Julien Angelini

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The leguminous crop Arachis hypogaea L. (peanut) is originally from South America and then was disseminated to tropical and subtropical regions. The dissemination of the crop resulted in peanut plants establishing a symbiotic nitrogen-fixing relationship with a wide diversity of indigenous soil bacteria. We present in this review, advances on the molecular(More)
Materials for a CdTe solar cell (ITO/CdS/CdTe/Cu/Pt) were sputtered at room temperature onto kapton, then transformed from resistive layers into a working solar cell by Pulse Thermal Processing (PTP), a novel radiant heat treatment developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Unlike conventional device fabrication approaches, the solar cell was a(More)
Between information and communication processes, territorial intelligence approach is systemic in that its transversal dimension reinforces the interdisciplinary nature of Information and Communication Sciences in the Social Sciences. It is here called to give a social issue to a problem which could be reduced to a purely economic issue. We would answer(More)
We have previously shown that fungicide Mancozeb causes a 50% decrease in Bradyrhizobium sp USDA 3187 growth rate and affects the bacteria-root symbiotic interaction. In order to elucidate the fungicide toxicity mechanism we determined the effects of Mancozeb on cell chemical composition, glutathione (GSH) content (molecule involved in the detoxification(More)
CuIn<inf>x</inf>Ga<inf>1&#x2212;x</inf>Se<inf>2</inf> (CIGS) as an absorber material in solar cells is already known to present a less toxic alternative to current solar cells based on toxic elements such as CdTe. CIGS developed as nanoparticles in solution are ideal for non-vacuum deposition methods which help achieve lower-cost solar cells, compared to(More)
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