Juan Carlos Serrani-Yarce, Ph.D. | Department of Biological Sciences

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Juan Carlos Serrani-Yarce, Ph.D.

PostDoctoral Fellow
Office: 
Room #B123
Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203
940-565-4890
Juan.Serrani@unt.edu
Education: 
Ph.D. Biological Sciences - 2005-2008
M.Sc.

Advanced Studies Diploma - 2003-2004

B.Sc.

Degree in Agronomy - 1993-1999

Research: 
July/2013 - Present Postdoctoral Fellow (Supervisor: Dr. Richard Dixon) Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas
Dec/2009 - Jul/2013 Postdoctoral Fellow (Supervisor: Dr. Kiran Mysore) The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Jul/2008 - Nov 2009 Postdoctoral Fellow (Supervisor: Dr. Jason Reed) Department of Biology, University of North Carolina
Jan/2007 - Jul 2008 Pre-doctoral Researcher in Molecular Biology & Physiology (Supervisor: Dr. Jose Luis Garcia Martinez) Uni9vesidad Politecnica de Valencia-Instituto de Biologia Molecular y Celular de Plantas (IBMCP). Valencia, Spain
Jan/2003 - Dec/2006 Pre-docoral Researcher in Molecular Biology & Physiology (Supervisor: Dr. Jose Luis Garcia Martinez and Dr. Mariano Fos Causera) Universidad Politecnica de Valencia-Instituto de Biologia Molecular y Celular de Plantas. Valencia, Spain
Publications: 
  1. Juan Carlos Serrani Yarce. (2010). Inhibition of Auxin Transport from the Ovary or from the Apical Shoot Induces Parthenocarpic Fruit-Set in Tomato Mediated by Gibberellins. Plant Physiology. 153: 851-862.
  2. Juan Carlos Serrani Yarce. (2008). Auxin-induced fruit-set in tomato is mediated in part by gibberellins. The Plant Journal. 56 (6): 922-934.
  3. Juan Carlos Serrani Yarce. (2007). Gibberellin Regulation of Fruit Set and Growth in Tomato. Plant Physiology. 145:246-257.
  4. Juan Carlos Serrani Yarce. (2007). Effect of Gibberellin and Auxin on Parthenocarpic Fruit Growth Induction in the cv Micro-Tom of Tomato. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 26:211-221.

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