Benoit Landrein
Benoit Landrein
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Mechanical stress acts via katanin to amplify differences in growth rate between adjacent cells in Arabidopsis
M Uyttewaal, A Burian, K Alim, B Landrein, D Borowska-Wykręt, A Dedieu, ...
Cell 149 (2), 439-451, 2012
Cell size and growth regulation in the Arabidopsis thaliana apical stem cell niche
L Willis, Y Refahi, R Wightman, B Landrein, J Teles, KC Huang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (51), E8238-E8246, 2016
Receptor kinase THESEUS1 is a rapid alkalinization factor 34 receptor in Arabidopsis
M Gonneau, T Desprez, M Martin, VG Doblas, L Bacete, F Miart, ...
Current Biology 28 (15), 2452-2458. e4, 2018
How mechanical stress controls microtubule behavior and morphogenesis in plants: history, experiments and revisited theories
B Landrein, O Hamant
The Plant Journal 75 (2), 324-338, 2013
Mechanical stress contributes to the expression of the STM homeobox gene in Arabidopsis shoot meristems
B Landrein, A Kiss, M Sassi, A Chauvet, P Das, M Cortizo, P Laufs, ...
Elife 4, e07811, 2015
Nitrate modulates stem cell dynamics in Arabidopsis shoot meristems through cytokinins
B Landrein, P Formosa-Jordan, A Malivert, C Schuster, CW Melnyk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (6), 1382-1387, 2018
Cracking the elusive alignment hypothesis: the microtubule–cellulose synthase nexus unraveled
M Bringmann, B Landrein, C Schudoma, O Hamant, MT Hauser, ...
Trends in plant science 17 (11), 666-674, 2012
An epidermis-driven mechanism positions and scales stem cell niches in plants
J Gruel, B Landrein, P Tarr, C Schuster, Y Refahi, A Sampathkumar, ...
Science advances 2 (1), e1500989, 2016
Mechanical control of morphogenesis at the shoot apex
S Robinson, A Burian, E Couturier, B Landrein, M Louveaux, ...
Journal of experimental botany 64 (15), 4729-4744, 2013
Impaired cellulose synthase guidance leads to stem torsion and twists phyllotactic patterns in Arabidopsis
B Landrein, R Lathe, M Bringmann, C Vouillot, A Ivakov, A Boudaoud, ...
Current Biology 23 (10), 895-900, 2013
Meristem size contributes to the robustness of phyllotaxis in Arabidopsis
B Landrein, Y Refahi, F Besnard, N Hervieux, V Mirabet, A Boudaoud, ...
Journal of experimental botany 66 (5), 1317-1324, 2015
Global topological order emerges through local mechanical control of cell divisions in the Arabidopsis shoot apical meristem
MDB Jackson, S Duran-Nebreda, D Kierzkowski, S Strauss, H Xu, ...
Cell systems 8 (1), 53-65. e3, 2019
WUSCHEL in the shoot apical meristem: old player, new tricks
FL Lopes, C Galvan-Ampudia, B Landrein
Journal of Experimental Botany 72 (5), 1527-1535, 2021
Connected through the force: mechanical signals in plant development
B Landrein, G Ingram
Journal of Experimental Botany 70 (14), 3507-3519, 2019
Alteration of olfactory perceptual learning and its cellular basis in aged mice
M Moreno, M Richard, B Landrein, J Sacquet, A Didier, N Mandairon
Neurobiology of aging 35 (3), 680-691, 2014
Interplay between miRNA regulation and mechanical stress for CUC gene expression at the shoot apical meristem
K Fal, B Landrein, O Hamant
Plant signaling & behavior 11 (3), e1127497, 2016
Imaging the living plant cell: from probes to quantification
L Colin, R Martin-Arevalillo, S Bovio, A Bauer, T Vernoux, MC Caillaud, ...
The Plant Cell 34 (1), 247-272, 2022
The interaction of transcription factors controls the spatial layout of plant aerial stem cell niches
J Gruel, J Deichmann, B Landrein, T Hitchcock, H Jönsson
NPJ Systems Biology and Applications 4 (1), 36, 2018
Visualization of protein coding, long noncoding, and nuclear RNAs by fluorescence in situ hybridization in sections of shoot apical meristems and developing flowers
W Yang, C Schuster, N Prunet, Q Dong, B Landrein, R Wightman, ...
Plant physiology 182 (1), 147-158, 2020
Revisiting the relationship between turgor pressure and plant cell growth
O Ali, I Cheddadi, B Landrein, Y Long
New Phytologist 238 (1), 62-69, 2023
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