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- Girard, Chloé, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology 2019 v.94 no.2 pp. 505-515
- acetates; anaerobic digestion; biochar; ferric chloride; food waste; iron; methane production; propionic acid; volatile fatty acids
- ... BACKGROUND: Although anaerobic digestion is a promising alternative for the valorization of complex substrates such as food waste, this process is yet to be optimized and options for its stabilization must be developed. This study assessed for the first time if the combined addition of biochar and trace elements in the form of an industrial FeCl₃ solution could serve as a method for stabilizing fo ...
- Girard, Chloé, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of experimental botany 2013 v.64 no.1 pp. 55-65
- chromosomes; genes; inheritance (genetics); meiosis; plant breeding
- ... Meiosis is at the heart of Mendelian heredity. Recently, much progress has been made in the understanding of this process, in various organisms. In the last 15 years, the functional characterization of numerous genes involved in meiosis has dramatically deepened our knowledge of key events, including recombination, the cell cycle, and chromosome distribution. Through a constantly advancing tool se ...
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- Girard, Chloé, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Science 2012 v.336 no.6088 pp. 1588-1590
- Arabidopsis thaliana; Fanconi anemia; Schizosaccharomyces pombe; chromosomes; crossing over; genome; germ cells; humans; meiosis; yeasts
- ... No Crossing Over To ensure the correct division of chromosome during the reduction division of meiosis, homologous chromosomes undergo double-strand breaks that—through crossing over and recombination—link the homologs together (and importantly introduce diversity into the genomes of gametes). But only a minority of these crossovers results in recombination—most are directed into non-crossover pat ...