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A research agenda for scaling up agroecology in European countries

A profound transformation of agricultural production methods has become unavoidable due to the increase in the world’s population, and...
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A new forest genetic resources collection conservatory in Avignon

This plantation will constitute a genetic conservatory, unique in Europe, of two major Mediterranean pine species, Pinus halepensis (Aleppo pine) and...
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Wheat breeding in practice

Biological diversity is constantly evolving and is characterized by different levels of organization: ecosystems, species, populations (varieties or...
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Biodiversity at the heart of INRAE's research: from diagnostics to solutions

PRESS RELEASE - Biodiversity is essential for ecosystem resilience, food security and health. It is a precious heritage and a common good that must...
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Red Junglefowl, Hume and Marshall, Game Birds of India, Burmah and Ceylon (1879–1881) Public

A phylogenomic approach makes it possible to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the Gallus genus (and to identify hybrids).

The evolutionary history of the genus Gallus, which contains the hen, has been the subject of numerous studies that have resulted in incompatible...
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European network project GenRes Bridge

The European network project GenRes Bridge combines 3 pillars of RARe: plant, forest and animal.

GenRes Bridge aims to strengthen conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources by accelerating collaborative efforts and widening capacities...
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Portail Florilège

Florilège | Biodiversity for agriculture in France

The Florilège web portal is online.
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European research project H2020 GenTree

The forestry pillar is involved in the European research project H2020 GenTree

GenTree is a European research project that aims to provide the European forestry sector with better knowledge, methods and tools to optimize the...
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