The Plant Ecophysiology team studies processes at the plant and the ecosystem levels and analyses the influence of environmental factors on their structural and functional properties.
The main objective is to understand the biological and physical mechanisms of the responses of plant-soil systems to environmental constraints (drought, cold, heat, strong light, nutrient deficiencies).
This research also aims at developing models, methods and instruments to diagnose and predict the responses of plants, soil and ecosystems to global changes, especially climatic changes.
TEAM LEADER: Kamel Soudani
Laure Barthes, Stéphane Bazot, Daniel Berveiller, Zoran Cerovic, Claire Damesin, Nicolas Delpierre, Éric Dufrêne, Christophe François, Jaleh Ghashghaie, Gwendal Latouche, Paul Leadley, Sylvie Meyer, Kamel Soudani, Peter Streb, Gaëlle Vincent
Maxime Brière, Ivan Cornut, Aminu Fanda, Cathleen Mirande-Ney, Anne-Claire Talhouët, Xia Yang
TEMPORARY MEMBERS (POST-DOCS OR CDDS)