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The Institut Sophia Agrobiotech (UMR INRAE 1355, CNRS 7254, Univ. Côta d'Azur), an international research institute funded by INRAE, Université Côte d'Azur and CNRS.  Situated at the interface of Environment and Agriculture, the main research topics concern the study of plant-interactions, pathogens and symbionts and their dynamics in time and space. For this, the Institute brings together strong expertise in comparative, evolutionary and functional genomics, in community ecology and agronomy. The institute aims to address some of the challenges offered for agricultural research in the field of ecological management of agroecosystems. The ultimate goal is to integrate this knowledge in the development of innovative agronomic strategies (integrated pest management, biological control), more respectful of the environment and human health.

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Vendredi 10 juin à 11h Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - A010 - Visioconférence

Dans le cadre de l’animation scientifique ISA qui aura lieu le vendredi 10 juin 2022 à 11H, Barbara Porro, post-doctorante au sein de l’équipe...

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Jeudi 9 janvier 2020 11h00 Sophia Antipolis - Inra PACA - Salle A010

Dans le cadre de l'animation scientifique, l'équipe SYMBIOSE invite ce jeudi 9 Janvier à 11h en salle A010, Dr Marc Lepetit DR INRA dans le...

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Anemonia viridis – Philozoon sp., une relation de couple plus complexe que prévue.

Vendredi 10 juin à 11h Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - A010 - Visioconférence

Dans le cadre de l’animation scientifique ISA qui aura lieu le vendredi 10 juin 2022 à 11H, Barbara Porro, post-doctorante au sein de l’équipe...

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Vendredi 20 mai à 11h Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - A010 - Visioconférence

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Vendredi 13 mai à 11h Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - A010 - Visioconférence

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Vendredi 29 avril à 11h Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - A010 - Visioconférence

Dans le cadre de l'animation scientifique ISA, Marc Lepetit, chercheur dans l’équipe Symbiose, nous présentera ses travaux.

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