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Subthemes for Tuesday:
  • Wheat Diversity, Evolution and Genetic Resources
  • Protecting Yield & Quality: Resistance to and Control of Biotic Abiotic Stresses
  • Wheat Uses: Functionality, Nutrition, Safety and Human Health
Subthemes for Thursday:
  • Wheat Improvement: Breeding, Physiology, and Enabling Technologies
  • Structural and Functional Genomics of Wheat and Wheat Relatives
  • Wheat Production Systems: Environment, Sustainability, and Management
Poster NumberTitle PresenterCountry
P001INTERNATIONAL TREATY ON PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES PROJECT: PRESERVATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF ON-FARM DIVERSITY OF CURRENTLY GROWN WHEAT LANDRACES IN AFGHANISTAN, IRAN AND TURKEYDr. A. MorgounovTurkey
P003A STUDY OF TOXA-TSN1 PATHO-SYSTEM FOR SPOT BLOTCH SUSCEPTIBILITY IN INDIAN WHEATS. NavatheIndia
P005IDENTIFICATION OF 90K ILLUMINA CHIP SNPS ASSOCIATED WITH SPOT BLOTCH RESISTANCE IN SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)VK. MishraIndia
P007IDENTIFICATION AND EVOLUTION ANALYSIS OF IMPRINTED GENES IN WHEATMM. XinChina
P009PREDICTING THE INCIDENCE AND SEVERITY OF WHEAT APHIDS IN MAJOR WHEAT GROWING ZONES OF INDIACP. SrivastavaIndia
P011BIO-FORTIFICATION OF WHEAT THROUGH BREEDING AND CROP MANAGEMENTJ. AhmadPakistan
P013HISTONE ACETYLTRANSFERASE GCN5 CONTRIBUTES TO CELL WALL INTEGRITY AND SALT STRESS TOLERANCE BY ALTERING EXPRESSION OF CELLULOSE SYNTHESIS GENESZR. HuChina
P015A COMPARATIVE TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS REVEALS THE EVOLUTION OF THINOPYRUM INTERMEDIUM AND ITS RELATIVES BY FULL-LENGTH RNA-SEQUENCINGPY. XingChina
P017COMPARATIVE MAPPING OF RESISTANCE AGAINST COMMON BUNT (TILLETIA TRITICI) AND DWARF BUNT (T. CONTROVERSA) IN THREE WINTER WHEAT POPULATIONSH. BuerstmayrAustria
P019HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE – IMPACT ON GERMINATION OF WINTER WHEAT UNDER DROUGHTK. JukićCroatia 
P021MULTIPLE DISEASE RESISTANCE IN DERIVATIVES FROM WIDE CROSSESGE. FedakCanada
P023DEVELOPING A RISK MODEL TO MITIGATE FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT IN WESTERN CANADAPR. BullockCanada
P025STUDY OF THE CADMIUM DISTRIBUTION INTO DURUM WHEAT GRAIN TISSUES AND PROCESSING FRACTIONS, COMPARISON WITH DEOXYNIVALENOL AS A MYCOTOXIN CONTAMINANTV. Lullien-Pellerin France
P027QTL MAPPING AND TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY SEPTORIA TRITICI BLOTCH (STB) RESISTANCE GENES IN WINTER WHEATF. OdilbekovSweden
P029BREEDING PROGRESS IN URUGUAYAN WHEAT CULTIVARS OVER THE LAST CENTURYM. Quincke Uruguay
P031MOLECULAR MECHANISMS ANALYSIS OF WHEAT UV TOLERANCET. WangChina
P033GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF NOVEL QTL ASSOCIATED WITH RESISTANCE TO SPOT BLOTCH IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) USING GENOTYPING BY SEQUENCINGU. KumarIndia
P035DELETION MAPPING AND VERIFICATION OF A HIGH-GRAIN NUMBER PER SPIKE LOCUS FROM AGROPYRON CRISTATUM CHROMOSOME 6P IN COMMON WHEATHM. HanChina
P037PRE-VARIETAL -RELEASE TESTING OF PAKISTANI WHEAT ADVANCED LINES FOR STRIPE RUST RESISTANCEM. ImtiazPakistan
P039NOVEL REDUCED-IMMUNOGENICITY WHEAT FOR CELIAC PATIENTSS. Kashyap United States
P041PYRENOPHORA TRITICI-REPENTIS RACE STRUCTURE IN TUNISIA AND POTENTIAL RESISTANCE SOURCES IN MEDITERRANEAN DURUM WHEAT LANDRACESM. LaribiTunisia
P043MANAGEMENT OF GENETIC RESOURCES FOR MARTONVÁSÁR CEREAL BREEDINGM. MegyeriHungary
P045THE REGULATION MECHANISM OF ETHYLENE AND ABSCISIC ACID ON PCD IN WHEAT ( TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) ENDOSPERM UNDER DROUGHT STRESS POST ANTHESISC. liChina
P047PHOSPHORUS ALTERS MICRO-STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF STARCH GRANULES AND GENE EXPRESSION RELATED TO STARCH BIOSYNTHESIS AND DEGRADATION IN WHEAT GRAINCY. liChina
P049SCREENING OF EUROPEAN WINTER WHEAT CULTIVARS FOR THE HIGHLY EXPRESSED WHEAT BREAD MAKING (WBM) GENE USING PCR MARKERM. TikhonovaEstonia
P051EXPLORING AAC TENACIOUS RESISTANCE RESPONSE TO FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT USING HIGH THROUGHPUT RNA SEQUENCINGHS. SeifiCanada
P053RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRADUAL DELETION OF GROUP-1 CHROMOSOMES AND GLUTENIN EXPRESSION IN COMMON WHEATH. TanakaJapan
P057MOLECULAR AND PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT LEAF RUST RESISTANCE GENE LR22BB. McCallumCanada
P059PRODUCTION AND PHENOTYPIC ANALYSIS OF SYNTHETIC ALLOHEXAPLOID LINES HAVING DURUM WHEAT AND WILD DIPLOID RELATIVE GENOMESS. TakumiJapan
P061DEVELOPMENT OF A NECROTROPHIC EFFECTOR-INSENSITIVE GWAS WHEAT PANEL FOR THE DISCOVERY OF NOVEL QTL ASSOCIATED WITH SEPTORIA NODORUM BLOTCH RESISTANCEKC. Tan Australia
P063GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION ANALYSIS TO CHARACTERIZE FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN DURUM WHEATW. ZhangCanada
P065A WHEAT PROTEIN KINASE GENE TASNRK2.9-5A ASSOCIATED WITH YIELD CONTRIBUTING TRAITSX. MaoChina
P067DEFINING BREAD WHEAT PLANT MODEL IN RESPONSE TO CHALLENGING DROUGHT THREAT UNDER CLIMATE CHANGES. BennaniMorocco
P069IMPROVED ALLELIC ANALYSIS OF WHEAT LOW-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN SUBUNITS USING AROONA NEAR-ISOGENIC LINES AND A SET OF STANDARD CULTIVARS BY 2-DGE, MS/MS AND RP-HPLCJY. LeeRepublic of Korea 
P071SOLVING THE CRE8 GENE PUZZLE, ONE PAN-GENOME PIECE AT A TIMEDE. MatherAustralia
P073CHARACTERIZATION OF WILD WHEAT RELATIVES INTROGRESSIVE FORMSA. Abugaliyeva Kazakhstan
P075SYNTHETIC HEXAPLOID WHEATS WITH STRIPE RUST RESISTANCEK. SandhuAustralia
P077GENE EXPRESSION DYNAMICS OF THE OBLIGATE FILAMENTOUS PATHOGEN BLUMERIA GRAMINIS AND ITS HOST PLANT AEGILOPS UMBELLULATA UNDER THE FIELD ENVIRONMENTSK. YoshidaJapan
P079PRESERVING THE VALUABLE WHEAT LANDRACES CURRENTLY UNDER RAINFED CULTIVATION IN NORTH WEST AND NORTH EAST OF IRANS. GolkariIran
P081SCREENING FOR FHB RESISTANCE IN PRIMARY SYNTHETIC HEXAPLOID WHEAT LINESX. HeMexico
P083THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF TEST WEIGHT, KERNEL SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND PROTEIN CONTENT AND THEIR EFFECTS ON MILLING AND PASTA PROCESSING QUALITY OF DURUM WHEATBX. FuCanada
P087PHENOTYPING FOR TRAITS ASSOCIATED WITH COLD ACCLIMATION MAINTENANCE IN WINTER WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)R. Whaley Canada
P089VALIDATION OF AN UNREDUCED GAMETE TRAIT IN WHEAT DOUBLED HAPLOID PRODUCTIONG. Humphreys Canada
P091RESISTANCE TO WHEAT BLAST AMONG CULTIVARS UNDER GREENHOUSE CONDITIONSF. MarzaBolivia
P093WHEAT BLAST: PREVALENCE, EPIDEMIOLOGY, HOST STATUS AND SCREENING OF ELITE GERMPLASM FOR RESISTANCEKK. RoyBangladesh
P095DIVERSITY OF SERBIAN WHEAT VARIETIES BASED ON UPOV-DEFINED CHARACTERISTICSS. MikićSerbia
P097IMPROVED DNA MARKERS AND ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS FOR LEAF RUST RESISTANCE GENE LR70CW. HiebertCanada
P099RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RAPID FLOUR CHECK METHOD AND TRADITIONAL ANALYSES FOR WHEAT GLUTEN QUALITY EVALUATION TO BRAZILIAN WHEAT GENOTYPES: A PRELIMINARY STUDYMZ. de MirandaBrazil
P101THE BORLAUG GLOBAL RUST INITIATIVE: 11 YEARS OF WHEAT IMPROVEMENTM. AcevedoUnited States
P103DOES HERBICIDE-INDUCED PHYTOTOXICITY OCCUR IN SOUTH AFRICAN WHEAT CULTIVARSI. HeynsSouth Africa
P105MAPPING THE EXPOSURE OF WHEAT TO HIGH TEMPERATURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMAND ACROSS AUSTRALIAMF. Dreccer Australia
P107GENETIC ANALYSIS REVEALS MONOGENIC RESISTANCE TO PUCCINIA GRAMINIS F. SP. TRITICI IN SOUTH AFRICAN WINTER WHEAT VARIETIESWH. BoshoffSouth Africa
P109GRAINGENES: VISUALIZATION, TOOLS, AND RESOURCES FOR WHEATTZ. SenUnited States
P111IMPROVEMENT OF BREAD MAKING QUALITY AND AGRONOMIC TRAITS IN ELITE WHEAT CULTIVARS USING 1RS.1BL RECOMBINANT LINE WITH MARKER ASSISTED BACKCROSS BREEDINGA. SharmaIndia
P113TOWARDS A MORE FRIENDLY GLUTENC. RavelFrance
P115NOVEL SOURCES OF RESISTANCES TO LEAF, STRIPE AND STEM RUST IN THE BRAZILIAN WHEAT CULTIVAR TOROPISR. Rosa Canada
P117DIVERSITY AMONG WHEAT GENOMESU. BaumannAustralia
P119GLOBAL TRANSCRIPTOME CHANGES DURING COLD ACCLIMATION IN WHEATQ. LiChina
P121IDENTIFICATION OF QTL ASSOCIATED WITH SHATTERING IN TWO SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)  POPULATIONS USING HIGH-DENSITY SNP MARKERSRE. KnoxCanada
P123PHENOTYPIC VARIATION AND RNA-SEQ-BASED GENOME-WIDE POLYMORPHISMS IN WILD DIPLOID WHEAT RELATIVE AEGILOPS UMBELLULATAN. KasazumiJapan
P125FREQUENCY AND ROLE OF YR78 IN RECENT CIMMYT BREAD WHEATJ. Huerta-EspinoMexico
P127DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF ESSENTIAL PROTEINS IN FROST DAMAGED WHEAT THROUGH MASS SPECTROMETRY.DW. HatcherCanada
P129REVISITNG THE VALUE OF EARLY FUNGICIDE IN WHEATM. AsifCanada
P131TAARF4 GENES ARE LINKED TO ROOT GROWTH AND PLANT HEIGHT IN WHEATJ. WangChina
P135GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATIN MAPPING OF FOUR IMPORTANT AGRONOMIC TRAITS IN WHAET (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) UNDER IRRIGATED AND RAINFED ENVIORMENTS USING SNP MARKERSHS. Balyan India
P137TOWARDS ISOLATING THE WHEAT GENE ENHANCING MYCOTOXIN DETOXIFICATION AT THE MAJOR FUSARIUM RESISTANCE QTL FHB1B. SteinerAustria
P139UTILIZATION OF GENETIC DIVERSITY OF THE CORE COLLECTION OF HEXAPLOID WHEAT ACCESSIONS CONSERVED EX SITU IN THE JAPANESE GENE BANK NBRP-WHEATS. NasudaJapan
P141NEW SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT IN SPRING WHEATL. WangCanada
P143CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE VARIATION ON SWEDISH WHEAT BREAD-MAKING QUALITYS. LamaSweden
P145IDENTIFICATION OF RESISTANCE TO PUCCINIA GRAMINIS IN THE CANADA WESTERN RED SPRING WHEAT CULTIVAR CARBERRYFE. BokoreCanada
P147GENOTYPE X ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION AND DIVERSITY ANALYSIS FOR SPOT BLOTCH RESISTANCE AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH YIELD AND YIELD RELATED TRAITSJP. JaiswalIndia
P149A CANDIDATE GENE ANALYSIS OF QTLS FOR ROOT GROWTH ANGLE IN DURUM WHEATD. OrmanbekovaItaly
P151MAPPING RESISTANCE TO LOOSE SMUT IN SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)D. ThambugalaCanada
P153UNCOVERING POPULATION STRUCTURE IN A COLLECTION OF SPANISH BREAD WHEAT LANDRACESP. GiraldoSpain
P155DISEASE TRAP NURSERY ALLOWS TO IDENTIFY A NEW PUCCINIA STRIIFORMIS RACE IN THE PSTS13 GROUP  IN TRITICOSECALE IN CHILE.C. VeraChile
P157COMBINED MUTATIONS IN WHEAT STARCH SYNTHASE IIIA (SSIIIA) GENESOE. Gonzalez-NavarroUnited Kingdom
P159META-QTL ANALYSIS OF TAN SPOT RESISTANCE IN WHEATY. LiuUnited States
P161COMPARISON OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI (QTL) ASSOCIATED WITH FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT (FHB) RELATED TRAITS ACROSS TWO CANADIAN EASTERN ELITE WINTER WHEAT POPULATIONSLT. Tamburic-llincicCanada
P163CHARACTERIZATION AND VALIDATION OF FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE QTL IN AN ELITE DOUBLE HAPLOID WINTER WHEAT CROSS 32C*17/PEREGRINEY. LinCanada
P165CHARACTERIZATION OF A WHEAT BZIP TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GENE, TABZIP15, INVOLVED IN ENHANCED ABIOTIC STRESSES IN PLANTSL. ZhangChina
P167FINE-MAPPING OF QSBM.UBO-2BS, A MAJOR QTL FOR RESISTANCE TO SOIL-BORNE CEREAL MOSAIC VIRUS (SBCMV)M. MaccaferriItaly
P169WIREWORM PESTS IN SPRING WHEAT IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, CANADAHA. CattonCanada
P171DEVELOPMENT OF WHEAT GENOTYPES WITH ENHANCED FE, ZN AND PHYTASE LEVELS AND REDUCED PHYTIC ACID CONTENTS. RamIndia
P173HIGH-DENSITY GENETIC MAPPING OF LEAF SPOT RESISTANCE QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI IN A DURUM WHEAT × T. TURGIDUM SSP. CARTHLICUM POPULATIONE. SariCanada
P175IDENTIFICATION OF LARGE EFFECT QTL FOR ANTHER EXTRUSION IN DOUBLED HAPLOID SPRING WHEAT POPULATIONS DEVELOPED FROM IPK-GENEBANK ACCESSIONSQH. MuqaddasiGermany
P177THE COMPOSITION OF LONG NON-CODING RNAS AND NETWORK ANALYSIS IN TETRAPLOID AND HEXAPLOID WHEATS. Biyiklioglu KayaTurkey
P179TOWARD THE MOLECULAR CLONING OF A SEPTORIA NODORUM BLOTCH SUSCEPTIBILITY GENE IN DURUM WHEATK. RunningUnited States
P181COMBINING IMPROVED AROMA, TASTE AND FIBER CONTENT IN A WHEAT POPULATION BASED ON LANDRACES AND MODERN WHEAT CULTIVARSD. FossatiSwitzerland
P183HIGH-RESOLUTION MAPPING OF THE SEPTORIA NODORUM BLOTCH SUSCEPTIBILITY GENE SNN2 IN WHEATS. SeneviratneUnited States
P185GENOMIC AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF GLUTENIN AND GLIADIN GENES IN CHINESEDW. WangChina
P187A PUTATIVELY NEW STEM RUST RESISTANCE LOCUS DERIVED FROM OLD KENYAN WHEAT VARIETYMS. RandhawaKenya
P189ELIMINATION OF YELLOW PIGMENT GENE TIGHTLY LINKED TO STEM RUST RESISTANCE GENE SR43 DERIVED FROM THINOPYRUM PONTICUMSS. XuUnited States
P191BRAZILIAN TRIALS NETWORK FOR THE CONTROL OF FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT AND WHEAT BLASTF. SantanaBrazil
P193UTILIZATION OF FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE QTLS FROM LANDRACE ‘WANGSHUIBAI’ FOR RESISTANCE IMPROVEMENT IN DIFFERENT GENETIC BACKGROUNDSYD. ZhangChina
P195EXPLORING GENETIC DIVERSITY OF SELECTED YIELD COMPONENTS THROUGH GENOTYPE BY SEQUENCINGTA. BaloyiSouth Africa
P197EVALUATION AND PRECISE MAPPING OF QFHB.NAU-2B CONFERRING RESISTANCE AGAINST FUSARIUM INFECTION AND SPREAD WITHIN SPIKES IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)GQ. LiChina
P199SCREENING OF WHEAT GERMPLASM FOR IDENTIFICATION AND UTILIZATION OF BEST PERFORMER FOR BIOFORTIFICATIONJ. AhmadPakistan
P201POSSIBILITIES IN GERMANY TO PROTECT WINTER WHEAT YIELD BY INNOVATIONS AGAINST BIOTIC STRESS.P. BlaiseGermany
P203THE ROAD TO CHROMOSOME-WIDE ENHANCEMENT OF GENETIC RECOMBINATION IN WHEATDH. KooUnited States
P205DEVELOPING NEXT-GENERATION FUNGICIDES TO CONTROL FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHTM. DjavaheriCanada
P207GRAIN SIZE AND PROTEIN CONTENT RESPONSE TO LATE HEAT AND DROUGHT STRESS IN WINTER WHEAT LANDRACES IN THE ATLAS MOUNTAINS OF MOROCCOA. El-baouchiMorocco
P209NEW INSIGHTS INTO AEGILOPS TAUSCHII GENETIC DIVERSITY AND MORPHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATIONM. MahjoobJapan
P211ALTERNATIVE DWARFING GENES FOR IMPROVING EMERGENCE AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY IN WHEAT UNDER DROUGHTHM. MamruthaIndia
P213TARGETING GLUTEN STRENGTH: A GXE STUDY ON THE VARIATION AND SWITCH IN RANKING OF CWRS CHECK VARIETIES AND THE UNDERLYING BIOCHEMICAL BASISBX. FuCanada
P215MAPPING FHB2 IN A BACKCROSS-DERIVED POPULATIONC. McCartneyCanada
P217DIVERSITY ANALYSIS OF WHEAT AND WILD RELATIVES USING THE WHEAT 90K INFINIUM ARRAYF. FatimaCanada
P219DETECTION AND EVALUATION OF THE RESIDUAL EFFECT OF DEFEATED STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENES (YR GENES) IN WHEAT.K. NabetaniCanada
P221GENETIC STRATEGY FOR DEOXYNIVALENOL REDUCTION IN WHEATJL. De AlmeidaBrazil
P223WHEAT FUTURE HAS ROOTS IN THE WILDZ. PelegIsrael
P225CHARACTERIZING STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE IN CIMMYT LINE HUIRIVIS#1S. BhavaniMexico
P227AMALGAMATION OF ALEURONE LAYER IN WHEAT FLOUR FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF END USE NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF FLAT BREADS. ShamimPakistan
P229PREPARING FOR THE POTENTIAL EMERGENCE OF WHEAT BLAST IN URUGUAYS. GermánUruguay
P231WHEAT DWARFING LINE WITH RHT12 IS A 5AL TERMINAL DELETION LINEAM. ZhangChina
P233POPULATION GENETICS AND GENOMICS OF WHEAT STRIPE RUST PATHOGEN FROM CANADAGS. BrarCanada
P235IMPROVED HEAT TOLERANT WHEAT GENOTYPES FOR CENTRAL ASIAO. AmanovUzbekistan
P237RARE NATURAL VARIATIONS OF NLR AND WTK PROTEINS CONFER BROAD SPECTRUM POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE IN CHINESE WHEAT LANDRACESZ. LiuChina
P239DISSECTING A WHEAT CHROMOSOME IN SEARCH OF A FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT SUSCEPTIBILITY FACTORB. HalesUnited Kingdom
P241PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF WHEAT SEED IN RESPONSE TO LOW NITROGEN AND PHOSPHOROUS STRESSMT. LabuschagneSouth Africa
P243IDENTIFICATION OF A ROTAMASE HIGHLY INDUCIBLE BY HEAT STRESS TREATMENTS IN WHEAT GRAINS AND GENERATION OF CRISPR-CAS9-INDUCED MUTANTS FOR FUNCTIONAL ANALYSISFM. CastilloChile
P245NOVEL SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO ZYMOSEPTORIA TRITICI IN MEDITERRANEAN DURUM WHEAT LANDRACESAH. YahyaouiTunisia
P247CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE SIGNALLING IN THE FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESPONSENA. ForoudCanada
P249GGE BIPLOT ANALYSIS FOR SPOT BLOTCH AND YIELD TRAITS OF WAMI PANEL OF SPRING WHEATVK. MishraIndia
P251RANDOM MUTAGENESIS: AN OLD TOOL FOR GENERATING NEW DIVERSITY IN WHEATW. SpielmeyerAustralia
P253IDENTIFICATION OF NEW SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESSES AND LINKED KASP MARKER DEVELOPMENTS. LiuUnited States
P255CONDENSED TANNINS IMPROVE WHEAT GLUTEN STRENGTH AND EXPAND POTENTIAL GLUTEN USESA. GirardUnited States
P257UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF PHYTOHORMONES IN CONTROLLING HEAT-STRESS TOLERANCE DURING POLLEN DEVELOPMENT IN WHEATM. DaleUnited Kingdom
P259DIVERSITY AMONG IRANIAN CORE COLLECTION OF BREAD WHEAT LANDRACES UNDER DRYLAND CONDITIONSS. GolkariIran
P261SUMO PROTEASES INCREASE DROUGHT TOLERANCE IN TRANSGENIC WHEAT AND EMS MUTANT LINESA. BothaSouth Africa
P263FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN WHEAT – ITS GENETIC MAKEUP AND IMPLICATIONS FOR RESISTANCE BREEDINGH. BuerstmayrAustria
P265THE GLOBAL DURUM WHEAT PANEL: A CORE COLLECTION TO EXCHANGE ALLELES AMONG BREEDERSL. CattivelliItaly
P267MINING OF CIMMYT ELITE BREAD WHEAT GERMPLASM FOR LEAF BLIGHT AND ADULT PLANT RESISTANCE TO LEAF AND STRIPE RUSTSJP. JaiswalIndia
P269“SUPER SOFT” WHEAT KERNEL TEXTURE–WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?CF. MorrisUnited States
P271WATER-SAVING WHEAT: TUNING WATER USE EFFICIENCY AND DROUGHT TOLERANCE USING ABA RECEPTORSR. MegaAustralia
P273USING MACHINE-LEARNING TO EXPLORE THE EVOLUTION OF SEASONAL FLOWERING BEHAVIOUR OF CEREALS.B. TrevaskisAustralia
P275MITIGATING THE THREAT OF WHEAT BLAST-OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGESPK. SinghMexico
P277BREEDING AGAINST FUNGAL WHEAT PATHOGENS IN GERMANY – IS THERE SUSTAINED PROGRESS?H. ZetzscheGermany
P279WHEAT GENETIC VARIATION MAP I UNLOCKS VAST GENETIC DIVERSITY CONCEALED IN WHEAT WILD RELATIVESF. LuChina
P281GENOME WIDE STUDIES FOR FROST TOLERANCE IN WHEATD. PerovicGermany
P283DIVERSITY IN GRAIN QUALITY TRAITS AND HIGH AND LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT GLUTENINS SUBUNITS COMPOSITION OF DURUM WHEAT LANDRACES FROM IRAN AND MEXICOC. GuzmanMexico
P285WHOLE-GENOME MAPPING OF QTL CONFERRING ALL-STAGE AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE ADULT-PLANT RESISTANCE TO STRIPE RUST IN SPRING WHEAT LANDRACE PI 181410X. ChenUnited States
P287WHEAT INFORMATION SYSTEM (WHEATIS): STANDARDIZED DATA DISCOVERY THROUGH A SINGLE PORTALTZ. SenUnited States
P289GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY AND QTL MAPPING OF FUSARIUM CROWN ROT RESISTANCE IN CHINESE COMMON WHEATF. ChenChina
P291RESEARCH ON WHEAT STRIPE RUST IN ETHIOPIA: ACHIEVEMENTS, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVESAB. HulukaEthiopia
P293GENOME-WIDE NESTED ASSOCIATION MAPPING OF GRAIN YIELD IN AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENTSM. GarciaAustralia
P295INTEGRATED PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION OF WHEAT BLAST- A NEW DISEASE IN SOUTH ASIAKK. RoyBangladesh
P297APPLICATION OF THE UNIQUE CAPABILITIES OF MASS SPECTROMETRY IN THE INVESTIGATION OF WHEAT PROTEINS CRITICAL TO END-USE FUNCTIONALITY.DW. HatcherCanada
P299FIELD BASED PHENOTYPING FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF WAMI-SUBSET -POPULATION FOR HEAT TOLERANCE ASSOCIATIONMP. ReynoldsMexico
P301RELEASE OF HIGH YIELDING, DISEASE RESISTANT AND CLIMATIC RESILIENT WHEAT CULTIVARS FROM CIMMYT GERMPLASM FOR THE CHANGING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF PAKISTANG. AhmadPakistan
P304AN ASSESSMENT OF NOVEL YELLOW RUST RESISTANCE LOCI FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND YIELD ASSOCIATION IN A UK WINTER WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAML. SlatterNetherlands
P306GENETIC DISSECTION OF DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF GENOTYPES TO NIGHTTIME TEMPERATURE IN SPRING WHEATS. SukumaranMexico
P308SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ADAPTATION OF A WILD EMMER WHEAT POPULATION UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE – A CASE STUDY FOR IN SITU CONSERVATIONT. Dahan-MeirIsrael
P310BREEDING FOR FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN SOUTHERN BRAZILA. SchönhofenBrazil
P312GENETIC BACKGROUND OF AEGILOPS SEED COMPOSITIONM. RakszegiHungary
P314FINE MAPPING OF STRIPE RUST ADULT PANT RESISTANCE GENE YR54C.LanChina
P316TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS IN THE WHEAT CULTIVAR TOROPI IN RESPONSE TO INFECTION WITH PUCCINIA TRITICINA, THE CAUSAL PATHOGEN OF LEAF RUSTCM. ZanellaUnited Kingdom
P319ROLE OF H3 HISTONE MODIFICATIONS IN LR28-MEDIATED LEAF RUST RESISTANCE IN WHEAT EXAMINED USING CHIP-QPCR AND CHIP-SEQG. SaripalliIndia
P321ROLE OF CYTOSINE METHYLATION IN LR28-MEDIATED LEAF RUST RESISTANCE IN WHEAT EXAMINED USING MSAP AND MEDIPHS. BalyanIndia
P322GENETIC DIVERSITY OF DURUM LANDRACES AND THEIR UTILIZATION FOR THE NDSU DURUM WHEAT BREEDINGX. LiUnited States
P324ALLELIC VARIATION OF VERNALIZATION GENES AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH COLD TOLERANCEM. KeserTurkey
P326IDENTIFICATION OF SEEDLING AND ADULT PLANT RUST RESISTANCE IN TRITICUM SPELTA ACCSESIONSJ. Huerta-EspinoMexico
P330IMPROVING TERMINAL DROUGHT ADAPTATION IN WHEAT BY COMBINING TRAIT PHYSIOLOGY, CROP MODELLING AND GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION MAPPINGJ. ChristopherAustralia
P332DETAILED MAPPING OF GENOMIC REGION CARRYING ADULT PLANT  STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENE YR75 IN WHEATM. KanwalAustralia
P334INVESTIGATING GENETIC VARIABILITY FOR MINERAL MICRONUTRIENTS IN WHEAT THROUGH INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION AND QTL MAPPING OF OLD LANDRACES.SK. VermaIndia
P336GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY REVEALS GENOMIC REGIONS CONTROLLING ROOT AND SHOOT TRAITS AT LATE GROWTH STAGES IN WHEATRL. JingChina
P338SODIUM TISSUE TOLERANCE IN BREAD WHEAT – DISMISSING THE USUAL CANDIDATESSJ. RoyAustralia
P340INFLUENCE OF GENOTYPE AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION ON THE GLUTEN PROTEIN DEVELOPMENT DURING GRAIN FILLING AND RELATIONSHIP TO DOUGH STRENGTHD. VazquezUruguay
P342CONTRASTING DAILY WATER USE DURING GRAIN FILLING IN WHEAT ACCESSIONS FOLLOWING COMBINED DROUGHT AND HEAT STRESSP. TrickerAustralia
P344WHEAT MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATION SHIFTS FROM THE TCA CYCLE TO THE GABA SHUNT UNDER SALT STRESSNL. TaylorAustralia
P348BREEDING STRATEGIES FOR FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN DURUM WHEATB. SteinerAustria
P350IMPROVING AND MAINTAINING WINTER HARDINESS AND FROST TOLERANCE IN BREAD WHEAT BY GENOMIC SELECTIONS. MichelAustria
P352MEIOSIS-SPECIFIC GENE DISCOVERY IN WHEATS. KagaleCanada
P354DROUGHT RESPONSES OF HISTORIC CULTIVARS OF WHEAT RELEASED IN INDIAJ. RaneIndia
P356CHARACTERISING THE TRANSCRIPTOME OF DROUGHT TOLERANT BREAD WHEATR. Rusholme-PilcherUnited Kingdom
P358WHEAT POPULATION FOR PURE LINE SELECTION OF USEFUL TRAITS FROM AEGILOPS TAUSCHIIH. TsujimotoJapan
P360ENHANCING APHID RESISTANCE IN CIMMYT’S BREAD WHEAT GERMPLASMLA. Crespo-HerreraMexico
P362MOLECULAR AND AGRONOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF NEAR ISOGENIC LINES OF DURUM WHEAT CARRYING THE ALIEN RUST RESISTANCE GENES LR19/SR25 OR LR47D. KthiriCanada
P364APPLICATION MACHINE LEARNING TO CHARACTERIZE MIRNAS IN WHEAT PANGENOMEH. BudakUnited States
P366IDENTIFICATION OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI (QTL) ASSOCIATED WITH FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN TWO WINTER WHEAT POPULATIONSA. NeupaneCanada
P368AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF THE IMPACTS OF CEREAL LEAF BEETLE (OULEMA MELANOPUS) AND ITS NATURAL ENEMIES ON WHEAT YIELD IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIESHA. CattonCanada
P370DETECTION OF STEM RUST EFFECTIVE RESISTANCE GENES AND IDENTIFICATION OF RESISTANCE AMONG WHEAT COMMERCIAL CULTIVARS AND CANDIDATE LINES IN IRANA. MalihipourIran
P372EFFECT OF FUNGICIDE APPLICATION TIMING ON FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT IN DURUM WHEAT.G. SinghCanada
P374IDENTIFICATION OF STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE IN DURUM WHEAT THROUGH PHENOTYPIC AND MOLECULAR MARKER SCREENINGSK. AlemuEthiopia
P376CHARACTERIZATION OF WHEAT GENETIC RESOURCES COLLECTED IN TIBETAN PLATEAU OF QINGHAI PROVINCE, CHINA BASED ON BASIC AGRICULTURAL AND BREAD-MAKING RELATED TRAITST. SasanumaJapan
P378CHARACTERIZING AND COMBINING FHB RESISTANCE IN DURUM WHEAT GERMPLASM FROM EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN BREEDING PROGRAMSJK. HaileCanada
P380PROGRESS IN BREEDING EASTERN CANADIAN WINTER WHEAT FOR HIGH YIELD AND FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCELT. Tamburic-IlincicCanada
P382SPANISH DURUM WHEAT LANDRACES PRESENT WIDE DIFERENCES WITH MODERN VARIETIES AT GENOMIC LEVELL. PascualSpain
P384INSIGHT INTO CANDIDATE FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE GENES ASSOCIATED WITH A QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 1A OF TRITICUM TURGIDUM SSP. CARTHLICUME. SariCanada
P386MARKER ASSISTED PYRAMIDING OF STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENES  YR15 AND YR36 IN BREAD WHEAT VARIETY PBW 550GS. MaviIndia
P388THE T. DICOCCUM ACCESSION MG5323, A USEFUL SOURCE OF RESISTANCE GENESE. MazzucotelliItaly
P390INTEGRATION OF PLANT HORMONE AND HEAT PRIMING AND REGULATION OF UBIQUITIN PROTEASOME SYSTEM UNDER HIGH TEMPERATURE STRESS DURING GRAIN FILLING STAGES IN INDIAN BREAD WHEATS. BarthakurIndia
P392INCORPORATING GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION MAPPING RESULTS INTO GENOMIC PREDICTION MODELS FOR GRAIN YIELD AND YIELD STABILITY IN CIMMYT SPRING BREAD WHEATDM. SehgalMexico
P394GENETIC DIVERSITY AND SELECTIVE SWEEP ANALYSIS OF TETRAPLOID WHEAT POPULATIONS WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DOMESTICATION AND ADAPTATIONJ. FiedlerUnited States
P398IMPROVING DROUGHT RESISTANCE IN BREAD WHEATYG. HuChina
P400GENOMIC SELECTION AND SPEED BREEDING FOR SEPTORIA TRITICI BLOTCH RESISTANCE IN WINTER WHEATAR. RiazIreland
P402A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF THE WHEATSM. van SlagerenUnited Kingdom
P404MARKER ASSISTED DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH YIELDING WHEAT COMBINING DISEASE RESISTANCE AND PREMIUM CHAPATTI QUALITY.H. KaurIndia
P406CULTIVATION OF STRIPE RUST RESISTANT WHEAT VARIETIES IS SLOWING DOWN THE OCCURRENCE OF STRIPE RUST EPIDEMICS IN UZBEKISTANR. SharmaUzbekistan
P409RESISTANCE TO STEM RUST IN EUROPEAN CEREAL CULTIVARS REVEALED BY RACES OF DIVERSE ORIGINM. PatpourDenmark
P411A FAST AND HIGH-THROUGHPUT LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY (LC-MS/MS) BASED DEOXYNIVALENOL (DON) PHENOTYPING ASSAYL. WangCanada
P413GENETIC CONTRIBUTION OF SYNTHETIC HEXAPLOID WHEAT TO CIMMYT SPRING WHEAT GERMPLASM AND BREEDING IMPLICATIONSU. RosyaraMexico
P415OSMOTIC CHANGES IN WHEAT POST HEADING AND REPRODUCTIVE FROST DAMAGE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIAB. LeskeAustralia
P417IMPROVEMENT OF FHB RESISTANCE IN WHEAT: RESISTANT COMPONENTS, PHENOLOGY AND HEIGHTPR. FobertCanada
P419A WIDE COLLECTION OF WILD EMMER ACCESSIONS TO DISCOVER NOVEL RESISTANCE GENES TO YELLOW RUSTE. MazzucotelliItaly
P421GENETIC FACTORS AFFECTING FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IMPROVEMENT AND LINKAGE DRAG FROM INTROGRESSION OF EXOTIC SUMAI 3 ALLELES (INCLUDING FHB1, FHB2, AND FHB5) IN HARD RED SPRING WHEATGS. BrarCanada
P423RESISTANCE TO WHEAT STEM RUST IN ANCIENT CULTIVATED TETRAPLOID WHEATS (TRITICUM TURGIDUM L.)PD. OliveraUnited States
P425GENETIC DIVERSITY AND VARIANT EFFECT ANALYSIS OF TWO IRON TRANSPORTER GENES (NAS2 AND VIT2) AMONG DIVERSE WHEATSK. ThiyagarajanMexico
P427DETECTION OF RACE-SPECIFIC ADULT PLANT RESISTANCE TO STEM RUST IN WHEATMN. RouseUnited States
P429PATHOGENIC RACES OF WHEAT STRIPE RUST IN CANADA FROM 1984 TO 2018R. AboukhaddourCanada
P431BREEDING FOR STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE IN SPRING WHEAT GERMPLASM ADAPTED TO KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PROVINCE OF PAKISTANFU. KhanPakistan
P433AGROBACTERIUM-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION OF TRITICUM SPELTA L. USING MATURE EMBRYOSA. KyriienkoUkraine
P435EXPLORING NEW SOURCE OF RUST RESISTANCE IN THE VAVILOV WHEAT COLLECTIONZ. TadesseEthiopia
P437CHARACTERIZATION OF THREE NEW YR9-VIRULENCES OF PUCCINIA STRIIFORMIS F. SP. TRITICI AND IDENTIFICATION OF SOURCES OF RESISTANCE IN INDIAN BREAD WHEATSC. BhardwajIndia
P439IMPROVED HERBICIDE USE FOR REDUCED WEED BURDEN AND SUSTAINABLE BREAD WHEAT PRODUCTION IN UGANDACB. ChemayekUganda
P440GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF RESISTANCE TO PSTS2 AND WARRIOR RACES OF STRIPE (YELLOW) RUST IN BREAD WHEAT LANDRACESM. TehseenTurkey
P442BIOINFORMATICS AS A TOOL IN WHEAT BREEDING FOR LEAF RUST (PUCCINIA RECONDITA F. SP. TRITICI) AND STRIPE RUST (PUCCINIA STRIIFORMIS F.SP. TRITICI.)F. GabounMorocco
P444HOW TO ADAPT DURUM WHEAT TO CLIMATE CHANGE: G + GXE AGAINST EFM. BassiMorocco
P446VIRULENCE OF PUCCINIA GRAMINIS F. SP. TRITICI TO WHEAT STEM RUST RESISTANCE GENES SR22, SR32, SR33, SR35, SR39 AND SR40R. RoohparvarIran
P447UNCOVERING USEFUL VARIABILITY FOR AGRONOMICS AND DISEASE RESISTANCE WITHIN A DIVERSE WHEAT COLLECTION.G. HumphreysCanada
P449OZONE TOLERANCE OF OLD AND MODERN EGYPTIAN WHEATA. MashaheetUnited States
P451BREEDING OZONE-TOLERANT WHEAT: PROOF OF CONCEPT.A. MashaheetUnited States
P452PATHOTYPES DETERMINATION OF PUCCINIA STRIIFORMIS F.SP. TRITICI IN IRAN, 2018F. AfshariIran
P454DIVERSIFICATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE WHEAT B GENOME BY HOMOEOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION AND COMPARATIVE GENOME ANALYSISX. CaiUnited States
P455VIRULENCE OF STEM RUST PATHOGEN TO WHEAT RESISTANCE GENES SR13, SR14, SR25, SR27, SR28, SR29 AND SR37 IN IRANR. RoohparvarIran
Poster NumberTitle PresenterCountry
P002GENOTYPE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON DURUM WHEAT QUALITY-IMPLICATIONS FOR BREEDINGM. SissonsAustralia
P004ALLOPOLYPLOIDIZATION RECONSTRUCTED NEW BALANCE IN COPY NUMBER OF GENE AND TRANSPOSON OF WHEAT A SUBGENOMEXL. ShiChina
P006WHEAT CANOPY ARCHITECTURE – PHYSIOLOGY, GENETIC VARIATION AND IMPACT ON YIELD AND BIOMASSR. RichardsAustralia
P008THE ROLE OF THE DELLA PROTEIN IN REGULATION OF THE GAMYB IN THE ALEURONE OF WHEATP. SokolowskaUnited Kingdom
P010SUCCEEDING SPRING AND WINTER WHEAT BENEFIT DIFFERENTLY FROM LEGUMINOUS PRE-CROP SPECIES IN ORGANIC CULTIVATION.R. KoppelEstonia
P012METABOLIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF WHEAT TO PROGRESSIVE DROUGHT STRESS AT THE FLOWERING STAGEM. ItamJapan
P014EFFICIENCY OF CULTIVATION IN UKRAINE SPRING AND WINTER FORMS OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM AND TRITICUM DURUMS. KalenskaUkraine
P016TRANSPOSONS AS AGENTS OF DIVERSITY IN WHEATH. GundlachGermany
P018PROSPECTS OF HYBRID WHEAT IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS BASED ON RECENT EXPERIMENTSPK. BhatiIndia
P020GENOME-WIDE IDENTIFICATION AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF NEW CYTOKININ METABOLIC GENES IN BREAD WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)AM. ZhangChina
P022IMPROVING YIELD COMPONENTS IN TRITICUM AESTIVUM WITH NOVEL QTL/GENES FOR CELL DIVISION AND EXPANSION.A. Montemayor LaraUnited Kingdom
P024A HIGH-PROTEIN WHEAT GERMPLASM D34 SUITABLE FOR MAKING CAKES AND BISCUITSJF. ChaiChina
P026INCREASING ROOT BIOMASS PRODUCTION IN EUROPEAN WINTER WHEAT FOR IMPROVED DROUGHT-STRESS TOLERANCE AND NITROGEN USE EFFICIENCYS. VukasovicGermany
P028ALLOPLASMIC LINES OF JAPANESE BREAD WHEAT CULTIVARS WITH AEGILOPS MUTICA CYTOPLASM: THE CYTOPLASMIC EFFECT ON HEADING TIME AND ITS POTENTIAL FOR USE IN BREEDINGK. MuraiJapan
P030GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF BREAD WHEAT YIELD AND ASSOCIATED TRAITS IN SOUTHERN PANNONIAN PLAINM. MirosavljevićSerbia
P032RNA-SEQ-BASED BULKED SEGREGANT ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSAL U-GENOME GENE FOR GRASS-CLUMP DWARFISM IN INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDS BETWEEN TETRAPLOID WHEAT AND WILD WHEAT RELATIVE AEGILOPS UMBELLULATAM. OkadaJapan
P034MINING GENES/QTL FOR INCREASING GRAIN WEIGHT IN COMMON WHEAT USING GENOTYPING ARRAYS AND INTROGRESSION LINESX. LiChina
P036OPTIMIZING SYSTEMS RESILIENCY ACROSS THE MAJOR CANADIAN ECOZONESS. Strydhorst Canada
P038ASCERTAINMENT OF SELECTION CRITERIA FOR QUALITY TRAITS IN TRITICALEGS. MaviPakistan
P040MAP-BASED IDENTIFICATION OF EARLINESS GENE PCL1-3B IN A JAPANESE BREEDING LINE “CHOGOKUWASE”H. NishidaJapan
P042RAPID CONSTRUCTION OF SATURATED GENETIC MAPS IN HEXAPLOID WHEAT POPULATIONS USING TARGET AMPLICON SEQUENCINGG. IshikawaJapan
P044ESTIMATING PLANT HEIGHT USING UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS-BASED IMAGERY AND ASSOCIATION WITH YIELD IN WHEAT (T. AESTIVUM L.)V. Tomar India
P046IMPACT OF ARTIFICIAL SELECTION ON HAPLOTYPE DIVERSITY IN HEXAPLOID WHEATJ. Quiroz-ChávezUnited Kingdom
P048NESTED LOOP PCR (NL-PCR) FOR AMPLIFICATION OF LARGE DNA FRAGMENTS WITH COMPLEX STRUCTURES IN WHEATSS. XuUnited States
P050DETECTION OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR PRE-HARVEST SPROUTING RESISTANCE IN BREAD WHEAT USING A RIL POPULATIONI. IkićCroatia 
P052EFFECTS OF PEA INTERCROPPING ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF WINTER WHEATP. MikóHungary
P054A MAJOR ROOT ARCHITECTURE QTL AFFECTING RESPONSE TO WATER LIMITATION IN DURUM WHEATS. AlahmadAustralia
P056GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION MAPPING OF EARLY SEEDLING VIGOR AND REGROWTH VIGOR OF WINTER WHEATXF. MaUnited States
P058DISTRIBUTION OF A VRN-A3 ALLELE WITH AN INSERTION IN THE PROMOTER REGION IN WHEAT AND ITS POTENTIAL TO APPLY FOR WHEAT BREEDING.K. NishimuraJapan
P060APPLIED PRE-BREEDING IN THE PRIVATE SECTORJ. LageUnited Kingdom
P062CORRECTION OF WHEAT 660K AND 90K SNP ARRAYS AND GWAS ANALYSIS OF MIXOLAB PARAMETERS IN BREAD WHEATF. ChenChina
P064GENOME-WIDE MARKER DEVELOPMENT BASED ON RNA SEQUENCING OF LEAF TRANSCRIPTS IN WILD EINKORN WHEATA. MichikawaJapan
P066WESTERN CANADIAN WHEAT BREEDING: THE PATH FORWARDS. KumarCanada
P068OPTIMIZING WHEAT MANAGEMENT UNDER DRY ENVIRONMENTS: A CASE STUDY IN THE WEST PAMPAS OF ARGENTINAS. Alvarez PradoArgentina
P070CULTIVAR RECOMMENDATIONS OF DURUM WHEAT VARIETIES BASED ON YIELD AND QUALITY MULTI-ENVIRONMENTS TRIALS IN MOROCCOM. taghoutiMorocco
P072ANALYSIS OF GLUTEN PROTEIN COMPOSITION IN OLD AND MODERN HARD RED SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) VARIETIES FROM CANADAMC. FleitasCanada
P074BREEDING EFFECTS ON GRAIN FILLING IN PANNONIAN WINTER WHEAT CULTIVARSB. Jocković Serbia
P076INTEGRATING GENOMIC SELECTION AND ACCELERATED GENERATION ADVANCEMENT TO IMPROVE GENETIC GAIN IN A WINTER WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMA. FichtCanada
P078GENOME-WIDE ANALYSIS OF FAMILY-1 UDP GLYCOSYLTRANSFERASES (UGT) AND IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL UGT GENE FOR FHB RESISTANCE IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)HY. HeChina
P080LEAF STOMATAL TRAITS, ?13C GRAIN CARBON ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION AND GRAIN YIELD OF AN ELITE DOUBLE HAPLOID BREAD WHEAT POPULATION UNDER DIFFERENT MOISTURE REGIMESJ. SanghaCanada
P082ROOT PHENOTYPING FOR ENHANCING WHEAT YIELDS IN SOUTH AFRICAA. BarnardSouth Africa
P084MINING A SEQUENCE-CONFIGURED WILD WHEAT DIVERSITY PANEL FOR GENES REGULATING ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE USING ASSOCIATION GENETICSK. GauravUnited Kingdom
P086ELIMINATING THE LINKAGE DRAG: A NOVEL METHOD FOR TARGETED ALIEN GENE TRANSFERKS. RawaleUnited States
P088IDENTIFICATION AND MAPPING OF LEAF RUST AND POWDERY MILDEW RESISTANCE GENES IN BREAD WHEATL. CattivelliItaly
P090MAPPING QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR GRAIN PROTEIN CONCENTRATION IN CANADIAN DURUM WHEATY. RuanCanada
P092ACCELERATING THE DEVELOPMENT WHEAT CULTIVARS WITH DESIGNER ROOT SYSTEMSC. RamblaAustralia
P094EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF MAIN DEVELOPMENTAL GENES IN TWO BREAD WHEAT CULTIVARS AFFECTED BY AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND PHOTOPERIODT. KissHungary
P096THE APPLICATION OF FIELD BASED HIGH-THROUGHPUT PHENOTYPING IN A COMMERCIAL WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMMEJ. Walter Australia
P098HIGHER BALANCE BETWEEN N AND WATER DRIVES GENETIC YIELD GAIN IN AUSTRALIAN WHEATCM. CossaniAustralia
P100GENTIC YIELD GAIN IN WHEAT VARIETIES RELEASED IN INDIA EVALAUTED UNDER ZERO TILLAGE AND CONVENTIONAL TILLAGEMK. VishwakarmaIndia
P102DEVELOPMENT OF KASP MARKERS FOR SELECTION OF INCREASED ROOT BIOMASS IN WHEATM. MakhoulGermany
P104EFFECTS OF A PHOTOPERIOD-RESPONSE GENE PPD-D1 ON SPRING WHEAT YIELD PROPERTIES IN HOKKAIDO, JAPANN. AshikagaJapan
P106WBM: A GENE LINK TO BREAD MAKING QUALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA WHEAT?Y. Liu South Africa
P108MIXSMART PARAMETERS AS POSSIBLE INDICATORS OF BREAD MAKING QUALITY IN WHEAT CULTIVARS ADAPTED TO THE SOUTH AFRICAN DRYLAND SUMMER RAINFALL AREASM. LabuschagneSouth Africa
P110DYNAMICS OF DNA METHYLATIONS IN SYNTHETIC ALLOTETRAPLOID WHEATW. GuoChina
P112BREEDING IMPROVEMENT OF WINTER WHEAT MORPHOTYPE USING INDIRECT METHODS OF GENOTYPE ESTIMATION IN UKRAINEM. BatashovaUkraine
P114RESILIENCE EFFECT ON WHEAT GROWTH MEDIATED BY KODA, 9,10-KETOL-OCTADECADIENOIC ACID EXTRACTED FROM DUCKWEEDT. BanJapan
P116DISSECTION, VALIDATION AND FINE MAPPING OF QTL FOR THOUSAND GRAIN WEIGHT ON CHROMOSOMES 4A IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)HR. PengChina
P118VARIATION IN GRAIN ZINC AND IRON CONCENTRATION, GRAIN YIELD AND ITS ASSOCIATED TRAITS OF BIOFORTIFIED BREAD WHEAT GENOTYPES AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS OF NEPALD. ThapaNepal
P120DEVELOPMENTAL AND YIELD TRAITS IN ELITE WHEAT LINES SELECTED FROM A NAM POPULATIONPA. BasavaraddiSpain
P122LASANA-INIA, NEW HIGH YIELD SPRING BREAD WHEAT VARIETY FOR CHILEI. MatusChile
P124CAUSE OR CORRELATION? THE CHOICE IS YOURS WHEN CONSTRUCTING GENE REGULATORY NETWORKSAE. BackhausUnited Kingdom
P126MARKER-ASSISTED PYRAMIDING OF TEN GENES FOR GRAIN QUALITY AND RUST RESISTANCE IN COMMON WHEATG. SaripalliIndia
P128RE-EVALUATING NITROGEN RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WHEAT PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINSC. NeelyUnited States
P130SPIKE PHOTOSYNTHETIC CONTRIBUTION TO GRAIN WEIGHT AND SOURCE-LIMITATION DURING THE GRAIN FILLING STAGE IN UK WHEAT LINES WITH CONTRASTING YIELD COMPONENTSE.Ober United Kingdom
P132GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF RESISTANCE TO WHEAT STRIPE, LEAF AND STEM RUST IN BREAD WHEAT LANDRACES FROM IRAN, TURKEY, AND AFGHANISTANK. NazariTurkey
P134GENOMIC SELECTION FOR FLOWERING TO OPTIMIZE SPEED BREEDING FOR THE COLD AREAS OF WEST ASIA AND NORTH AFRICA.M. Sanchez-GarciaMorocco
P136ASSEMBLING A HIGH-YIELDING GERMPLASM PANEL FOR SOUTH AFRICAN WHEAT IMPROVEMENTSL. SydenhamSouth Africa
P138QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI ASSOCIATED WITH RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT IN A CDC HUGHES X AAC CONCORD DERIVED WHEAT POPULATIONS. BerraiesCanada
P140IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW VARIATION IN Q GENE CONTROLLING THE PLANT HEIGHT AND SPIKE SHAPE IN COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)X. LiuChina
P142OPTIMIZING TRAINING POPULATION SIZE TO IMPROVE PREDICTION ACCURACY OF FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT TRAITS IN WHEATE. AdeyemoUnited States
P144GENOMIC SELECTION AND PREDICTION FOR WHEAT BREEDINGTA. HaileCanada
P146FACTORS INFLUENCING EMERGENCE RATES OF SPRING WHEAT IN FARMERS’ FIELDS IN NORTH DAKOTAR. BuetowUnited States
P148QUALITY AND MOLECULAR STUDIES ON THE SEMOLINA YELLOWNESS IN WINTER DURUM WHEATG. VidaHungary
P150TRITICALE REVEALS BREEDING TARGETS TO ACCELERATE YIELD POTENTIAL GAIN IN BREAD WHEATAG. CondonAustralia
P152LATE MATURITY alpha-AMYLASE (LMA) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR WHEAT BREEDINGW. FairlieAustralia
P154DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH YIELDING SYNTHETIC-DERIVED WINTER WHEAT IN TEXASJC. RuddUnited States
P156RNA-SEQ-BASED POLYMORPHISMS IN THE SECTION SITOPSIS SPECIES REVEAL THE ORIGIN OF WHEAT B-GENOME CHROMOSOMESY. MikiJapan
P158PHENOTYPING OF WHEAT GENEBANK ACCESSIONS USING HYPERSPECTRAL REFLECTANCEM. BresticSlovakia 
P160THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FOLIAR-APPLIED NITROGEN FOR IMPROVING GRAIN PROTEIN CONTENT IN WHEATMW. KirikaAustralia
P162NON-INVASIVE PHENOTYPING OF WHEAT GENOTYPES UNDER LONG-TERM DROUGHT STRESSM. ZivcakSlovakia
P164CHANGING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN WHEAT YIELD, QUALITY AND CLIMATE: IS IT TIME TO ADAPT TRADITIONAL CULTIVATION OF DRYLAND WHEAT IN THE SUMMER RAINFALL REGION OF SOUTH AFRICA?RC. LindequeSouth Africa
P166ADVANCES IN WHEAT TRANSFORMATIONEJ. WallingtonUnited Kingdom
P168IRAFEN-INIA: A NEW FACULTATIVE BREAD WHEAT CULTIVAR FOR NORTH-CENTRAL CHILEC. AlfaroChile
P170GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION MAPPING REVEALS NOVEL QTL HOTSPOTS FOR YIELD AND COMPONENT TRAITS IN BREAD WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) GROWN UNDER RAINFED AND SUPPLEMENTAL IRRIGATION CONDITIONSZ. FellahiAlgeria
P172GENOMIC SELECTION OF WHEAT QUALITY TRAITS USING SINGLE- AND MULTI-TRAIT MODELSJ. OrabiDenmark
P174MODELLING WINTER CEREAL SURVIVAL: AN ONLINE AND INTERACTIVE SIMULATION TOOLB. ByrnsCanada
P176USE OF IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR PLANT PHENOTYPING AND SELECT DROUGHT TOLERANT SPRING WHEAT GENOTYPES IN TWO CONTRAST ENVIRONMENTS IN CHILED. CastilloChile
P178CAPTURING TRAIT INSIGHTS USING PHENOMICS, CROP MODELS AND STATISTICS TO IMPROVE WHEAT ADAPTATIONS. ChapmanUnited Kingdom
P180INTERROGATION OF MULTI-SEASON YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENT DATA IN A UK ELITE PRE-BREEDING POPULATIONT. BarberUnited Kingdom
P182OPTIMISING QUANTSEQ® FOR REDUCED COST DIFFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS IN COMPLEX POLYPLOID GENOMESR. Rusholme-PilcherUnited Kingdom
P184A CONSOLIDATED GENE ANNOTATION FOR THE 10+ WHEAT GENOME PROJECTT. LuxGermany
P186GENOMIC REGIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SPECTRAL INDICES IN CIMMYT SPRING BREAD WHEAT GERMPLASMS. MondalMexico
P188GROWTH AND YIELD DEPENDING ON REGIONAL WHEAT(SAEGEUMGANG WHEAT) SOWING DATES IN KOREAJ. jiseonRepublic of Korea 
P190DETERMINING THE EFFECT OF ALIEN CHROMOSOMES ON RATE OF RECOMBINATION IN DURUM WHEATM. KaurCanada
P192THE INVOLVEMENT OF ABSCISIC ACID AND GIBBERELLIN IN GERMINATION RESPONSE OF WHEAT SEEDS TO LOW TEMPERATURETN. NguyenCanada
P194MULTI-ENVIRONMENTAL GWAS FOR THE DISSECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GRAIN YIELD QTLOME IN DURUM WHEATG. SciaraItaly
P196GENOMIC SELECTION OF GRAIN YIELD AND QUALITY TRAITS IN THE NDSU DURUM WHEAT BREEDING POPULATIONE. SalsmanUnited States
P198TRANSCRIPTOMICS OF WINTER WHEAT CULTIVARS AFTER INOCULATION WITH FUSARIUM GRAMINEARUM USING HIGH THROUGHPUT RNA SEQUENCINGMA. HenriquezCanada
P200AN INTEGRATED PRE-BREEDING PROGRAM FOR YIELD IMPROVEMENTWC. BotesSouth Africa
P202GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY TO IDENTIFY QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR RESISTANCE TO THE ROOT-LESION NEMATODE PRATYLENCHUS NEGLECTUS IN WHEATProf. Dr. F. Ordon.Germany
P204EFFECT OF ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND NITROGEN INTERACTIONS ON WHEAT YIELDCM. CossaniAustralia
P206CROSS VALIDATION SCHEMES FOR GENOMIC PREDICTION IN MULTIPLE ENVIRONMENTS AND POPULATIONS SITUATIONSU. RosyaraMexico
P208IDENTIFICATION OF QTL FOR YIELD COMPONENTS AND SEED MORPHOLOGY IN THREE DURUM × CULTIVATED EMMER POPULATIONSA. Peters HaugrudUnited States
P210PERFORMANCE OF SPRING WHEAT DERIVED FROM PHYSIOLOGICAL STRATEGIC CROSSING UNDER MEXICAN GROWING IRRIGATED ENVIRONMENTSFJ. Pinera-ChavezMexico
P212LARGE-SCALE IN-FIELD DIGITAL PHENOTYPING REVEALS GENOMIC REGIONS REGULATING DYNAMIC CROP GROWTH IN WHEATD. SinghUnited States
P214SERPINS IN BREAD WHEAT: GENOME COMPLEMENT, PHYLOGENY, CLASSIFICATION AND EXPRESSIONC. DongAustralia
P216CROSS THE BEST WITH THE BEST? THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL AND CROSS SELECTION ON THE GENETIC GAIN AND VARIANCES. MichelAustria
P218INFLUENCE OF TILLAGE AND RESIDUE MANAGEMENT ON PRODUCTIVITY OF MAIZE-WHEAT AND RICE-WHEAT SYSTEMSRS. ChhokarIndia
P220GGE BIPLOT ANALYSIS OF MULTI ENVIRONMENT YIELD TRIALS FORRAINFED WINTERWHEAT IN COLD AND TEMPERATE DRYLAND REGIONS OF IRANM. roostaeiIran
P222DOES SOLUBLE DRY-MATTER REPRESENT A NET BENEFIT ON YIELD UNDER OPTIMAL GROWING CONDITIONS? A CASE STUDYC. Rivera-AmadoMexico
P224HIGH THROUGH-PUT SNP MARKERS FOR AWN AND GLUME COLOUR IN DURUM WHEATJ. ClarkeCanada
P226EVALUATION OF SIX ELITE BANGLADESHI WHEAT VARIETIES TOLERANT TO HEAT STRESS IN LATE SOWINGDr. A. HossainBangladesh
P228DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION OF THE HIGH DENSITY 660 K SNP GENOTYPING ARRAY AND 55K BREEDING ARRAY IN WHEATGY. ZhaoChina
P230A QUALITY CONTROL MARKER PANEL FOR SPRING BREAD WHEAT GERMPLASMS. DreisigackerMexico
P232THE USE OF MARKER-ASSISTED SELECTION FOR IMPROVING RUST DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BREAD WHEAT BREEDING IN ALGERIAC. DjenadiAlgeria
P234IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATE GENES FOR LR76 AND YR70 THROUGH A COMBINATION OF CHROMOSOME SORTING AND SEQUENCINGP. ChhunejaIndia
P236EXTRACTING ALL POSSIBLE INFORMATION FROM VALUABLE PHENOTYPIC DATA IMPROVES  CONSISTENCY IN ASSOCIATION ANALYSIS OF DURUM MILLING TRAITSFR. ClarkeCanada
P238MINING FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE QTL IN A PANEL OF SYNTHETIC HEXAPLOID-DERIVED WHEAT LINES FROM CIMMYTHS. SidhuCanada
P240CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SPRING WHEAT BREEDING FOR EASTERN CANADAAJ. BurtCanada
P242POLYMORPHISMS OF THE DRF1 GENE ARE ABLE TO DISTINGUISH THE A AND B GENOME COPIES AND TO CLUSTER A COLLECTION OF DURUM WHEAT LINESK. AmmarMexico
P244PRE-ANTHESIS SPIKE GROWTH DYNAMICS AND ITS ASSOCIATION TO YIELD COMPONENTS: VARIANCE AMONG ELITE ISRAELI BREAD WHEAT CULTIVARS UNDER THE MEDITERRANEAN CLIMATER. RoychowdhuryIsrael
P246DOUBLE HAPLOID PRODUCTION IN CULTIVATED WHEAT:  SELECTION FOR SALT STRESS TOLERANCEM. Mdarhri AlaouiMorocco
P248IMPACT OF CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE PRACTICES ON INSECT-PEST ABUNDANCE OF RICE-WHEAT CROPPING SYSTEMS IN NORTH WESTERN PLAINS OF INDIAP. JasrotiaIndia
P250VARIATION IN TREND OF GRAIN YIELD, GROWTH INDICES, STEM SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATES AND CANOPY TEMPERATURE IN WINTER AND FACULTATIVE BREAD WHEAT VARIETIES RELEASED DURING 1930-2010 IN IRANM. Esmaeilzadeh MoghaddamIran
P252CONSTRUCTION AND ANALYSIS OF MEIOTIC GENE CO-EXPRESSION NETWORK IN HEXAPLOID WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)A. AlabdullahUnited Kingdom
P254UNIQUE FLOWERING TIME ALLELES CONTRIBUTE TO ADAPTATION OF WINTER WHEAT TO THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATESG. Brown-GuediraUnited States
P256LAND USE CONFLICT BETWEEN FARMERS AND HERDSMEN – IMPLICATION FOR WHEAT  PRODUCTION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.M. OkeNigeria
P258LEAF RUST INDUCED, HYPERSENSITIVE-LIKE RESPONSE IN EMS MUTATED WHEAT.J. FellersUnited States
P260PHENOTYPIC EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL FLORAL TRAITS WITH RELEVANCE FOR HYBRID BREEDING IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)S. El HanafiMorocco
P262MANAGEMENT BY FORMATION OF WINTER WHEAT RESISTANT AGROCENOSES IN THE FOREST-STEPPE OF UKRAINES. KalenskaUkraine
P264QTLS OF BREAD WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) GROWN UNDER HEAT STRESS ENVIRONMENTSAA. FaragallaSudan
P266EVALUATING NORDIC WINTER WHEAT GERMPLASM FOR EARLY VIGOUR OF ROOTS AND SHOOTSDR. KumarSweden
P268EVALUATION OF FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT RESISTANCE IN A CANADIAN WINTER WHEAT DH POPULATIONM. Kang-ChoiCanada
P270ROLE OF RUBISCO ACTIVASE IN HEAT STRESS TOLERANCE IN WHEATK. SinghUnited States
P272ASSOCIATION GENETICS FOR HEADING DATE, EARLINESS COMPONENTS AND SIMULATION OF PHENOLOGY TO OPTIMIZE HEADING DATE IN CURRENT AND FUTURE CLIMATESS. ChapmanAustralia
P274A NOVEL STATISTICAL INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PREDICT HEAT STRESS HOTSPOTS UNDER CHANGING CLIMATIC SCENARIO – A CASE OF INDIAN WHEAT PRODUCTIONDr. M. HMIndia
P276CHROMOSOME GENOMICS OF U- AND M-GENOME SPECIES FACILITATE THE PRODUCTION OF CYTOGENETIC MARKERS TO SUPPORT GENE INTROGRESSION FROM AEGILOPS INTO WHEATI. MolnárCzech Republic
P278EXPERIMENTAL EVOLUTION OF WHEAT TO ENHANCE CROP PHOTOSYNTHESISJ. FalkGermany
P280WHEALBI: WHEAT AND BARLEY LEGACY FOR BREEDING IMPROVEMENT : AN EU PROJECT TO LINK GENOMICS AND AGRONOMY.G. CharmetFrance
P282SOLVING THE RHT18 ENIGMAH. ŠimkováCzech Republic
P284LEVERAGING FIELD PHENOMICS FOR WHEAT IMPROVEMENTA. SharpeCanada
P286THE ISRAELI WHEAT PROJECT: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY AND GRAIN QUALITY UNDER CLIMATIC INSTABILITYDJ. BonfilIsrael
P288PHENOMIC SELECTION: A LOW-COST AND HIGH-THROUGHPUT ALTERNATIVE TO GENOMIC SELECTIONJ.Le GouisFrance
P290HARNESSING CRISPR/CAS-MEDIATED GENOME EDITING FOR RICE AND WHEAT IMPROVEMENTLQ. XiaChina
P292PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES TO IMPROVE WHEAT GRAIN YIELD COMPONENTS USING MOLECULAR MARKERSJ. ChenUnited States
P294INHIBITION OF AWN DEVELOPMENT BY A ZINC-FINGER TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR EXPRESSED AT THE B1 LOCUS IN WHEATJA. FeurtadoCanada
P296ACCELERATED BREEDING AND DEPLOYMENT OF COMPETITIVE ZINC-ENHANCED WHEAT TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY  IN THE DEVELOPING WORLDG. VeluMexico
P298WINTER WHEAT: A MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE WHEAT PRODUCTION IN THE GREAT PLAINSP. ThoroughgoodCanada
P300GENETIC ENHANCEMENT FOR DROUGHT TOLERANCE FOLLOWING MARKER ASSISTED RECURRENT SELECTION (MARS) IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)H. KrishnaIndia
P302EVOLUTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF C-PH1 GENE IN POLYPLOID WHEATKS. GillUnited States
P303GENETIC AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL OF LATE-MATURITY ?LPHA-AMYLASE (LMA) EXPRESSION IN WHEATA. DerkxAustralia
P305POPULATION-BASED RECOMBINATION MAPS ESTIMATED WITH TWO DIVERGING EUROPEAN AND ASIAN POPULATIONS ON BREAD WHEAT CHROMOSOME 3BA. Danguy des DésertsFrance
P307THE PENTATRICOPEPTIDE REPEAT PROTEIN FAMILY AND FERTILITY RESTORATION IN WHEATJ. MelonekAustralia
P309DECIPHERING PHOTOSYNTHETIC, LEAF ANATOMICAL AND SINK TRAITS TO IMPROVE YIELD IN WHEATHM. MamruthaIndia
P311ESTIMATING THE OPTIMUM SEEDING RATE OF SPRING WHEAT CULTIVARS BASED ON GENETICS, PHENOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTJK. RansomUnited States
P313IMPROVING GENOTYPIC PERFORMANCE AND EPIGENETIC DYNAMICS DURING WATER-DEFICIT AND HEAT STRESS IN DURUMH. LiuAustralia
P315EVOLUTION OF PRODUCTIVITY AND GRAIN QUALITY TRAITS IN DURUM WHEAT CULTIVARS IN TUNISIAR. HammamiTunisia
P317STRATEGY TO IMPROVE WHEAT YIELD UNDER WATER-LIMITED CONDITIONS: MAXIMIZE WATER SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATESR. MunjalIndia
P318WHEAT MIR9678 AFFECTS SEED GERMINATION BY GENERATING PHASED SIRNAS AND MODULATING ABSCISIC ACID/GIBBERELLIN SIGNALINGYY. YaoChina
P320YIELD AND SPIKE FERTILITY IN A HISTORIC SET OF WHEAT CULTIVARS IN RESPONSE TO FROSTA. FerranteAustralia
P323INCREASED SOWING DENSITY CANNOT OVERCOME THE YIELD PENALTY ASSOCIATED WITH THE TILLER INHIBITION GENE.AL. FletcherAustralia
P325IMPROVING RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY TO INCREASE YIELD – MODEL-DRIVEN MULTI-DISCIPLINARY GLOBAL RESEARCH TO MEET FUTURE NEEDSS. AssengUnited States
P327BREEDING FOR THE RESISTANCE TO WHEAT FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT IN CHINAH. MaChina
P329EVALUATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF HAPLOTYPES AND COPY NUMBER VARIATION OF PHOTOPERIOD GENES IN CANADIAN WINTER WHEATM. KavianiCanada
P331WHEAT EMS MUTANT DEVELOPMENT AND ITS APPLICATION IN WHEAT GENE DISCOVERYX. KongChina
P333INTEGRATING UAS BASED HIGH THROUGHPUT PHENOTYPING SYSTEM INTO A WINTER WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMS. BakerUnited States
P335HISTORICAL CHANGES IN MACRONUTRIENT UPTAKE AND PARTITIONING IN WHEAT AS AFFECTED BY IN-FURROW FERTILIZERRP. LollatoUnited States
P337IDENTIFICATION OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO PRE-HARVEST SPROUTING IN CANADIAN RED SPRING WHEAT USING HIGH-DENSITY SNP BASED LINKAGE MAPM. LitonCanada
P339GENOMIC MODELING OF MAJOR AND MINOR ALLELES OF FOUR DURUM WHEAT POPULATIONS UNDER DROUGHT CONDITIONSH. KabbajMorocco
P341IDENTIFYING TRAITS THAT UNDERPIN DARK RESPIRATION TO IMPROVE WHEAT YIELDO. GajuAustralia
P343THE DISCOVERY OF THE TANDEM KINASE-PSEUDOKINASE PROTEIN FAMILY INSPIRED BY THE CLONING OF THE WHEAT STRIPE RUST RESISTANCE GENE YR15T. FahimaIsrael
P345TACKX GENE FAMILY, AT LARGE, IS ASSOCIATED WITH THOUSAND-GRAIN WEIGHT AND PLANT HEIGHT IN COMMON WHEATA. ZhangChina
P347ZINC BIO-FORTIFICATION AND SUSTAINABLE WHEAT PRODUCTIVITY FOR NUTRITIONAL AND FOOD SECURITYH. RamIndia
P349INTEGRATION OF PATHOLOGY IN FAST TRACK VARIETY DEVELOPMENT, SEED MULTIPLICATION AND PROMOTION IN ETHIOPIAB. AbeyoEthiopia
P351LIGHT-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE TRANSIENT (LIFT) AS A FIELD-BASED HIGH-THROUGHPUT METHOD FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS PHENOTYPING IN DURUM WHEAT UNDER DROUGHT STRESSNZ. dos SantosGermany
P353GENETIC DISSECTION OF ANTHER EXTRUSION IN THE MAGIC-WHEAT POPULATION WM-800W. SannemannGermany
P355HIGH-QUALITY QUANTIFICATION OF HOMEOLOGS USING SUBGENOME-CLASSIFICATION BIOINFORMATIC WORKFLOWS MODKK. ShimizuSwitzerland
P357PROWEIZEN – THE GERMAN WHEAT RESEARCH AND BREEDING ALLIANCET. GerjetsGermany
P359MAP-BASED CLONING OF SPOT BLOTCH RESISTANCE GENE SB3 IN WHEATP. Lu China
P361AN OPTIMIZED 25K WHEAT GENOTYPING ARRAY FOR GENETIC MAPPING, RELATIONSHIP ANALYSIS AND GENOMIC SELECTIONMW. GanalGermany
P363QUANTIFYING LODGING PERCENTAGE AND LODGING SEVERITY USING AN UAV BASED CANOPY HEIGHT MODEL COMBINED WITH AN OBJECTIVE THRESHOLD APPROACHNO. WilkeGermany
P365HYBRID WHEAT IN THE US GREAT PLAINS: HETEROSIS, COMBINING ABILITY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR BREEDINGA. AdhikariUnited States
P367ASSOCIATION MAPPING FOR RESISTANCE TO LEAF RUST IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)A.R. RattuPakistan
P369BUILDING FIELD-VALIDATED SYSTEMS TO DRIVE THE GENETIC YIELD POTENTIAL IN ELITE WHEAT GERMPLASM – THE INTERNATIONAL WHEAT YIELD PARTNERSHIP (IWYP)C. UauyUnited Kingdom
P371CONTRIBUTION OF PROTEIN TURNOVER TO WHEAT SEED DEVELOPMENTH. CaoAustralia
P373HIGH YIELDING, LOW LODGING WHEATS: FROM GERMPLASM AND PHYSIOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING TO POPULATIONS AND MARKERSMF. DreccerAustralia
P375THE CHALLENGE OF ASSEMBLING COMPLEX TRAITS FROM ELITE VARIETIES: A LOOK AT PRACTICAL VARIETY DEVELOPMENT IN A SPRING WHEAT DH POPULATION CDC HUGHES/AAC CONCORDRD. CuthbertCanada
P377THE WHEAT A GENOME AND ITS EVOLUTIONHQ. LingChina
P379MAPPING QTLS FOR GRAIN YIELD AND ASSOCIATED TRAITS IN THE MULTI-PARENTAL WHEAT POPULATION WM-800 UNDER DIFFERENT NITROGEN TREATMENTSA. LiskerGermany
P381IMPROVEMENT OF QUALITY AND RUST RESISTANCE IN ELITE BREAD WHEAT CULTIVARS WITH 1RSWR.1BL RECOMBINANT LINE USING MARKER ASSISTED BREEDINGP. VyasIndia
P383DEVELOPMENT OF WHEAT LINES WITH COMPLEX RESISTANCE TO RUSTS AND FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHTL. HerselmanSouth Africa
P385RAISING YIELD POTENTIAL THROUGH IMPROVED HARVEST INDEX AND FRUITING EFFICIENCY ASSOCIATED WITH PLANT HORMONE SIGNALLING IN HIGH BIOMASS CIMMYT SPRING WHEAT GENOTYPESB. LoveUnited Kingdom
P387NO MAGIC: CHROMOSOME-SCALE SEQUENCE ASSEMBLY OF TRITICEAE GENOMES WITH OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWAREM. MascherGermany
P389UNRAVELLING THE GENETIC CONTROL OF STOMATAL DYNAMICS IN BREAD WHEATE. Ober United Kingdom
P391WHEAT INDIVIDUAL GRAIN SIZES VARIANCE: SPECIFIC GENETIC DETERMINISM OR INHERITED FROM YIELD COMPONENTS ?A. BeralFrance
P393TRACKING THE ADOPTION OF BREAD WHEAT VARIETIES IN AFGHANISTAN USING DNA FINGERPRINTINGS. DreisigackerMexico
P395GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY OF RESISTANCE TO WHEAT STRIPE, LEAF AND STEM RUST IN BREAD WHEAT LANDRACES FROM IRAN, TURKEY, AND AFGHANISTANK. NazariTurkey
P397COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS AND RESOURCES TO ACCELERATE WHEAT RESEARCH AND BREEDINGRH. Ramirez-GonzalezUnited Kingdom
P399THE ACCURATE GENOME SEQUENCES COMBINED WITH THE EXPRESSED PROTEINS DATA FOR THE COMPLETE GRASP OF THE GLIADIN LOCUS, GLI-B2, ON WHEAT CHROMOSOME 6BH. HandaJapan
P401ROOT DISTRIBUTION IN LANDRACES AND MODERN WHEAT VARIETIES: TILLAGE COMPARISONS AND RELATIONSHIPS TO NUE AND YIELDE. OberUnited Kingdom
P403ACCURATE, HIGH-THROUGHPUT FIELD-BASED PHENOTYPING FOR HEAT TOLERANCE: A PREREQUISITE FOR EFFECTIVE WHEAT IMPROVEMENTR. ThistlethwaiteAustralia
P405EXTENDING THE FRONTIERS OF GENOMIC SELECTION, TRAIT GENETIC ARCHITECTURE AND GENOMIC FINGERPRINTING IN CIMMYT’S BREAD WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMPJ. Philomin JulianaMexico
P407SPEED BREEDING TECHNOLOGY TO BOOST WHEAT BREEDING AND RESEARCHL. HickeyAustralia
P408MACHINE LEARNING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ALGORITHMS FOR PREDICTING GENES EXPRESSION IN WHEAT USING METHYLATION PATTERNSA. N’DiayeCanada
P410HIGH-THROUGHPUT DETERMINATION OF RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY TRAITS TO ACCELERATE WHEAT YIELD POTENTIAL GAINSAG. CondonAustralia
P412IMPROVING WHEAT ADAPTATION TO TERMINAL DROUGHT BY COMBINING TRAIT PHYSIOLOGY, CROP MODELLING AND GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION MAPPINGJT. ChristopherAustralia
P414PREDICTING A PATH TO INCREASED GENETIC GAIN USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCEK. Voss-FelsAustralia
P416HIGH THROUGHPUT 3D MODELLING OF SMALL GRAIN CEREAL SHOOTS TO MEASURE LEAF ELONGATIONB. BergerAustralia
P418FROM NONE TO NUMEROUS! RESEARCH AND BREEDING WHEAT IN THE MULTI GENOME ERAG. RonenIsrael
P420INVESTIGATING CONTRADICTORY FINDINGS RELATED TO PRODUCTION OF THE PLANT HORMONE AUXIN AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH GRAIN WEIGHT IN WHEATMR. KabirAustralia
P422HIGH RESOLUTION GROWTH ANALYSIS COMBINED WITH HYPERSPECTRAL BASED NUTRIENT ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND NITROGEN RESPONSE IN WHEATT. GarnettAustralia
P424INTEGRATING PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE WHEAT RESEARCH WITH PRETZELG. Keeble-GagnereAustralia
P426ACQUISITION EFFICIENCY OF DIFFERENT WINTER WHEAT GENOTYPES FOR ORGANICALLY BOUND PHOSPHATEM. HesslerGermany
P428COMPARATIVE GENOMICS OF AK58 AND CS REVEALS IMPROVEMENT SELECTION IN WHEAT GENOMELF. GaoChina
P430GENOMIC REGIONS ASSOCIATED WITH ADAPTATION TO HEAT AND DROUGHT STRESS IN DURUM WHEAT.K. El HassouniMorocco
P432IS PRE-HARVEST SPROUTING LINKED TO DNA METHYLATION IN SMALL GRAIN CEREALS?W. ChenCanada
P434IMPROVING FHB RESISTANCE OF THE CANADIAN WINTER WHEAT WITH GENOMIC SELECTIONHS. SidhuCanada
P436BREEDING SPRING WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) FOR EARLY SEASON DROUGHT TOLERANCEK. KhadkaCanada
P438HIGH QUALITY REFERENCE GENOME OF MODERN CHINESE VARIETY REVEALS THE IMPACT OF TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS ON ORTHOLOGOUS GENE DIVERGENCE AND WHEAT IMPROVEMENTJZ. JiaChina
P441NEW DWARFING GENES TO IMPROVE THE ADAPTATION OF IRRIGATED AND RAINFED WHEATSG. RebetzkeAustralia
P443A STATISTICAL FRAMEWORK TO INCORPORATE HIGH THROUGHPUT PROXY PHENOTYPES IN GENOMIC PREDICTIONS FOR WHEAT BREEDINGB. HayesAustralia
P445VALIDATING CROSS SELECTION THROUGH GENOMIC PREDICTION IN URUGUAYAN NATIONAL WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMM. QuinckeUruguay
P448VALIDATION OF EXOME CAPTURE SEQUENCE FACILITATED MARKER IMPROVEMENT FOR ERGOT RESISTANCE SCREENING IN DURUM WHEATI. PicheCanada
P450IDENTIFICATION OF A CONSERVED PH1B-MEDIATED 5DS-5BS CROSSING OVER SITE IN SOFT-KERNEL DURUM WHEAT (TRITICUM TURGIDUM SUBSP. DURUM) LINESMI. IbbaUnited States
P453INVESTIGATION ON INTRA-SPIKE VARIATION IN PS-II SENSITIVITY TO DESICCATION IN WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.)V. ThakurIndia
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