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18th ISC, Mar del Plata, Argentina, 2012 vol.2

Volume 2
Table of Contents 

7 - Insect and bird pests

Evaluating bird-tolerance traits in sunflower.
Leonardo Coll, Hugo Peltzer, Argentina, 207
Purple-hulled sunflower tolerance to eared dove damage under semi-field conditions.
Leonardo Coll, Laura Addy Orduna, Sonia Canavelli, Argentina, 208
Economic Injury Level of Armadillidium vulgare (Crustacea: Isopoda) on Sunflower.
Ariel Jesús Faberi, Alicia N. López, Pablo L. Manetti, Natalia L. Clemente, Carla Salvio, Argentina, 209
Influence of morphological head traits of sunflower on “eared dove” (Zenaida auriculata) depredation.
Sebastián Gustavo Zuil, Facundo Colombo, Argentina, 2010 
Control of bird pests in sunflower crops: options and limitations.
George M. Linz, H. Jeffrey Homan, USA 

8. Oil and Meal Quality

Sunflowers for Biogas – Breeding for Yield and Quality
Hahn Volker, Mittweg Greta, Ganssmann Martin, Germany, 218 
Influence of seed processing on sunflower seed qualities
Vladimir Miklič, Jelena Mrdja, Velimir Radić, Nenad Dušanić, Siniša Jocić, Igor Balalić, Nada Hladni, Serbia, 219
Thermo-pressing of cake meal from sunflower whole plant, one only operation for two actions: expression of residual oil and molding of biodegradable agromaterials
Philippe Evon, Virginie Vandenbossche, Pierre-Yves Pontalier, Luc Rigal, France, 229
New agro-materials with thermal insulation properties
Vandenbossche Virginie, Rigal Luc, Saiah Redouan, Perrin Bernard, France, 223
Physicochemical and oxidative stability characteristics of high- and mid-oleic sunflower seed oil
Rouxléne van der Merwe, Arno Hugo, Maryke Labuschagne, South Africa, 224
Tocopherol mutations in sunflower
Yakov Demurin, Russia

9- Genomics

Complete nucleotide sequences of two isolates of Sunflower chlorotic mottle virus (SuCMoV) obtained from different hosts

Nicolás Bejerman; Fabián Giolitti; Soledad de Breuil, Sergio Lenardon, Argentina 227
Construction of an infectious full-length cDNA clone of Sunflower chlorotic mottle virus
Nicolás Bejerman, Fabián Giolitti Soledad de Breuil, Sergio Lenardon, Argentina, 228 
Gene Duplication and the Evolution of Photoperiodic Flowering in Helianthus annuus
Benjamin Blackman, Scott Michaels, Loren Rieseberg, USA & Canada 
Genome localization of rust resistance genes
Mariano Bulos, Emiliano Altieri, María Laura Ramos,Pablo Vergani, Carlos A. Sala, Argentina 230
Sunflower germin-like proteins: evolution, gene structure and functional characterization
Guillermo F. Ehrenbolger, Valeria Beracochea, Lucila Peluffo, Natalia I. Almasia, Cecilia Vazquez Rovere, Esteban Hopp, Norma Paniego, Ruth Heinz,  Veronica Lia., Argentina 231
Development and validation of a high density sunflower microarray for functional studies on biotic and abiotic stresses
Paula Fernandez, Julio Di Rienzo, Marcelo Soria, Lucila Peluffo, Sebastián Moschen, Sergio González , Bernardo Clavijo, Máximo Rivarola, Verónica Lia,  Federico Ehrenbolger, Ana Conesa, Francisco García, David Blesa, H. Esteban Hopp, Joaquín Dopazo, Norma Paniego, Ruth A. Heinz, Argentina 232
Complete nucleotide sequence and genetic organization of Sunflower mild mosaic virus (SuMMoV)
Fabián Giolitti, Soledad de Breuil, Nicolas Bejerman, Sergio Lenardon, Argentina, 233
Genetic analysis and molecular mapping of an Rf gene from Helianthus angustifolius for a new cytoplasmic male-sterile line
Zhao Liu, Dexing Wang, Chao-Chien Jan USA 234
Molecular mapping of R11, a novel rust resistance gene in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Lili L. Qi, Gerald J. Seiler, Brady A. Vick, Thomas J. Gulya, USA 235
Analysis of T2 sunflower transgenic plants: high expression level and stability achieved by the rbcS1 promoter regulation
Laura M Radonic, Nilda E López, Esteban Hopp, Marisa López Bilbao, Argentina 236 
Draft Assembly of the Sunflower Genome
Loren Rieseberg, Nolan Kane, Chris Grassa, Navdeep Gill, John Bowers, Zhao Lai, Helene Berges, Jerome Gouzy, Eleni Bachlava, Matthew King, Nicolas Langlade, John Burke, Patrick Vincourt,  Steve Knapp  237bis
Genomics, mapping and marker assisted selection strategies for disease resistance
Norma Paniego1, María Eugenia Bazzalo2, Mariano Bulos 3, Veronica Lia1, Corina Fusari1, Daniel Alvarez4, Emiliano Altieri3, Maria Laura Ramos3, María Teresa Galella2, Marcos Kaspar2, Ruth Heinz1, Alberto Escande5, Andrés Zambelli2, Carlos Sala, Argentina

ASSOCIATED ABSTRACTS

Genomics-based tools for breeding quantitative traits
Brent Hulke,  Lili Qi , Thomas J. Gulya,   Venkatramana Pegadaraju, USA, 251
Using high-throughput genotyping to assess suitability of wild germplasm for pre-breeding efforts in sunflower
Gregory Baute, Loren Rieseberg,  Canada, 254
International Sunflower Genomic Initiative (ISGI)
Ruth A. Heinz,  Carlos Sala, Argentina

10 - Orobanche

The spreading of high-virulent O. cumana races, affecting sunflower in the South of Russian Federation.Tatiana Antonova, Nina Araslanova, Evgenyi Strelnikov, Svetlana Ramazanova, Saida Guchetl, Tatiana Tchelustnikova, Russia, 241
Comparative study of abiotic environmental factors in broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.) infested and non-infested sunflower areas of Serbia and Argentina
Miguel Cantamutto, Dragana Miladinovic, Jovica Vasin, Bosko Dedic, Daniel Alvarez, Facundo Quiros, Monica Poverene, Argentina, 242 
Broomrape resistance in newly developed sunflower inbred lines.Sandra Cvejic, Bosko Dedic, Sinisa Jocic, Dragana Miladinovic, Vladimir Miklic, Serbia, 243 
The spreading of high-virulent O. cumana races, affecting sunflower in the South of Russian Federation
Tatiana Antonova, Nina Araslanova, Evgenyi Strelnikov, Svetlana Ramazanova, Saida Guchetl, Tatiana Tchelustnikova, Russia, 244
Is there appearance of new broomrape race in Serbia?
Stevan Maširevic., Sladjana Medic-Pap, Dragan Škoric, Serbia, 245
Broomrape (Orobanche cumana wallr.), the most important parasite in sunflower: virulence, race distribution, host resistance.Maria Joita Pacureanu, Matilda Ciuca, Elisabeta Sava, Romania, 246 
Host recognition of Orobanche cumana, the broomrape of cultivated sunflower
Otmar Spring, Frank Raupp, Germany, 247 
Progress in research on breeding for resistance to broomrape
José M. Fernández-Martínez, Leonardo Velasco, Begoña Pérez-Vich, Spain