|Targeted public||Young scientists, breeders, researchers|
|Maximum attendance||30 persons|
|Short description and program
|The goal of the training is to provide a practical and direct experience on the plant phenotyping techniques for the most relevant agronomic traits (frost and drought tolerance, major leaf disease, plant growth and canopy descriptors).
– Short introduction on WHEALBI project (Luigi Cattivelli – 15min).
– Phenotyping for low temperature tolerance in cereals: theory and practice (Fulvia Rizza – 90 min).
– Phenotyping for canopy development in wheat and barley: 1 theoretical bases (Franz Badeck – 60 min).
– Plant development and mutant-based analysis: visit to a mutant barley collection (Michele Stanca).
– Phenotyping for drought tolerance in wheat and barley: theory and practice (Yehoshua Saranga – 50 min).
– High-throughput phenotyping for plant disease resistance (Patrick Schweizer – 50 min).
– Phenotyping for leaf disease in wheat: theory and practice (Simon Krattinger, 50 min).
– Smartphone-based application for plant phenotyping (Roberto Confalonieri – 30 min).
– Phenotyping for canopy development in wheat and barley: 2 a practical experience in the WHEALBI field (Franz Badeck, Fulvia Rizza, Roberto Confalonieri).
– Genotype to phenotype crop models (Pierre Martre).
– Phenotyping for canopy development in wheat and barley: 3 bioinformatic analysis of collected data (Franz Badeck).
– Presentation from Lemnatec on new platforms for field phenbotyping (TBC).