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researcher , plant cell biologist

Yves Paul Henry, French plant cell biologist, researcher. Achievements include the first doubled haploid wheat variety registered in France-Florin. With French military, 1973-1975. Member International Association for Plant Tissue Culture (advisory board), European Association for Research on Plant Breeding (advisory board), French Association for Plant Breeders, French Society for Genetics, French Society for Development Biology.

Background

Henry, Yves Paul was born on November 9, 1946 in Paris. Son of Jacques and Micheline (Monsallié) Henry.

Education

Master of Science, Orsay (France University, 1974. Doctor of Science, Orsay (France University, 1983.

Career

Teacher biology Bonnelles (France) High School, 1969-1973. Assistant professor genetics Faculty of Science, Tunis, Tunisia, 1973-1975. Researcher Association for Improvement of Applied Research, Orsay, 1975-1988, National Center for Science Research, Orsay, since 1988.

Consultant ANVAR, Paris, 1984-1985, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Paris, 1991. Member management committee University Orsay, 1980-1994.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the first doubled haploid wheat variety registered in France-Florin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author 10 book chapters. Contributor more than 60 articles to professional journals.

Membership

With French military, 1973-1975. Member International Association for Plant Tissue Culture (advisory board), European Association for Research on Plant Breeding (advisory board), French Association for Plant Breeders, French Society for Genetics, French Society for Development Biology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, mythology from Celtic and Indo-European peoples, oenology, wheat and grape story.

Connections

Married Michèle J. Siliec, November 28, 1970. Children: Gaëlle, Nolwenn.

father:
Jacques Henry

mother:
Micheline (Monsallié) Henry

spouse:
Michèle J. Siliec

children:
Gaëlle Henry

Nolwenn Henry