III International Symposium on Horticulture in Europe - SHE2016

Chania, Crete (Greece), October 17-21, 2016


MONDAY 17 October 2016

18:00 – 21:00

Registration

19:30-22:30

Welcome Reception at the Minoa Palace Hotel

(Pool Bar Tholos)

TUESDAY 18 October 2016

7:30-8:15

Registration

8:15-9:00

Welcome Addresses - IMPERIAL HALL

9:00–9:30

What can plant science do for human health - IMPERIAL HALL
Cathie Martin, John Innes Centre, UK

9:30-10:00

The One-health concept and organic production of vegetables & fruits - IMPERIAL HALL
Beatrix Alsanius, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

  10:00-10:30

Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture  Session - IMPERIAL HALL

10:00 - 10:15

T1-O1

Metabolic characterization of the anthocyanin-synthesizing tomato genotype 'Sun BlackTM'
Federica Blando, ISPA, CNR,  Italy

10:15 - 10:30

T1-O2

Innovative Tools to Enhance Plum Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Activity during Postharvest Storage
Daniel Valero, University Miguel Hernandez, Spain

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture  Session - IMPERIAL HALL

11:00-11:15

T1-O3

Quality differences between organic and conventional field grown vegetables - experiences from a Swedish long term field trial
Lars Mogren, Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Sweden

11:15-11:30

T1-O4

Changes in carotenoid metabolism in response to biotic and abiotic stress in carrot
Emmanuel Geoffriau, IRHS Agrocampus Ouest, France

11:30-11:45

T1-O5

Anthocyanin elicitation for bio-sustainable colourant production in carrot
Renate Müller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

11:45-12:00

T1-O6

Mulch films biodegradation rate in different type of soils
Elizabeth Duarte, University of Lisbon - Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal

12:00-12:15

T1-O7

Examination of ion accumulation and some physiological characteristics of grafted eggplants grown under salinity conditions
 Manar Talhouni, National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension, Jordan

12:15-12:30

T1-O8

Savings of plant protection products by a high level of precision in orchards
Verena Overbeck, Julius Kühn Institute, Germany

12:00-13:00

ISHS and young minds - IMPERIAL HALL
Jens Norbert Wünsche, ISHS Board Member-Innovation, Outreach, Strategy

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

14:30-15:00

The regulatory networks underlying developmental shifts in fleshy fruit: from fruit setting to fruit ripening - IMPERIAL HALL
Mondher Bouzayen, University of Toulouse, France

15:00-15:30

Temperate fruit crops at new era: from preharvest to postharvest - IMPERIAL HALL
Guiglelmo Costa, University of Bologna, Italy

15:30-16:00

Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture  Session - IMPERIAL HALL

15:30-15:45

T1-O9

Strawberry production and nutritional value of fruits in changing environmental conditions
Christoph Carlen, Agroscope, Institute for Plant Production Sciences, Switzerland

15:45-16:00

T1-10

Impact of nitrogen form and supply level on growth, yield and nutritional value in hydroponically-grown Cichorium spinosum L
Georgia Ntatsi, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

16:00-17:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

17:00-18:30

Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture  Session - IMPERIAL HALL

17:00-17:15

T1-11

Τhe role of a prolyl 4 hydroxylases in tomato fruit development
Andreas Perrakis, Mediterranean Agronomic Inst. Of Chania, Greece

17:15-17:30

T1-12

Characterization of the polyphenolic pattern in Prunus domestica varieties with different fruit skin color by analyzing their fruit juices
Sofia Vio Michaelis, TUM, Germany

17:30-17:45

T1-13

Determination of nitrogen concentration in hydroponically grown spearmint
Nikolaos Tzortzakis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

17:45-18:00

T1-14

The Use of Legumes for Sustainable Agricultural Production: EUROLEGUME
Dimitrios Savvas, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

18:00-18:15

T1-15

Integrated pest management of the whitefly Aleyrodes proletella in vegetable brassica
Ute Vogler, Agroscope, Switzerland

18:15-18:30

T1-16

Effects of some dormancy breaking agents on hormone concentration during dormancy period in flower buds of Lapins sweet cherry cultivar
Ayzin B. Küden, University of Cukurova, Turkey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY 18 October 2016

7:30-8:15

Registration

8:15-9:00

Welcome Addresses

9:00–9:30

What can plant science do for human health - IMPERIAL HALL
Cathie Martin, John Innes Centre, UK

9:30-10:00

The One-health concept and organic production of vegetables & fruits - IMPERIAL HALL
Beatrix Alsanius, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

  10:00-10:30

Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

10:00 - 10:15

T2-O1

Phytochemical contents and overall quality of leafy lettuce varieties (Lactuca sativa L.) grown in a closed hydroponic system
Dharini Sivakumar, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

10:15 - 10:30

T2-O2

Fruit quality and yield influenced by site-specific mechanical flower thinning in 'Gala' and 'Elstar' orchards
Michael Pflanz, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB), Germany

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

11:00-11:15

T2-O3

Impact of light quality on anthocyanin synthesis in white asparagus spears (Asparagus officinalis L.)
Werner B. Herppich, Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim e. V., Germany

11:15-11:30

T2-O4

Low residue apple production: higher production risk and lower profit
Esther Bravin, Agroscope, Switzerland

11:30-11:45

T2-O5

Choosing the opposite ' Consumer attitudes and their choice of a horticultural product
Sara Spendrup, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

11:45-12:00

T2-O6

Management of sanitary and phytosanitary risks in the apple industry: the Sustain'Apple project
 Jean-Marie Codron, INRA France

12:00-12:15

T2-O7

The effect of leonardite, vermicompost, farmyard manure on yield and leaf quality of garden cress (Lepidium sativum L.)
Nuray Akbudak, Uludag University, Turkey

12:15-12:30

T2-O8

Reduction of Pre-harvest Fruit Drops in Washington Navel (Citrus sinensis Osb.)
Assist. Ilhami Tozlu, Akdeniz University, Turkey

12:00-13:00

ISHS and young minds - IMPERIAL HALL
Jens Norbert Wünsche, ISHS Board Member-Innovation, Outreach, Strategy

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

14:30-15:00

The regulatory networks underlying developmental shifts in fleshy fruit: from fruit setting to fruit ripening - IMPERIAL HALL
Mondher Bouzayen, University of Toulouse, France

15:00-15:30

Temperate fruit crops at new era: from preharvest to postharvest - IMPERIAL HALL
Guiglelmo Costa, University of Bologna, Italy

 

 

15:30-16:00

Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

15:30-15:45

T2-O9

Physiological, Biochemical and Histological Response to High Temperature Stress At Different Stages of Development in Okra Abelmoschus Esculentus L. (Moench)
Shahnoosh Hayamanesh, CAMDEN NSW, Australia

15:45-16:00

T2-10

Understanding postharvest stresses on ripening synchronization of Hass avocados
Romina Pedreschi, Pontificia Universidad Católica Valparaíso, Chile

16:00-17:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

17:00-18:30

Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains  - IMPERIAL 4

17:00-17:15

T2-11

The Properties of Rice Hull in Soilless Agriculture Technique and The Effect of Plant Development Parameters in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa var. crispa) Cultivation
Gamze Cakirer, Ankara University, Turkey

17:15-17:30

T2-12

Water and cell wall contributions to apple texture
Marc Lahaye, INRA-BIA, France

17:30-17:45

T2-13

Tools for strategic management of postharvest technology: an application to the Portuguese pear industry
Domingos Almeida, University of Lisbon, Portugal

17:45-18:00

T2-14

Pre-harvest red LED treatment effects on nitrate reduction in green vegetables
Akvile Virsile, LRCAF Institute of Horticulture, Lithuania

18:00-18:15

T2-15

Effects of Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging with Argon and Nitrogen on Postharvest Quality of Loquat
Assoc. Ayse Tulin OZ, Osmaniye Korkut Ata University, Turkey

18:15-18:30

T2-16

Sanitary management practices in the French fruit production
Zouhair Bouhsina, INRA, France

 

WEDNESDAY 19 October 2016

8:30-9:00

Sustainable vegetables by full control of plant production in    greenhouse horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL
Leo Marcellis, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

9:00–9:30

Bridging the gap between genomics and fruit breeding - IMPERIAL HALL
Francois Laurens, INRA Angers, France

  9:30-10:00

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

9:30-9:45

T3-O1

Genome wide association studies and whole transcriptomic survey decipher the fruit texture regulation in apple towards the selection of novel superior accessions
Fabrizio Costa, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy

9:45-10:00

T3-O2

Use of Marker Assisted Selection Methods in Tomato Breeding in Belarus
Aliaksandr Kilcheuski, Belarus

  10:00– 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-11:45

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

10:30-10:45

T3-O3

High performing phenomics of berries aroma by PTR-ToF-MS
Brian Farneti, Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy

10:45-11:00

T3-O4

Status of research, breeding and protection of cucurbits in relation to cucurbit downy mildew: their limits and perspectives
Ales Lebeda, Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic

11:00-11:15

T3-O5

Metabolic profiling of sun-dried grapes destined for the production of `Commandaria´ dessert wine
Savvas Constantinou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

11:15-11:30

T3-O6

Advanced mathematical algorithms to characterize olive varieties through morphological parameters
Kostantinos Blazakis, Mediterranean Agronomic Inst. Of Chania, Greece

11:30-11:45

T3-O7

MSAPAnalyzer: an online tool for assessing Methylation Sensitive Amplified Polymorphic (MSAP) markers by comparison to reference states
Andreas Doulis, Hellenic Agricultural Organisation DEMETER, Greece

12:00-13:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

 

 

14:30-15:00

New developments in dynamic controlled atmosphere storage of pome fruit - IMPERIAL HALL
Bart Nicolai, University of Leuven, Belgium

15:00-15:30

The genomic approach to dissect GXE in grapevine - IMPERIAL HALL
Mario Pezzoti, University of Verona, Italy

15:30-16:15

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

15:30-15:45

T3-O8

Sussebtiliby of SEO/Harlayne type resistant cultivars to PPV-T
Kahraman Gürcan, Erciyes University, Turkey

15:45-16:00

T3-O9

A multidisciplinary approach reveals new aspects of apple superficial scald etiology and cold resistance mechanism in Granny Smith fruit
Nicola Busatto, University of Bologna, Italy

16:00-16:15

T3-10

EUROCAROTEN action to Horticultural Society
Antonio Jesús Meléndez Martínez, University of Seville, Spain

16:15-16:45

Recent trends in greenhouse design and microclimate control - IMPERIAL HALL
Kostas Kittas, Univ. of Thessaly (UTH), Greece

16:45-17:15

Phenotyping methods for horticultural crops: opportunities and challenge - IMPERIAL HALL
Mark Mueller-Linow, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany

17:15-18:00

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

17:15-17:30

T3-11

Investigating the carotenoid pathway of loquat fruit during on-tree developmental stages
George Manganaris, Cyrpus University of Technology, Cyprus

17:30-17:45

T3-12

N2 fixing potential of Gliricidia (Gliricidia sepium) when intercropped with Cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.)
James Seutra Kaba, Piazza università, Italy

17:45-18:00

T3-13

Epidemiology of the Esca related fungus Phaeomoniella chlamydospora
Melanie Molnar, Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany

 

WEDNESDAY 19 October 2016

8:30-9:00

Sustainable vegetables by full control of plant production in greenhouse horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL
Leo Marcellis, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

9:00–9:30

Bridging the gap between genomics and fruit breeding - IMPERIAL HALL
Francois Laurens, INRA Angers, France

  9:30-10:00

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

9:30-9:45

T4-O1

Implementation of photovoltaics on greenhouses and shading effect to plant growth
Assist. Aggeliki Kavga, Dept. of Agricultural Technology, T.E.I., Greece

9:45-10:00

T4-O2

Long-Term Prediction of Biosignals from Greenhouse-grown Tomato
Luis Miranda, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

  10:00– 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-11:45

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications - IMPERIAL 4

10:30-10:45

T4-O3

Beyond rain protection : fruits plastic protection sheet as light spectrum transmission and climatic conditions influence means
Massimo Bizzarri, Oroplus® for Agricultural Division

10:45-11:00

T4-O4

Development of an optimal model-based ion-specific nutrient control of horticultural crops
Thorsten Rocksch, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

11:00-11:15

T4-O5

Process-based simulation models and plant phenotyping
Michel Génard, INRA, France

11:15-11:30

T4-O6

Phenology and Fruit Set of Promising North American Shrubs in the Genus Dirca
William Graves, Iowa State University, United States of America

11:30-11:45

T4-O7

INAPRO - Innovative Aquaponics for Professional Application
Johanna Suhl, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

12:00-13:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

14:30-15:00

New developments in dynamic controlled atmosphere storage of pome fruit  - IMPERIAL HALL
Bart Nicolai, University of Leuven, Belgium

15:00-15:30

The genomic approach to dissect GXE in grapevine  - IMPERIAL HALL
Mario Pezzoti, University of Verona, Italy

15:30-16:15

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

15:30-15:45

T4-O8

Optimization of cultural practices in a multi-objective framework via a simple mechanistic model for carbon assimilation and allocation in fruit trees
Daniele Bevacqua, INRA, France

15:45-16:00

T4-O9

Historical Phenological Responses in Apple to Contrasting Warming Contexts May Clarify Future Crucial Responses in Europe
Jean-Michel Legave, INRA, France

16:00-16:15

T4-10

Modelling fruit plant-pest interactions, their control by cultivation practices and their link to fruit quality
Françoise Lescourret, INRA, France

16:15-16:45

Recent trends in greenhouse design and microclimate control  - IMPERIAL HALL
Kostas Kittas, Univ. of Thessaly (UTH), Greece

16:45-17:15

Phenotyping methods for horticultural crops: opportunities and challenge  - IMPERIAL HALL
Mark Mueller-Linow, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany

17:15-18:00

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

17:15-17:30

T4-11

Temperature-sum models for irrigation scheduling of vegetable crops in open field
Jana Zinkernagel, Geisenheim University, Germany

17:30-17:45

T4-12

Towards zero discharge in hydroponic cultivation
Jim Van Ruijven, Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture, Netherlands

17:45-18:00

T4-13

Non-destructive detection of the optical properties of the wax bloom of plums
Michael Blanke, University of Bonn, Germany

 

THURSDAY 20 October 2016

8:30-9:00

Regulation of senescence and abscission in ornamentals by plant hormones: Horticultural use and mode of action - IMPERIAL HALL
Shimon Meir, The Volcani Center, Israel

9:00–9:30

Genetic dissection of tomato fruit quality in the genome era: new tools for in depth QTL characterization - IMPERIAL HALL
Matilde Causse, INRA, France

  10:00-10:30

Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

10:00-10:15

T5-O1

Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Vegetative Propagation Using Reduced-Cost Nursery Facilities
Orlanda Viamonte Póvoa, Escola Superior Agrária de Elvas, Instituto Politécnico Portalegre, Portugal

10:15-10:30

T5-O2

Survival and rooting capacity of ornamental cuttings as related to total nitrogen, storage condition and shift in metabolic N pools
Inga Matzner, Leibniz-Inst. of VegetablOrnamental Crops, Germany

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:15

Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

11:00-11:15

T5-O3

Impact of ethanol and acetaldehyde on cut carnation (Dianthus Caryophyllus L. cv, Yellow Candy)
Asghar Ebrahimzadeh, University of Maragheh, Iran

11:15-11:30

T5-O4

Efficient adventitious root formation in Petunia hybrida cuttings: when signals meet resources
Uwe Druege, Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Germany

11:30-11:45

T5-O5

Inclusion in German horticulture
Meike Rombach, TUM, Germany

11:45-12:00

T5-O6

Re-investigating substrate specificity of dihydroflavonol 4-reductase with respect to the B-ring hydroxylation pattern of substrates
Heidi Halbwirth, TU Wien, Austria

12:00-12:15

T5-O7

Interdisciplinary research in urban agriculture
Giorgio Prosdocimi Gianquinto, University of Bologna, Italy

12:15-12:40

ISHS and scientific issues - IMPERIAL HALL
Silvana Nicola, University of Turin, Italy

12:40-14:00

Lunch Break

14:00-14:30

Climate change and the potential mitigation role of fruit tree orchards - IMPERIAL HALL
Christos Xylogiannis, University of Basilicata, Italy

14:30-15:00

Application of Functional Genomics in Glandular Trichomes of Cistus creticus laid to the Exploration of Labdane-type Diterpenes Biosynthesis - IMPERIAL HALL
Angelos Kanellis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

 

 

 

 

15:00-16:00

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications - IMPERIAL HALL

15:00-15:15

T4-14

Development of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) and apricot (Prunus armenica L.) varieties and production systems in California and Europe
 Stephen Southwick, OG Packing Co., Inc., United States of America

15:15-15:30

T4-15

Evaluation and Comparison of A New Type of Temporary Immersion System (TIS) Bioreactors for Myrtle (Myrtus communis L.)
Ozhan Simsek, Cukurova University Agriculture Faculty, Turkey

15:30-15:45

T4-16

Digital picture analysis for precision screening of sour cherry progeny for necrotic leaf tissue caused by Blumeriella jaapii
Martin Jensen, Aarhus University, Denmark

15:45-16:00

T4-17

DiRT-qPCR for molecular biological detection of RNA encoded viruses
Johanna Stammler, Technische Universität München, Germany

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-17:00

Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the Fruit Sector: the view of the industry - IMPERIAL HALL
Joan Bonany, Mas Badia (IRTA), Spain

17:00-17:30

Next Generation Data analysis using Flowering Plants: Case study Aquilegia species - IMPERIAL HALL
Christos Noutsos, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

17:30-18:00

Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

T5-O8

Education needs and resources for urban agriculture entrepreneurship
Emmanuel Geoffriau, Agrocampus Ouest - IRHS, France

T5-O9

The impact of the EU VAT Directive for flowers and plants on the ornamental supply chain
Frank Bunte, Fontys International Business School, Netherlands

20:00-24:00

GALA DINNER & LIVE MUSIC

 

 

 

THURSDAY 20 October 2016

8:30-9:00

Regulation of senescence and abscission in ornamentals by plant hormones: Horticultural use and mode of action - IMPERIAL HALL
Shimon Meir, The Volcani Center, Israel

9:00–9:30

Genetic dissection of tomato fruit quality in the genome era: new tools for in depth QTL characterization - IMPERIAL 4
Matilde Causse, INRA, France

  10:00-10:30

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL 4

10:00-10:15

T3-14

On-tree tocochromanol biosynthesis in `Koroneiki´ olive fruit: an analytical and transcriptome approach
Egli Georgiadou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

10:15-10:30

T3-15

SSR and ISSR analysis of populational variability of Lychnis nivalis Kit., endemic and vulnerable Romanian species
Assist. Victoria Cristea, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:15

Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL 4

11:00-11:15

T3-16

Different Expression of Helicase Genes in Artifically and Naturally Induced Mango Fruitlet Abscission
Patrick Winterhagen, University of Hohenheim, Germany

11:15-11:30

T3-17

Biotechnological approach to control PPV resistance in Plum
Tatiana Sidorova, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russian Federation

11:30-11:45

T3-18

Genetic Basis And Environmental Factors Play Role In Cysteine Sulphoxides Content of Garlic Cultivars
Assoc. Jaroslava Ovesna, Crop Research Institute, Czech Republic

11:45-12:00

T3-19

Molecular background of the flavanone 4-reductase activity of dihydroflavonol 4-reductases
Christian Gosch, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

12:00-12:15

T3-20

Ethylene receptors protect the embryo of developing apple fruitlets from the abscission signal: an immune-like mechanism?
Alessandro Botton, University of Padova, Italy

12:15-12:40

ISHS and scientific issues - IMPERIAL HALL
Silvana Nicola, University of Turin, Italy

12:40-14:00

Lunch Break

 

 

14:00-14:30

Climate change and the potential mitigation role of fruit tree orchards - IMPERIAL HALL
Christos Xylogiannis, University of Basilicata, Italy

14:30-15:00

Application of Functional Genomics in Glandular Trichomes of Cistus creticus laid to the Exploration of Labdane-type Diterpenes Biosynthesis - IMPERIAL HALL
Angelos Kanellis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

15:00-16:00

Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

15:00-15:15

T2-17

Effect of Conventional and Organik Fertilization on Yield and Fruit Quality of Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.cv. Hicaznar)
Keziban Yazici, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Turkey

15:15-15:30

T2-18

Increased phosphorus use efficiency in basil grown hydroponically with low phosphorus concentration and saline water
Daniele Massa, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Italy

15:30-15:45

T2-19

Configuration of baby lettuce quality grown in floating system in response to cultivar, cut number and salinity source
Youssef Rouphael, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

15:45-16:00

T2-20

Brand Awareness Increases Likeliness to Buy Branded Herb and Vegetable Transplants
Bridget Behe, Michigan State University, United States of America

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-17:00

Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the Fruit Sector: the view of the industry - IMPERIAL HALL
Joan Bonany, Mas Badia (IRTA), Spain

17:00-17:30

Next Generation Data analysis using Flowering Plants: Case study Aquilegia species - IMPERIAL HALL
Christos Noutsos, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

17:30-18:00

Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications - IMPERIAL 4

T4-18

Job Satisfaction and Preferences Regarding Job Characteristics of Vocational and Master Craftsman Scholars and Horticulture Students in Germany
Stephan Meyerding, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

T4-19

Next generation sequencing technologies for the development of molecular markers and the analysis of genome diversity in Capsicum spp
Teodoro Cardi, CREA-ORT, Centro di ricerca per l'orticoltura, Italy

20:00-24:00

GALA DINNER & LIVE MUSIC

FRIDAY 21 October 2016

Professional Tours

BIOLEA Organic Olive Oil Tour

Karavitakis Winery

Manousakis Winery

Monastery of Saint Kyriaki (Agia Kyriaki)

Terra Creta

 

 

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