FruitBreedomics 1st Annual meeting 20120208 Presentation of Rosbreed major outcomes

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  • FruitBreedomics 1st Annual meeting 20120208 Presentation of Rosbreed major outcomes

    1. 1. Cornell MSU Susan BrownAmy Iezzoni (PD) Kenong Xu Jim Hancock Dechun Wang Clemson Cholani Weebadde Ksenija Gasic Gregory Reighard Univ. of Arkansas John Clark Texas A&M WSU USDA-ARS Cameron Peace Dave Byrne Nahla Bassil Dorrie Main Gennaro Fazio Univ. of CA-Davis Kate Evans Univ. of Minnesota Jim Luby Chad Finn Tom Gradziel Karina GallardoRaymond Jussaume Chengyan Yue Plant Research Intl, Carlos Crisosto Vicki McCracken NetherlandsNnadozie Oraguzie Oregon State Univ. Eric van de Weg Univ. of New Hamp. Mykel Taylor Alexandra Stone Marco Bink Tom Davis
    2. 2. International CollaboratorsPlant Research International, NetherlandsEast Malling Research, UK Andres Bello University, ChileCRA-FRU, Rome, Italy Plant & Food Research, New ZealandIASMA, Trento, Italy ARC, South AfricaINRA (Bordeaux, Avignon, Angers), France RosBREED participant location + 2 Scientific Advisory Panel members (Spain, New Zealand)
    3. 3. Bridging the Chasm!
    4. 4. The RosBREED ApproachSocio-economics information DNA information
    5. 5. RosBREED’s “Work Packages” (5 Objs)1) Enhance new cultivar adoption, enlarge market potential, increase consumption = socio-economics knowledge of trait values2) Establish sustainable infrastructure for MAB in Rosaceae = genome scanning capability, new QTLs (“jewels”)3) Integrate socio-econ and genomics resources into breeding = pedigree-based breeding information management system4) Conduct MAB in demo breeding programs, fruit quality focus = MAB implementation5) Enhance sustainability of cultivar development = tech transfer to more breeders & engage other stakeholders
    6. 6. “Jewels in the Genome” - discovering, polishing, applying QTL discovery MAB Pipelining Breeding(looks promising...) (polishing...) (assembling into masterpieces)
    7. 7. SNP Genome ScansIllumina Infinium® arrays:Peach: 9K Apple: 8K Cherry: 6K Genotype obtained for screened sweet cherry germplasm SNP failed
    8. 8. Reference Germplasm Minnesota BP Set (n=160) CROPWashington Any breeder’s BREEDING BP Set REFERENCE PEDIGREE additional (n=160) SET SETS data n=480 New York BP Set (n=160)
    9. 9. Jewel DiscoverySNPgenome scans PBAStandardizedphenotypic data
    10. 10. Socio-Economics Surveys (example for apple) Washington Michigan Market Breeders Producers Producers Intermediaries Fruit flavor 43 41 23 Fruit crispness 15 23 10 Exterior color 26 Fruit firmness 6 7 5 Shelf life at retail 7 7 3 Sweetness/soluble solids 6 7 3 Sugar/acid balance 9 7 External appearance 13 No storage disorders 7 4 Disease resistance 2 5 Storage life 5 Other fruit quality attributes 2 3 Size 3 Juiciness 2 Tartness Shape Phytonutrient Aroma% of respondents 0 20 40 60 80 100
    11. 11. Pedigree-Based Breeding Information Management System for MAB
    12. 12. Databasing RosBREED Information: The GDR uploading data downloading data analyses reports/descriptions
    13. 13. MAB Successes So Far Two Jewels in routine use New generations enriched WSU apple & sweet for favourable alleles cherry breeding programs est. $80K saved from 2011 cherry seedling culling alone!
    14. 14. Future Funding...200920102011 -crops?20122013 -traits?2014 -approaches?20152016 -resources?2017 -partners?20182019202020212022
    15. 15. Cornell MSU Susan BrownAmy Iezzoni (PD) Kenong Xu Jim Hancock Dechun Wang Clemson Cholani Weebadde Ksenija Gasic Gregory Reighard Univ. of Arkansas John Clark Texas A&M WSU USDA-ARS Cameron Peace Dave Byrne Nahla Bassil Dorrie Main Gennaro Fazio Univ. of CA-Davis Kate Evans Univ. of Minnesota Jim Luby Chad Finn Tom Gradziel Karina GallardoRaymond Jussaume Chengyan Yue Plant Research Intl, Carlos Crisosto Vicki McCracken NetherlandsNnadozie Oraguzie Oregon State Univ. Eric van de Weg Univ. of New Hamp. Mykel Taylor Alexandra Stone Marco Bink Tom Davis
    16. 16. Cross AssistFind it at:www.rosaceae.org/bt_cross_planning_tool/ca_front_pageor simply on the GDR under “Breeders Toolbox”

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