The IWGS-2017 Scientific Program consists of 73 lectures and 380 posters. In addition several Wheat Initiative satellite meetings take place before and during IWGS-2017.

Tentative timetable in a nutshell

  • Thursday, April 20 – Sunday, April 23: Wheat Initiative – Satellite Meetings
  • Sunday, April 23, registation desk opens, poster setup, Welcome Reception at Atrium Tulln
  • Monday, April 24 – Friday, April 28: Scientific Program and accompanying persons program
  • Tuesday, April 25, evening: public evening dicussion: Research for sustainable wheat improvement – the role of science in securing nutritious, healthy and affordable food for the coming generations with Hans Braun: head of the largest international NGO wheat breeding program at CIMMYT. Peter Langridge: Wheat Initiative. Eva Stoeger: professor for molecular physiology at BOKU Vienna. Franziska Loeschenberger: practical wheat breeder at Saatzucht-Donau
  • Wednesday, April 26, afternoon: half day sight-seeing tour: Imperial Vienna /or/ free afternoon
  • Thursday, April 27, evening: Symposium Dinner
  • Friday, April 28, 18:00: End of the 13th International Wheat Genetics Symposium

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Wheat Inititative Satellite Meetings
Thursday, April 20 – Saturday, April 22, @ BOKU Vienna
WI Satellite Meeting: Wheat Quality
Friday, April 21 – Saturday, April 22, @ BOKU Vienna
WI Satellite Meeting: Plant Phenotyping
Saturday, April 22, @ BOKU Vienna
WI Satellite Meeting: Adaptation of Wheat to Abiotic Stress
Sunday, April 23, @ BOKU campus Tulln
WI Satellite Meeting: Wheat Breeding Methods and Strategies
Sunday, April 23, @ BOKU campus Tulln
WI Satellite Meeting: Control of Wheat Pathogens and Pests
Sunday, April 23, 15:00 – 17:00 @ BOKU campus Tulln
WI Satellite Meeting: Durum Wheat Genomics and Breeding
Monday, April 24, 19:15 – 20:30 @ IWGS venue Tulln
Satellite Meeting: Updates and discussions on recent stem rust epidemics in Europe and Eastern Africa
Sunday, April 23, 14:00
IWGS program opens
Sunday, April 23, 14:00 – 20:00
Registration Desk opens, poster setup starts, hand in your presentation
Sunday, April 23, 16:00 – 20:00
Welcome reception, ATRIUM Tulln
IWGS LECTURES
Monday, April 24, 09:00 – 09:40
Welcome Messages
Monday, April 24
Opening lecture
Monday, April 24, 09:40 – 10:20, Helmut Haberl, AT
The option space for feeding the world in 2050 without deforestation: exploring the role of diets and agricultural technology
Monday, April 24
Cytogenetics; Diversity and Evolution of the Triticeae
Monday, April 24, 10:20 – 10:50, Pierre Sourdille, FR
Identifying sequence features impacting recombination in wheat: lessons from chromosome 3B
Monday, April 24, 10:50 – 11:30
Coffee break
Monday, April 24, 11:30 – 11:50, Åsmund Bjørnstad, NO
Tritico nihil est fertilius – nothing is more prolific than wheat. The cultural and cultivation history of wheat
Monday, April 24, 11:50 – 12:10, Ekaterina D Badaeva, RU
Genome evolution in Aegilops evaluated using molecular-cytogenetic analyses
Monday, April 24, 12:10 – 12:30, Steven Xu, US
Introgression of a new stem rust resistance gene from Aegilops markgrafii into wheat
Monday, April 24, 12:30 – 14:00
Lunch break
Monday, April 24
Harnessing Diversity for Triticeae Improvement
Monday, April 24, 14:00 – 14:30, Julie King, UK
A step change in the transfer of interspecific variation into wheat from its wild relatives
Monday, April 24, 14:30 – 14:50, George Fedak, CA
Advances in alien gene transfer in wheat
Monday, April 24, 14:50 – 15:10, Robert McIntosh, AU
The Wheat Gene Catalogue: 50 years on
Monday, April 24, 15:10 – 15:30, Sukhwinder-Singh, MX
Mobilizing wheat biodiversity from gene banks to breeding programs
Monday, April 24, 15:30 – 15:50, Etienne Paux, FR
How can genome organization impact wheat breeding (and vice versa)?
Monday, April 24, 15:50 – 16:30
Coffee break
Monday, April 24
Structural and Functional Wheat Genomics
Monday, April 24, 16:30 – 17:00, Rudi Appels, AU
The wheat genome in the 21st century
Monday, April 24, 17:00 – 17:20, Curtis J. Pozniak, CA
Genome assemblies of elite cultivars provides insights into the wheat pan-genome
Monday, April 24, 17:20 – 17:40, Luigi Cattivelli, IT
High quality assembly of the durum wheat genome cv. Svevo
Monday, April 24, 17:40 – 18:00, Jorge Dubcovsky, US
Dissection of the wheat flowering pathway using sequenced mutant populations
Monday, April 24, 18:00 – 18:20, Maria Buerstmayr, AT
Irradiation induced deletion mapping allows high-resolution mapping of the peri-centromeric region Qfhs.ifa-5A residing in the low-recombining region of chromosome arm 5AS
Monday, April 24, 18:20 – 18:40, Xiuying Kong, CN
A TRIM insertion led to a gene resurrection event that causes male sterility in wheat
Monday, April 24, 18:40 – 19:00
Evening break
Monday, April 24
Special session – Wheat Genome Databases
Monday, April 24, 19:00 – 19:20, Taner Z. Sen, US
GrainGenes: Supporting the Small Grains Community
Monday, April 24, 19:20 – 19:40, Thomas Letellier, FR
Explore IWGSC reference genome data thanks to URGI resources
Monday, April 24, 19:15 – 20:30
Satellite Meeting: Updates and discussions on recent stem rust epidemics in Europe and Eastern Africa
Tuesday, April 25
Genetics and Genomics of Biotic and Abiotic Stress Resistance
Tuesday, April 25, 09:00 – 09:30, Beat Keller, CH
Pathogen-informed strategies for wheat disease resistance improvement
Tuesday, April 25, 09:30 – 09:50, Nick Collins, AU
QTLs for heat tolerance in wheat
Tuesday, April 25, 09:50 – 10:10, Laura Dixon, UK
A genetic mechanism for adaptation of wheat to variable growth temperatures
Tuesday, April 25, 10:10 – 10:30, Dina Raats, UK
Functional genomics to improve wheat disease resistance
Tuesday, April 25, 10:30 – 11:10
Coffee break
Tuesday, April 25, 11:10 – 13:10
Poster Session I
Tuesday, April 25, 13:10 – 14:10
Lunch break
Tuesday, April 25, 14:10 – 14:30, Friedrich Longin, DE
Potential of molecular markers for hybrid wheat breeding
Tuesday, April 25, 14:30 – 14:50, Radvile Nagrockaite-Lelesiene, LT
Identification of new allelic variants for freezing tolerance in winter wheat WRKY71 and ZCCT2 genes
Tuesday, April 25, 14:50 – 15:10, Qixin Sun, CN
Genetic and epigenetic controls of heat tolerance in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
Tuesday, April 25, 15:10 – 15:30, Eduard Akhunov, US
Unraveling the mechanisms of stem rust resistance conferred by the Sr35 gene against the Puccinia graminis pathogen
Tuesday, April 25, 15:30 – 15:50, Cyrille Saintenac, FR
Stb16q-mediated resistance against Zymoseptoria tritici is conferred by a new class of R gene
Tuesday, April 25, 15:50 – 16:10, Manisha Shankar, AU
Detection and stacking of new genes for tan spot (yellow spot) resistance results in genetic gain
Tuesday, April 25, 16:10 – 16:50
Coffee break
Tuesday, April 25, 16:50 – 17:10, James A. Anderson, US
Combining QTL-based markers and genomewide prediction with phenotypic screening for efficient selection of Fusarium head blight resistance in wheat
Tuesday, April 25, 17:10 – 17:30, Rongqi Liang, CN
Silencing of a lipase maturation factor 2-like gene by wheat-mediated RNAi reduces the survivability and reproductive capacity of grain aphid (Sitobion avenae)
Tuesday, April 25, 17:30 – 17:50, María José Diéguez, AR
Mapping a complementary gene to LrSV2 for adult plant specific leaf rust resistance identified in the durable resistant variety Sinvalocho MA
Tuesday, April 25, 17:50 – 18:10, Simon Krattinger, CH
The molecular basis of the durable disease resistance conferred by Lr34
Tuesday, April 25, 18:10 – 18:30
Evening break
Tuesday, April 25
Special session – Functional characterization of Fhb1, a large effect QTL for Fusarium resistance
Tuesday, April 25, 18:30 – 18:40, Nidhi Rawat, US
Pore-forming toxin-like gene provides resistance against Fusarium head blight in wheat
Tuesday, April 25, 18:40 – 18:50, Zhengqiang Ma, CN
Map-based cloning of Fhb1 revealed unique mutation of a well-conserved gene resulting in resistance to wheat Fusarium head blight
Tuesday, April 25, 18:50 – 19:00, Guihua Bai, US
TaHRC is the key gene underlying Fhb1 resistance to Fusarium head blight in wheat
Tuesday, April 25, 19:00 – 19:10, Barbara Steiner, AT
Functional identification of the wheat gene enhancing mycotoxin detoxification of the major Fusarium resistance QTL Fhb1
Tuesday, April 25, 19:10 – 20:40
Public Evening Session (in German language): Weizen – ein Grundnahrungsmittel der Menschheit –  Hans Braun, CIMMYT | Peter Langridge, Wheat Initiative | Eva Stoeger, BOKU |  Franziska Löschenberger, Saatzucht-Donau
Moderation: Andreas Obrecht | OeAD, ORF, Uni Wien.
Wednesday, April 26
Genetics and Genomics of Resource Efficiency; Quality and Composition
Wednesday, April 26, 09:00 – 09:30, Tatsuya M Ikeda, JP
International collaboration to improve wheat quality for processing and health
Wednesday, April 26, 09:30 – 09:50, Stephane Lafarge, FR
Improving nitrogen use efficiency in wheat by genome wide and candidate genes targeted association studies
Wednesday, April 26, 09:50 – 10:10, Velu Govindan, MX
Getting good genes and high-throughput phenotyping for nutritious wheat breeding
Wednesday, April 26, 10:10 – 10:30, Ann Blechl, US
Dough mixing properties of wheat flours with high levels of HMW-glutenin subunits Dx5 and Dy10
Wednesday, April 26, 10:30 – 11:10
Coffee break
Wednesday, April 26
Student Session I
Wednesday, April 26, 11:10 – 11:30, Alevtina Ruban, DE
Root-specific elimination of the Aegilops speltoides B chromosomes and the possible mechanism behind
Wednesday, April 26, 11:30 – 11:50, Lauren Baker, UK
Introgressing genetic diversity into wheat from the wild relative Thinopyrum elongatum
Wednesday, April 26, 11:50 – 12:10, Diana Duarte-Delgado, DE
Identification of novel candidate genes of bread wheat involved in early salt stress tolerance through the integration of genomics and transcriptomic resources
Wednesday, April 26, 12:10 – 12:30, Mathilde Daniau, NL
New strategy to get durable disease resistance in wheat
Wednesday, April 26, 12:30 – 12:50, Serhii Mykhailyk, UA
Identification and analysis of wheat TaMSH7 gene promoter region
Wednesday, April 26, 12:50 – 14:10
Lunch break
Wednesday, April 26, 14:10 – 22:10
Vienna Sightseeing Tour  // Free Afternoon //
Thursday, April 27
Genetics and Genomics of Resource Efficiency; Quality and Composition
Thursday, April 27, 09:00 – 09:30, Scott Boden, UK
Regulation of inflorescence architecture in wheat by TEOSINTE BRANCHED1
Thursday, April 27, 09:30 – 09:50, Oluwaseyi Shorinola, UK
Waking up too early: TaMKK3-A underlies the major 4AL pre-harvest sprouting resistance locus, Phs-A1, in global germplasm
Thursday, April 27, 09:50 – 10:30
Coffee break
Thursday, April 27, 10:30 – 12:30
Poster Session II
Thursday, April 27, 12:30 – 13:50
Lunch break
Thursday, April 27
Applying Novel Tools to Practical Wheat Improvement
Thursday, April 27, 13:50 – 14:20, Bettina Lado, UR
Comparing strategies to select crosses using genomic prediction in two wheat breeding programs
Thursday, April 27, 14:20 – 14:40, Yong Jiang, DE
The relevance of epistasis to genome-wide prediction in wheat
Thursday, April 27, 14:40 – 15:00, Sebastian Michel, AT
Genomic assisted selection for enhancing line breeding
Thursday, April 27, 15:00 – 15:20, Fabio Cericola, DK
Modelling genotype by environment interaction for genomic selection in wheat
Tuesday, April 25, 15:20 – 15:40, Jianli Chen, US
Perspective using molecular marker-assisted breeding for dwarf and common bunt resistance in winter wheat
Thursday, April 27, 15:40 – 16:20
Coffee break
Thursday, April 27, 16:20 – 16:40, Matteo Dell’Acqua, IT
Which wheat for smallholder Ethiopian farmers? The quantitative genetics of traditional knowledge
Thursday, April 27, 16:40 – 17:00, Suchismita Mondal, MX
Utilizing genomics and phenomics in CIMMYT wheat breeding
Thursday, April 27, 17:00 – 17:20, Renaud Rincent, FR
Optimization of trial networks for genomic selection based on crop models
Thursday, April 27, 17:20 – 17:40, Ahmad M. Manschadi, AT
Crop modelling as a phenotying tool for enhancing wheat adaptation to abiotic stresses
Thursday, April 27, 17:40 – 18:00, William D. Bovill, AU
Use of a non-destuctive estimate to improve understanding of the genetics of biomass production in wheat
Thursday, April 27, 18:00 – 18:30, Melissa Garcia, AU
Exploring genetic diversity in bread wheat using nested association mapping (NAM)
Thursday, April 27, 18:30 – 19:00
IWGS Business Meeting
Thursday, April 27, 19:00 – 19:30
Break
Thursday, April 27, 19:30 – 23:30
Symposium Dinner
Friday, April 28
Applying Novel Tools to Practical Wheat Improvement
Friday, April 28, 10:00 – 10:20, Javier Sánchez-Martín, CH
Rapid gene isolation in barley and wheat by mutant chromosome sequencing
Friday, April 28, 10:20 – 10:40, Craig F. Morris, US
Genetic mapping of flavor loci in wheat
Friday, April 28, 10:40 – 11:00, Takashi Okada, AU
Unfertilized ovary pushes wheat flower open for cross-pollination
Friday, April 28, 11:00 – 11:20, Lanqin Xia, CN
CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing in wheat genetic improvement
Friday, April 28, 11:20 – 12:00
Coffee break
Friday, April 28
Student Session II
Friday, April 28, 12:00 – 12:20, André Schönhofen, US
Combined mutations in SbeII genes affect grain yield and bread-making quality in hexaploid wheat
Friday, April 28, 12:20 – 12:40, Reem Joukhadar, AU
The ancestral origin of Australian wheat
Friday, April 28, 12:40 – 13:00, Jordan Valente, FR
Wheat-bacteria positive interactions: would old wheat genotypes be our hope for the future of agriculture?
Friday, April 28, 13:00 – 14:30
Lunch break
Friday, April 28, 14:30 – 14:50, Kali M. Brandt, US
Testing non-transgenic CRISPR technology for wheat improvement
Friday, April 28, 14:50 – 15:10, Taj Arndell, AU
Wheat genome editing with the CRISPR-Cas system
Friday, April 28
Future of Wheat Improvement in Different Parts of the World
Friday, April 28, 15:10 – 15:40, Maricelis Acevedo, US
Building on the Borlaug Global Rust Initiative: delivering genetic gain in wheat
Friday, April 28, 15:40 – 16:20
Coffee break
Friday, April 28, 16:20 – 16:40, Ravi P. Singh, MX
Genetic gains for grain yield, disease resistance and other traits in CIMMYT spring wheat germplasm targeted for adaptation in diverse environments of Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America
Friday, April 28, 16:40 – 17:00, Wuletaw Tadesse, MA
Wheat breeding at ICARDA: strategies, achievements and prospects
Friday, April 28, 17:00 – 17:20, Lyudmila Bespalova, RU
Russia – wheat grain exporter #1: contribution of breeding, genomics and genetic resources
Friday, April 28, 17:20 – 17:40, Wolfgang Friedt, DE
Genetics-based breeding in winter wheat has lead to modern elite varieties with broad resistance to major diseases
Friday, April 28, 17:40 – 18:00
Closing ceremony

Poster Program

 

 Cytogenetics; Diversity and Evolution of the Triticeae
P 1 – Elena Salina, RU
Srtuctural variability of VRN-1 vernalization genes during evolution of wheat: impact to origin of the spring growth habit
P 3 – Adrian Turner, UK
Genotyping by sequencing (GBS) approaches to verification of wheat precise genetic stocks in germplasm collections
P 5 – Minoru Murata, JP
Identification of genes on the midget chromosome in a common wheat with rye cytoplasm
P 7 – Yanming Zhang, CN
Breeding and cytogenetic analysis of perennial wheat in the cold regions of Northeastern China
P 9 – Gabriella Linc, HU
Molecular cytogenetic tools in characterization of pre-breeding materials produced with Thinopyrum species
P 11 – Liping Xing, CN
A new cryptic alien introgression from Haynaldia villosa with powdery mildew resistance gene Pm21
P 13 – Gennady Karlov, RU
Molecular cytogenetics analysis of Thinopyrum intermedium and its possible diploid progenitors Th. bessarabicum,Pseudoroegneria spicata and Dasypyrum villosum
P 15 – Ekaterina D. Badaeva, RU
Karyotype diversity of emmer wheat helps reconstructing possible migration routes of the crop
P 17 – Jong-Nae Hyun, KR
Evaluation of agronomic & quality characteristic in semi-dwarf Korean landrace wheat \”Anzunbaengimil\”
P 19 – Gao Lifeng, CN
Development of wheat diversity map, Hap map, recombination map, selection map and trait map
  Structural and Functional Wheat Genomics
P 21 – Juan J. Gutierrez-Gonzalez, US
Validation of hexaploid wheat chromosome-scale assemblies by GBS and POPSEQ
P 23 – Guangyao Zhao, CN
The reference genomes for Aegilops tauschii (AL8/78)
P 25 – Sudharsan Padmarasu, DE
Whole genome shotgun sequencing and de novo assembly of the German wheat cultivar ‘Julius’ using NRGene DeNovoMAGIC2.0TM assembly
P 27 – Jizeng Jia, CN
Reference genome of a modern Chinese leading wheat variety
P 29 – Zuzana Tulpova, CZ
Lost part of the wheat genome: tandem repeats
P 31 – Kulvinder Gill, US
Structure and function of Ph1 (Pairing homoeologous 1) genes in wheat and other cereals
P 33 – Kanwardeep Singh, US
Evolution of Ph1 gene in polyploid wheat
P 35 – Radim Svacina, CZ
Development of deletion lines for physical mapping of Ph2 gene in bread wheat
P 37 – Graham Moore, UK
The Ph1 locus
P 39 – Arnaud Bellec, FR
Structural and evolutive analysis of an ancestral chromosomes fusion point within the hexaploid wheat genome
P 41 – Jaswinder Singh, CA
RdDM pathway is associated with pre-harvest sprouting in small grain cereals
P 43 – Bharati Pandey, IN
Identification of Dof transcription factor in genomic survey sequences of Triticum aestivum and structural insight into Dof domain-DNA interaction
P 45 – Gilberto Igrejas, PT
Expression and variation of Glo-2 locus in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 47 – Elena Salina, RU
Characterization of wheat photoperiod insensitive Ppd-B1a allele
P 49 – Zbyněk Milec, CZ
Same number of Ppd-B1 copies, different heading date
P 51 – Yong Q. Gu, US
Evolutionary dynamics of wheat prolamin genes revealed by comparative genomics approach
P 53 – Ruonan Zhou, DE
Target enrichment sequencing of wheat pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) gene family — Searching wheat fertility restorer gene candidates
P 55 – Johar S Saini, IN
Understanding the structure and function of alpha amylase gene family with special reference to wheat
P 57 – S. V. Chebotar, UA
Computational modeling of spatial structure of gibberellin response RHT-1 Triticum aestivum protein from DELLA-GRAS proteins family
P 59 – Xueyong Zhang, CN
The iSelect 9K SNP analysis revealed polyploidization induced revolutionary changes and intense human selection causing strong haplotype blocks in wheat
P 61 – Mario Caccamo, UK
A gene nomenclature for the Triticeae tribe
P 63 – Qingyan Deng, CN
Cloning of the BC1 gene affecting culm and leaf resilience of diploid wheat
P 65 – Cao Shuanghe, CN
Towards marker assisted selection for a major QTL Rht24 controlling plant height in wheat
P 67 – Lichao Zhang, CN
Mapping of the heading date gene HdAey2280 in Aegilops tauschii
P 69 – Kazusa Nishimura, JP
Identification of a novel QTL for early flowering on 7A chromosome in a variety of emmer wheat
P 71 – Dongcheng Liu, CN
Genome-wide QTL mapping reveals genetic architecture of grain size in einkorn wheat
  Genetics and Genomics of Resource Efficiency; Quality and Composition
P 73 – Philippa Borrill, UK
Functional genomics approaches reveal the gene network regulating senescence in wheat
P 75 – Moeko Okada, JP
RNA sequencing reveals genome-wide polymorphisms applicable to develop genetic markers in Aegilops umbellulata
P 77 – Hadi Ali Pour, IR
Genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) revealed genetic structure and diversity of Iranian wheat landraces and cultivars
P 79 – Jihad Orabi, DK
Identification of candidate gene and linked marker for purple colored seeds in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 81 – Simone Zimmerl, AT
Assessing diversity in Triticum durum cultivars and breeding lines for high versus low cadmium content in seeds using the CAPS marker usw47
P 83 – Martina Bruschi, IT
Develoment and characterization of a whole genome radiation hybrid panel for tetraploid wheat
P 85 – Michela Janni, IT
Exploiting durum wheat germplasm to increase nitrogen use efficiency (NUE)
P 87 – Noemie Prat, AT
Successful transfer and validation of the Fusarium head blight resistance QTL Fhb1 in durum wheat – a game changer for enhancing food safety
P 89 – Marc Lemmens, AT
Does breeding for Fusarium resistance in wheat just mask the mycotoxins?
P 91 – Samia Barraies, CA
Molecular mapping of QTL for deoxynivalenol accumulation resistance in spring wheat
P 93 – Dongcheng Liu, CN
Comprehensive investigation on the composition, variation, and evolution of the low-molecular-weight glutenin subunit gene family in common wheat and its progenitors
P 95 – Seong-Woo Cho, KR
Molecular and protein analyses of Glu-B1al allele in Korean wheat landrace
P 97 – Chul Soo Park, KR
Molecular characterization of novel y-type subunit on Glu-D1 locus
P 99 – Tatyana Pshenichnikova, RU
Localization of the genes for high gluten content in grain in chromosomes of the second homoeologous group of bread wheat
P 101 – Maryke Labuschagne, ZA
Quantification of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in South African hard red wheat cultivars using reversed phase – high performance liquid chromatography
P 103 – Susanne Trittinger, US
Manipulation of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in bread wheat to reduce nitrogen fertility requirements for bread quality
P 105 – Kanako Kawaura, JP
Characterization of gliadins using aneuploids of Chinese Spring wheat reveals genome-specific gliadin regulation
P 107 – Nthabiseng Mashamba, ZA
The influence of high molecular weight-glutenin subunits on SDS sedimentation volume and Mixsmart characteristics in elite wheat lines grown at three locations
P 109 – Yuefeng Ruan, CA
Mapping quantitative trait loci for gluten strength in Canadian durum wheat
P 111 – Peter Skov Kristensen, DK
GWAS and genomic prediction of baking quality in winter wheat breeding lines
P 113 – Giuseppe Emanuele Condorelli, IT
Meta-QTL analysis for yellow pigment content in durum wheat
P 115 – Dario Novoselović, HR
QtL mapping for some grain quality traits using DArTseq markers
P 117 – Jemima Brinton, UK
Two tightly linked genes controlling grain length underlie a major grain weight QTL in polyploid wheat.
P 119 – Alessandra Marti, IT
Wheat quality evaluation: from the seed to the final product
P 121 – Aigul Abugaliyeva, RU
Grain quality of synthetic wheats and their relatives
P 123 – Fanny Alvaro, AR
Effects of breeding in the 20th century on the morpho-physiology, yield and quality of Italian and Spanish durum wheat
P 125 – Miroslav Valárik, CZ
Mapping of agronomically important quantitative trait loci in diploid wheat (Triticum monococcum L.)
P 127 – Baoyun Li, CN
Wheat SPA gene regulate quality character
P 129 – Peter Skov Kristensen, DK
Genomic prediction of baking quality in winter wheat
P 131 – Ruiru Cheng, CN
Mapping QTLs controlling kernel morphology and weight in wheat
P 133 – Craig F. Morris, US
End-use quality of soft kernel durum wheat
P 135 – Susan Altenbach, US
Improving end-use quality, protein stability and immunogenic potential of wheat flour through biotechnology
P 137 – Benjamin Wittkop, DE
Breeding progress in wheat: Dissecting the principle components of grain yield
P 139 – Carolin Lichthardt, DE
Increasing wheat yield by focusing on light interception
P 141 – Hakan Özkan, TR
Introgression of the high grain protein gene Gpc-B1 in Turkish durum and bread wheat cultivars through marker assisted backcross breeding
P 143 – M. Fernanda Dreccer, AU
Vernalisation and photoperiod sensitivity in wheat: impact on canopy development, floret fertility and yield components
  Applying Novel Tools to Practical Wheat Improvement
P 145 – Tomohiro Ban, JP
KODA mediated greater harvest in Japan wheat core collection harvest under low fertilizers field
P 147 – Sahar Bennani, MA
Efficiency of agro-morphological and physiological criteria in screening drought tolerance in bread wheat
P 149 – Jianfang Chai, CN
Effects of expression of rice alanine aminotransferase gene on nitrogen utilization efficiency of transgenic wheat
P 151 – Hinako Sato, JP
Fine mapping of the ‘Chogokuwase (extra-early flowering)’ gene in wheat
P 153 – G.K.M.N. Haque, JP
Effect of interaction between LUX/PCL1 genotypes on heading time of wheat, revealed by the analysis of a wheat DH population derived from Chogokuwase and Kinuiroha
P 155 – Wolfgang Spielmeyer, AU
New growth regulating genes in wheat
P 157 – Sophie Harrington, UK
A forward genetics approach to identifying novel-senescence related genes in Triticum turgidum subsp. durum.
P 159 – Hidetaka Nishida, JP
Expression analysis on flowering-related genes by RNAseq in a Japanese breeding line “Chogokuwase” and its progenitor lines
P 161 – Giuseppe Sciara, IT
Vegetative growth and water use efficency characterization of durum wheat near isogenic lines for the QTL Qyld.idw-3B
P 163 – Emdadul Haque, JP
KODA, an α-ketol derivative of linolenic acid isolated from duckweeds (Lemna paucicostata) provides wide recovery ability of wheat against various abiotic stresses
P 165 – Kazuteru Takagi, JP
Bioactive compounds from duckweed (Lemna paucicostata), can they provide food sustainability against adverse environments
P 167 – Chris Sørensen, DK
Phenotyping for rust resistance in wheat
P 169 – Liezel Herselman, ZA
Development of wheat lines with complex resistance to rusts and Fusarium head blight
P 171 – Hironobu Jinno, JP
Breeding lines of resistant to wheat yellow mosaic virus by marker assisted backcross
P 173 – Gizaw M. Wolde, DE
Mutations in the branched head homoeo-allele bh-B1 modify inflorescence architecture in tetraploid wheat
P 175 – Gernot Bodner, AT
An NIR-view into the underground: phenotyping architecture and functioning of durum wheat root systems
P 177 – Jonathan A. Atkinson, UK
Optimizing wheat root architecture by exploiting diverse germplasm
P 179 – Deepmala Sehgal, MX
Dissecting wheat grain yield and yield stability using a genome wide association mapping approach in a large breeding germplasm
P 181 – Giuseppe Sciara, IT
Association mapping in elite durum wheat reveals strong differential selection for a major root depth QTL according to water regime
P 183 – Wentao Zhang, CA
Canadian Wheat-NAM (Can-NAM): a next generation genetics platform for Canadian wheat improvement
P 185 – Melanie Stadlmeier, DE
Bavarian MAGIC winter wheat population (BMWpop): construction and genotypic data analysis
P 187 – Klara Verbyla, AU
Lessons from MAGIC: a QTL cloning pipeline in wheat
P 189 – marco Maccaferri, IT
The NCCR multi-parental mapping population reveals a major QTL for number of grains per spikelet in durum wheat
P 191 – Jose Miguel Soriano, ES
Dissecting the genetic architecture of old Mediterranean durum wheats for yield formation by association mapping
P 193 – Wiebke Sannemann, DE
MAGIC WHEAT WM-800 targeted breeding of winter wheat elite cultivars
P 195 – Vahid Edriss, DK
Comparing single trait with multi-trait genome-wide association in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum)
P 197 – Ljiljana Brbaklic, RS
Crossing value of wheat parents used in Grain for Gain (G4G) platform
P 199 – Gergely Izrael, AT
Genomic prediction of Fusarium head blight resistance in adapted bread wheat germplasm
P 201 – Manuel Geyer, DE
Linkage mapping of fertility-restoring genes in common wheat and spelt
P 203 – Quddoos Muqaddasi, DE
Genetic architecture of anther extrusion in spring and winter wheat
P 205 – Carus John-Bejai, UK
What makes a good male? Prospects for improving the efficiency of hybrid seed production.
P 207 – Allan Kouidri, AU
Characterisation of TaMs1: a wheat fertility gene
P 209 – Ryan Whitford, AU
Molecular identification of Ms1 and its application for hybrid wheat breeding
P 211 – James Anderson, US
Repeatability of genotyping by sequencing SNP markers in wheat
P 213 – Astrid Gadeyne, BE
Functional interactomics in crops through AP-MS
P 215 – Martin Ganal, DE
Optimization of genotyping arrays for wheat genetics and breeding
P 217 – Muhammad Imtiaz, CN
Development of DNA-based 2-D digital barcodes in wheats for reliable varietal identification and digital repository
P 219 – Matteo Dell’Acqua, IT
The Ethiopian durum wheat nested association mapping (NAM) population. High definition QTL mapping through breeding
P 221 – Renée Prins, ZA
The adoption of marker-assisted selection in South African wheat breeding programs: centralising resources to fast track wheat cultivar breeding
P 223 – Gilles Charmet, FR
Virtual selection for comparing wheat breeding schemes at constant total cost
P 225 – Jemima Brinton, UK
A beginner’s guide to wheat – www.wheat-training.com
P 227 – Jeff Gwyn, US
The International Wheat Yield Partnership: an integrated science program focused on delivery
P 229 – Arron Carter, US
Wheat breeding using indirect selection in the genomics and phenomics era
P 231 – Scott Haley, US
Exploiting trait correlations for next-generation grain yield and end-use quality improvement of U.S. hard winter wheat
P 233 – Aletta Ellis, ZA
A collaborative approach to pre-breeding in South Africa
P 235 – Anupriya Kaur Thind, CH
Long-range scaffolding enables rapid isolation of the leaf rust disease resistance gene Lr22a.
P 237 – Robert Zemetra, US
Lessons learned from the discovery of genetically modified wheat in Oregon, USA in 2013
P 239 – Hiroshi Tsukamoto, JP
High efficiency gene transfer to wheat mediated by Agrobacterium tumefaciens and particle bombardment
P 241 – Cristobal Uauy, UK
Exome Sequencing of EMS mutants provides a comprehensive resource for wheat functional genomics in tetraploid and hexaploid wheat
P 243 – Ricardo Humberto Ramirez Gonzalez, UK
The implementation of expVIP: a customizable RNA-Seq data analysis and visualization platform in wheat (www.wheat-expression.com)
P 245 – Jae-Han Son, KR
Construction of complete DNA marker set for 32 Korean wheat cultivar identification
P 247 – Viktoria Kreps, DE
Genotypic characterization of wheat wild relatives
P 249 – Vinod Tiwari, IN
Physiological dissection and genotypic differences in growth stages in wheat under early sown conditions
P 251 – Wang Haibo, CN
The cell state hypothesis like a “Mendel’s law” in plant tissue and cell culture
P 253 – Michela Janni, IT
In vivo integrated biosensors to monitor in real-time physiological processes in wheat
P 255 – Marine Ollier, AT
Fusarium damaged kernels notation on grains by digital picture analysis
P 257 – Matilda Ciuca, RO
SSR marker TSM106 a convenient tool for wheat- rye 1AL.1RS translocation selection
P 259 – Byoung Min, UK
A lipidomic, genetic and biophysical approach to improving breadmaking quality in wheat
P 261 – Jayne E. Bock, CA
Using the GlutoPeak to benchmark Ontario winter wheat
P 263 – Theresa Albrecht, DE
Genome-based prediction of falling number stability in wheat breeding material
P 265 – Barend Wentzel, ZA
The contribution of non-prolamins (albumin and globulin) to dough properties in South African hard red wheat cultivars
P 267 – Anastasiya Zlatska, UA
Can some SSR markers associated with QTL for grain protein content be effective for common wheat improvement?
P 269 – Richard Cuthbert, CA
Sequence differences associated with near isogenic spring wheat sister lines for grain yield, grain protein, and end-use quality
P 271 – Sebastian Michel, AT
Improving the baking quality of bread wheat using rapid tests and genomic selection
P 273 – Jong-Yeol Lee, KR
Complementary and reliable identification of HMW-GS using RP-HPLC and SDS-PAGE in common wheat cultivars
P 275 – Carlos Guzman, MX
Study of the effects on processing and bread-making quality of the wheat bread making (wbm) gene in two bread wheat populations
  Future of Wheat Improvement in Different Parts of the World
P 277 – Peter Langridge, AU
Wheat Initiative: achievements and challenges
P 279 – Roi Ben-David, IL
WheatME: Improve wheat production under climate changes in the Middle East region
P 281 – Alexey Morgounov, TR
International Winter Wheat Improvement Program: serving global breeding community
P 283 – Vladimir Shamanin, RU
Kazakhstan-Siberia Network on Spring Wheat Improvement
P 285 – Tanja Gerjets, DE
proWeizen – The German Wheat Research and Breeding Alliance
P 287 – Ali Eskandari, IR
Investigating traits of some wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars in temperate zone in Iran
P 289 – Daniel Cristina, RO
Molecular characterization of some Romanian wheat cultivars using functional molecular markers for grain weight
P 291 – Hafeez ur Rehman, PK
Heat adapted wheat cultivars in Pakistan are associated with high stem water soluble carbohydrates and chlorophyll content
P 293 – Jens Léon, DE
Breeding innovations wheat for resilient cropping systems: genotype by crop management interactions in winter wheat
P 295 – Borislav Kobiljski, RS
A new opportunity for wheat improvement by exploiting desirable wheat variability derived from the crosses that combine the very best parents from East and West
P 297 – Jean-Pierre Cohan, FR
Assessing nitrogen deficiency tolerance of wheat varieties in registration process and breeding programs in France
P 299 – Dalia Z. Alomari, DE
Genome-wide association mapping of mineral contents in grains of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 301 – Anastasiya Zlatska, UA
Low genetic polymorphism and wide range of phenotypes in winter common wheat breeding for bread-making quality in Ukraine, understanding of mechanism and future challenge
P 303 – Xin Li, CN
Favorable alleles at genetic loci underlying the thousand-kernel weight of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the Huang-huai wheat-growing region of China
P 305 – Dario Fossati, CH
Introgression of three QTLs for pre-harvest sprouting tolerance in a bread wheat line
P 307 – Muhammad Imtiaz, MX
Enhancing and protecting wheat productivity in Pakistan through national and international collaboration
P 309 – Gustavo Azzimonti, UY
Field-based phenotyping for wheat diseases within a new multiple diseases platform in Uruguay: promoting germplasm sharing to increase resistance diversity
P 311 – Ivan Panayotov, BG
Yield capacity increasing in winter wheat by improvement of spike-stem-tillers (SST) complex
P 313 – Marina Shapturenko, BY
Differential SNP polymorphism of hexaploid wheat in relation F1 heterotic responce
P 315 – Eva Johansson, SE
Genetic impact on protein polymerization in various applications
 Harnessing Diversity for Triticeae Improvement
P 2 – Luzie Wingen, UK
Wheat landrace genome diversity
P 4 – Heike Lehnert, DE
Employing winter wheat diversity stored in genebanks to sustainably improve grain yield
P 6 – Patrizia Vaccino, IT
From landraces to modern lines: molecular characterization and association mapping in an Italian bread wheat collection
P 8 – Srinivasachary, UK
Widening the genetic base of Durum wheat
P 10 – Alexey Morgounov, TR
Characterization and utilization of currently grown Turkish wheat landraces
P 12 – Saule Abugalieva, KZ
Evaluation of hexaploid spring wheat cultivars from Kazakhstan based on adaptation related genes
P 14 – Thomas Müller, CH
High-throughput genotyping of Swiss bread and spelt wheat identifies unused gene pools for breeding
P 16 – Diane E. Mather, AU
Intergenomic SNPs reveal spontaneous interchanges between chromosomes 7A and 7D of wheat
P 18 – Martina Roselló, ES
Yield stability variation within Mediterranean durum wheats
P 20 – Aziz Salameh, PS
Genetic diversity in populations of wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) in Palestine
P 22 – Ravi Koppolu, DE
Towards understanding the genetic regulation of differences in floret number per spikelet within Triticeae, barley vs. wheat.
P 24 – Peter Sharp, AU
Emmer as a source of variation for bread wheat
P 26 – Liuling Yan, US
The dicot Medicago gene STF increased leaf width in monocot wheat
P 28 – Mohammad Taheb Safi, JP
Wide recovery ability by Afghan wheat landraces against severe osmotic stress: Its proline playing key role in reviving?
P 30 – Yue Jin, US
Increased stem rust susceptibility in synthetic hexaploids created between Triticum turgidum sspp. and Aegilops tauschii
P 32 – Valbona Hobdari, AL
Characterization of bread wheat (T. aestivum L.) germplasm stored in Albanian genebank based on quantitative agronomical traits
P 34 – Urmila Devi, UK
Introgression lines of Triticum timopheevii in cultivated wheat background and mapping of useful genes using SNP markers
P 36 – Lauren Baker, UK
Introgressing genetic diversity into wheat from the wild relative Thinopyrum elongatum
P 38 – Jack Heath, UK
Introgression of small segments of Secale cereale chromatin into Triticum aestivum via homoeologous recombination
P 40 – Surbhi Grewal, UK
Comparative mapping and targeted-capture sequencing of the gametocidal loci in Aegilops sharonensis
P 42 – Surbhi Grewal, UK
Characterisation of Thinopyrum bessarabicum chromosomes through genome wide introgressions into wheat
P 44 – Rebecca F. Talini, IT
Extensive molecular, phenotypic and geographic characterization of natural populations of the wild relative Triticum urartu occurring throughout the Fertile Crescent
P 46 – Yasir S. A. Gorafi, JP
Wheat multible synthetic derivatives population (MSD): a new resource for breeding, QTL mapping and genes isolation from Aegilops tauschii
P 48 – Ryo Nishijima, JP
Genetic marker development from RNA sequencing of Aegilops tauschii accessions and its application to fine mapping in synthetic hexaploid wheat
P 50 – Elisabetta Mazzucotelli, IT
A wide collection of wild emmer accessions to recover diversity for cultivated wheats
P 52 – Trude Schwarzacher, UK
Comparative molecular cytogenetic and epigenetic characterization of wheat alien hybrids and introgression lines
P 54 – Frank Ordon, DE
High-resolution mapping of a QTL for resistance to Fusarium Head Blight located on chromosome 2A of Triticum monococcum
P 56 – Eitan Millet, IL
Reducing the size of a chromosomal segment carrying leaf rust and stripe rust resistance that was introgressed from Aegilops sharonensis Eig. into bread wheat
P 58 – Vladimir Shamanin, RU
New productive primary hexaploid synthetics resistant to diseases and pests
P 60 – Brian Gilbert, AU
Simple inheritance of nonhost resistance mechanisms to wheat stripe rust in Brachypodium distachyon.
P 62 – Valentina Klymiuk, IL
Physical mapping of the stripe rust resistance gene YrG303 derived from wild emmer wheat
P 64 – Frank Ordon, DE
Identification of wheat dwarf virus (WDV) resistance/tolerance in wheat
P 66 – Maria del Carmen Calderón Pérez, ES
Wild and cultivated barley chromosomes can recognise and associate in pairs during early meiosis in the wheat background
P 68 – Zhongfu Ni, CN
Altered expression of TaRSL4 gene by genome interplay shapes root hair length in allopolyploid wheat
P 70 – M. K. Toporash, UA
Analysis of 1RS.1BL translocations in the lines of bread wheat of Ukrainian selection using molecular markers specific to rye and wheat chromatin
P 72 – Zuzana Ivaničová, CZ
Identification and characterization of a new Vrn-A1f-like allele responsible for flowering lateness in wheat
P 74 – Stefano Bencivenga, UK
Control of specific developmental stages as tool to wheat improvement
P 76 – Tatyana Pshenichnikova, RU
Development of a genetic basis for the comprehensive study of the of inheritance and physiological role of leaf pubescence in bread wheat
P 78 – Marion S. Röder, DE
Association genetics and validation strategies in European winter wheat varieties
P 80 – Dragan Perovic, DE
Candidate gene based association analysis of frost tolerance in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 82 – Roman Rozhkov, UA
The main areas of genetics and breeding research of wheat in the All-Ukrainian Scientific Institute of Breeding
P 84 – Hakan Özkan, TR
Genetic associations in the detection of QTLs for important agronomic and quality traits in durum wheat (Triticum durum L.)
P 86 – Patricia Giraldo, ES
Genetic diversity and association mapping for agromorphological and grain quality traits of a structured collection of spanish durum wheat
P 88 – Beáta Tóth, HU
Enrichment the genetic background of a wheat breeding project
P 90 – Delfina Barabaschi, IT
QTL for leaf nitrogen status in a bread wheat mapping population
 Genetics and Genomics of Biotic and Abiotic Stress Resistance
P 92 – Frank M. You, CA
Genomic tool for fine mapping and marker development of wheat resistance genes
P 94 – Aigul Abugaliyeva, KZ
Using wild relatives for creating disease-resistant spring wheat varieties
P 96 – Ellen Goudemand, FR
Development of a new pre-breeding scheme combining marker-assisted selection and genomic selection for improving wheat disease resistance
P 98 – Tzion Fahima, IL
Evolution and adaptation of wild emmer populations to wheat pathogens
P 100 – Holger Zetzsche, DE
Analysis of breeding progress for resistance against fungal pathogens in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 102 – Hermann Buerstmayr, AT
Plant morphology plays a large role in resistance to Fusarium head blight in wheat: focus on plant height and flowering morphology, implications for resistance breeding
P 104 – Miriam Gatti, FR
Detoxification of mycotoxins as a source of resistance to Fusarium head blight in cereals: an innovative translational biology approach between Brachypodium distachyon and bread wheat
P 106 – Valentina Spanic, HR
Potential involvement of antioxidant activity and fluorescence on Fusarium resistance and mycotoxin accumulation
P 108 – Jana Chrpová, CZ
Fusarium head blight in wheat in the Czech Republic
P 110 – Lily Tamburic-Ilincic, CA
Identification of genomic regions associated with resistance to Fusarium head blight, leaf rust and stem rust in winter wheat
P 112 – Ali Malihipour, IR
Reaction of Iranian wheat landraces to Fusarium head blight (FHB) under field and greenhouse conditions
P 114 – Wentao Zhang, CA
A systemic genetic and genomics approach to improve FHB resistance of wheat: walking through bi- and multi-parental QTL mapping to genomics prediction
P 116 – Harpinder Randhawa, CA
Characterization of Fusarium head blight resistance in Canadian spring wheat cultivar AAC Tenacious
P 118 – Giulia Mandalà, IT
The expression of the DON-detoxifying barley UDP-glycosil transferase HvUGT13248 enhances resistance to Fusarium Head Blight disease in durum wheat
P 120 – Fiona Doohan, IE
Genes for wheat resistance and susceptibility to Fusarium head blight and Septoria tritici blotch disease of wheat
P 122 – Manuel Hofer, AT
The transcriptome and metabolome of Fusarium graminearum during infection of wheat in presence and absence of the resistant QTL Fhb1 and Qfhs.ifa-5A
P 124 – Tomasz Góral, PL
Resistance of winter wheat breeding lines to Fusarium head blight and Fusarium toxins accumulation in grain
P 126 – Tomasz Góral, PL
Fusarium toxins and Fusarium species occurring in grain of winter wheat in Poland in the years 2014 and 2015
P 128 – Thérèse Ouellet, CA
Expression markers closely associated with the 2DL QTL locus for fusarium head blight resistance
P 130 – Sven Gottwald, DE
Localization of Fusarium root rot-induced metabolites related to wheat stem resistance using high-resolution mass spectrometry imaging
P 132 – Md Mahbubur Rahman, AU
Genetic control of resistance and tolerance to crown rot in wheat
P 134 – Ken Chalmers, AU
Tolerance of bread wheat to root-lesion nematode (Pratylenchus thornei) mapped on chromosome 3B
P 136 – Gyula Vida, HU
PmHo: a new powdery mildew resistance gene in wheat cultivar Mv Hombár
P 138 – Tetiana Shtefiuk, UA
Application of RGAP technique for genotype screening of introgressive wheat lines resistant to powdery mildew
P 140 – Morten Lillemo, NO
Fine mapping and validation of a major locus for race non-specific partial resistance to powdery mildew on chromosome arm 1AS in the German spring wheat cv. ‘Naxos’
P 142 – Eva Komínková, CZ
Positional cloning of powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed to bread wheat from Triticum militinae
P 144 – Éva Szakács, HU
Transfer of rust resistance from perennial rye (Secale cereanum) to bread wheat via recombinant 1RS.1BL translocation
P 146 – J. Michael Bonman, US
Resistance to the Ug99 stem rust race group among landrace wheat accessions from the USDA-ARS National Small Grains Collection
P 148 – Rohit Mago, AU
Adult plant stem rust resistance in a durum wheat ‘Glossy Huguenot’: mapping and marker development
P 150 – Jerry Johnson, US
Molecular characterization of stem rust Ug99 resistance gene SrA2K and its allelism with Sr42
P 152 – Ali Malihipour, IR
Seedling and adult-plant resistance to stem rust among the 2014 elite wheat genotypes of the north warm and humid zone in Iran
P 154 – Mahbubjon Rahmatov, SE
Inducing stem rust resistance gene Sr59 into adapted wheat cultivars
P 156 – Jianping Zhang, AU
Molecular organization of wheat stem rust resistance locus Sr26 introgressed from Thinopyrum ponticum
P 158 – Narayana M. Upadhyaya, AU
Use of virulence mutants in identifying wheat stem rust Avr genes
P 160 – Jim Kolmer, US
Mapping and characterization of the adult plant wheat leaf rust resistance gene Lr77
P 162 – Valentina Spanic, HR
Postulation and mapping of leaf, stem and stripe rust resistance in Option/Potent population
P 164 – Brent McCallum, CA
Additional leaf rust resistance genes found in the Thatcher near-isogenic wheat lines for Lr1 and Lr20
P 166 – Giuseppe Emanuele Condorelli, IT
Bulk segregant analysis (BSA) detects two major loci for leaf rust resistance in Triticum turgidum ssp. durum
P 168 – Ron E. Knox, CA
Leaf rust resistance on chromosome 7B of common wheat
P 170 – Alena Hanzalová, CZ
Wheat leaf rust virulence in the Czech Republic
P 172 – Figlan S., ZA
Phenotypic Screening and QTL mapping for adult plant resistance to leaf rust in a Popo/Kariega recombinant inbred line population
P 174 – Xianming Chen, US
Mapping genes for and developing wheat germplasm with resistance to stripe rust
P 176 – Renée Prins, ZA
Characterisation of the QYr.sgi-4A.1 region conferring partial stripe rust resistance in Kariega
P 178 – Alma Kokhmetova, KZ
Screening of Central Asian wheat germplasm for stripe rust resistance
P 180 – Afshari Farzad, IR
Determination of physiological races of Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici in Iran, 2015
P 182 – Peng Zhang, AU
Four stripe rust resistance genes at or close to the Yr5/Yr7 locus in wheat
P 184 – Satinder kaur, IN
Genome-wide association mapping for stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) resistance in Aegilops tauschii
P 186 – Karanjeet S. Sandhu, AU
Effect of climate on the expression of adult plant stripe rust resistance genes in wheat
P 188 – Clemence Marchal, UK
MutRenSeq to elucidate the relationship between Yr7 and Yr5
P 190 – Meriem Aoun, US
Inheritance and mapping of leaf rust and stem rust resistance genes in eight durum wheat genotypes
P 192 – Albrecht Serfling, DE
Identification of closely linked markers for wheat leaf and stripe rust resistance genes and virulence monitoring
P 194 – Maria Buerstmayr, AT
Mapping of quantitative adult plant resistance to leaf rust and stripe rust reveals co-location of three QTL conferring resistance to both rust pathogens descending from the durably resistant cultivar ‘Capo’.
P 196 – Mitaly Bansal, IN
Characterization of introgressed segment linked to Lr76 and Yr70 using flow-sorting and sequencing of recombinant chromosome of an introgression line
P 198 – Luigi Cattivelli, IT
Fine mapping of new loci for resistance to leaf rust and powdery mildew derived from T. turgidum ssp. dicoccum
P 200 – Tatyana Dolmatovich, RU
Identification of genes for resistance to leaf, stem, yellow rust and powdery mildew in the varieties of winter and spring wheat using molecular markers
P 202 – Pawel Czembor, PL
Resistance of European winter wheat cultivars to Zymoseptoria tritici isolate IPO88004
P 204 – Frank Ordon, DE
Identification and mapping of QTL for Zymoseptoria tritici resistance in the winter wheat accession HTRI 1410
P 206 – Kostya Kanyuka, UK
The wheat Stb6 gene for resistance to the Septoria tritici blotch disease encodes an evolutionary conserved wall-associated kinase like protein
P 208 – Huyen Phan, AU
Novel necrotrophic effector and sensitivity gene interaction of Septoria nodorum blotch in wheat adult plants
P 210 – Anja Karine Ruud, NO
Mapping and validation of SnTox3-Snn3 as a major determinant of susceptibility to Septoria nodorum leaf blotch under field conditions in Norway
P 212 – Manel Othmeni, UK
The exploitation of wheat/Ambylopyrum muticum introgression lines carrying inter-genomic rearrangements, involving the D genome with the A and B genome of wheat, for durum wheat improvement to STB disease
P 214 – Xinyao He, MX
QTL mapping for spot blotch resistance in two bi-parental mapping populations of bread wheat
P 216 – Xinyao He, MX
Resistance to spot blotch in two CIMMYT wheat breeding lines is conditioned by multiple QTLs of minor effects
P 218 – Curt McCartney, CA
Identification of ergot resistance QTL in durum wheat
P 220 – Veronika Dumalasova, CZ
Evaluation of resistance of winter wheat and spelt wheat genotypes against common bunt and dwarf bunt
P 222 – Almuth Elise Muellner, AT
Comparative mapping of common bunt and dwarf bunt resistance QTL in winter wheat
P 224 – Marion S. Röder, DE
Application of novel genomic tools for genome-wide analysis of resistance to eyespot disease in European winter wheat
P 226 – Dragan Perovic, DE
Identification of molecular markers for soil borne virus resistance in wheat
P 228 – Martina Bruschi, IT
Fine-mapping of QSbm.ubo-2BS=Sbm2, a major QTL for resistance to Soil-Borne Cereal Mosaic Virus (SBCMV)
P 230 – Hendrik Swiegers, ZA
Silencing of Diuraphis noxia virulence gene through RNA interference using a novel siRNA delivery method
P 232 – María-Dolores Rey, UK
Nutrient composition affects the crossover frequency in meiosis in wheat
P 234 – Klára Kosová, CZ
Comparative proteomics of stress-sensitive and stress-tolerant wheat and barley genotypes in response to abiotic and biotic stress factors using gel-based proteomic approaches
P 236 – Tibor Kiss, HU
Allele distribution of PPD-B1 and PPD-B1 photoperiod sensitivity genes, and their effects on heading in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 238 – Gábor Kocsy, HU
Light quality- and quantity-dependent redox control of metabolism in wheat
P 240 – Conxita Royo, ES
Can photoperiod sensitivity limit durum wheat adaptation to changing environments?
P 242 – Behzad Sadeghzadeh, IR
Agro-morphological variability in Iranian durum wheat landraces under highland cold rainfed conditions
P 244 – Ildikó Karsai, HU
Effects of ambient temperature in association with photoperiod on phenology in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 246 – Chuan Xia, CN
A novel wheat bZIP gene TabZIP14 participates in salt and freezing tolerances in transgenic plants
P 248 – Brook Byrns, CA
Modelling winter survival: an interactive tool
P 250 – Ilja Tom Prášil, CZ
Are the degrees of winter-hardiness of wheat varieties affected by their geographical and/or time period of origin?
P 252 – Qiang Li, CA
Transcriptome profiling of crowns during seasonal cold acclimation revealed similarities and differences in transcriptional regulations in winter and spring wheat
P 254 – Brian Fowler, CA
Wheat breeding programs designed for extremes in winter weather
P 256 – Gábor Galiba, HU
Light-quality and temperature dependent regulation of the freezing tolerance in cereals
P 258 – Jean Danyluk, CA
Identification and characterization of the expressed wheat crown miRNAome during cold acclimation and vernalization under field conditions
P 260 – Liping Xing, CN
Overexpression of ERF1-V from Haynaldia villosa can enhance the resistance of wheat to powdery mildew and increase the tolerance to salt and drought stresses
P 262 – Karim Dino Jamali, PK
Drought tolerance studies of advanced wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes
P 264 – Maryke Labuschagne, IT
Proteomic analysis of proteins responsive to drought and low temperature stress in a hard red spring wheat cultivar
P 266 – Judit Banyai, HU
Identifying superior durum wheat genotypes (T. durum Desf.) under rain-fed conditions
P 268 – Karolina Dudziak, PL
Effect of drought stress on lipid peroxidation level and ascorbate peroxidase activity in the inter-varietal single chromosome substitution lines of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
P 270 – Michał Nowak, PL
Influence of the water deficit on proline accumulation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) inter-varietal single chromosome substitution lines
P 272 – Chunlai Zhang, CN
Varietal difference and proteomic response to drought stress in wheat (Triticum aestivum)
P 274 – Frank Ordon, DE
Genetic dissection of QTLs conferring drought resistance derived from wild emmer wheat (Triticum diccocoides)
P 276 – Gaëtan Touzy, FR
Phenotypic characterization of French elite germplasm in response to drought stress.
P 278 – Bettina Berger, AU
Improved salinity tolerance and yield in an advanced backcross population of barley
P 280 – Penny Tricker, AU
Discovery of novel traits and loci for combined drought and heat tolerance
P 282 – Mingming Xin, CN
Regulatory role of TaIRE1 mediated TabZIP60 signaling pathway in heat tolerance of wheat
P 284 – Zhaorong Hu, CN
Histone acetyltransferase GCN5 is essential for heat stress-responsive gene activation and thermotolerance in Arabidopsis and wheat
P 286 – Huiru Peng, CN
Overexpression of wheat ferritin gene TaFER-5B enhances tolerance to heat stress and other abiotic stresses associated with the ROS scavenging system
P 288 – Awad A. E. Elbashir, IT
Multiple synthetic derivatives population: a new source to identify heat stress tolerance traits in bread wheat
P 290 – Kai Voss-Fels, DE
Linkage drag constrains the roots of modern wheat
P 292 – Danara Ormanbekova, IT
A candidate gene analysis of QTL for root growth angle in durum wheat
P 294 – Tetiana Iefimenko, UA
Triticum aestivum/Amblyopyrum muticum introgressive lines polymorphism of AGL21 gene, which participates in regulation of root development
P 296 – Andreas Stahl, DE
Response of wheat (Triticum aestivum) roots to nitrogen supply under drought
P 298 – Zifeng Guo, DE
Genome-wide association analyses for the determination of floret fertility in wheat
P 300 – Abdullah A. Jaradat, US
Abiotic stress differentially impacts agronomic and quality traits in bread and durum wheat
P 302 – Marlon le Roux, ZA
Is recruitment of SUMOylation the answer to climate resilience and increased crop yield?
P 304 – Yerlan Turuspekov, KZ
GWAS on yield components in Kazakh spring wheat accessions grown in three different environments
P 306 – Behzad Sadeghzadeh, IR
Challenges and prospects of durum wheat breeding programs in Iran
P 308 – Ruilian Jing, CN
Functional conservation and divergence among homoeologous genes at the TaSPL20 and TaSPL21 loci governing yield-related traits in hexaploid wheat in diverse water regimes
P 310 – Mark Jordan, CA
Candidate genes for pre-harvest sprouting tolerance on wheat chromosome 4A
P 312 – Dejan Dodig, RS
Morpho-anatomical and productive traits in wheat genotypes contrasting for peduncle water-soluble carbohydrates content
P 314 – Yi Wang, CN
Ammonium nitrogen participated in the interactions of cadmium/zinc in dwarf polish wheat (Triticum polonicum L.)
P 316 – Nidhi Rawat, US
Pore-forming toxin-like gene provides resistance against Fusarium head blight in wheat
P 318 – Zhengqiang Ma, CN
Map-based cloning of Fhb1 revealed unique mutation of a well-conserved gene resulting in resistance to wheat Fusarium head blight
P 320 – Guihua Bai, US
TaHRC is the key gene underlying Fhb1 resistance to Fusarium head blight in wheat
P 322 – Barbara Steiner, AT
Functional identification of the wheat gene enhancing mycotoxin detoxification of the major Fusarium resistance QTL Fhb1