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The Foundation supports three categories of projects:

Research projects Training projects Dissemination, promotion and transfer projects
Exploratory and innovative projects;
Disciplinary projects exploring research fronts;
Major multidisciplinary flagship projects.
Creation of training courses;
Establishment of MOOCs;
International thematic schools.
International scientific events;
Project maturation/transfer;
Publication and dissemination.

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TAFER T1 – Modèles de croissance

Contribution of plant characteristics to ecologically realistic understanding and visualization of embankment vegetation changes over time after the development of linear land transport infrastructure. Case of vegetation in Mediterranean context.

The TAFER project aimed to study different aspects of the temporal dynamics of vegetation along linear land transport infrastructures in the Mediterranean region in order to feed realistic and dynamic visualization models and tools over time. The vegetation surveys on the railway embankments showed that the species that spontaneously colonize the embankments are dominant in the early years following the construction of the infrastructure. (...)
Developing the plant of the future Plant Agrobiodiversity Flowering
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BinaAgarwal

Coopération, Innovation et Gouvernance Vertes

Meetings with French agricultural institutions (Gaec & Sociétés, FN-Cuma, CER-France, FARM Foundation, Ministry of agriculture…), researchers (Umr Innovation, Green, Art-Dev, Gred, Green, Cired, Sad-Apt, Isara…) and farmers (5 Gaec) 3 conferences-debates: 40 participants at the Jardin Tropical of Paris (Nogent/Marne), 20 participants at the St Charles’s colloquium room (Montpellier) and 22 participants at Cirad (...)
Quality Society Demand Public Policy/Agriculture/Recommendation Agriculture Governance Innovation
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CAWaS

COTTON ADAPTATION TO WATER STRESS: GENETIC AND MORPHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL DETERMINISM OF DROUGHT STRESS RESPONSE DURING THE VEGETATIVE PHASE OF CULTIVATED COTTON (Gossypium hirsutum L.) DEVELOPMENT

Cotton cultivation is essentially rain fed, and irregular rainfall patterns expose cotton farmers to adverse effects on crop yields and fiber quality. A better understanding of the morphological and genetic basis of drought tolerance in cotton and the identification of reliable agro-physiological traits relevant for use in plant breeding would aid in improving the efficiency of breeding for this complex (...)
Developing the plant of the future Plant Ecophysio/architecture/phenotyping Phenotoping QTL Water deficit Cotton root
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Green Imaging

Coupling photon and proton imaging : towards a 3D functional imaging in plant

The project has allowed the development of three new imaging methods providing additional and complementary informations on the location and the mobility of the water inside the plant: -a method of MRI imaging allowing the visualization of the water in the plant and its mobility with a tissular and subcellular resolution a 3D tomo-histology method allowing to image anatomy with a focus on tissues involved in water transport (vessels) (...)
Microscopic (Gene/cell) Operation Modelling
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Virtual multimedia exhibition

Creation of a virtual multimedia exhibition on the diversity of cultivated plants

Informing the general public about the challenges of agronomic research is an important mission. An exhibition on the agrobiodiversity of 10 crops, presented in the form of a series of posters, was produced in 2015 by the IRD Communication Department, with the support of the DIADE scientific unit and financial support from the AfriCrop and ARCAD projects. However, the format of this exhibition does not lend itself well to the current dynamic (...)
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AMCRYO

Cryopreservation of threatened American plants

This project aimed at developing cryopreservation protocols for in vitro shoot tips of vanilla and Clinopodium odorum using new, vitrification-based techniques. In case of Clinopodium, we applied the vitrification (V) cryo-plate protocol for cryopreservation of in vitro-derived shoot tips. We studied the recovery of shoot tips after modification of various parameters of the V cryo-plate protocol, including sucrose concentration in the (...)
Developing the plant of the future
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Goodfood

De l’idée du produit jusqu’à l’usine Goodfood (ou EFood ou BeFood)

We propose to develop a distance learning program of good practices for agro-food industry conception in Southern countries, in order to disseminate these courses to a large and various public. Using ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), creating tools for skills exchange and communication, allows demultiplying training periods and reducing the cost of it for the (...)
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APStress

Deciphering genetic and environmental effects on apple tree responses to water deprivation scenarios

In the face of increasing water scarcity, adapting breeding programs to target crops for more efficient water use is crucial. This requires a comprehensive knowledge of the plant physiological responses to drought, including the regulation of water status in plant tissues (by stomatal closure) and the determinants of water-use efficiency (the ratio of carbon gain to water use). These challenging questions have been scarcely studied in (...)
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Decision support tools for climate smart agriculture

Decision support tools for strengthening family farmers’ capacity to design climate smart options in Colombia

Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) has emerged as a new framework that links climate change and agriculture development initiatives and aims to establish agriculture systems that simultaneously increase productivity, enhance resilience, and reduce emissions. The transition to climate smart faming systems implies helping farmers acquiring new knowledge, attitude, and skills to analyze the complex impact of technical changes on the three pillars (...)
Sustainability Society Family agriculture Climate change Farming systems Innovation Participatory Scenario
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