European Breeding Plant College

Breeding for new grapevine varieties
05 May 2017 12:20

This lecture will introduce you to breeding to develop new table grape cultivars with seedlessness, berry size, color and post-harvest life through traditional and biotechnological approaches. Genetic diversity in Vitis vinifera, germplasm characterization, and variability in clones, a combination of genetic and genomic approaches for breeding new cultivars will be covered.

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Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Birsen Çakır

Assistant Professor, Ege University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture - Experience in plant molecular biology and physiology, biochemistry and expertise in grape berry hormones signalling pathway, sugar metabolism, source-sink interaction, transcriptional and translational regulation, gene silencing, grape breeding and apoptosis.


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