Ribéreau-Gayon, Pascal (Nombre personal)
- Gayon, Pascal Ribéreau-
- Ribéreau-Gayon, Pascal (Pascal Marie André)
Author's Les Composés phénoliques des végétaux, 1968.
BNF, via VIAF, June 7, 2016 (hdg.: Ribéreau-Gayon, Pascal, 1930-2011; "Professeur à l'Université de Bordeaux II, directeur de la station agronomique et oenologique de Bordeaux")
Anson, Jane. "Pascal Ribereau-Gayon dies" (Decanter, May 24, 2011), viewed online June 7, 2016 ("Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon came from a family of oenologists. His great grandfather Ulysse Ribéreau-Gayon worked as Louis Pasteur's assistant in the 1880s, while his father, Jean Ribéreau-Gayon, created the Bordeaux Institute of Oenology in 1949 alongside Emile Peynaud, seen as the godfather of modern oenology. Ribéreau-Gayon himself is credited with pioneering research into phenolics and anthocyanins in grapes, and into the structural and qualitative differences between hybrid and vitis vinifera vines. He was awarded the Légion d'Honneur in 1995.")
French Wikipedia, June 7, 2016 (Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon; Pascal Marie André Ribéreau-Gayon; born 4 June 1930; died 15 May 2011 in Bordeaux)
VIAF, sitio web, 31 nayo 2019: (puntos de acceso: Ribéreau-Gayon, Pascal) http://viaf.org/viaf/100269165/#Ribéreau_-_Gayon,_Pascal