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researcher , forest engineering educator

Jose Antonio Manzanera, Spanish forest engineering educator, researcher. Achievements include research on cork oak plant propagation by tissue culture, somatic embryogenesis in common and cork oak, and regeration of haploid plants, reforestation with tissue culture-derived aspens. Scholarship Ministry of Agriculture, 1986, 88.

Background

Manzanera, Jose Antonio was born on February 4, 1958 in Madrid. Son of Antonio and Luisa (De La Vega) Manzanera.

Education

Bachelor, El Prado, Madrid, 1974. Forestry engineer, Of Forestry, Madrid, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, University Politecnica, Madrid, 1988.

Premio extraordinario doctorado, University Politecnica, Madrid, 1990.

Career

Republican Investment, Business and Trust, S.A., Amsterdam, 1982-1983. Directive Pascual Holland B.V., Barendrecht, The Netherlands, 1984. Researcher Centro Investigacion Forestal, Pontevedra, Spain, 1985-1988, Agricultural University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1988-1989, Instituto Nacional Investigacion Agraria, Madrid, 1989-1990.

Assistant professor University Politecnica, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on cork oak plant propagation by tissue culture, somatic embryogenesis in common and cork oak, and regeration of haploid plants, reforestation with tissue culture-derived aspens.

Membership

Member New York Academy of Sciences. Member International Association Plant Tissue Culture, Federation of European Societies of Plant Physiology.

Connections

father:
Antonio Manzanera

mother:
Luisa (De La Vega) Manzanera