Jean de Dieu Habiyaremye
Current Research Project
PhD Research Project entitled “Molecular characterization of the microbiome in the root zone of a Clonal Oak Tree used as an indicator system (PhytOakmeter) across different field sites in central Germany and Europe”.
This study is nested within the ongoing PhytOakmeter project of the Department of Soil Ecology at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ whose overall goal is to study land use effects at the regional scale (TERENO in the Harz Mountain) and the impact of climate along a European transect, and analyse how soil microbiome communities enable oak tree to adapt to modified environmental conditions.
CV / Scientific Career
Habiyaremye, J.de Dieu, Muthuri, C., Matiru, V., Nyaga, J., Mukuralinda, A., Ruganzu, V., Yoneda, M. and Sinclair, F., (2015):
Occurrence and abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in agroforestry systems of Rubavu and Bugesera Districts in Rwanda.
African Journal of Microbiology Research, 9(12), 838-846.
Habiyaremye, J.de Dieu, Muthuri, C., Matiru, V., Nyaga, J., Mukuralinda, A., Ruganzu, V., Yoneda, M. and Sinclair, F., (2016):
Indigenous Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) of Rwanda Agroforestry Systems; a Potential Way to Reduce the Use of Chemical Fertilizers.
3rd International conference on environment, Energy, Disaster and Development (ICEED 2016): “Future we want: Sustainability for all”. Kigali, Rwanda