ConférenciersMarc-André SELOSSE is a professor at the National Museum of Natural History. Mycologist and botanist, his research focuses on the ecology and evolution of mycorrhizal symbioses, which unite soil fungi with plant roots. He teaches in various university courses, including to future teachers in Life and Earth Sciences. President of the Société Botanique de France, he is editor of three international scientific journals and author of several books. He is a member of the scientific council of the journal "Espèces". Bruno CORBARA is a lecturer at the University Clermont-Auvergne where he's teaching animal behavior and ecology of interactions. He has been studying social insects for over 30 years. His research has included social organization and predation in ants, ant-plant interactions, wasp-ant interactions, and ant and wasp biodiversity. He is editor of the journal "Espèces". Hubert VOIRY is a forestry engineer and mycologist. He became interested very early on in the connection between the forest and the mushrooms. After a career at the National Forestry Office, he was appointed in 2017 to the National Museum of Natural History.
Dimanche 20 novembre 2022
14h00 - 15h00
Mushrooms, kings of symbiosis. Round table, organized in partnership with the journal Espèces, led by Rémy MARION with Marc-André SELOSSE, Bruno CORBARA and Hubert VOIRY.
L'origine du monde. Une histoire naturelle du sol à l'intention de ceux qui le piétinent
Publisher : ACTES SUD
Algues et champignons des lichens : couples ou union libre ? Espèces n° 46, décembre 2022, p. 16-23
Publisher : KYRNOS Publications