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graduate at Engenharia Agronômica from Universidade de São Paulo (2002) and ph.d. at Agronomy from Universidade de São Paulo (2007). Has experience in Agronomy, focusing on Agronomy, acting on the following subjects: agrobacterium, feijão, transformação genética, eucalyptus and celulose. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Transcriptomic and gene expression studies of the phytopathogenic system Phaseolus vulgaris vs Colletotrichum lindemuthianum that have been carried out in the Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology of CENA (USP) have revealed tissue-specific gene groups with a role in the common bean defense mechanism against the anthracnose pathogen. However, the pattern of decisive transcripts for t...
Due to the increasing market demand for products aiming at sustainable development, bamboo has shown great importance in this sector, mainly because it is a great renewable resource that can be applied in several areas. However, there are not enough plants to meet all this demand. Micropropagation, which is a good alternative to produce these plants on a large scale, is not very efficie...
The ability of plants to defend themselves against pathogens is of prime importance. In the case of an aggressive pathogen attack, a fast response could mean the difference between survival and death, so molecular events linked to an early response are critical for the survival of the plant. Phosphorylation of existing proteins is a method whereby a cell can respond quickly to a stimulu...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
TERCETI, Mateus de Souza. Diversidade bacteriana do gene 16S rRNA em carvão pirogênico de Terra Preta Antropogênica da Amazônia Central e Oriental. 2009. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Piracicaba. (06/06145-7)