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17th ISC, Cordoba, Spain, 2008 Vol.1

Volume 1

Table of Contents
Introduction Authors' index

PLENARY

Research progress in sunflower diseases and their management
Ferenc Virányi……………………………………………………………………………… 1
Could a crop model be useful for improving sunflower crop management?
Francis Flénet, Philippe Debaeke, Pierre Casadebaig……………………………………… 13
Phenotypic plasticities of yield, phenological development and seed traits
Victor Sadras, Abelardo de la Vega………………………………………………………… 19
Sunflower germplasm development utilizing wild Helianthus species
Chao-Chien Jan, Gerald J. Seiler, Thomas J. Gulya, Jiuhuan Feng……………………… 29
Current advances in sunflower oil applications
Rafael Garcés, Joaquin J. Salas-Liñan, Mónica Venegas-Calerón, Enrique Martínez-
Force………………………………………………………………………………………... 45
Sunflower in Spain: Past and present trends in an international context
Luis Carlos Alonso…………………………………………………………………………. 53 

DISEASE RESISTANCE AND PATHOLOGY

Phomopsis control in sunflower using products of biogenic origin

I.I. Begunov, V.T. Piven, A.T. Podvarko, V.Y. Ismailov, T. Gulya……………………. 69
Verticilosis en germoplasma de girasol
Julio González, Nora Mancuso, Pedro Ludueña, Antonio Ivancovich…………... 73
Towards Sclerotinia resistance – In vitro screening of wild sunflower species
Ksenija T. Ajdukovic, Dragana Miladinovic, Nevena Nagl, Sreten Terzic, Sinisa Joci,
Vladimir Mikli  ………………………………………………………………………….. 77
Correlation between macronutrient content and sunflower resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum measured by sclerotia infection of stem
Dragana Miladinovic, Slobodanka Pajevic, Ana Marjanovic-Jeromela, Petar Sekulic,Sinisa Joci, Vladimir Miklic  ……….……………. 81
Races of Plasmopara halstedii on sunflower in separate agrocenosises of Adigeya Republic, Krasnodar and Rostov regions in Russia
Tatiana Antonova, Maria Iwebor, Nina Araslanova………………………………………... 85
Differences in some DNA RAPD-loci of Plasmopara halstedii races affecting sunflower in Krasnodar region of Russia
Tatiana Antonova, Saida Guchetl, Maria Iwebor, Tatiana Tchelustnikova…………… 91
Relations between spring rainfall and infection of sunflower by Plasmopara halstedii (downy mildew)
Denis Tourvieille de Labrouhe, Pascal Walser, Frédéric Serre, Sylvie Roche, Félicity Vear…………………………………………… 97
Structural aspects regarding formation and emission of Diaporthe (Phomopsis) helianthi ascospores
Valentina Androsova, Irina Balakhnina, Thomas Gulya…………………………………… 103
Research on a growth chamber test to measure quantitative resistance to sunflower downy mildew
Frédéric Serre, Pascal Walser, Sylvie Roche, Félicity Vear, Denis Tourvieille de
Labrouhe……………………………………………………………………………………. 109
Can management of Pl genes influence aggressiveness in Plasmopara halstedii (sunflower downy mildew)?
Nachaat Sakr, Jeanne Tourvieille, Pascal Walser, Félicity Vear, Mireille Ducher, Denis Tourvieille de Labrouhe……………………………………………………………………. 115
Morphological and molecular identification of Diaporthe helianthi from Xanthium italicum
Karolina Vrandecic, Drazenka Jurkovic, Jasenka Cosic, Luca Riccioni, Tomislav Duvnjak 121
Origins of major genes for downy mildew resistance in sunflower
Felicity Vear, Hervé Serieys, Aurélie Petit, Frédéric Serre, Jean-Pierre Boudon, Sylvie Roche, Pascal Walser, Denis Tourvieille de Labrouhe…………………………………….. 125
Caracterización de la resistencia genética a podredumbre basal en girasol causada por Sclerotinia sclerotiorum en Argentina
Daniel Alvarez, Francisco Marraro………………………………………………………… 131
Molecular characterization of a novel Sunflower chlorotic mottle virus (SuCMoV) strain
Nicolás Bejerman, Fabián Giolitti, Sergio Lenardon………………………………………. 137
Estimation of sunflower breeding material tolerance to Diaporthe/Phomopsis helianthi
Tomislav Duvnjak, Anto Miji, Ivica Liovi, Marija Vratari, Aleksandra Sudari, Miroslav Krizmani, Karolina Vrande i, Jasenka osi………………………………….. 143
Study of the expression of shikimate dehydrogenase activity in sunflower genotypes treated with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
Sattar Tahmasebi Enferadi, Gian Paolo Vannozzi, Zohreh Rabiei, Ghasem Abbas Akbari.. 149
Molecular changes in downy mildew-infected sunflower triggered by resistance inducers
Katalin Körösi, Ferenc Virányi…………………………………………………………….. 157
Effectiveness of the genetic resistance to Plasmopara halstedii under natural conditions and diversity of the pathogen within sunflower fields
Javier García-López, Rafael García-Ruiz, José Martínez-Aguilar, M. Leire Molinero-Ruiz 163
Determining the sunflower downy mildew risk by soil analysis
Denis Tourvieille de Labrouhe, Annette Penaud, Pascal Walser, Emmanuelle Mestries, Jacques Moinard, Frédéric Serre, Claire Thiery, Bernard Garric, François Delmotte, Xavier Pinochet………….. 169
Large scale field evaluations for Sclerotinia stalk rot resistance in cultivated sunflower
Thomas Gulya, Scott Radi, Nikolay Balbyshev……………………………………………. 175
Study on an in vitro screening test for resistance to Sclerotinia slerotiorum in sunflower
Miglena Drumeva, Nina Nenova, Ivan Kiryakov………………………………………….. 181
EST-derived markers highlight genetic relationships among Plasmopara halstedii French races
François Delmotte, Xavier Giresse, Silvie Richard-Cervera, Felicity Vear, Jeanne Tourvieille, Pascal Walser, Denis Tourvieille de Labrouhe……………………………….. 187
Effect of sowing date and initial inoculum of Alternaria helianthi on sunflower in the south region of Brazil
Regina M.V.B.C. Leite, Lilian Amorim, A. Bergamin Filho, Maria Cristina N. de
Oliveira, César de Castro…………………………………………………………………… 193
Effects of nitrogen and water on premature ripening caused by Phoma macdonaldii, a fungal pathogen of sunflower
Célia Seassau, Emmanuelle Mestries, Philippe Debaeke, Grégory Dechamp-Guillaume…. 199
Pathological and morphological evaluation of sunflower isohybrids carrying or not the Rcm-1 gene for Sunflower chlorotic mottle virus resistance
Maria Eugenia Bazzalo, Fabián Giolitti, María Teresa Galella, Alberto León, Sergio Lenardon......................205
Study of resistance to Sclerotinia head disease in sunflower genotypes
Sándor Páricsi, Melinda Tar, Rozália Nagyné-Kutni………………………………………. 211
Puccinia helianthi Schw., infecciones en híbridos comerciales en Argentina y su evolución durante dos décadas
N. Huguet, J. Pérez Fernandez, F. Quiroz................................................... 215
Results regarding the influence of in vitro stress induced by the Phomopsis helianthi filtrate on some physiological indices and on sunflower oil quantity and quality
Florentina Raducanu, Elena Petcu, Constantin Raducanu, Maria Stanciu, Danil Stanciu.... 219
The impact of the new races of broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.) parasite in sunflower crop in Romania
Maria Pacureanu Joita, Steluta Raranciuc, Emilia Procopovici, Elisabeta Sava, Dumitru Nastase………………………………… 225
Distribution and dissemination of sunflower broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr) race F in Southern Spain
Juan Fernández-Escobar, M. Isabel Rodríguez-Ojeda, Luis Carlos Alonso……… 231 

ENTOMOLOGY

Development of resistance to insect pests attacking the stem and head of cultivated sunflower in the central and northern production areas of North America
Laurence D. Charlet, Robert M. Aiken, Gerald J. Seiler, Jerry F. Miller, Kathleen A.Grady, Janet J. Knodel…………………………………………………… 237
Integrated pest management of the banded sunflower moth in cultivated sunflower in North Dakota
Janet J. Knodel, Laurence D. Charlet………………………………… 243 

CROP PRODUCTION – MANAGEMENT

Epicuticular wax content in the pericarp of sunflower fruits (Helianthus annuus L.) grown under moderate water deficit
María Clara Franchini, Lilia I. Lindström, Luis F. Hernández …………………………….. 249
The pattern of foraging paths of the Honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) can also explain the appearance of located regions with incompletely developed fruits in the sunflower capitulum
Luis F. Hernández…………………………………………………………………………... 255
The influence of weather conditions on economic characteristics of sunflower hybrids in macro experiments from 1997 to 2007
Branimir Simic, Jasenka Cosic, Ivica Liovic, Miroslav Krizmanic, Jelena Postic…………. 261
The appropriate technique for collecting and measuring the amount of floral nectar in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Zvonimir Sakac, Sreten Terzic, Vladimir Mikli  ………………………………………... 265
Sunflower and peanut emergence: initial development under sugarcane mulch
Nilza Patrícia Ramos, Maria do Carmo de Salvo Soares Novo, Maria Regina Gonçalves
Ungaro, Antônio Augusto Lago……………………………………………………………. 269
La agricultura de conservación como sistema viable para combatir el jopo en el girasol
J. R. García-Ruiz, F. Perea-Torres, R. Ordóñez-Fernández, J. García-López…… 275
Changes in seed oil content of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) as affected by harvesting date
Vladimir Mikli , Siniša Joci, Dragana Vasi, Nenad Dušani, Nada Hladni……………... 281
Sunflower yield and root system development under water stress in tropical conditions
Evandro M. Gomes, Maria Regina G. Ungaro, Dirceu B. Vieira………………………… 287
Insecticide residues cross-contamination of oilseeds during storage
Sylvie Dauguet, Jean-Philippe Loison……………………………………………………… 293
Evaluating irrigation performance of sunflower in an irrigation scheme of Southern Spain
Franco Castillo-Llanque, Cristina Santos, Ignacio J. Lorite, Margarita García-Vila,Masahiro Tasumi, Javier Estévez, Pedro Gavilán………………………299
Size reduction of ornamental sunflowers by the application of daminozide
Maria Carolina Sabbagh, Francine Lorena Cuquel, Ana Cláudia Barneche de Oliveira, Edson Perez Guerra…………………………… 305
Participatory on-farm sunflower variety evaluation in northern and eastern Uganda
Walter O. Anyanga, Moses Biruma………………………………………………………… 309
Initial growth of sunflower in soils with high concentrations of boron and heavy metals
Adriana M. Moreno Pires, Cleide A. Abreu, Aline Renee Coscione, Vinicius Alberti da Silva, Nilza Patrícia Ramos................................................... 315
Impact des facteurs limitants du rendement du Tournesol (Helianthus annuus L.) en conditions réelles d’utilisation par les agriculteurs, en Midi-Pyrénées – Etude de cas
V. Thebaud, J.D. Scheiner, J. Dayde……………………………………………………….. 319
Planting date effect on yield and yield components of sunflower in Miyaneh region
Ali Faramarzi, Mohammad-Bagher Khorshidi............................... 325
Some aspects of sunflower crop management in Romania
Gheorghe Sin, Marius Botea, Lenuca Drgan.................................. 329
Screening and drying conditions for early harvested sunflower
Genta Kanai, Hitoshi Kato, Naonobu Umeda, Kensuke Okada, Morio Matsuzaki.............. 333

CROP PRODUCTION – PHYSIOLOGY

Physiological maturity in sunflower. Correspondence between the quantitative and the visual definition
Luis F. Hernández, Adelina O. Larsen, Lilia I. Lindström, Liliana B. Iriarte……… 337
Influence of desiccation on germination and field emergence of sunflower
Ivica Liovi, Marijan Bilandži, Miroslav Krizmani, Anto Miji, Ruža Popovi, Ilonka Ivaniši, Tomislav Duvnjak, Branimir Šimi, Jasenka osi……………………… 341
Physiological traits for quantification of drought tolerance in sunflower
Elena Petcu, Maria Stanciu, Danil Stanciu, Florentina Raducanu………… 345
El vuelco en el cultivo de girasol: características anatómicas y mecánicas del sistema radical
Milena E. Manzur, Antonio J. Hall, Claudio A. Chimenti……………………………….. 351
Influence of drought stress on growth, protein expression and osmolyte accumulation in sunflower Helianthus annuus L. c.v. Peredovik
Sabine Fulda, Hendrikje Stegmann, Renate Horn………………………………………….. 357
Development and validation of a model of lodging for sunflower
Mariano M. Sposaro, Pete M. Berry, Mark Sterling, Antonio J. Hall, Claudio A. Chimenti 363
Exploring genotypic strategies for sunflower drought resistance by means of a dynamic crop simulation model
Pierre Casadebaig, Philippe Debaeke………………………………………………………. 369
Dynamics of dry matter accumulation in sunflower
Nenad Dusanic, Vladimir Mikli , Igor Balalic, Velimir Radic, Jovan Crnobarac…… 375
IAA/GA3 quantitative ratio of some sunflower genotypes representing CMS-Rf system
Maria Duca, Angela Port…………………………………………………………………… 381
Genetic-phytohormonal interactions in male fertility and male sterility phenotype expression in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Maria Duca, Angela Port…………………………………………………………………… 387
Direct and indirect effects of morphophysiological traits on seed yield of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Nada Hladni, Siniša Joci, Vladimir Mikli , Anto Miji, Dejana Safti Pankovi............ 393
Determination of maximum achene size in sunflower
A. Mantese, D. Rondanini, D. Medan, A.J. Hall………………………………………….. 399
Abscisic acid content of a nondormant sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) mutant
Brady A. Vick, C.C. Jan……………………………………………………………405
Producción de girasol (Helianthus annuus L.) en valles altos de México
J. Alberto Escalante-Estrada, Mª Teresa Rodríguez-González……………………… 411