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 from 1947...with summaries at the end of each communication. MOROZOV VK. 1947. Sunflower breeding in the USSR. Piacepromizdat. Moscow. 272pp (extended summary 11pp) (History, breeding methods, origin / description Russian open pollinated varieties, diseases, interspecific hybridization) UNRAU J. 1947 Heterosis in relation to sunflower breeding. Scientific Agriculture 27: 414-427. Gives origin of S37.388 and Sunrise) U.S.G.O.S. 1962. Tournesol de semences. Décisions enregistrées lors de la réunion organisée par l’USGOS le 28 novembre 1962.(USGOS: ancestor of French oilseed association (AMSOL-UFS); Varieties grown in France in 1962, their characteristics, varieties on trial)  CAUDERON Y, SAIGNE B, CHANCEL B. 1965. Analyse cytogénétique d’hybrides entre Helianthus tuberosus and H.annuus.…

18th ISC, Mar del Plata, Argentina, 2012 Vol.2

Volume 2Table of Contents 7 - Insect and bird pests Evaluating bird-tolerance traits in sunflower.Leonardo Coll, Hugo Peltzer, Argentina, 207Purple-hulled sunflower tolerance to eared dove damage under semi-field conditions.Leonardo Coll, Laura Addy Orduna, Sonia Canavelli, Argentina, 208Economic Injury Level of Armadillidium vulgare (Crustacea: Isopoda) on Sunflower.Ariel Jesús Faberi, Alicia N. López, Pablo L. Manetti, Natalia L. Clemente, Carla Salvio, Argentina, 209Influence of morphological head traits of sunflower on “eared dove” (Zenaida auriculata) depredation.Sebastián Gustavo Zuil, Facundo Colombo, Argentina, 2010 Control of bird pests in sunflower crops: options and limitations.George M. Linz, H. Jeffrey Homan, USA 8. Oil and Meal Quality Sunflowers for Biogas – Breeding for…

18th ISC, Mar del Plata, Argentina, 2012 Vol.1

Volume 1 Table of Contents Lead Speaker Lectures  Applying ecophysiological knowledge and methods to unravel the genetical basis for tolerance of leaf growth to water deficit in sunflowerLuis A. N. Aguirrezábal, Argentina, 31 Changes In Disease Incidence Over The Last Decade In The US And Around The World, And Research To Address These New Challenges. Thomas J. Gulya, Brent Hulke, Gerald J. Seiler, Samuel Markell, Hans Kandel, USA 37Genomics, mapping and marker assisted selection strategies for disease resistance Norma Paniego, María Eugenia Bazzalo, Mariano Bulos , Veronica Lia, Corina Fusari, Daniel Alvarez, Emiliano Altieri, Maria Laura Ramos, María Teresa Galella, Marcos Kaspar, Ruth Heinz, Alberto Escande, Andrés Zambelli, Carlos Sala, Argentina, 38 Current status and future…

17th ISC, Cordoba, Spain, 2008 Vol.2

Volume 2Table of Contents  CROP PRODUCTION – PHYSIOLOGY Early responses to high crop population density in sunflower: Controls and effects of the crop self-organization processMónica López Pereira, Nora Trápani, Jorge Casal, Antonio Hall............... 417Early sowing as a means of drought escape in sunflower: effects on vegetative and reproductive stagesClémentine Allinne, Nedjoua Ghoribi, Pierre Maury, Rhym Maougal, Ahmad Sarrafi, Nadia Ykhlef, Philippe Grieu ……………………………. 423SUNFLO: A joint phenotyping and modelling approach to analyse and predict the differences in yield potential of sunflower genotypesJérémie Lecoeur, Richard Poiré-Lassus, Angélique Christophe, Lydie Guilioni………429Root system and water extraction variability for sunflower hybridsLydie Guilioni, Ando M. Radanielson,…

17th ISC, Cordoba, Spain, 2008 Vol.1

Volume 1Table of ContentsIntroduction Authors' indexPLENARYResearch progress in sunflower diseases and their managementFerenc Virányi……………………………………………………………………………… 1Could a crop model be useful for improving sunflower crop management?Francis Flénet, Philippe Debaeke, Pierre Casadebaig……………………………………… 13Phenotypic plasticities of yield, phenological development and seed traitsVictor Sadras, Abelardo de la Vega………………………………………………………… 19Sunflower germplasm development utilizing wild Helianthus speciesChao-Chien Jan, Gerald J. Seiler, Thomas J. Gulya, Jiuhuan Feng……………………… 29Current advances in sunflower oil applicationsRafael Garcés, Joaquin J. Salas-Liñan, Mónica Venegas-Calerón, Enrique Martínez-Force………………………………………………………………………………………... 45Sunflower in Spain: Past and present trends in an…

16th ISC, Fargo, North Dakota, USA, 2004 Vol.2

Volume II * Table of ContentsBREEDING AND GENETICS The development and evaluation of sunflower varieties and hybrids in UgandaWalter O. Anyanga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .441 Achievements of sunflower breeding at the IFVC in Novi SadDragan .Skoric, Sinisa Jocic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .451 Does subdivision of the sunflower growing region of Argentina increase the response to selection ?Abelardo J. de la Vega . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . .459 Sunflower breeding, seed industry, and their future direction in TurkeyYalcin Kaya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .465 Selection of sunflower hybrids for the Bosnia and Herzegovina areaJovan Kondic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .473The…