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Jean-Luc Runavot

Jean-Luc Runavot was appointed as ER in WallTraC at INRA on 1 May 2012 for a period of 2 years. Jean-Luc finished his fellowship on 31 April 2014. He has been employed by Bayer CropScience in Ghent (BE) for an additional year.
Jean-Luc Runavot

Research project: Study of cotton fiber

Research interests: Biochemistry, GC-MS, HPLC, Plant cell walls, Lipids.

Organisation: Bayer CropScience (Ghent, BE)

Contact: jean-luc.runavot(at)bayer.com

ResearchGate account: www.researchgate.net/profile/Jean-Luc_Runavot

Scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals

M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, J.-L. Runavotb, X. Guoc, S. Bourotb, T. A.S. Beniansa, W.G.T. Willatsc, F. Meulewaeterb , J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bBayer CropScience, cU.Copenhagen). Heteromannan and heteroxylan cell wall polysaccharides display different dynamics during the elongation and secondary cell wall deposition phases of cotton fiber cell development. Plant and Cell Physiology Vol. 56, issue 9, pp. 1786-1797 (2015)

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J.-L. Runavota, X. Guob, W.G.T. Willatsb, J.P. Knoxc, F.Goubeta, F. Meulewaetera (aBayer CropScience, bU.Copenhagen, cU.Leeds).Non-Cellulosic Polysaccharides from Cotton Fibre Are Differently Impacted by Textile Processing. PLoS ONE 9(12): e115150 (2014)

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D. Rajasundarama,b, J.-L. Runavotc, X. Guod, W.G.T. Willatsd, F. Meulewaeterc,J. Selbiga,b (aU.Potsdam, bMax Planck I., cBayer CropScience, dU.Copenhagen).Understanding the Relationship between Cotton Fiber Properties and Non-Cellulosic Cell Wall Polysaccharides. PLoS ONE 9(11): e112168 (2014).

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Oral presentations

M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, J.-L. Runavotb, X. Guoc, W.G.T. Willatsc, F. Meulewaeterb , J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bBayer, cU.Copenhagen). Characterization of non-cellulosic cell wall glycans in developing and mature cotton fibres. Presented at the 5th International Conference on Biosynthesis of Plant Cell Wall on July, 27-31, 2014 in Palm Cove (AU)
J.-L. Runavota, X. Guob, W.G.T. Willatsb, J.P. Knoxc, F. Goubeta, F. Meulewaetera  (aBayer CropSience, bU.Copenhagen, cU.Leeds). Non-cellulosic polysaccharides from cotton fibre are differently impacted by textile processing. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR).

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M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, J.-L. Runavotb, X. Guoc, W.G.T. Willatsc, F. Meulewaeterb, J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bBayer, cU.Copenhagen). Characterization of non-cellulosic cell wall glycans in developing and mature cotton fibres. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR)
X. Guoa, J. Mraveca, I.E. Johansena, J.-L. Runavotb, F. Meulewaeterb, W.G.T. Willatsa (aU. Copenhagen, bBayer) Plant cell elongation. Cell wall dynamics and analysis. Presented at WallTraC symposium in May 2014 in Paris (FR)

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Posters

J-L. Runavota, M.C. Hernandez-Gomezb, J.P. Knoxb, F. Goubeta, F. Meulewaetera (aBayer CropSience, bU.Leeds). Impact of textile processing on cotton fibre polysaccharide composition. Presented at the XIIIth Cell Wall Meeting on July, 7-12, 2013 in Nantes (FR).

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