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Prof. dr. Marc-André Selosse
Prof. dr. Marc-André Selosse
Pracownia: Taksonomii Roślin
Stanowisko: profesor wizytujący
Konsultacje: tylko poprzez e-mail
Zainteresowania: Studia biologiczne ukończył na Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, a stopień doktora w Université Paris Sud (Orsay) w 1998 roku, poczym został zatrudniony jako wizytujący profesor Uniwersytetu Paris VI, i jednocześnie jako profesor Uniwersytetu w Montpellier. W roku 2012 został zatrudniony w Muzeum Historii Naturalniej w Paryżu, które to muzeum zostało ufundowane jako część Królewskich ogrodów Botanicznych w roku 1653 dla prowadzenia badań naukowych i wykładania nauk przyrodniczych. Autor lub współautor ponad 100 oryginalnych artykułów naukowych i podręczników głownie z zakresu szeroko rozumianej symbiozy. Główne zainteresowania naukowe Marc-André Selosse dotyczą zagadnień związanych z mikoryzą, także wśród storczykowatych. W raz z zespołem badania swoje koncentruje na roli zróżnicowanych populacji grzybów w układach mikoryzowych. Zajmuje się również fizjologią mikoheterotroficznych, bezzieleniowych roślin. Marc-André Selosse jest wykładowcą z zakresu biologii oddziaływań głownie symbiozy, ewolucji i ekologii roślin. Interesuje się także dydaktyką akademicką, szkoleniem nauczycieli i popularyzacją nauki. Prezydent Société botanique de France oraz redaktor czasopism naukowych: “New Phytologist, Symbiosis” i “Acta Botanica Gallica”. Jego publikacje naukowe są dostępne pod adresem http://isyeb.mnhn.fr/Articles-de-recherche . W roku 2014 został profesorem wizytującym na Wydziale Biologii Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego.

Publikacje:
100. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, 2014. Do chlorophyllous orchids heterotrophically use mycorrhizal fungal carbon ? Trends in Plant Sciences, in press.
99. M.-A. SELOSSE, A. BESSIS, M.-J. POZO, 2014. Microbial priming of plant and animal immunity : symbionts as developmental signals. Trends in Microbiology, in press.
98. C. Gonneau, J. Jersáková, E. de Tredern, I. Till-Bottraud, K. Saarinen, M. Sauve, M. Roy, T. Hájek, M.-A. Selosse, 2014. Photosynthesis in perennial mixotrophic Epipactis spp. (Orchidaceae) contributes more to shoot and fruit biomass than to hypogeous survival. Journal of Ecology 102 : 1183–1194. (PDF)
97. A. Bellino, D. Baldantoni, M.-A. Selosse, R. Guerrieri, M. Borghetti, A. Alfani, 2014. Photosynthesis regulation in mixotrophic plants : new insights from Limodorum abortivum. Oecologia 175 : 875-885. (PDF)
96. M.-A. Selosse, 2014. The latest news from biological interactions in orchids : in love, head to toe. New Phytologist 202 : 337–340. (PDF)
95. A.E. Bennett, T.J. Daniell, M. Öpik, J. Davison, M. Moora, M. Zobel, M.-A. Selosse, D. Evans, 2013. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal networks vary throughout the growing season and between successional stages. Plos ONE 8 : e83241. (PDF)
94. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 2013. Mycorrhizae and the New Phytologist : une vraie histoire d’amour. New Phytologist, 200 : 587–589 (PDF)
93. E. DODINET, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Editorial 2013. Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters, 160 : 1–2 (PDF)
92. V. VELDRE, K. ABARENKOV, M. BAHRAM, F. MARTOS, M.-A. SELOSSE, H. TAMM, U. KÕLJALG, L. TEDERSOO, 2013. Evolution of nutritional modes of Ceratobasidiaceae (Cantharellales, Basidiomycota) as revealed from publicly available ITS sequences. Fungal Ecology, 6 : 256–268 (PDF)
91. M.-A. SELOSSE, E. TASCHEN, T. GIRAUD, 2013. Do black truffles avoid sexual harassment by linking mating type and vegetative incompatibility ? New Phytologist, 199 : 10–13 (PDF)
90. R. MARMEISSE, U. NEHLS, M. ÖPIK, M.-A. SELOSSE, A. PRINGLE, 2013. Bridging mycorrhizal genomics, metagenomics and forest ecology, New Phytologist, accepted 198 : 343-346 (PDF)
89. F. OBERWINKLER, K. RIESS, R. BAUER, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. WEISS, S. GARNICA, A. ZUCCARO, 2013. Enigmatic Sebacinales. Mycological Progress, accepted 12 : 1-27 (PDF)
88. M. ROY, C. GONNEAU, A. ROCHETEAU, D. BERVEILLER, B. SCHATZ, J.-C. THOMAS, C. DAMESIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Why do mixotrophic plants stay green ? A comparison between green orchid individuals in situ. Ecological Monographs, in press 83 : 95-117 (PDF)
87. S. PEROTTO, P. ANGELINI, V. BIANCIOTTO, P. BONFANTE, M. GIRLANDA, D. ISOLA, T. KULL, A. MELLO, S. ONOFRI, L. PECORARO, C. PERINI, A.M. PERSIANI, A. SAITTA, S. SARROCCO, L. SELBMANN, G. VANNACCI, R. VENANZONI, G. VENTURELLA, L. ZUCCONI, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Interactions of fungi with other organisms. Plant Biosystems, in press 147 : 208-218 (PDF)
86. J.W.D. DEARNALEY, F. MARTOS, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2013. Orchid mycorrhizas : molecular ecology, physiology, evolution and conservation aspects, in B. Hock (ed.) The Mycota 9 (Fungal associations) : 207-230 (PDF)
85. S. MIN, Z. CHANG-QIN, M. YONG-PENG, S. WELTI, P.-A. MOREAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Mycorrhizal features and fungal partners of four mycoheterotrophic Monotropoideae species from Yunnan, China. Symbiosis 57 : 1–13 (PDF)
84. Y. MATSUDA, S. SHIMIZU, M. MORI, S.-I. ITO, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Seasonal and environmental changes of mycorrhizal associations and heterotrophy levels in mixotrophic Pyrola japonica (Ericaceae) growing under different light environments. American Journal of Botany 99 : 1177-1188 (PDF)
83. E. DODINET, M.-A. SELOSSE, A. ARTIGE, B. DE FOUCAULT, 2012. Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters, entre continuité historique et renouvellement / Acta Botanica Gallica : Botany Letters, historical continuity and renewal. Acta Botanica Gallica. Botany Letters 159 : 1-3 (PDF)
82. Y. HASHIMOTO, S. FUKUKAWA, A. KUNISHI, H. SUGA, F. RICHARD, M. SAUVE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Mycoheterotrophic germination of Pyrola asarifolia dust seeds reveals convergences with germination in orchids. New Phytologist 195 : 620–630 (PDF)
81. F. MARTOS, F. MUNOZ, T. PAILLER, I. KOTTKE, C. GONNEAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. The role of epiphytism in architecture and evolutionary constraint within mycorrhizal networks of tropical orchids. Molecular Ecology 21 : 5098-5109 (PDF)
80. T. MALINOVA, M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, J. JERSAKOVA, 2012. Symbiotic germination capability of four epipactis species (orchidaceae) is broader than expected from adult ecology. American journal of botany, 99 : 1020–1032
79. L. VINCENOT, K. NARA K., C. STHULTZ, J. LABBE, M.-P. DUBOIS, L. TEDERSOO, F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2012. Extensive gene flow over Europe and possible speciation over Eurasia in the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina complex. Molecular Ecology, 21 : 281-299 (PDF)
78. M.-A. SELOSSE, B. BOULLARD, D. RICHARDSON, 2011. Noël Bernard (1874-1911) : orchids to symbiosis in a dozen years, one century ago. Symbiosis, 54 : 64-68 (PDF)
77. T. YAGAME, T. ORIHARA, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. YAMATO, K. IWASE, 2011. Mixotrophy of Platanthera minor, an orchid associated with ectomycorrhiza-forming Ceratobasidiaceae fungi. New Phytologist, 193 : 178–187 (PDF)
76. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. ROUSSET, 2011. The plant-fungal marketplace. Science , 333 : : 828-829. (PDF)
75. P.-E. COURTY, F. WALDER, T. BOLLER, K. INEICHEN, A. WIEMKEN, M.-A. SELOSSE 2011. C and N metabolism in mycorrhizal networks and mycoheterotrophic plants of tropical forests : a stable isotope analysis. Plant Physiology , 156 : 952-961. (PDF)
74. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2011. Morts d’amour : mitochondria are bacteria that sometimes become extinct through symbiosis. Trends in Microbiology , 19 : 255-256. (PDF)
73. G. W. DOUHAN, L. VINCENOT, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2011. Population genetics of ectomycorrhizal fungi : from current knowledge to emerging directions. Fungal Biology , 115 : 569-597 (PDF)
72. K. PRITSCH, M. ARIF ALI, J.-L. CHURIN, B. CLOUTIER-HURTEAU, P.- E. COURTY, C. DAMON, M. DUCHEMIN, S. EGLI, J. ERNST, F. KUHAR, L. FRAISSINET-TACHET, E. LEGNAME, R. MARMEISSE, A. MÜLLER, P. NIKOLOVA, M. PETER, C. PLASSARD, F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. SCHLOTER, A. FRANC, J. GARBAYE, 2011. Optimized assay and storage conditions for enzyme activity profiling of ectomycorrhizae. Mycorrhiza, 21:589–600, sous presse. (PDF)
71. E. DEFOSSEZ, C. DJIÉTO-LORDON, D. MCKEY, M.-A. SELOSSE, R. BLATRIX, 2010. Plant-ants feed their host plant, but above all a fungal symbiont. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B), sous presse. (PDF)
70. F. RICHARD, M. ROY, O. SHAHIN, C. STHULTZ, M. DUCHEMIN, R. JOFFRE, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. Ectomycorrhizal communities in a Mediterranean forest ecosystem dominated by Quercus ilex : seasonal dynamics and response to drought in the surface organic horizon. Annals of Forest Sciences, sous presse. 68:57–68 (PDF)
69. H. MOTOMURA, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, A. KAGAWA, T. YUKAWA, 2010. Mycoheterotrophy evolved from mixotrophic ancestors : evidence in Cymbidium (Orchidaceae). Annals of Botany 106 : 573-581.(PDF)
68. S. P. STOCK, S. R. BORDENSTEIN, J. ODDEN, D. OLDENBURG, W. REZNIKOFF, J. H. WERREN, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. Symbiosis instruction : considerations from the Education Workshop at the 6th ISS Congress. Symbiosis 51 : 67-73.(PDF)
67. H. GOODRICH-BLAIR et 15 alii, 2010. Symbiosis research, technology, and education : Proceedings of the 6th International Symbiosis Society Congres held in Madison Wisconsin, USA, August 2009. Symbiosis 51 : 1-12.(PDF)
66. B. SCHATZ, A. GEOFFROY, B. DAINAT, J.-M. BESSIÈRE, B. BUATOIS, M. HOSSAERT-MCKEY, M.-A. SELOSSE 2010. A case study of modified interactions with symbionts in a hybrid mediterranean orchid. American Journal of Botany 97:1278-1288 (PDF)
65. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. CAMERON. 2010. Introduction to a Virtual Special Issue on mycoheterotrophy : New Phytologist sheds light on non-green plants. New Phytologist 186 : 267-270.(PDF)
64. M.-A. SELOSSE, P. BONFANTE. 2010. A glimpse into the past of land plants and of their mycorrhizal affairs : from fossils to evo-devo. New Phytologist 186 : 267-270 (PDF)
63. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTOS, B. A. PERRY, M. PADAMSEE, M. ROY, T. PAILLER. 2010. Saprotrophic fungal symbionts in tropical achlorophyllous orchids : Finding treasures among the ‘molecular scraps’ ? Plant Signaling & Behaviour 5 : 1-5.(PDF)
62. A.G. DIÉDHIOU, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. DIABATE, B. DREYFUS, A. M. BÂ, S. M. DE FARIA, A. GALIANA, G. BÉNA, 2010. The patterns of ectomycorrhizal host specificity and 15N and 13C natural abundance of understorey and canopy trees in a tropical rain forest. Environmental Microbiology, 12 : 2219-2232.(PDF)
61. V. TRANCHIDA LOMBARDO, M. ROY, E. BUGOT, G. SANTORO, U. PUTTSEP, M.-A. SELOSSE, S. COZZOLINO, 2009. Spatial repartition and genetic relationship of green and non-photosynthetic individuals in mixed populations of Cephalanthera orchids. Plant Biology, 12 : 659-667.(PDF)
60. M.-L. DESPREZ-LOUSTAU, R. COURTECUISSE, C. ROBIN, C. HUSSON, P.-A. MOREAU, D. BLANCARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, B. LUNG-ESCARMANT, D. PIOU, I. SACHE, 2010. Species diversity and drivers of spread of alien fungi (sensu lato) in Europe with a particular focus on France. Biological Invasions, 12:157–172.(PDF)
59. F. MARTOS, M. DULORMNE, T. PAILLER, P. BONFANTE, A. FACCIO, J. FOURNEL, M.-P. DUBOIS, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Independent recruitment of saprotrophic fungi as mycorrhizal partners by tropical achlorophyllous orchids. New Phytologist 184 : 668-681.(PDF) Supplementary material(PDF)
58. H. Æ. PEDERSEN, S. WATTHANA, M ROY, S. SUDDEE, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Cephalanthera exigua rediscovered : new insights in the taxonomy, habitat requirements and breeding system of a rare mycoheterotrophic orchid. Nordic Journal of Botany 27 : 460-468.(PDF)
57. M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, N. ALVAREZ, 2009. Do Sebacinales commonly associate with plant roots as endophytes ? Mycological Research 113 : 1062–1069.(PDF)
56. M. ROY, S. WATTHANA, F. RICHARD, S. VESSABUTR, M.-A. SELOSSE 2009. Mycoheterotrophic orchids from Thailand tropical dipterocarpacean forests associate with a broad diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi. BMC Biology 7 : 51.(PDF)
55. R. BLATRIX, S. BOUAMER, S. MORAND, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Ant-plant mutualisms should be viewed as symbiotic communities. Plant Signaling & Behaviour 4 : 554-556.(PDF)
54. I. ALEXANDER, M.-A. SELOSSE. 2009. Mycorrhizas in tropical forest : a neglected research imperative. New Phytologist 182 : 14-16.(PDF)
53. E. DEFOSSEZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, M.-P. DUBOIS, L. MONDOLOT L., A. FACCIO, S. MORAND, D. MCKEY, R. BLATRIX 2009. Ant-plants and fungi : a new threesome mutualism, and a new domestication of fungi by ants ? New Phytologist 182 : 942–949. (picture on the cover)(PDF)
52. M.-A. SELOSSE, M. ROY. 2009. Green plants eating fungi : facts and questions about mixotrophy. Trends in Plant Sciences 14 : 64-70. (picture on the cover)(PDF)
51. M. ROY, T. YAGAME, M. YAMATO, K. IWASE, C. HEINZ, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2009. Ectomycorrhizal Inocybe species associate with the mycoheterotrophic orchid Epipogium aphyllum but not its asexual propagules. Annals of Botany 104 : 595 – 610.(PDF)
50. F. RICHARD, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. GARDES, 2009. Facilitated establishment of Quercus ilex in shrub – dominated communities within a Mediterranean ecosystem : do mycorrhizal partners matter ? FEMS Microbial Ecology 68 : 14-24.(PDF)
49. L. VINCENOT, L. TEDERSOO, F. RICHARD, H. HORCINE, U. KÕLJALG, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2008. Fungal associates of Pyrola rotundifolia, a mixotrophic Ericaceae, from two boreal forests. Mycorrhiza, 19:15–25.(PDF)
48. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2008. The Laccaria genome : a symbiont blueprint decoded (Transley Review - introduction to a special issue). New Phytologist 180 : 296–310.(PDF)
47. M. ROY, M.-P. DUBOIS, M. PROFFIT, L. VINCENOT, E. DESMARAIS, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Evidence from population genetics that the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina is an actual multi-host symbiont. Molecular Ecology 17 : 2825–2838.(PDF)
46. TRANCHIDA LOMBARDO V., S. E. HOPKINS, M.-A. SELOSSE, S. COZZOLINO, D. L. TAYLOR, 2007. Isolation and characterization of new polymorphic microsatellite loci in the mixotrophic orchid Limodorum abortivum L. Swartz (Orchidaceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 8 : 1117-1120(PDF)
45. M.-A. SELOSSE, E. CHAUVET, M. VOHNIK, 2007. Out of rivers ? Aquatic fungi turn out to live as plant endophytes. New Phytologist 178 : 3–7.(PDF)
44. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Renaissance des sciences du végétal à travers l’étude des pathogènes et des symbioses. Acta botanica Gallica 154 : 376.
43. N. MONDIET, M.-A. SELOSSE, M-P DUBOIS, 2007. The enigmatic Squamanita odorata (Cool) Imbach ex Bas (Agaricales, Basidiomycetes) is parasitic on Hebeloma mesophaeum. Mycological Research, 111 : 599-603.(PDF)
42. M.-A. SELOSSE, S. SETARO, F. GLATARD, C. URCELAYAND, M. WEISS 2007. Sebacinales are common mycorrhizal associates of Ericaceae. New Phytologist 174 : 864-878.(PDF)
Publication Supplementary material (PDF)
41. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Renaissance des sciences du végétal à travers l’étude des pathogènes et des symbioses. Acta botanica Gallica 154 : 376.
40. M.-A. SELOSSE, C. SCHARDL, 2007. Grasses fungal endophytes : hybrids rescued by vertical transmission ? An evolutionary perspective. New Phytologist 173 : 452-458.(PDF)
39. L. TEDERSOO, P. PELLET, U. KOLJALG, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2007. Parallel evolutionary paths to mycoheterotrophy in understorey Ericaceae and Orchidaceae : ecological evidence for mixotrophy in Pyroleae. Oecologia, 151 : 206-217.(PDF)
38. J.-C. ABADIE, U. PUTTSEPP, G. GEBAUER, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2006. Cephalanthera longifolia (Neottieae, Orchidaceae) is mixotrophic : a comparative study between green and non-photosynthetic individuals. Canadian Journal of Botany, 84 : 1462-1477.(PDF)
37. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. RICHARD, X. HE, S.SIMARD, 2006. Mycorrhizal networks : les liaisons dangereuses. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 11 : 621-628.(PDF)
36. M. GIRLANDA, M.A. SELOSSE, D. CAFASSO, F. BRILLI, S. DELFINE, R. FABBIAN, S. GHIGNONE, P. PINELLI, R. SEGRETO, F. LORETO, S. COZZOLINO, S. PEROTTO, 2006. Inefficient photosynthesis in the Mediterranean orchid Limodorum abortivum (L.) Swartz is mirrored by specific association to ectomycorrhizal Russulaceae. Molecular Ecology 15 : 491–504.(PDF)
35. K. EL KARKOURI, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. MOUSAIN, 2006. Molecular markers detecting an ectomycorrhizal Suillus collinitus strain on Pinus halepensis roots suggest successful inoculation and persistence in Mediterranean nursery and plantation. FEMS Microbial Ecology 55 : 146-158.(PDF)
34. F. RICHARD, S. MILLOT, M. GARDES, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Diversity and structuration by hosts of the below-ground mycorrhizal community in an old-growth Mediterranean forest dominated by Quercus ilex L. New Phytologist, 166 : 1011–1023(PDF)
33. T. JULOU, B. BURGHARDT, G. GEBAUER, D. BERVILLER, C. DAMESIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Mixotrophy in orchids : insights from a comparative study of green individuals and non-photosynthetic mutants of Cephalanthera damasonium. New Phytologist, 166 : 639-653.(PDF)
32. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2005. Are liverworts imitating mycorrhizas ? New Phytologist, 165 : 345-349.(PDF)
31. F. RICHARD, P.-A. MOREAU, M.-A. SELOSSE, M. GARDES 2004. Diversity and fruiting patterns of ectomycorrhizal and saprobic fungi in an old-growth Mediterranean forest dominated by Quercus ilex L. Canadian Journal of Botany 82 : 1711-1729.(PDF)
30. M. WEISS,M.-A. SELOSSE, K.-H. REXER, A. URBAN, F. OBERWINCKLER, 2004. Sebacinales : a hitherto overlooked cosm of heterobasidiomycetes with a broad mycorrhizal potential. Mycological Research 108:1003-1010.(PDF)
29. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, E. BAUDOUIN, P. VANDENKOORNHUYSE, 2004. Symbiotic microorganisms, a key for ecological success and protection of plants. Comptes-rendus Biologies, 327 : 639-648.(PDF)
28. M.-A. SELOSSE, G. SCAPPATICCI, A. FACCIO, P. BONFANTE, 2004. Chlorophyllous and achlorophyllous specimens of Epipactis microphylla (Neottieae, Orchidaceae) are associated with ectomycorrhizal septomycetes, including truffles. Microbial Ecology 47 : 416-426.(PDF)
27. M.-A. SELOSSE, G. DURRIEU, 2003. Une classification mycologique phylogénétique francophone (en 2003). Acta Botanica Gallica 151 : 73-102.(PDF)
26. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2003. Founder effect in a young Leccinum duriusculum (Schultzer) Singer population. Mycorrhiza 13 : 143-149.(PDF)
25. J. WEBER, J. DIEZ, M.-A. SELOSSE, D. TAGU, F. LE TACON, 2002. SCAR markers to detect mycorrhizas of an American Laccaria bicolor strain inoculated in Douglas-fir plantations. Mycorrhiza 12 : 19-27.(PDF)
24. M.-A. SELOSSE, M. WEISS, J.-L. JANY, A. TILLIE, 2002. Communities and populations of sebacinoid basidiomycetes associated with the achlorophyllous orchid Neottia nidus-avis (L.) L.C.M. Rich. and neighbouring tree ectomycorrhizae. Molecular Ecology 11, 1831-1844.(PDF)
23. M.-A. SELOSSE, R. BAUER, B. MOYERSOEN, 2002. Basal hymenomycetes belonging to the Sebacinaceae are ectomycorrhizal on temperate deciduous trees in silva : microscopic and molecular evidence. New Phytologist 155 : 183-195.(PDF)
22. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2002. Prototaxites : a 400 Myr old giant fossil, a saprophytic holobasidiomycete or a lichen ? Mycological Research 106 : 642-644.(PDF)
21. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 2001. Intraspecific variation in fruiting phenology in an ectomycorrhizal Laccaria spp. population under Douglas fir. Mycological Research 108 : 524-531.(PDF)
20. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, B. ALBERT, B. GODELLE, 2001. Organelle genome evolution (a reply). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16 : 490.(PDF)
19. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, B. ALBERT, B. GODELLE, 2001. Small is successful : selection for reducing organelle’s genome size favours gene transfer to the nucleus. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16 : 135-141.(PDF)
18. [C] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2001. Adding pieces to fungal mosaics. New Phytologist 149 : 159-162.(PDF)
17. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, 2001. Avancées récentes dans l’étude des communautés et des populations ectomycorhiziennes. Lejeunia, 165 : 1-108.(PDF)
16. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. BOUCHARD, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 2000. Survival after outplanting and effect of two Laccaria bicolor strains inoculated on Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 : 360-371.(PDF)
15. M.-A. SELOSSE, 2000. Un exemple de symbiose algue-invertébré à Belle-Isle-en-Mer : la planaire Convoluta roscoffensis et la prasinophycée Tetraselmis convolutae. Acta botanica Gallica 147 : 323-331.
14. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1999. Structure and dynamic of artificially introduced and naturally occurring Laccaria sp. discrete genotypes in a European Douglas fir plantation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 : 2006-2014.(PDF)
13. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. LE TACON, 1999. The nuclear ribosomal DNA intergenic spacers of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor : structural analysis and intraspecific polymorphisms. Microbiology UK 145 : 1605-1611.(PDF)
12. H. GHERBI, C. DELARUELLE, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 1999. High diversity in a population of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria amethystina in a 150 year old beech forest. Molecular Ecology 8 : 2003-2013.(PDF)
11. M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1998. Survival of an introduced ectomycorrhizal Laccaria bicolor strain in an European forest plantation confirmed by mitochondrial analysis. New Phytologist 140 : 753-761.(PDF)
10. [R] M.-A. SELOSSE, F. LE TACON, 1998. The land flora : a phototroph-fungus partnership ? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13:15–20.(PDF)
09. S. ORLOWSKI, M.-A. SELOSSE, C. BOUDON, L.M. MIR, J. BELEHRADEK, M. GARRIGOS, 1998. Effects of detergents on the P-glycoprotein ATPase activity : differences in perturbations of basal and verapamil-dependent activities. Cancer Biochemistry & Biophysics 16 : 85-110.
08. F. MARTIN, M.-A. SELOSSE, C. DI BATTISTA, H. GHERBI, C. DELARUELLE, D. VAIRELLES, D. BOUCHARD, F. LE TACON, 1998. Molecular markers in ecology of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Genetic, Selection and Evolution 30 : S333-S355.(PDF)
07. F. LE TACON, C. DI BATTISTA, M.-A. SELOSSE, F. MARTIN, 1998. Molecular diversity studies on mycorrhizal associations in trees. In : Recent Advances in Biotechnology for Tree Conservation and Management, pp. 290-307.(PDF)
06. M.-A. SELOSSE, D. JACQUOT, D. BOUCHARD, F. MARTIN, F. LE TACON, 1997. Temporal persistence and spatial distribution of an American inoculant strain of the ectomycorrhizal basidiomycete Laccaria bicolor in French plantations. Molecular Ecology 7 : 561-574.(PDF)
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