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Novel tools for developing fusarium resistant and toxin free wheat for europe

Objectif

Fusarium fungi infect the grain of wheat and produce dangerous mycotoxins. Improving plant health using most advanced technology will solve this problem. We will develop new effective selection tools such as molecular markers for resistance genes and in-vitro selection strategies for resistant germplasm, thus accelerate resistance breeding. DNA markers for candidate resistance genes will be developed and we will characterise pathogenesis related proteins that do not only inhibit fungal growth but also mycotoxin formation. The output of this research will lead to improved high quality wheat cultivars for European farmers, thus supporting sustainable cereal production in Europe and strengthening the competitiveness of the European cereal industry on domestic and world markets. The results will lessen the risk of mycotoxin entering the feed and food chain, thus contribute significantly to a healthy diet for the consumers.

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UNIVERSITAET FUER BODENKULTUR WIEN
Adresse
Gregor Mendel Strasse 33
Wien
Autriche

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Participants (7)

BBSRC John Innes Centre
United Kingdom
Adresse
Norwich Research Park Colney
NR4 7UH Norwich

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CEREAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE PUBLIC BENEFIT CO
Hongrie
Adresse
Also Kikoetoe Sor 9
6726 Szeged

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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, DUBLIN
Irlande
Adresse
Belfield
4 Dublin

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SAATEN - UNION RESISTENZLABOR GMBH
Allemagne
Adresse
Hovedisser Srasse 92
33818 Leopoldshoehe

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SAATZUCHT DONAU GES.M.B.H. & CO. KG
Autriche
Adresse
Reichersberg 86
4981 Reichersberg

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SEJET PLANTEFORAEDLING I/S
Danemark
Adresse
Noerremarksvej 67
8700 Horsens

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UNIVERSITAET FUER BODENKULTUR WIEN
Autriche
Adresse
82,muthgasse 18
1190 Wien

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