Lines of research

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Research of this Group is focused on the identification of biological processes related to abiotic stress tolerance, as well as those processes involved in the fruit quality and conservation of important agronomic species grown under mediterranean conditions, carrying out a range of research from agronomic responses to identification of antioxidant metabolic pathways and functional analysis of genes.

The main research lines are:

• Identification, selection and characterization of horticultural crops, especially tomato, for tolerance to salinity and drought.

• Molecular, biochemical and genetic mechanisms in ripening, conservation and fruit quality.

• Identification, characterization and use of antioxidant systems to obtain safe and healthy agricultural products.

Group Staff

Sevilla Valenzuela, Francisca Prof. de Inv.
Ext - 445323
Jimenez Hurtado, Ana Inv. Cientf.
Ext - 445243
Olmos Aranda, Enrique Inv. Cientf.
Ext - 445336
Egea Sánchez, isabel Cientf. Titu
Ext - 445312
Fernández García, Nieves Cientf. Titu.
Ext - 445107
Flores Pardo, Francisco Borja Cientf. Titu.
Ext - 445378
Martí Ruiz, Mª del Carmen Cientf. Titu. Ext - 445236
Ortega Pastor, Encarna Cientf. Titu. Ext - 445368
Morales Pérez, Belén Laboral Indefinido
Ext -445419
Cano Yelo, Desiré Contrato FPI Ext - 445236
Correa Rueda, Sandra C. Contrato Proyecto
Ext - 445236
De Brasi Velasco, Sabrina Analía Contrato FPI Ext - 445236
López Martínez, Raquel Contrato Proyecto Ext - 445236
Abdalla Bardisi, Enas JAE PreDoc.
Ext - 445274
Estrada Fortes, Yanira Beca FPU Ext - 445219






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