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Oral Presentation
15th Solanaceae Conference
Contents: Oral Presentation
The 15th Solanaceae Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand

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I: GENOME EDITING AND MUTATION BREEDING
The impact of genome editing on crop improvement Matthew R. Willmann 2
Innovations in genome editing in solanaceae Seiichi Toki 3
Homology independent targeted integration in plants John J. Finer 4
Translating the CENH3-mediated haploid induction technology Mily Ron 5
to tomato.
CRISPR/Cas9-mediated mutagenesis of lncRNA1459 alters Ran Li 6
tomato fruit ripening
Development of TILLING Population Resources for Pepper Jeffrey Skinner 7
Gene Discovery and Trait Improvement
Genomic instability in potato Luca Comai 8

II: BREEDING TECHNOLOGIES

Breeding insights from phased genome assembly of tetraploid Richard Finkers 9


potato cultivars
Tomato yield improvement by manipulation of stem maturation Soon Ju Park 10
Molecular Marker Development and High Throughput Zhibiao Ye 11
Genotyping in Tomato
Genome-wide association study, genomic selection and other Eiji Yamamoto 12
technologies for tomato breeding in Japan
High Throughput Genome Editing for Gene Validation Hanne Volpin 13
Systematic approach to identify genes controlling capsaicinoid Byoung-Cheorl 14
content in Capsicum spp Kang

PARALLEL WORKSHOP: PEPPER

Sequencing the pepper genomes: What did we learn? Doil Choi 15


Functional conservation of transcription factors controlling Ilan Paran 16
immature fruit color in pepper and tomato
Development and Use of SNP Markers Associated with Disease Jundae Lee 17
Resistance, Male Sterility, and Capsaicinoids Content for
Marker-Assisted Breeding of Pepper Using Nanofluidic Dynamic Arrays
PepperHub, an Informatics Hub for the chili pepper research community Feng Li 18
Chili Anthracnose: Colletotrichum species identified in Asia Orarat Mongkolporn 19
Genetic analysis of fruit quality traits in pepper Arnaud Bovy 20
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PARALLEL WORKSHOP: EGGPLANT AND OTHER SOLANACEAE
Transcriptome analysis of eggplant in response to Frankliniella Lorenzo Barchi 21
occidentalis attacks
Understanding eggplant genetic variation for Nitrogen Use Efficiency Giuseppe Leonardo Rotino 22
CRISPR/Cas9-mediated knock-out of polyphenol oxidase genes Andrea Moglia 23
in eggplant for the improvement of the berry quality
Exploring the small RNA landscape of the Solanaceae Margaret Frank 24
Single Primer Enrichment genotyping highlights the worldwide Paola Ferrante 25
population structure of tomato and eggplant germplasm

PARALLEL WORKSHOP: TOMATO

Genomic selection to improve yield, quality and resistance David Francis 26


in processing tomato
A new SNP array for high-resolution genotyping of wild and Martin Ganal 27
cultivated tomato material
Plant Omics Databases: Plant Omics Data Center (PODC), Kentaro Yano 28
CATchUP and TOMATOMICS
The population history of Solanum lycopersicum var cerasiforme provides Ana L. Caicedo 29
insight into domestication history and trait variation of early tomatoes
Deciphering the genetic background of fruit quality traits Christopher Sauvage 30
through a meta GWAS strategy

SESSION III: SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

Towards a solution for hidden hunger: folate biofortification of Dominique Van Der 31
crop plants Straeten
Protein interactomic tools for tomato research Alain Goossens 32
Synthetic Biology tools for Solanaceae Diego Orzaez 33
Past, present and future transient expression systems for the expression Hadrien Peyret 34
of recombinant proteins in solanaceous plants
SESSION IV: BIODIVERSITY

The Biodiversity in the European Tomato Pool: a source for Fruit Quality Antonio Granell 35
and Plant Adaptation Traits Richart
The G2P-SOL project: harnessing the genetic and phenotypic diversity Giovanni Giuliano 36
of the four major Solanaceae crops
Use of eggplant wild genepools biodiversity for introgression breeding Pietro Gramazio 37
The fruit metabolic diversity and rewiring patterns of tomato Guangtao Zhu 38
groups provide insights to modern breeding
Is tomato the right model for fruit ripening? a lesson from the Silin Zhong 39
fruit ENCODE project
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PARALLEL WORKSHOP: BIOINFORMATICS
Pangenomics in crops Sandra Smit 40
Digesting genomics data with OrthoDB and BUSCO Evgeny Zdobnov 41
Unravelling complex Solanaceous genomes - Nanopores can help Bjoern Usadel 42
Breeding Informatics Solutions at SGN (solgenomics.net) Isaak Yosief Tecle 43
Improving Genetic Research and breeding of the Most Complex Gil Ronen 44
Genomes with Denovo Assembly and Pan Genome Analysis

PARALLEL WORKSHOP: TOBACCO

Progress in Nicotiana genomics Nikolai Ivanov


Cell type-specific and jasmonate-inducible expression of Tsubasa Shoji 45
Nicotiana tabacum QPT2 depends on the JRE4transcription
factor in heterogenous Solanum lycopersicum
Using tobacco glandular trichomes to understand the regulation Kathleen Helmstedt 46
of isoprenoid biosynthesis in plants
Biosynthesis and Content of Nicotiana Genus Alkaloids Kacper P. Kaminski 47
PARALLEL WORKSHOP: POTATO

The Battle of the Sinks: Mechanisms of carbon partitioning in Christian Bachem 48


potato between flowers/fruit and tubers
Limited N availability has cultivar-dependent effects on Judith Van 49
flowering time, tuber yield and tuber quality traits in potato Dingenen
Identification of potato genes that impact on tuber yield under Mark Taylor 50
different environments
Generation of solanine-free potatoes by CRISPR/Cas9-mediated Masaharu Mizutani 51
genome editing of the SGA genes
Effects of combined stress on potato: Limited Nitrogen and Early Blight Engin Yucel 52
Sequence-based Genotyping and Trait Analysis in Potato Sanjeev Kumar 53
Sharma
Enrichment of susceptible potato varieties with cisgenic late Jack Vossen 54
blight resistance genes resembles natural translocation events
SESSION V: SOLANACEAE GENOMICS

Technology driven innovation for breeding Revealing genome Sander Peters 55


structure and variation in crop – relative combinations
Patterns of Conservation and Divergence in Relative Gene Order of Eric Schranz 56
Mammalian and Angiosperm Genomes using Network-based Synteny
Analysis: lessons for Solanaceae research
High quality genomes bring breeding solutions Allen Van Deynze 57
The genome of Solanum lycopersicoides Suzy Strickler 58
SESSION VI: BIOTIC and ABIOTIC STRESS

Tomato responses to biotic & abiotic stresses Yuling Bai 59


From pathogen comparative genomics to the identification of key Nemo Peeters 60
Solanaceae determinants for durable resistance; the case of
Ralstonia solanacearum, the bacterial wilt agent
The tomato Spr7 gene encodes a novel protein that differentially Chuanyou Li 61
regulates jasmonate- and salicylate-mediated plant immunity
Genetic and genomic bases of tomato plasticity in response to Mathilde Causse 62
several abiotic stresses
Plant responses to biotic and abiotic stresses: Identification of Richard Berthomée 63
the genetic basis underlying uncovered resistance mechanisms
to Ralstonia solanacearum under elevated temperature
PARALLEL WORKSHOP ||| ASRT - Breeding for Insect Resistance

Different Mechanisms of Insect Resistance in Tomato and Pepper Ben Vosman 64


Update on World Vegetable Center Insect Resistance Breeding Mohamed Rakha 65
Species-specific resistance to thrips in Capsicum and the effect Isabella G.S 66
of plant ontogeny Visschers
Metabolomics as a tool for discovering novel sources of thrips Mirka Macel 67
resistance in Capsicum
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Poster Session
15th Solanaceae Conference
Contents: Poster Session
The 15th Solanaceae Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand

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A nucleolar-targeted effector of Phytophthora infestans induces Soeui Lee ABS-01 69


mitogen-activated protein kinase mediated hypersensitive response
in Nicotiana benthamiana

Alternative splicing of TOE1 provides a regulatory mechanism Qingzhe Zhai BT-01 70


on flowering time and fruit productivity in tomato

BAX INHIBITOR-1 (BI-1) gene is involved in the formation Zehao Gong GEMB-01 71
of carpel and locular gel in tomato fruit

Breeding of Glycoalkaloid-less Potatoes by Genome Editing Naoyuki Umemoto GEMB-02 72

Bulk Segregant K-mer Analysis (BSKA) a novel and versatile Charlotte BT-02 73
tool for genetic research of dominant traits in polyploid crops Prodhomme

Characterization and Evaluation of F-box Gene Tomato Farida Damayanti GEMB-03 74


Mutant for Its High Sugar

Characterization of Bi-directional Promoter of Capsidiol Biosynthetic Solhee In ABS-02 75


Genes EAS and EAH for Developing Disease Resistant Crop
Characterization of mutants related to trichome morphology in tomato Jin-Ho Kang, GEMB-04 76
Jae-In Chun
and Heejin Kim

Chemotyping and genotyping methods inferring genetic factors of Hee Ju Yoo SG-01 77
carotenogenesis in tomato

Chloroplast and nuclear phylogenomics reveals concordant phylogenetic Péter Poczai SG-02 78
structure in wild tomatoes (Solanum sect. Lycopersicon, Solanaceae)

Connecting interface of tomato with a root parasitic plant Phelipanche Koh Aoki ABS-03 79
aegyptiaca can be a potential target for post-haustorial resistance
Development of DNA marker for brachytic in tomato using SGN database Yuki OI BT-03 80

Ectopic expression of UP influences hypocotyl gravitropism Zhuyan Jiang SB-01 81

Efficient generation of pink-fruited tomatoes using CRISPR/Cas9 system Lei Deng and GEMB-05 82
Changbao Li

Efficient viral inoculation protocol for Tomato necrotic ringspot virus Channarong ABS-04 83
and Capsicum chlorosis virus resistance screening in tomato Seepiban

Enrichment of GABA in tomato fruits by targeted mutagenesis Hiroshi Ezura GEMB-06 84

Exploration of new resistance of tomato to a root parasitic plant, Junna Saito ABS-05 85
Phelipanche aegyptiaca
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Fine mapping and prediction of the candidate gene for the Rx3 Yao Xiao SB-02 86
locus conferring resistance to bacterial spot race T1 in tomato

Fine mapping of a locus for fruit weight in tomato Xiaolin Geng, Xiaoxi Liu, BT-04 87
and Wencai Yang

Fine mapping of glutamate QTL in tomato Miho Yoshida BT-05 88

Fine Mapping of the Root-Knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) Amornrat Changkwian BT-06 89
Resistance Locus Me7 in Pepper (Capsicum annuum)

Function of lipocalin proteins in tomato is related to light and Anung Wahyudi SB-03 90
oxidative stress tolerance

Genetic analysis of purple mutant Capsicum genotypes Aniko Veres SG-03 91

Genetic and phenotypic diversity of tomato germplasm for Jonathan Kressin BIO-01 92
bacterial wilt resistance (Ralstonia solanacearum)

Genetic determinism of eggplant resistance to bacterial wilt in Jacques Dintinger ABS-06 93


Reunion Island

Genome editing of tomato oxidosqualene cyclase genes using Kousuke Shimizu GEMB-07 94
CRISPR/Cas9 system

Genome-wide association study of nine agronomic traits in Capsicum Hea-Young Lee SG-04 95

Identification and functional analysis of SlWOX9 targets in Lin Weng SB-04 96


tomato fruit development

Identification of a 3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase/3-ketosteroid Ryota Akiyama SB-05 97


reductase involved in α-tomatine biosynthesis in tomato

Identification of candidate genes in pepper for anthocyanin accumulation Xiaofen Zhang GEMB-08 98

Influences of Water Irrigation Frequency on Yield and Quality Thanee Sirisom BIO-02 99
of Cherry Tomato Grown in Greenhouse

Jasmonate is involved in the stress of root knot nematodes to tomato Shaohui Wang ABS-07 100

Metabolomics of Colorado potato beetle resistance in potato Helen Tai ABS-08 101

Molecular breeding for bacterial wilt resistance in tomato Alebel Mekuriaw BT-07 102
Abebe

Molecular mapping of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for fruit quality Dilip Panthee SG-05 103
in heirloom tomato background

NEWCOTIANA; Developing Multipurpose Nicotiana Crops Diego Orzaez BT-08 104


for Molecular Farming using New Plant Breeding Techniques

Optimizing a Y2H-seq platform in tomato plants to study Evi Ceulemans ABS-09 105
plant-pathogen interactions
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Phenotypic Characterization and Flower Histological Thi Dung Pham GEMB-09 106
Observation of Heat Tolerant Tomato Mutant

Phylogeny analysis of the newly-annotated cytochrome P450 Jihyun Kim BIO-03 107
family by a new pipeline of TGFam-finder in 50 plant species

Phytoene Synthase-2 Contributes to Yellow Fruit Color in Pepper Hyo-Bong Jeong SB-06 108

Pollen development gone wrong, the role of hydroxyproline Syeda Roop Fatima SB-07 109
O-arabinosylation in tomato pollen development Jaffri

Production of haploid and doubled haploid plants from isolated Eun Young Yang BT-09 110
microspore culture and shed-microspore culture of hot pepper
(Capsicum annuum L.)

Progress on male sterility research in pepper (Capsicum annuum) Sanjeet Kumar SG-06 111
at World Vegetable Center

Promoter analysis of a gene encoding plant U-box conferring Xin Liu ABS-10 112
resistance to bacterial spot race T3 in tomato

Re-evaluation of transcription factor function in tomato fruit Rufang Wang GEMB-10 113
development and ripening with CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis

Relation between auxin and fruit shape loci on the regulation Liang Sun SB-08 114
of tomato fruit shape

SNP discovery and genome characterization of a tomato germplasm Janejira Duangjit SG-07 115
using DArTseq SNP genotyping

SNP genotyping by multiplex targeted sequencing in Capsicum Jinkwan Jo SG-08 116

Study of anthocyanin biosynthetic pathway in purple mutant Zsofia Kovacs GEMB-11 117
Capsicum genotypes

Targeted Genome Association And Snp Marker Development Rosteo R. Habunal ABS-11 118
For Induced Virus-host Resistance In Advance Generation Of
Tomato Mutants

Targeting cis-elements using CRISPR/Cas9 to engineer steroidal Gwen Swinnen GEMB-12 119
glycoalkaloid biosynthesis

The complete mitochondrial genome sequences of potato Kwangsoo Cho SG-09 120
(Solanum tuberosum L., Solanaceae)

The Development of good performing diploid homozygous potato Ernst-Jan Eggers BT-10 121
inbred lines for breeding and research

The Development of Type VI Glandular Trichomes from Wild Nick Bergau SB-09 122
and Cultivated Tomatoes
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The DNA methyltransferaes CaMET1-like1 influence fruit Kai Xiao GEMB-13 123
maturation in pepper

The DTM gene involves shoot and floral meristem development in tomato Qian Xu SB-10 124

The fruit metabolic diversity and rewiring patterns of tomato population Guangtao Zhu BT-11 125
provide insights into modern breeding

The maturation rate of inflorescence stem determines a growth direction Soon Ju Park BT-12 126
and structure of inflorescence in Solanaceae

The Non-LTR retrotransposon activates anthocyanin bionsynthesis in Soyoung Jung SB-11 127
pepper plants (Capsicum annuum)

The role of SlWOX9/S in tomato fruit development Han Xiao SG-10 128

The role of SlWRKY transcription factors in tomato responses Sri Sunarti ABS-12 129
to combined (a)biotic stresses

The Tomato Mediator Subunit MED25 Interacts with the EIN3-like Chuanlong Sun SB-12 130
Transcription Factors to Regulate Fruit Ripening

Tomato SlZF3 and its Arabidopsis homolog ZAT12 regulate ascorbic Bo Ouyang GEMB-14 131
acid biosynthesis, abiotic stress tolerance and flowering time

Transcriptome analysis provides insights into dwarfism in tomato Illsup Nou SB-13 132
(Solanum lycopersicum)

Trap or to trap and kill: acyl sugar in tomato insect resistance breeding Micha Gracianna Devi ABS-13 133

Uncovering the genetic basis of cuticle diversification in Eric Fich BIO-04 134
the Solanum Lycopersicon clade

Untargeted metabolomics by liquid chromatography-tandem mass Ryo Nakabayashi SB-14 135


spectrometry and chemoinformatics in time-series of xylem saps
of grafting Solanaceae plants

Utilizing Wild Capsicum Annuum (Chilli Pepper) For Breeding Beet Randi Jiménez ABS-14 136
Curly Top Virus Resistance In Cultivated Hot Peppers
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PARALLEL WORKSHOP : EGGPLANT AND OTHER SOLANACEAE

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PARALLEL WORKSHOP : TOMATO

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PARALLEL WORKSHOP : POTATO

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ABS-08

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BT-07

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SESSION V : SOLANACEAE GENOMICS

SG-05

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BT-08

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ABS-09

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GEMB-09

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SESSION IV : BIODIVERSITY

BIO-03

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

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SB-07

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BT-09

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SG-06

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ABS-10

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GEMB-10

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SG-07

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SG-08

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GEMB-11

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SESSION VI : BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS

ABS-11

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GEMB-12

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SESSION V : SOLANACEAE GENOMICS

SG-09

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BT-10

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-09

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GEMB-13

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-10

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BT-11

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BT-12

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-11

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SESSION V : SOLANACEAE GENOMICS

SG-10

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SESSION VI : BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS

ABS-12

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-12

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SESSION I : GENOME EDITING AND MUTATION BREEDING

GEMB-14

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-13

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SESSION VI : BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS

ABS-13

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SESSION IV : BIODIVERSITY

BIO-04

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SESSION III : SOLANACEAE BIOTECHNOLOGY

SB-14

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ABS-14

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Official List Of Delegates
15th Solanaceae Conference
No. LAST NAME FIRST NAME ORGANIZATION EMAIL COUNTRY

1 ABEBE ALEBEL MEKURIAW KYUNGPOOK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY alebelmkrw04@gmail.com SOUTH KOREA

2 ACHALERI SHARANABASAPPA P INDO AMERICAN HYBRID SEEDS (INDIA) PVT. LTD., sharanabasappa@indamseeds.com INDIA

3 ACHAR DEVARAJA INDO AMERICAN HYBRID SEEDS (INDIA) PVT. LTD., devaraja.achar@indamseeds.com INDIA

4 AKARAPISAN ANGSANA FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, angsana.a@cmu.ac.th THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

5 AKIYAMA RYOTA KOBE UNIVERSITY 150a401a@stu.kobe-u.ac.jp JAPAN

6 ANNADANA SEETHARAM SYNGENTA AGROCHEMICAL COMPANY seetharam.annadana@syngenta.com INDIA

7 ANNAPAREDDY HARI HARA PRASAD REDDY ASR SEEDS (P) LTD., asrseeds@yahoo.com INDIA

8 AOKI KOH OSAKA PREFECTURE UNIVERSITY kaoki@plant.osakafu-u.ac.jp JAPAN

9 ARABIKOTHANURU ANITHAKUMARI NUNHEMS NETHERLANDS B.V anithakumari.am@bayer.com NETHERLANDS


MUNIYAPPA

10 ATTAVAR ARTHUR SANTOSH INDO AMERICAN HYBRID SEEDS PVT LTD address:santosh@indamseeds.com INDIA

11 BACHEM CHRISTIAN WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH christian.bachem@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

12 BAI YULING WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH bai.yuling@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

13 BALATERO CONRADO EAST WEST SEED conrado.balatero@eastwestseed.com PHILIPPINES

14 BALDWIN SAMANTHA THE NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE FOR PLANT AND samantha.baldwin@plantandfood.co.nz NEW ZEALAND
FOOD RESEARCH LIMITED
15 BARCHI LORENZO UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO lorenzo.barchi@unito.it ITALY

16 BENEDITO VAGNER WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY vagner.benedito@mail.wvu.edu UNITED STATES

17 BERGAU NICK LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE OF PLANT BIOCHEMISTY nick.bergau@ipb-halle.de GERMANY

18 BERKE LIDIJA GENETWISTER TECHNOLOGIES B.V. info@genetwister.nl NETHERLANDS

19 BERTHOMÉE RICHARD THE INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE richard.berthome@inra.fr FRANCE


AGRONOMIQUE

20 BHATTACHARYA PARTHASARATHI TIERRA SEED SCIENCE PVT. LTD. partha@tierraseedscience.com INDIA

21 BOONANUNT SASIWIMON NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY sasiwimon@nstda.or.th THAILAND


DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NSTDA)

22 BOVY ARNAUD WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH arnaud.bovy@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

23 BRYAN GLENN THE JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE glenn.bryan@hutton.ac.uk UNITED KINGDOM

24 BUNDITHYA WEENUN FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, weenun.b@cmu.ac.th THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

25 CAICEDO ANA L. UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST caicedo@bio.umass.edu UNITED STATES

26 CAUSSE MATHILDE INRA - AVIGNON mathilde.causse@avignon.inra.fr FRANCE

27 CEULEMANS EVI VIB-UGENT CENTER FOR PLANT SYSTEMS BIOLOGY evceu@psb.ugent.be BELGIUM

28 CHANGKWIAN AMORNRAT SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY mornratsida@gmail.com THAILAND

29 CHAWDA NARAYAN VNR SEEDS PRIVATE LIMITED narayan.chawda@vnrseeds.com INDIA

30 CHEEWAWIRIYAKUL SUPANNEE MONSANTO THAILAND LIMITED supannee.cheewawiriyakul THAILAND


@monsanto.com

31 CHELLIAN SANTHOSH STRAITS BIOTECH santhosh.chellian@straitsbiotech.com SINGAPORE

32 CHEN JIE CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY jie_chen@cau.edu.cn CHINA

33 CHEN KEN YEN CHUNG KUAN SEED CO., LTD. mam_ckseed@yahoo.com THAILAND

34 CHINNARAD JANTIMA MAEJO UNIVERSITY pomju76@gmail.com THAILAND

35 CHO KWANGSOO HIGHLAND AGRICULTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE kscholove@korea.kr SOUTH KOREA

36 CHODCHOEY KANOKWAN ASIA AND PACIFIC SEED ASSOCIATION (APSA) may@apsaseed.org THAILAND

37 CHOI DOIL SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY doil@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

38 CHOMDEJ ORNUBOL CENTER FOR AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY ornubol@gmail.com THAILAND

39 CHUN JAE-IN SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY janechun@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

40 CHUNTHAWODTIPORN JAREERAT KASETSART UNIVERSITY jareerat.c@ku.th THAILAND

41 COMAI LUCA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS luca.comai@gmail.com UNITED STATES

42 DAMAYANTI FARIDA UNIVERSITY OF TSUKUBA, JAPAN farida.damayanti@unpad.ac.id JAPAN

43 DE MAAGD RUUD WAGENINGEN PLANT RESEARCH ruud.demaagd@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

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44 DECHKRONG PUNYAVEE KAS ETSART UNIVERSITY punyavee.d@ku.th THAILAND

45 DE HOOP SIMON JAN EAST WEST SEED simon.dehoop@eastwestseed THAILAND

46 DENG YINGTIAN HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY yvonta@foxmail.com CHINA

47 DENG LEI INSTITUTE OF GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL ldeng@genetics.ac.cn CHINA


BIOLOGY, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

48 DEVI MICHA GRACIANNA LEIBNIZ IPB HALLE mdevi@ipb-halle.de GERMANY

49 DINTINGER JACQUES CIRAD, THE FRENCH AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH jacques.dintinger@cirad.fr FRANCE


CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

50 DUANGJIT JANEJIRA KASETSART UNIVERSITY janejira.d@ku.th THAILAND

51 EGGERS ERNST-JAN SOLYNTA ernstjan.eggers@solynta.com NETHERLANDS

52 EZURA HIROSHI UNIVERSITY OF TSUKUBA ezura.hiroshi.fa@u.tsukuba.ac.jp JAPAN

53 FERRANTE PAOLA ENEA paola.ferrante@enea.it ITALY

54 FINER JOHN THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY finer.1@osu.edu UNITED STATES

55 FINKERS RICHARD WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH richard.finkers@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

56 FITE GELETA STARKE AYRES SEED PTY LTD geleta@starkeayres.co.za SOUTH AFRICA

57 FRANCIS DAVID THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY francis.77@osu.edu UNITED STATES

58 FRANK MARGARET CORNELL UNIVERSITY mhf47@cornell.edu UNITED STATES

59 FREIMAN AVIAD TOP SEEDS INTERNATIONAL aviadf@topseedsltd.com ISRAEL

60 GAIKWAD AMIT EAST WEST SEED amit.gaikwad@eastwestseed.com INDIA

61 GAL-ON AMIT THE VOLCANI CENTER, ARO, ISRAEL amitg@agri.gov.il ISRAEL

62 GANAL MARTIN TRAITGENETICS GMBH ganal@traitgenetics.de GERMANY

63 GENG XIAOLIN CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY gengxl@cau.edu.cn CHINA

64 GIULIANO GIOVANNI ENEA giovanni.giuliano@enea.it ITALY

65 GONG ZEHAO CHONGQING UNIVERSITY 824601591@qq.com CHINA

66 GOOSSENS ALAIN VIB-UGENT CENTER FOR PLANT SYSTEMS BIOLOGY alain.goossens@psb.vib-ugent.be BELGIUM

67 GOPALAKRISHNA RAMAMOHAN I&B SEEDS PVT LTD ramoo@iandb.in INDIA


IYENGAR

68 GOVANAKOPPA RAJESH NUNHEMS INDIA PVT LIMITED rajesh.govanakoppa INDIA


@vegetableseeds.basf.com

69 GOVINDAN RADHAKRISHNAN NUNHEMS BV g.radhakrishnan@bayer.com INDIA

70 GRAMAZIO PIETRO UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE VALÈNCIA piegra@upv.es SPAIN

71 GRAVELAND ROBERT HZPC RESEARCH BV robert.graveland@hzpc.com NETHERLANDS

72 HABUNAL ROSTEO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BANOS rrhabunal@gmail.com PHILIPPINES

73 HADAPAD SHREESHAIL BASAPPA INDO AMERICAN HYBRID SEEDS (INDIA) PVT. LTD., shreeshail@indamseeds.com INDIA

74 HAM MOON HUN NONGWOO SEED INDIA PVT LTD mhham@nongwooseedindia.com INDIA

75 HELMSTEDT KATHLEEN LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE OF PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY kathleen.helmstedt@ipb-halle.de GERMANY

76 HONG DONG OH NONGWOOBIO sanjohong@nongwoobio.co.kr SOUTH KOREA

77 HUIBERS ROBIN P. ENZA ZADEN R&D B.V. j.vondensteinen@enzazaden.nl NETHERLANDS

78 HULKUNTE SHARMA NATESHAN NAMDHARI SEEDS PVT LTD nateshan@namdhariseeds.com INDIA


MRUTHYUNJAYA

79 IN SOLHEE SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY solheein@gmail.com SOUTH KOREA

80 IVANOV NIKOLAI PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL nikolai.ivanov@pmi.com SWITZERLAND

81 JAFFRI SYEDA ROOP FATIMA UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR srfj@umich.edu UNITED STATES

82 JAHRMANN TORBEN SEMILLAS FITO tjahrmann@semillasfito.com SPAIN

83 JANPHEN KANOKWAN MAEJO UNIVERSITY a.kanokwan31@gmail.com THAILAND

84 JEONG HYO-BONG SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY gyqhd7718@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

85 JHW BERGERVOET WAGENENINGEN UNIVERSITY&RESEARCH jan.bergervoet@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

86 JIANG ZHUYAN INSTITUTE OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, CAS yangqz@sibs.ac.cn CHINA

87 JIMENEZ RANDI UC DAVIS rcjimenez@ucdavis.edu UNITED STATES

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88 JO SUNGHWAN SEEDERS INC. shjo@seeders.co.kr SOUTH KOREA

89 JO JINKWAN SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY jingonak@gmail.com SOUTH KOREA

90 JONG HANS DE KASETSART UNIVERSITY hans.chromosoom@gmail.com THAILAND

91 JOSHI ARUN RIJK ZWAAN INDIA SEEDS PVT LTD a.joshi@rijkzwaan.com INDIA

92 JUNG SEUNGMEE SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY sseungmeeee@gmail.com SOUTH KOREA

93 JUNG SOYOUNG SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY jung1615@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

94 KAEWJANTUK SUKANYA NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY sukanya.kaewjantuk@nstda.or.th THAILAND


DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NSTDA)

95 KALOSHIAN ISGOUHI UNIVERISTY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE isgouhi.kaloshian@ucr.edu UNITED STATES

96 KAMINSKI KACPER P. PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL kacper.kaminski@pmi.com SWITZERLAND

97 KANELLIS ANGELOS ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI bp@caravel-travel.gr GREECE

98 KANG BYOUNG-CHEORL SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY bckang67@gmail.com SOUTH KOREA

99 KANG JIN-HO SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY kangjinho@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

100 KAUR UJJAL NAMDHARI SEEDS PVT LTD ujjalkaur@namdhariseeds.com INDIA

101 KETHOM WASSANA KASETSART UNIVERSITY wassana.ke@ku.th THAILAND

102 KHERA PAWAN MAHINDRA AGRI SOLUTIONS LTD khera.pawan@mahindra.com INDIA

103 KHUMDEE NARUEMON CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY naruemon_kh@cmu.ac.th THAILAND

104 KIM HEEJIN SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY heejinkim@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

105 KIM JIHYUN SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY jihyun9008@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

106 KIM SEJUN SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY eggnivia@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

107 KIM SUKYONG SYNGENTA SEEDS LIMITED seokyong.km@syngenta.com THAILAND

108 KINGPAYOM MIKE ASIA AND PACIFIC SEED ASSOCIATION (APSA) mike@apsaseed.org THAILAND

109 KITTIWONGWATTANA CHOKCHAI FACULTY OF SCIENCE, KING MONGKUT'S INSTITUTE chokchai.ki@kmitl.ac.th THAILAND
OF TECHNOLOGY LADKRABANG

110 KLANGSAWAD ASSIRI NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION (THAILAND) LTD. assiri.klangsawad@syngenta.com THAILAND

111 KOPPAD SHIVAPRASAD UPL LTD shivaprasad.k@advantaseeds.com INDIA

112 KOUSSEVITZKY SHAI LIMAGRAIN VEGETABLE SEEDS DIVISION shai.koussevitzky@hazera.com ISRAEL

113 KOVACS ZSOFIA SZENT ISTVAN UNIVERSITY zsofia.kovacs@phd.uni-szie.hu HUNGARY

114 KRESSIN JONATHAN NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY jpkressi@ncsu.edu UNITED STATES
115 KULKARNI GOPAL EAST WEST SEED gopal.kulkarni@eastwestseed.com INDIA

116 KUMAR SANJEET WORLD VEGETABLE CENTER sanjeet.kumar@worldveg.org TAIWAN

117 KUMCHAI JUTAMART FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, tkkumm6@gmail.com THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

118 KUNASAKDAKUL KAEWALIN FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, kaewalin.k3@gmail.com THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

119 LANTERI SERGIO UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO sergio.lanteri@unito.it ITALY

120 LAPROM AMISA MONSANTO amisa.laprom@bayer.com THAILAND

121 LAYNE STEVEN ASIA AND PACIFIC SEED ASSOCIATION (APSA) steven@apsaseed.org THAILAND

122 LEDERER JULIE HM-CLAUSE julie.lederer@hmclause.com FRANCE

123 LEE JUNDAE CHONBUK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY ajfall@jbnu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

124 LEE JE MIN KYUNGPOOK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY jemin@knu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

125 LEE JAEMOO NONGWOO BIO dlwoancjswo@nongwoobio.co.kr SOUTH KOREA

126 LEE HEA-YOUNG SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY sweettin@naver.com SOUTH KOREA

127 LEE SOEUI SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY thejade@snu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

128 LEUNG WAI YUK CLOVER SEED CO. LTD karina.leung@cloverseed.com.hk HONG KONG
SAR CHINA

129 LI CHANGBAO BEIJING VAGETABLE RESEARCH CENTER, lichangbao@nercv.org CHINA


BEIJING ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURE
AND FORESTRY SCIENCES

130 LI RAN CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY liran@cau.edu.cn CHINA

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131 LI HANXIA HUAZHONG AGRICULTRAL UNIVERSITY hxli@mail.hzau.edu.cn CHINA

132 LI FENG HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY chdlifeng@mail.hzau.edu.cn CHINA

133 LI CHUANYOU INSTITUTE OF GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL cyli@genetics.ac.cn CHINA


BIOLOGY CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

134 LIFSHITZ OMRI ROOTILITY LTD meirav@rootility.com ISRAEL

135 LIM BYOUNG HWAN NONGWOOBIO raphanus@empas.com SOUTH KOREA

136 LIN CHUNG CHENG CLOVER SEED CO. LTD cc-lin@cloverseed.cn HONG KONG
SAR CHINA

137 LIU XIN CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY lxin1211@cau.edu.cn CHINA

138 M V BALARAM BAYER SEEDS PVT. LTD. balaram.mysore@gmail.com INDIA

139 MACEL MIRKA RADBOUD UNIVERSITY mirkamacel@gmail.com NETHERLANDS

140 MAHARIJAYA AWANG BOGOR AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY INDONESIA awang.maharijaya@gmail.com INDONESIA

141 MANEESINTHU LIKHIT LUCKY SEEDS AGRO LTD, PART likhit_m@hotmail.com THAILAND

142 MANEESUWAN PATTAMAWAN HM.CLAUSE (THAILAND) CO.,LTD. p.maneesuwan@hmclause.com THAILAND

143 MANKARE SANDEEP EAST WEST SEED sandeep.mankare@eastwestseed.com INDIA

144 MARTINEZ-SANCHEZ MARCELA PLANT AND FOOD RESEARCH marcelamartinezakl@gmail.com NEW ZEALAND

145 MEISSNER RAFAEL ROOTILITY LTD meirav@rootility.com ISRAEL

146 MIZUTANI MASAHARU KOBE UNIVERSITY masaharu mizutani@gold.kobe-u.ac.jp JAPAN

147 MOGLIA ANDREA UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI TORINO andrea.moglia@unito.it ITALY

148 MONGKOLPORN ORARAT KASETSART UNIVERSITY orarat.m@ku.ac.th THAILAND

149 MUELLER LUKAS CORNELL UNIVERSIT lam87@cornell.edu UNITED STATES

150 NA JINDA AATJIMA CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY n.aatjima@gmail.com THAILAND

151 NAGY NATALIA BASF VEGETABLE SEEDS natalia.nagy@vegetableseeds.basf.com NETHERLANDS

152 NAKABAYASHI RYO RIKEN CSRS ryo.nakabayashi@riken.jp JAPAN

153 NARAYANAPPA GURUMURTHY NAMDHARI SEEDS PVT LTD gurumurthy@namdhariseeds.com INDIA

154 NG KAI CHEONG CLOVER SEED CO. LTD derek.ng@cloverseed.com.hk HONG KONG
SAR CHINA

155 NG SAU HUNG CLOVER SEED CO. LTD ben@cloverseed.com.hk HONG KONG
SAR CHINA

156 NIELSEN KARE LEHMANN AALBORG UNIVERSITY kln@bio.aau.dk DENMARK

157 NOSUWAN SAICHON MAEJO UNIVERSITY saichon.noe@gmail.com THAILAND

158 NOU ILLSUP SUNCHON NATIONAL UNIVERSITY nis@sunchon.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

159 OGUNDIWIN EBEN NUNHEMS ogundiwin@gmail.com UNITED STATES

160 OI YUKI KAGOME CO.,LTD yuki_oi@kagome.co.jp JAPAN

161 OOME STAN AVERIS SEEDS B.V. stan.oome@avebe.com NETHERLANDS

162 ORZAEZ DIEGO THE INSTITUTE FOR PLANT MOLECULAR dorzaez@ibmcp.upv.es SPAIN
AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY

163 OUYANG BO HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY bouy@mail.hzau.edu.cn CHINA

164 PANCHBHAI JAGDISH NONGWOO SEED INDIA PVT LTD jagdish@nongwooseedindia.com INDIA

165 PANDE MAKARAND EAST WEST SEED makarand.pande@eastwestseed.com INDIA

166 PANERGAYO KATHERINE EAST WEST SEED katherine.panergayo@eastwestseed.com THAILAND

167 PANTHEE DILIP NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY dilip_panthee@ncsu.edu UNITED STATES

168 PARAN ILAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION (ARO) iparan@volcani.agri.gov.il ISREAL


- VOLCANI CENTER

169 PARK SOON JU WONKWANG UNIVERSITY sjpark75@wku.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

170 PASCHA HENK EAST WEST SEED henk.pascha@eastwestseed.com THAILAND

171 PEETERS NEMO INRA - VERSAILLES nemo.peeters@inra.fr FRANCE

172 PETERS SANDER WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH sander.peters@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

173 PEYRET HADRIEN JOHN INNES CENTRE hadrien.peyret@jic.ac.uk UNITED KINGDOM

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174 PHAM THI DUNG UNIVERSITY OF TSUKUBA, JAPAN phamthidungcnsh@gmail.com JAPAN

175 PHOPHAN PHANTHIPHA MAEJO UNIVERSITY mim.phanthipha@gmail.com THAILAND

176 PIAMJIT PHATRALADA NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION (THAILAND) CO., LTD phatralada.piamjit@syngenta.com THAILAND

177 POCZAI PETER UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI peter.poczai@helsinki.fi FINLAND

178 PONGJAROENKIT SAENGTONG MAEJO UNIVERSITY saengton@mju.ac.th THAILAND

179 POOPROMPAN PORNPAN MAEJO UNIVERSITY pornpan@mju.ac.th THAILAND

180 POOTAKHAM WIRULDA NIK NATIONAL CENTER FOR GENETIC ENGINEERING wirulda.poo@biotec.or.th THAILAND
AND BIOTECHNOLOGY (BIOTEC)

181 POTHAPOHN NUTTHA FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, natorchid@gmail.com THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

182 PRODHOMME CHARLOTTE WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY charlotte.prodhomme@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

183 PUROHIT PRAMOD KUMAR NAMDHARI SEEDS PVT LTD pramod@namdhariseeds.com INDIA

184 PUSADEE TONAPHA FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, tonapha.p@cmu.ac.th THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

185 QUIN HONGMEI YANGZHOU UNIVERSITY 006415@yzu.edu.cn CHINA

186 RADEMACHER EIKE RIJK ZWAAN BREEDING B.V. n.van.der.knijf@rijkzwaan.nl NETHERLANDS

187 RAKHA MOHAMED WORLD VEGETABLE CENTER mohamed.rakha@worldveg.org TAIWAN

188 REDDY MAKALAPPA NARAYANA ACSEN HYVEG PRIVATE LIMITED m.reddy@hyveg.com INDIA

189 RICHART ANTONIO GRANELL THE INSTITUTE FOR PLANT MOLECULAR agranell@ibmcp.upv.es SPAIN
AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY

190 RON MILY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS mron@ucdavis.edu UNITED STATES

191 RONEN GIL ENERGIN .R TECHNOLOGIES 2009 LTD gil@nrgene.com ISREAL

192 ROSAS MANUEL BAYER VEGETABLE SEEDS manuel.rosas@bayer.com UNITED STATES

193 ROTINO GIUSEPPE LEONARDO CREA - CONSIGLIO PER LA RICERCA giuseppeleonardo.rotino@crea.gov.it ITALY
IN AGRICOLTURA E L’ANALISI DELL’ECONOMIA
AGRARIA

194 ROY TARAK SEMILLAS FITO INDIA PVT LTD troy@semillasfito.com INDIA

195 SAITO JUNNA OSAKA PREFECTURE UNIVERSITY syc02042@edu.osakafu-u.ac.jp JAPAN

196 SAKULSINGHAROJ CHOTIPA MAEJO UNIVERSITY chotipa.cs@gmail.com THAILAND

197 SANCHEZ PEREZ GABINO GENETWISTER TECHNOLOGIES B.V. info@genetwister.nl NETHERLANDS

198 SANMEE RARUNEE PEPSI-COLA (THAI) TRADING CO.,LTD. rarunee.sanmee@pepsico.com THAILAND

199 SAUVAGE CHRISTOPHER THE INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE christopher.sauvage@inra.fr FRANCE


AGRONOMIQUE

200 SCHRANZ ERIC WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH eric.schranz@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

201 SEEPIBAN CHANNARONG NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY channarong.see@biotec.or.th THAILAND


DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

202 SEVILLA MYRNA BHN RESEARCH mqs@bhnseed.com UNITED STATES

203 SHARMA SANJEEV KUMAR THE JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE sanjeev.sharma@hutton.ac.uk UNITED KINGDOM

204 SHIMIZU KOUSUKE KOBE UNIVERSITY 174a412a@stu.kobe-u.ac.jp JAPAN

205 SHOJI TSUBASA NARA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY t-shouji@bs.naist.jp JAPAN

206 SHUKLA VIVEK NRGENE vivek.s@nrgene.com INDIA

207 SIERRO NICOLAS PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL Nicolas.Sierro@pmi.com SWITZERLAND

208 SINGH OMVEER ACSEN HYVEG PRIVATE LIMITED omveer.singh@hyveg.com INDIA

209 SINGH VIJENDER ACSEN HYVEG PRIVATE LIMITED v.singh@hyveg.com INDIA

210 SINGH SUKHDEEP HZPC RESEARCH B.V. sukhdeep.singh@hzpc.com NETHERLANDS

211 SIRISOM THANEE MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY NAKHON SAWAN CAMPUS thanees2011@hotmail.com THAILAND

212 SKINNER JEFFREY BASF jeff.skinner@vegetableseeds.basf.com UNITED STATES

213 SKONECZKA JEFF HM CLAUSE jeff.skoneczka@hmclause.com UNITED STATES

214 SMIT SANDRA WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH sandra.smit@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

215 STOL WILLEM WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY AND RESEARCH willem.stol@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

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216 STRICKLER SUZY BOYCE THOMPSON INSTITUTE suzy.strickler@gmail.com UNITED STATES

217 STRUSS DARUSH EAST WEST SEED darush.struss@eastwestseed.com THAILAND

218 STURRE MARCEL ENZA ZADEN m.sturre@enzazaden.es SPAIN

219 SUDERSHAN KRISHNA VALLABHANENI MAHINDRA AGRI SOLUTIONS LTD krishna.vallabhaneni@mahindra.com INDIA

220 SULTANA SALINA LAL TEER SEED LIMITED salina.sultana@multimodebd.com BANGLADESH

221 SUN LIANG CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY liang_sun@cau.edu.cn CHINA

222 SUN CHUANLONG INSTITUTE OF GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL sunchuanlong@genetics.ac.cn CHINA


BIOLOGY, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

223 SUNARTI SRI WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH sri.sunarti@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

224 SUPARATTANAKUL PHISAPHORN PEPSI-COLA (THAI) TRADING CO.,LTD. Phisaphorn.Suparattanakul@pepsico.com THAILAND

225 SWINNEN GWEN VIB-UGENT CENTER FOR PLANT SYSTEMS BIOLOGY gwswi@psb.ugent.be BELGIUM

226 TAI HELEN AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD CANADA helen.tai@agr.gc.ca CANADA

227 TAKESHITA SHIMPEI SANATECH SEED CO., LTD sinpei@aaaphj.co.jp JAPAN

228 TANGPHATSORNRUANG SITHICHOKE NATIONAL CENTER FOR GENETIC ENGINEERING sithichoke.tan@biotec.or.th THAILAND
AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

229 TANGWONGKIT BORPIT KASETSART UNIVERSITY mr.borpit@gmail.com THAILAND

230 TAWEEKIJ CHANIN NOVARTIS CROP PROTECTION THAILAND LTD chanin.taweekij@syngenta.com THAILAND

231 TAYLOR MARK THE JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE mark.taylor@hutton.ac.uk UNITED KINGDOM

232 TECLE ISAAK YOSIEF CORNELL UNIVERSIT iyt2@cornell.edu UNITED STATES

233 THABCHAN RATCHADAPORN CHUNG KUAN SEED CO., LTD. mamckseed@gmail.com THAILAND

234 THACHAROEN TUREAN MAEJO UNIVERSITY tureanpp@gmail.com THAILAND

235 THAMMAIAH SHASHIKUMAR ACSEN HYVEG PRIVATE LIMITED shashikumar.kt@hyveg.com INDIA


KADANAPURADODDI

236 THAOWANDEE AROON SAKATA SIAM SEED CO.,LTD aroon-t@sakatasiam.co.th THAILAND

237 THUMDEE SIWAPORN FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, sthumdee@gmail.com THAILAND


CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY

238 TIKOO SURINDER KUMAR TIERRA SEED SCIENCE PVT LTD suren@tierraseedscience.com INDIA

239 TOKI SEIICHI THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF stoki@affrc.go.jp JAPAN


AGROBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (NIAS)

240 TONGYOO PUMIPAT KASETSART UNIVERSITY pumipat.ton@ku.th THAILAND

241 UMEMOTO NAOYUKI RIKEN CSRS naoyuki.umemoto@riken.jp JAPAN

242 USADEL BJOERN RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY usadel@bio1.rwth-aachen.de GERMANY

243 VALLABHANENI SUDERSHAN KRISHNA MAHINDRA AGRI SOLUTIONS LTD krishna.vallabhaneni@mahindra.com INDIA

244 VAN BERS NIKKIE GENETWISTER TECHNOLOGIES B.V. info@genetwister.nl NETHERLANDS

245 VAN DER STRAETEN DOMINIQUE GHENT UNIVERSITY dominique.vanderstraeten@ugent.be BELGIUM

246 VAN DEYNZE ALLEN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS avandeynze@ucdavis.edu UNITED STATES

247 VAN DINGENEN JUDITH MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR vandingenen@mpimp-golm.mpg.de GERMANY
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

248 VAN LEEUWEN KATHARINA EAST WEST SEED karina.vanleeuwen@eastwestseed.com THAILAND

249 VELUSWAMY ARAVINTHA KUMAR NAMDHARI SEEDS PVT LTD aravinth@namdhariseeds.com INDIA

250 VERES ANIKO SZENT ISTVAN EGYETEM INSTITUTE OF GENETICS, veres.aniko@mkk.szie.hu HUNGARY
MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

251 VERMA BHANU PRATAP NATH BIO-GENES (I) LTD bpverma@nathseeds.com INDIA

252 VISSCHERS ISABELLA RADBOUD UNIVERSITY i.visschers@science.ru.nl NETHERLANDS

253 VOLPIN HANNE DANZIGER INNOVATIONS LTD. hanne.volpin FRANCE


@danziger-innovations.com
254 VOSMAN BEN WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH ben.vosman@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

255 VOSSEN JACK WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH jack.vossen@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

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256 WAHYUDI ANUNG POLITEKNIK NEGERI LAMPUNG AND SHIZUOKA anung@polinela.ac.id JAPAN
UNIVERSITY JAPAN

257 WANG TAOTAO HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY ttwang@mail.hzau.edu.cn CHINA

258 WANG SHAOHUI PLANT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, wangshaohui@bua.edu.cn CHINA
BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE

259 WANG ZHENGMING UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE zw288@cam.ac.uk UNITED KINGDOM

260 WANG RUFANG WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY rufang.wang@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

261 WANGDI THINLEY MAEJO UNIVERSITY thinleywangdi@gmail.com THAILAND

262 WENG LIN INSTITUTE OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY lweng@sibs.ac.cn CHINA


AND ECOLOGY, SIBS, CAS

263 WILLMANN MATTHEW CORNELL UNIVERSITY mrw6@cornell.edu UNITED STATES

264 XIAO KAI CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY xiaok_1993@cau.edu.cn CHINA

265 XIAO YAO CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY xiaoyao1990@cau.edu.cn CHINA

266 XIAO HAN SHANGHAI INSTITUTE OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY hanxiao@sibs.ac.cn CHINA


AND ECOLOGY, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

267 XU QIAN INSTITUTE OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY & ECOLOGY, qxu0719@sibs.ac.cn CHINA


SIBS,CAS

268 YAJAI THITIMA CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY thitima.yajai@gmail.com THAILAND

269 YAMAMOTO EIJI KAZUSA DNA RESEARCH INSTITUTE yame@kazusa.or.jp JAPAN

270 YANG WENCAI CHINA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY yangwencai@cau.edu.cn CHINA

271 YANG EUN YOUNG NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HORTICULTURAL yangyang2@korea.kr SOUTH KOREA
AND HERBAL SCIENCE

272 YANO KENTARO MEIJI UNIVERSITY kyano@isc.meiji.ac.jp JAPAN

273 YANSARASIN SUCHADA ASIA AND PACIFIC SEED ASSOCIATION (APSA) suchada@apsaseed.org THAILAND

274 YE ZHIBIAO HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY zbye@mail.hzau.edu.cn CHINA

275 YOO HEE JU KYUNGPOOK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY yhj901003@knu.ac.kr SOUTH KOREA

276 YOSHIDA MIHO KAGOME CO.,LTD miho_yoshida@kagome.co.jp JAPAN

277 YOU YOUNG GOU NONGWOO SEED INDIA PVT LTD yooyk@nongwoobio.co.kr INDIA

278 YU HUIYANG HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY yuhuiyang1234@126.com CHINA

279 YUCEL ENGIN WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY & RESEARCH engin.yucel@wur.nl NETHERLANDS

280 ZDOBNOV EVGENY UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA evgeny.zdobnov@unige.ch SWITZERLAND

281 ZHAI QINGZHE INSTITUTE OF GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL qzzhai@genetics.ac.cn CHINA


BIOLOGY, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

282 ZHANG XIAOFEN BEIJING VAGETABLE RESEARCH CENTER, zhangxiaofen@nercv.org CHINA


BEIJING ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURE
AND FORESTRY SCIENCES

283 ZHANG HUI HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY 944614708@qq.com CHINA

284 ZHONG SILIN THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG silin.zhong@cuhk.edu.hk HONGKONG

285 ZHOU MING BEIJING VAGETABLE RESEARCH CENTER, zhouming@nercv.org CHINA


BEIJING ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURE
AND FORESTRY SCIENCES

286 ZHOU YUHONG HUAZHONG AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY zyhtom206@163.com CHINA

287 ZHU YINGFANG HENAN UNIVERSITY, KAIFENG CHINA zhu219@purdue.edu UNITED STATES

288 ZHU GUANGTAO CHINESE ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURAL zhuguangtao_solab@163.com CHINA


SCIENCES (CAAS)

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