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THOMPSON Richard

THOMPSON Richard
Pôle : GEAPSI
Equipe : Remplissage de la graine, remobilisation NS, et stress abiotiques de fin de cycle
Courriel : richard.thompson@inrae.fr
Tel : 03.80.69.31.41

Curriculum vitae

1974: B.Sc. Biochimie (University of Birmingham, R-U)

1979 : Ph.D. spécialité Biologie Moléculaire (University of Edinburgh, R-U)

1978-1986: HSO/SSO: BBSRC, Plant Breeding Institute (Cambridge, R-U)

1986-2001 : Chef d’équipe, Max-Planck Institut für Züchtungsforschung (Köln, Allemagne).

1993 : Habilitation en Génétique: (Universität zu Köln, Allemagne).

01/2002 – 12/2010 : Directeur d’Unité, INRA-ENESAD UR Genetics and Ecophysiology of Grain Legumes,  (Dijon, France).

01/2011 : DR2 INRA, UMR1347 Agroécologie, Dijon

01/2019 : Editor-in-chief, Legume Science

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Activités de Recherche

Afin de comprendre les mécanismes impliqués dans la régulation de l’accumulation des protéines de réserve et le rendement chez les légumineuses, nous avons identifiés plusieurs facteurs de régulation exprimés dans la phase-clé entre la fin de l’embryogénèse et le début du remplissage. Pour caractériser les gènes responsables, mais aussi pour la communauté plus largement, nous avons créé des populations des ressources mutantes et les organisées pour permettre les criblages « TILLING », ceci chez le pois de printemps (var. Caméor) et hiver (Hr336/11), et pour la légumineuse modèle, Medicago truncatula.  Récemment, (projet FUI, LEG’UP), nous étudions le contrôle génétique de composants du goût « vert » chez le pois. Ainsi, à partir de lignées TILLING, nous avons démontré les rôles de deux gènes-clefs impliqués dans la biosynthèse des saponines.

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Activités d'enseignement

Réalisation d’environ 20h de séminaires en M1 et M2, notamment pour le M2 Mixte « Biologie Intégrative des Interactions Plante-Microbe-Environnement » de l’Université de Bourgogne-Franche Comté. Je suis responsable pour l’élaboration d’un module en Biotechnologies d’un 50aine d’heures, je tiens des cours magistraux et TD (6h) et travaux pratiques (6h) en génétique moléculaire, et je participe à l’encadrement et aux jurys d’évaluation des étudiants.

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Mots clés

Seed, endosperm, regulation, legume, taste, saponin, transcription, 

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Publications

Noguero M., Le Signor C., Vernoud V., Bandyopadhyay K., Sanchez M., Fu C., Torres-Jerez I., Wen J., Mysore K.S., Gallardo K., Udvardi M., Thompson R., Verdier J. (2015). DASH transcription factor impacts Medicago truncatula seed size by its action on embryo morphogenesis and auxin homeostasis. Plant J. 81:453-466.

Vernié T., Camut S., Camps C., Rembliere C., de Carvalho-Niebel F., Mbengue M., Timmers T., Gasciolli V., Thompson R., Le Signor C., Lefebvre B., Cullimore J., Hervé C. (2016). PUB1 interacts with the receptor kinase DMI2 and negatively regulates rhizobial and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses through its ubiquitination activity in Medicago truncatula. Plant Physiol. 170:2312-2324.

Le Signor C., Aimé D., Bordat A., Belghazi M., Labas V., Gouzy J., Young N.D., Prosperi J.-M., Leprince O., Thompson R.D., Buitink J., Burstin J., Gallardo K. (2017). Genome-wide association studies with proteomics data reveal genes important for synthesis, transport and packaging of globulins in legume seeds. New Phytol. 214:1597-1613.

McAdam E.L., Meitzel T., Quittenden L.J., Davidson S.E., Dalmais M., Bendahmane A.I., Thompson R., Smith J.J., Nichols D.S., Urquhart S., Gelinas-Marion A., Aubert G., Ross J.J. (2017). Evidence that auxin is required for normal seed size and starch synthesis in pea. New Phytol. 216:193-204.

Kirienko A.N., Porozovz Y.B., Malkov N.V., Akhtemova G.A., Le Signor C., Thompson R., Saffray C., Dalmais M., Bendahmane A., Tikhonovich I.A., Dolgikh E.A. (2018). Role of a receptor-like kinase K1 in pea Rhizobium symbiosis development. Planta. 248:1101-1120.

Kirienko A.N., Vishnevskaya N.A., Kitaeva A.B., Shtark O.Y., Kozyulina P.Y., Thompson R., Dalmais M., Bendahmane A., Tikhonovich I.A., Dolgikh E.A. (2019). Structural Variations in LysM Domains of LysM-RLK PsK1 May Result in a Different Effect on Pea-Rhizobial Symbiosis Development. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 20:20.

 

liens externes

http://legato-fp7.eu/

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/26396181