AGRI GEN RES 068<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources:from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
Presentation Outline <br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industr...
Hazelnut and Almond World Production<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to nov...
Hazelnut and Almond European Production<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to ...
Internal nuts market in Europe <br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel ag...
Crucial issues at the European level<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to nov...
Social value: the case of Hazelnut and Almond<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional us...
SAFENUT Action:  objectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-i...
SAFENUT DATABASE <br />The strategy of the SAFENUT Action<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from tr...
SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
Data acquisition of in situ and ex situ European hazelnut and almond  germplasm collections<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and...
Survey on hazelnut local endangered cultivars conserved on farm.<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: ...
Navelli<br />Survey on hazelnut local endangered cultivars conserved on farm<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic...
SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
Morphological Hazelnut characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to ...
Morphological Almond characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to no...
Italy<br />Spain<br />Turkey<br />Iran<br />Molecular analyses<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: fr...
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1    2  3 4          c1              c2  M1M2M3<br />Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond ge...
Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-...
Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-...
Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-...
SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
Almond Core-collection<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-indust...
SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
Survey on traditional knowledge and social ecological actions<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: fro...
Saving the memory of traditional uses and cultural practices in sustainable agricultural systems<br />Safeguard of hazelnu...
M. LauzierHervé - Chateauneuf du Rhone, Drome (26)
M. Morin Jean-François - Donzere, Drome (26).</li></ul>Two growers in Jouques near Aix-en-Provence<br />Seedlings in soil ...
Dissemination<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial oppo...
SAFENUT Database<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial o...
Information available for “public access” in the SAFENUT database<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources:...
Accessions data<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial op...
SAFENUT impacts on the European nuts area<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses t...
SAFENUT Action: conclusions and perspectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional use...
SAFENUT Action: conclusions and perspectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional use...
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Safenut final presentation - Bacchetta - Dec 02 2010

  1. 1. AGRI GEN RES 068<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources:from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />A project co-fundedby the <br />Commissionof the EuropeanCommunities<br />for the period01.03.2007to30.09.2010<br />in the frameworkofAGRI GEN RES<br />
  2. 2. Presentation Outline <br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Hazelnut and Almond world production<br />Internal nuts market in Europe<br />Scientific strategy<br />Main achievements<br />SAFENUT added-value and impacts on European nuts area <br />Conclusions and perspectives<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  3. 3. Hazelnut and Almond World Production<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />In the last five years the world production of nuts increased more than 20%<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  4. 4. Hazelnut and Almond European Production<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Major EU AlmondProducers Volume MT - ShelledBasis<br />Major EU HazelnutProducers Volume MT - ShelledBasis<br />Source: FAS EuropeOffices<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  5. 5. Internal nuts market in Europe <br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />The per capita consumption of nuts in Greece (17 Kg/year) is the highest in the EU, followed by Spain and Italy.<br />Nutritional value<br />Domestic EU hazelnut and almond production supplies less than 40 % of the local demand, the rest is imported mainly from Turkey and USA.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  6. 6. Crucial issues at the European level<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Disappearance of nut areas could have significant environmental, rural, social and economic consequences.<br />Genetic erosion.<br />Decrease in quality of hand made traditional products<br />As stated in the Report Analysisof the nutsector- EU Commission SEC 2002 797<br />…improvedqualityisoneof the key factors in improving the internationalcompetitivenessof the treenutsector. <br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  7. 7. Social value: the case of Hazelnut and Almond<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Nuts are strongly intertwined with the territory and the people who cultivated them for millennia<br />“Nuts are a traditional crop, grown for centuries…Theyplay a fundamental part in protecting and maintaining the environmental, social and rural balance in many regions”<br />Commissionof the europeancommunities (Sec (2002) 797)<br />Crops at high global index<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  8. 8. SAFENUT Action: objectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />To increase the knowledge of the European hazelnut and almond germplasm (Corylusavellana and Prunusdulci) in order to enhance its characterisation, preservation and utilisation <br />To recover and valorise local endangered germplasm in the traditional productive areas of the Mediterranean basin <br />To enhance the utilization of the germplams through the creation of core collections<br />To strengthen the meaning of genetic resource’s traditional knowledge to raise stakeholders awareness on the values of biodiversity in the framework of the sustainable development. <br />To set up an interactive web database linked with the major thematic international databases and to create a strong European network .<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  9. 9. SAFENUT DATABASE <br />The strategy of the SAFENUT Action<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Hazelnut/Almond genetic resources<br />Centralization of germplasm at the European level<br />Survey on farm conserved genetic resources<br />Rationalization of collections and recovery of new ecotypes<br />Evaluation<br />Biochemical <br />Molecular<br />Morphological<br />Core collection<br />DNA bank<br />Traditional uses and agricultural practices<br />Traditional uses and agricultural practices<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  10. 10. SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />SAFENUT results meet the goals of the AGRI GEN RES program: Re-organizing the conservation of genetic resources <br />Data acquisition on in situ and ex situ partners’ collections. <br />Recovery and valorisation of on farm conserved ecotypes to preserve the maximum genetic diversity. <br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  11. 11. Data acquisition of in situ and ex situ European hazelnut and almond germplasm collections<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />215 cultivars and 58 selections exist in 13 European hazelnut collections among partner Countries. <br />A new collection of 22 hazelnut cultivars was realized in Sicily-Italy<br />180 Almondclones are mantained in collections in Spain, Italy, France and Greece.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  12. 12. Survey on hazelnut local endangered cultivars conserved on farm.<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />A widespread survey was carried out in Spain, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Portugal in order to recover the ‘on farm’ conserved ecotypes at risk of genetic erosion.<br />140 ecotypeswerepre-selected:88 wereconfirmednewgenotypesby SSR marker<br />Italy <br />Spain<br />Slovenia <br />Greece<br />Portugal<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  13. 13. Navelli<br />Survey on hazelnut local endangered cultivars conserved on farm<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Almondclonesrecovered in Abruzzo (Italy):<br />Mandorlone<br />Mandorla Pesca <br />RomparolaPiccola <br />Rotonda Morosina<br />TenerellaPugliese <br />Piatta Cornuta Amara<br />122 old almond cultivars were recovered and updated in the Prunus database<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  14. 14. SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />SAFENUT results meet the goals of the AGRI GEN RES program: Improvement of characterization<br />Harmonisation of primary descriptors.<br />Development of suitable and effective molecular markers for genotype authentication. <br />Definition of the quality and potential uses of the European cultivars.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  15. 15. Morphological Hazelnut characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Harmonization of hazelnut morphological descriptors: <br />selection of 48 specific primary descriptors<br />65 hazelnut traditional cultivars were evaluated for three years<br />Phenology<br />Involucre<br />Color of catkins<br />Tree<br />Nut<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  16. 16. Morphological Almond characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Harmonization of Almond morphological descriptors based on Prunus AGRI GEN RES 061: <br />selection of 15 specific primary descriptors<br />68 almond recovered cultivars were evaluated<br />Fruit characters<br />Tree characters<br />Phenology<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  17. 17. Italy<br />Spain<br />Turkey<br />Iran<br />Molecular analyses<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Genetic profiles of Hazelnut accessions obtained at 10 SSR were elaborated and compared with database at DCA-UNITO <br />Analysis of the Almond genetic diversity by SSR molecular markers<br />Geneticstructureamonggene pools<br />25 selected SSR markers have been identified in the Prunus reference map covering 8 groups of the genome.<br />240 almond genotypes have been identified with DNA markers.<br />275 almond genotypes have been genotyped for the co-dominant S gene (self-incompatibility gene).<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  18. 18. 60<br />50<br />40<br />30<br />20<br />10<br />0<br />France<br />Greece<br />Italy<br />Portugal<br />Slovenia<br />Spain<br />Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />FATTY acids and tocopherol analysis<br />Variabilityoffattyacidscontent in 110 hazelnutaccessions<br />(3 yearsaverage)<br />Variability of fatty acids content in hazelnut accessions from 6 European Countries<br />Total content<br />Oleic acid<br />Linoleic acid<br />Alpha-tocopherol<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  19. 19. 1 2 3 4 c1 c2 M1M2M3<br />Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />FATTY acids and tocopherol analysis<br />Study of nucleotide variability of Δ12 desaturase gene.<br />Cloning and characterizationof the 5’ and sequenceof fad2-gene fragments<br />The fad2 gene encodes the microsomalΔ12 desaturase<br />PhD in Agrobiodiversity<br />GERMOPLASM PRESERVATION AND QUALITY EXPLOITATION OF LOCAL HAZELNUT GENETIC RESOURCES IN TYPICAL AREAS OF CULTIVATION <br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  20. 20. Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />FATTY acids and tocopherolanalysis: Hazelnut<br />Great variability of 13 phenolic compounds determined in 53 hazelnut and almond European cultivars from 7 cultivation areas.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  21. 21. Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />FATTY acids and tocopherolanalysis: Almond<br />Great variability of 13 phenolic compounds determined in 53 hazelnut and almond European cultivars from 7 cultivation areas.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  22. 22. Biochemical characterization<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Protein and minerals analysis<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  23. 23. SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />SAFENUT results meet the goals of the AGRI GEN RES program: Enhancement of the utilization of genetic resources <br />Establishment of a core collection: a useful tool to improve the utilization of genetic resources.<br />The Database development: an efficient and timely device for the dissemination of germplasm information and, therefore, its utilization. <br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  24. 24. Almond Core-collection<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Italy<br />Avola<br />Tuono<br />Genco<br />Cristomorto<br />Slovenia<br />Saret<br />Horvat 23<br />Gregl9 <br />Gregl10<br />Spain<br />Marcona<br />DesmayoLargueta<br />Ramillete<br />Cartayera<br />Planetade les Garrigues<br />Arguayo-1<br />Garrigues<br />Bertina<br />France<br />Fournatde Brézenaud<br />Bartre<br />Fourcouronne<br />Belle d’Aurons<br />Languedoc<br />Greece<br />Retsou<br />Tsotilioou<br />Ag.Dimitrios 2<br />Siastika 1<br />Betlu<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  25. 25. SAFENUT Results<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />SAFENUT results meet the goals of the AGRI GEN RES program: Recovery of traditional knowledge and rising public awareness<br /> Survey on traditional exhibitions at European level<br /> Recovery of local uses and agricultural practices<br /> interaction with stakeholders to rise public awareness<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  26. 26. Survey on traditional knowledge and social ecological actions<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Survey on the existing fruit exhibitions in Europe. <br />Booklet on: “Hazelnut and AlmondEuropeanFestivals”<br />Savingthe memory of traditional uses and cultural practices in sustainable agricultural systems<br />Two questionnaires:For the students: to promote the importance of safeguard of genetic resources - 2097 questionnaires<br /> For the farmers: to compare the social, economic, technical issues on almond and hazelnut crops at the European level - 75 Farms<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  27. 27. Saving the memory of traditional uses and cultural practices in sustainable agricultural systems<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Three almond growers accepted to plant orchards with old French cultivars:<br /><ul><li>M. Morin Eric - Bourret, Lot et Garonne (82)
  28. 28. M. LauzierHervé - Chateauneuf du Rhone, Drome (26)
  29. 29. M. Morin Jean-François - Donzere, Drome (26).</li></ul>Two growers in Jouques near Aix-en-Provence<br />Seedlings in soil in March 2008<br />After 6 months <br />Grafting in September 2008<br />Trees in June 2010 <br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  30. 30. Dissemination<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Interplay with EUROPEAN Projects on communication<br />Publications<br />SAFENUT website<br />http://safenut.casaccia.enea.it<br />Scientific Papers<br />Conference proceedings<br />Magazines<br />Newspapers<br />RELATE Project REsearchLAbs for TEaching journalists<br />EU-funded project aimed at bridging the gap between science and society (http://relateproject.eu/)<br />DESIRE_NETDevelopment and Sustainability with International Renewable Energies network<br />(http://www.desire-net.enea.it/)<br />DESERTARTEEducation, training and awareness of young generations to the desertification related issues<br />(http://www.desertarte.enea.it)<br />SAFENUT DATABASE<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  31. 31. SAFENUT Database<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />LinkedwithPrunus AGRI GEN RES database<br />Tobeincluded in the ECP/GR network <br />http://www.safenut.net<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  32. 32. Information available for “public access” in the SAFENUT database<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />List of contributors<br />List of curators<br />List and location of ex situin situ European collections<br />List of old endangered accessions<br />List of Nut Exhbition in Europe<br />Passport data: from Multicrop Passport descriptors (Biodiversity International)<br />Specific descriptors: harmonized descriptor for hazelnut,<br />Pictures <br />Information on biochemical data, molecular markers (type, number, allele number).<br />Query and view accession, download data in xml format<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  33. 33. Accessions data<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Passport data, specific descriptors<br />and other information<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  34. 34. SAFENUT impacts on the European nuts area<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />Contribute to increase nut production competitiveness in European Countries (Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, France, Slovenia)<br />Improve local economies by the valorisation of on farm maintained traditional cultivars<br />Enlarge the genepools<br />Add plus value to recover traditional memory for future generation.<br />Make available relevant information on the conservation, characterization, collection and utilization of nuts genetic resources to other Member States, the Community and, at the international level, particularly to Developing Countries.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  35. 35. SAFENUT Action: conclusions and perspectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />The SAFENUT Action represents an important opportunity to share, in a more efficient manner, the hazelnut and almond European genetic resources by meeting the EU goal on halting the loss of biodiversity.<br />The definition of the core collections will allow to gather information on traits of economic importance promoting new economic opportunities. <br />The SAFENUT work on traditional knowledge contributes to increase the public awareness on the importance of safeguarding old endangered cultivars that could be irremediably lost.<br />The communication and dissemination of the SAFENUT Action paved the way to new synergies and interactions with other programs and project, at the National and European level (http://safenut.casaccia.enea.it/).<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  36. 36. SAFENUT Action: conclusions and perspectives<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />About the perspectives……<br />The AGRI GEN RES Program plays a strategic role in the conservation, characterization and utilization of genetic resources in agriculture. It is the only European Program that has supported, through international collaboration, the coordination among national and regional initiatives. <br />Still, the fulfillment of the several issues related to nuts’ genetic resources is incomplete, particularly on breeding and diseases, promotion and integration of databases, involvement of partners outside of EU border. This Action should represent the first step towards an effective management and valorization of nuts’ European germplasm, and the fundament for a wider strategy on nuts’ genetic resources.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  37. 37. Research Groups involved in the SAFENUT Action<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />ENEA (Italy)<br />AraminiM., BernardiniC., CaneseS., Di Giovanni B., MassiniG., TronciC., Padovani L.,Tosini C. , Bacchetta L.<br />PI NAGREF (Greece)<br />Pantelidis G., Drogoudi P.<br />Univerza v Ljubljani, BiotehniskaFakulteta (Slovenia) <br />PliberšekT., Jurhar J., Veberič R., Vrhovnik I., Solar A.<br />CRAB (Italy)<br />Di Giammatteo V., Spera D. <br />Istituto Sperimentale per la Frutticoltura (Italy)<br />Vaccaro A., De Salvador R., Avanzato D. <br />CITA- Zaragoza (Spain) <br />Alonso J. M., Kodad O., FernándeziMartí À., Espiau M. T., MateoA., Ansón J. M., Frontera O., Búbal J., Socias R.<br />DCA-Universita' degli Studi di Torino (Italy) <br />Botta. R., Boccacci P., Calizzano F., Valentini N., Caviglione M., Torello Marinoni  D. <br />IRTA- Mas de Bover (Spain) <br />Tous J., Romero A., Aramburu J., Rovira M.<br />SERIDA-Villaviciosa (Spain) <br />Ferreira J. José <br />UTAD (Portugal)<br />Carrnide V., Álvares dos Santos A., Gonçalves B. M., Bacelar E. A., Carvalho R. P., PiresR. S., Silva A. P.<br />INRA (France)<br />Duval H.<br />ISPOT NAGREF (Greece)<br />GiannakakiA., Mezidakis I.<br />ANPN (France)<br />Sarraquigne J. P.<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />
  38. 38. Thank you!<br />Safeguard of hazelnut and almond genetic resources: from traditional uses to novel agro-industrial opportunities<br />SAFENUT Partners<br />AGRI GEN RES 068 SAFENUT FinalPresentation – Brussels, December 2 2010 <br />

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