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The program of ICLGG 2019 is updated as details become available.

Fifteen minute talks and flash talks will be selected according to abstract submissions (find out more here). 

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Day    Scientific sessions and events
Monday
May 13th, 2019

  Afternoon and evening

  • Session #1 – Opening and introduction
  • Social – Welcome Cocktail evening
Tuesday
May 14th, 2019

  Morning

  • Session #2 – Genomes
  • Session #3 – Functional Genomics

  Afternoon and evening

  • Session #4 – Seed biology and quality
  • Session #5 – Legume diversity
  • Social – Wine and cheese tasting

  Business meetings are scheduled throughout the day

Wednesday
May 15th, 2019

  Morning

  • Session #6 – Plant development and signalling
  • Session #7 – Genomics for agro-ecological services

  Afternoon and evening

  • Session #8 – Symbioses
  • Social – Guided visit of historic Dijon

  Business meetings are scheduled throughout the day

Thursday
May 16th, 2019

  Morning

  • Session #9 – Abiotic stress resistance
  • Session #10 – Genome enabled breeding

  Afternoon and evening

  • Session #11 – Biotic stress resistance
  • Social – Gourmet Gala Dinner

  Business meetings are scheduled throughout the day

Friday
May 17th, 2019

  Morning

  • Field visit #1 – High throughput phenotyping platform
  • Field visit #2 – Experimental field trials

  Afternoon

  • Social – Picnic lunch and hike among the grape vines

Full program details

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Day 1
13 May 2019
Day 2
14 May 2019
Day 3
15 May 2019
Day 4
16 May 2019
Day 5
17 May 2019
18:00 - 19:15

SESSION #1- Introduction and opening

Introduction

Speaker TBC

Keynote 1A – Challenges faced by agriculture and the role of legume crops

Indroductory conference given by Dr. Zia Mehrabi of the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, the Institute for Resources Environment and Sustainability, and the Center for Sustainable Food Systems at...
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Dr. Zia MEHRABI

Social event – Welcome cocktail evening

Included in registration price.
09:00 - 10:45

Session #2 – Genomes

Keynote 2 – Tracing Legume origin and evolution through computational reconstruction of extinct ancestral genomes

Scientific plenary conference given by Dr Jérôme Salse, Research Director, National Research Institute of Agronomy. In comparing the genomes of garden pea (Pisum sativum), peanut (Arachis duranensis), lotus (Lotus Japonicus), barrel...
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Dr. Jérôme SALSE

Talk 2/1 – Extreme genetic signatures of local adaptation during plant colonization

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Extreme genetic signatures of local adaptation during plant colonization Stig U. Andersen – Associate professor, Aarhus University, Denmark

Talk 2/2 – Development and utilization of cowpea genetic and genomic resources

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Development and utilization of cowpea genetic and genomic resources Maria Munoz-Amatriain – Assistant Professor, Colorado State University, USA

Talk 2/3 – High quality genome sequence reveals important events during domestication of White Lupin

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions High quality genome sequence reveals important events during domestication of White Lupin Barbara Hufnagel – Post doctoral student, BPMP-CNRS, France

Talk 2/4 – Long Non-coding RNA repertoire of Soybean and identification of lncRNAs potentially associated with agronomic traits

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Long Non-coding RNA repertoire of Soybean and identification of lncRNAs potentially associated with agronomic traits Mohan Singh – Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia

Flash Talk 2/5 – Improvement of mungbean genome by Pacbio Sequel and Hi-C

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Improvement of mungbean genome by Pacbio Sequel and Hi-C Liu Changyou Associated – Professor, Institute of Cereal and Oil Crops, Hebei Academy of...
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Flash Talk 2/6 – The pan-transcriptome of Vicia faba

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The pan-transcriptome of Vicia faba Leandro Andrés Escobar-Herrera –  Ph.D Student, Aarhus University, Denmark

Flash Talk 2/7 – Oligo-based approach for comparative mapping of lupin chromosomes

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Oligo-based approach for comparative mapping of lupin chromosomes Wojciech Bielski – PhD Student, Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
10:45 - 11:30

Morning break

11:30 - 13:00

Session #3 – Functional genomics

Keynote 3 – Gene and protein networks controlling associations between legumes and their microbial symbionts

Scientific plenary conference given by J.M. Ane, Professor of Bacteriology and Agronomy at the Departments of Bacteriology and Agronomy, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dr. J.M. ANE

Talk 3/1 – Unraveling Molecular Regulators of Floral Transition in Shoot Apical Meristem of Soybean

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Unraveling Molecular Regulators of Floral Transition in Shoot Apical Meristem of Soybean Prem Bhalla – Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia

Talk 3/2 – Forward genetics coupled with genome sequencing identifies genes essential for symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Medicago truncatula Tnt1 population

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Forward genetics coupled with genome sequencing identifies genes essential for symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Medicago truncatula Tnt1 population Rebecca Dickstein – Professor,...
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Talk 3/3 – Impact of MtDCL3 and MtRTL1b, two ribonucleases type III, in small RNA and epigenetic dynamics of symbiotic nodules in Medicago truncatula

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Impact of MtDCL3 and MtRTL1b, two ribonucleases type III, in small RNA and epigenetic dynamics of symbiotic nodules in Medicago truncatula Martin Crespi...
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Flash talk 3/4 – Tnt1 insertion lines: A functional genomics tool in Medicago truncatula

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Tnt1 insertion lines: A functional genomics tool in Medicago truncatula Kirankumar Mysore – Professor, Noble Research Institute, USA

Flash talk 3/5 – The regulation of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by microRNAs in the model legume Phaseolus vulgaris

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The regulation of symbiotic nitrogen fixation by microRNAs in the model legume Phaseolus vulgaris Damien Formey – Junior Group Leader, Center for Genomic...
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Flash talk 3/6 – Aeschynomene mutants

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Aeschynomene mutants Johan Quilbé – PhD Student, IRD, France
13:00 - 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 - 16:15

Session #4 – Seed biology and quality

Keynote 4 – Soybean seed development

Scientific plenary session given by Pr John Harada PhD, Department of Plant Biology, University of California, Davis  
Pr. John HARADA

Talk 4/1 – Genetics and genomics of seed quality traits in pea

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genetics and genomics of seed quality traits in pea Claire Domoney – Head of Metabolic Biology, John Innes Centre, United Kingdom

Talk 4/2 – Identification of the ABSCISIC ACID4 transcription factor in the environmental control of seed longevity during maturation in legume seeds.

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Identification of the ABSCISIC ACID4 transcription factor in the environmental control of seed longevity during maturation in legume seeds. Julia Buitink – Research...
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Talk 4/3 – Sequence analysis and marker development for high α-tocopherol soybean: targeting γ-tocopherol methyltransferase gene γ-TMT3

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Sequence analysis and marker development for high α-tocopherol soybean: targeting γ-tocopherol methyltransferase gene γ-TMT3 Maria Stefanie Dwiyanti – Assistant Professor, Hokkaido University, Japan

Talk 4/4 – Characterization of the biosynthesis of saponins during seed development in peas (Pisum sativum).

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Characterization of the biosynthesis of saponins during seed development in peas (Pisum sativum). Richard Thompson – Research director, INRA UMR1347 Agroecology, France

Flash talk 4/5 – Genetic architecture landscape of common bean metabolome – An association study for quality breeding

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genetic architecture landscape of common bean metabolome – An association study for quality breeding Maria Carlota Vaz Patto – Principal Investigator, ITQB NOVA...
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Flash talk 4/6 – Elucidating the genetic determinism of the plasticity of seed proteins in response to the environment using Medicago truncatula

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Elucidating the genetic determinism of the plasticity of seed proteins in response to the environment using Medicago truncatula Kevin Cartelier – PhD student,...
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Flash talk 4/7 – Genome-Wide Association Study for Seed Quality Traits in Chickpea

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genome-Wide Association Study for Seed Quality Traits in Chickpea Alanna Orsak – Graduate Student, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
16:15 - 17:00

Break & poster visits

17:00 - 18:30

Session #5 – Legume diversity

Keynote 5 – Phylogenomics and evolutionary diversification of legumes: live fast and die young.

Scientific plenary session given by Pr Colin Hughes PhD, Department of Systematic & Evolutionary Botany, University of Zurich on the topic of “Phylogenomics and evolutionary diversification of legumes: live fast and...
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Pr Colin HUGHES

Talk 5/1 – Bean Adapt: the genomics of adaptation during crop expansion of common bean

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Bean Adapt: the genomics of adaptation during crop expansion of common bean Roberto Papa – Professor, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

Talk 5/2 – Genome-wide association study to identify new QTLs for flowering time variation with and without vernalisation in narrow-leafed lupin

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genome-wide association study to identify new QTLs for flowering time variation with and without vernalisation in narrow-leafed lupin Candy Taylor – PhD Student,...
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Talk 5/3 – Tapping the genetic resources of wild pea: Genetic response of Pisum fulvum to drought stress

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Tapping the genetic resources of wild pea: Genetic response of Pisum fulvum to drought stress Timo Hellwig – Ph.D. student, Hebrew University of...
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Flash talk 5/4 – Exploiting wild germplasm to expand the genetic diversity and enhance the adaptive potential of domesticated chickpea

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Exploiting wild germplasm to expand the genetic diversity and enhance the adaptive potential of domesticated chickpea Toby Newman – Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Curtin...
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Flash talk 5/5 – Characterization of the bean populations and their symbionts

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Characterization of the bean populations and their symbionts Dahmane Hadou El Hadj – PhD, Université Paris sud, France

Flash talk 5/6 – CRP-GLDC adopts modern breeding approches to enhance effeciencies of six grain legumes.

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions CRP-GLDC adopts modern breeding approches to enhance effeciencies of six grain legumes. Janila Pasupuleti – Principal Scientist & Leader for “Variety and Hybrid...
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09:00 - 10:45

Session #6 – Plant development and signalling

Keynote 6 – Deciphering hormone signaling pathways in pea for perspectives of applications

Scientific plenary session given by Dr. Catherine Rameau, Senior Research Scientist at the French National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA)
Dr. Catherine RAMEAU

Talk 6/1 – Genetic control of primary shoot length and flowering time indicated by over expression of MtCDF5 a CYCLING DOF FACTOR-LIKE gene in Medicago

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genetic control of primary shoot length and flowering time indicated by over expression of MtCDF5 a CYCLING DOF FACTOR-LIKE gene in Medicago Joanna...
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Talk 6/2 – F-box protein INP1 regulates motor organ development and organ size in Medicago truncatula

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions F-box protein INP1 regulates motor organ development and organ size in Medicago truncatula Shaoli Zhou – PhD student, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese...
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Talk 6/3 – Comparative Genetics of Leaf Shape Determination

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Comparative Genetics of Leaf Shape Determination Julie Hofer – Director, Shortland Flats Limited, New Zealand

Talk 6/4

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions

Flash talk 6/5 – White lupin cluster root, a model to understand lateral root developmental adaptations

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions White lupin cluster root, a model to understand lateral root developmental adaptations Cécilia Gallardo – pHD, INRA Biologie et Physiologie Moléculaire des Plantes,...
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Flash talk 6/6

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions

Business presentation

1 x 5-minute  business presentation
10:45 - 11:30

Morning break

11:30 - 13:00

Session #7 – Genomics for agro-ecological services

Keynote 7 – Dissecting complex microbial communities for advanced probiotics development

Scientific plenary session given by Pr. Eric Kemen, Interfaculty Institute of Microbiology and Infection Medicine & Center for Plant Molecular Biology, University of Tuebingen
Pr. Eric KEMEN

Talk 7/1 – Translational Genomics to Leverage Discoveries in Alfalfa to Advance Breeding in Cover Crop Legumes

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Translational Genomics to Leverage Discoveries in Alfalfa to Advance Breeding in Cover Crop Legumes Maria Monteros – Associate Professor, Noble Research Institute, USA

Talk 7/2 – The competitiveness to form nodules shapes the capacities of Rhizobium leguminosarum sv viciae communities to promote symbiosis with specific hosts

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The competitiveness to form nodules shapes the capacities of Rhizobium leguminosarum sv viciae communities to promote symbiosis with specific hosts Marc Lepetit –...
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FlashTalk 7/3 – Dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) crop diversity effects on production

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) crop diversity effects on production K. Peter Pauls – Professor, University of Guelph, Canada

Flash talk 7/4 – Genome-wide association study for resistance of pea against a complex of root rot pathogens

5-minute scientific communications selected from abstract submissions Genome-wide association study for resistance of pea against a complex of root rot pathogens Lukas Wille – Doctoral Student Molecular Plant Breeding, IAS,...
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Flash talk 7/5 – Determinism and genetic diversity of pea intercropping ability in pea-wheat association

5-minute scientific communications selected from abstract submissions Determinism and genetic diversity of pea intercropping ability in pea-wheat association Thibault GUEGAN – PhD Student, INRA, France

Flash talk 7/6 – Non- Domesticated Legumes (Vigna Species): Farmer’s Perceptions, Preferences and Prospective Uses towards Human exploitation

5-minute scientific communications selected from abstract submissions Non- Domesticated Legumes (Vigna Species): Farmer’s Perceptions, Preferences and Prospective Uses towards Human exploitation Difo Voukang Harouna – PhD Student, Nelson Mandela African...
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Flash talk 7/7 – PHENOVIA a field experimental platform in Burgundy for grain legumes phenotyping under low chemical inputs.

5-minute scientific communications selected from abstract submissions PHENOVIA a field experimental platform in Burgundy for grain legumes phenotyping under low chemical inputs. Xavier Pinochet – Head of MTI dept, Terres...
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Business presentation

1 x 5-minute  business presentation
13:00 - 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 - 16:30

Session #8 – Symbioses

Keynote 8 -The genetic program controlling legume symbioses

Scientific plenary conference given by Professor Jens Stougaard, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University.
Pr. Jens STOUGAARD

Talk 8/1 – Nodule-specific PLAT domain proteins required for nitrogen-fixing symbiosis and host-strain specificity

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Nodule-specific PLAT domain proteins required for nitrogen-fixing symbiosis and host-strain specificity Catalina Pislariu – Assistant Professor, Texas Woman’s University, USA

Talk 8/2 – The genome sequence of the Nod-independent Aeschynomene evenia uncovers new features of the rhizobium-legume symbiosis

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The genome sequence of the Nod-independent Aeschynomene evenia uncovers new features of the rhizobium-legume symbiosis Jean-Francois Arrighi – Research Scientist, IRD, France

Talk 8/3 – The early transcriptomes of M. truncatula wild type and hypernodulation mutant plants inoculated with rhizobia implicate targets of the autoregulation of nodulation (AON) pathway

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The early transcriptomes of M. truncatula wild type and hypernodulation mutant plants inoculated with rhizobia implicate targets of the autoregulation of nodulation (AON)...
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Talk 8/4 – Local and systemic pathways regulating symbiotic nodulation in the Medicago truncatula legume

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Local and systemic pathways regulating symbiotic nodulation in the Medicago truncatula legume Florian Frugier – Researcher, CNRS, France

Talk 8/5 – Structural variations in LysM domains of Pisum sativum L. LysM-RLK K1 may result in a different effect on pea-rhizobial symbiosis development

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Structural variations in LysM domains of Pisum sativum L. LysM-RLK K1 may result in a different effect on pea-rhizobial symbiosis development Anna Kirienko...
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Flash talk 8/6 – Characterisation of Medicago truncatula CLE34 and CLE35 in nitrate-dependent regulation of nodulation

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Characterisation of Medicago truncatula CLE34 and CLE35 in nitrate-dependent regulation of nodulation Celine Mens – PhD candidate, University of Queensland, Australia

Flash talk 8/7 – The synergistic relationship between the bHLHm1 TF and the ammonium transporter AMF1 in rhizobia and AM fungal symbioses of legumes

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions The synergistic relationship between the bHLHm1 TF and the ammonium transporter AMF1 in rhizobia and AM fungal symbioses of legumes Brent Kaiser –...
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Business presentation

1 x 5-minute  business presentation

ICLGG IAB meeting

Public meeting of the ICLGG International Advisory Board Agenda: Submissions for hosting the 10th edition of ICLGG (2021) Nominations for membership to the IAB   For more information on submissions...
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17:10 - 18:30

Break & poster visits

09:00 - 10:45

Session #9 – Abiotic stress resistance

Keynote 9 – Transcriptome and metabolome analysis of soybean in response to drought stress

Scientific plenary session given by Dr. Kaoro Urano, Research Scientist at the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, on the topic of “Transcriptome and metabolome analysis of soybean in response...
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Dr. Kaoru URANO

Talk 9/1 – Peptide-mediated conserved signalling mechanisms regulate root and nodule development in response to nitrogen availability

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Peptide-mediated conserved signalling mechanisms regulate root and nodule development in response to nitrogen availability Nijat Imin – Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New...
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Talk 9/2 – Improving legume Water Use Efficiency by exploiting Epidermal Patterning Factor signalling

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Improving legume Water Use Efficiency by exploiting Epidermal Patterning Factor signalling Caspar Chater – MSCA IF Global Fellow, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Talk 9/3 – Genome-wide association analysis of salinity stress related traits in Medicago truncatula

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genome-wide association analysis of salinity stress related traits in Medicago truncatula Yun Kang, Staff Scientist, Noble Research Institute, United States

Talk 9/4 – Interplay between sulfur nutrition and water stress tolerance in pea : a focus on seed development and composition

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Interplay between sulfur nutrition and water stress tolerance in pea : a focus on seed development and composition Karine Gallardo – Co-leader of...
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Flash talk 9/5 – Relevance of carbon distribution towards reproductive organs in the resistance to terminal drought of common bean cultivars

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Relevance of carbon distribution towards reproductive organs in the resistance to terminal drought of common bean cultivars Alejandra Covarrubias – Academic Instituto de...
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Flash talk 9/6 – Interspecific Cicer transcriptome divergence under drought stress

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Interspecific Cicer transcriptome divergence under drought stress Susan Moenga – Graduate student, University of California-Davis, United States

Flash talk 9/7 – A novel miRNA regulates root tolerance to cadmium in Medicago truncatula.

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions A novel miRNA regulates root tolerance to cadmium in Medicago truncatula. Christine Lelandais-Briere – Assistant professor, IPS2 / Université Paris Diderot, France
10:45 - 11:30

Morning break

11:30 - 13:00

Session #10 – Genome-enabled breeding

Keynote 10 – Genome-enabled breeding of peanut

Scientific plenary session given by Dr. Soraya Leal-Bertioli, Senior Research Scientist – University of Georgia, USA on the topic of genome-enabled breeding of peanut.
Dr. Soraya LEAL-BERTIOLI

Talk 10/1 – Implementing Genomic Selection Assisted Breeding in Lentil and Field Pea

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Implementing Genomic Selection Assisted Breeding in Lentil and Field Pea Sukhjiwan Kaur – Senior Research Scientist, Agriculture Victoria Research, Australia

Talk 10/2 – Delivering the genomics and genetics of resilient, high yielding and nutritious tropical legumes to smallholder farmers through efficient seed systems

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Delivering the genomics and genetics of resilient, high yielding and nutritious tropical legumes to smallholder farmers through efficient seed systems Chris Ojiewo –...
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Talk 10/3 – Adapting lentil to different environments

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Adapting lentil to different environments Kirstin Bett – Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Flash talk 10/4 – A genetic toolbox for Vicia faba improvement

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions A genetic toolbox for Vicia faba improvement Donal O’Sullivan – Professor of Crop Science, University of Reading, United Kingdom

Flash talk 10/5 – Genome wide association study of traits of economic importance in pea

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genome wide association study of traits of economic importance in pea Tom Warkentin – Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Business presentation

1 x 5-minute  business presentation

Flash talk 10/6 – Flexible and rapid gene introgression tailored to multiple legume species and genetic approaches

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Flexible and rapid gene introgression tailored to multiple legume species and genetic approaches Judith Lichtenzveig – Senior Research Fellow, University of Western Australia,...
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13:00 - 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 - 16:30

Session #11 – Biotic stress resistance

Keynote 11 – Resistance to biotic stress of pulses

Scientific plenary session given by Dr. Marie-Laure PILET-NAYEL, Research Scientist at INRA IGEPP, on the topic of of resistance to biotic stress of pulses
Dr. Marie-laure PILET-NAYEL

Talk 11/1 – Genomic and epigenomic immunity in common bean: the unusual features of NB-LRR gene family

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Genomic and epigenomic immunity in common bean: the unusual features of NB-LRR gene family Valerie Geffroy – DR2, INRA, France

Talk 11/2 – Candidate genes for selective Ascochyta lentis resistance breeding in lentil

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Candidate genes for selective Ascochyta lentis resistance breeding in lentil Rebecca Ford – Professor and Dean (research), Griffith University, Australia

Talk 11/3 – Crosstalk between symbiosis and immunity in Medicago truncatula.

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Crosstalk between symbiosis and immunity in Medicago truncatula. Christophe Jacquet – Professor, University of Toulouse, France

Talk 11/4 – Towards bruchid resistance in pulses

15-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Towards bruchid resistance in pulses Estefania Carrillo-Perdomo – Postdoc, INRA, France

Flash talk 11/5 – Fine mapping Ruv2, a new rust resistance gene in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), to a 193-kb region enriched with NBS-type genes

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Fine mapping Ruv2, a new rust resistance gene in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), to a 193-kb region enriched with NBS-type genes Xinyi Wu –...
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Flash talk 11/6 – Pea breeding for pest and disease resistance with a focus on Mediterranean constraints

5-minute scientific communication selected from abstract submissions Pea breeding for pest and disease resistance with a focus on Mediterranean constraints Diego Rubiales – Professor, Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, CSIC, Spain
16:10 - 16:20

Closing address

16:30 - 18:30

Break & poster visits

19:00

Social event – Gourmet Gala Dinner

Field visit #1 – Visit of high-throughput phenotyping facilities

Visits of experimental platforms – fields and glasshouses

Field visit #2 – Visit of experimental field trials

Visits of experimental platforms – fields and glasshouses

Social event – Picnic + Hiking in the vines

A guided hike among Burgundy’s famous vineyards

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