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Lorenzo Ferroni

Department of Lifesciences and Biotechnology, University of Ferrera, Ferrera, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.


Lorenzo Ferroni is a researcher of Botany at the University of Ferrara. His specific skills in the field of biophysics and biochemistry of photosynthesis allow to obtain useful information for the improvement of microalgae crops, also with a view to promoting the production of specific compounds of cosmetic and nutraceutical interest and for the design of photobioreactors that respond to the particular cultivation needs.


Photosynthetic Acclimation to the Light Environment: Molecular Mechanisms to Understand Plant Consortia

Lorenzo Ferroni

Editorial: J Ecosys Ecograph 2012, 2:e104

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