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Welcome to the  HAL-BIOGECO collection

The research program of the BIOGECO Research Unit is oriented towards the analysis of the structure, function and evolution of biodiversity at different scales of life (from genes to communities of organisms) in a perspective of sustainable management of resources and environments.

  • The research is developed within 7 thematic teams supported by 4 skill units which have the common ambition to promote an integrated analysis of biological diversity, by considering the interactions between individuals, populations and species as drivers of its evolution.
  • The ecosystems studied are varied but with a strong bias towards temperate forests. They also concern tropical forests, permanent grasslands, wetlands, dunes and urban areas. The biological models studied are essentially tree and herbaceous plant species, as well as the pathogenic fungi, insects and microbiota associated with them.
  • BIOGECO associates permanent staff from INRAE (60), the University of Bordeaux (11), Bordeaux Sciences Agro engineering school (1), CIRAD (1) and the Ministry of Agriculture (1). The unit hosts about forty PhD students, post-docs and fixed-term contracts as well as about thirty students per year.

The HAL-BIOGECO collection is intended for the deposit and consultation of the scientific publications of the research unit. It allows :

  • to increase the visibility of the publications of BIOGECO
  • to develop the scientific production of the unit
  • to ensure the durability of the deposited data
  • to meet the requirements of the European Commission in the framework of projects financed by public funds as well as the requirements of the ANR

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