agronomy and food science

Environment - Agronomy - Nov 15
Environment - Agronomy
Scientists from Inra and the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Italy) have shown that not all weed communities (spontaneous vegetation) generate crop yield losses, even in unweeded conditions, and that high weed diversity is associated to a reduced risk of important crop yield losses. Published in Nature Sustainability , these results provide new grounds for sustainable weed management.
Life Sciences - Agronomy - Sep 3
Life Sciences - Agronomy

An international team * led by researchers from INRA and CEA managed to assemble the first sequence of the pea genome.

Health - Agronomy - Jun 5
Health - Agronomy

In an article published May 30, 2019 in the British Medical Journal , researchers from Inserm, Inra, Université Paris 13 and Cnam in the Nutritional Epidemiology Research Team (EREN) report an incr

Health - Agronomy - Dec 17, 2018
Health - Agronomy

A study conducted by the University Hospital of Besançon and INRA shows the protective effect of high cheese consumption from a very young age.

Health - Agronomy - Jun 12

A French consortium led by INRA, in collaboration with INSERM, the Universities of Lyon and Clermont Auvergne, Lyon Civil Hospitals and the Human Nutrition Research Centres (CRNH) of Rhône-Alpes and Auvergne, have now demonstrated that consuming certain lipids present naturally in dairy products (ca

Life Sciences - Agronomy - Jan 10
Life Sciences - Agronomy

Grown throughout the world, F1 hybrid crop varieties have highly desirable traits. However, they remain expensive to produce.

Health - Agronomy - Dec 17, 2018
Health - Agronomy

A study conducted by the University Hospital of Besançon and INRA shows the protective effect of high cheese consumption from a very young age.

 

 


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