Session 2 – Breeding for resilience: addressing climate change in plant genetics

POSTER COMMUNICATIONS

2.06
Salinity effects on alfalfa forage yield and quality in the San Juaquin Valley of California

Anderson A., Gull U., Benes S.E., Singh S., Hutmacher R.B., Brummer E.C., Putnam D.H.

2.07
Polyploidy and stress: does chromosome doubling affect stress tolerance in alfalfa?

Santoro D.F., Anderson A.W., Del Regno C., Cappetta E., Leone A., Vastakaite-Kairiene V., Battisti I., Aversano R., Garramone R., Ambrosone A., Carputo D., Rosellini D.

2.08
The Fagio.Lo project

Sangiorgio S., Cassani E., Ghidoli M., Giupponi L., Pedrali D., Coatti G., Giorgi A., Pilu R.

2.09
Breeding potentials of Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) for food and nutrition security in the face of climate change

Santoro G., Marzario S., Morante V., Verrastro C., Latorraca A., Galante M., Logozzo G., Gioia T.

2.10
Exploiting a low-linkage disequilibrium, highly diverse collection of wild emmer (T. dicoccoides) for GWAS targeted to traits of adaptive and agricultural value

Confortini A., Ceccato L., Stefanelli S., Bozzoli M., Mazzucotelli E., Raupp J., Steffenson B., Olivera P., Wulff B.B., Tuberosa R., Maccaferri M.

2.11
Identification of new sources of resistance to fungal diseases in bread wheat

Mastrangelo A.M., Lanzanova C., Pagnotta E., Mascheroni S., Zanini S., Ficco D.B., Laidò G., Matteo R., Montanari M., Russo M.A., Cassol H., Giovanniello V., Paone S., Pellegrino M., Morcone L., Marone D.

2.12
Development of fertilization approaches for efficient mineral nutrition in bread wheat

Fasani E., Furini A., Franceschi C., Modena A., Dal Corso G.

2.13
Involvement of Abscisic acid-stress-ripening (ASR) gene in response to high salinity and water deficit in wheat

Giancaspro A., Gadaleta A., Mathlouthi N., Hamdi K., Yacoubi I.

2.14
In vitro assessment of resistance of durum wheat landraces to Fusarium foot rot
Petralia R., Miceli C., Campanella V.

2.15
Testing a subset of the Global Durum Wheat Panel collection for resistance to soil-borne cereal mosaic virus

Marra M., Pirona R., Montemurro C., Ceriotti A., Baldoni E., Accotto G.P.

2.16
Early selection of stress tolerant durum wheat recombinant lines: targeted introgressions of Thinopyrum spp. chromatin improve seedlings response to heat and water stress

Giovenali G., Di Romana M.L., Kuzmanović L., Capoccioni A., Ceoloni C.

2.17
Enhancing drought tolerance in durum wheat targeting epicuticular waxes content through Genome Editing

Tafuri A., Palombieri S., Santino A., Mita G., Sestili F., Botticella E.

2.18
Harnessing genetic diversity to enhance cold tolerance in durum wheat through genome-wide association approach: a pathway for climate-adaptive cultivar development

Angione G., Esposito S., De Vita P., Lotti C., Taranto F., Natoli V.

2.19
The barley mutant happy under the sun 1 (hus1): An additional contribution to pale green crops

Rotasperti L., Tadini L., Pesaresi P., Rossini L., Tondelli A., Torricella V., Persello A., Horner D.S., Hansson M., Weber A., Frebort I., Cattivelli L., Crosatti C., Marè C., Morosinotto T., Kollist H., Houston K., Waugh R., Halpin C.

2.20
Forward and reverse genetics analyses of culm morphology in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.)

Gipli V., Rossi R., Shaaf S., Nesi F., Maurer A., Pillen K., Tamm Ü., Daszkowska-Golec A., Gruszka D., Chmielewska B., Gajecka M., Zbieszczyk J., Rosignoli S., Salvi S., Cattivelli L., Rossini L.

2.21
Non-Photochemical Quenching (NPQ) barley mutants: a valuable source of allelic variants to improve photosynthesis efficiency and yield in crops

Torricella V., Rotasperti L., Tadini L., Pinnola A., Braidotti R., Alberti G., Peressotti A., Pesaresi P.

2.22
Improving Italian elite rice varieties for different agronomic traits

Mirone F., Andrea R., Martinotti M., Mineri L., Fornara F., Brambilla V.

2.23
Genomic, agronomic, and bioclimatic characterization of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) and rice (Oryza sativa) landraces combined with seasonal weather forecasting to enhance climate adaptation for smallholder farming communities in Mozambique

Macharia M.W., Solemanegy M., Takele R., Caproni L., Amane M., Benedito C., Buizza R., D’Amico V., Aderito A., Mabica R., Pè E., Zucule J., Munisse P., Dell’Acqua M.

2.24
Research across disciplinary boundaries: tailoring crop genetics and climate services to smallholder farming systems in northern Mozambique

D’Amico V., Solemanegy M., Macharia M., Takele R., Caproni L., Pè E., Buizza R., Mabica R., Amane M., Munisse P., Conguara B., Occelli M., Dell’Acqua M.

2.25
Genetic control of physiological responses to heat stress in grapevine

Pettenuzzo S., Cappellin L., Lorenzi S., Bellin D., Vervalle J., Faralli M., Biasioli F., Grando M.S., Costantini L.

2.26
Expression profiling of ripening-associated master regulators in grapevine berries with altered maturation time

Bellon O., Fattorini C., Faralli M., Shmuleviz R., Tornielli G.B., Moser C., Amato A., Fasoli M., Zenoni S.

2.27
Identification of cis-regulatory elements associated with differentially expressed genes under drought stress in grapevine

Maggiolini F.A.M., L’Abbate A., Alagna F., Bergamini C., Ventura M., Catacchio C.R., Cardone M.F.

2.28
The role of small non-coding RNAs (small ncRNAs) in phenotypic plasticity of grapevine

Di Serio E., Villano C., Napolitano F., Gallucci A., Sicilia A., Lo Piero A.R., Aversano R.

2.29
Phenoplant: an innovative plant phenotyping platform for drought stress analysis in rootstock/scion grapevine combinations

Paladini F., De Palo F., Patono D.L., Ferrandino A., Milani A.M., Comino C., Lanteri S., Lovisolo C., Acquadro A.

2.30
Analysis of leaf transcriptome in two Citrus varieties under PEG-induced drought stress

Scialò E., Rotondo A., Sicilia A., Continella A., Lo Piero A.R.

2.31
Correlation between morphological/molecular variation and ecogeographic distribution of Algerian wild olives

Mascio I., Falek W., Montemurro C., Fanelli V., Savoia A.M., Bechkri S., Khelifi D., Miazzi M.M.

2.32
Genetic study and constitution of new varieties of Camelina sativa L.: agronomic comparison between spring and winter cultivation in North Italy

Ghidoli M., Geuna F., Frazzini S., De Benedetti S., Landoni M., Sangiorgio S., Scarafoni A., Rossi L., Pilu R.

2.33
Highlighting adaptive potential to increase sustainability of maize crop through landscape genomics

Lezzi A., Stagnati L., Joost S., Lanubile A., Busconi M., Marocco A.

2.34
Exploring the variability of phytic acid in a panel of traditional maize varieties: implications for nutritional enhancement

Colombo F., Sangiorgio S., Ghidoli M., Cassani E., Landoni M., Pilu S.R.

2.35
Characterization of traditional polenta maize varieties from Lombardy region: an opportunity to face climate change

Bertoncini A., Ferrari F., Ghidoli M., Macovei A., Pilu S.R., Rossi G., Balestrazzi A., Landoni M.V.

2.36
GEMMA: exploring maize biodiversity and microbiome in Italian local varieties as strategic tools to face abiotic and biotic stresses in climate change

Torri A., Passera A., Redaelli R., Lanzanova C., Locatelli S., Teli I., Castorina G., Zaccheo P., Crippa L., Consonni G., Pilu R., Casati P., Balconi C.

2.37
PRIMA-DROMAMED: exploring maize genetic resources of adaptation to heat and drought within Mediterranean to be introduced in breeding programs for resilience

Balconi C., Torri A., Redaelli R., Troccoli A., Mastrangelo A.M., Eddine Hammami M.D., Karmous C., Sahri A., Essamadi A.K., Malvar R.A., Álvarez-Iglesias L., Maafi O., Mekliche A., Azzedine C., Erdal S., Mazzinelli G., Motta A., Frascaroli E., Charcosset A., Welcker C., Revilla P.

2.38
Recovery, morphological, molecular, and nutritional characterization of the globe artichoke “Carciofo Ortano”, a landrace with a high risk of genetic erosion cultivated in Central Italy

Alicandri E., Paolacci A.R., Catarcione G., Del Lungo A., Iacoponi V., Pati F., Scarascia Mugnozza G., Ciaffi M.

2.39
High levels of anthocyanins in potato reduce susceptibility to Rhizoctonia solani infection

Staiti A., Ruocco M., Monti M., Santomassimo L., Cimmino L., Smimmo R., Carputo D., D’Amelia V.

2.40
Impact of polyploidization on abiotic stress tolerance in the tuber-bearing potato species Solanum commersonii

Del Regno C., Garramone R., D’Amelia V., Docimo T., Santoro D.F., Anderson A.W., Rosellini D., Battisti I., Masi A., Arrigoni G., Vaštakaitė-Kairienė V., Cappetta E., Leone A., Ambrosone A., Aversano R., Carputo D.

2.41
Ectopic expression of AtMYB90 in tomato results in increased anthocyanin accumulation and defective pollen development

Baldoni E., Cominelli E., Locatelli F., Sparvoli F., Galbiati M.

2.42
Molecular and physiological mechanisms of tolerance induced by the rhizobacterium Siccibacter sp. Strain C2 in tomato plants under single and combined abiotic and biotic stresses

Sayhai N., Sportelli G., Mechichi T., Hanin M., Stavolone L., Cillo F.

2.43
Role of CXE15 in strigolactone degradation under drought stress in tomato

Campo E., Trasoletti M., Cardinale F., Schubert A.

2.44
Combined genomic and transcriptomic approach to uncover candidate genes for heat stress response of a thermotolerant tomato genotype

Graci S., Aiese Cigliano R., Ruggieri V., Barone A.

2.45
Exploring the multifaceted nature of DWARF27 (D27) genes in tomato

Cuccurullo A., Francesca S., Granell A., Rambla J.L., Yoneyama K., D’Agostino N., Festa G., Cardi T., Rigano M.M., Nicolia A.

2.46
The role of SiO2-based nanoparticles in tomato plants salt stress mitigation

Carlo S., Pagano L., Bonanni V., Gianoncelli A., Marmiroli M., Marmiroli N.

2.47
Functional characterization of a tomato GST gene under different abiotic stresses

Pane M., Calstaldo C., Gentile D., Lantieri S., Comino C., Moglia A., Chiaiese P., Di Matteo A.

2.48
A BSA-seq approach to identify candidate genes controlling stigma position in cultivated tomato

Farinon B., Olivieri F., Fumelli L., Picarella M.E., Mazzucato A.

2.49
Investigating the nucleotide diversity in the glutathione S-transferase gene family across the tomato gene pool and its significance in controlling plant response to stress

Castaldo C., Pane M., Gentile D., Molisso M., Cirillo V., Maggio A., D’Agostino N., Iorizzo M., Di Matteo A.

2.50
Seed germination in the global warming era: strategies to investigate the heat tolerance in tomato during germination stage

Olivieri F., Farinon B., Picarella M.E., Mazzucato A.

2.51
Exploring the impact of domestication and polyploidization on phenotypic plasticity in cotton

Landoni B., Conti L.

2.52
Exploring the potential of microalgae as mitigation agents for plastic pollution

D’Ambrosio G., Renzullo L.P., Miele C., Di Lecce R., Rao M.A., Di Natale A., Pollio A., Filippone E., Chiaiese P.

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