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1. Editorial activities for advances in botanical research
Jim Callow, Michel Delseny and Jean-Pierre Jacquot
2. Revisiting ABR editing in the period 2006–2012 and recent developments
3. Scientific contributions of Pierre Gadal and his lab: A tribute to Pierre Gadal (1938–2019)
Ridong Chen, Michel Droux, Aymeric Goyer, Bertrand Hirel, Michael Hodges, Emmanuelle Issakidis-Bourguet, Jean-Pierre Jacquot, Frederic De Lamotte, Stephane D. Lemaire, Martine Lemaire-Chamley, Myroslawa Miginiac-Maslow, Tatsuo Sugiyama, Akira Suzuki and Jean Vidal
4. Glutamate synthase and amino acid synthesis in higher plants
5. Algae for global sustainability? – A follow-up of volume 71 sea plants and volume 95 seaweeds around the world: State of art and perspectives
Nathalie Bourgougnon, Anne-Sophie Burlot and Anne-Gaëlle Jacquin
6. Genomics of cyanobacteria: New insights and lessons for shaping our future – A followup of Volume 65: Genomics of Cyanobacteria
Franck Chauvat and Corinne Cassier-Chauvat
7. Compatible interactions between plants and endoparasitic nematodes: A follow-up of ABR volume 73: Plant nematode interactions—A view on compatible interrelationships
Carolina Escobar and Carmen Fenoll
8. Glucosinolates revisited – A follow-up of ABR volume 80: Glucosinolates
9. Last news on plant mitochondria: A follow up of ABR volume 63: Mitochondrial genome evolution
Anne-Marie Duchêne and Laurence Drouard
10. Traditional use and perspectives for the application of plant latex and its constituents in agriculture, medicine and industry: A follow-up of ABR volume 93 "Latex, laticifers and their molecular components from functions to possible applications"
Robert Nawrot, Oskar Musidlak, Sophia Bałdysz, Martyna Węglewska, Alicja Warowicka and Anna Goździcka-Józefiak
11. When dietary supplements meet metabolomics: A fast-evolving field: A follow-up of ABR volume 67 metabolomics coming of age with its technological diversity
Dominique Rolin, Catherine Bennetau-Pelissero, Sarada Tetali and Pierre Pétriacq
12. News on the redox front: A follow-up of ABR volume 52: Oxidative stress and redox regulation in plants
Nicolas Rouhier and Jean-Pierre Jacquot
13. Nitric oxide synthase in plants: A follow-up of ABR volume 77: Nitric oxide and signaling in plants
Advances in Botanical Research: Past, Current and Future Topics, Volume 100 in the Advances in Botanical Research series, celebrates a remarkable achievement as 100 volumes have now been published, with several others being prepared. New chapters in this monumental release include Editorial activities for Advances in Botanical Research, Revisiting ABR editing in the period 2006-2012: An exciting experience with Jean-Claude Kader, A tribute to the scientific contributions of Pierre Gadal and his laboratory, Evolution of Bacterial Phototrophy, Algae for Global Sustainability, Genomics of cyanobacteria: New insights and lessons for shaping our future, An overview of the root-knot-nematode compatible interaction, and more.
- Celebrates the 100th volume of a series that has covered multiple aspects of plant biology in the last 50 years
- Includes impressive developments of plant physiology topics and techniques
- Covers plant genomics, a newly developing section of plant sciences
PhD students, post graduates Professors and researchers
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st October 2021
- Academic Press
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Professor Jacquot has contributed to the elucidation of redox regulation in plants. Study of the thioredoxin and glutaredoxin systems and their molecular targets. His technical competence includes: plant biochemistry, genetic engineering, site directed mutagenesis, protein structure function relationship. He has 230 articles published in peer reviewed international journals. 180 accessible in Pubmed, 228 in ISI web. He has also been the Series Editor for Advances in Botanical Research (Elsevier) since 2011 and Editorial Board member of The Journal of Biological Chemistry from 2008-2013. He has been a senior member of Institut Universitaire de France since 2007 and received Gay-Lussac von Humboldt Prize Bundes Republik Deutschland Académie des sciences française, mention Biology 2009-2010. His past and present administrative duties include Member of Conseil National des Universités section 66 (2005-2007and 2011-today), Director of Structure Fédérative 4242 Ecosystèmes forestiers, Agroressources, Bioprocédés et Alimentation (EFABA) (since 2004), Director of Pôle de recherches A2F (Agronomie Agroalimentaire Forêt), Université de Lorraine (2006-2011, 2012-today) and Head of the group «Stress response and redox regulation » of UMR Interactions Arbres Microorganismes till 2012.
Universite Henri Poincare, Membre de L'Institut Universitaire de France, Nancy University, France
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