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Saint-Malo (France)

01 - 04 Jul 2018

21st Crucifer Genetics Conference - Brassica 2018

The conference will cover aspects of genetics and genomics in all Brassica species, from basic to applied research. Brassica 2018 will provide an opportunity for scientists from the global Brassica community to come together to present their research and interact with colleagues. The conference is organized by the Institute for Genetics, Environment and Plant Protection (IGEPP)

Updated on 05/03/2018
Published on 11/28/2017

The recent advances in Brassica genome sequencing, as well as transcriptome, metabolome and epigenome studies, will serve as a basis for discussion of new issues such as:

  • genome organization end evolution,
  • dissection of complex traits involved in development, plant response to environment or product quality,
  • new breeding techniques.

Special focus will be on the study of interactions between different stresses (abiotic/biotic) or between different organisms (plants – pests – beneficial microorganisms).

Online early registrations and abstract submissions open on 15 January 2018

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