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Yvan Rahbé @ HAL


Hello,

I am a researcher at INRAE (ex INRA :-) since 1983.

Agricultural engineer and biochemist by training, I am an insect physiologist (INA-PG PhD thesis, currently AgroParisTech, in 1984) having worked at INSA Lyon since that date, with a few forays elsewhere: INRA Guadeloupe in 1985-1986 , U. Valencia in 2007.

I worked in 4 main areas of interaction biology, related to Plant Health, my scientific Department at INRAE.

- Plant-insect interactions and the mechanisms of resistance of plants to insects

- The biology of the bacterial trophic symbiosis  in insects, mainly on the Aphid / Buchnera model

- The biology of anti-insect toxins, mainly of plant origin

- The biology of the bacterial transmission by Hemiptera and aphids

Currently working in a CNRS Microbiology unit (MAP, UMR5240)

I will fill-in this page more completely another day :-)

Please direct yourself to my official short-CV page

http://cvscience.aviesan.fr/cv/1525/yvan-rahbe

 


"E. Guiderdoni"   

Journal articles1 document

  • J.A.E. Petit, G. Conéjéro, G. Duport, F. Gressent, Y. Rahbé, et al.. PA1b, a small knotted albumin from garden pea, protects transgenic rice against its major post-harvest insect pest Sitophilus oryzae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , National Academy of Sciences, 2009, in prep, pp.1-1. ⟨hal-00391469⟩

Conference papers1 document

  • J. Petit, G. Duport, Y. Rahbé, E. Guiderdoni, J.C. Breitler. Pea albumin 1b (PA1b), an entomotoxic cysteine-rich peptide, protects transgenic rice seeds against the stored-product pest Sitophilus oryzae. 5th International Rice Genetics Symposium & 3rd International Rice Functional Genomics Symposium, 2005, Manila (Philippines), novembre 2005, France. pp.1-1. ⟨hal-00391468⟩