Session 5 – New routes to plant adaptation and sustainable agriculture

POSTER COMMUNICATIONS

5.10
Improving Fusarium verticillioides resistance in maize through a LOX gene overexpression

Ottaviani L., Widiez T., Marocco A., Lanubile A.

5.11
Exploring the role of a WRKY gene by CRISPR/Cas editing to enhance pathogen resistance in maize

Ottaviani L., Widiez T., Marocco A., Lanubile A.

5.12
The first high chromosome scale genome of cultivated cardoon for deciphering the molecular basis of bioactive compounds production

Gaccione L., Vergnano E., Martina M., Lanteri S., Elia A., Conversa G., Mauromicale G., Lombardo S., Barchi L.

5.13
Sustainable use of bioactive compounds from Solanum tuberosum L. peel waste for cereal crop protection

Pacifico D., Lanzanova C., Righetti L., Bassolino L., Nicoletti F., Bianchi G., Parisi B., Calzone A., Lo Scalzo R.

5.14
Safeguarding tomato crops: Developing varieties resistant to Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus (ToBRFV)

Mariani A., Bocchini M., Marconi G., Schiappa A., Manilia G., Albertini E.

5.15
Integrated approach to discover new sources of scab resistance in apple

Baldi P., Nicolussi Golo G., Malnoy M.

5.16
Mapping Fusarium Ear Rot resistance using recombinant hybrids developed from the MAGIC maize population

Stagnati L., Caproni L., Neupane S.P., Busconi M., Lanubile A., Pè M.E., Dell’Acqua M., Marocco A.

5.17
Susceptibility Genes: the new frontier for enhancing tolerance to pathogens in chestnut

Pavese V., Marino L.A., Ferrero M., Milani A.M., Corredoira E., Martínez M.T., Sabbadini S., Capriotti L., Mezzetti B., Lione G., Gonthier P., Torello M.D., Botta R., Moglia A.

5.18
Transcriptional re-wiring within a plant-endophyte-parasite system

Curci P.L., Lee J.M., Tan Q.W., Mutwil M., Ciancio A., Finetti-Sialer M.

5.19
Transcriptional and phenolic profiles of fungus-resistant grapevine cultivars and their implications for winemaking

Smimmo R., Gallucci A., Napolitano F., Frusciante L., Picariello L., Gambuti A., Forino M., Aversano R., Villano C.

5.20
Molecular characterization of putative olive genotypes resistant to Xylella fastidiosa in South Apulia

de Pinto R., Carlucci M., Savoia A.M., Lucchese P.G., Aurelio F.L., Miazzi M.M., Montemurro C., Nigro F.

5.21
Improving grapevine resilience against biotic stresses exploiting genome editing approaches: from MLO to NPR genes

Nerva L., Moffa L., Narduzzo A., Bevilacqua I., Perrone I., Pagliarani C., Gambino G., Velasco R., Chitarra W.

5.22
Understanding the Pseudopyrenochaeta lycopersici-tomato interaction by CRISPR-Cas9

Aragona M., Milc J.A., Infantino A., Festa G., Cuccurullo A., Nicolia A.

5.23
A genome-wide analysis of transposable elements and resistance genes in cucurbits

Mascagni F., Usai G., Auzino B., Castellacci M., Rogo U., Natali L., Ercolano M.R., Cavallini A., Andolfo G.

5.24
QTL mapping and candidate gene identification for powdery mildew resistance in durum wheat

De Cicco R., Nigro D., Piarulli L., Signorile M.A., Mangini G., Simeone R., Blanco A.

5.25
Investigating the effects of Xylella fastidiosa infection on four olive cultivars through comparative transcriptome analysis

Montemurro C., Fanelli V., Miazzi M.M., Procino S., Savoia M., Mascio I., Fruggiero C., Cafferati Beltrame L., Volpicella M., Aurelio L., Susca L., Montilon V., Taranto F., D’Agostino N.

5.26
The combination of RNAseq and WGCNA reveals the plant – biocontrol agent (BCA) interaction at molecular level in Citrus limon affected by mal secco disease

Sicilia A., Dimaria G., Russo R., Catara V., Russo M., Scialò E., Lo Piero A.R.

5.27
Plant regeneration via somatic embryogenesis and application of the DNA-free genome editing in grapevine cv. Corvina veronese and Garganega

Ciffolillo C., Bertini E., Tornielli G.B., Zenoni S.

5.28
In vitro regeneration of grapevine cv. Aglianico via somatic embryogenesis for genome editing applications

Carratore C., Bertini E., Villano C., Aversano R., Pezzotti M., Zenoni S.

5.29
Unraveling powdery mildew resistance in Cucurbita pepo: a transcriptomic and genomic exploration of two contrasting cultivars

Dublino R., D’Esposito D., Guadagno A., Capuozzo C., Formisano G., Ercolano M.R.

5.30
Loci relevant for Yellow Rust Resistance in Durum Wheat adapted to the Mediterranean environments identified in cultivated and landrace germplasm through genome-wide association study

Liu C., De Sario F., Farooq M.A., Novi J.B., Viviani A., Confortini A., Carini E., Bozzoli M., Forestan C., Stefanelli S., Mazzucotelli E., Desiderio F., Mastrangelo A.M., Marone D., Viola P., Invernizzi C., El Amil R., Kumarse N., Hozkan H., Bashour I., Ragab M.E.S., Omar I., Roncallo P., Pourkhorshid Z., Bassi F.M., Cattivelli L., Tuberosa R., Gadaleta A., Maccaferri M.

5.31
AGRIVITA – Protecting Italian citrus groves from the tracheomycotic fungus Plenodomus tracheiphilus

Di Silvestro S., Aragona M., Roversi P.F.

5.33
New breeding frontiers: application of the CRISPR-cas9 system in grapevine (V. vinifera L.) and improvements in plant regeneration

Zattoni S., Bertini E., D’Inca E., Salvalaio M., Sena G., Zenoni S.

5.32
A virus-based CRISPR/Cas9 system to increase diseases resistance in wheat

Viviani A., Camerlengo F., Tassinari A., Gualtieri R., Calzini L., Salvi S., Tuberosa R., Maccaferri M.

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