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Summer School Plant Science - Angers

29 jun-10 jul 2015 - Angers

Summer school plant science
The program will provide the students with insight into new developments in plant science research. The purpose is to give students the opportunity to be exposed to multidisciplinary approaches in the field of sustainable management of plant health and quality.

The program relies on interactive classes and hands-on ativities. Several workshops are organized, among them

    "qPFD: an innovative device for screening and evaluating plant elicitors”
    “In Silico design of plant pathogen identification tests
    “Field observations of Black spot disease on rose genotypes”
    “Extraction-identification and biological activity testing of plant polyphenols”
    “Macroscopic and microscopic observations of medicinal plants”
    “Genetic determinism of QTL”
    “Rose phenotyping and genotyping”
    “Transcriptomic data analysis”

Invited speakers
    I Toth, James Hutton Institute, UK
    T Debener, University of Hannover, DE
    JL  Wolfender, University of Genève, CH
    K Gallardo, INRA Dijon, FR    
    Al Botton, University of Padova, IT
    E Bucher, University of Angers, CH

Workshops
Visits of international research institutes
    GEVES lab (the French Group for the Study and Inspection of Varieties and Seeds)
    LSV-ANSES (Plant Health Laboratory)
    CIRM-CFBP (French Collection of Bacteria associated to Plants)
    ANAN (Nucleic acid analysis) Platform
    FNAMS (National Federation of Farmers seed growers)
    ITEPMAI (Institute for medicinal and aromatic plants)

Sessions
Plenary conference by Prof. Gareth Williams, renowned professor.
    Session 1 : Plant defense stimulation, plant protection and plant memory
    Session 2 : Genomic and Bacterial diagnostic
    Session 3 : Fungal foliar disease on ornamentals
    Session 4: Weed control in intercropping systems
    Session 5: Metabolomics and medicinal plants                                              
    Session 6 : Physiology and Nutritional Quality of seeds             
    Session 7: Fruit production, Fruit development and self-thinning                         
    Application deadline: 15th April 2015
    Final answer about your selection: 1st May 2015
    Registration and payment deadline: 15th May 2015

Coordinators :

  • Pr. Philippe SIMONEAU
  • Dr. Laurence HIBRAND-SAINT OYANT

Url : http://summerschools.univ-angers.fr/en/index/schools/plant-science/courses.html