Philippe REIGNAULT

Professor

Team : Plant-Fungi Interactions and Remediation (IPCR)photo-phr.jpg

 

Philippe REIGNAULT

UCEIV

Université Littoral Cote d’Opale

50, rue Ferdinand Buisson

Tel : +33 (0)3 21 46 58 65

Fax : +33 (0)3 21 46 73 10

Mail : philippe.reignault@univ-littoral.fr 

logo-cv2.jpgPhilippe Regnault was born in Montargis (France) in 1968. He obtained his PhD Biology, Diversity and Cultivated Plants Adaptations in 1996 at the University Paris 6 Pierre et Marie Curie. In 1998 he became Assistant Professor at the University of the Littoral Cote d’ Opale, where he participated in the research theme on the induction of resistance against foliar fungal pests in wheat.

In 2002, he supports his HDR entitled « Mechanisms related to the interactions between plants and plant pathogens: Pathogenicity and degradation of pectin; innate resistance and acquired resistance in plants. «  He directs the Laboratory of Mycology, Phytopathology and Environment (LMPE) from 2009 to 2010, when the LMPE joins two other laboratories ULCO to form UCEIV (EA 4492). In 2010, he was promotes Professor and head of the team « Interactions PlantesMushroom and Remediation » (7 EC, 2 IR, 1 TECH).

Its research concerne the induction of resistance to biotic fungal stress in plants (stimulation defenses during the interaction between wheat and Blumeria graminis f.sp. tritici or Mycosphaerella graminicola) by physiological approaches, Cytological and molecular and study of the impact on lipid metabolism. He also studied the genetic diversity of populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola, agent of septoria wheat by molecular typing (microsatellite markers, PCR-SSCP).

 

Bibliometric informations (ISI Web of Knowledge – octobre 2014) :


Web of Science articles number :     40 dont 26 ACL

h-index:                                       10

Citations number:               287


Key publications :

  • Tayeh, Ch., Randoux, B., Bourdon, N. and Reignault, Ph. 2013. Lipid metabolism is differentially modulated by salicylic acid and heptanoyl salicylic acid during the induction of resistance in wheat against powdery mildew. Journal of Plant Physiology 170 :1620-1629
  • El Chartouni, L., Randoux, B., Duyme, F., Renard-Merlier, D., Tisserant, B., Bourdon, N., Pillon, V., Sanssené, J., Durand, R., Reignault, Ph. and Halama, P. 2012. Cytological and biochemical parameters correlate with resistance and tolerance to Mycosphaerella graminicola in wheat cultivars. Plant Biology 14 :11–21
  • El Chartouni, L., Tisserant, B., Siah, A., Duyme, F., Deweer, C., Roisin-Fichter, C., Sanssené, J., Durand, R., Halama, P. and Reignault, Ph.  2011.  A French populations of Mycosphaerella graminicola consist of genetic groups showing a geographical distribution. Mycologia 103 : 764-774
  • Reignault, Ph., Cogan, A., Muchembled, J., Lounes-Hadj Sahraoui, A., Durand, R. and Sancholle. 2001. M. Trehalose induces resistance to powdery mildew caused by Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici in wheat. New Phytologist 149 : 519-529
  • Reignault, Ph., Frost L., Richardson, H., Daniels, M.J., Jones, J.D.G and Parker, J.E. 1996. Four Arabidopsis thaliana RPP loci controlling resistance to the Noco2 isolate of Peronospora parasitica map to regions known to contain other RPP loci. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 6 : 464-473