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Genomics and Phenomics for Model-based Maize and Sorghum Breeding

Schedule

Day 1 - 10th June

8:30

9:00

 

Welcome

9:00

9:10

Domagoj Šimić,

Chairman of the EUCARPIA Maize and Sorghum Section: Introduction

9:10

9:20

Alain Charcosset,

Chair of the Scientific committee: Introduction

Session 1 - Genomes, polymorphism and structural variation

Chair:

Roberto Tuberosa

9:25

9:55

Patrick S. Schnable

Keynote lecture - Genomics and Automated, High-Throughput, Field-based Phenomics for Maize and Sorghum Breeding

9:55

10:15

Johann Joets

Structural and functional specificities of the genome of the European maize line FV2.

10:15

10:35

Matthieu Falque

Intra-specific diversity of recombination rate in Maize

10:35

11:00

 

Coffee break

Session 2 -  Epigenetics

Chair:

Roberto Tuberosa

11:00

11:30

Serena Varotto

Keynote lecture - Analysis of stress-induced epigenomic variability in maize

11:30

11:50

Clémentine Vitte

Maize methylome variation between B73 and the French inbred line FV2: extent and link to structural variation

Session 3 - Genetic resources, diversity organization (1)

Chair:

Pedro Revilla

11:55

12:25

John Doebley

Keynote lecture - The genetic architecture of maize domestication: Low hanging fruit and dark matter

12:25

12:45

Maud Tenaillon

An evolutionary perspective on European maize

12:45

14:00

 

Lunch break

Session 3 - Genetic resources, diversity organization (2)

Chair:

Pedro Revilla

14:00

14:20

Sandra Unterseer

Signatures of selection in a global maize panel

14:20

14:40

Stéphane Nicolas

A new and high-throughput DNA pooling method based on 50K illumina maize array to unravel genetic diversity within maize landraces germplasm and identify original genetic ressources for prebreeding

14:40

15:00

Pedro Revilla

Genetic stability of the mutant sugary1 in maize

15:00

15:20

Yvan Moënne-Loccoz

Significance of maize diversification for symbiotic interactions between roots and soil bacteria

Session 4 - New approaches for phenotyping and control of reproduction

Chair:

Claude Welcker

15:25

15:55

David Jordan

Keynote lecture - An integrated approach to sorghum crop improvement in a variable water limited environment

15:55

16:15

David Pot

Combining genetic analysis and breeding for multipurpose sorghum : from the development of a biomass phenotyping tool kit to the development of dedicated breeding schemes

16:15

16:40

Coffee break

16:40

17:00

Scott Chapman

Extending the phenotype - sensing the 'unobservable'

17:00

17:20

Wolfgang Schipprack

Identification of haploid seeds in maize by their oil content and controlling of misclassification rates

Session 5 - New insights in the genetics of traits (1)

Chair:

Alain Charcosset

17:25

17:55

Sherry Flint-Garcia

Keynote lecture - Applying the Maize Domestication Model to Utilize Maize Diversity

17:55

18:25

Natalia de Leon

Keynote lecture - The US Maize G X E Project: Overview, Progress and Perspective

18:25

18:45

Elisabetta Frascaroli

Development and characterization of the MAGIC maize population: a novel tool for QTL mapping

18:45

19:05

Silvio Salvi

Mapping QTLs for root architecture and yield in maize using a field-grown introgression library

Day 2 - 11th June

Session 5 - New insights in the genetics of traits (2)

8:30

Chair:

Domagoj Šimić

8:35

9:05

Albrecht Melchinger

Keynote lecture - Genomic prediction of hybrid performance in maize

9:05

9:25

Baptiste Guitton

Enhancing sorghum grain yield and quality for the Sudano-Sahelian zone of West Africa using the Backcross Nested Association Mapping (BCNAM) approach

9:25

9:45

Héloïse Giraud

Linkage disequilibrium with Linkage Analysis of Multiline Crosses Reveals Different Multiallelic QTL for Hybrid Performance in the Flint and Dent Heterotic Groups of Maize

9:45

10:05

Renaud Rincent

Recovering Power in Association Mapping Panels with Variable Levels of Linkage Disequilibrium

10:05

10:25

Steven Maenhout

Next Generation Mixed Model Analysis of Breeding Trials

10:25

10:45

Jean-Marcel Ribaut

Integrated Breeding Platform: A novel set of tools and services to support breeding programs

10:45

11:10

Coffee break

Session 6 - Genomic selection and marker assisted breeding

Chair:

Pascal Flament

11:15

11:45

Chris-Carolin Schoen

Keynote lecture - Usefulness of multiparental populations of maize for genome-based prediction

11:45

12:15

Rex Bernardo

Keynote lecture - Genomewide Selection in Maize, after the Initial Excitement

12:15

12:35

Laurence Moreau

Prediction accuracy of genomic selection in highly diverse panels and multiparental designs. Optimisation of calibration set

12:35

12:55

Fred van Eeuwijk

Improving prediction accuracy in genomic prediction for single and multiple environments

12:55

14:10

Lunch break

14:10

15:40

POSTER SESSION

... and coffee

15:40

15:55

Eucarpia section meeting

Session 7 - Bridging genetic and physiological models for breeding

Chair:

Jean-François Rami

16:00

16:30

Mark Cooper

Keynote lecture - Breeding drought tolerant maize for the U.S.Corn-Belt: Whole Genome Prediction

16:30

16:50

Graeme Hammer

Integrating Crop Ecophysiology and Modelling with Breeding

16:50

17:10

Delphine Luquet

Integrative biology and modelling of biomass sorghum growth to support its genetic analysis and ideotype conception

17:10

17:30

Christine Dillmann

The many routes to blooming as outcomes of a divergent selection experiment for flowering time in maize

17:30

17:45

Alain Charcosset,
Domagoj Šimić

Closing remarks - Farewell

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Day 3 - 12th June

Satellite technical sessions /working groups

  • 9:00 -13:00 Technical Session on Plant Phenotyping (Organizers: F. Tardieu, C. Welcker)
  • 9:30 -16:00 Working group on Maize Genetic Resources and Diversity (Organizers: A. Charcosset, B. Gouesnard, A. Zanetto)
  • 9:30 -15:00 Working group Sorghum Breeding (J.-Fr. Rami, D. Pot)

Satellite technical sessions / working groups, Friday, 12th June

Technical sessions/working groups detailed programm
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