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Flagship projects

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On this page, you can discover a presentation of the 546 projects funded by Agropolis Fondation since its creation in 2007. A search engine is at your disposal and the projects are extractable in PDF format.

The flagship projects are presented above. These are the ones that have received more than 500 000 euros in funding.

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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We have chosen to present all projects in English to simplify export.

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RETRO-COF

Using LTR-retrotransposons (LTR-RTN) to decipher the structure, diversity and origin of the Coffea arabica genome

Transposable elements constitute the main part of plant genomes. They have been identified and annotated from the Robusta coffee tree genome (C. canephora), one of the two diploid ancestors of the cultivated allotetraploid Arabica genome (C. arabica), and so from the C. arabica genome. TEs represent 49% et 59% of C. canephora and C. arabica genomes, respectively. LTR retrotransposons (LTR-RTN) is a particular class of TEs that represent (...)
Developing the plant of the future Operation/adaptation Agrobiodiversity Adaptation Diversity/variability Genetic diversity Coffee
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FACCE

Utilisation de l’électrophorèse capillaire en mode frontal continu (FACCE) pour la caractérisation des interactions entre facteurs de transcription et séquences d’ADN cibles, un pas vers le développement d’un microsystème analytique.

The growth and development of living organisms are complex and dynamic processes that require the harmonious expression of many genes. The spatio-temporal control of gene expression is therefore a process that is central to all living organisms, from the most elementary (e.g. bacteria) to the most complex (e.g. yeast, mammals, plants). Dysfunctions in these gene regulations are responsible for several diseases in humans, and can alter the (...)
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Biofertilisant et agriculture biologique

Valorisation des champignons comestibles comme biofertilisants en agriculture biologique

Hosting of a Fellow Award (Deborah Louisa Narh Mensah) to (1) characterise the phenotypic and genotypic diversity of a collection of edible fungi (Termitomyces spp., Pleurotus spp. and Lentinus spp.), (2) study their potential as biofertilisers to improve plant growth and (3) assess their nutritional characteristics (e.g. protein content, mineral elements, (...)
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Biofertiliser and organic farming

Valorisation of edible mushrooms as biofertilisers in organic farming (cf 1508-001)

Hosting of a Fellow Award (Deborah Louisa Narh Mensah) to (1) characterise the phenotypic and genotypic diversity of a collection of edible fungi (Termitomyces spp., Pleurotus spp. and Lentinus spp.), (2) study their potential as biofertilisers to improve plant growth and (3) assess their nutritional characteristics (e.g. protein content, mineral elements, (...)
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Ad hoc support : Valo_CROCC

Valuation of research conducted within the Agropolis research community in the 1st Occitanie Regional Paper on Climate Change

The acceleration of climate change (CC) poses many challenges for territories. In response, several frontier organisations have emerged internationally and in France, such as the Réseau d’Expertise sur les CC en Occitanie (RECO). These structures act as intermediaries between scientific communities and decision-making mechanisms through three missions: 1) to gather relevant, credible and legitimate information, 2) to ensure (...)
Organisation-Border Knowledge transfer Regional Science Notebook Climate Change Occitanie
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Version anglais de l’Atlas des bois tropicaux

Support for the publication of the Tropical Timber Atlas in electronic form. This work is accompanied by the finalisation of the English translation of the book. The activities programmed within the framework of this request are the following: 1. Detailed proofreading (and corresponding corrections) of the entire contents of the book (BioWooEB) 2. Final proofreading by the publisher (subcontracted by QUAE) and corrections of the last (...)
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Ad hoc support

Version anglais de l’Atlas des bois tropicaux

Support for the publication of the Tropical Timber Atlas in electronic form. This work is accompanied by the finalisation of the English translation of the book. The activities programmed within the framework of this request are the following: 1. Detailed proofreading (and corresponding corrections) of the entire contents of the book (BioWooEB) 2. Final proofreading by the publisher (subcontracted by QUAE) and corrections of the last (...)
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Fates of human enteric viruses after the discharge or reuse of treated wastewater

Wastewater reuse for agricultural irrigation as an alternative to wastewater dis-charge in river; environmental fate of human enteric viruses present in treated wastewater

The reuse of wastewater in agricultural irrigation adds a marginal water resource and avoids its polluting discharge into rivers. Of domestic origin, it contains human enteric viruses incriminated in epidemics transmitted by food, water and air. Optimising wastewater management requires comparing the risks of discharging it into rivers and recycling (...)
Agroecology Agroecosystem Pollution Nutrition and health Irrigation Model Soil Value chain Virus
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