J.-M. Bonneville

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Plants often respond to pathogens by sacrificing cells at the infection site. This type of programmed cell death is mimicked by the constitutive pathogene response5 (cpr5) mutant in Arabidopsis in the absence of pathogens, suggesting a role for CPR5 in programmed cell death control. The analysis of the cellular phenotypes of two T-DNA-tagged cpr5 alleles(More)
Following recommendations from studies on land-use issues in the tropics that were carried out by professors of the faculty of agriculture and food sciences, and of the faculty of forestry, geography and geomatics, Université Laval, Canada, a Master’s program in agroforestry was created in 1993 and implemented in 1996. This program of 45 credits leading to(More)
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