I am Plant experimentation and molecular biology technician in two different teams. That of Jeanne Tonnabel, with the SEXMATE project which studies the effect of sexual selection on the evolution of plant traits using different methodologies such as quantitative genetics, experimental evolution of paternity analysis and genotyping. This study is done on the Brassica rappa. The second team, led by Ophélie Ronce, is working on the FloRes project, which examines the effectiveness of assisted migration measures in the context of conservation biology. This project is partly conducted on the Centaurea corymbosa.