosintes. , 289-311
Aguirre‐Liguori JA, Gaut BS, Jaramillo‐Correa JP, Tenaillon MI, Montes‐Hernández S, García‐Oliva F, Hearne SJ, Eguiarte LE. (2019) Divergence with gene flow is driven by local adaptation to temperature and soil phosphorus concentration in teosinte subspecies (Zea mays parviglumis and Zea mays mexicana ). Mol Ecol, 11 (28) 2814-2830
Cornille A, Antolín F, Garcia E, Vernesi C, Fietta A, Brinkkemper O, Kirleis W, Schlumbaum A, Roldán-Ruiz I. (2019) A Multifaceted Overview of Apple Tree Domestication. Trends in Plant Science, 8 (24) 770-782
Courret C, Gérard PR, Ogereau D, Falque M, Moreau L, Montchamp-Moreau C. (2019) X-chromosome meiotic drive in Drosophila simulans: a QTL approach reveals the complex polygenic determinism of Paris drive suppression. Heredity, 6 (122) 906-915
Fustier MA, Martínez-Ainsworth NE, Aguirre-Liguori JA, Venon A, Corti H, Rousselet A, Dumas F, Dittberner H, Camarena MG, Grimanelli D, Ovaskainen O, Falque M, Moreau L, Meaux J, Montes-Hernández S, Eguiarte LE, Vigouroux Y, Manicacci D, Tenaillon MI. (2019) Common gardens in teosintes reveal the establishment of a syndrome of adaptation to altitude. PLOS Genetics, 12 (15) e1008512
Hartmann FE, Rodríguez de la Vega RC, Carpentier F, Gladieux P, Cornille A, Hood ME, Giraud T. (2019) Understanding Adaptation, Coevolution, Host Specialization, and Mating System in Castrating Anther-Smut Fungi by Combining Population and Comparative Genomics. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol., 1 (57) annurev-phyto-082718-095947
Liu S, Cornille A, Decroocq S, Tricon D, Chague A, Eyquard JP, Liu WS, Giraud T, Decroocq V. (2019) The complex evolutionary history of apricots: species divergence, gene flow and multiple domestication events. Mol Ecol, mec.15296
Mabire C, Duarte J, Darracq A, Pirani A, Rimbert H, Madur D, Combes V, Vitte C, Praud S, Rivière N, Joets J, Pichon JP, Nicolas SD. (2019) High throughput genotyping of structural variations in a complex plant genome using an original Affymetrix® axiom® array. BMC Genomics, 1 (20) 848
Martinez Palacios P, Jacquemot MP, Tapie M, Rousselet A, Diop M, Remoué C, Falque M, Lloyd A, Jenczewski E, Lassalle G, Chévre AM, Lelandais C, Crespi M, Brabant P, Joets J, Alix K. (2019) Assessing the Response of Small RNA Populations to Allopolyploidy Using Resynthesized Brassica napus Allotetraploids. Mol Biol Evol, 4 (36) 709-726
Peace CP, Bianco L, Troggio M, van de Weg E, Howard NP, Cornille A, Durel CE, Myles S, Migicovsky Z, Schaffer RJ, Costes E, Fazio G, Yamane H, van Nocker S, Gottschalk C, Costa F, Chagné D, Zhang X, Patocchi A, Gardiner SE, Hardner C, Kumar S, Laurens F, Bucher E, Main D, Jung S, Vanderzande S. (2019) Apple whole genome sequences: recent advances and new prospects. Hortic Res, 1 (6) 59
Scarcelli N, Cubry P, Akakpo R, Thuillet AC, Obidiegwu J, Baco MN, Otoo E, Sonké B, Dansi A, Djedatin G, Mariac C, Couderc M, Causse S, Alix K, Chaïr H, François O, Vigouroux Y. (2019) Yam genomics supports West Africa as a major cradle of crop domestication. Sci. Adv., 5 (5) eaaw1947
Tenaillon MI, Seddiki K, Mollion M, Guilloux ML, Marchadier E, Ressayre A, Dillmann C. (2019) Transcriptomic response to divergent selection for flowering times reveals convergence and key players of the underlying gene regulatory network. bioRxiv, 461947
Volk GM, Cornille A, Korban SS. (2019) Genetic Diversity and Domestication History in Pyrus. , 51-62
Darracq A, Vitte C, Nicolas S, Duarte J, Pichon JP, Mary-Huard T, Chevalier C, Bérard A, Le Paslier MC, Rogowsky P, Charcosset A, Joets J. (2018) Sequence analysis of European maize inbred line F2 provides new insights into molecular and chromosomal characteristics of presence/absence variants. BMC Genomics, 1 (19) 119
Brandenburg JT, Mary-Huard T, Rigaill G, Hearne SJ, Corti H, Joets J, Vitte C, Charcosset A, Nicolas SD, Tenaillon MI. (2017) Independent introductions and admixtures have contributed to adaptation of European maize and its American counterparts. PLOS Genetics, 3 (13) e1006666
Tenaillon MI, Manicacci D, Nicolas SD, Tardieu F, Welcker C. (2016) Testing the link between genome size and growth rate in maize. PeerJ, (4) e2408
Khobragade A, 2012-03-23 23/03/12, Combining linkage analysis and association genetics to finely map loci involved in maize grain production and maturation -- Cartographie fine de locus impliqués dans la production et la maturation du grain chez le maïs par une approche conjointe de linkage et de génétique d’association