Pierre Pétriacq

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EDUCATION

Research Associate. Animal and Plant Science,The University of Sheffield (UK).
PhD in Biology. (2011) Section Plant Physiology, Paris-Sud University, Orsay (France).
MSc in Integrative Biology. (2008) Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris (France).
BSc in Biology applied to Ecology. (2006) Paris-Sud University, Orsay (France).

KEY RESEARCH INTERESTS

PUBLICATIONS

Pétriacq P, de Bont L, Tcherkez G, Gakière B. (2013) NAD: not just a pawn on the board of plant‐pathogen interactions. Plant Sign. Behav. 8 (1) Online First.

Pétriacq P, de Bont L, Hager J, Didierlaurent L, Mauve C, Guérard F, Noctor G, Pelletier S, Renou JP, Tcherkez G, Gakière B. (2012) Inducible NAD overproduction in Arabidopsis alters metabolic pools and gene expression correlated with increased salicylate content and resistance to Pst‐AvrRpm1. Plant J. 70, 650‐665.

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.

Guérard F, Pétriacq P, Gakière B, Tcherkez G. (2011) Liquid chromatography/time‐of‐flight mass spectrometry for the analysis of plant samples: a method for simultaneous screening of common cofactors or nucleotides and application to an engineered plant line. Plant Physiol Biochem. 9, 1117‐1125.

CONTACT

Pierre Pétriacq

Animal and Plant Science Department
University of Sheffield
Alfred Denny Building
Western Bank
S10 2TN
Sheffield, UK, Europe

p.petriacq@sheffield.ac.uk

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