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UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie

Frédéric Gévaudant (Dr)

Maître de Conférences


  • Date de naissance : 07 février 1973
  • Diplômes :
    2000 : Doctorat de l'Université Blaise Pascal (Clermont-Ferrand) en Physiologie et Génétique Végétales
  • Parcours :
    1996 - 2000 : Doctorat en Physiologie et Génétique Végétales, Clermont-Ferrand.
    2000 - 2003 : Post-Doctorat au laboratoire de Biochimie Physiologique de l’Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique.
    Depuis 2003 : Enseignant-Chercheur au laboratoire Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie UMR1332, Bordeaux.


Une des thématiques de recherche du laboratoire concerne l’étude des mécanismes du développement précoce du fruit de Tomate (Solanum Lycopersicum). La croissance de l’ovaire, qui donne naissance au fruit, peut être divisée en 2 phases distinctes. La première, faisant suite à la fécondation, est caractérisée par une intense activité de division cellulaire. Durant la deuxième phase, la croissance du fruit est essentiellement assurée par de l’expansion cellulaire, à la fin de cette phase le fruit a atteint sa taille quasi-définitive. Mes recherches sont principalement accès sur l’étude des facteurs participant au contrôle du cycle cellulaire et de la taille des cellules.


Membre élu du conseil de l’UFR des Sciences de la Vie de l’Université Bordeaux Segalen