Nr. 186 (2016)

9th Young Scientists Meeting 2016, 9th – 11th November in Quedlinburg - Abstracts -

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5073/berjki.2016.186.000

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Artikel

Greetings from the president
Georg F. Backhaus
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Content
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Keynotes

I`m my own expert: Evidence synthesis and decision making
Christian Kohl
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Open Research at the JKI – You make it possible, we make it visible

Part 1: Copyright, Open Access and Licenses

Anja Hühnlein
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BEP - the Barley Epigenome Platform of the ScienceCampus Halle
Klaus Humbeck
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Session 1: Pests, Viruses and Bacteria

Chemical cues for oviposition site acceptance of grapevine moth
Margit Rid, Anna Greif, Christoph Hoffmann, Jürgen Gross
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Variety-depending susceptibility of cherries to Drosophila suzukii according to fruit firmness and other ripening parameters
Sebastian Hemer, Felix Briem, Andrea Hecht, Katja Herzog, Astrid Eben, Heidrun Vogt
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Landscape-level movements and a molecular approach to analyze the diet of Drosophila suzukii
Felix Briem, Karin Staudacher, Christian Zeisler, Astrid Eben, Michael Traugott, Heidrun Vogt
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Insights into the Nanovirus-legume-aphid interactions
Yahya Z. A. Gaafar, Heiko Ziebell
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Novel Cydia pomonella granulovirus isolates break virus resistance in codling moth
Jiangbin Fan, Jörg Wennmann, Dun Wang, Johannes A. Jehle
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Survival of Salmonella in agricultural soil – attack from the underground
Jasper Schierstaedt, Sven Jechalke, Rita Grosch, Kornelia Smalla, Adam Schikora
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Session 2: Breeding and Resistance

Identification of genes for resistance against Pyrenophora teres f. teres and Cochliobolus sativus employing genome-wide association studies
Fluturë Novakazi, Anna Anisimova, Olga Afanasenko, Doris Kopahnme, Frank Ordon
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Introducing a herbicide tolerance into the Russian Dandelion by means of genome editing
Regina Kölzsch, Katja Thiele, Frank Hartung, Joachim Schiemann
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Resistances to Erysiphe necator Ren3 and Ren9 are encoded on chromosome 15 from ‘Regent’ in close vicinity
Daniel Zendler, Pierre Schneider, Reinhard Töpfer, Eva Zyprian
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Breeding of Russian dandelion (Taraxacum koksaghyz) – From the wild type to a new resource for a sustainable rubber production
Helge Flüß, Brigitte Ruge-Wehling, Fred Eickmeyer, Peter Wehling
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Genetic dissection of two wild emmer QTLs conferring drought tolerance
Mathieu Deblieck, Fatiuha Andrii, Yehoshua Saranga, Tamar Krugman, Assaf Distelfeld, Dragan Perovic, Frank Ordon
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Mapping QTL for resistance to net blotch (Pyrenophora teres f. teres) in a wild barley nested association mapping (NAM) population
Thomas Vatter, Doris Kopahnke, Klaus Pillen, Frank Ordon
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Session 3: Pathogens and Nematodes

Apple Replant Disease soil effects on the microbial community: a split-root experiment.
Alicia Balbín-Suárez, Maik Lucas, Lena Rauch, Doreen Babin, Doris Vetterlein, Kornelia Smalla
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Suppression of infective stages of phytonematodes by associated microbiomes
Oliveira Topalovic, Johannes Hallmann, Holger Heuer
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Differentiation of field populations of the sugar beet cyst nematode based on a pathogenicity gene
Rasha Haj Nuaima, Johannes Roeb, Johannes Hallmann, Matthias Daub, Sandra Fischer, Holger Heuer
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Nematodes contributing to apple replant disease, and as indicators of soil quality
Xorla Kanfra, Holger Heuer, Johannes Hallmann
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Ti Host status of different cover crops for Pratylenchus penetrans
Betre Estifanos, Bernd Honermeier, Johannes Hallmann, Bruno Moerschbacher
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Session 4: Application technique and Crop production

High precision weed control by a direct injection system
Jan-Philip Pohl, Dirk Rautmann, Dieter von Hörsten, Henning Nordmeyer
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Market maturity for sprayer equipped with sensor technology for gap detection?
Verena Overbeck, Jonas Huhs, Tanja Pelzer
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Crop Production of the future – possible without a rethinking?
Lisa-Marie Urso, Till-Fabian Minßen, Cord-Christian Gaus, Jens-Karl Wegener, Dieter von Hörsten
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Session 5: Viticulture

Studies on flowering time control in grapevine
Anna Werner, Iris Ochßner, Ludger Hausmann, Reinhard Töpfer
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Influence of the pruning system on the fungal community of grapevine (Vitis vinifera)
Christian Kraus, Ralf Vögele, Michael Fischer
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‘Riesling Rot’ and other grapevine berry color mutants from the German-speaking area
Franco Röckel, Ludger Hausmann, Erika Maul, Reinhard Töpfer
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Effects of plant protection intensity and pruning method on functional arthropod biodiversity and the effectiveness of natural pest control in vineyards
Theresa Pennington, Martin Felix Wedel, Christoph Hoffmann, Martin Entling
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Poster Session

Priming of soybean to enhance the plant defense against phytonematodes
Shimaa Adss, Ahmed Elhady, Adam Schikora, Holger Heuer
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Does the interaction of host species and host’s substrate affect the olfactory host search of the larval ectoparasitoid Holepyris sylvanidis?
Sarah Awater, Benjamin Fürstenau, Tina Gasch
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Development of methods for pre-symptomatic detection of grapevine diseases like esca, phytoplasmoses and viruses using hyperspectral sensors
Nele Bendel, Anna Kicherer, Hans-Christian Klueck, Andreas Backhaus, Udo Seiffert, Toni Schreiber, Steffen Kecke, Michael Fischer, Michael Maixner, Reinhard Töpfer
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Enrichment of IncP-1 plasmid carrying bacteria in the rhizosphere of lettuce and tomato – is there a fitness advantage?
Nina Bziuk, Eva Fornefeld, Eman Nour, Kornelia Smalla
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High resolution mapping of resistance genes against barley mosaic disease and Barley yellow dwarf virus
Sandra Färber, Ilona Krämer, Antje Habekuß, Wolfgang Friedt, Frank Ordon
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High resolution mapping of leaf rust resistance gene derived from barley landrace MBR1012
Leila Fazlikhani, Dragan Perovic, Doris Kopahnke, Frank Ordon
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PRUNI-REPEL: Utilization of host plant volatiles for controlling the vector of ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma prunorum’
Jannicke Gallinger, Jürgen Gross
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Pre-infected grapevine planting material as a cause of Esca in vineyards?
Nicolai Haag, Michael Fischer
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A transcriptome-based approach for developing breeding lines in Lolium sp. with multiple pathogen resistance
Floria Haase, Christof Böhm, Peter Winter, Björn Rotter, Brigitte Ruge-Wehling
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Establishment of efficient strategies for controlling downy mildew (Peronospora salviae-officinalis) and other pathogenic fungi on common sage (Salvia officinalis)
Mascha Hoffmeister, Wolfgang Maier
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Non-invasive phenotyping methods for abiotic and biotic stress in grapevine breeding
Rebecca Höfle, Anna Kicherer, Reinhard Töpfer
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Identification and mapping of QTL for Zymoseptoria tritici resistance in the winter wheat accession HTRI 1410
Frances Karlstedt, Doris Kopahnke, Dragan Perovic, Frank Ordon, Klaus Pillen
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Feeding behavior of Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae) on Asparagus spp. susceptible and resistant to Asparagus virus 1
Edit Lantos, Edgar Schliephake, Reiner Krämer, Thomas Nothnagel
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Interspecific hybridization between Aspargus officinalis and Asparagus prostratus to transmit Asparagus virus 1 resistance
Susann Plath, Reiner Krämer, Holger Budahn, Thomas Nothnagel
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Comparative studies of bunch architecture in grapevine varieties and ‘Pinot Noir’ clones
Robert Richter, Susanne Rossmann, Reinhard Töpfer, Klaus Theres, Eva Zyprian
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Automated evaluation and comparison of grapevine genotypes by means of grape cluster architecture
Florian Rist, Katja Herzog, Reinhard Töpfer
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Identification of Wheat dwarf virus (WDV) resistance/tolerance in wheat
Britta Ruckwied, Antje Habekuß, Klaus Pillen, Frank Ordon
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Toward molecular differentiation of common bunt and dwarf bunt fungi
Somayyeh Sedaghatjoo, Wolfgang Maier
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Potential candidates for plant proteins interacting with bacterial quorum sensing (QS) molecules
Abhishek Shrestha, Sebastian T. Schenk, Cassandra Hernandes-Reyes, Adam Schikora
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Improved construction of full-length cDNA clones of Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus and agroinoculation on woody plants by vacuum infiltration
Lei Zhang, Wilhelm Jelkmann
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