Seminars and symposia
Webinar Sunflower Genetic Resources For Breeding: Germplasm evaluation and conservation, June 15th, 2021
The climate changes in the last years (the decrease of rainfall, the increase of air temperatures, the increase of variability of climate in a year period) had a high influence on the sunflower production.
Sunflower breeding is of a great importance for the plant adaptation to the climate change.
There is necessity to understand the genetic and molecular mechanisms which control the plant physiology and growing, to know the good characteristics for the hybrids, in the near future. Also, it is necessary to identify the molecular and genetic factors which are involved in resistance to drought. The identification of genes which can optimize the combining ability for productivity, in climate change conditions, is very important. The climate changes have also influenced, in the pathogens developing, the resistance of the host plant, as well as the pathogen-host interaction.
For increasing the sustainability of the production, in the climate change conditions, adaptation is necessary through the cultivation practices.
Welcome speech. Maria DUCA, Dr., Prof., president of SSGBRM, head of CFG, Republic of Moldova
VIR sunflower germplasm collection: structure, importance, and methods of studies. Irina ANISIMOVA, PhD, Prof., VIR, Sankt-Petersburg, Russia and Vera GAVRILOVA, PhD, Prof., VIR, Sankt-Petersburg, Russia
INRAE Genetic Resources of sunflower. Nicolas LANGLADE, PhD, Prof., INRAE, Toulouse, France and Marie-Claude BONIFACE, PhD, INRAE, Toulouse, France
The USDA sunflower gene bank. Laura Fredrick MAREK, PhD, Curator Oil Seed Crops, National Plant Germplasm System, USDA-ARS, USA
Sunflower genetic resources for breeding: germplasm evaluation and conservation. Sreten TERZIC, PhD, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia
Plant genetic resources in Republic of Moldova: role and research priorities. Anatol GANEA, PhD, Prof., Curator of Plant Genetic Resources, Republic of Moldova and Gabriela ROMANCIUC, PhD, associated professor, Republic of Moldova
Discussions. Closing session
STUDY OF THE REACTION OF HELIANTHUS DEBILIS ACCESSIONS TO PHOMOPSIS HELIANTHI MUNT. -CVET.Maria PETROVA, Daniela VALKOVA, Valentina ENCHEVA
MAXIMIZING THE GROWTH YIELD OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS BY USING BACTERIAL BIOPREPARATIONS TECHNOLOGIES.George TOADER, Cătălin-Ionuț ENEA, Daniela TRIFAN, Emanuela LUNGU, Alin-Ionel GHIORGHE, Leonard ILIE
DIGITALIZATION OF ROMANIAN AGRICULTURE: THE AGRODATA PYLON PROJECT FOR ADAPTATION TO SUNFLOWER CLIMATE CHANGE.Daniela TRIFAN, George TOADER, Emanuela LUNGU, Alin-Ionel GHIORGHEExpand/Collapse All