Monday, July 19, 2004
SESSION 2: POSTER PRESENTATION AND ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
pm - 3:00 pm Poster
Physiology, Quality, Utilization
1. Cold tolerance assessment and biochemical analysis of red
clover populations selected for cold tolerance. A. Bertrand, Y.
Papadopoulos, Y. Castonguay, R. Michaud
2. Effects of lime on alfalfa yield. J.Caddel, H.
3. Impact of fall harvest management on VSP accumulation in roots
4. Comparing fine-stem sweetclover maturities in Texas. G.W. Evers, G.R. Smith
5. Technological and biological aspects of the local Trifolium
6. Sericea lespedeza, an antihelminthic plant for goats with
great potential in pure stands and in pasture renovation.
7. Diversity of Kura
clover-nodulating rhizobia from the lower
8. Diurnal variation of total nonstructural carbohydrates in
9. Impact of P and K nutrition of alfalfa taproot gene
expression, shoot growth, and plant survival. S.M. Cunningham,
W.K. Berg, J.J. Volenec
10. Impact of P and K nutrition on alfalfa growth and taproot C
and N pools during cold acclimation and spring regrowth. W.K. Berg, S.M.
Cunningham, S.M. Brouder, B.C. Joern, K.D. Johnson, J.J. Volenec
11. Alfalfa intensive training seminar: a decade of achievement. G. D.
12. Alfalfa water requirement and water use efficiency. G. Li and Y. Zhang.
14. New red clover cultivar for the northern Great Plains. R. Bortnem, A. Boe
15. Towards alfalfa free-hybrids. Comparison between free-hybrids and the corresponding synthetics. P. Rotili, C. Scotti, D. Kertikova, G. Gnocchi
16. Using artificial environments to reveal adaptive responses of alfalfa landraces across northern Italy. P. Annicchiarico, E. Piano
17. A bulk segregant approach to identify genetic polymorphism
associated with cold tolerance in alfalfa. Y.
Castonguay, J. Cloutier, S. Laberge, A. Bertrand, R.
19. Adventive distributions of Trifolium species in New Zealand.
21. A repeatable method of screening for salinity tolerance in
22. Alfalfa breeding for improving of symbiotic efficiency with rhizobia and rhizosphere-associated microorganisms. G.V. Stepanova, J.V. Neejnick
24. Varietal and closing effect on seed production of BERSEEM (Trifolium
Proposal for standard test for wheel traffic.
26. Heterosis in hybrid alfalfa. S. Wagner
27. Breeding lucernes for sustainable cropping systems in eastern Australia. R.W. Williams
28. FRIL lectin variability among Lablab purpureus genetic resources.
29. Apache arrowleaf clover. G.R. Smith, F.RM. Rouquette, Jr., I.J. Pemberton
30. Frontloading heterozygosity to capture heterosis in alfalfa
31. Seedbank characteristics of annual Medicago.
32. Plant Genetic Institute-C Research Division of Perugia, CNR, Perugia Italy. M. Bellucci, F. Damiani, Calderini O., Paolocci F., Porceddu A., Pupilli F., Arcioni S.
Alfalfa ecotypes from Siwa Oasis: Variation by means of
bio-agronomic characters and SSR analyses. C. Scotti, G. Gnocchi, M. Carelli, G. Bruschi
34. Molecular marker development for use in determining genetic
relationships in alfalfa.
35. Changes in red clover variability under upland conditions revealed by morphological and RAPD markers. S. Grljusic, S. Bolaric, S. Popovic, M. Tucak, T. Cupic V. Kozumplik
36. Structuration of genetic diversity among and within alfalfa varieties using microsatellite markers. S. Flajoulot, P. Baudoin, J. Ronfort, T. Huguet, Ph.Barre, B. Julier, C. Huyghe
37. Search for megasporogenesis genes in alfalfa. S. Capomaccio, D. Rosellini, F. Veronesi
38. Gene transcription profiles of Medicago truncatula due to changing nutrient nitrogen supply. M. Fesfaye, D.A. Samac, K. VandenBosch, C.P. Vance
39. Genetic similarities between alfalfa cultivars based on an
analysis using sequence related amplified polymorphism (SRAP) DNA
40. The transformation of tobacco MnSOD gene into Baoding
41. Macroarray analysis of cold
tolerance in alfalfa.
42. An alfalfa bioinformatic database for future discovery of important genes in alfalfa. D. Gagné, R. Desgagnés, N. Tinker, S. Laberge
43. Germplasm collection exploration and mapping software: something new for the NPGS Megicago and Trifolium collections. S.L Greene, T. Minoura, J. Steiner
of polyphenol oxidase gene expression in red clover.
45. Inheritance of Panicle Inflorescence 'pi' and Long Raceme Peduncle lp' Genes in Lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) Magdy M. Mohamed, Z. Staszewski, Z. Bodzon, A. Rammah
Comparative genome organization of white clover and alfalfa.
Entomology and Plant Pathology
47. Resistance to spotted alfalfa aphid. Comparison of NAAIC standard test and locally adapted SARDI screening technique. A. Humphries
Quantification of Verticillium
albo-atrum in alfalfa using real-time PCR.
A standard test to characterize alfalfa for resistance to brown root
50. Increased crown rot resistance in the field as a result of
greenhouse selection for resistance to Fusarium root and crown rot
and corresponding severity of taproot injury by clover root curculio.
52. Long-term effects of alfalfa weevil on alfalfa persistence. V.N. Owens, M. Catangui
53. The role of disease resistance in enhancing stand persistence
in alfalfa cultivars released from the 1940’s through the
54. Stagonospora meliloti and Acrocalymma medicaginis in lucerne crowns and roots in eastern Australia. J. Irwin, J. Mackie, T. Marney, J. Musial, S. Roberts.
55. Race variability of Colletotrichum trifolii in Australia. J. Mackie, J. Musial, J. Irwin
56. Aluminum Tolerance in the Model Legume Medicago truncatula. P. Pechter, M. Sledge
57. Semi-Specific PCR-Marker as Valuable Tools for Genetic Analyses in Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) M. Mohamed, I. Wisniewska, A. Rafalski, Z. Staszewski, A. Rammah