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Les recherches à l'IRHS

The SAB of the HCERES grades the excellence of the IRHS

"Excellent" in scientific outputs, training and project management, "Excellent to Outstanding" in relations with socio-economic environment and...
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Apple: a very high quality genome obtained

Apple: a very high quality genome obtained

An international consortium led by INRA and involving research scientists in France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and South Africa, has been able...
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Seminar on seed quality and workshop on detection of living/non living seed-borne pathogens (QUALISEM)

December 2-3 2014 Angers

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Rose architecture and environment - Strigolactones and rose bud burst ?

Light and temperature are two environmental factors that deeply affect bud outgrowth. However, little is known about their impact on the bud burst...
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Durability of multigenic plant resistance - Modelling of pathogen adaptation

Sustainable use of total multigenic resistance requires an understanding of how its introduction into a plant population affects the adaptation speed...
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Phenotyping using fluorescence chlorophyll imaging

The quantification of symptoms on leaves provides valuable information concerning the level of resistance of plants to pathogens.
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Taxonomy of the genus Cytisus

Beyond a work on the Spanish species published in 1999 and beyond an other one on the Moroccan species in 2002, this study establishes the first...
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Summer School Plant Science - Angers

29 jun-10 jul 2015 Angers

The program will provide the students with insight into new developments in plant science research. The purpose is to give students the opportunity...

http://summerschools.univ-angers.fr/en/index/schools/plant-science/courses.html

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Le projet du cabinet d’architectes Chabanne et partenaires a été retenu pour la construction de l’Institut du végétal.

Construction of the ’Institut du végétal'

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