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Philippe Malagoli

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Philippe Malagoli

Doctor of Philosophy (Agronomy, INA-PG),

Lecturer, accreditation to supervise research in Plant Ecophysiology. Fields.

Plant Physiology & Ecophysiology, Functional Ecology, Agro-ecology.

 Team. Micro-Environment & Trees (MEA).

 

Philippe.MALAGOLI@uca.fr

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2422-9857

 

Research interest. Response of mono- and multi-species plant cover functioning to soil mineral nitrogen availability. More precisely, I am interested in studying the variation of nitrogen fluxes from the root to canopy scale in mono- and multi-specific canopies in relation to abiotic (access to soil resources and light, temperature) and biotic (plant-plant interactions) constraints.

Methodology. Back and forth between experimentation (15N labelling) and modelling

Contexts. Regeneration of oak forest, fertilization in rubber plantations, technical management of apple trees.

Collaborations. Cirad, French Rubber Board, INRAE, IRD, ONF.

Keywords. Mineral nutrition, root N uptake, in planta nitrogen management, soil-plant interface, plant-plant interaction, environmental gradients, modelling, field crops, trees, multi-species canopy.

Recent or ongoing projects

2016-2018. PopSapNitrOmics Project (Metabolic exploration of the composition of spring xylem sap in poplar as a function of soil mineral nitrogen availability: characterization of growth potential; Federation for Environmental Research - Université Clermont Auvergne),

2015- FERTIM Project (Optimization of NPK fertilization on plantations of immature rubber plants; French Rubber Board),

2012-2014. Project MANIF (Modelling Apple Architecture and effect of NItrogen on tree Functioning; INRAE),

2011- Regeneration of oak stands in competition with understory species (D. cespitosa & M. caerulea; French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, research grants),

2011-2013. IMPREBIO Project (Impact of forest harvesting intensity on biodiversity; French Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development & French Ministry of Agriculture, Agri-Food and Forestry).

Supervision of research

Postdoctoral fellows. Marine Fernandez (2020), Sylvain Vrignon-Brenas (2016-2018; French Rubber Board)

PhD students. Marine Fernandez (2016-2019; Research grant, French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation), Antoine Vernay (2014-2017; Research grant, French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation).

Teaching activity

Field. Plant biology and ecophysiology.

Levels and training. 1st to 3rd year of Bachelor of Biology, 1st and 2nd year of Master of Plant Biology.

Current administrative responsability

Course manager of "Plants in Sustainable Agro-ecosystems" of the International Master "Plant and Animal Sciences Facing New Challenges".