ISC2022 Posters

Monday, 20 June
16:00-17:00 Poster session – Sections 1, 2, 3, 4

Section 1: Breeding – New/old breeding goals and challenges

1.1 Sandra Cvejić: Feature selection and performance assessment of machine learning algorithms for sunflower oil yield prediction
1.2 Marisa della Madalena: Imidazolinone-induced male sterility in sunflower: a novel strategy for hybridization
1.3 Alix Allard: Comparison between the predicted performances of simulated sunflower breeding populations and the predicted breeding values of realized progenies
1.4 Daniela Valkova: Correlation analysis for seed yield and its component traits in experimental sunflower IMI resistant hybrids

1.5 Velimir Radić: Correlations and path analyses of some sunflower breeding parameters
1.6 Dragana Miladinović: The first report on efficient CRISPR-based protocol for sunflower
1.7 Matias Dominguez: Development of populations for sunflower disease resistance breeding

Section 2: Oils and proteins – Innovations for increased quality and feedstock supply

2.1 Jelena Ovuka: Sunflower seed oil content depending on the seedling type
2.2 Christine Fintz: Time Domain-NMR with chemometric analysis: An alternative tool for determination protein content in sunflower seeds

2.3 Nada Grahovac: Extraction yield obtained by pressing sunflower seed
2.4 Sylvie Dauguet: Dry fractionation process of sunflower meal for the production of protein and phenolic compounds enriched fractions
2.5 Sylvie Dauguet: Enzymatic release of caffeic acid from sunflower meal and improvement of its antioxidant activity in emulsion by lipophilisation
2.6 Yakov Demurin: Sunflower improvement in seed and oil quality in Russia
2.7 Mohammed Loudiyi: Amino acid profile in sunflower seeds

Section 3: Confectionery sunflower – Emerging crop

3.1 Zvonimir Sakač: Investigation and comparison of geometric characteristics of oily and non-oily sunflower hybrid seeds
3.2 Ana Đurović: Polyphenols and flavonoids contents in seed cake from Serbia confectionary sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)

3.3 Nada Hladni: Assessment of stability of seed oil and protein content in confectionery hybrids using the apple AMMI analysis
3.4 Monica Lopez Pereira: Response of seed yield and seed size to plant density in two confectionary sunflower hybrids

Section 4: Genetic resources – Investment for the future

4.1 Jelena Jocković: Secretory tissues of discs flowers in wild Helianthus L. species
4.2 Maria Petrova: Study of the reaction of Helianthus debilis accessions to Phomopsis/ Diaporthe helianthi Munt.-Cvet.
4.3 Yalcin Kaya: Flow cytometrical characterization in sunflower genus
4.4 Min Chang: Resistance of wild helianthus species to the prevailing Chinese broomrape (Orobanche cumana L.) races

4.5 Jelena Jocković: Root xylem anatomy of the wild and cultivated sunflower
4.6 Keranka Jecheva: Resistance of wild sunflower species to mild-stalk rot caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

Tuesday, 21 June
16:00-17:00 Poster session – Sections 5, 6, 7, 8
Section 5: Biotic stress resistance – New and emerging pests and diseases

5.1 Rita Ban: Occurrence of Plasmopara halstedii (sunflower downy mildew) pathotypes in Hungary
5.2 Nemanja Ćuk: Evaluation of sunflower inbred lines tolerance to Macrophomina phaseolina using different inoculation methods
5.3 Ahmed Ibrahim Alrashid Yousif: Preliminary study on the effect of different plant resistance inducers against sunflower downy mildew (Plasmopara halstedii)
5.4 Kevein Ruas Oliveira: Changes in the antioxidant enzyme activity levels of sunflower (Helianthus annuus l.) inoculated by Plasmopara halstedii (sunflower downy mildew) and treated with azadirachtin (Neemazal t/s)

5.5 Željko Milovac: Click beetles monitoring using pheromone traps in Serbia
5.6 Nisha Nisha: Fungicide tolerance of Plasmopara halstedii (sunflower downy mildew) to mefenoxam in Hungary
5.7 Dragana Milošević: Colonization of sunflower seed with Alternaria alternata
5.8 Leire Molinero Ruiz: Cadophora helianthi, a new fungus affecting sunflowers in Eastern Europe
5.9 Dragana Milošević: Botrytis cinerea as causal agent of sunflower seed grey mould
5.10 Boško Dedić: Plasmopara halstedii race 735 in Serbia
5.11 Sonja Tančić-Živanov: Tolerance of NS-sunflower genotypes to charcoal rot
5.12 Tatiana Antonova: New races of Puccinia helianthi Schwein on sunflower in the Russian Federation
5.13 Amelia Bertero: Races and oomyceticide tolerances of Plasmopara halstedii in Argentina
5.14 Amelia Bertero: Climate risk of the Argentine pampas region regarding the release of Diaporthe helianthi ascospores
5.15 Tatiana Antonova: New races of Puccinia helianthi Schwein on sunflower in the Russian Federation
5.16 Maria Iwebor: Alternaria on sunflower in regions of the Russian Federation: Species and their pathogenicity
5.17 Emmanuelle Mestries: Development of molecular markers to identify sunflower downy mildew races
5.18 Emmnuelle Mestries: Evolution of sunflower downy mildew in France
Section 6: Crop production and modelling – Yield stability in changing environment

6.1 Milan Jocković: New approaches in phenotype prediction – Machine learning techniques
6.2 Hudaverdi Gurkan: Assessment of Climate Change on Sunflower Production Using the Aquacrop Model in the Konya Basin of Türkiye
6.3 Brankica Babec: The effect of legumes and sunflower intercropping on soil compaction

6.4 Jovan Crnobarac: The influence of sowing date on yield and quality of NS sunflower hybrids
6.5 Goran Maliidža: Importance of halauxifen-methyl for integrated weed management in sunflower, with special emphasis on the control of resistant common ragweed to als inhibitors
6.6 Milan Jocković: New approaches in phenotype prediction – Machine learning techniques
6.7 Dumitru Manole: The improvement of sunflower crop technology in Dobrogea under climate changes
6.8 Philippe Debaeke: How to combine environmental indicators for characterizing and clustering variety testing trials? Application to sunflower in France
6.9 Monica Lopez Pereira: Sunflower oil yield responses to wide inter-row spacing
6.10 Samet Saglam: Determination of yield performances of IMI type sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hybrids resistant to broomrape and downy mildew

Section 7: Abiotic stress resistance – Challenges of changing environment

7.1 Goran Malidža: Sensitivity of different herbicide-tolerant sunflower hybrids to selected als-inhibiting herbicides
7.2 Dumitru Manole: The effect of climatic changes – hail and storm on sunflower hybrids – Constanta County, Dobrogea area, Romania
7.3 Georgi Georgiev: Components related to higher head diameter, heterosis, and type of inheritance in oil seed sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
7.4 Michail Christov: New form cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) with resistance to the herbicides Pulsar and Express

7.5 Dragana Miladinović: Climate Crops Centre of excellence – Bringing innovation in sunflower breeding for climate resilience
7.6 Aleksandra Radanović: Creating climate-smart sunflower for future challenges – The SmartSun multidisciplinary project

Section 8: Economy and market – Trends and prospects

8.1 Igor Balalić: Feasibility of double cropping system with camelina and sunflower in Serbia
8.2 Branislav Pejak: Mapping sunflower areas using high resolution Sentinel-2 images
8.3 Jasna Savić: Types of sunflower hybrids registered in Serbia
8.4 Yalcin Kaya: Stability in seed yield over years in confectionery sunflower

Wednesday, 22 June
14:30-15:30 Poster session – Sections 9, 10
Section 9: Broomrape – Constant challenge

9.1 Tatiana Antonova: Environmentally safe method of control of broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.), parasitizing on sunflower
9.2 Stella Clapco: Aggressiveness of broomrape populations infesting sunflower in different countries
9.3 Boško Dedić: Sunflower broomrape – Update on virulence in Serbia
9.4 Matthias Pfenning: Herbicide seed treatment in Clearfield™® Plus sunflower against early Orobanche cumana attack

9.5 Angela Port: Degree of intra- and interpopulation diversity of some Moldovan O. cumana populations
9.6 Maria Duca: Genetic variability of O. cumana populations infesting sunflower in different countries
9.7 Stephane Munos: ORTOBOX – A toolbox to evaluate sunflower varieties for their resistance to broomrape
9.8 Maria Pacueranu: The dynamics of the pathogens which attack sunflower crop in Romania
9.9 Tatiana Antonova: Environmentally safe method of control of broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.), parasitizing on sunflower

Section 10: Bees and seeds – Exploring new venues for increased yield and seed production

10.1 Phrasia Mapfumo: Planting date and environments affect sunflower development, yield and Sclerotinia head rot progression
10.2 Jelena Ovuka: The different invigoration techniques for sunflower seeds
10.3 Miloš Krstić: Seed size and substrate effect on seed germination of inbred sunflower lines
10.4 Nina Nenova: Study on important indices in the seeds of some sunflower hybrids and their correlation

10.5 Olivier Catrice: Heliopollen: deciphering the molecular bases of sunflower nectar production in response to drought stress
10.6 Sonja Tančić-Živanov: Growth promoting activity of Trichoderma spp. on sunflower seedlings
10.7 Vladimir Miklič: Towards new solutions for the chemical desiccation of sunflower
10.8 Željko Milovac: Bee vectoring of biologicals in sunflowers as a crop protection tool

IFCVNS Best poster award

Jury consisting of plenary speakers will select one poster for the IFVCNS best poster award!
The award is aimed primarily to young researchers to reward a combination of excellent research, innovation, and presentation.

The winner will be announced and the award presented during the Gala Dinner on June 22nd.

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