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Créer les cépages de demain avec les outils d’aujourd’hui

Abstract : Viticulture is one of the crops with the largest use of pesticides. Moreover viticulture is also impacted by climate change. Among the possible answers to these challenges, the development of new varieties is a possible way. Nowadays, the selection assisted by molecular markers (SAM) presents a great potential in plant breeding programs. In grapevine, SAM is only used to select simple traits (monogenic) as resistance to downy and powdery mildew, Muscat aroma or seedless. However many targeted traits as quality of berries show a complex inheritance (oligogenic or polygenic). In the project, we designed a strategy to speed up grapevine selection of complex traits including new methodologies and scientific knowledge.
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Loic Le Cunff, Agota Fodor, Laurent Audegin, Agnes Doligez, Jean-Pierre Peros, et al.. Créer les cépages de demain avec les outils d’aujourd’hui. Innovations Agronomiques, INRAE, 2015, 46, pp.63-74. ⟨10.15454/1.4622670753648755E12⟩. ⟨hal-02635687⟩



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