François Pailler

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Plant roots provide mechanical cohesion (c r ) to soil on slopes which are prone to shallow landslides. c r varies in heterogeneous natural forests due to the spatial, inter- and intra-annual dynamics of root demography. Characterizing root initiation density and mortality, as well as how root growth is influenced by abiotic and biotic factors is essential(More)
Pith diameter is a good parameter to solve dating architecture problems. Plant architecture can be used to study plant development retrospectively thanks to time-dependent morphological markers, particularly those corresponding to the winter break in temperate regions. The Aleppo Pine and the Turkish Pine are polycyclic species, thus they usually develop(More)
The milking ability of Lacaune ewes was characterised by derived traits of milk flow patterns, in an INRA experimental farm, from a divergent selection experiment in order to estimate the correlated effects of selection for protein and fat yields. The analysis of selected divergent line effects (involving 34 616 data and 1204 ewes) indicated an indirect(More)
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