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Breeding Grasses and Protein Crops in the Era of Genomics

  • Gintaras Brazauskas
  • Gražina Statkevičiūtė
  • Kristina Jonavičienė

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Utilization of Genetic Resources and Pre-breeding

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. O. A. Rognli, R. Aavola, A. Aleliūnas, T. Asp, G. Brazauskas, K. H. Gylstrøm et al.
      Pages 3-8
    3. A. M. De Ron, J. D. Pose, M. C. Menéndez-Sevillano, M. J. Ferreyra
      Pages 9-13
    4. A. M. Roschanski, P. Barre, A. Escobar-Gutiérrez, J. P. Sampoux, H. Muylle, I. Thomas et al.
      Pages 14-19
    5. C. Jones, J. De Vega, D. Lloyd, M. Hegarty, S. Ayling, W. Powell et al.
      Pages 20-26
    6. S. Bachmann-Pfabe, E. Willner, M. Oppermann, S. Weise, K. J. Dehmer
      Pages 27-32
    7. T. Vleugels, I. Roldán-Ruiz, G. Cnops
      Pages 39-45
    8. J. P. Muir, F. S. Forrest, J. Brady, J. C. Dubeux Jr., W. D. Pitman
      Pages 46-50
    9. P. Ogrodowicz, M. Surma, T. Adamski, Z. Kaczmarek, W. K. Święcicki, P. Stopyra et al.
      Pages 51-55
    10. E. Norkevičienė, A. Balsevičius, V. Kemešytė, B. Butkutė, G. Petrauskas
      Pages 56-61
    11. P. Bērziņš, D. Ruņģis, S. Rancāne, A. Gailīte, V. Beļeviča, V. Stesele et al.
      Pages 62-66
    12. O. Akinroluyo, G. Statkevičiūtė, V. Kemešytė
      Pages 73-77
    13. B. Butkutė, N. Lemežienė, A. Padarauskas, E. Norkevičienė, L. Taujenis
      Pages 83-87
    14. N. Lemežienė, V. Stukonis, V. Kemešytė, E. Norkevičienė
      Pages 88-95
    15. G. Petrauskas, J. Mikaliūnienė, E. Norkevičienė, G. Statkevičiūtė, V. Kemešytė
      Pages 96-100
  3. Genetic Improvement of Quality and Agronomic Traits

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 101-101
    2. B. Julier, L. Skøt, S. Weise, Ð. Karagić, I. Roldán-Ruiz, P. Barre et al.
      Pages 103-108
    3. P. Annicchiarico, A. M. Carroni, P. Manunza, C. Huyghe, L. Pecetti
      Pages 113-117
    4. M. C. Vaz Patto, E. Mecha, A. B. Pereira, S. T. Leitão, M. L. Alves, M. R. Bronze
      Pages 118-120
    5. S. Kamau, A. Belanche, M. Humphreys, A. Kingston-Smith
      Pages 121-124
    6. T. Tanaka, K. Tamura, K. Ashikaga, H. Fujii, T. Yamada
      Pages 125-130
    7. W. Rybiński, M. Kroc, W. Święcicki, P. Wilczura, K. Kamel, P. Barzyk et al.
      Pages 131-136
    8. D. Knotová, J. Pelikán, J. Skládanka, P. Knot
      Pages 137-141
  4. Breeding for Enhanced Stress Tolerance

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 143-143
    2. L. Østrem, T. Asp, M. Ghesquière, Y. Sanada, O. A. Rognli
      Pages 145-149
    3. R. Kölliker, V. Knorst, L. Hersemann, F. Widmer, B. Studer
      Pages 150-154
    4. D. Kopecký, J. Baert, S. Barth, J. Bartoš, V. Černoch, J. Doležel et al.
      Pages 155-159
    5. J. Aper, A. Ghesquiere, J. Baert
      Pages 166-170
    6. K. Masajada, A. Augustyniak, D. Perlikowski, D. Ratajczak, W. Zwierzykowski, I. Pawłowicz et al.
      Pages 176-180
  5. Implementation of Phenomic and Genomic Tools in Breeding

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 201-201
    2. K. Ghamkhar, K. Irie, M. Hagedorn, J. Hsiao, J. Fourie, S. Gebbie et al.
      Pages 203-208
    3. A. Bertrand, A. Claessens, S. Rocher
      Pages 209-214
    4. V. Perić, M. Srebrić, A. Nikolić, S. Mladenović-Drinić
      Pages 215-219
    5. D. Zharikova, S. Ivanyuk, G. Chebotar, O. Korniychuk, S. Chebotar
      Pages 220-225
    6. C. Gréard, P. Barre, S. Flajoulot, S. Santoni, B. Julier
      Pages 226-230
    7. A. Aleliūnas, G. Brazauskas
      Pages 231-236
    8. T. Vymyslický, J. Lang, D. Knotová
      Pages 237-242
    9. D. Gasior, J. Harper, A. Thomas, C. Evans, R. Mathews, D. Allen et al.
      Pages 243-248
    10. B. Julier, P. Barre, P. Lambroni, S. Delaunay, F. Lafaillette, M. Thomasset et al.
      Pages 249-253

About these proceedings

Introduction

The genomic revolution has opened many opportunities to explore relationships between genetic and phenotypic diversity of plants as never before. The joint meeting addresses challenges of combining genetic resources and advanced omics technologies for enhancing development of next generation breeding strategies that will move plant breeding a step forward. Selection based on genomic technologies allows simultaneous marker discovery and validation, however high- throughput and precise phenotyping remains a major bottleneck limiting the power and resolution of genetic analysis. Additionally, novel  sequencing technologies and automated phenotyping approaches  generate big data sets requiring efficient data analysis and decision support tools that help breeders to select the superior material for their breeding programs.

Keywords

Genetic Resources Pre-Breeding Enhanced Stress Tolerance Phenomics and Biometrics Genomic Tools and Bioinformatics

Editors and affiliations

  • Gintaras Brazauskas
    • 1
  • Gražina Statkevičiūtė
    • 2
  • Kristina Jonavičienė
    • 3
  1. 1.Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (LAMMC)DotnuvaLithuania
  2. 2.Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (LAMMC)DotnuvaLithuania
  3. 3.Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (LAMMC)DotnuvaLithuania

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