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  • Le Moigne, M.A., Guérin, V., Furet, P.M., Billard, V., Lebrec, A., Spíchal, L., Roman, H., Citerne, S., Morvan-Bertrand, A., Limami, A., Vian, A., Lothier, J. 2018. Asparagine and sugars are both required to sustain secondary axis elongation after bud outgrowth in Rosa hybrid. Journal of Plant Physiology, 222: 17-27
  • Wang, M., Ogé, L., Perez-Garcia, M.D., Hamama  L., Sakr, S. 2018. The PUF Protein Family: Overview on PUF RNA Targets, Biological Functions, and Post Transcriptional Regulation. International Journal of Molecular Sciences,  19, 410  doi: 10.3390/ijms19020410


  • Abadie, C., Lothier, J., Boex-Fontvieille, E., Carroll, A., Tcherkez, G. 2017. Direct assessment of the metabolic origin of carbon atoms in glutamate from illuminated leaves using 13 C-NMR. New Phytologist, 216(4): 1079-1089 doi: 10.1111/nph.14719
  • Corot, A., Roman, H., Douillet, O., Autret, H., Perez-Garcia, M.D., Citerne, S., Bertheloot, J., Sakr, S., Leduc, N., Demotes-Mainard, S. 2017. Cytokinins and Abscisic Acid Act Antagonistically in the Regulation of the Bud Outgrowth Pattern by Light Intensity.. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8: 1724 doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01724
  • Li-Marchetti, C., Lebras, C., Chastellier, A., Relion, D., Morel, P., Sakr, S., Hibrand-Saint Oyan, L., Crespel, L. 2017. 3D phenotyping and QTL analysis of a complex character: rose bush architecture. Tree Genetics & Genomes, 13:112 doi 10.1007/s11295-017-1194-0
  • Roman, H., Girault, T., Le Gourrierec, J., Leduc, N. 2017. In silico analysis of 3 expansin gene promoters reveals 2 hubs controlling light and cytokinin response during bud outgrowth. Plant Signaling and Behaviour, 12(2): 489-509  doi: 10.1080/15592324.2017.1284725


  • Chéné, Y., Rousseau, D., Belin, E., Garbez, M., Galopin, G., Chapeau-Blondeau, F. 2016. Shape descriptors to characterize the shoot of entire plant from multiple side views of a motorized depth sensor. Machine vision and Applications, 27: 447-461
  • Demotes-Mainard, S., Péron, T., Corot, A., Bertheloot, J., Le Gourrierec, J., Travier, S., Crespel, L., Morel, P., Huché-Thélier, L., Boumaza, R., Vian, A., Guérin, V., Leduc, N., Sakr,S. 2016. Plant responses to red and far-red lights, applications in horticulture. Environ. Exp. Bot., 121: 4-21
  • Fernandez, V., Takahashi, Y., Le Gourrierec, J., Coupland, G. 2016. Photoperiodic and thermosensory pathways interact through CONSTANS to promote flowering at high temperature under short days. Plant Journal, 86 : 426–440
  • Garbez, M., Chéné, Y., Belin, E., Sigogne, M., Labatte, J.M., Hunault, G., Symoneaux, R., Rousseau, D., Galopin, G. 2016. Predicting sensorial attribute scores of ornamental plants assessed in 3D through rotation on video by image analysis: A study on the morphology of virtual rose busches. Computers and Elec in Agriculture, 121: 331-346
  • Gremiaux, A., Girard, S., Guérin, V., Lothier, J., Baluska, F., Davies, E., Bonnet, P., Vian, A. 2016. Low amplitude, high frequency electromagnetic field exposure causes delayed and reduced growth in Rosa hybrida. J Plant Physiol, 190: 44-53
  • Huché-Thélier, L., Crespel, L., Le Gourrierec, J., Morel, P., Sakr, S., Leduc, N. 2016. Light signaling and plant responses to blue light and UV radiation - Perspectives for applications in horticulture. Environ. Exp. Bot., 121: 22-38
  • Roman, H., Girault, T., Barbier, F., Péron, T., Brouard, N., Pencik, A., Novak, O., Vian, A., Sakr, S., Lothier, J., Le Gourrierec, J., Leduc, N. 2016. Cytokinins are initial targets of light in the control of bud outgrowth. Plant Physiol, 1672 : 489-509
  • Vian, A., Davies, E., Gendraud, M., Bonnet, P. 2016. Plant responses to high frequency electromagnetic fields. Biomed Research International, 2016, Article ID 1830262


  • Azri W., Le Gourrierec J., Demotes-Mainard S., Huché-Thélier L., Rabot A., Guérin V., Sakr S. 2015. Impacts of contrasting light on bud burst and on RwMAX1 and RwMAX2 expression in Rose. Acta Physiol Plant, 37: 30.
  • Barbier F., Péron T., Lecerf M., Perez-Garcia M.D., Barrière Q., Rolcik J., Boutet-Mercier S., Citerne S., Lemoine R., Porcheron B., Roman H., Leduc N., Le Gourrierec J., Bertheloot J., Sakr S. 2015. Sucrose is an early modulator of the key hormonal mechanisms controlling bud outgrowth in Rosa hybrida. J Exp Bot., 66(9): 2569-2582.
  • Besnard A.G., Davranche A., Maugenest S., Bouzillé J.B., Vian A., Secondi A. 2015. Vegetation map based on remote sensing are informative predictors of habitat selection of grassland birds across a wetness gradient. Ecol Indic, 58: 47-54.
  • Boumaza, R., Yousfi, S., Demotes-Mainard, S. 2015.  Interpreting the principal component analysis of multivariate density functions. Communications in statistics. Theory and methods, 44(16): 3321-3339.
  • Crespel L., Le Bras C., Relion D., Roman H., Morel P. 2015. Effect of temperature on the production of 2n pollen grains in diploid roses and obtaining tertaploids via unilateral polyploidization. Plant breeding, 134: 356-364.
  • Garbez, M., Galopin, G., Sigogne, M., Favre, P., Demotes-Mainard, S., Symoneaux, R.  2015. Assessing the visual aspect of rotating virtual rose busches by a labeled sorting task. Food Quality and Preference, 40: 287-295.
  • Henry C, Bledsoe SW, Griffiths CA, Kollman A, Paul MJ, Sakr S, Lagrimini M. 2015. Differential role for trehalose metabolism in salt-stressed maize. Plant Physiol, 169: 1-18.
  • Li-Marchetti C., Le Bras C, Relion D., Citerne S., Huché-Thélier L., Sakr S., Morel P., Crespel L. 2015. Genotypic difference in architectural and physiological responses to water restriction in rose bush. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, article 355.
  • Maquaire S., Catrain A., Tortel S., Joly J.C., Girard S., Bonnet P., Vian A.  2015. Radiated ultrashort high-power electromagnetic pulses induce ATP release in B16F10 murine melanoma cells. J of Electromagnetic Anal. And Appli, in press.
  • Rameau C., Bertheloot J., Andrieu B., Foucher F., Sakr S. 2015. Multiple pathways regulate shoot branching. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5 article 741.
  • Roman H, Rapicault M, Miclot AS, Larenaudie M, Kawamura K, Thouroude T, Chastellier A, Lemarquand A, Dupuis F, Foucher F, Loustau S, Hibrand Saint Oyant L.  2015. Genetic analysis of the flowering date and number of petals in rose. Tree Genetics & Genomes, 11: 85.
  • Tawegoum R., Leroy F., Sintes G., Chassériaux G.  2015. Forecasting hourly transpiration for triggering irrigation in nurseries. Biosystems engineering, 129: 237-247.
  • Yousfi S., Boumaza R., Aissani D., Adjabi S. 2015. Optimal bandwidth matrices in functional principal component analysis of density functions. J of Statistical computation and simulation, 85(11): 2315-2330.


  • Boumaza S, Boudefoua N, Boumaza R, Semroud R. 2014. Effects of urban effleunts on spatial structure, morphology and total phenols of Posidonia oceanica: Comparison with a reference site. J of Exp Marine biology and ecology, 457: 113-119.
  • Costes E., Crespel L., Denoyes B., Morel P., Demene MN., Lauri PE., Wenden B.  2014. Bud structure, position and fate generate various branching patterns along shoots of closely related Rosaceae species: a review. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5: 666.
  • Crespel L.,  Morel P. 2014. Pollen viability and meiotic behaviour in intraspecific hybrids of Hydrangea aspera subsp. Aspera Kawakami group x subsp. sargentiana. Plant Breeding, 133: 536-541.
  • Crespel L., LeBras C., Relion D., Morel P. 2014. Genotype x year interaction and broad-sense heritability of architectural characteristics in rose bush. Plant Breeding, 133(3): 412-418.
  • Djennane, S., Hibrand-Saint Oyant, L., Kawamura, K., Lallane, D., Laffaire, M., Thouroude, T., Chalain, S., Sakr, S., Boumaza, R., Foucher, F., Leduc, N. 2014. Impacts of light and temperature on shoot branching gradient and expression of strigolactone synthesis and signalling genes in rose. Plant, Cell & Environment, 37(3): 742-747.
  • Furet PM., Lothier J., Demotes-Mainard S., Travier S., Henry C., Guerin V., Vian A. 2014. Light and nitrogen nutrition regulate apical control in Rosa hybrida L. J of Pl. Physiol, 17: 7-13.
  • Leduc N, Roman H, Barbier F, Peron T, Huché-Thelier L, Lothier J, Demotes-Mainard S, Sakr S. 2014. Light signaling in bud out growth and branching in plants. Plants, 3: 223-250.
  • Limami A., Diab H., Lothier J. 2014. Nitrogen metabolism in plants under low oxygen stress. Planta, 239: 531-541.
  • Lothier J., VanLacre A., Prud'homme MP., VandenEnde W., Morvan-Bertrand A. 2014. Cloning and characterization of a novel fructan 6-exohydrolase strongly inhibited by sucrose in Lolium perenne. Planta, 240: 629-643.
  • Rabot A., Portemer, V., Péron, T., Mortreau, E., Leduc, N., Hamama L., Couthos-Thévenot, P., Atanassova, R., Sakr, S., Le Gourrierec J. 2014. Interplay of sugar, light and gibberellins in expression of Rosa hybrida vacuolar invertase1 regulation. Plant and Cell Physiology, 55: 1734-1748.
  • Santagostini P., Demotes-Mainard S., Huché-Thélier L., Leduc N., Bertheloot J., Guérin V., Bourbeillon J., Sakr S.,Boumaza R. 2014. Assessment of the visual quality of ornamental plants: Comparison of three methodologies in the case of the rosebush. Scientia Horticulturae, 168: 17-26.
  • Xu W, Grain D, Bobet S, Le Gourrierec J, Thévenin J, Kelemen Z, Lepiniec L, Dubos C. 2014. Complexity and robustness of the flavonoid transcriptional regulatory network revealed by comprehensive analyses of MYB-bHLH-WDR complexes and their targets in Arabidopsis seed. New Physiologist, 202(1): 132-144.


  • Abidi F., Girault T., Douillet O., Guillemain G., Sintes G., Laffaire M., Ben Ahmed H., Smiti S., Huché-Thélier L., Leduc N. 2013. Blue light on Rose photosynthesis and photomorphogenesis. Plant Biology, 15: 67-74.
  • Crespel L., Sigogne M., Donès N., Relion D., Morel P.  2013. Identification of relevant morphological, topological and geometrical variables to chracterize the architecture of rose bushes in relation to plant shape. Euphytica, 191: 129-140.
  • Demotes-Mainard S., Huché-Thélier L., Morel P., Boumaza R., Guérin V., Sakr S. 2013. Temporary water restriction or light intensity limitation promotes branching in rose bush. Scientia Horticulturae, 150: 432-440.
  • Demotes-Mainard, S., Bertheloot, J., Boumaza, R., Huché-Thélier, L., Guéritaine, G., Guérin, V., Andrieu, B. 2013. Rose bush leaf and internode expansion dynamics: analysis and development of a model capturing interplant variability. Frontiers in Plant Science, 4: 418.
  • Pantin F, Renaud J, Barbier F, Vavasseur A, LeThiec D, Rose C, Bariac T, Casson S, McLachian, Hetherington AM, Muller B, Simonneau T. 2013. Developmental priming of stomatal sensisitivity to abscisic acid by leaf microclimate. Plant Biology, 23: 1805-1811.
  • Xu W, Grain D, Le Gourrierec J, Harscoët E, Berger A, Jauvion V, Scagnelli A, Berger N, Bidzinski P, Kelemen Z, Salsac F, Baudry A, Routaboul JM, Lepiniec L, Dubos C. 2013. Regulation of flavonoid biosynthesis involves an unexpected complex transcriptional regulation of TT8 expression, in Arabidopsis. New Physiologist, 198(1): 59-70.


  • Ben Bâaziz K., D. Lopez, S. Bouzid, H. Cochard, J.-S. Venisse and S. Sakr  2012. Early gene expression in the walnut tree occurring during stimulation of leaf hydraulic conductance by irradiance. Biologia Plantarum , 56(4) : 657-666.
  • Ben Baaziz, K; Lopez, D; Rabot, A; Combes, D; Gousset, A; Bouzid, S; Cochard, H; Sakr, S; Venisse, JS 2012. Light-mediated K-leaf induction and contribution of both the PIP1s and PIP2s aquaporins in five tree species: walnut (Juglans regia) case study. Tree Physiology, 32:423-434.
  • Bertheloot J, Andrieu B, Martre P 2012. Light-nitrogen relationships within reproductive wheat canopy are modulated by plant modular organization. European Journal of Agronomy, 42: 11-21.
  • Chéné Y., Rousseau D., Lucidarme P., Bertheloot J., Caffier V., Morel P., Belin E., Chapeau-Blondeau F 2012. On the use of depth camera for 3D phenotyping of entire plants. . Computers and Electronics in Agriculture , 82: 122-127.
  • Choubane D, Rabot A, Mortreau E, Le Gourrierec J, Perron T, Foucher F, Ahcène Y, Pelleschi-Travier S, Leduc N, Hamama L, Sakr S*    2012. Photocontrol of bud burst involves Gibberellins biosynthesis in Rosa sp.. J. Plant Physiology, 169(13) : 1271-.
  • Crespel L., Morel P., Galopin G 2012. Architectural and genetic characterisation in Hydrangea aspera subsp. Aspera Kawakami group, H. aspera subsp sargentiana and their hybrids. Euphytica, 184(3) 289-301.
  • Davies E., Stankovic B., Vian A., Wood AJ 2012. Review : Where has all the message gone? . Plant Science, 185-186: 23-32.
  • Dubois A, Carrere S, Raymond O, Pouvreau B, Cottret L, Roccia A, Onesto JP, Sakr S, Atanassova R, Baudino S, Foucher F, LeBris M, Gouzy J, Bendahmane M. 2012. Transcriptome database resource and gene expression atlas for the rose.. BMC Genomics, 13: 638.
  • Hamon, L., Richard, E., Richard, P., Boumaza, R., & Ferrier, J. L.  2012. RTIL-system: a Real-Time Interactive L-system for 3D interactions with virtual plants. Virtual Reality, 16(2): 151-160..
  • Lechat, MM; Pouvreau, JB; Peron, T; Gauthier, M; Montiel, G; Veronesi, C; Todoroki, Y; Le Bizec, B; Monteau, F; Macherel, D; Simier, P; Thoiron, S; Delavault, P 2012. Pea-wheat intercrops in low-input conditions combine high economic performances and low environmental impacts. European Journal of Agronomy, 40: 39-43.
  • Lopez D., ,G. Bronner, N. Brunel, D. Auguin, S. Bourgerie, F. Brignolas,S. Carpin,C. Tournaire-Roux,C. Maurel,B. Fumanal,F. Martin, S. Sakr, P. Label, J.L. Julien, A. Gousset-Dupont and J.S. Venisse  2012. Insights into Populus XIP aquaporins: evolutionary expansion, protein functionality, and environmental regulation. Journal of Experimental Botany, 63: 2217-2230.
  • Morel P., Crespel L., Galopin G., Moulia B.,  2012. Effect of mechanical stimulation on the growth and branching of garden rose. Scientia Horticulturae , 135: 59-64.
  • Péron T., Véronési C., Mortreau E., Pouvreau J.B., Thoiron S., Leduc N., Delavault P, Simier P. 2012. Role of the sucrose synthase encoding PrSus1 gene in the developement of the parasitic plant Phelipanche ramosa (Pomel). Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, .
  • Rabot A., Henry C., Mortreau E., Azri W., Lothier J., Hamama L., Boumaza R.,  Leduc N., Pelleschi-Travier S., Le Gourrierec J., Sakr S.  2012. Insight Into The Role Of Sugars In Bud Burst Under Light in The Rose. Plant and Cell Physiology, 53(6) : 1068-1082.
  • Rachid-Kanouni M, Alatou D, Sakr S*  2012. Responses of cork oak seedlings to short-term exposures to low temperatures.. American Journal of Scientific Research ,  59: 28-41.
  • Rachid-Kanouni M, Alatou D, Sakr S*   2012. Effects of high temperature on concentrations of soluble sugars and quescitol of Cork oak (Quercus suber) seedlings. Internat J of Management Sciences ans Business research, 1 (6): .
  • Rachid-Kanouni M, Sakr S, Alatou D   2012. Morphological and physiological responses of seedlings of cork oak to high temperature. International J of advanced scientific and technical research, 4 (2): 742-.
  • Randoux M, Jeauffre J, Thouroude T, Vasseur F, Hamama L, Juchaux M, Sakr S, Foucher F. 2012. Gibberellins regulate the transcription of the continuous flowering regulator, RoKSN, a rose TFL1 homologue.. J Exp Bot., 63(18): 6543-6554.
  • Saumonneau A., Laloi M., Lallemand M., Rabot A., Atanassova R. 2012. Dissection of the transcriptionnal regulation of grape ASR and response to glucose and abscissic acid. Journal of Experimental Botany, 63(3): 1495-1510.
  • Thevenin, J; Dubos, C; Xu, W; Le Gourrierec, J; Kelemen, Z; Charlot, F; Nogue, F; Lepiniec, L; Dubreucq, B 2012. A new system for fast and quantitative analysis of heterologous gene expression in plants. New Phytologist, 193: 504-512.


  • Bertheloot J, Cournède P-H, Andrieu B. 2011. NEMA: a functional-structural model of N economy within wheat culms after flowering: I. Model description Annals of Botany. 10.1093/aob/mcr119
  • Bertheloot J, Wu Q, Cournède P-H, Andrieu B. 2011. NEMA: a functional-structural model of N economy within wheat culms after flowering: II. Evaluation and sensitivity analysis Annals of Botany. 10.1093/aob/mcr125
  • Dornbusch T., Baccar R., Watt J., Hillier J., Bertheloot J., Fournier C., Andrieu B. 2011. Plasticity of winter wheat modulated by sowing date, plant population density and nitrogen fertilisation: Dimensions and size of leaf blades, sheaths and internodes in relation to their position on a stem. Field Crops Research. 121:116-124
  • Crespel L., Morel P., Galopin G., 2011. Architectural and genetic characterisation in Hydrangea aspera subsp. Aspera Kawakami group, H. aspera subsp sargentiana and their hybrids. Euphytica:. DOI: 10.1007/s10681-011-0477-z
  • Huché-Thélier L, Boumaza R, Demotes-Mainard S, Canet A, Symoneaux R, Douillet O, Guerin V., 2011. Nitrogen deficiency increases basal branching and modifies the visual quality of the rose bushes, Scientia Horticulturae : 130, 325–334.
  • Henry C., Rabot A., Laloi M., Mortreau E., Sigogne M., Leduc N.,  Lemoine R., SakR S., Vian A., Pelleschi-Travier S., 2011. Regulation of RhSUC2, a sucrose transporter, is correlated with the light control of bud burst in Rosa sp. Plant, Cell & Environment, 34 (10): 1776-1789.


  • Bonhomme M., Peuch M., Ameglio T., Rageau R., Guilliot A., Decourteix M., Alves G., Sakr S., Lacointe A., 2010. Carbohydrate uptake from xylem vessels and its distribution among stem tissues and buds in walnut (Juglans regia L.). Tree Physiology, 30: 89 - 102. 
  • Boumaza R., Huché-Thélier L., Demotes-Mainard S., Le Coz E., Leduc N., Pelleschi-Travier S., Qannari EM., Sakr S., Santagostini P., Symoneaux R., Guérin V., 2010. Sensory profiles and preference analysis in ornamental horticulture: The case of the rosebush. Food Quality and Preference, 21 (8), 987-997doi:10.1016/j.foodqual.2010.05.003
  • Caron J., Morel P., Rivière L.M., Guillemain G., 2010. Identifying appropriate methodology to diagnose aeration limitations with large peat and bark particles in growing media. Can. J. Soil Sci., 90 (3), p 481-494.
  • Dusotoit-Coucaud A, Kongsawadworakul P, Maurousset L, Viboojun U, Brunel N., Pujade-Renaud V., Chrestin H, Sakr S, 2010. Ethylene stimulation of latex yield depends on the expression pattern of a sucrose transporter (/HbSUT1B/) in rubber trees (/Hevea brasiliensis/). Tree Physiology, 30 (12): 1586-1598. doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpq088.
  • Dusotoit-Coucaud A., Porcheron B., Brunel N., Kongsawadworakul P., Franchel J., Viboonjun U., Chrestin H., Lemoine R., Sakr S, 2010. Cloning And Characterization Of A New Polyol Transporter (HbPLT2) In Hevea Brasiliensis. Plant Cell Physiology, 51(11): 1878-1888. doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcq151.
  • Galopin G., Mauget JC, Morel P., 2010. Morphogenetic analysis of the phenotypic variability of the architecture unit of Hydrangea macrophylla. Annals of Forest Science, 67: 309. Doi: 10.1051/forest/2009115.
  • Galopin G., Morel P., Gardet R., Patrier C., 2010. Mass vegetative propagation of Ostrya carpinifolia by continual removal of axillary branches from juvenile donor plants. Propagation of Ornamental Plant, 10(2), 88-92.
  • Girault T., Abidi F., Sigogne M., Pelleschi-Travier S., Boumaza R., Sakr S., Leduc N., 2010. Sugars are under light control during bud burst in Rosa sp. Plant Cell and Environment, 33: 1339-1350. (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2010.02152.x)
  • Gombert J, Le Dily F., Lothier J., Etienne P., Rossato L., Allirand JM., Jullien A., Savin A., Ourry A., 2010. Effect of nitrogen fertilization on nitrogen dynamics in oilseed rape using 15N-labeling field experiment, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 173(6): 875-884 (doi: 10.1002/jpln.200800270).
  • Lalléchère L, Girard S, Roux D, Bonnet P, Paladian F, Vian A, 2010 Mode Stirred Reverberation Chamber (MSRC): a large and efficient tool to lead high frequency bio-electromagnetic in vitro experimentation. Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, 26: 257-290
  • Lothier J, Lasseur B, Prud’homme MP, Morvan-Bertrand A., 2010. Hexokinase-dependent sugar signaling represses fructan exohydrolase activity in Lolium perenne. Functional Plant Biology: 37(12): 1151-1160, doi:10.1071/FP10086.
  • Lothier J., Gaufichon L., Sormaini R., Lemaitre T., Azzopardi M., Morin H., Chardon F., Reisdorf-Cren M., Avice JC., Masclaux-Daubresse C., 2010. The cytosolic glutamine synthetase GLN1;2 plays a role in the control of plant growth and ammonium homeostasis in Arabidopsis rosettes when nitrate supply is not limiting. Journal of Experimental Botany, 1-16, doi:10.1093/jxb/erq299.
  • Roux D., Girard S., Paladian F., Bonnet P., Lalléchère S., Gendraud M., Davies E., Vian A, 2010. Human keratinocytes in culture exhibit No responses when exposed to short duration, low amplitude, high frequency (900 MHz) electromagnetic fields in a reverberation chamber. Bioelectromagnetics, 32: 302-311.
  • Tang C., Huang D., Yang J., Liu S., Sakr S., Li H., Zhou Y., Qin Y., 2010. The sucrose transporter HbSUT3 plays an active role in sucrose loading to laticifer and rubber productivity in exploited trees of Hevea brasiliensis (para rubber tree). Plant Cell and Environment, 33 (10): 1708-1720. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2010.02175.x.
  • Tungngoen K., Viboonjun U., Kongsawadworakul P., Katsuhara M., Julien J-L., Sakr S., Chrestin H., Narangajavana J. 2010 Hormonal treatment of the bark of rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) increases latex yield through latex dilution in relation with the differential expression of two aquaporin genes Journal of Plant Physiology, En ligne : 2010 Jul 15. Version papier: 2011 Feb 15;168(3):253-262.