Projects

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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’Nutritional characterisation of Ghanaian fruits and vegetables’

’Characterisation of the nutritional composition of Ghanaian fruits and vegetables and the impact of cooking methods’

’Micronutrient deficiencies are widespread in Ghana, linked to diets that are predominantly starch-based with less fruits and vegetables. Ghana produces a variety of fruit and vegetables, but little is known about these products and their nutritional importance. The aim of the project was therefore to measure the micronutrient contents in various fruit and vegetables, in order to identify the best sources and have convincing data for their (...)
Developing the plant of the future
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’Parasitism of apple fruit fly’

’Characteristics of natural, semi-natural and controlled habitats (orchard) and cultural practices affecting the parasitism of Anastrepha fraterculus (fruit fly) in apple orchards in the Parana region. Basis for biological control.’

’In alternative agricultural production approaches, the agricultural production system is defined as an area large enough to include forests, hedgerows, riparian forests, farmland and other non cultivated agricultural areas. These sytems comprise a diversity of habitats with a large insect diversity, be there neutral to crops, phytophagous or entomophagous, and the presence or not of host plants. Temperate fruit orchards in southern Brazil (...)
Developing the plant of the future Plant Genomics Operation Conservation Drought Modelling Selection Rice
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’Parasitism of apple fruit fly’

’Characteristics of natural, semi-natural and controlled habitats (orchard) and cultural practices affecting the parasitism of Anastrepha fraterculus (fruit fly) in apple orchards in the Parana region. Basis for biological control.’

’In alternative agricultural production approaches, the agricultural production system is defined as an area large enough to include forests, hedgerows, riparian forests, farmland and other non cultivated agricultural areas. These sytems comprise a diversity of habitats with a large insect diversity, be there neutral to crops, phytophagous or entomophagous, and the presence or not of host plants. Temperate fruit orchards in southern Brazil (...)
Agroecology Plant Genomics Plant disease Production Molecular connections Drought Flowering Rice
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’Parasitism of apple fruit fly’

’Characteristics of natural, semi-natural and controlled habitats (orchard) and cultural practices affecting the parasitism of Anastrepha fraterculus (fruit fly) in apple orchards in the Parana region. Basis for biological control.’

’In alternative agricultural production approaches, the agricultural production system is defined as an area large enough to include forests, hedgerows, riparian forests, farmland and other non cultivated agricultural areas. These sytems comprise a diversity of habitats with a large insect diversity, be there neutral to crops, phytophagous or entomophagous, and the presence or not of host plants. Temperate fruit orchards in southern Brazil (...)
Developing the plant of the future Microscopic (Gene/cell) Diversity/variability Evolution/domestication Protein/proteomic Rice
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Developing the plant of the future Plant Agrobiodiversity Flowering
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Quality Sustainability Society Urban
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Sustainability Society Nutrition and health Consuimer Food Participatory
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Quality Society Public Policy/Agriculture/Recommendation Food safety
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Agroecology Plant Plant disease Gene expression Interaction Rice
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’RICE CONNECTIONS’

’Connecting the biologies of rice disease resistance, drought tolerance and flowering times’

’Drought tolerance, disease resistance and flowering time are three major traits in crops that are biologically connected. However the molecular connection nodes linking them together are poorly understood. The Riceconnections projects aims at identifying such nodes in the model system involving rice using three approaches: phenotyping under laboratory and field conditions rice mutants, gene expression analysis under combined biological (...)
Quality
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