Jorge Lora Cabrera

Científico Titular de OPI

Fruticultura Subtropical y Mediterránea

Resumen

Mi línea de investigación se centra principalmente en la caracterización de los genes asociados con el desarrollo del óvulo y del polen y su implicación en la mejora de cultivos frutales subtropicales.

PROYECTOS ACTIVOS (IP)

PUBLICACIONES SELECCIONADAS

The role of the integuments on pollen tube guidance in flowering plants Lora J, Laux T, Hormaza JI

New Phytologist, 2019

The transition from somatic to germline identity shows conserved and specialised features during angiosperm evolution Lora J, Herrero M, Tucker MR, Hormaza JI

New Phytologist, 2017, 216:495-509

Transition from two to one integument in Prunus species: Expression pattern of INNER NO OUTER (INO), ABERRANT TESTA SHAPE (ATS) and ETTIN (ETT) Lora J, Hormaza JI, Herrero M

New Phytologist, 2015, 208(2):584-595

WIH1 and WIH2 genes act of downstream WUSCHEL in transition from somatic to reproductive cell fate in Arabidopsis Lieber D, Lora J, Schrempp S, Lenhard M, Laux T

Current Biology, 2011, 21: 1009-1017

Seedless fruits and the disruption of a conserved genetic pathway in angiosperm ovule development
Lora, J., J.I. Hormaza, M. Herrero, C.S. Gasser

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 2011, 108:5461-5465