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PRUDENT Marion

PRUDENT Marion
Researcher
Department : GEAPSI
Team : Ecophysiology
Email : Marion.Prudent@inrae.fr
Phone number : 03.80.69.36.81
fax : 03.80.69.32.63

CV

2016 - : Senior Research Scientist INRA. UMR Agroecology, Dijon, France.
2011-2015 : Junior Research Scientist. UMR Agroecology, Dijon, France.
2010 -2011 : Post-Doctorate Fellow. Mc Gill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada & Trent University, Perterborough, Ontario, Canada.
2005-2009 : PH.D in Plant Sciences. UMR Génétique et amélioration des fruits et légumes & UR Plantes et systèmes de Culture Horticoles, Avignon, France.
2005 : M.SC. Plant Sciences. INA-PG (Agroparitech), Paris, France.
2003 : B.SC. Horticulture. Institut National d’Horticulture, Angers, France.

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Activity of research

The objectives of my work are:

(i) to assess the impact of soil water stress on the regulating services associated with legume-microorganism interactions in the soil,

(ii) to evaluate the cost-benefit ratio of the interaction for each of the partners,

(iii) ultimately offer legume genotypes that best enhance beneficial interactions.

To that aim, I am developing an integrative biology approach (multi-disciplinary and multi-scale) allowing to prioritize the ecophysiological, metabolic and molecular processes which could be targets for the conception of more stable legume ideotypes under fluctuating soil water conditions.

 

My research activities are organized around 3 main topics:

1 / Identification of ecophysiological mechanisms allowing the plant to harden during recurrent water stress periods.

On-going projects: FUI Eauptic 2018-2021 ; Projet Ressourcement Plant2Pro-ARECOVER (2020-2022) ; Conventions Terres Inovia (2016-2019).

2 / Comparative ecophysiology in annual legumes in response to a combination of abiotic stresses.

On-going projects: FP7-LEGATO (2013-2018); H2020-EUCLEG (2017-2021)

3 / Interaction between plasticity of the root system and plasticity of soil microbial communities.

On-going projects: INRAE-AgroEnv (2019-2020)

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Teaching

> Nitrogen Nutrition of Legumes, Master B2IPME, University of Burgundy
> GRADUATE INVITED LECTURE on “Advances in plant adaptation to Fluctuating Water constraints: Towards the conception of Pea ideotypes adapted to water deficit conditions” for the advanced course on “Advances in breeding and agronomy for improving sustainability and quality of grain legume crops”, CIHEAM, IAMZ, Zaragoza, Spain. 26-20 October 2017.

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Publications

ResearcherID: A-6132-2010

Couchoud, M., Salon, C., Girodet, S., Jeudy, C., Vernoud V., Prudent, M. (2020). Pea efficiency of post drought recovery relies on the strategy to fine-tune nitrogen nutrition. Frontiers in Plant Science. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2020.00204

Prudent, M., Dequiedt, S., Sorin, C., Girodet, S., Nowak, V., Duc, G., Salon, C., Maron, P.A. (2020). The diversity of soil microbial communities matters when legumes face drought. Plant Cell and Environment, DOI: 10.1111/pce.13712

Henriet, C., Aime, D., Terezol, M., Kilandamoko, A., Rossin, N., Combes-Soia, L., Labas, V., Serre, R.-F., Prudent, M., Kreplak, J., Vernoud, V., Gallardo, K. (2019). Water stress combined with sulfur deficiency in pea affects yield components but mitigates the effect of deficiency on seed globulin composition. Journal of Experimental Botany, 70 (16), 4287 - 4303. , DOI : 10.1093/jxb/erz114

Couchoud, M., Der, C., Girodet, S., Vernoud, V., Prudent, M., Leborgne-Castel, N. (2019). Drought stress stimulates endocytosis and modifies membrane lipid order of rhizodermal cells of Medicago truncatula in a genotype-dependent manner. BMC Plant Biology, 19. , DOI : 10.1186/s12870-019-1814-y

Etienne P., Diquelou S., Prudent M., Salon C., Maillard A., Ourry A. (2018). Macro and Micronutrient Storage in Plants and Their Remobilization When Facing Scarcity : The Case of Drought. Agriculture (Basel), 8 (1), 17. , DOI : 10.3390/agriculture8010014

Salon C., Avice J-C., Colombié S., Dieuaide-Noubhani M., Gallardo K., Jeudy C., Ourry A., Prudent M., Voisin A-S., Rolin D. (2017). Fluxomics links cellular functional analyses to whole-plant phenotyping. Journal of Experimental Botany 68, 2083-2098. DOI : 10.1093/jxb/erx126

Génard M., Lescourret F., Dai Z., Quilot-Turion B., Prudent M. (2016). An ecological multi-level theory of competition for resources used to analyze density-dependence effects in fruit production. Acta Horticulturae DOI 10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1130.6

Jeudy C., Adrian M., Baussard C., Bernard C., Bernaud E., Bourion V., Busset H., Cabrera-Bosquet L., Cointault F., Han S., Lamboeuf M., Moreau D., Pivato B., Prudent M., Trouvelot S., Truong H.N., Vernoud V., Voisin A-S., Wipf D., Salon C. (2016). RhizoTubes as a new tool for high throughput imaging of plant root development and architecture: test, comparison with pot grown plants and validation. Plant Methods 12, 31.

Prudent M., Vernoud V, Girodet S, Salon C. (2016) How nitrogen fixation is modulated in response to different water availability levels and during recovery: a structural and functional study at the whole plant level, Plant and Soil, 399:1-12. doi: 10.1007/s11104-015-2674-3.

Prudent M., Salon C, Smith DL, Emery RJN. (2016). Nod factor supply under water stress conditions modulates cytokinin biosynthesis and enhances nodule formation and N nutrition in soybean. Plant Signaling & Behavior 11, e1212799.

Voisin A.S.,  Prudent M., Duc G., Salon C. (2015). Pea nodule gradients explain N nutrition and limited symbiotic fixation in hypernodulating mutants. Agronomy for sustainable Development, 35:1529-1540. doi: 10.1007/s13593-015-0328-8.

Gaba S., Lescourret F., Boudsocq S., Enjalbert J., Hinsinger P., Journet E.P., Navas M.L., Wery J., Louarn G., Malézieux E., Pelzer E., Prudent M., Ozier-Lafontaine H (2015). Multiple cropping systems as drivers for providing multiple ecosystem services: from concepts to design. Agronomy for Sustainable Development , 35: 607-623.DOI:10.1007/s13593-014-0272-z

Prudent M., Salon C., Souleimanov A., Emery R.J.N., Smith L.D. (2015) Soybean is less impacted by water stress using Bradyrhizobium japonicum and thuricin-17 from Bacillus thuringiensis. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 35: 749-757. DOI : 10.1007/s13593-014-0256-z 

Maillard A., Diquélou S., Billard V., Lainé P., Garnica M., Prudent M., Garcia-Mina J.M., Yvin J.C., Ourry A. (2015). Leaf mineral nutrient remobilization during leaf senescence and modulation by nutrient deficiency. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6 : 317. DOI=10.3389/fpls.2015.00317

Prudent M., Dai Z.W., Génard M., Bertin N., Causse M., Vivin, P (2014). Fruit size in relation to competition for resources: a common model shared by two species and several genotypes grown under contrasted carbohydrate levels. Ecological Modelling, 290: 54-64. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.10.023

Zancarini A., Mougel C., Voisin A.S., Prudent M., Salon C., Munier-Jolain N. (2012) Soil nitrogen availability modifies the nutrition strategies of the interaction between Medicago truncatula and the associated rhizosphere microbial communities. Plos One, 7 (10). DOI : 10.1371/journal.pone.0047096.

Prudent M., Lecomte A., Bertin N., Causse M., Génard M. (2011). Combining ecophysiological modelling and quantitative trait loci analysis to identify key elementary processes underlying tomato fruit sugar concentration, Journal of Experimental Botany, 62: 907-919.

Do P.T., Prudent M., Sulpice R., Causse M., Fernie A.R. (2010). The influence of fruit load on the tomato pericarp metabolome in a Solanum chmielewskii introgression line population, Plant Physiology, 154: 1128-1142.

Prudent M., Bertin N., Génard M., Muños S., Rolland S., Garcia V., Petit J., Baldet P., Rothan C. and Causse M. (2010). Genotype-dependent response of growing tomato fruit to carbon availability, Plant, Cell and Environment, 33: 1186–1204.

Prudent M., Causse, M., Génard, M., Tripodi, P., Grandillo, S., Bertin, N. (2009). Genetic and physiological analyses of tomato fruit weight and composition : influence of carbon availability on QTL detection, Journal of Experimental Botany, 60:923-937.

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Key words

Legumes; nitrogen nutrition; water stress; plant x microorganism interactions; recovery; resilience; memory effect; integrative biology; cost-benefit

Links

https://publons.com/researcher/1639507/marion-prudent/