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Ecophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne - Umr 1287 EGVF

UMR 1287 - EGVF

Unité Mixte de Recherche (INRA, ENITAB, Université de Bordeaux)

Ecophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne
I.S.V.V Bordeaux, 210 Chemin de Leysotte

33882 Villenave d’Ornon Cedex, France

Séminaires Kfé-Science

Organisés dans le cadre de l'animation scientifique de l'UMR EGFV, les séminaires Kfé-Science ont lieu habituellement le Lundi de 11h à 12h, dans une salle de cours de l'ISVV et sont ouverts à tous. La participation des doctorants et autres étudiants de l'umr est obligatoire.

Programme 2020

Date/Lieu

Intervenant

Titre

Lu 9/3

tba

Lu 2/3

tba

Lu 24/2

Cécile KAHN

Impact of elevated carbon dioxide on grapevine physiology, berry development, metabolism and composition, using the Grape-FACE system.

2019

Date/Lieu

Intervenant

Titre

Lu 9/12

Clément CHAMBAUD

Understanding the early mechanisms of graft union formation

Lu 2/12

Sarah COOKSON

Graft-union formation in grapevine

Lu 21/10

Ghislaine HILBERT

Projet AVVENIR - Effets d'une augmentation modérée de la température au vignoble sur les métabolites de la baie de raisin

Lu 14/10

Cornelis VAN LEEUWEN

The physiological basis of drought tolerance in crop plants

Lu 7/10

Romain DARRIAUT

Project VITIRHIZOBIOME : PGPR isolation and comparison of plant phenotypes within healthy soil and soil with dieback features

Lu 23/9

Francesco RINAUDI
Stephan LAMY

Nitrogen and hydric nutritions of the VITADAPT 2019 vintage

Lu 16/9

Jérôme POUZOULET

Is xylem morphology impacts vulnerability to drought stress induced cavitation in grapevine ?

Lu 9/9

Régis BURLETT
(UMR BioGeco)

Project LEAFSHED: An integrated approach to understand the contribution of leaf shedding in woody plants responses to drought

Lu 1/7

Serge DELROT

Article review: Georgii et al. 2019. The systems architecture of molecular memory in poplar after abiotic stress

Lu 17/6

Charlotte LE DANVEZET

Study of genetic determinism of aromatic potential from grape berry

Lu 27/5

Agnès DESTRAC

Exploring Vitis vinifera cultivar diversity to adapt wine production to ckimate change - a case study in the Bordeaux area

Lu 20/5

Nathalie OLLAT

Article review: Riaz et al. 2019. Genetic diversity and parentage analysis of grape rootstocks

Lu 13/5

Molly CLEMENS

Pervasive impacts of elevated CO2 and temperature on grapevine: photosynthetic infrastructure and phenology

Lu 29/4

Silvina DAYER

Integrated drought responses of contrasting grapevine genotypes

Lu 15/4

Emeline TEYSSIER

The METDRY project: Analysis of methylome dynamic under drought stress in grapevine and oak. An overview of the grapevine experiment: comparative analysis of two grapevine species (Vitis vinifera Cabernet Sauvignon and Vitis Riparia Gloire de Montpellier) under drought stress

Lu 8/4

Coralie DEWASME

Quantitative and qualitative impact of Tomato Black Ring Virus (TBRV) on Merlot and Cabernet franc

Lu 1/4

Romain DARRIAUT

Molecular, microbial and physico-chemical comparisons between vineyard soils displaying dieback features and healthy ones

Lu 25/3

Bruno SUTER

A pragmatic modeling approach to assessing vine water status

Lu 18/3

Bernadette RUBIO

Projet PIVERT II : Porte greffes, innovation variétale, évaluation des ressources et techniques de sélection précoce

Ma 12/3

Myriam SCHMUTZ (ENSEGID Bordeaux)

Caractérisation des sols et des interactions sols/plantes par des méthodes géophysiques

Lu 11/3

Grégoire LOUPIT

Role of stilbens in wood and the success of grafting (M2 internship)

Lu 11/2

Charlotte LE DANVEZET

Etude du déterminisme génétique du potentiel aromatique (précurseurs de thiols et caractères végétaux) en vue de l'application à la création de nouveaux cultivars à typicité bordelaise (M2 internship)

Lu 28/1

Cassandra COLLINS (University of Adelaide)

Grape yield prediction, canopy management, and management of vineyard variability

2018

Date/Lieu

Intervenant

Titre

Lu 10/12

Jinliang CHEN

An integrated fruit model toolkit: combining fruit biophysical processes with central carbon metabolism

Lu 3/12

Théo PETITJEAN
Cyril TISSOT (LETG Brest)

Définition de scénarios d’adaptation au changement climatique à l’échelle de la parcelle à partir d’un modèle multi-agents

Lu 19/11

Antoine GAUTIER

Roles of the rootstock and the scion in the response to phosphorus availability in grapevine

Lu 12/11

Lina WANG

The relationship between sugar and anthocyanins during the ripening of grape berries

Lu 22/10

Laure DE RESSEGUIER

ADVICLIM updates

Lu 15/10

Solen LE PIVAIN

VITADAPT updates

Lu 10/9

Mark GOWDY

Effects of soil water deficits on carbon isotope discrimination and water potential measurements in grapevines

...

Lu 28/05

Loïc LAGALLE
Francesca CANUTO
Thomas FARINOT

GREFFADAPT updates

Lun 14/05

Pierre François BERT

Genomes, haplotype and phasing in grapevine

Lu 23/04

Jianliang CHEN

Modeling sugar metabolism and growth of tomato fruit

Lu 26/03

Nathalie OLLAT

Wine and water : which challenges ?

Lu 19/03

Hortense MOREAU
Ke ZANG

Functional characterization of an AP2/ERF transcription factor mobilized in grape berries exposed to high temperature /DNA methylation control of anthocyanin biosynthesis in grape cell (M2 internship)

Lu 12/03

Jules COSSON
Benjamin TIFFON-TERRADE

Berry quality and canopy manipulation / Modeling acidity during berry development (M2 internship)

Lu 5/03

Khalil BOU NADER

The packages "dplyr" and "ggplot2" for data management and plotting in R

Lu 26/02

Eric GOMES

Individual berries in an asynchronous population: how fast a single berry ripens?

Lu 5/02

Jing WU

Effects of moderately elevated temperature on grape berry at metabolic and transcriptomic levels

Lu 29/01

Clément CHAMBAUD

Understanding the establishment of scion-rootstock interactions

Lu 22/01

Jérome POUZOULET

Xylem vessel diameter as a marker of the resistance toward the esca disease in grapevine

Lu 15/01

Julien LECOURT

The viticulture in UK

Lu 8/01

Junhua KONG

Epigenetic control of grape berry development and ripening, focus on cell suspension