15th International Rapeseed Congress | Berlin

Workshop

Blackleg Disease: Resistance and Management

fifth draft, status June 12th, 2019

Sunday, 13:00-15:30

Room: A03|04

Chair: Dilanta Fernando

Co-Chair: Régine Delourme, Birger Koopmann

 

Time
Title and all Authors
Duration
 
Resistance
Chair: Dilantha Fernando
 
13:00
QTLs for upper canopy infection to blackleg in canola
H. Raman      
10 min
13:10
Increased Power of Genome Wide Association Studies for Blackleg Resistance using Imputed Whole-Genome Sequence in Canola
M. Fikere    
10 min

13:20

Functions of FocBr1 and BrSNC1, two tandemly duplicated immune receptor genes, in disease resistance and its temperature sensitivity
H.U. Stotz     
10 min
13:30
Differential gene expression analysis of the defense response of Brassica napus to Leptosphaeria biglobosa infection
L. Hao              
10 min
 
Blackleg Population Biology
Chair: Birger Koopmann
 
13:40
Presence of AvrLm4-7 in isolates further compromises canola cultivars carrying Rlm3 or Rlm9 genes for resistance against blackleg in canola
D. Fernando
10 min
13:50
SNP-based Molecular Assay for the Rapid Genotyping of Leptosphaeria Isolates
N. Larkan
10 min
14:00
Current overwhelming of both Rlm3 and Rlm7 in French populations of Leptosphaeria maculans: where, why, and how much?
M. H. Balesdent 
10 min
14:10
Epistasis interaction between AvrLm4-7 and AvrLm3 genes of Leptosphaeria maculans
M. Lamara
10 min
14:20
Changes in race structure of Leptosphaeria maculans populations on oilseed rape in the UK
L. H. Gajula
10 min
 
Country Situations/Updates
Chair: Regine Delourme
 
14:30
Stem canker is expanding to East Europe
J. Kaczmarek
10 min
14:40
Status of blackleg caused by Leptosphaeria maculans on spring canola in the United States of America
L. del Río Mendoza
10 min
14:50
An update on blackleg in Australia: Resistance groups, fungicide resistance and upper canopy infection
A. Van de Wouw
10 min
 
Integrated Blackleg Management
Chair: Regine Delourme
 
15:00
The need for an integrated approach to manage blackleg of canola in western Canada
G. Peng
10 min
 
Epidemiology
Chair: Dilantha Fernando
 
15:10
Blackleg transmission by wind dispersion of canola dockage material is low risk and requires large quantities of material within a short distance of deposition
R. Lange
10 min
 
Discussion
Concluding remarks – Dilantha Fernando​​​​​​​
10 min