Preliminary programme

Tuesday 19th September

15.30 - 16.00 h. Opening Ceremony

Plenary Room

16.00 - 16.10 h. ILS Where do we stand?

Plenary Room

Speaker:

Paolo Annicchiarico

CREA’s Centre for Animal Production and Aquaculture. Lodi. Italy


16.10 - 16.15 h. Legume Science journal presentation

Plenary Room

16.15 - 17.30 h. Session 1 Legume-based value chains: innovation and optimization

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Frédéric Muel

Terres Inovia. Thivernal-Grignon. France


Sherrilyn Phelps

Invited speaker:

Bálint Balázs

Senior research fellow and managing director of ESSRG Nonprofit Ltd. Budapest. Hungary


DRY FRACTIONATION AS A TOOL TO SUSTAINABLY INNOVATE THE LEGUME VALUE CHAIN AND SUPPORT THE VALORIZATION OF MARGINAL AREAS

Davide De Angelis

Italy

TRAIT PREFERENCES AND LENTILS VARIETAL ADOPTION IN CENTRAL ETHIOPIA: A MULTISTAKEHOLDER APPROACH

Dina Najjar

Morocco

MAKING ROOM FOR LEGUMES: A CONSUMERS PERSPECTIVE ON LEGUMES INCORPORATION ON PROCESSED PRODUCTS

Ana Ines Estevez Magnasco

Bonn University. Bonn. Germany

17.30 - 18.00 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

18.00 - 18.15 h. A life for legumes #1

Plenary Room

Speaker:

Petr Smykal

Professor in Department of Botany, Faculty of Sciences, Palacky University, Czech Republic


18.15 - 18.45 h. A life for legumes #2

Plenary Room

Invited speaker:

Noel Ellis

Senoir Scientist. John Innes Centre. Norwich Research Park. Norwich NR4 7UH. United Kingdom


20.15 - 21.30 h. WELCOME RECEPTION

María de la O Restaurant

Wednesday 20th September

9.00 - 10.45 h. Session 2 Legume-based cropping system: performance, ecosystem services and profitability

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Frederick Stoddard

Senior University Lecturer. Department of Agricultural Sciences of the University of Helsinki. Finland


Christine Watson

Professor of Agricultural Systems, SRUC, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.


Invited speaker:

Christine Watson

Professor of Agricultural Systems, SRUC, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.


DOES WHEAT-SOYBEAN IN RELAY CROPPING OUTCOMPETE SEQUENTIAL DOUBLE CROPPING? DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE DIVERSIFICATION STRATEGIES

Daniel Plaza Bonilla

Spain

POTENTIAL OF GRAIN LEGUME PRODUCTION TO SUBSTITUTE ANIMAL-BASED PROTEINS IN EUROPE

Marloes Van Loon

Netherlands

ROLE OF LEGUMES TO IMPROVE RESEILENCE OF SE AUSTRALIAN FARMING SYSTEMS

Razlin Mohd Azman Halimi

Australia

PARTICIPATORY PROJECT DESIGN TO INTRODUCE A NEW CROP IN SWEDEN

Iris Dahlin

Sweden

INTERCROPPING WITH FABA BEAN IMPROVES MINERAL NUTRITION, GROWTH, AND YIELD OF WHEAT UNDER THE COMBINED STRESS OF WATER DEFICIT AND P LIMITATION

Cherki Ghoulam

Morocco

GRAIN LEGUMES ENSURE REDUCTION IN EMISSIONS OF ARABLE SECTOR TO MITIGATE CLIMATE

Anne Schneider

France

PRODUCTIVITY OF INTERCROPPING GRAIN LEGUME WITH WINTER CEREAL IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN

Louise Blanc

Spain

BETTER TOGETHER: INTERCROPPING FIELD PEA (Pisum Sativa) AND FABA BEANS (Vicia Faba) FOR INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY AND RESILIENCE IN A NORTH WESTERN EUROPEAN CLIMATE

Sheila Alves

Ireland

BELOWGROUND INTERACTIONS – THE KEY TO FUTURE RESILIENT AND SUSTAINABLE LEGUME BASED CROPPING SYSTEMS?

Dorte Bodin Dresbøll

Denmark

10.45 - 11.15 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

11.15 - 13.00 h. Session 3 Legumes for human and animal nutrition and health

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Alfonso Clemente

EEZ-CSIC. Granada. Spain


Claire Domoney

Invited speaker:

Karen A. Cichy

Research Plant Geneticist. Sugarbeet and Bean Research Unit. USDA- Agriculture Research Service. East Lansing. Michigan. USA


MINING NATURAL DIVERSITY TO DISCOVER THE GENETIC BASIS OF QUALITY TRAITS IN PEA

Ahmed Omar Warsame

United Kingdom

CREATING SAPONIN-FREE YELLOW PEA SEEDS BY CRISPR/CAS9-ENABLED MUTAGENESIS ON ?-AMYRIN SYNTHASE

Dae-Kyun Ro

Canada

PsSULTR4 IS THE ONLY VACUOLAR SULFATE TRANSPORTER IN PEA AND A KEY DETERMINANT OF SEED PROTEIN COMPOSITION EVEN UNDER SULFUR-SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS

Fanélie Bachelet

France

CAN WE INCREASE THE OIL CONTENT OF COWPEA SEEDS?

Jose Barrero

Australia

NARROW-LEAFED LUPIN (LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS L.) ß-CONGLUTIN SEED PROTEINS POTENTIAL USE IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER

Julia Escudero Feliu

Spain

IN VIVO INTERNALIZATION DYNAMICS OF SOYBEAN PROTEASE ISONHIBITORS, IBB1 AND IBBD2, OF THE BOWMAN-BIRK FAMILY IN HT29 COLORECTAL CANCER CELLS

Alfonso Clemente

Spain

VARIATION IN RAFFINOSE FAMILY OLIGOSACCHARIDE PROFILE IN PEA SEEDS IMPACTS THE HUMAN GUT MICROBIOTA AND FERMENTATION METABOLITE COMPOSITION

Aryana Zardkoohi-Burgos

United Kingdom

COMBINATION OF THREE NULL MUTATIONS IN PISUM SATIVUM L. IMPACTS POSITIVELY ON DIGESTIBILITY

Raquel Olías Sánchez

Spain

EFFECTS OF PARTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF GRASS SILAGE WITH RED CLOVER SILAGE ON MILK PRODUCTION AND METHANE EMISSION IN DAIRY COWS

Olli Pitkänen

Finland

CHEMOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF GRASS PEA (LATHYRUS SATIVUS L.) USING ATR-FTIR SPECTROSCOPY: PREDICTIVE MODELS FOR ODAP AND HOMOARGININE CONTENTS

Elsa Mecha

Portugal

13.00 - 14.45 h. Lunch

Coffee zone

14.45 - 16.30 h. Session 4 Biodiversity and genetic resource exploitation

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Paolo Annicchiarico

CREA’s Centre for Animal Production and Aquaculture. Lodi. Italy


Eric Bishop-von Wettberg

Professor. University of Vermont. Burlington VT. USA


Invited speaker:

Roberto Papa

Università delle Marche. Italy


LEVERAGING LANDRACE DIVERSITY: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN KEY TRAITS AND GENOMIC LOCI FOR BREEDING IN COMMON BEAN

Lorenzo Raggi

Italy

GENETIC BASIS OF POD TRAITS RELATED TO DOMESTICATION AND CONSUMER PREFERENCE IN COMMON BEAN

Travis Parker

USA

EARLY LEGUME DOMESTICATION FAVORED FAST GROWTH AND RESOURCE-CAPTURE

Rafael Rubio de Casas

Spain

EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF LENS GENUS: A MODELLING APPROACH FOR IDENTIFYING CONSERVATION PRIORITIES

Salma Rouichi

Morocco

NUTRITIVE VALUE OF WILD LEGUME SPECIES GROWN IN A GRASSLAND AGRICULTURAL SYSTEM

Brooke Micke

Sweden

LEGUME AND HERB BASED SPECIAL SEED MIXTURES FOR GREENING THE TRAM TRACKS

Tomas Vymyslicky

Czech Republic

CULTIVAR DIFFERENCES IN ROOT DEVELOPMENT AND DEPTH OF FORAGE LEGUMES

Nawa Raj Dhamala

Denmark

GENETICS OF DOMESTICATION IN COMMON BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L.): AN APPROACH FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CANDIDATE GENES VIA TILLING-BY-SEQUENCING

Francesca Sparvoli

Italy

CHARACTERIZATION OF A FABA BEAN DIVERSITY PANEL: PHENOTYPIC ANALYSIS AND GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATIONS FOR AGRONOMIC AND SEED QUALITY TRAITS

Hannah Ohm

Sweden

16.30 - 17.00 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

17.00 - 18.30 h. Poster view

Poster zone

20.00 - 22.00 h. ILS FOOTBALL CUP

Football camp

Thursday 21st September

9.00 - 10.45 h. Session 5 Genetics and omics-based crop improvement

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Tom Warkentin

University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.


Nadim Tayeh

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


Invited speaker:

Sukhjiwan Kaur

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


A FABA BEAN PAN-GENOME FOR ADVANCING SUSTAINABLE PROTEIN SECURITY

Alan Schulman

Finland

GENOMIC SELECTION FOR ALFALFA: THE CHALLENGE OF THE AUTOTETRAPLOID GENOME

Nelson Nazzicari

Italy

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

Krishna Kishore Gali

Canada

DIVERGENCE IN GENOME STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION UNDERPINNING ROOT SYSTEMS IN LEGUMES

Ying Sun

USA

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

Simon Michelmore

Australia

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

Michael Schneider

Switzerland

UNRAVELING THE GENOMIC LANDSCAPE OF DELETERIOUS MUTATIONS IN COMMON BEANS

Henry Alexander Cordoba Novoa

Canada

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

Åsa Grimberg

Sweden

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

Maria Carlota Vaz Patto

Portugal

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

Francisco Madueño

Spain

10.45 - 11.15 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

11.15 - 13.00 h. Session 6 Crop breeding: challenges, tools, strategies and achievements

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Antonio M. De Ron

Ad Honorem Professor. Misión Biológica de Galicia (MBG), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Pontevedra. Spain


Garry Rosewarne

Research Director, Agriculture Victoria, Horsham Vic., Australia


Invited speaker:

Isabel Roldán-Ruiz

Scientific Director. Plant Sciences Unit. Research Institute for Agriculture Fisheries and Food (ILVO). Belgium


BULK SELECTION AND EVOLUTIONARY POPULATIONS AS LOW-COST BREEDING STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH INCREASING CLIMATE VARIATION: A FORMAL ASSESSMENT FOR PEA IN DIFFERENT TARGET REGIONS

Paolo Annicchiarico

Italy

INFRARED THERMAL IMAGING TO EVALUATE LENTIL WILD GENOTYPES FOR DROUGHT TOLERANCE

Navya Beera

Australia

BREEDING BY EDITING-USING GENOME EDITING TO CREATE DETERMINATE COWPEA VARIETIES

Tal Sherman

Israel

CLIMATE-FRIENDLY PEA AND SOYBEAN BREEDING FOR WESTERN CANADA

Tom Warkentin

Canada

ACCELERATING LENTIL BREEDING: THE EFFICIENCY OF A MODIFIED SINGLE SEED DESCENT BREEDING METHOD UNDER AN EXTENDED PHOTOPERIOD-BASED SPEED BREEDING

Mohammed Mitache

Morocco

LEGUME CROP DEVELOPMENT CONSIDERATIONS FOR PLANT-BASED MEAT

David Hunt

USA

MODELLING DEPLOYMENT OF 21st CENTURY BREEDING TECHNOLOGIES TO MAXIMISE GENETIC GAIN

Garry Rosewarne

Australia

TOWARDS RELIABLE, INFORMATIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE GENOTYPING TOOLS FOR THE TOOLBOX OF GRAIN LEGUME BREEDERS

Grégoire Aubert

France

GRAIN LEGUME RE-DIVERSIFICATION THROUGH TRANSDISCIPLINARY BREEDING APPROACHES

Sebastian Kussmann

Switzerland

13.00 - 14.45 h. Lunch

Coffee zone

14.45 - 16.30 h. Coffee break

14.45 - 16.30 h. Session 7 Physiology, biochemistry and systems biology

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Christophe Salon

Research Manager. INRAE. Dijon. France


Noel Ellis

Senoir Scientist. John Innes Centre. Norwich Research Park. Norwich NR4 7UH. United Kingdom


Invited speaker:

Jérôme Verdier

INRAE Researcher at the Research Institute in Horticulture and Seeds (IRHS) located in Angers. France


IDENTIFICATION OF MENDEL’S POD COLOUR CHARACTER IN PEA: CHARACTERISATION OF THE ALLELE CONDITIONING YELLOW POD COLOUR

Julie Hofer

United Kingdom

ELUCIDATING THE ROLE OF NF-YB TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN PEA SEED DEVELOPMENT

Yara Noureddine

Agroécologie, INRAE, Institut Agro, Université de Bourgogne, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté

CHARACTERIZATION OF FACTORS CONTROLLING THE END OF FLOWERING IN PEA

Cristina Ferrandiz

Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas (CSIC-UPV)

NUCLEOTIDE METABOLISM IN COMMON BEAN FRUITS DURING SEED FILLING PHASE

Mercedes Díaz

Universidad de Córdoba

DOMESTICATION HAS ALTERED GENE EXPRESSION AND SECONDARY METABOLITES IN PEA SEED COAT

Petr Smykal

Palacky University, Faculty of Science, Department of Botany

PEXOPHAGY IN SUGAR-STARVED EMBRYONIC AXES OF GERMINATING LUPIN (LUPINUS SPP.) SEEDS

Karolina Wleklik

Department of Plant Physiology, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan

b-CONGLUTINS’ MOBILE ARM IS CRUCIAL IN THE NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES OFBLUE LUPIN

Jose Carlos Jiménez López

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

PEA RESILIENCE TO WATER DEFICITS: TOLERANCE, ACCLIMATION, AND STRESS MEMORY OF THE NODULATED ROOT SYSTEM

Marion Prudent

INRAE

16.30 - 17.00 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

17.00 - 18.15 h. ILS General Assembly

Plenary Room

21.00 - 23.00 h. GALA DINNER

La Soleá Flamenco Restaurant

Friday 22nd September

9.00 - 10.45 h. Session 8 Beneficial legume plant-microbe interactions

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Pete Iannetta

Department of Ecological Sciences. James Hutton Institute. Scotland. UK. Senior Scientist. CBFQ. Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Porto. Portugal


Maria Jesús Delgado

Senior Researcher. CSIC. Soil and Plant Microbiology Departament. Estación Experimental del Zaidín. Granada. Spain


Invited speaker:

Dulce Nombre Rodríguez Navarro

Scientific Investigation. Sevilla. Spain


GENETIC BASES OF VARIATION IN PLANT ARCHITECTURE AND RHIZOBIAL PARTNER CHOICE ALONG THE PEA DOMESTICATION GRADIENT

Virginie Bourion

France

DAT PROTEIN IS INVOLVED IN HOMOSERINE CATABOLISM AND CONTRIBUTES TO SYMBIOTIC PERFORMANCE AND COMPETITIVENESS IN THE RHIZOBIUM LEGUMINOSARUM/PISUM SATIVUM SYSTEM

Marta Ballesteros

Spain

SEED-ASSOCIATED MICROBIOTA FROM LEGUMES: AN UNEXPLORED WORLD FULL OF NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Juan Ignacio Vílchez

Portugal

CATCHING RHIZOBIA TO INTRODUCE HIGH PROTEIN CONTAINING SOYBEAN FOR A SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN EUROPE

Sofie Goormachtig

Belgium

NITROGEN FIXATION OF SOYBEAN AND LUPINE IN SWEDEN: DOES CULTIVAR MATTER?

Fede Berckx

Sweden

BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION BY SOYBEAN (GLYCINE MAX [L.] MERR.), A NOVEL, HIGH PROTEIN CROP IN SCOTLAND, REQUIRES INOCULATION WITH NON-NATIVE BRADYRHIZOBIA

Chrizelle Krynauw

United Kingdom

EVALUATION OF SYMBIOTIC POTENTIALS OF ADAPTED BRADYRHIZOBIUM STRAINS ON SOYBEAN [GLYCINE MAX (L.) MERRILL] YIELD IN NORTHEAST GERMANY

Richard Ansong Omari

Germany

DNA METABARCODING FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SOIL BACTERIAL AND FUNGAL COMMUNITIES UNDER ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONAL FARMING SYSTEMS

Ana Campa

Spain

BIOPROTECTIVE ROLE AND ENHANCEMENT OF BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION BY SAPROPHYTIC FUNGI IN PHASEOLUS VULGARIS PLANTS AFTER PENDIMETHALIN APPLICATION

Miguel López Gómez

Spain

NATIVE TRICHODERMA STRAINS TO IMPROVE DEFENSE RESPONSE AND DEVELOPMENT OF DRY BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS)

Pedro Casquero

Spain

10.45 - 11.15 h. Coffee break

Coffee zone

11.15 - 13.00 h. Session 9 Understanding and enhancing legume crop tolerance to abiotic stresses

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Maria Carlota Vaz Patto

ITQB. Oeiras. Portugal


Isabelle Lejeune-Henaut

INRAE. Department of Biology and Plant Breeding. Estrées-Mons. France


Invited speaker:

Kadambot Siddique

Hackett Professor of Agriculture Chair and Director, The University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia


TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSES REVEALED CONTRASTED SOYBEAN MINERAL NUTRITION UNDER INDIVIDUAL OR COMBINED HEAT AND WATER STRESSESA

Corentin Maslard

France

GWAS AS A STALWART AGENT IN THE ENDEAVOR TO UNDERSTANDING WATER STRESS RESILIENCE IN GRAIN LEGUMES

Matilde Sanches

Portugal

CHEMICAL DIVERSITY OF THE ROOT-SECRETED METABOLITES IN RESPONSE TO IRON DEFICIENCY IN THE FABACEAE FAMILY

Ana Álvarez-Fernández

Spain

PROBING THE ROLE OF miRNAs IN THE EVOLUTION OF CLUSTER ROOTS IN WHITE LUPIN

Soledad Traubenik

France

SILICON SUPPLEMENTATION IMPROVES SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN-FIXATION EFFICIENCY IN LENTIL UNDER DROUGHT STRESS

Sajitha Biju

Australia

MINING AN INTERSPECIFIC CHICKPEA POPULATION FOR HEAT TOLERANCE

Sophie Duchesne

Canada

PLASTICITY IN STOMATA MORPHOLOGY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR DROUGHT ADAPTATION IN FABA BEAN (VICIA FABA)

Tomke Susanne Wacker

Denmark

ROOT METABOLIC ADAPTATION TO IRON DEFICIENCY IN SOYBEAN: THE IMPORTANCE OF COUMARINS SECRETION

Jorge Rodríguez-Celma

Spain

SUGAR AND AMINO ACID EXHIBIT DIFFERENT SPATIAL PATTERNS OF EXUDATION IN RESPONSE TO WATER STRESS AND N NUTRITION IN PISUM SATIVUM

Aude Tixier

France

13.00 - 14.45 h. Lunch

Coffee zone

14.45 - 16.30 h. Session 10 Understanding and enhancing legume crop tolerance to biotic stresses

Plenary Room

Chairpersons:

Diego Rubiales

IAS-CSIC. Córdoba. Spain


Marie-Laure Pilet-Nayel

Research Director - INRAE. Institute of Genetics. Environment and Plant Protection. Rennes. France


Invited speaker:

Sabine Banniza

Professor and Strategic Research Chair in Pulse Crop Pathology. Crop Development Centre. University of Saskatchewan. Canada


MULTIPLE ALLELIC VARIANTS OF THE NOVEL ALAVR1 EFFECTOR IN ASCOCHYTA LENTIS PROVIDE INSIGHTS INTO HOST SPECIFICITY OF ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT IN LENTIL

Bernadette Henares

Australia

ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF COMPOUNDS PRODUCED BY THE NECROTROPHIC FUNGI ASCOCHYTA FABAE UNDER IN VITRO GROWTH CONDITIONS ON ITS PRIMARY HOST AND OTHER RELATED LEGUME SPECIES

Eleonora Barilli

Spain

A REPERTOIRE OF PISUM IMMUNE RECEPTORS SUPPORTED THE DISCOVERY OF NEW DOWNY MILDEW RESISTANCE

Sanu Arora

United Kingdom

EARLY INDICATION OF A SECOND SHIFT IN THE PATHOGENICITY OF ASCOCHYTA FABAE ISOLATES IN THE PATHOGEN POPULATION IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

Sara Blake

Australia

EXPLORING PHYTOTOXIC METABOLITES FROM COLLETOTRICHUM SPP. INVOLVED IN LEGUME DISEASES BY APPLYING TARGETED AND UNTARGETED METABOLOMICS

Pierluigi Reveglia

Spain

ALTERATION OF TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILE IN CHICKPEA POD WALL DUE TO SIMULATED HERBIVORY

Sumita Acharjee

India

HIGH-DENSITY LINKAGE MAPPING AND GENETIC DISSECTION OF RESISTANCE TO BROOMRAPE (OROBANCHE CRENATA FORSK.) IN PEA (PISUM SATIVUM L.)

Chiara Delvento

Italy

TISSUE - SPECIFIC EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF RESISTANCE GENES: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEGUME NLR IMMUNE RECEPTORS

Rita Marques

Portugal

COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOMICS REVEALS ACCESSION AND TIME-POINT-SPECIFIC GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN GRASS PEA (Lathyrus sativus) UPON Erysiphe pisi INFECTION

Rita Marques

Portugal

A TRAIT-BASED APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND SOYBEAN AND LUPIN COMPETITIVENESS AGAINST DIVERSE WEED COMMUNITY

James Ajal

Sweden

16.30 - 17.00 h. Awards/Closing

Plenary Room