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Maria Adelaide Iannelli


Email: iannelli * ibba.cnr.it | Phone: +390690672857 | Fax: +390690672856


Education and Professional Experience

PhD in Plant Sciences (Biotechnology) - November 1999 Gent University (RUG/VIB) – Belgium Degree in Biological Sciences - March 1990 Università “La Sapienza” di Roma


Biotic, Abiotic / Environmental Stress, Gene expression regulation

Plant growth under controlled stress conditions, Molecular biology

Ongoing projects

2011-2013: "Identità, tracciabilità, e valorizzazione di indivia, scarola e puntarelle (Chicorium spp.) del Lazio e della Puglia mediante tecnologie “olistiche” e funzionali per tratti di interesse nutrizionale ed economico. Progetto Conoscenze Integrate per la Sostenibilità e l’Innovazione del made in Italy Agroalimentare (CISIA). Coordinatore Dott. Donato Giannino

Selected publications

  • A. Lakhdar, M.A. Iannelli, A. Debez, A. Massacci, N. Jedidi and C. Abdelly (2010) Effect of municipal solid waste compost and sewage sludge use on wheat (Triticum durum): growth, heavy metal accumulation, and antioxidant activity. J Sci Food Agric 90 (6): pp 965-971
  • G. Testone, E. Condello, I. Verde, E. Caboni, M.A. Iannelli, L. Bruno, D. Mariotti, M. B. Bitonti, D. Giannino (2009) The peach (Prunus persica [L.] Batsch) homeobox gene KNOPE3, which encodes a class 2 knotted-like transcription factor, is regulated during leaf development and triggered by sugars. Mol Genet Genomics DOI 10.1007/s00438-009-0445-7
  • Di Giacomo E., Sestili F., Iannelli M.A., Testone G., Mariotti D., Frugis G. (2008) Characterization of KNOX genes in Medicago truncatula. Plant Mol. Biol., 67(1-2):135-50
  • F. Pietrini, M.A. Iannelli, R. Montanari, D. Bianconi, A. Massacci (2005) Cadmium interaction with thiols and photosynthesis in higher plants. Advances in Plant Physiology, Vol. 8, Chapter 18, pp.313-326. 

Treatise Series in Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants.

  • A. Hemantaranjan ed. F. Pietrini, M. A. Iannelli, S. Pasqualini and A. Massacci (2003) Interaction of Cadmium with Glutathione and Photosynthesis in Developing Leaves and Chloroplasts of Phragmites australis Trin. ex Steudel. Plant Physiol. 133 (2) : 829-837
  • M.A. Iannelli, F.Pietrini, L. Fiore, L. Petrilli, A. Massacci (2002) Antioxidant response to cadmium in Phragmites australis plants.Plant Physiol Biochem 40: 977-982
  • F. Pietrini, M.A. Iannelli, A. Massacci (2002) Anthocyanin accumulation in the illuminated surface of maize leaves enhances protection from photo-inhibitory risks at low temperature, without further limitation to photosynthesis. Plant, Cell Environ 25: 1251- 1259
  • A. Massacci, F. Pietrini, M.A. Iannelli (2001) Remediation of wetlands by Phragmites australis: the biological basis. Minerva Biotec 13: 135-140
  • F. Pietrini, M.A. Iannelli, A. Battistelli, S. Moscatello, F. Loreto, A. Massacci (1999) Re-growth induced by temperature increases in maize genotypes with contrasting photosynthetic sensitivity to chilling. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 26 (4): 367-373
  • M.A. Iannelli, F. Van Breusegem, M. Van Montagu, D. Inzé, A. Massacci (1999)Tolerance to low temperature and paraquat-mediated oxidative stress in two maize genotypes. Journal of Experimental Botany 50 (333): 523-532
  • A. Massacci, M.A. Iannelli. F. Pietrini, F. Loreto (1995) The effect of growth at low temperature on photosynthetic characteristics and mechanisms of photoprotection on maize leaves. Journal of Experimental Botany 46: 119-127

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