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Functional characterization of plant-pathogen interactions - GAFL - GAP - INRA
Montfavet - France

Last database update for these data: 2008-06-06 - Data extracted on 2010-03-12 from the database.

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Name: (French) Caractérisation fonctionnelle des interactions plantes-bioagresseurs
Name: Functional characterization of plant-pathogen interactions - GAFL - GAP - INRA
Type: Research unit group
Head: Carole Caranta (Leader)
Catherine Dogimont (Leader)
URL: Group Web page
Domaine St Maurice
BP 94
84143 Montfavet Cedex
Postal code: 84143
City: Montfavet
Country: France
Legal entity: No
Domains: ResistVir All domains
Permanent scientists:5.0not recorded
Permanent other than scientists:8.0not recorded
PhD students:2.0not recorded
Postdoc positions:1.0not recorded
Total scientists:8.0not recorded
Total:16.0not recorded
Organizations, centres or groups on which depends this group: Research Unit for Genetic Improvement of Fruit and Vegetables - GAP - INRA
Plant Breeding and Genetics Department - INRA
French National Institute for Agricultural Research
Research Centre INRA Avignon - INRA
Viruses studied
Viruses Host plants
Cucumber mosaic virus
Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus
Melon necrotic spot virus
Papaya ringspot virus
Pepper mottle virus
Pepper veinal mottle virus
Potato virus Y
Tobacco etch virus
Turnip mosaic virus
Wisteria vein mosaic virus
Arabidopsis thaliana
Cucumis melo
Areas of expertise and used technologies
No: Category Description
1: Biochemistry Secondary metabolites and proteomics
2: Plant transformation and tissue culture Plant transformation
3: Experimental facilities Fields, greenhouses, growth chambers
4: Genetic mapping and QTL analysis Construction of genetic linkage maps with molecular markers and genes & QTLs localization
5: Molecular biology classical molecular techniques including molecular markers