Séminaire d'Etienne Yergeau (National Research Council Canada)


 AHLeGall    05/02/2015 : 22:30

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Le jeudi 5 février 2015 à 11h00, en salle de conf de l'OSUR (RDC Bât.14B, campus de Beaulieu), Etienne Yergeau propose un séminaire intitulé

Le jeudi 5 février 2015 à 11h00, en salle de conf de l'OSUR (RDC Bât.14B, campus de Beaulieu), Etienne Yergeau propose un séminaire intitulé

Les approches de métagénomique et la caractérisation de la fonction des communautés bactériennes dans la rhizosphère en relation avec les plantes

Abstract:
Phytoremediation is a cost-effective green alternative to traditional soil remediation technologies, but has experienced varied success in practice. The recent omics revolution has led to leaps in our understanding of soil microbial communities and plant metabolism, and some of the conditions that promote predictable activity in contaminated soils and heterogeneous environments. Combinations of omics tools and new bioinformatics approaches will allow us to understand integrated activity patterns between plants and microbes, and determine how this metaorganism can be modified to maximize growth, appropriate assembly of microbial communities, and, ultimately, phytoremediation activity. Here we provide an overview of how new omics-mediated discoveries can potentially be translated into an effective and reliable environmental technology.


Contact :
Etienne Yergeau (National Research Council Canada, Plant Microbiome Engineering)

Contact OSUR :
Abdelhak El-Amrani (ECOBIO)




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