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

9.00-10.00

Plenary Session Topic 1:  Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL

9:00–9:30

What can plant science do for human health

9:30-10:00

The One-health concept and organic production of vegetables & fruits

  10:00-10:30

Parallel Session Topic 1 - Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 2 - Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

T1-O1: Metabolic characterization of the anthocyanin-synthesizing tomato genotype 'Sun BlackTM'

T2-O1: Phytochemical contents and overall quality of leafy lettuce varieties (Lactuca sativa L.) grown in a closed hydroponic system

T1-O2: Innovative Tools to Enhance Plum Bioactive Compounds and Antioxidant Activity during Postharvest Storage

T2-O2: Fruit quality and yield influenced by site-specific mechanical flower thinning in 'Gala' and 'Elstar' orchards

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:30

Parallel Session Topic 1 - Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 2 - Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL 4

T1-O3: Quality differences between organic and conventional field grown vegetables - experiences from a Swedish long term field trial

T2-O3: Impact of light quality on anthocyanin synthesis in white asparagus spears (Asparagus officinalis L.)

T1-O4: Changes in carotenoid metabolism in response to biotic and abiotic stress in carrot

T2-O4: Low residue apple production: higher production risk and lower profit

T1-O5: Anthocyanin elicitation for bio-sustainable colourant production in carrot

T2-O5: Choosing the opposite ' Consumer attitudes and their choice of a horticultural product

T1-O6: Mulch films biodegradation rate in different type of soils

T2-O6: Management of sanitary and phytosanitary risks in the apple industry: the Sustain'Apple project

T1-O7: Examination of ion accumulation and some physiological characteristics of grafted eggplants grown under salinity conditions

T2-O7: The effect of leonardite, vermicompost, farmyard manure on yield and leaf quality of garden cress (Lepidium sativum L.)

T1-O8: Savings of plant protection products by a high level of precision in orchards

T2-O8: Reduction of Pre-harvest Fruit Drops in Washington Navel (Citrus sinensis Osb.)

12:30-13:00

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

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14.30 - 15.30

Plenary Session Topic 2:  Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains - IMPERIAL HALL

14:30-15:00

The regulatory networks underlying developmental shifts in fleshy fruit: from fruit setting to fruit ripening

15:00-15:30

Temperate fruit crops at new era: from preharvest to postharvest

15:30-16:00

Parallel Session Topic 1 - Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 2 - Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains  - IMPERIAL 4

T1-O9: Strawberry production and nutritional value of fruits in changing environmental conditions

T2-O9: Physiological, Biochemical and Histological Response to High Temperature Stress At Different Stages of Development in Okra Abelmoschus Esculentus L. (Moench)

T1-10: Impact of nitrogen form and supply level on growth, yield and nutritional value in hydroponically-grown Cichorium spinosum L

T2-10: Understanding postharvest stresses on ripening synchronization of Hass avocados

16:00-17:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

17:00-18:30

Parallel Session Topic 1 - Human Health, Nutritional Value and Horticulture - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 2 - Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains  - IMPERIAL 4

T1-11: Τhe role of a prolyl 4 hydroxylases in tomato fruit development

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

T1-12: Characterization of the polyphenolic pattern in Prunus domestica varieties with different fruit skin color by analyzing their fruit juices

T2-12: Water and cell wall contributions to apple texture

T1-13: Determination of nitrogen concentration in hydroponically grown spearmint

T2-13: Tools for strategic management of postharvest technology: an application to the Portuguese pear industry

T1-14: The Use of Legumes for Sustainable Agricultural Production: EUROLEGUME

T2-14: Pre-harvest red light emitting diode treatment effects on nitrate reduction in green vegetables

T1-15: Integrated pest management of the whitefly Aleyrodes proletella in vegetable brassica

T2-15: Effects of Active Modified Atmosphere Packaging with Argon and Nitrogen on Postharvest Quality of Loquat

T1-16: Effects of some dormancy breaking agents on hormone concentration during dormancy period in flower buds of Lapins sweet cherry cultivar

T2-16: Sanitary management practices in the French fruit production

WEDNESDAY 19 October 2016

8:30 - 9:30

Plenary Session Topic 3: Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

8:30-9:00

Sustainable vegetables by full control of plant production in greenhouse horticulture

9:00–9:30

Bridging the gap between genomics and fruit breeding

  9:30-10:00

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

T3-O1: Genome wide association studies and whole transcriptomic survey decipher the fruit texture regulation in apple towards the selection of novel superior accessions

T4-O1: Implementation of photovoltaics on greenhouses and shading effect to plant growth

T3-O2: Use of Marker Assisted Selection Methods in Tomato Breeding in Belarus

T4-O2: Long-Term Prediction of Biosignals from Greenhouse-grown Tomato

  10:00– 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30-11:45

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

T3-O3: High performing phenomics of berries aroma by PTR-ToF-MS

T4-O3: Beyond rain protection : fruits plastic protection sheet as light spectrum transmission and climatic conditions influence means

T3-O4: Status of research, breeding and protection of cucurbits in relation to cucurbit downy mildew: their limits and perspectives

T4-O4: Development of an optimal model-based ion-specific nutrient control of horticultural crops

T3-O5: Metabolic profiling of sun-dried grapes destined for the production of `Commandaria´ dessert wine

T4-O5: Process-based simulation models and plant phenotyping

T3-O6: Advanced mathematical algorithms to characterize olive varieties through morphological parameters

T4-O6: Phenology and Fruit Set of Promising North American Shrubs in the Genus Dirca

T3-O7: MSAPAnalyzer: an online tool for assessing Methylation Sensitive Amplified Polymorphic (MSAP) markers by comparison to reference states

T4-07: INAPRO - Innovative Aquaponics for Professional Application

12:00-13:00

Poster Session  - IMPERIAL 1,2,3

13:00-14:30

Lunch Break

14:30 - 15:30

Plenary Session Topic 4: Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications - IMPERIAL HALL

14:30-15:00

New developments in dynamic controlled atmosphere storage of pome fruit

15:00-15:30

The genomic approach to dissect GXE in grapevine

15:30-16:15

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

T3-O8: Sussebtiliby of SEO/Harlayne type resistant cultivars to PPV-T

T4-O8: Optimization of cultural practices in a multi-objective framework via a simple mechanistic model for carbon assimilation and allocation in fruit trees

T3-O9: A multidisciplinary approach reveals new aspects of apple superficial scald etiology and cold resistance mechanism in Granny Smith fruit

T4-O9: Historical Phenological Responses in Apple to Contrasting Warming Contexts May Clarify Future Crucial Responses in Europe

T3-10: EUROCAROTEN action to Horticultural Society

T4-10: Modelling fruit plant-pest interactions, their control by cultivation practices and their link to fruit quality

16:15 - 17:15

Plenary Session - IMPERIAL HALL

16:15-16:45

Recent trends in greenhouse design and microclimate control

16:45-17:15

Phenotyping methods for horticultural crops: opportunities and challenge

17:15-18:00

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

T3-11: Investigating the carotenoid pathway of loquat fruit during on-tree developmental stages

T4-11: Temperature-sum models for irrigation scheduling of vegetable crops in open field

T3-12: N2 fixing potential of Gliricidia (Gliricidia sepium) when intercropped with Cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.)

T4-12: Towards zero discharge in hydroponic cultivation

T3-13: Epidemiology of the Esca related fungus Phaeomoniella chlamydospora

T4-13: Non-destructive detection of the optical properties of the wax bloom of plums during storage (at different temperatures)

THURSDAY 20 October 2016

8:30 - 9:30

Plenary Session Topic 5: Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

8:30-9:00

Regulation of senescence and abscission in ornamentals by plant hormones: Horticultural use and mode of action

9:00–9:30

Genetic dissection of tomato fruit quality in the genome era: new tools for in depth QTL characterization

  10:00-10:30

Parallel Session Topic 5 -  Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity  - IMPERIAL 4

T5-O1: Aromatic and Medicinal Plants Vegetative Propagation Using Reduced-Cost Nursery Facilities

T3-14: On-tree tocochromanol biosynthesis in `Koroneiki´ olive fruit: an analytical and transcriptome approach

T5-O2: Survival and rooting capacity of ornamental cuttings as related to total nitrogen, storage condition and shift in metabolic N pools

T3-15: SSR and ISSR analysis of populational variability of Lychnis nivalis Kit., endemic and vulnerable Romanian species

  10:30– 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:15

Parallel Session Topic 5 -  Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 3 - Genetic Resources, Systems Approaches & Biodiversity  - IMPERIAL 4

T5-O3: Impact of ethanol and acetaldehyde on cut carnation (Dianthus Caryophyllus L. cv, Yellow Candy)

T3-16: Different Expression of Helicase Genes in Artifically and Naturally Induced Mango Fruitlet Abscission

T5-O4: Efficient adventitious root formation in Petunia hybrida cuttings: when signals meet resources

T3-17: Biotechnological approach to control PPV resistance in Plum

T5-O5: Inclusion in German horticulture

T3-18: Genetic Basis And Environmental Factors Play Role In Cysteine Sulphoxides Content of Garlic Cultivars

T5-O6: Re-investigating substrate specificity of dihydroflavonol 4-reductase with respect to the B-ring hydroxylation pattern of substrates

T3-19: Molecular background of the flavanone 4-reductase activity of dihydroflavonol 4-reductases

T5-O7: Interdisciplinary research in urban agriculture

T3-20 Ethylene receptors protect the embryo of developing apple fruitlets from the abscission signal: an immune-like mechanism?

12:15-12:40

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

12:40-14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 - 15:00

Plenary Session - IMPERIAL HALL

14:00-14:30

Climate change and the potential mitigation role of fruit tree orchards

14:30-15:00

Application of Functional Genomics in Glandular Trichomes of Cistus creticus laid to the Exploration of Labdane-type Diterpenes Biosynthesis

15:00-16:00

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 2 - Quality, Authentication, Traceability & Supply Chains  - IMPERIAL 4

T4-14: Development of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) and apricot (Prunus armenica L.) varieties and production systems in California and Europe

T2-17: Effect of Conventional and Organik Fertilization on Yield and Fruit Quality of Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.cv. Hicaznar)

T4-15: Evaluation and Comparison of A New Type of Temporary Immersion System (TIS) Bioreactors for Myrtle (Myrtus communis L.)

T2-18: Increased phosphorus use efficiency in basil grown hydroponically with low phosphorus concentration and saline water

T4-16: Digital picture analysis for precision screening of sour cherry progeny for necrotic leaf tissue caused by Blumeriella jaapii

T2-19: Configuration of baby lettuce quality grown in floating system in response to cultivar, cut number and salinity source

T4-17: DiRT-qPCR for molecular biological detection of RNA encoded viruses

T2-20: Brand Awareness Increases Likeliness to Buy Branded Herb and Vegetable Transplants

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30 - 17:30

Plenary Session - IMPERIAL HALL

16:30-17:00

Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the Fruit Sector: the view of the industry

17:00-17:30

Next Generation Data analysis using Flowering Plants: Case study Aquilegia species

17:30-18:00

Parallel Session Topic 5 -  Ornamentals, Medicinal plants, Landscape & Urban Environment - IMPERIAL HALL

Parallel Session Topic 4 - Tools, Technologies, Innovations and Applications  - IMPERIAL 4

T5-O8: Education needs and resources for urban agriculture entrepreneurship

T4-18: Job Satisfaction and Preferences Regarding Job Characteristics of Vocational and Master Craftsman Scholars and Horticulture Students in Germany

T5-O9: The impact of the EU VAT Directive for flowers and plants on the ornamental supply chain

T4-19: Next generation sequencing technologies for the development of molecular markers and the analysis of genome diversity in Capsicum spp

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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