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Génétique Quantitative et Évolution - Le Moulon

 Zoe MIGICOVSKY (invited by Amandine Cornille)

  -  15:00:00
 Visioconférence
 https://inrae-fr.zoom.us/j/94869317314?pwd=cGgvQmhuWkdHSGpBZzJjcFdic09qQT09

Opportunities for genomic improvement in woody perennials: examples from apples and grapes

Résumé

Traditionally, breeders of woody perennial fruit crops like apples and grapes were required to wait until a plant produced fruit in order to evaluate it. Dr. Migicovsky’s research focuses on linking trait (phenotype) data with genomic data in order to identify genetic markers which can be used to screen seedlings for important traits, decreasing cost and improving efficiency of plant breeding. In her seminar, she will use examples from apples and grapes to discuss the potential of genetic mapping and genomics-assisted breeding for crop improvement.

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