Plant Adaptations to the Environmental Strength "APCE" Team - iEES Paris

Arabidopsis en stress salin
Arabidopsis en stress salin
A. Savouré©UMR7618

Drought, salinity and pollution can have serious negative consequences on crop productivity and the distribution of wild species.

With global climate change and an increasing world population, it is even more urgent to understand how these stresses affect plant growth.

The aim of our research is to understand the potential of plants to adapt to abiotic stresses such as drought, salinity, with a particular focus on the role of mitochondria in these processes.

So, how do plants tolerate and adapt to a changing environment ?
Under abiotic stresses, plant mitochondria appear to be a key player in perceiving stress, triggering tolerance mechanisms, and then resuming growth when conditions become favourable again.

Dosage proline
Dosage proline
S. Planchais©UMR7618

Mitochondria do this by :

  • supplying energy via ATP synthesis,
  • generating metabolic flux from proline or ornithine catabolism, for example,
  • and regulating redox homeostasis by modulating the NADH/NAD ratio and reactive oxygen species.
 
 
 
 
Our laboratory works on several plant species :
  • Arabidopsis thaliana is a model plant with many natural accessions which can be used for in-depth molecular, biochemical and genetic studies.
  • Eutrema salsugineum/Thellungiella salsuginea, a close relative of A. thaliana, is an extremophile adapted to harsh saline environments.
  • In an international network of collaborations, we are also working on European searocket (Cakile maritima, Tunisia), wheat (Triticum turgidum, Algeria) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata, Algeria).
  • In an iEES collaboration on urban trees, we are also working on the characterization of stress markers in silver lime (Tilia tomentosa).

 

Arabidopsis, Eutrema, Vigna et Tilia
Arabidopsis, Eutrema, Vigna et Tilia
A. Savouré et S. Planchais©UMR7618

Using these various species and accessions we aim to gain a comprehensive understanding of the role of respiration and associated metabolism in plant adaptation to environmental constraints at both ecophysiological and evolutionary levels.

Most of our team members are Professors or Associate Professors who are involved in teaching biology and plant physiology at UPMC. We also provide training for Bachelor and Master students through internships in the laboratory.

Our main expertise lies in plant stress physiology, mitochondrial respiration, biochemistry, proline and amino acid metabolism, and plant development.

 

Team publications

Only applies to publications from 2017 to present. To see all the publications go to the Publications page.

RéférenceDOI et liens HALJournalEquipe(s) – Département(s)
Lebreton S.*, Cabassa-Hourton C.*, Savouré A.*, Funck D., Forlani G. (2020). Appropriate activity assays are crucial for the specific determination of proline dehydrogenase and pyrroline-5-carboxylate reductase activities. Frontiers in Plant Science 11, 2113.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2020.602939
10.3389/fpls.2020.602939
Frontiers in Plant Science
APCEIPE
Laifa I., Hajji M., Farhat N., Elkhouni A., Smaoui A., M’nif A., Hichem Hamzaoui A., Savouré A., Abdelly C., Zorrig W. (2020). Beneficial Effects of Silicon (Si) on Sea Barley (Hordeum marinum Huds.) under Salt Stress. Silicon. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12633-020-00770-1​
10.1007/s12633-020-00770-1​
Silicon
APCEIPE
El Moukhtari ​A.~, Cabassa-Hourton C.*, Farissi M.`, Savouré A.* (2020). How does proline treatment promote salt stress tolerance during crop plant development? Frontiers in Plant Science, 11, 1127. 10.3389/fpls.2020.01127
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Frontiers in Plant ScienceAPCEIPE
Audusseau H.^, Vandenbulcke F., Dume C.°, Deschins V.°, Pauwels M., Gigon A.*, Bagard M.*, Dupont L.* (2020) Impacts of metallic trace elements on an earthworm community in an urban wasteland: Emphasis on the bioaccumulation and genetic characteristics in Lumbricus castaneus. Science of the Total Environnement, 718 : 13725910.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137259
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science of the total environmentBioDISDCFE ;
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Ami K ~, Planchais S*, Cabassa C*, Guivarc’h A*, VeryA-A, Khelifi M`, Djebbar R`, Abrous-Belbachir O`, Carol P*(2020) Different proline responses of two Algerian durum wheat cultivars to in vitrosalt stress. Acta Physiol Plant 42, 2110.1007/s11738-019-3004-9
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Acta Physiologiae Plantarum APCEIPE
Feng M, Darabi M, Tubeuf E, Canicio A, Lhomme M, Frisdal E, Lebreton S*, Matheron L, Rached F, Ponnaiah M, Serran Jr CV, Santos RD, Brites F, Bolbach G, Gautier E, Huby T, Carrie A, Bruckert E, Guerin M, Couvert P, Giral P, Lesnik P, Le Goff W, Guillas I, Kontush A . Free cholesterol transfer to high-density lipoprotein (HDL) upon triglyceride lipolysis underlies the U-shape relationship between HDL-cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, Sage Publications, In press, pp.204748731989411. ⟨10.1177/2047487319894114⟩. ⟨hal-02433564⟩10.1177/2047487319894114
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Eur. J. Prevent. CardiolAPCEIPE
Zhang W, Cochet F, Ponnaiah M, Lebreton S*, Matheron L, Pionneau C, Boudsocq M, Resentini F, Huguet S, Blázquez MÁ, Bailly C, Puyaubert J, Baudouin E.10.1111/tpj.14461
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Plant J.APCEIPE
Launay A^., Cabassa-Hourton C.*, Eubel H., Maldiney R.*, Guivarc’h A.*, Crilat E.*, Planchais S.*, Lacoste J., Bordenave-Jacquemin M.*, Clément G., Richard L.*, Carol P.*, Braun H.-P., Lebreton S.*, Savouré A.* (2019). Proline oxidation fuels mitochondrial respiration upon dark-induced leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. J. Exp. Bot. 70, 6203–621410.1093/jxb/erz351
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Journal of Experimental BotanyAPCEIPE
Kalachova T~., Janda M, Šašek V., Ortmannová J., Nováková P., Dobrev I. P., Kravets V., Guivarc’h A*., Moura D^., Burketová L., Valentová O., Ruelland E* (2019) Identification of salicylic acid-independent responses in Arabidopsis beta phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase double mutant. Annals of Botany.10.1093/aob/mcz112
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Annals of BotanyEcoPhySIPE ;
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Daviere A, Sotomski M, Audibert A, Carol P*, Hubert S, Lebreton S*, Louvet-Vallee S, Pedron J, PuyaubertJ, Kraepiel Y, Lacoste J.(2019) Synergistic toxicity between glyphosate and 2,4-dinitrophenol on budding yeast is not due to H2O2-mediated oxidative stress. Matters 5 (4), e201903000030
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Quénéa K.,Andrianjara I.~°,Rankovic A.~, Gan E., Aubry E., Lata J.C.*, Barot S.*, Castrec-Rouelle M. (2019) Influence of the residence time of street trees and their soils on trace element contamination in Paris (France). Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26 (10): 9785-979510.1007/s11356-019-04405-w
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Zegaoui Z ~, Planchais S*, Cabassa C*, Djebbar R`, Belbachir OA`, Carol P.* (2017) Variation in relative water content, proline accumulation and stress gene expression in two cowpea landraces under drought. Journal of Plant Physiology 218:26-34.10.1016/j.jplph.2017.07.009
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Journal of Plant PhysiologyAPCEIPE
Ben Othman A`, Ellouzi H`, Planchais S*, De Vos D, Faiyue B`, Carol P*, Abdelly C`, Savouré A*. (2017) Phospholipases Dζ1 and Dζ2 have distinct roles in growth and antioxidant systems in Arabidopsis thaliana responding to salt stress. Planta Jun 30.
10.1007/s00425-017-2728-2
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PlantaAPCEIPE
Goetz M, Guivarc’h A*, Hirsche J, Bauerfeind MA, González MC, Hyun TK, Eom SH, Chriqui D, Engelke T, Großkinsky DK, Roitsch T. (2017) Metabolic control of tobacco pollination by sugars and invertases. Plant Physiol. 2017, 173(2):984-997
10.1104/pp.16.01601plant physiologyAPCEIPE

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Team members

Nom PrénomCorpsEmployeurDépartement et ÉquipeAdresseTéléphoneMél
ANDRIANJARA IryDoctorantVille de ParisÉquipe EERI du Département DCFE,
Équipe EMS du Département DCFE,
Équipe APCE du Département IPE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 512
(+33) 01 44 27 42 58iry.andrianjara@paris.fr
BORDENAVE-JACQUEMIN MarianneMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 522
(+33) 01 44 27 62 32marianne.bordenave@upmc.fr
CABASSA CecileMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 522
(+33) 01 44 27 62 32cecile.cabassa@upmc.fr
CAROL PierrePUSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 518
(+33) 01 44 27 96 48pierre.carol@upmc.fr
CRILAT EmilieTSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 520
(+33) 0144275902emilie.crilat@upmc.fr
DOURMAP CorentinDoctorantSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 516
(+33) 01 44 27 84 18corentin.dourmap@upmc.fr
GUIVARCH AnneMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 516
(+33) 01 44 27 84 18
anne.guivarch@upmc.fr
KSIAA MariemDoctorantSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPELieu d’accueil : Université Tunis El Manar
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-45 – 5e étage – bureau : 518
(+33) 07 53 93 34 82mariem.ksiaa@etu.sorbonne-universite.fr
LANFRANCHI SandrineMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 520
(+33) 01 44 27 59 02sandrine.lanfranchi@upmc.fr
PLANCHAIS SeverineMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 522
(+33) 01 44 27 62 32severine.planchais@upmc.fr
RICHARD LucMCSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 516
(+33) 01 44 27 84 18luc.richard@upmc.fr
SAVOURE ArnouldPUSorbonne universitéÉquipe APCE du Département IPECampus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 518
(+33) 01 44 27 26 72arnould.savoure@upmc.fr
ZHENG YAODoctorant
Sorbonne université
Équipe APCE du Département IPE
Campus Pierre et Marie Curie
Tour 44-34 – 5e étage – bureau : 516
(+33) 01 44 27 84 18
yao.zheng@etu.upmc.fr

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