Session 5 Genetics and omics-based crop improvement

Thursday 21st September
9.00 - 10.45 h.
Plenary Room

Tom Warkentin

University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.

Nadim Tayeh

Researcher and principal investigator. National Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE). Dijon. France.

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Sukhjiwan Kaur

Senior Research Scientist- Genomic and Predictive Breeding. Agriculture Victoria. Melbourne. Australia

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606/38 A FABA BEAN PAN-GENOME FOR ADVANCING SUSTAINABLE PROTEIN SECURITY

606/215 GENOMIC SELECTION FOR ALFALFA: THE CHALLENGE OF THE AUTOTETRAPLOID GENOME

606/234 GENETIC DISSECTION OF SEED PROTEIN CONCENTRATION IN PEA USING MULTIPLE DIVERSE MAPPING POPULATIONS

606/59 DIVERGENCE IN GENOME STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION UNDERPINNING ROOT SYSTEMS IN LEGUMES

606/81 ALTERED FEEDBACK REGULATION OF SHOOT BRANCHING BOOSTS CROP YIELD IN FIELD PEA

606/103 GENETIC BASIS OF MICROBIOME RECRUITMENT IN PEA ROOTS CHALLENGED BY ROOT ROT DISEASE

606/155 UNRAVELING THE GENOMIC LANDSCAPE OF DELETERIOUS MUTATIONS IN COMMON BEANS

606/176 SPATIO-TEMPORAL TRANSCRIPTOME AND STORAGE COMPOUND PROFILES OF DEVELOPING FABA BEAN (VICIA FABA) SEED TISSUES

606/193 NMR METABOLOME-GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY REVEALS GENOMIC REGIONS CONTROLLING GRASS PEA METABOLIC QUALITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRECISION BREEDING AND IMPROVED DIETS

606/238 CONTROL OF THE NUMBER OF FLOWERS AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE INFLORESCENCE OF LEGUMES BY RAX-TYPE MYB TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS