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Damerval C., Citerne H., Conde E Silva N., Deveaux Y., Delannoy E., Joets J., Simonnet F., Staedler Y., Schonenberger J., Yansouni J., Le Guilloux M., Sauquet H. and Nadot S. (2019) Unraveling the Developmental and Genetic Mechanisms Underpinning Floral Architecture in Proteaceae. Front Plant Sci, 10 18. 10 18. doi:10.3389/fpls.2019.00018


Damerval C., Ben Othman W., Manicacci D., Jabbour F. (2018) Distribution area of the two floral morphs of Nigella damascena L. (Ranunculaceae): A diachronic study using herbarium specimens collected in France. Bot Lett, 165 (3-4) 396-403.


Damerval C. and Becker, A. (2017) Genetics of flower development in Ranunculales - a new, basal eudicot model order for studying flower evolution. New Phytol, 2016 (2) 361-366. DOI 10.1111/nph.14401. Review

Damerval C., Nadot S. (2017) Letter to the 21st century botanist: "What is a flower?" 6. The evo-devo of floral symmetry. Botany Letters, 164 (3) 193-196.

Denis E, Kbiri N, Mary V, Claisse G, Conde E Silva N, Kreis M, Deveaux Y. (2017) WOX14 promotes bioactive gibberellin synthesis and vascular cell differentiation in Arabidopsis. Plant J, 90 (3) 560-572.

Citerne H.L., Reyes E., Le Guilloux M., Delannoy E., Simonnet F., Sauquet H., Weston P.H., Nadot S., Damerval C. (2017) Characterization of CYCLOIDEA-like genes in Proteaceae, a basal eudicot family with multiple shifts in floral symmetry.  Ann Bot, 119 (3) 367-378.


Cossart G., Sannier J., Sauquet H., Damerval C., Ronse de Craene L., Jabbour F., Nadot S. (2016) Subfamilial and tribal relationships of Ranunculaceae: evidence from eight molecular markers. Plant Syst Evol, 302 (4) 419–431.


Deroin T., Damerval C., Le Guilloux M., Jabbour F. (2015) Floral vascular patterns of the double-flowered and wild-type morphs of Nigella damascena L. (Ranunculaceae). Modern Phytomorphology, 7 13-20.

Jabbour F., Nadot S., Espinosa F., Damerval C. (2015) Ranunculacean flower terata: Records, a classification, and some clues about floral developmental genetics and evolution. Flora, 217 64-74.

Jabbour F., Udron M., Le Guilloux M., Goncalves B., Manicacci D., Nadot S., Damerval C. (2015) Flower development schedule and AGAMOUS-like gene expression patterns in two morphs of Nigella damascena (Ranunculaceae) differing in floral architecture. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 178 (4) 608-619.

Sauquet H., Carrive L., Poullain N., Sannier J., Damerval C., Nadot S. (2015) Zygomorphy evolved from disymmetry in Fumarioideae (Papaveraceae, Ranunculales): new evidence from an expanded molecular phylogenetic framework. Ann Bot, 115 (6) 895-914.

Années antérieures à la création de l'équipe G2MorF

Jabbour F., Cossard G., Le Guilloux M., Sannier J., Nadot S., Damerval C. (2014) Specific duplication and dorsoventrally asymmetric expression patterns of cycloidea-like genes in zygomorphic species of ranunculaceae. PLoS One, 9 (4) e95727.

Citerne H. L., Le Guilloux M., Sannier J., Nadot S., Damerval C. (2013) Combining phylogenetic and syntenic analyses for understanding the evolution of TCP ECE genes in eudicots. PLoS One, 8 (9) e74803.

Damerval, C., Citerne, H., Le Guilloux, M., Domenichini, S., Dutheil, J., Ronse de Craene, L. and Nadot, S. (2013) Asymmetric morphogenetic cues along the transverse plane: shift from disymmetry to zygomorphy in the flower of Fumarioideae. Am J Bot, 100 (2) 391-402.

Gonçalves, B., Nougué, O., Jabbour, F., Ridel, C., Morin, H., Laufs, P., Manicacci, D. and Damerval, C. (2013) An Apetala3 homolog controls both petal identity and floral meristem patterning in Nigella damascena L. (Ranunculaceae). Plant J, 76 (2) 223-35.

Corbi, J., Dutheil, J. Y., Damerval, C., Tenaillon, M. I. and Manicacci, D. (2012) Accelerated evolution and coevolution drove the evolutionary history of AGPase sub-units during angiosperm radiation. Ann Bot, 109 (4) 693-708.

Becker, A., Alix, K. and Damerval, C. (2011) The evolution of flower development: current understanding and future challenges. Ann Bot, 107 (9) 1427-31.

Hasson, A., Plessis, A., Blein, T., Adroher, B., Grigg, S., Tsiantis, M., Boudaoud, A., Damerval, C. and Laufs, P. (2011) Evolution and diverse roles of the CUP-SHAPED COTYLEDON genes in Arabidopsis leaf development. Plant Cell, 23 (1) 54-68.

Citerne, H., Jabbour, F., Nadot, S. and Damerval, C. (2010) The Evolution of Floral Symmetry. In Advances in Botanical Research, vol. 54. Kader, J. C. and Delseny, M. (Ed.). Academic Press Ltd-Elsevier Science Ltd, London. p 85-137.

Albertin, W., Langella, O., Joets, J., Negroni, L., Zivy, M., Damerval, C. and Thiellement, H. (2009) Comparative proteomics of leaf, stem, and root tissues of synthetic Brassica napus. Proteomics, 9 (3) 793-9.

Jabbour, F., Nadot, S. and Damerval, C. (2009) Evolution of floral symmetry: a state of the art. C R Biol, 332 (2-3) 219-31.

Jabbour, F., Ronse De Craene, L. P., Nadot, S. and Damerval, C. (2009) Establishment of zygomorphy on an ontogenic spiral and evolution of perianth in the tribe Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae). Ann Bot, 104 (5) 809-22.

Manicacci, D., Camus-Kulandaivelu, L., Fourmann, M., Arar, C., Barrault, S., Rousselet, A., Feminias, N., Consoli, L., Frances, L., Mechin, V., Murigneux, A., Prioul, J. L., Charcosset, A. and Damerval, C. (2009) Epistatic interactions between Opaque2 transcriptional activator and its target gene CyPPDK1 control kernel trait variation in maize. Plant Physiol, 150 (1) 506-20.

Jabbour, F., Damerval, C. and Nadot, S. (2008) Evolutionary trends in the flowers of Asteridae: is polyandry an alternative to zygomorphy? Ann Bot, 102 (2) 153-65.

Prioul, J. L., Mechin, V. and Damerval, C. (2008) Molecular and biochemical mechanisms in maize endosperm development: the role of pyruvate-Pi-dikinase and Opaque-2 in the control of C/N ratio. C R Biol, 331 (10) 772-9.

Prioul, J. L., Mechin, V., Lessard, P., Thevenot, C., Grimmer, M., Chateau-Joubert, S., Coates, S., Hartings, H., Kloiber-Maitz, M., Murigneux, A., Sarda, X., Damerval, C. and Edwards, K. J. (2008) A joint transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolic analysis of maize endosperm development and starch filling. Plant Biotechnol J, 6 (9) 855-69.