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Manuel Encinas

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Manuel Encinas


Short CV

After my Biology degree by University of Murcia and Master in Agrobiotechnology by University of Salamanca, my main background is on plant biology which includes botany, biotic and abiotic plant stresses or edaphology.
I have several stays in botanic gardens as Botanic Garden of Castilla-La Mancha where I published an ethnobotanic catalogue about autochthonous plant, or in Edinburgh Botanic Garden at Logan as intern.
I have also worked in some investigation institute as "Instituto Murciano de Investigaciones Agrarias" (IMIDA) in Citrus breeding or in National Research Council (CSIC) at "Misión Biológica de Galicia" in all of its departments: viticulture, maize and cabbage breeding and genetic forestry.
Currently, I spend my time in my PhD, investigating the role of rhizosphere in plant health using decline holm oak as a model and searching to comprehend the soil ecology and solve the disease.

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