Guidelines for Poster Presentations


The posters will be placed in the lobby in front of the Degas Conference Room (Level -2).

The Poster Sessions is scheduled for: Friday: 21th September,  15:45-18:00

Authors are kindly asked to be present by their posters and discuss presented content during Poster session.

Refreshments are provided during the session.


The maximum poster size is 90 cm wide x 140 cm high (portrait style).


Posters should be put on the boards on Wednesday (19th September). Double-sided adhesive tape and binder clips to fix posters on the board will be supplied.

Posters will be presented throughout the Congress, until  Friday, 21th September.
Please remove posters from the board on Friday, 21th September till 19:00.

After this time, posters left behind will be removed and destroyed by the organizers.


Thank you for sending the abstract. Please note that you are also obliged to prepare and send a full paper (up to 8 pages) – via Rosa System.

Deadline for full paper submission: 19th September 2018.  


The poster boards are numbered. Posters must be set up according to the number listed below.

 Title, authors
Scientific Session 1: Genetics and genomics
PS-1.1.QTL mapping of anthocyanin pigment traits in the carrot root phloem and xylem tissues | F. Bannoud, S. Ellison, D. Senalik, M. Fanzone, T. Horejsi, J. Da Peña Hamparsomián, M. Iorizzo, P. Simon and P. Cavagnaro
PS-1.2.Digenic control of vernalization requirement in carrot (Daucus carota L.) | J. Wohlfeiler, S. Alessandro, P. Cavagnaro and C. Galmarini

Using CRISPR/Cas9 to produce haploid inducers of carrot through targeted mutations of centromeric histone H3 (CENH3) |

F. Dunemann, K. Unkel and T. Sprink 

PS-1.4.Comparative analysis of selected repetitive sequences on chromosomes in the genus Daucus using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) | D. Kadluczka, A.Macko-Podgorni, M. Iovene and E. Grzebelus
PS-1.5.Miniature Inverted Repeat Transposable Elements (MITEs) in the carrot genome | D. Grzebelus and A. Macko-Podgórni
Scientific Session 2: Phylogeny, diversity and domestication
PS-2.1.Assessment of genetic diversity for root anthocyanin composition and phenolic
content in purple carrots | F. Bannoud, J. Da Peña Hamparsomián, M. Insani, V. Chamorro, A. Pazos, M. Belén Pérez, M. Yildiz, M. Iorizzo, P. Simon and P. Cavagnaro
PS-2.2.Improved genepool for annual caraway (Carum carvi L.) | T. Nothnagel, D. Becker, A. Krähmer, G. Gudi, B. Zeiger and W. Junghanns
PS-2.3.Collaboration within the French Daucus Network: a public-private partnership for the preservation of the genetic resources | J. Sacre, L. Barrot, R. Prieur and E. Geoffriau 

Apiaceae in Polish herbal manuscripts of 16-18th centuries - an ethnopharmacological study | A. Sekara, G. Caruso, R. Pokluda,

A. Mehrafarin, A. Kalisz and R. Gruszecki, 

PS-2.5.Multithreaded role of Apiaceae vegetables through Polish history | R. Gruszecki, G. Caruso, R. Pokluda, M. Walasek and A. Sekara
PS-2.6.From material to spiritual resources - Apiaceae in Polish folk culture | R. Gruszecki and A. Sekara
PS-2.7.Genomic diversity in old and recent carrot varieties and breeding populations in a Japanese seed company | T. Shibaya, C. Kuroda, T. Fujii, S. Nakayama, C. Minami, K. Shirasawa and S. Isobe

The structure of genetic variance of the population of western-type carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus var. sativus) | K. Stelmach

and D. Grzebelus


Genotype x environment interaction and stability of root shape assessed in carrot genetic resources | K. Stelmach, R. Baranski

and D. Grzebelus

Scientific Session 3: Resistances to abiotic and biotic stresses

What determines the physiological effect of smoke on germination of Apiacae seeds? | R. Baczek-Kwinta 


Umbel browning and stem necrosis on carrot seed crop in France: characterization of the fungal pathogen, seed testing and control methods | J. Gombert, F. Bastide, I. Sérandat, P. Poupard, E. Morel, V. Grimault, P. Brandeis, P. Guillermin, P. Simoneau and E. Laurent

PS-3.3.Mineral balance and biochemical changes in carrot plants under salt stress | A. Lukasiewicz, S. Smolen, I. Kaminska, M. Klimek-Chodacka and R. Baranski
PS-3.4.Resistance screening in progenies of carrot wild relatives x carrot breeding lines
to the northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla) and histological characterization of plant-nematode interaction | T. Nothnagel, H. Budahn, N. Eidel, P. Yu and S. Zhang
PS-3.5.Determining the molecular and metabolic mechanisms that underpin the blackening phenomenon in cut carrots | K. Schulz
Technical Session 2: Crop protection
PT-2.1.Evaluation of biocontrol solutions against Pythium of carrot in the field |S. Bellalou and C. Beasse 
PT-2.2.The effect of selected preparations on parsley health during the growing season| J. Nawrocki, M. Machura and S. Mazur
PT-2.3.The effect of some biological and biotechnical preparations on the healthiness of parsley roots during harvest and after storage period | J. Nawrocki, M. Machura and S. Mazur
PT-2.4.Attractiveness of some Apiaceae flowers for Syrphidae (Diptera) ' pollinators and biotic agents | E. Wojciechowicz-Zytko
Technical Session 3: Cultivation and post-harvest techniques

Yield and quality responses of new celeriac (Apium graveolens var. rapaceum) cultivars to organic field management | I. Swiatkiewicz

and P. Siwek