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International scientific conference: Genetics to the rescue - Managing forests sustainably in a changing world

Posters

Here is the list of posters that were shown at the conference, during coffee breaks.

Session type

Title

Gender

First name

Last Name

Country

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Simulation of tree breeding through open pollinated offspring via birch as a case study.

Ms

Sara

Abrahamsson

Sweden

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Selection gradients under two contrasting environments in Maritime pine 

Mr

Ricardo

Alia

Spain

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Comparative analysis of genetic diversity in natural and breeding populations

Mr

Ricardo

Alia

Spain

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Characterization of the European conservation network for 12 forest tree species: findings and perspectives

Mr

Filippos

Aravanopoulos

Greece

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Population genetic and epigenetic monitoring for evaluating genetic resources across time and space

Mr

Filippos

Aravanopoulos

Greece

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Incorporating phylogeography for modelling the distribution of the carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua, Leguminosae) in future climate change

Mr

Alex

Baumel

France

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Evolution in real time: assessing genetic change in Aleppo pine through a selection experiment

Mr

Jose

Climent

Spain

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Transcriptome analysis reveals different physiological mechanisms of drought avoidance between the relict conifers Abies pinsapo and Cedrus atlantica

Ms

Irene 

Cobo-Simón

Spain

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Genome-wide association study of drought responses in Swiss Fagus sylvatica

Ms

Lucienne

de Witte

Switzerland

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: National programme for the Conservation of Forest Genetic resources in France

Ms

Aurore

Desgroux

France

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Fingerprinting of genetic diversity as a tool for conservation management of forest genetic resources in the peripheral island endemic tree of Cedrus brevifolia (Hook f.) Henry.

Mr

Nicolas-George

Eliades

Cyprus

Conference session 1: GENOME & ENVIRONMENT

POSTER: An automated bioinformatics pipeline: from importing SNP data to estimating population genetic parameters

Ms

Anna-Maria 

Farsakoglou

Greece

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: GENWOOD – Exploring the genomic basis of wood anatomy

Mr

Patrick

Fonti

Switzerland

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Proposal of a network of conservation units of forest genetic resources in Spain. The importance of GENTREE sampling points as network nodes.

Mr

José M.

García del Barrio

España

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Dynamic of fructification and conservation of genetic resources of Pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in light of climate changes

Ms

Anđelina

Gavranović

Croatia

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Development of a new tool (4TREE) for adapted genome selection in European tree species

Ms

Romane

Guilbaud

France

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: What are the  physiological processes involved in tree reproduction and how climate change impacts it?

Mr

Valentin

Journe

France

Conference session 1: GENOME & ENVIRONMENT

POSTER: Genomic assessment of Scots pine expansion in Europe.

Mr

Chedly

Kastally

Finland

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Gene flow and mating system analysis of European beech and Silver fir to be used in monitoring of genetic diversity

Mr

Darius

Kavaliauskas

Germany

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: The last trees-survivors: a pilot study of characteristics of Picea abies surviving Ips typograpus outbreak

Ms

Nataliya

Korolyova

Czech Republic

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Development, implementation and monitoring of measures for genetic protection of forests

Ms

Hojka

Kraigher

Slovenia

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Genetic variation in Taxus baccata L.: a case study supporting Poland’s protection and restoration program

Ms

Monika

Litkowiec

Poland

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Signs of epigenetic regulation of spring phenology, photosynthesis and drought tolerance in Abies nordmanniana emblings 

Mr

Albin

Lobo

Denmark

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Survey results show positive perceptions of adaptive tree breeding

Mr

Christophe

Orazio

France

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Assessment of the impact of land use change on ecological security

Ms

Iuliia

Polevshchikova

Russia

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Testing a pan-European minimal approach for genetic monitoring in beech and poplar

Ms

Birte

Pakull

Germany

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Genetic species assignment reveals considerable levels of
admixture in three interfertile European white oak species

Mr

Oliver

Reutimann

Switzerland

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Variation of the serotiny levels in Pinus halepensis according to the fire reccurence: genome-wide association study

Mr

Bastien

Romero

France

Conference session 4: EVOLUTIONARY MANAGEMENT

POSTER: Natural and artificial selection on seedling traits in Scots pine

Ms

Sonja

Kujala

Finland

Conference session 1: GENOME & ENVIRONMENT

POSTER: Predicting the adaptive landscape of European common beech (Fagus sylvatica) in the face of climate change

Ms

Meredith

Schuman

Switzerland

Conference session 1: GENOME & ENVIRONMENT

POSTER: GenTree Upside Down: Local adaptation of Nothofagus pumilio along environmental gradients in the Andes

Ms

Jill

Sekely

Germany

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Temporal variation in effective reproductive success and non-random dispersal in forest trees

Ms

Nataša 

Šibanc

Slovenia

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Solving a puzzle of half a million rings – How did we measure the tree-ring width series from the H2020 GenTree project?

Ms

Lenka

Slámová

Switzerland

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Straightening the crooked: unveiling the adaptive implications of tree stem postural control

Ms

Rosario

Sierra-de-Grado

Spain

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: Balancing genomic selection and genetic diversity in the breeding program of Populus nigra

Mr

Mathieu

Tiret

Sweden

Conference session 3: CONSERVING and USE

POSTER: The assessment of the genetic resources of black poplar (Populus nigra L.) populations from the Oder valley - implications for the conservation of the species gene pool in Poland

Mr

Błażej

Wójkiewicz

Poland

Conference session 1: GENOME & ENVIRONMENT

POSTER: Spatial genetic differentiation in Picea glauca stands in Alaska

Ms

Melanie

Zacharias

Germany

Conference session 2: LOCAL ADAPTATION

POSTER: Local adaptation in silver birch growth and stem quality traits in Latvia

Mr

Pauls

Zeltins

Latvia

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