First meeting of the ECPGR Wild Species Conservation in Genetic Reserves Working Group and On-farm Conservation and Management Working Group

jointly held with the final dissemination meeting of the EU project AGRI GENRES 057-AEGRO, 13-16 September 2010, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

Presentations given during the Symposium 
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These presentations have not been edited and are being published as originally received from the authors.

Title

Author

TUESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER

1

 Importance and role of the Protected Areas of Madeira Archipelago for the conservation of world genetic heritage (31.4 MB)

P. Oliveira

Session 1. - Genetic reserve conservation of CWR

2

 Genetic reserve conservation of CWR and landraces in Europe (1.6 MB)

L. Frese

3

 In situ conservation of crop wild relatives in Europe: a strategic approach (775 KB)

S. Kell

4

 Spatial and ecogeographical approaches for selecting genetic reserves in Europe (913 KB)

M. Parra-Quijano

5

 Modelling distribution of wild cherry (Prunus avium) in Europe (3.8 MB)

C. Teeling

6

 Towards the establishment of a genetic reserve for Beta patula (725 KB)

M. Pinhiero de Carvalho

7

 Beta patula Ait. genetic diversity analysis (347 KB)

L. Frese

8

 Work in progress in view to set up genetic reserves for Brassica wild relatives in Sicily (840 KB)

A. Tribulato

9

 The Brassica case study at the EU level (276 KB)

K. Kristiansen

10

 Surveying and conserving the European Avena spp. diversity (1.1 MB)

A. Katsiotis

11

 Identifying quality standards for genetic reserve conservation of CWR (4.4 MB)

J.M. Iriondo

12

 Conservation of biodiversity and genetic resources in semi-natural grasslands in Norway (2.0 MB)

A. Asdal

13

 Crop wild relatives of Medicago in Russia and neighbouring coutrnies: gap analysis for effective conservation (585 KB)

S.L. Greene

14

 Towards in situ conservation of crop wild relatives in Lithuania (420 KB)

J. Labokas

Session 2. - On-farm conservation of landraces

15

 Landraces: importance and use in breeding and environmentally freindly agrononomic systems (4.5 MB)

S. Ceccarelli

16

 Landraces in Europe: an aproach towards identifying landrace rich areas to be protected with priority (640 KB)

V. Negri

17

 On-farm conservation of the forage species timothy, meadow fescue and red clover. Creating new "landraces" (513 KB)

K. Daugstad

18

 On-farm conservation and participatory maize breeding in Portugal: lessons learnt and future perspectives (1.2 MB)

P. Mendes Moreira

19

 Farm seed opportunities, recommendations for on-farm conservation in Europe (561 KB)

R. Bocci

20

 Portuguese landraces: on-farm conservation, management and use (2.2 MB)

A.M. Barata

21

 The characterisation of heritage vegetables (438 KB)

J.M. Preston

WEDNESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER

Session 2. - On-farm conservation of landraces (continued)

22

 On-farm conservation of plant genetic resources in Lazio Region - Italy. Implementation of Regional Act 1st March 2000 n.15 (819 KB)

P. Taviani

23

 On-farm conservation in industrialized countries: the need to promote dynamic management of biodiversity within agro-ecosystems (4.1 MB)

M. Thomas

24

 A European strategic approach to conserving crop landraces: analysis and recommendations (392 KB)

M. Vetelainen

Session 3. - Priority setting and threat assessment

25

 Gene flow, hybridization, and evolution in in situ managed populations of crop landraces and their wild relatives (2.2 MB)

N. Ellstrand

26

 Comparing genetic diversity within a crop and its wild progenitor: a case study for barley (347 KB)

B. Kilian

27

 Neutral genetic diversity helps deciding where to conserve Portuguese prioritized crop wild relatives (2.4 MB)

J. Magos Brehm

28

 Challenge of in situ conservation for wild relative species: transgene introgression from crops and the impacts (2.0 MB)

Bao-Rong Lu

29

 European crop wild relative threat assessment: knowledge gained and lessons learnt (1.2 MB)

S.P. Kell

Session 4. - In situ data management

30

 PGRFA documentation landscape (focus on in situ and on-farm) (257 KB)

S. Harrer

31

 Establishing a system for reporting and monitoring in situ conservation of crop wild relatives (CWR) in Brandeburg, Germany (514 KB)

R. Voegel

32

 Population level information management for crop wild relatives (944 KB)

C. Germeier

33

 Development of an in situ database inventory - on the way to a Swiss solution for forages (308 KB)

B. Schierscher-Viret

34

 Information on crop wild relatives and landraces in the European policy context (721 KB)

S. Roscher

Session 5. - In situ PGR conservation: policy implications and implementation

35

 The EC policy context fro crop wild relative and landrace conservation and use (380 KB)

O. Diana

36

 Info for food - EURISCO and promoting agrobiodiversity use (1.7 MB)

S. Dias

37

 Genebanks, on-farm conservation and EC regulations: preliminary Dutch experience (391 KB)

Ch. Kik

38

 SWOT analysis of the German seed saver sector (474 KB)

J. Efken

39

 Achievements of the European Native Seed Conservation Network (ENSCONET) (764 KB)

R.J. Eastwood

40

 Medicinal and Aromatic Plants ECPGR Working Group: objectives and achievements (461 KB)

A.M. Barata

THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

ECPGR In situ and On-farm Network [click here]

 

 

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