CIMMYT Texcoco, México
March 2 -4, 2020
Leonardo Crespo | CIMMYT-Global Wheat Program
Global perspectives on wheat productivity and its pests
Breeding for resistance to maize insect-pests in the tropics: status and prospects
History of IPRI
How reliable are phenotyping methodologies for insect’s resistance: case of cereals and legumes in North Africa, West and Central Asia
Host plant resistance in grain sorghum to the sugarcane aphid and identifying the mechanisms for resistance
High-throughput phenotyping in wheat for biotic stresses
Genetic characterization of fallarmyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) in ecuador and comparisons with regional populations identify likely migratory relationships
Breeding for resistance
The road from discovery to commercialization of aphid resistant soybean varieties
The studies on the crop resistance to aphids
Identification and characterization of Hessian fly resistance genes among a world core collection of Aegilops tauschii
From wild to cultivated, introgression of resistance towards the bird cherry-oat aphid
Gene editing for biotic stress tolerance in wheat
Guided tour CIMMYT
Visit to CIMMYT's Museum, Labs & Genbank
Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding virulence in the soybean aphid (Aphis glycines)
Deciphering the tug of war between cowpea and cowpea aphids
Resistance in individual plants and in plantations: resistance breeding combined with cultivar mixing does the job for strawberry
The importance of phenotypic plasticity in the management of insect pests of rice
Priming for enhanced defense in Hordeum vulgare
Investigating the effect of the microbiome on methylation in the Russian wheat aphid, Diuraphis Noxia
Aphid resistant wheat: is it probable or even possible?
Ingestion of cprr1-8-siRNA reduce virulence in both Diuraphis noxia and Myzus persicae
Whole-genome bisulfite sequencing of related Russian wheat aphid biotypes
Genome-wide association analysis of russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) resistance in Dn4 derived wheat lines evaluated in South Africa
Mechanisms of Resistance
Deciphering mechanism of host-plant resistance in wheat to aphids in north-western plains of India
Aphid virulence to a wheat resistance gene involves downregulation of numerous aphid uncharacterized proteins
Investigating the ecological and molecular factors underlining the wheat-wheat curl mite-virus pathosystem
Molecular mechanism of plant resistance to Hessian fly
Barley varieties Stoneham and Sydney exhibit mild antibiosis and antixenosis resistance to the wheat curl mite, Aceria tosichella (Keifer)
Defensive responses of rice cultivars resistant to Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae)
Sorghum tolerance to the sugarcane aphid
Eco-metabolomics for host plant resistance to thrips
Leaf profile: resistance against whiteflies in watermelon
Business meeting & Closing
Leonardo Crespo & IPRI Steering Committee
Organizing committee: Dr. Leonardo Crespo-Herrera (CIMMYT), Dr. Suchismita Mondal (CIMMYT), Dr. Michael Smith (KSU), Dr. Lina Aguirre (KSU), Ms. Diana Godinez (CIMMYT), Ms. Maricela Vega (CIMMYT), Ms. Brenda Dorantes (CIMMYT).
Steering committee: Dr. Richard Musser (Western Illinois University), Dr. Alvin Simmons (USDA South Carolina), Dr. Vicki Tolmay (ARC-Small Grain Institute, South Africa), Dr. Herb Eichenseer (Pioneer), and Dr. Mustapha El-Bouhssini (ICARDA).
Deadline - October 30th , 2019
**Payments of attendance fee will be handeled by Kansas State University.
**Registration fee (USD$ 600.00) includes transportation from/to Mexico City Airport, from/to Hotel Santa Bertha-CIMMYT and all meals throughout the event. The link above will direct you to a KSU server where you can proceed with the registration. Please, do not forget to provide us with your travel information form (https://forms.gle/axvbaqTFVr3AASuY8) as soon as you have your travel itinerary
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For over 50 years, we’ve been using science to make a difference, helping tens of millions of farmers grow more nutritious, resilient and productive maize and wheat cropping systems, using methods that nourish the environment and combat climate change.
Km 45 Carretera México-Veracruz, Col. El Batán, Texcoco, Estado de México,
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A daily shuttle service will be provided from Hotel Santa Berta – CIMMYT – Hotel Santa Berta (March 2 – 4) for the workshop.