Experimental and theoretical determination of the distribution of primary and secondary air pollutants in order to understand and predict their chemical transformation and their transport over europe.
Environmental pollution/unwanted plant-soil relationships reduce crop yield quality and quantity. This project will develop new cereal cultivars tolerant to abiotic stress and make them available for environmentally-sound agriculture.
Will support further development of abatement strategies within europe by providing an improved scientific basis for the quantification of source-receptor relationships for photo-oxidants and acidifying substances.
Biopolyester formation will be achieved by feeding micro- organisms on edible oily acids, carbohydrates and some aliphatic carboxylic acids to produce polyhydroxy- alkanoates. Potential food application will be examined.
The objective of this strategic project is to apply new biotechnological tools and agronomic technologies to improve the european forestry sector.