I'm a postdoctoral fellow currently working on plant miRNA biogenesis and activity. Previously, I've extensively worked in herbicide resistance evolution in weeds (PhD thesis) and in biological pretreatments for second generation biofuel production (MSc thesis).

Career Status:
Postdoctoral Scholar

Research Areas:
Applied Plant Biology, Molecular Biology


*Shared first authorship

Perotti, V., Larran, A.*, Palmieri, V., Martinatto, A., Permingeat, H, 2019. Herbicide resistant weeds: a call to integrate conventional agricultural practices, molecular biology knowledge and new technologies. Plant Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.plantsci.2019.110255

Perotti, V., Larran, A.*, Palmieri, V.E., Martinatto, A.K., Tuesca, D., Permingeat, H.R., 2019. A novel triple amino acid substitution in the EPSPS found in a high-level glyphosate resistant Amaranthus hybridus population from Argentina. Pest Management Science 75,1242-1251.

Murphy, B., Larran, A.*, Ackley, B., Loux, M., Tranel, P.J, 2019. Molecular survey of glyphosate, atrazine and lactofen resistance mechanisms in ohio Amaranthus tuberculatus populations. Weed Science 67, 296-302.

Larran, A., Lorenzetti, F., Tuesca, D., Perotti, V., Permingeat, H., 2018. Molecular mechanisms endowing cross resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides in A. quitensis from Argentina. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 36, 907-912.

Gauna, A., Larran, A., Perotti, V., Feldman, S. R., Permingeat, H.R., 2018. Fungal pretreatments improve the efficiency of saccharification of Panicum Prionitis Ness biomass. Biofuels, 1-7.

Larran, A., Perotti, V., Palmieri V., Permingeat, H. R., 2017. Rápido método de selección de plantas resistentes a herbicidas. Agromensajes 48, 18-20.

Larran, A., Palmieri, V., Perotti, V., Lieber, L., Tuesca, D., Permingeat, H. R., 2017. Target-site resistance to ALS-inhibiting herbicides in Amaranthus palmeri from Argentina. Pest Management Science 73, 2578-2584.

Larran, A., Jozami, E., Vicario, L., Feldman, S. R., Podestá, F., Permingeat, H. R., 2015. Evaluation of biological pretreatments to increase the efficiency of the saccharification process using Spartina argentinensis as a biomass resource. Bioresource Technology 194, 320-325.

Current Affiliations
Experience & Education