The work conducted on the different research axes benefits from scientific platforms that can also be shared with external partners.
The Pl@ntNet consortium (members Cirad, INRA, Inria, IRD, Tela Botanica and Agropolis Fondation), has developed a collaborative platform for the collection, aggregation and sharing of data on plants. Its most visible component is a mobile software for plant identification Pl@ntNet-mobile.Contact : email@example.com
AMAP is responsible for the technical and scientific management of the IRD tropical herbaria in Cayenne (French Guiana, CAY) and Nouméa (New Caledonia, NOU), and is associated with the management of the Montpellier University herbarium (MPU).
Research in paleobotany also benefits from a collection of fossil plants.
The platform comprises technical equipment for living and fossil plant histology (microtomes, inclusion protocols), microscopes and image analysis systems, as well as equipment to perform mechanical trials on various types of biological material.Contacts :