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Pascale Flury
(Dr. sc. ETH)

Department of Crop Sciences
FiBL
Ackerstrasse 113
CH-5070 Frick

Phone +41 (0)62 865-6381
Fax +41 (0)62 865-7273
pascale.flury(at)fibl.org

Flury Pascale

Activity areas

  • Group Crop Protection-Phytopathology
  • Phytopathology

Training / professional career

  • Since December 2018 scientific collaborator at FiBL, Frick
  • 2016 - 2018 Postdoc, University of Lausanne, research group of Dr. Christoph Keel ‘Pseudomonas plant and insect interaction’ and ETH Zurich, research group of Dr. Monika Maurhofer ‘Biological Control’
  • 2012 - 2018 PhD, Phytopathologie, ETH Zürich, Thesis Title: Genomics, molecular mechanisms and ecology of interactions of plant-beneficial pseudomonads with pest insects
  • 2012 MSc Plant Sciences, University of Basel

Publications

Publications in the Organic Eprints archive

Publications that are not in the Organic Eprints archive

  • Flury P., Vesga P., Dominguez-Ferreras A., Tinguely C., Ulrich C., Kleespies R. et al. (2018) Persistence of root-colonizing Pseudomonas protegens in herbivorous insects throughout different developmental stages and dispersal to new host plants. The ISME Journal : published online 30 November 2018
  • Flury P., Vesga P., Péchy-Tarr M., Aellen N., Dennert F., Hofer N. et al. (2017). Antimicrobial and insecticidal: cyclic lipopeptides and hydrogen cyanide produced by plant-beneficial Pseudomonas strains CHA0, CMR12a and PCL1391 contribute to insect killing. Front Microbiol 8 :100
  • Flury P. (2016). Genomics, molecular mechanisms and ecology of interactions of plant-beneficial pseudomonads with pest insects. Doctoral Thesis, ETH Zurich, Zurich
  • Klauser D., Flury P., Boller T., Bartels S. (2016). Looking BAK again: Is an old acquaintance of innate immunity involved in the detection of herbivores. Plant signaling & behavior 11: e1252014
  • Kupferschmied P., Chai T., Flury P., Blom J., Smits T. H., Maurhofer M. et al. (2016). Specific surface glycan decorations enable antimicrobial peptide resistance in plant-beneficial pseudomonads with insect-pathogenic properties. Environ Microbiol 18 : 4265-4281
  • Flury P., Aellen N., Ruffner B., Pechy-Tarr M., Fataar S., Metla Z. et al. (2016). Insect pathogenicity in plant-beneficial pseudomonads: phylogenetic distribution and comparative genomics. The ISME Journal 10 : 2527-2524 Klauser D., Desurmont G. A., Glauser G., Vallat A., Flury P., Boller T. et al. (2015). The Arabidopsis Pep-PEPR system is induced by herbivore feeding and contributes to JA-mediated plant defence against herbivory. J Exp Bot 66: 5327-5336
  • Lori M., van Verk M. C., Hander T., Schatowitz H., Klauser D., Flury P. et al. (2015). Evolutionary divergence of the plant elicitor peptides (Peps) and their receptors: interfamily incompatibility of perception but compatibility of downstream signalling. J Exp Bot 66 : 5315-5325
  • Klauser D., Flury P., Boller T., Bartels S. (2013). Several MAMPs, including chitin fragments, enhance AtPep-triggered oxidative burst independently of wounding. Plant signaling & behavior 8: e25346
  • Flury P., Klauser D., Boller T., Bartels S. (2013). MAPK phosphorylation assay with leaf disks of Arabidopsis. Bio-protocol 3: e929 Flury P., Klauser D., Schulze B., Boller T., Bartels S. (2013). The anticipation of danger: microbe-associated molecular pattern perception enhances AtPep-triggered oxidative burst. Plant Physiol 161: 2023-2035
  • Boller T. & Flury P. (2012). Peptides as danger Signals: MAMPs and DAMPs. In: Irving H. R., Gehring C. (eds). Plant signaling peptides. Springer: Heidelberg, Germany. pp 163-181.