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UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie

Pierre Pétriacq (Dr)

Pierre PETRIACQ
Scientific Director of Bordeaux Metabolome, INRAE Bordeaux Nouvelle Aquitaine - Associate Professor (Maitre de Conférences), Université de Bordeaux
CV
  • Date de naissance : 13 Mars 1985
  • Diplômes : Doctorat de Biologie, Université Paris-Sud (2011) ; Master de Biologie Intégrative et Physiologie, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (2008) ; Licence de Biologie des Organismes, Université Paris-Sud 11 (2006)
  • Parcours : Associate Professor, Uni. Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FR (2017) ; Group Leader in Plant Metabolomics, P3 Institute, Sheffield, UK (2016 – 2017) ; Postdoctoral Research Associate, Uni. of Sheffield, UK (2013 – 2016) ; Assistant Professor, Plant Biology Institute, Uni. Paris-Sud, Orsay, FR (2011 – 2012) ; PhD in Plant Biology, Plant Biology Institute, Uni. Paris-Sud, Orsay, FR (2008 – 2011)

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CONTACTS

+33 (0)5 57 12 25 75

pierre.petriacq@inrae.fr

RESEARCH TOPIC

As a plant biochemist, I study how plants adjust their metabolism during developmental processes and in response to a fluctuating environment by extensively exploiting metabolomics to a range of plant species including crops (tomato, maize, wheat, sunflower, Arabidopsis). My current research at INRAE Bordeaux particularly focuses on redox metabolism and its quantitative integration to plant performance (e.g. development, stress responses). For more information please visit our Metabolism Team Homepage.

Petriacq-Redox

As an Associate Professor, I teach biochemistry and plant biology at the University of Bordeaux. I am also the scientific director of Bordeaux Metabolome, a facility dedicated to metabolomics of plants and plant-derived products, and involved in the French Infrastructure in Metabolomics and Fluxomics MetaboHUB.

PUBLICATIONS

Liste des publications sur le Portail HAL-INRAE

Here are the main publications for the last 5 years (a complete and updated list is available here).

2020

Moing A, Pétriacq P, Osorio S (2020) Special Issue on “Fruit Metabolism and Metabolomics.” Metabolites 10, 230. Metabolites. 10: 230.

Mageroy MH, Wilkinson SW, Tengs T, Cross H, Almvik M, Pétriacq P, Vivian-Smith A, Zhao T, Fossdal CG, Krokene P (2020) Molecular underpinnings of methyl jasmonate-induced resistance in Norway spruce. Plant Cell Environ. doi: 10.1111/pce.13774.

Luna E, Flandin A, Cassan C, Prigent S, Chevanne C, Kadiri CF, Gibon Y, Pétriacq P (2020) Metabolomics to exploit the primed immune system of tomato fruit. Metabolites. 11: 146.

Fernie A.R, Hashida S, Yoshimura K, Gakière B, Mou Z, Pétriacq P (2020) Editorial: NAD Metabolism and Signaling in Plants. Front Plant Sci. 11: 146.

2019

Decros G, Beauvoit B, Colombié S, Cabasson C, Bernillon S, Arrivault S, Guenther M, Belouah I, Prigent S, Baldet P, Gibon Y, Pétriacq P* (2019b) Regulation of Pyridine Nucleotide Metabolism During Tomato Fruit Development Through Transcript and Protein Profiling. Front Plant Sci. 10: 1201.

Decros G, Baldet P, Beauvoit B, Stevens R, Flandin A, Colombié S, Gibon Y, Pétriacq P* (2019a) Get the Balance Right: ROS Homeostasis and Redox Signalling in Fruit. Front Plant Sci. 10: 1091.

Williams A, Cotton T.E.A, Ton J, Pétriacq P (2019) An Adjustable Protocol to Analyze Chemical Profiles of Non-sterile Rhizosphere Soil. Bio-protocol, 9 (10). DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.3245.

Belouah I, Nazaret C, Pétriacq P, Prigent S, Bénard C, Mengin V, Blein-Nicolas M, Denton AK, Balliau T, Augé S, Bouchez O, Mazat JP, Stitt M, Usadel B, Zivy M, Beauvoit B, Gibon Y, Colombié S (2019) Modeling Protein Destiny in Developing Fruit. Plant Physiol. 180: 1709-1724.

Cotton T.E.A, Pétriacq P, Cameron D.D, Meselmani M.A, Schwarzenbacher R, Rolfe S.A, Ton J (2019) Metabolic regulation of the maize rhizobiome by benzoxazinoids. ISME J. 13: 1647-1658.

2018

Williams A, Pétriacq P, Beerling D.J, Cotton T.E.A, Ton J (2018) Impacts of Atmospheric CO2 and Soil Nutritional Value on Plant Responses to Rhizosphere Colonization by Soil Bacteria. Front Plant Sci. 9: 1493.

Pétriacq P, López A, Luna E (2018) Fruit Decay to Diseases: Can Induced Resistance and Priming Help? Plants 7: 77.

Hao J, Pétriacq P, de Bont L, Hodges M, Gakière B (2018) Characterization of l-aspartate oxidase from Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Sci. 2018 271: 133-142.

Buswell W, Schwarzenbacher R, Luna E, Sellwood, M, Chen B, Flors V, Pétriacq P, Ton J (2018) Chemical priming of immunity without costs to plant growth. New Phytol DOI: 10.1111/nph.15062.

Gakière B, Fernie A.R, Pétriacq P (2018) More to NAD+ than meet the eye: a regulator of metabolic pools and gene expression in Arabidopsis. Free Radic. Biol. Med DOI: 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2018.01.003.

Williams A, Pétriacq P, Schwarzenbacher R, Beerling D.J, Ton J (2018) Mechanisms of glacial-to-future atmospheric CO2 effects on plant immunity. New Phytol DOI: 10.1111/nph.15018.

Wilkinson W, Pastor P, Paplauskas S, Pétriacq P, Luna-Diez E (2018) Long-lasting β-aminobutyric acid-induced resistance protects tomato fruit against Botrytis cinerea. Plant Pathology 67: 30-41.

2017

Williams A, Hao J, Meselmani M.A, De Paepe R, Gakière B, Pétriacq P (2017) Mitochondrial complex I is important for plant tolerance to fungal biotic stress. Annals Eco. Env. Sci. 1: 16-26.

Pétriacq P, Williams A, Cotton T.E.A, McFarlane A, Rolfe S.A, Ton J (2017b) Metabolite profiling of non-sterile rhizosphere soil. Plant J. 92: 147–162.

Yahaya N, Pétriacq P, Burrell M, Walker H, Malinowski R, Rolfe S.A (2017) Changes of metabolites status in plant pathogen interactions. Adv. Sci. Lett. 23: 4623-4626.

Van Gijsegem F, Pédron J, Patrit O, Simond-Côte E, Maia-Grondard A, Pétriacq P, Gonzalez R, Blottière L, Kraepiel Y (2017) Manipulation of ABA content in Arabidopsis thaliana modifies sensitivity and oxidative stress response to Dickeya dadantii and influences peroxidase activity. Front. Plant Sci. 8: 456.

Pétriacq P, de Bont L, Genestout L, Hao J, Laureau C, Florez-Sarasa I, Rzigui T, Queval G, Gilard F, Mauve C, Guérard F, Lamothe-Sibold M, Marion J, Fresneau C, Brown SC, Danon A, Krieger-Liszkay A, Berthomé R, Ribas-Carbo M, Tcherkez G, Cornic G, Pineau B, Gakière B, De Paepe R (2017a) Photoperiod affects the phenotype of mitochondrial complex I mutants. Plant Physiol. 173: 434-455.

2016

Pétriacq P, Tcherkez G, Gakière B (2016c) Pyridine nucleotides induce changes in cytosolic pools of calcium in Arabidopsis. Plant Sign. Behav. 11(11): e1249082.

Pétriacq P, Ton J, Patrit O, Tcherkez G, Gakière B (2016b) NAD acts as an integral regulator of multiple defense layers. Plant Physiol. 172: 1465-1479.

Pétriacq P, Stassen J.H.M, Ton J (2016a) Spore density determines infection strategy by the plant-pathogenic fungus Plectosphaerella cucumerina. Plant Physiol. 170: 2325-2339.