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Solanaceae

This year's session will highlight exciting new work on Solanaceae genomics.
Date: Sunday, January 10, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM-10:10 AM
Room: Pacific Salon 1
Organizers:
Shelley Jansky and Mathilde Causse
8:00 AM
Introduction
Mathilde Causse, INRA GAFL

8:20 AM
S. verrucosum, a Wild Mexican Potato As a Model Species for a Plant Genome Assembly Project
Pirita M Paajanen, The Genome Analysis Centre; Michael Giolai, The Genome Analysis Centre; Walter Verweij, The Genome Analysis Centre; Dave Baker, The Genome Analysis Centre; Bernardo Clavijo, The Genome Analysis Centre; Gonzalo Garcia, The Genome Analysis Centre; Elena Lopez Girona, The James Hutton Institute; Katie Baker, The James Hutton Institute; Ingo Hein, The James Hutton Institute; Glenn Bryan, The James Hutton Institute; Matt Clark, The Genome Analysis Centre

8:40 AM
Multiple de novo Genome Sequences of Pepper Provide Insights into Species Diversification in Capsicum spp.
Seungill Kim, Department of Plant Science, Plant Genomics and Breeding Institute and Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural Genomics, Seoul National University; Myung-Shin Kim, Department of Plant Science, Plant Genomics and Breeding Institute and Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural Genomics, Seoul National University; Doil Choi, Department of Plant Science, Plant Genomics and Breeding Institute and Interdisciplinary Program in Agricultural Genomics, Seoul National University

9:40 AM
A Disease Resistance Locus on Potato and Tomato Chromosome 4 Evolves at Different Rates in Different Lineages
Dan Milbourne, Crops, Environment & Land Use Programme, Teagasc; Marialaura Destefanis, Pesticides, Plant Health & Seed Testing Laboratories, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Istvan Nagy, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University; Brian Rigney, Crops, Environment & Land Use Programme, Teagasc; Glenn Bryan, The James Hutton Institute; Karen McLean, The James Hutton Institute; Ingo Hein, The James Hutton Institute; Denis Griffin, Crops, Environment & Land Use Programme, Teagasc

10:00 AM
Genetic Diversity on Resistance to Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus in Tomato
Zhe Yan, Wageningen UR Plant Breeding; Myluska Caro Rios, Wageningen UR Plant Breeding; Anne-marie, A Wolters, Wageningen UR Plant Breeding; Samuel F. Hutton, University of Florida, GCREC; Jay W. Scott, University of Florida, GCREC; Ana Pérez-de-Castro, Instituto Universitario de Conservación y Mejora de la Agrodiversidad Valenciana (COMAV); Maria J. Díez, Instituto Universitario de Conservación y Mejora de la Agrodiversidad Valenciana (COMAV); Richard Visser, Wageningen UR Plant Breeding; Junming Li, Institute of Vegetable and Flowers, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences; Yuling Bai, Wageningen UR Plant Breeding

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