Humans emit about 30 billion tonnes of CO2 each year through their energy requirements, which has important negative consequences for climate change. The move towards a different “greener” society is inevitable.
One of the interests of the Plant Development Genetics Group (DEVOLEG, www.devoleg.es) at the Misión Biológica de Galicia (MBG, CSIC) is the study of the genetic mechanisms responsible for the plant development
The student will join in a project whose main objective is the design, development and characterization of biopolymer-based emulsions with added silicon and application of them in the development of healthier meat products.
We will use non-target and target metabolic approaches in a set of RIL with contrasting levels of resistance to Fusarium ear rot and fumonisin contamination in order to gather information about pathways and/or particular metabolites involved in re
Soil beneficial microorganisms, and specially the widespread arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi have a great potential as biofertilizers and bioprotection agents in a modern and sustainable agriculture.
The interests of the Grapevine Genetics and Genomics research group at the Institute of Grapevine and Wine Sciences (ICVV, Spain) are focused on the characterization of the grapevine genetic diversity and on the analysis of the genetic mechanisms