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UMR GDEC

Joint Research Unit 1095 Genetics, Diversity and Ecophysiology of Cereals

Current research projects

Projects are listed by their start date

Projects 2022

STABLE Evaluation of bioSTimulAnts from natural origin with a view to strengthening the tolerance of WHEAT plants to environmental stresses linked to climate change (drought and high temperatures).

  • Pack Ambition Recherche 2022-2025
  • Partners: Clermont Auvergne University (Coord.), Oxyane and Pascal institut (UMR 6602, CNRS/UCA/SIGMA)

 

StimoBlé Improvement of wheat resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses by a 100% biosourced multifunctional hydrogel.

  • Pack Ambition Internationale 2022-2024
  • Partners: Clermont Auvergne University (Coord.), Marrakech Cadi Ayyad University (Maroc).

Projects 2021

SNNAC Study of a transcription factor NAC in wheat: transcriptional actor of the synthesis of reserve proteins and/or regulator of the assimilation and allocation of N and S in the grain?

  • Instruction Budgétaire INRAE BAP 2021-2023
  • Partners: Clermont Auvergne University (Coord.), Caen University, UMR INRAE-UNICAEN 950 Ecophysiologie Végétale, Agronomie & Nutrition N, C & S (EVA), Pr JC Avice.

Blade2025 Wheats for a sustainable and ecologic agriculture.

  • IVD INRAE-AgriObtentions 2021-2025
  • Partners: INRAE, AgriObtentions.

BIOFAIR BIOdiversity of soils and FArming Innovations for improved Resilience in European wheat agrosystems.

  • H2020 BioDivClim 2021-2024
  • Partners: University of Liège, Belgium (Coord.), FiBL Switzerland, Switzerland, FiBL Europe, Belgium, Hohenheim University, Germany, Ghent University, Belgium, Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas - CSIC, Spain, INRAE, France.

Projects 2018

Ex-IGE Multi-environmental evaluation of "exotic" bread wheat, association analyses and genomic predictions.

  • FSOV 2018-2022
  • Partners: Limagrain-Europe (Coord.), UMR GDEC, Biogemma, Caussade Semences, Florimond Desprez, Limagrain-Europe, KWS-Momont, RAGT, Secobra Recherche, Syngenta

GlutN Wheat and specific breads to resolve gluten sensitivity.

  • ANR 2018-2022
  • Partners: INRAE, INSERM, CNAM, Clermont Auvergne University, Universities Paris 13, 5, 7, CHU Clermont Auvergne, Dijon Céréales, Axiane Meunerie, CIFAP.

RemoBlé Improving nitrogen remobilization to increase protein concentration in wheat.

  • FSOV 2018-2022
  • Partners: UMR IJPB, UMR GDEC, UMR LEPSE, ARVALIS Institut-du-végétal, Limagrain Europe.

Projects 2017

CAP2025 Challenge 1 New small grain cereal ideotypes.

  • ANR 2017-2026
  • Partners: UMR GDEC, UMR PIAF, Limagrain Europe.

SolACE Solutions for improving agroecosystem and crop efficiency for water and nutrient use.

  • H2020 2017-2022
  • Partners: INRAE (Coord.), Agrobiota, (Germany), Agroscope (Switzerland), Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, (Austria), ARVALIS - Institut du végétal, France, CON.CER Societa Cooperativa Agricola (Italy), Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (Italy), De Ceuster Meststoffen NV (Belgium), European Conservation Agriculture Federation (Spain), Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (Switzerland), INRA Transfert (France), James Hutton Institute (UK), University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Linking Environment And Farming (UK), Hungarian Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (Hungary), SOLYNTA - Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij Het Idee (The Netherlands), Sourcon Padena GmbH (Germany), Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sweden), Sabancı University (Turkey), SYNGENTA (France), Université catholique de Louvain (Belgique), University of Évora (Portugal), University of Hohenheim (Germany), University of Newcastle (UK), Technical University of Madrid - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain).

Projects 2012

Phenome French Center for Plant Phenotyping.

  • ANR IA 2012-2024
  • Partners: INRAE (Coord.), Cetiom, ARVALIS Institut-du-végétal.