Dott. Simone Bossi
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Mariangela Coppola, Pasquale Cascone, Simone Bossi, Giandomenico Corrado, Antonio Pietro Garonna, Massimo Maffei, Rosa Rao, Emilio Guerrieri (2018)
TPS Genes Silencing Alters Constitutive Indirect and Direct Defense in Tomato.
CASCONE P, IODICE L , MAFFEI M , BOSSI S , ARIMURA G I , GUERRIERI E (2015)
Tobacco overexpressing beta-ocimene induces direct and indirect responses against aphids in receiver tomato plants.
M Witek, L P Casacci, F Barbero, D Patricelli, M Sala, S Bossi, M Maffei, M Woyciechowski, E Balletto, S Bonelli (2013)
Interspecific relationships in co-occurring populations of social parasites and their host ants.
A Occhipinti, A Capuzzo, S Bossi, C Milanesi, M Maffei (2013)
Comparative analysis of supercritical CO2 extracts and essential oils from an Ocimum basilicum chemotype particularly rich in T-cadinol.
D Battaglia, S Bossi, P Cascone, M C Digilio, J D Prieto, P Fanti, E Guerrieri, L Iodice, G Lingua, M Lorito, M Maffei, N Massa, M Ruocco, R Sasso, V Trotta (2013)
Tomato belowground-aboveground interactions: Trichoderma longibrachiatum affects the performance of Macrosiphum euphorbiae and its natural antagonists.
T K Mohanta, A Occhipinti, S Atsbaha Zebelo, M Foti, J Fliegmann, S Bossi, M Maffei, C M Bertea (2012)
Ginkgo biloba responds to herbivory by activating early signaling and direct defenses.
D Minerdi, S Bossi, M Maffei, M L Gullino, A Garibaldi (2011)
Fusarium oxysporum and its bacterial consortium promote lettuce growth and expansin A5 gene expression through microbial volatile organic compounds (MVOCs) emission.
G Forlani, A Occhipinti, S Bossi, C M Bertea, G C Varese, M Maffei (2011)
Magnaporthe oryzae cell wall hydrolysate induces ROS and fungistatic VOCs in rice cell cultures.
S Arpaia, A De Cristofaro, E Guerrieri, S Bossi, F Cellini, G M Di Leo, G S Germinara, L Iodice, M Maffei, A Petrozza, R Sasso, S Vitagliano (2011)
Foraging activity of bumblebees (Bombus terrestris L.) on Bt-expressing eggplants.
S Atsbaha Zebelo, C M Bertea, S Bossi, A Occhipinti, G Gnavi, M Maffei (2011)
Chrysolina herbacea modulates terpenoid biosynthesis of Mentha aquatica L.
M C Digilio, G Corrado, R Sasso, V Coppola, L Iodice, M Pasquariello, S Bossi, M Maffei, M Coppola, F Pennacchio, R Rao, E Guerrieri (2010)
Molecular and chemical mechanisms involved in aphid resistance in cultivated tomato.
Y Dolzhenko, C M Bertea, A Occhipinti, S Bossi, M Maffei (2010)
UV-B modulates the interplay between terpenoids and flavonoids in peppermint (Mentha x piperita L.).
C N Kanchiswamy, H Takahashi, S Quadro, M Maffei, S Bossi, C M Bertea, S Atsbaha Zebelo, A Muroi, N Ishihama, H Yoshioka, W Boland, J Takabayashi, Y Endo, T Sawasaki, G I Arimura (2010)
Regulation of Arabidopsis defense responses against Spodoptera littoralis by CPK-mediated calcium signaling.
G IMBISCUSO, A TROTTA, M MAFFEI, S BOSSI (2009)
Herbivory induces a ROS burst and the release of volatile organic compounds in the fern Pteris vittata L.
D MINERDI, S BOSSI, M L GULLINO, A GARIBALDI (2009)
Volatile organic compounds: a potential direct long-distance mechanism for antagonistic action of Fusarium oxysporum strain MSA 35.
D MOMBELLO, N LI PIRA, L BELFORTE, P PERLO, G INNOCENTI, S BOSSI, M MAFFEI (2009)
Porous anodic alumina for the adsorption of volatile organic compounds.
G ARIMURA, S GARMS, M MAFFEI, S BOSSI, B SCHULZE, M LEITNER, A MITHOFER, W BOLAND (2008)
Herbivore-induced terpenoid emission in Medicago truncatula: concerted action of jasmonate, ethylene and calcium signaling.
R SPLIVALLO, S BOSSI, M MAFFEI, P BONFANTE (2007)
Discrimination of truffle fruiting body versus mycelian aromas by stir bar sorptive extraction.
R SPLIVALLO, M NOVERO, C M BERTEA, S BOSSI, P BONFANTE (2007)
Truffle volatiles inhibit growth and induce an oxidative burst in Arabidopsis thaliana.
M Maffei, A Mithöfer, G Arimura, H Uchtenhagen, S Bossi, C M Bertea, L S Cucuzza, M Novero, V Volpe, S Quadro, W Boland (2006)
Effects of feeding Spodoptera littoralis on lima bean leaves. III. Membrane depolarization and involvement of hydrogen peroxide.
M Maffei, S Bossi (2006)
Electrophysiology and plant responses to biotic stress.
C M BERTEA, P LUCIANO, S BOSSI, F LEONI, C BAIOCCHI, C MEDANA, C M M AZZOLIN, G TEMPORALE, M A LOMBARDOZZI, M MAFFEI (2006)
PCR and PCR-RFLP of the 5S-rRNA-NTS region and salvinorin A analyses for the rapid and unequivocal determination of Salvia divinorum.
C Baratto, G Faglia, M Pardo, M Vezzoli, L Boarino, M Maffei, S Bossi, G Sberveglieri (2005)
Monitoring plants health in greenhouse for space missions.
C M Bertea, C M M Azzolin, S Bossi, G Doglia, M Maffei (2005)
Identification of an EcoRI restriction site for a rapid and precise determination of ?-asarone-free Acorus calamus cytotypes.
M Maffei, S Bossi, D Spiteller, A Mithöfer, W Boland (2004)
Effects of feeding Spodoptera littoralis on Lima bean leaves. I. Membrane potentials, intracellular calcium variations, oral secretions, and regurgitate components.
C M Bertea, M Tesio, G D', Agostino, G Buffa, W Camusso, S Bossi, M Mucciarelli, S Scannerini, M Maffei (2003)
The C4 biochemical pathway, and the anatomy of lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus (DC) Stapf.) cultivated in temperate climates.
M Mucciarelli, W Camusso, C M Bertea, S Bossi, M Maffei (2001)
Effect of (+)-pulegone and other oil components of Mentha x piperita on cucumber respiration.
C M Bertea, S Scannerini, G D', Agostino, M Mucciarelli, W Camusso, S Bossi, G Buffa, M Maffei (2001)
Evidence for a C4 NADP-ME photosynthetic pathway in Vetiveria zizanioides Stapf.
Simone Bossi was born on March 2nd 1972 in Vercelli, Italy; he lives in Moncalieri with his wife Silvia and his children Margherita and Vinicio. In 2000 he won a public competition for a permanent position in the Life Sciences and Systems Biology Department at the University of Turin and now he works as Manager Laboratory Technician in the GC-MS and HPLC chromatography laboratory at the ”Innovation Centre” in Turin, a branch of the same department. He is also involved in educational activities regarding plant physiology, plant biochemistry and secondary plant metabolites classes. He got M.S. degree in Biological Science at the University of Turin in 1998 with a thesis on primary and secondary metabolism of mint plants in relation to herbicide treatments. In 2003 he got the PhD degree by discussing a thesis on plant-insect interaction mechanisms; during that period he joined a doctorate scholarship at Max Planck Institute in Jena, Germany, on electrophysiological studies related to plant-insect interactions. During his career he gained experiences in several techniques such as gas-chromatography, mass spectrometry, high performance liquid chromatography, confocal laser scanning microscopy, membrane potential measurement techniques and black lipid membrane techniques. Currently his main jobs are lab management, research support and practical formation of new students starting work in lab. Furthermore he ensures the maintenance, the improvement and the updating of the quality management system uni en iso 9001 whereby the research unit of plant physiology is certified.