Peter STREB

Peter Streb

Poste : Maître de Conférences

Équipe : Écophysiologie Végétale

Coordonnées :
Laboratoire Écologie, Systématique et Évolution – IDEEV
Bât. 680 – 12, route 128
91190 Gif Sur Yvette

Tél : +33 (0)1 69 15 56 81

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Email : peter.streb (at) universite-paris-saclay.fr

Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution

Activités de recherche

Adaptation et acclimatation aux contraintes environnementales abiotique (rayonnement, froid, chaud, salinité) en particulier chez les plantes alpines

J’étudie les mécanismes des plantes modèles qui leur permettent de tolérer les conditions extrêmes du climat. Ces études sont faites en comparaison de plantes cultivées sous conditions contrôlées et exposées au stress contrôlé au laboratoire, par exemple une comparaison entre Arabidopsis thaliana et Thellungiella salsuginea au stress salin. La majorité de travail est faite avec les plantes alpines (Soldanella alpina, Ranunulus glacialis et Geum montanum) dans leur milieu naturel (variation de la température et du rayonnement)

Dans chaque modèle j’étudie la réaction de la photosynthèse au changement extrême du climat. J’étudie le transport électronique, l’utilisation des électrons pour l’assimilation de carbone, la photorespiration et les voies alternatives ainsi que les possibilités de protéger l’appareil photosynthétique par les pigments (flavonoids et caroténoïdes) et l’émission de l’énergie en excès sous forme de chaleur.

Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution

Enseignement

L2 : Homme et Biodiversité
TD : Relation entre Stress et Plantes
Cours : Vie dans le climat extrême

L2 : physiologie végétale
TP : Pigments, photosynthèse

L3 : Métabolisme chez les végétaux
TP : Acclimatation à la lumière

L3 : Ecophysiologie végétale
TP : fluorescence chlorophyllienne
TD : méthodes générales en écophysiologie
Cours : la plante dans son environnement

L3 : Botanique appliqué au milieu naturel
TP : Acclimatation à la lumière (morphologie, anatomie, croissance, photosynthèse, pigments)

M1 : Ecologie fonctionnel
Cours : Ecophysiologie des plantes alpines

M1 : Méthodologie et mesures en écologie
TP : Hydrobiologie

M2 : Stage du Lautaret
TP : Caractérisation d’acclimatation chez les plantes alpines

Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution

Parcours

1994 : These, Université de Francfort
1994-2000 : chercheur contractuel à l’université de Francfort
1999-2000 : chercheur gratifié au CEA Grenoble
Depuis 2000 : Maitre de Conférence à l’université Paris sud
2003 : habilitation à la recherche université Paris Sud

Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution

Publications

Hertwig B., Streb P., Feierabend J. (1992) Light dependence of catalase synthesis and degradation in leaves and the influence of interfering stress conditions. Plant Physiol. 100: 1547-1553

Streb P., Michael-Knauf A., Feierabend J. (1993) Preferential photoinactivation of catalase and photoinhibition of photosystem II are common early symptoms under various osmotic and chemical stress conditions. Physiol. Plant. 88: 590-598

Kar M., Streb P., Hertwig B., Feierabend J. (1993) Sensitivity to photodamage increases during senescence in excised leaves. J. Plant Physiol. 141: 538-544

Streb P. (1994) Lichtschäden und Streßwirkungen in Blättern und antioxidative Schutzmechanismen. Dissertation am Fachbereich Biologie der J.W. Goethe Universität

Streb P., Feierabend J. (1996) Oxidative stress responses accompanying photoinactivation of catalase in NaCl-treated rye leaves. Bot. Acta 109: 125-132

Heber U., Bligny R., Streb P., Douce R. (1996) Photorespiration is essential for the protection of the photosynthetic apparatus of C3 plants against photoinactivation under sunlight. Bot. Acta 109: 307-315

Streb P., Schaub H., Feierabend J. (1996) Latent oxidative stress responses of ozone-fumigated cucumber plants are enhanced by simultaneous cold exposures. Z. Naturforsch. 51c: 355-362

Feierabend J., Streb P., Schmidt M., Dehne S., Shang W. (1996) Expression of catalase and its relation to light stress and stress tolerance. In: Physical Stresses in Plants (S. Grillo, A. Leone, eds) Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg : 223-234

Streb P., Tel Or. E., Feierabend J. (1997) Light stress effects and antioxidative protection in two desert plants. Funct. Ecol. 11: 416-424

Streb P., Feierabend J., Bligny R. (1997) Resistance to photoinhibition of photosystem II and catalase and antioxidative protection in high mountain plants. Plant Cell Environ. 20: 1030-1040

Jagtap V., Bhargava S., Streb P., Feierabend J. (1998) Comparative effect of water, heat and light stresses on photosynthetic reactions in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench. J. Exp. Bot. 49: 1715-1721

Streb P., Feierabend J. (1998) Effects of cold hardening on antioxidative protection and on the susceptibility to photoinhibition. In: Antioxidants in Higher Plants. Biosynthesis, Characteristics, Actions and Specific Functions in Stress Defence. (Noga G., Schmitz M., eds): 82-91

Streb P., Shang W., Feierabend J. (1998) Light and stress tolerance in high mountain plants is achieved by multiple strategies. In: G. Garab(ed.) Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dooodrecht Vol V: 4007-4010

Streb P., Shang W., Feierabend J., Bligny R. (1998) Divergent strategies of photoprotection in high-mountain plants. Planta 207: 313-324

Streb P., Feierabend J. (1999) Significance of antioxidants and electron sinks for the cold-hardening-induced resistance of winter rye leaves to photo-oxidative stress. Plant Cell Environ. 22: 1225-1237

Streb P., Shang W., Feierabend J. (1999) Resistance of cold-hardened winter rye leaves (Secale cereale L.) to photo-oxidative stress. Plant Cell Environ. 22: 1211-1223

Streb P., Aubert S., Gout E., Bligny R. (2003a) Reversibility of cold- and light-stress tolerance and accompanying changes of metabolite and antioxidant levels in the two high mountain plant species Soldanella alpina and Ranunculus glacialis. J. Exp. Bot. 54: 405-418

Streb P., Aubert S., Gout E., Bligny R. (2003b) Cold- and light-induced changes of metabolite and antioxidant levels in two high mountain plant species Soldanella alpina and Ranunculus glacialis and a lowland species Pisum sativum. Physiol. Plant. 118: 96-104

Crecelius F., Streb P., Feierabend J. (2003) Malate metabolism and reactions of oxidoreduction in cold-hardened winter rye (Secale cereale L.) leaves. J. Exp. Botany 54: 1075-1083

Streb P., Aubert S., Bligny R. (2003c) High temperature effects on light sensitivity in the two high mountain plant species Soldanella alpina (L.) and Ranunculus glacialis (L.). Plant Biol. 5, 432-440

Streb P.,  Josse E.-M., Gallouët E., Baptist F., Kuntz M., Cornic G. (2005) Evidence for alternative electron sinks to photosynthetic carbon assimilation in the high mountain plant species Ranunculus glacialis. Plant, Cell Environment 28, 1123-1135

Priault, C. Fresneau, G. Noctor, R. DePaepe, G. Cornic, P. Streb (2006) The mitochondrial CMSII mutation of Nicotiana sylvestris impairs adjustment of photosynthetic carbon assimilation to higher growth irradiance. Journal of Experimental Botany, 57, 2075-2085

Priault, G. Tcherkez, G. Cornic, R. De Paepe, R. Naik, J. Ghashghaie and P. Streb (2006) The lack of mitochondrial complex I in a CMSII mutant of Nicotiana sylvestris increases photorespiration through an increased internal resistance to CO2 diffusion. Journal of Experimental Botany 57, 3195-3207

Nogues S., Tcherkez G., Streb P., Pardo A., Baptist F., Bligny R., Ghashghaie J. and Cornic G. (2006) Respiratory carbon metabolism in the high mountain plant species Ranunculus glacialis Journal of Experimental Botany 57, 3837-3845

Streb P., Aubert S., Gout E., Feierabend J., Bligny R.(2008) Cross tolerance to heavy-metal and cold-induced photoinhibiton in leaves of Pisum sativum acclimated to low temperature. Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants 14, 185-193

Rivasseau C., Seemann M., Boisson A.-M., Streb P.,Gout E., Douce R., Rohmer M., Bligny R (2009) Accumulation of 2-C-methyl-D-erythritol 2,4-cyclodiphosphate in illuminated plant leaves at supraoptimal temperatures reveals a bottleneck of the prokaryotic methylerythritol 4-phosphate pathway of isoprenoid biosynthesis. Plant, Cell and Environment  32, 82–92

Baptist, C. Flahaut, P. Streb, P. Choler (2010) No increase in alpine snowbed productivity in response to experimental lengthening of the growing season. Plant Biology 12, 755-764

Laureau C., Bligny R., Streb P. (2011) The significance of glutathione for photoprotection at contrasting temperatures in the alpine plant species Soldanella alpina and Ranunculus glacialis Physiologia Plantarum 143 : 246-260

Djebbar R., Rzigui T., Pétriacq P., Mauve C.,Priault P., Fresneau C., De Paepe M., Florez-Sarasa I., Benhassaine-Kesri G., Streb P., Gakière B., Cornic G., De Paepe R. (2012) Respiratory complex I deficiency induces drought tolerance by impacting leaf stomatal and hydraulic conductances Planta 235: 603-614

Streb P. & Cornic G. (2012) Photosynthesis and Antioxidative Protection in Alpine Herbs. In Lütz C. (Ed) Plants in Alpine Regions: Cell Physiology of Adaptation and Survival Strategies, Springer Wien New York pp 75-97

 Ensminger I., Berninger F., Streb P. (2012) Response of photosynthesis to low temperature. In: Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment:  A Molecular, Physiological and Ecological Approach. (ED: Jaume Flexas, Francesco Loreto & Hipólito Medrano) Cambridge University Press, pp 272-289

Berninger F., Streb P., Ensminger I. (2012) Ecophysiology of photosynthesis in boreal zones and high altitudes. In: Terrestrial photosynthesis in a changing environment:  A Molecular, Physiological and Ecological Approach. (ED: Jaume Flexas, Francesco Loreto & Hipólito Medrano) Cambridge University Press, pp 488-505

Laureau C.,  De Paepe R., Latouche G., Moreno-Chacón M., Finazzi G., Kuntz M., Cornic G., Streb P. (2013) Plastid terminal oxidase (PTOX) has the potential to act as a safety valve for excess excitation energy in the alpine plant species Ranunculus glacialis L. Plant, Cell and Environment 36, 1296-1310

Rzigui T., De Paepe R., Cornic G., Streb P. (2013) In the mitochondrial CMSII mutant Nicotiana sylvestris photosynthetic activity remains higher than in the WT under persisting mild water stress. Plant Science 205-206, 20-28

Laureau C.,  Meyer S., Baudin X., Huignard C., Streb P. (2015) In vivo epidermal UV-A absorbance is induced by sunlight and protects Soldanella alpina leaves from photoinhibition. Functional Plant Biology, 42, 599-608 http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/FP14240

Feilke K., Streb P., Cornic G., Perreau F., Kruk J., Krieger-Liszkay A. (2016) Effect of Chamydomonas plastid terminal oxidase 1 expressed in tobacco on photosynthetic electron transfer. The Plant Journal 85, 219-228 DOI: 10.1111/tpj.13101

Jaleh Ghashghaie, Franz W. Badeck, Cyril Girardin, Christophe Huignard, Zackarie Aydinlis, Charlotte Fonteny, Pierrick Priault, Chantal Fresneau, Marlène Lamothe-Sibold, Peter Streb and Valery J. Terwilliger (2016) Changes and their possible causes in δ13C of dark-respired CO2 and its putative bulk and soluble sources during maize ontogeny. Journal of Experimental Botany 67, 2603-2615 doi:10.1093/jxb/erw075