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Jean-Michel Ane

  • Ph.D.
  • Full Professor
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
  • 28h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 3127CitationsNumber of citations received by Jean-Michel's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

maizeMedicagoricelegumesPGPRendophytesevolutionsignalingmycorrhizaerhizobiumnitrogen-fixationsymbiosis

About

Understanding how symbiotic associations between plants and microbes develop is an important biological question that is particularly relevant in modern agriculture and economy. We seek to understand the microbial signals and the signaling pathways controlling the establishment of plant - microbe symbioses and the stimulation of plant growth by these signals. We transfer information gained from model plants such as Medicago truncatula or Brachypodium distachyon to crops such as soybean, alfalfa and maize in order to take full advantage of the fantastic opportunities offered by these beneficial associations to our agriculture. Our goal is to maintain soil quality and sustainability while protecting the environment over the long term and reducing costs for food, feed and biofuel production.

Groups

Co-authors (343)

Publications (5)

  • Phylogenomics reveals multiple losses of nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbiosis

    • Griesmann M
    • Chang Y
    • Liu X
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  • Physiological Responses and Gene Co-Expression Network of Mycorrhizal Roots under K + Deprivation

    • Garcia K
    • Chasman D
    • Roy S
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  • Tansley insight Biology and evolution of arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis in the light of genomics

    • Kamel L
    • Keller‐Pearson M
    • Roux C
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  • Enumeration of Soybean-Associated Rhizobia with Quantitative Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction

    • Furseth B
    • Conley S
    • Ané J
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  • Medicago truncatula IPD3 is a member of the common symbiotic signaling pathway required for rhizobial and mycorrhizal symbioses

    • Horváth B
    • Yeun L
    • Domonkos Á
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Editorships

Plant & Cell Physiology

Associate Editor

2015 - Present

Frontiers in Microbiology

Associate Editor

2014 - Present

Frontiers in Plant Sciences

Associate Editor

2012 - Present

Professional experience

Full Professor

University of Wisconsin at Madison

July 2014 - Present

Associate professor

University of Wisconsin at Madison

July 2010 - June 2014(4 years)

Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin at Madison

September 2004 - June 2010(6 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of California - Davis

November 2002 - August 2004(2 years)

Education

Ph.D.

Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier

September 1998 - November 2002(4 years)

B.Sc.

Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon

September 1992 - August 1996(4 years)