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Alexis PORCHER

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Dr Alexis Porcher
Post-doc DEFI-Ondes in common with Institut PASCAL and INRAE of Clermont-Ferrand

Compétences en recherche

JResearch skills
I study the implications of oxidative homeostasis, in particular reactive oxygen species (ROS) metabolism (production and detoxification), in the developmental and adaptive responses of plants.  I am particularly interested in the involvement of ROS in the establishment of the architecture of ornamental plants through the process of bud break of rosebushes and its regulation by the environment, particularly by light.

  •     Analysis of reactive oxygen species
  •     Growth and development of plants
  •     Glutathione metabolism
  •     Real-time quantitative PCR

Publications

PORCHER A, GUERIN V, LEDUC N, LEBREC A, LOTHIER J, VIAN A. Ascorbate-glutathione pathways, mediated by cytokinin, regulate H2O2 level in light control in rose bud burst. Plant Physiology 186: 910–928 (2021) IF 6.90

PORCHER A, GUERIN V, MONTRICHARD F, LEBREC A, LOTHIER J, VIAN A. Ascorbate glutathione-dependent H2O2 scavenging is an important process in axillary bud outgrowth in rosebush. Annals of Botany 126:1049–1062 (2020) IF 4

ZANG L, MORENE-LE PAVEN MC, CLOCHARD T, PORCHER A, SATOUR P, MOJOVIC M, VIDOVIC M, LIMAMI A, MONTRICHARD F. Nitrate inhibits primary root growth by reducing accumulation of reactive oxygen species in the root tip in Medicago truncatula. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 146: 363-373 (2020) IF 3.72

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