Mathieu ROUSSEAU-GUEUTIN


Post-doc

UMR ECOBIO CNRS 6553, Bât14A
Université de Rennes 1
263 AVE du Général Leclerc
CS 74205
35042 Rennes Cedex
FRANCE

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mail: mathieu.rousseau@univ-rennes1.fr
Mathieu ROUSSEAU


ACTIVITES
Keywords: plant evolution, polyploidy, endosymbiosis, duplicated genes and genomes dynamics.

Research interests:
• Impact of reticulate evolution (allopolyploidy and endosymbiosis) on plant genome evolution.
• Evolutionary fate of duplicated genes (sequence evolution, gene expression, neofunctionalisation) and genomes.
• Evolutionary dynamics of organellar genomes and functional gene transfer of chloroplast genes to the nucleus.
• Plant molecular phylogeny.

Documents:
M. Rousseau-Gueutin et al. (2013) “Potential functional replacement of the plastidic accD gene by recent transfers to the nucleus in some angiosperm lineages.” Plant Physiology 161, 1918-1929 - link.
• D. Wang*, M. Rousseau-Gueutin* and J.N. Timmis (2012) “Plastidic sequences contribute to some plant mitochondrial genes.” Molecular Biology and Evolution 29 (7), 1707-1711 - link.
M. Rousseau-Gueutin, M.A. Ayliffe and J.N. Timmis (2011). “Conservation of plastid sequences in the plant nuclear genome for millions of years facilitates endosymbiotic evolution.” Plant Physiology 157 (4), 2181-2193 - link.
M. Rousseau-Gueutin et al. (2009) “Tracking the evolutionary history of polyploid strawberries (Fragaria L.): new insights from phylogenetic analyses of low-copy nuclear genes.” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51, 515-530 - link.
M. Rousseau-Gueutin et al. (2008) “Comparative genetic mapping between octoploid and diploid Fragaria species reveals a high level of colinearity between their genomes and the essentially disomic behavior of the cultivated octoploid strawberry.” Genetics 179, 2045-2060 - link.

Useful Links:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mathieu_Rousseau-Gueutin/
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=b5q1mcUAAAAJ&hl=fr