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AMAP joint research unit (French acronym UMR) is an interdisciplinary laboratory that conducts basic research on plants and plant communities with the aim of predicting ecosystems responses to environmental forcing, in terms of the distribution/conservation of species and biodiversity, crop production, carbon storage in plant biomass, protection of the environment and the provision of ecosystem services.

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15/05/2018
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Frontiers in root ecology: recent advances and future challenges
Erktan A., McCormack L., Roumet C. 2018. Frontiers in root ecology: recent advances and future challenges. Plant and Soil, 424: (1-2): 1-9.

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15/05/2018
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Soil aggregate stability in a range of agro-ecosystems and climates: effect of plant roots versus soil characteristics
Le Bissonnais Y., Prieto A., Roumet C., Nespoulous J., Metayer J., Huon S., Villatoro M., Stokes A. 2018. Soil aggregate stability in a range of agro-ecosystems and climates: effect of plant roots versus soil characteristics. Plant and Soil, 434: (1-2): 303-317.

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15/05/2018
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Linkages between root traits, soil fungi and aggregate stability in tropical plant communities along a successional vegetation gradient
Demenois J., Rey F., Stokes A., Carriconde F. 2018. Linkages between root traits, soil fungi and aggregate stability in tropical plant communities along a successional vegetation gradient. Plant and Soil, 424: (1-2): 319-334.

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15/05/2018
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Linking above- and belowground phenology of hybrid walnut growing along a climatic gradient in temperate agroforestry systems
Mohamed A., Stokes A., Mao Z., Jourdan C., Sabatier S.-A., Pailler F., Fourtier S., Dufour L., Monnier Y. 2018. Linking above- and belowground phenology of hybrid walnut growing along a climatic gradient in temperate agroforestry systems. Plant and Soil, 424: (1-2): 103-122.

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03/05/2018
Pl@ntNet s’ouvre à l’Afrique tropicale
"1300 espèces de la flore africaine sont désormais identifiables grâce à l'application Pl@ntNet que continuent d'enrichir, de par le monde, ses 6 millions d'utilisateurs, botanistes amateurs"
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