Session 1 – Omics to study and use genetic resources in plant

POSTER COMMUNICATIONS

1.12
Innovative genomic library preparation methods for plant genotyping of large populations

De Antoni L., Marcolungo L., Vincenzi L., Limongi A.R., Lucchini F., Delledonne M., Rossato M.

1.13
Innovative approaches for RNAseq library preparation represent valuable tools to improve plant population studies

Rossato M., Lopatriello G., Grosso V., Ferraris I., Cosentino E., Carlomagno M., Delledonne M.

1.14
Integrating pan-genomes with multiparent mapping populations: preliminary results from a Zea mays pan-genome developed from the MAGIC maize parental lines

Riccucci E., Caproni L., Scaglione D., Schwope R., Miculan M., Mager S., Pè M.E., Dell’Acqua M.

1.15
Decoding gene regulation: NAC family investigation in grapevine

Fattorini C., Licursi V., Foresti C., Farinati S., Magris G., Pezzotti M., Zenoni S.

1.16
Genome-wide comparative and evolutionary study of xyloglucan endotransglucosylase/hydrolase genes in four cultivated plant families

Guadagno A., Dublino R., Andolfo G., Ercolano M.R.

1.17
Phenotypic evolution in durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) based on SNPs, morphological traits, UPOV descriptors and kernel-related traits

Marzario S., Sica R., Morante V., Verrastro C., Taranto F., Fania F., Esposito S., De Vita P., Gioia T., Logozzo G.

1.18
SNP genotyping to explore genetic diversity: the case of Montenegrin durum wheat landraces

Velimirović V., Jovović Z., Perović D., Lehnert H., Mikić S., Mandić D., Pržulj N., Mangini G., Finetti-Sialer M.

1.19
Genetic characterization of Italian Zea mays L. landraces, originally cultivated in Lazio Region – MAREVAL

Terracciano I., Bassolino L., Nicoletti F., Balconi C., Taviani P., Rea R., Redaelli R.

1.20
Investigation on the genetic diversity of grapevine clones from Apulian and Campanian varieties

Procino S., Villano C., Carputo D., D’Agostino N., Di Serio E., Fanelli V., La Notte P., Miazzi M.M., Montemurro C., Taranto F., Aversano R.

1.21
Common bean intelligent collection evaluation and identification of climate-resilient cultivars for European agrofood systems

Marzario S., Sabato R., Morante V., Verrastro C., Santoro G., Bellucci E., Logozzo G., Gioia T., Papa R.

1.22
RESToRE Project: REcovery and valorization of traditional Solanum tuberosum varieties at Risk of Extinction

Natale R., Martina M., Vergnano E., Milani A.M., Prina A., Paffetti D., Andrenelli L., Portis E.

1.23
Molecular characterization of Brassica oleracea landraces based on SNP markers

Zuluaga D.L., Curci P.L., Blanco E., D’Agostino N., Sonnante G.

1.24
Study of the genetic variability in a collection of Italian ecotypes of Saccharum spontaneum by SSR markers

Rabboni D., Farina A., Giorgi D., Lucretti S., Corinzia S.A., Crapio E., Barbanti L., Salvi S.

1.25
Two different genotyping methods suggest uncommon reproductive behaviour in Apium graveolens L. local populations from the Lazio region

Scariolo F., Draga S., Farinon B., Rea R., Taviani P., Barcaccia G., Mazzucato A.

1.26
Molecular and phenotypic characterization of Cichorium endivia for breeding purposes

Cocozza A., Angelini P., Leteo F., Platani C., Dattoli M.A., Fabrizi S., Tripodi P., Natalini A.

1.27
Genetic and genomic resources to dissect the variation of rocket salad: integrative approaches for cultivar fingerprinting and germplasm management

D’Alessandro R., Cocozza A., Nicolia A., Tripodi P.

1.28
GWAS and haplotype block analysis reveal QTNs and candidate genes for morpho-phenological traits in durum wheat

Taranto F., Esposito S., Fania F., Sica R., Marzario S., Logozzo G., Gioia T., De Vita P.

1.29
The CIRCE project: molecular traceability and technological/nutritional quality characterization for the valorisation of Sicilian durum wheat landraces

Bonarrigo M., Metelli G., Sestili F., Geisslitz S., Scherf K., Messina B., Russo G., Masci S.

1.30
UnRAVelling the role of floral regulators in plant response to environmental stressors

Osnato M., Cereijo U., Pelaz S.

1.31
Genetic control of post-zygotic reproductive barrier in interploidy hybrids

Gabrieli F., Zumajo-Cardona C., Cavalleri A., Albertini E., Ezquer Garin J-I., Colombo L.

1.32
Characterisation of ALOG genes controlling rice inflorescence development for yield improvement

Beretta V.M., Franchini E., Ud Din I., Lacchini E., Van den Broeck L., Sozzani R., Orozco-Arroyo G., Caporali E., Adam H., Jouannic S., Gregis V.J., Kater M.

1.33
Insights into the regulatory mechanisms of a major flowering time QTL in maize

Tassinari A., Forestan C., Bertolini E., Emanuelli F., Tuberosa R., Salvi S.

1.34
Translational biology approach to inhibit anthesis in Brassica rapa susp. sylvestris

Terenzi A., Fiorelli L., Lamprillo M., Giannino D., Testone G., Pajoro A.

1.35
Novel genetic tools for the fine-tuning control of important agronomical traits in leafy crop species (ENDI-FiT)

Chiatti V., De Carolis C., Del Bufalo A., De Luca V., Di Milia A., Fabriani M., Gentile D., Iannelli M.A., Iori V., Marano V., Mosconi P., Samperna S., Sestili F., Desplanches C., Suidgeest F., Roobeek I., Frugis G.

1.36
MIK2 is the candidate female determinant of the sporophytic self-incompatibility (SSI) locus in chicory (Cichorium intybus, Asteraceae)

Draga S., Palumbo F., Magon G., Gabelli G., Soria Garcia F., Vannozzi A., Farinati S., Scariolo F., Lucchin M., Barcaccia G.

1.37
Transcriptomic and metabolic analyses reveal pathways responding to lavender oil treatments that delay anthesis in Brassica rapa sylvestris (broccoli-raab/rabe, “cime di rapa”)

Magnanimi F., Testone G., Sobolev A., Lamprillo M., Aturki Z., Lambreva M., Fiorentino L., Arnesi G., Pajoro A., Serino G., Giannino D.

1.38
Study of spike fertility in durum wheat genotypes

de Pinto R., Marcotuli I., Giove S.L., Maccaferri M., Gadaleta A.

1.39
The Grain number increase 2 (GNI-2) allele in Altar_C84 durum wheat and its derivatives as an additional option to genetically increase grain yield potential in wheat

Liu C., De Sario F., Bozzoli M., Forestan C., Milner Sara G., Frascaroli E., Sakuma S., Gabay G., Snowdon R., Salvi S., Tuberosa R., Schnurbursch T., Maccaferri M.

1.40
Unraveling seed morphology in wheat for future breeding

Sansoni F., Volante A., Pozzi V., Bianchi E., Pecchioni N., Vaccino P.

1.41
BEST-CROP: Boosting photosynthESis To deliver novel CROPs for the circular bioeconomy

Pesaresi P., Horner D., Rossini L., Cattivelli L., Tondelli A., Marè C., Crosatti C., Morosinotto T., Gava S., Larocca S., Daniotti S., Groli E.

1.42
EVA Wheat & Barley Network – Southern zone dataset

Barabaschi D., Mazzucotelli E., Tondelli A., Cattivelli L., Burt C., Çelik Oğuz A., Costa R., Mantovani P., Scarano D., Solis Martel I., Mylonas I., Ozkan H., Pinton E., Randazzo B., Timpanaro S., Viola P., Finetti-Sialer M., Orford S., Reif J.C., Goritschnig S.

1.43
A new wild emmer wheat panel allows to map new loci associated with resistance to stem rust at seedling stage

Mastrangelo A.M., Roncallo P., Matny O., Radim Ä., Steffenson B., Echenique V., Šafář J., Battaglia R., Barabaschi D., Cattivelli L., Ozkan H., Mazzucotelli E.

1.44
Identification of QTLs with a key role in resistance against Fusarium Head Blight in durum wheat

Gadaleta A., Giancaspro A., Marcotuli I., Giove S.

1.45
Fine mapping of the powdery mildew resistance locus Pm36 in durum wheat

Nigro D., Blanco A., Piarulli L., Signorile M.A., Colasuonno P., Blanco E., Simeone R.

1.46
Selection of Solanum tuberosum cultivars in response to water deficit

Tamburino R., Sannino L., Porcelli M., Monaco F., Sacco A., Napolitano A., Ruocco M., Scotti N.

1.47
Physiological and transcriptomic characterization of drought stress in three different durum wheat genotypes

Palombieri S., Quagliata G., Sestili F., Astolfi S.

1.48
Insight into the gene expression profile of four cassava (Manihot esculenta) genotypes over the seasonal transition

Webber-Birungi M.T., Alexandersson E., Gisel A., Stavolone L.

1.49
Identification of genes responsive to multiple-stress by comparative tomato transcriptomic analysis

Amoroso C.G., D’Esposito D., Starace E., Ercolano M.R.

1.50
An in-depth study of R2R3-MYB transcription factors and transcriptomic resources to enhance durum wheat stress response

Curci P.L., Blanco E., Zuluaga D.L., Mangini G., Manconi A., Sonnante G.

1.51
Genome-wide associations of salinity tolerance traits in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Raggi L., Ciancaleoni S., Caproni L., D’Amato R., Businelli D., Negri V.

1.52
Metabolomic characterization of pepper landraces from Puglia Region by means of non-targeted NMR spectroscopy and multivariate data analysis

Blanco E., Musio B., Todisco S., Zuluaga D.L., Curci P.L., Gallo V., Sonnante G.

1.53
Chemical and genetic characterization of maize traditional landraces from Northern Italy

Nonna L., Hartings H., Lanzanova C., Balconi C., Torri A., Consonni G., Redaelli R.

1.54
Study of variability of β-glucan in wheat genotypes

Caranfa D., Marcotuli I., Mastrangelo A.M., Marone D., Mazzucotelli E., Maccaferri M., Atienza S., Gadaleta A.

1.55
The use of high amylose Svevo to improve the nutritional properties of durum wheat products in MEDWHEALTH project

Manco A., Bruno G., D’Amico L., Durante M., Milano F., Palombieri S., Volpato M., Giuberti G., Calabriso N., Massaro M., Scoditti E., Carluccio M.A., Sestili F., Laddomada B.

1.56
A consensus map for quality traits in durum wheat based on genome-wide association studies and detection of ortho-meta QTL across cereal species

Marcotuli I., Soriano J.M., Gadaleta A.

1.57
Common and durum wheat genetic materials for studying grain quality-related traits

Marone D., Mastrangelo A.M., De Simone V., Giovanniello V., Pecchioni N., Marcotuli I., Gadaleta A., Atienza S.G., Mazzucotelli E., Barabaschi D., Ficco D.B.M.

1.58
Relationships between grain protein content and yield-related traits in durum wheat by QTL mapping

Nigro D., Sgaramella N., Signorile M.A., Laddomada B., Mangini G., Simeone R., Blanco A.

1.59
Unrevealing the genetic mechanism of purple grain pigmentation in durum wheat

Esposito S., Palombieri S., Vitale P., Angione G., Taranto F., Sestili F., De Vita P.

1.60
When Cannabis sativa L. turns purple: biosynthesis and accumulation of anthocyanins

Bassolino L., Fulvio F., Pastore C., Pasini F., Toschi Gallina T., Filippetti I., Paris R.

1.61
Genomic and transcriptomic profiling of eggplant’s fruits peel differing in anthocyanins content

De Marchi F., Gaccione L., Moglia A., Milani A.M., Valentino D., Portis E., Prohens J., Acquadro A., Comino C.

1.62
Tomato peel fruit variants as a source of added-value food waste

Farinon B., Felli M., Sulli M., Diretto G., Savatin D., Merendino N., Costantini L.

1.63
MeJA elicitation of secondary metabolites in industrial hemp: biochemical and RNA-Seq surveys

Dougué Kentsop R.A., Testone G., da Silva Linge C., Delledonne A., Galasso I., Genga A., Biffani S., Frugis G., Giannino D., Mattana M.

1.64
Development of an in vitro callus culture system to study the induction of secondary metabolites in olive (Olea europaea L.)

Savoia M.A., Montemurro C., Miazzi M.M., Bottalico G., Nigro F., Campanale A., Alagna F., Lopez L., Benincasa C., Nicoletti R., Panara F.

1.65
Biotechnological strategies to enhance antioxidant capacity of sweet pepper

Principio L., Vitiello A., Termolino P., Grandillo S., Cammareri M.

1.66
Characterization of maize root culture for the production of nutraceutical compounds

Liberatore C., Mallardi A., Dougué Kentsop R., Mattana M., Lauria M.

1.67
Relationships between antinutritional compounds and the nutritional quality of Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz meal

Alberghini B., Piergiovanni A.R., Zanetti F., Brambilla I.M., Ponzoni E., Galasso I.

1.68
Phytocannabinoids biosynthesis during early stages of development of young Cannabis sativa L. seedlings: integrating biochemical and transcriptional data

Fulvio F., Mandolino G., Citti C., Pecchioni N., Cannazza G., Paris R.

1.69
Promotion of Mediterranean lifestyle and healthy diet: the PRIMA project PROMEDLIFE

Fabene E., Sandri C., Ricci D., Sulli M., Nardi L., Bennici E., Demurtas O.C., Diretto G.

1.70
Harnessing the potential of Basil and Perilla cell culture technology for cosmetic applications

Pagliarello R., Bennici E., Frusciante S., Demurtas O.C., Schwachenwald M., Carola C., Diretto G., Massa S.

1.71
One for all: insect-based functional ingredient for global nutrition

Mascio I., Dellino M., Miazzi M.M., Fanelli V., Montemurro C., De Giovanni C.

1.72
Unveiling the molecular mechanisms behind non-browning phenotype in the apple cultivar ‘Majda’ (Malus domestica Borkh.) by a comprehensive investigation

Busatto N., Cebulj A., Populin F., Masuero D., Vrhovsek U., Angeli L., Morozova K., Scampicchio M., Costa F.

1.73
Comparative investigation of superficial scald disorder in ‘Granny Smith’ and ‘Ladina’ apple varieties

Vittani L., Populin F., Stuerz S., Buehlmann A., Khomenko J., Biasioli F., Bühlmann-Schütz S., Vrhovsek U., Masuero D., Zanella A., Busatto N., Costa F.

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