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Center for Biology and Management of Populations - UMR CBGP
UMR CBGP aims to understand the mechanisms that govern populations of organisms that are important to agriculture, forests, human health and biodiversity conservation. Its studies concern biological models (arthropods, nematodes and rodents), and follow six lines of research: origin and characterization of biodiversity; adaptation of plant eaters, their natural enemies and symbionts; ecology and evolution of zoonoses; biology, ecology and evolution of invasive species; statistical and evolutionary population genomics; and high-throughput molecular and bioinformatics techniques.
The results of this academic research are made available to the unit’s partners with a view to developing diagnostic and decision support tools and/or drafting management strategies.