Participants à l'inscription :
09.00 - 09.15 Carmen González Ramos. Director of CICYTEX: Opening-Welcome
09.15 - 09.30 Prof. T. Giordani (Univerity of Pisa): Presentation of the project“FIGGEN”
09.30 - 09.45 Dr G. Usai (Univerity of Pisa): The haplotype phased genome of fig(Ficus carica L.): a crucial resource for fig breeding
10.45 - 10.00 Prof. M. López-Corrales (CICYTEX). Spanish germplasm bank andthe different production systems developed in fig tree by CICYTEX
10.00 - 10.15 Prof. A. Kuden (Çukurova University). Phenotyping analysis ofpotted fig plants exposed to drought and salt stress and adult fig genotypes
10.15 - 10.30 Prof. G. Baraket (Faculty of Sciences of Tunis - UTM). Theusefulness of the transdisciplinary approach for a sustainable commercialproduction of the fig tree in the Mediterranean region in relation to climate change.
10.30 - 10.45 Dr. Haffar Sahar (Faculty of Sciences of Tunis - UTM). Usefulnessof molecular markers in the characterization of two spontaneous and cultivatedcompartments of fig trees in Tunisia
10.45 - 11.00 Monserrat Pons i Boscana (Responsible for the fig germplasm bankof the Balearic Islands, Spain). Varieties autochthonous to the Balearic Islands:Field of Son Mut Nou.
11.00 - 11.30 Coffee-break and poster vision.
11.30 - 11.45 Dr. Paolo Belloni (Responsible for the fig germplasm bank "Igiardini di Pomona" - Italy). The Fig Germplasm Collection at Pomona Gardens
11.45 - 12.00 Prof. Dr. Oğuzhan Çalışkan (Mustafa Kemal University). Caprifig(Ficus carica var. caprificus) genetic resources in the eastern Mediterraneanregion of Türkiye.
12.00 - 12.15 Dr. Olfa Saddoud Debbabi (National Bank of Genes - Tunisia).Conservation of the genetic resources of the fig tree in Tunisia
12.15 - 12.30 Francisco Balas Torres (Head of production and R&D FIKI Europe).FIGGEN relevance for companies: an experience from Extremadura.
12.30 - 12.45 Dr. Ghassan Zahid (Çukurova University): Comparativemetabolome and transcriptome analysis of anthocyanin biosynthesis in fig (Ficuscarica L.)
12.45 - 13.00 Dr. Fateh Aljane (Institute of Arid Regions of Medenine - Tunisia):Genetic Resources of the Fig Tree in Arid Zones (Tunisia): considerable potential,diversity and impacts of Climate Change
13.15 - 13.30 Dr. Arzu Ayar (Fig Research Institute - Turkey): Studies on thegenetic diversity of female figs in the fig gene bank of Türkiye
13.30 - 14.0030 - 14.00 Discussion and conclusions

19/03/21 Tunisian partner organizes First living lab in Tunisian
More then 10 Stakeholders are invited and will participate to the event.

During this 1st Living Lab workshop, the most important functional traits fig cultivars and fruits shall possess will be identified according to stakeholders’ preferences and expectations given the constraints and opportunities offered by the local context.

Most important traits will be included in phenotyping analyses on about 130 fig genotypes stored in Tunisian collections.

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