Bio

I’m a PhD student at Atmosphere Plant Soil Interaction Lab, at INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research)-University of Bordeaux. I am studying plant nutrition and ecophysiology in an agronomic context. My PhD project aims to understand internal Phosphorus utilization efficiency in crops.

In my previous work, during my master internship, I have been involved in investigating the dynamics of the recently assimilated carbon, traced after a 13CO2 pulse labelling, in leaves of beech trees submitted to drought.

My areas of research and interests include studying plants and their interaction with the environment, using different physiological and biochemical approaches and plant-soil interaction.

Research Areas:
Abiotic Interactions, Biochemistry, Ecophysiology, Environmental Plant Biology, Metabolism

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