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1- Granier C, Aguirrezabal L, Chenu K, Cookson SJ, Dauzat M, Hamard P, Thioux JJ, Rolland G, Bouchier-Combaud S, Lebaudy A, Muller B, Simonneau T & Tardieu F (2006) PHENOPSIS, an automated platform for reproducible phenotyping of plant responses to soil water deficit in Arabidopsis thaliana permitted the identification of an accession with low sensitivity to soil water deficit. New Phytologist, 169 (3): 623-635.

2- Aguirrezabal L, Bouchier-Combaud S, Radziejwoski A, Dauzat M, Cookson SJ & Granier C (2006) Plasticity to soil water deficit in Arabidopsis thaliana: dissection of leaf development into underlying growth dynamic and cellular variables reveals invisible phenotypes. Plant, Cell and Environment 29: 2216-2227.

3- Cookson SJ, Radziejwoski A, Granier C (2006) Cell and leaf size plasticity in Arabidopsis: what is the role of endoreduplication? Plant, Cell and Environment, 29: 1273-1283.

4- 4- Lechner L, Pereyra-Irujo G A, Granier C & Aguirrezabal LAN (2008) Rewatering plants after a long water-deficit treatment reveals that leaf epidermal cells retain their ability to expand after the leaf has apparently reached its final size. Annals of Botany 101: 1007-1015.

5- Tisné S., Reymond M., Vile D., Fabre J., Dauzat M., Koornneef M. & Granier C. (2008) Combined genetic and modeling approaches reveal that epidermal cell area and number in leaves are controlled by leaf and plant developmental processes in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 148, 1117-1127.

6- Granier C., Tardieu F. (2009) Multi-scale phenotyping of leaf expansion in response to environmental changes: the whole is more than the sum of parts. Plant Cell & Environment 32, 1175-1184.

7- Ghandilyan A, Barboza L, Tisné S, Granier C, Reymond M, Koornneef M, Schat H & Aarts MGM. (2009) Genetic analysis identifies quantitative trait loci controlling rosette mineral concentrations in Arabidopsis thaliana under drought. New Phytologist 184: 180-192.

8- Aubert et al. (2010) RD20, a Stress-Inducible Caleosin, Participates in Stomatal Control, Transpiration and Drought Tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Physiol 51: 1975-87.

9- Tisné S, Schmalenbach I, Reymond R, Dauzat M, Pervent M, Vile D & Granier C (2010) Keep on growing under drought: genetic and developmental bases of the response of rosette area using a recombinant inbred line population. Plant Cell & Environment 33: 1875-1887.

10- Wuyts N, Palauqui JC, Conejero G, Verdeil JL, Granier C & Massonnet C (2010) High-contrast three-dimensional imaging of the Arabidopsis leaf enables the analysis of cell dimensions in the epidermis and mesophyll. Plant Methods, 6: 17.

11- Massonnet C, Vile D, Fabre J, Hannah MA, Caldana C, Lisec J, Beemster GTS, Meyer RC, Messerli G, Gronlund JT, Perkovic J, Wigmore E, May S, Bevan MW, Meyer C, Rubio-Diaz S, Weigel D, Micol JL, Buchanan-Wollaston V, Fiorani F, Walsh S, Rinn R, Gruissem W, Hilson P, Hennig L, Willmitzer L & Granier C (2010) Probing the reproducibility of leaf growth and molecular phenotypes: a comparison of three Arabidopsis accessions cultivated in ten laboratories Plant Physiology 152, 2142-2157.

12- 12- Bourdenx et al. (2011) Overexpression of Arabidopsis CER1 promotes wax VLC-alkane biosynthesis and influences plant response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Plant Physiol 156: 29-45.

13- Fabre J, Dauzat M, Nègre V, Wuyts N, Tireau A, Gennari E, Neveu P, Tisné S, Massonnet C, Hummel I & Granier C (2011) PHENOPSIS DB: an Information System for Arabidopsis thaliana phenotypic data in an environmental context. BMC Plant Biology 11.

14- Tisné S, Barbier F & Granier C (2011) The ERECTA gene controls spatial and temporal patterns of epidermal cell number and size in successive developing leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana. Annals of Botany 108: 159-168.

15- Massonnet C, Tisné S, Radziejwoski A, Vile D, de Veylder L, Dauzat M & Granier C (2011) New Insights into the Control of Endoreduplication: Endoreduplication Is Driven by Organ Growth in Arabidopsis Leaves. Plant Physiology 157: 2044-2055.

16- Pantin F. (2011) Control of leaf expansion: a developmental switch from metabolics to hydraulics. Plant Physiol. 156(2):803-815.

17- Baerenfaller K., Massonnet C., Walsh S., Baginsky S., Bühlmann P.., Hennig L., Hirsch-Hoffmann M., Howell K.A., Kahlau S., Radziejwoski A., Russenberger D., Rutishauser D., Small I., Stekhoven D., Sulpice R., Svozil1 J., Wuyts N., Stitt M., Hilson P., Granier C. & Wilhelm G. (2012). Systems-based analysis of Arabidopsis leaf growth reveals adaptation to water deficit. Molecular Systems Biology. 8:606.

18- 18- Vasseur F, Violle C, Enquist B.J., Granier C & Vile D (2012) A common genetic basis to the origin of the leaf economics spectrum and metabolic scaling allometry. Ecology Letters 15(10):1149-1157.

19- Vile D., Pervent M., Belluau M., Vasseur F., Bresson J., Muller B., Granier C. & Simonneau T. (2012) Arabidopsis growth under prolonged high temperature and water deficit: independent or interactive effects? Plant Cell and Environment 35(4): 702-718.

20- Wuyts N, Massonnet C, Dauzat M & Granier C (2012) Structural assessment of the impact of environmental constraints on Arabidopsis leaf growth: a 3D approach. Plant Cell and Environment 35(9):1631-1646.

21- Lièvre M, Wuyts N, Cookson SJ, Bresson J, Dapp M, Vasseur F, Massonnet C, Tisne S, Bettembourg M, Balsera C, Bédiée A, Bouvery F, Dauzat M, Rolland G, Vile D and Granier C (2013) Phenotyping the kinematics of leaf development in flowering plants: recommendations and pitfalls. WIREs Dev Biol 2: 809-821.

22- Pantin F. et al. 2013. Developmental riming of stomatal sensitivity to abscisic acid by leaf microclimate.Curr. Biol. 23(18):1805-1811.

23- Bresson J. et al. (2013) The PGPR strain Phyllobacterium brassicacearum STM196 induces a reproductive delay and physiological changes that result in improved drought tolerance in Arabidopsis. New Phytol.,200(2): 558-569.

24- Pascal et al. (2013) The Arabidopsis cer26 mutant, like the cer2 mutant, is specifically affected in the very long chain fatty acid elongation process. Plant J 73: 733-46.

25- Vasseur, F., Bontpart, T., Dauzat, M., Granier, C., Vile, D. (2014) Multivariate genetic analysis of plant responses to water deficit and high temperature revealed contrasting adaptive strategies. Journal of Experimental Botany, 65 (22), 6457-6469.

26- Schmalenbach Inga, Zhang Lei, Reymond Matthieu, Jimenez-Gomez Jose M (2014) The relationship between flowering time and growth responses to drought in the Arabidopsis Landsberg erecta x Antwerp-1 population. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5-609.DOI=10.3389/fpls.2014.00609.

27- Massonnet, C., Dauzat, M., Bédiée, A., Vile, D., Granier, C. (2015) Individual leaf area of early flowering Arabidopsis genotypes is more affected by drought than late flowering ones: a multi-scale analysis in 35 genetically modified lines. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 6 (7), 955-971.

28- Dapp, M., Reinders, J., Bediee, A., Balsera, C., Bucher, E., Theiler, G., Granier, C., Paszkowski, J. (2015) Heterosis and inbreeding depression of epigenetic Arabidopsis hybrids. Nature Plants, 1.

29- Bresson, J., Vasseur, F., Dauzat, M., Koch, G., Granier, C., Vile, D. (2015) Quantifying spatial heterogeneity of chlorophyll fluorescence during plant growth and in response to water stress. Plant Methods, 11 (1), 23.

30- Baerenfaller, K., Massonnet, C., Hennig, L., Russenberger, D., Sulpice, R., Walsh, S., Stitt, M., Granier, C., Gruissem, W. (2015) A long photoperiod relaxes energy management in Arabidopsis leaf six. Current Plant Biology, 2, 34-45.

31- Bac-Molenaar, J. A., Vreugdenhil, D., Granier, C., Keurentjes, J. J. B. (2015) Genome-wide association mapping of growth dynamics detects time-specific and general quantitative trait loci. Journal of Experimental Botany, 66 (18), 5567-5580.

32- Lievre, M., Granier, C., Guédon, Y. (2016) Identifying developmental phases in the Arabidopsis thaliana rosette using integrative segmentation models. New Phytologist, 210 (4), 1466-1478.

33- Bac-Molenaar, J. A., Granier, C., Keurentjes, J. J. B., Vreugdenhil, D. (2016) Genome wide association mapping of time-dependent growth responses to moderate drought stress in Arabidopsis. Plant, Cell and Environment, 39 (1), 88-102.

34- Dambreville, A., Griolet, M., Rolland, G., Dauzat, M., Bédiée, A., Balsera, C., Muller, B., Vile, D., Granier, C. (published online) Phenotyping oilseed rape growth-related traits and their responses to water deficit: the disturbing pot size effect. Functional Plant Biology. FP16036.

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