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The main results of the Rapsodyn project have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

These publications are listed by workpackages and available below .


Girondé A., Etienne P., Trouverie J., Bouchereau A., Le Cahérec F., Leport L., Orsel M., Niogret M.-F., Nesi N., Soulay F., Masclaux-Daubresse C. et Avice J.-C. (2015) The contrasting N management of two oilseed rape genotypes reveals the mechanism of proteolysis associated with leaf N remobilization and the respective contributions of leaves and stems to N storage and remobilization during the seed filling processes. BMC 15:59, 21p. DOI 10.1186/s12870-015-0437-1

Girondé A., Poret M., Etienne P., Trouverie J., Bouchereau A., Le Cahérec F., Leport L., Orsel M., Niogret M.-F., Deleu C. et Avice J.-C. (2015) A profiling approach of the natural variability of foliar N remobilization at the rosette stage gives clues to understand the limiting processes involved in the low N use efficiency of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). J Exp Bot. 66(9):2461-73. DOI 10.1093/jxb/erv031.

Girondé A., Poret M., Etienne P., Trouverie J., Bouchereau A., Le Cahérec F., Leport L., Niogret M.-F. et Avice J.-C. (2015) A comparative study of proteolytic mechanisms during leaf senescence of four genotypes of winter oilseed rape highlighted relevant physiological and molecular traits for NRE improvement. Plants (5) 1. DOI:10.3390/plants5010001

Faës P., Deleu C., Aïnouche A., Le Cahérec F., Montes E., Clouet V., Gouraud A.M., Albert B., Orsel M., Lassalle G., Leport L., Bouchereau A. & Niogret M.F. (2015). Molecular evolution and transcriptional regulation of the oilseed rape proline dehydrogenase genes suggest distinct roles of proline catabolism during development. Planta, 241(2): 403-419. DOI:10.1007/s00425-014-2189-9

Faës P., Niogret M.F., Montes E., Le Caherec F., Bouchereau A. & Deleu C. (2015). Transcriptional profiling of genes encoding GABA-transaminases in Brassica napus reveals their regulation by water deficit. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 116: 20-31.

Sorin C., Musse M., Mariette F., Bouchereau A. & Leport L. (2015). Assessment of nutrient remobilization through structural changes of palisade and spongy parenchyma in oilseed rape leaves during senescence. Planta, 241(2): 333-346.

Poret M., Chandrasekard B., van der Hoornd R.A.L.,Avice J.-C. (2016). Characterization of senescence-associated protease activities involved in the efficient protein remobilization during leaf senescence of winter oilseed rape. Plant Science 246 : 139–153.

Sorin C., Leport L., Cambert M., Bouchereau A., Mariette F., Musse M. (2016) Nitrogen deficiency impacts on leaf cell and tissue structure with consequences for senescence associated processes in Brassica napus. Bot Stud (2016) 57:11. DOI 10.1186/s40529-016-0125-y


Bouchet A-S, Nesi, Bissuel C, Bregeon M, Lariepe A, Navier H, Ribière N, Orsel M, Grezes-Besset B, Renard M, Laperche A (2014) Genetic control of yield and yield components in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) grown under nitrogen limitation. Euphytica 199:183-205.

Bouchet A-S, Laperche A., Bissuel-Belaygue C., Snowdon R., Nesi N., Stahl A. (2016) Nitrogen use efficiency in rapeseed. A review. Agron. Sustain. Dev. 2016. 36:38. DOI 10.1007/s13593-016-0371-0