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14 conditions for distribution peil andreas

  1. 1. WP2 Pre-breeding Availability of material
  2. 2. Partners involved in evaluation and devlopment of material Institution Species Responsible person/contact Email CRA Peach Alessandro Liverani alessandro.liverani@entecra.it INRA Peach Thierry Pascal tpascal@avignon.inra.fr ACW Apple Markus Kellerhals markus.kellerhals@agroscope.admin.ch JKI Apple Andreas Peil andreas.peil@jki.bund.de
  3. 3. Material evaluated during the project - apple Genotyp Traits Pollen Availibilty of seedling material Budwood Leaves MTA Special Conditions Year exp. ACW ACW 18941 FBF7 x x ACW 16956 Rvi2, Rvi6, Pl2 x x ACW 11303 Rvi4,Rvi6 x x ACW 11567 Rvi2, Rvi4 x x ACW 13652 Rvi6, Pl2 x x ACW 18522 Rvi2, Rvi4, Rvi6 x x ACW 16102 Rvi2, Rvi4, Rvi6, Pl1 x x ACW 16924 Rvi4,Rvi6, Pl2, Pld x x ACW 15369 Rvi6, Pl2 x x ACW 12556 Rvi4, Rvi6, Pld, FBF7 x x 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014
  4. 4. Material evaluated during the project - peach Genotyp Traits Availibilty of seedling material Pollen Leaves MTA Budwood Special Conditions Year exp. CRA Gialla Tardiva brown rot tolerance x x x 2014 IFF 1147 mildew resistance x x x 2014 IFF 1148 mildew resistance x x x 2014 IFF 1207 Quality (late, subacid, robust tree) x x x 2014 IFF 1439 mildew resistance x x x 2014 IFF 1590 mildew resistance x x x 2014 IFF 638 brown rot tolerance x x x 2014 IFF 650 brown rot tolerance x x x 2014 MA 25-01-130 mildew resistance x x x 2014 MA 25-03-022 mildew resistance x x x 2014
  5. 5. Material developed during the project - apple Female parent Traits Availibilty of seedling material Male parent Traits Budwood Pollen Leaves Year MTA Special Conditions exp. Crosses 2011 JKI Gala royal Quality A 722-7 Rvi11 x x x 2016 GD Quality A 722-7 Rvi11 x x x 2016 GD Quality ACW8476 Rvi11 Gala Quality Anna low chill Ariwa Pl1, Rvi6 ACW8259 Pl2 x x 2017 Ariwa Pl1, Rvi6 ACW8099 Pl2, Rvi6 x x 2017 GD Quality AA03 2,… Pl1, Pl2, Pld x x 2017 06006/7 Pl1, Pl2, Plmis E6 33,124 Rvi2, Rvi4, Sd1, FbF7 x x 2017 Crosses 2012 JKI x x x x x 2017 2017 Crosses 2013 JKI Regia Api Etoile Fruit shape x x x 2018
  6. 6. Material developed during the project peach Female parent Crosses 2011 S7392 (H. Blaze) Availibilty of seedling material Male parent Traits Traits Budwood Pollen Leaves Year MTA Special Conditions exp. Del Cid (P. dulcis) res. to PPV, green peach aphid. … S2605 (Rubira) Rm2Rm2; YY; dd; GG; GrGr; BC2-C224 powdery mildew res. QTL; yy; gg, … Bolinha res. to Monilinia laxa Bolinha Monilinia laxa; GG, yy, F-M S4577 Crosses 2012 S7392 (H. Blaze) peach leaf curl res.; bfbf S8337 gg; Yy; bfbf x gg; yy, Dd; mat.: early july Bolinha Monilinia laxa; , GG, yy, F-M x x (S7392 x D.C.) res. to green peach aphid (S7392 x D.C.) res. to green peach aphid, mildew x x gg; yy, Dd; mat.: early july x x x x x x x 2015 2015 x 2015 2015 x 2016 2016 2016 Boc 79 DBFdbf; gg; Yy R7 Rm1/rm1; g/g; Y/y; D/d; S*/s* x x C203 brown rot, powdery mildew R7 Rm1/rm1; g/g; Y/y; D/d; S*/s* x x C203 Crosses 2013 brown rot, powdery mildew Bolinha Monilinia laxa; , GG, yy, F-M; x x R7 Rm1/rm1; g/g; Y/y; D/d; S*/s* (S7392 x D.C.) res. to green peach aphid, mildew x x S9390 (S7392 x D.C.) Vr2vr2; Yy; GG; Dd mildew, PPV, ... R7 S7392 x x x 2016 2016 Rm1/rm1; g/g; Y/y; D/d; S*/s* gg; yy, Dd; mat.: early july 2017 2017 x 2017
  7. 7. FruitBreedomics Homepage • complete lists of material are available under: www.fruitbreedomics.com – collaborative workspace → WP2Pre-breeding material → Discussion-Forum → Material for exchange • description of evaluated material available under: www.fruitbreedomics.com – collaborative workspace → Deliverables and Status → Deliverables → D2.1
  8. 8. Availability of material • • one aim of FruitBreedomics: Creation of the European Breeding Transfer Platform which will, by the end of the project, provide fruit breeders with plant material, methodologies and tools availability of material is mentioned in the consortium agreement → Section 9: Access Rights
  9. 9. Availability of material (general considerations) 9.2.9 Transfer of Material Prior to any transfer of material from a party to another party, the parties concerned shall sign a Material Transfer Agreement (MTA),… The receiving party especially undertakes: to use the material trasmitted for the sole purpose(s) expressively authorised … not to use the material outside the laboratory (adress specified in MTA), and not to transfer all or part of thios amterial to any third party … to limit the access to the material to those of ist personnel involved in ist part of project FrutiBreedomics … to handle material in compliance with all national and international laws, regulations and guidelines not to exploit, patent, protect, clain any title, deed or restrictive rights on the material without the proir written permission of ist owner(s) The sending partner does not warrant the sufficiency, accuarcy or fitness for purpose … The receiving party does not acquire any proprietary right on material
  10. 10. Availability of material (general considerations) 9.4.4 In exception of the previous articles, access rights to foreground being plant material created within the framework of … WP2 (hereinafter „PM2“) shall be ruled by the following provisions: 9.4.4.1 Access rights to .. PM2 if needed for use of a partys foreground, at the exception of breeding activities which are adressed hereunder, shall be granted: (i) royalty-free for internal research and education purposes and “(ii) on fair and reasonable conditions for any other use (except breeding)“ 9.4.4.3 Access right for breeding to PM2 Concerning PM2 developed from basic material (hereinafter „PM2a“): PM2a shall include PM2 produced by using a background being a plant material found „as it“ in the nature, or which is not more than two generation from the original donor parent The donor of PM2a shall give on request a non-exclusive and royalty free access rights to other parties and to the member of the stakeholders platform for the use of their PM2a in breeding activities
  11. 11. Availability of material (special considerations) 9.4.4.3 Access right for breeding to PM2 … Concerning PM2 developed from advanced material (hereinafter „PM2b“) PM2b shall include PM2 produced by using a background being a plant material which decends more than two generations from ist original natural donor parent Material derived from the fast-breding (early flowering) approach shall be considered as PM2b material By exception, the ownership of PM2b will be deemed to be in co-ownership of the party having produced the concerned PM2b and of the owner of the backgound used to produce it …. For the parties not involved in WP2 and for any other third party, including those members of the stakeholder platform, the owners of the PM2b will be free to decide of their access rights policy for breeding activities … 9.4.4.4 … the owners of … PM2 and the party or third party requesting the access undertake to sign a separat written agreement (such as a MTA) on the … PM2, in which the terms and the conditions of access will be specified
  12. 12. Availability of material (special considerations) Access to some material is especially restricted due to:  cooperation and contracts to other partners  the input to develop material (e.g. breeding lines with pyramided resistances) The transfer of such material is due to bilateral negotiation PM2 PM2a PM2b MTA MTA – conditions due to bilateral negotiations
  13. 13. Partners involved in evaluation and devlopment of material Institution Species Responsible person/contact Email CRA Peach Alessandro Liverani alessandro.liverani@entecra.it INRA Peach Thierry Pascal tpascal@avignon.inra.fr ACW Apple Markus Kellerhals markus.kellerhals@agroscope.admin.ch JKI Apple Andreas Peil andreas.peil@jki.bund.de
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