Biomaterial

Translations : biomaterial, biomatériau

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Phytomanagement - Bernburg (DE)

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Disciplines : forestry mycology cell biology ...
Collected date : from 2020 ongoing
Creators : Michel Chalot

In the frame of the NETFIB project, the project partners study the production of nettle in agro-forestry systems, within a poplar-phytomanaged plantation, aiming at lowering the impact of degradation of polluted sites while maximazing ecosystem services. The objective of the production of the ...

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Phytomanagement - Tavazzano (IT)

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Disciplines : forestry mycology cell biology ...
Collected date : from 2019 ongoing
Creators : Michel Chalot

In the frame of the NETFIB project, the project partners study the production of nettle in agro-forestry systems, within a poplar-phytomanaged plantation, aiming at lowering the impact of degradation of polluted sites while maximazing ecosystem services. The objective of the production of the ...

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Phytomanagement - Tavaux (F-39)

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Disciplines : forestry mycology cell biology ...
Collected date : from 2011 ongoing
Labels : INEE

The site is located in Western Europe along a major river and surrounded by several urban aggregates. Production at the chlor- alkali facility began in 1950 with wastewater discharged directly to a stream. In 1964 a dam was constructed downstream of the discharge. A 12-ha area with dikes 5-m high ...

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Sampling of Mediterranean fan mussel specimens (Pinna nobilis) for molecular analyses of the byssus and of the shell matrix

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Collected date : from 8 May 2017 to 16 May 2017
Creators : Frédéric Marin

This document describes a field mission carried out in May 2017, at the Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche-sur-Mer. This mission aimed at collecting live specimens as well as dead shells from the Mediterranean fan mussel, Pinna nobilis, an endemic species protected by European Directive ...

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