Symposium Programme

 

Monday, October the 2nd, 2017

Location: “Leotar” Hotel

13:00 – 17:00 Registration at the place
17:00 – 20:00 Opening session and welcome cocktail(Transfer by bus from hotel to the location)

Tuesday, October the 3rd, 2017

Location: “Leotar” Hotel

08:30 – 09:00 Registration at the place
Section 1: Biology, genetics and breeding; Sustainable use of fruit genetic resources
Introductory lecture:
09:00 – 09:30 The origin of Asian pear cultivars inferred from DNA markers;

Y. Teng, P. Yu, S. Bai and S. Jiang

Oral presentations:
09:30 – 09:45 Identification of new sources for resistance breeding found in Malus orientalis germplasm collected in the northern Caucasus;

H. Flachowsky, M. Y. Omasheva, A. Peil, M. Höfer, M.V. Hanke

09:45 – 10:00 Atypical pollen tubes growth in the ovary of the ‘Pozna Plava’ plum cultivar;

M. Ðordevic, R. Cerovic, S. Radicevic, N. Miloševic,

I. Glišic, S. Maric, M. Lukic

10:00 – 10:15 Identification of ACS1, ACO1 and ETR1 alleles in some indigenous apple genotypes;

S. Maric, S. Radicevic, M. Lukic, M. Ðordevic, I. Glišic

10:15 – 10:30 Wild fruit trees in the forest park of Starcevica, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

M. Antic, G. Ðuric, B. Bosancic

10:30 – 11:30 Coffee break and poster viewing
11:30 – 12:00 Discussion on oral and poster presentations (section 1)

 

Section 2: How climate change is affecting fruit culture in silk road countries
Introductory lecture:
12:00 – 12:30 Fruit genetic resources and challenges of climate changes;

Sezai Ercisli

Oral presentations:
12:30 – 12:45 Spatiotemporal analysis of long-term (1961–2010) changes of temperature extremes in Serbia;M. Ruml, E. Gregoric, G. Matovic, M. Vujadinovic, A. Vukovic
12:45 -13.00 Utilization value of genus Sorbus in Croatia and its potential enhancement;

V. Židovec, N. Jeran, D. Dujmovic-Purgar, A. Mešic, A. Vokurka, B. Duralija

13:00 – 13:15 Evaluation of selected cultivars of almond on the GF677 rootstock in drought stress condition;S. Piri, K. P. Afshar
13:15 -13:30 Evaluation of model for maturing prediction in apricot cultivars

M. Ruml, D. Milatovic

13:30- 14:00 Discussion on oral and poster presentations (section 2)
14:00 – 15:30 Lunch

 

Section 3: Economic and social impact of the fruit culture in the silk road countries;

Traditional uses of fruits in relation with health and nutrient traits

Introductory lectures:
15:30 – 16:00 Back to underutilized fruit crops in some East Mediterranean countriesalong the Silk Roads to cope with future challenges;

L. Chalak, S. Baydoun and J. Tous

Oral presentations:
16:00 – 16:15 Fruit trees (and other economically important plants) in the writings of Arab travellers of the Silk Road

Mohammad S. Al-Zein

16:15 – 16:30 Economic and financial analysis of raising and planting 141 ha of Maraska cherry (Prunus cerasus L. var. Marasca) in Dalmatia;

M. Cagalj,  T. Klepo, M. Radunic, J. Gugic, F. Strikic

16:30– 17:00 Coffee break and poster viewing
17:15 – 17:30 The Importance and Practice of Selection Breeding in Walnut

S. Mehmet SEN, T. Karadeniz, F. Ekmel Tekintas, S. Muhammad

17:30 – 17:45 Hazel cultivation in Bosnia and Herzegovina;

N. Micic, P. Ilic, G. Ðuric

17:45–18:15 Discussion on oral and poster presentations (section 3)
18:15–19:30 Free time
19:30 – Dinner

 

Note: All poster presentations from these three Symposium Sections will be exhibited near the location of oral presentations and available for discussion on Symposium intermissions.

 

 

Wednesday, October the 4th, 2017

Location: “Leotar” Hotel

 

Section 4: Orchard systems – cultivars, rootstocks, cultural practices, training systems
Introductory lecture
08:30 – 09:00 Intensive apple fruit production in Caucasian Mountain regions;

F. Štampar, V. Schmitzer

Oral presentations:
09:00 – 09:15 Evaluation of growth and productivity of some European plum cultivars;

D. Milatovic, D. Ðurovic, G. Zec

09:15 – 09:30 Response of hydroponically-grown strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) plants to different ratios of K:Mg in the nutrient solution;

N. Adak

09:30 – 09:45 The effects of drying temperature and dipping on prune quality;

O. Mitrovic, B. Popovic, M. Kandic, A. Leposavic, N. Miletic

09:45 – 10:00 Meta-analysis of hail netting effect on fruit firmness in Fuji apple;

B. Bosancic, M. Pecina, N. Micic

10:00 – 11:00 Coffee break and poster viewing
11:00 – 11:30 Discussion on oral and poster presentations (section 4)

 

Section 5: Pollination and pollinatorsand Phytosanitary issues in fruit culture
Introductory lectures:
11:30 – 12:00 Volatiles as a cue in early detection of completive neighbors – the processes with effects on tritrophic interactions;

V. Ninkovic, D. Markovic and I. Dahlin

12:00 – 12:30 Implementation of Sustainable Use of Pesticides and IPM in Mediterranean Countries – Challenges and Perspectives;

A. Santomauro

Oral presentations:
12:30 – 12:45 Effect of Different Pollen Sources in Quality and Quantity of Pomegranate Fruits (Punica granatum cv. Malas Yazdi);

R. Nikkhah

12:45 – 13:00 The certification programs of fruit propagating material in Italy, EU and Mediterranean countries: state of the art and future prospective;

L. Catalano, M. Digiaro, P. Giorgetti

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
Oral presentations:
14:30 – 14:45 Biological control by entomopathogenic nematodes in Bosnia and Herzegovina;

B. Nježic, P. Nikolic, G. Ðuric, G. Ðuric, R. U. Ehlers

14:45 – 15:00 Biological Control Against Spider mites in Strawberry Greenhouses in Turkey;

N. Topakci, N. Adak

15:00 – 15:15 The effectiveness of biological and chemical fungicides in peach orchards in Crimea;

S. Tsiupka, E. Balykina, O. Ivanova, O. Fedorova, D. Korzh

15:15 – 15:30 Drosophila suzukii: a new pest for fruit trees and its management strategies;

N. Topakci, U. Yükselbaba

15:30 – 15:45 Use of a plastic rain-shield reduces grey mould (Botrytis cinerea Pers.) in blackberry Cacanska Bestrna;

Ž. Karaklajic-Stajic, R. Miletic, J. Tomic, M. Pešakovic, S. M. Paunovic, M. Milinkovic

 

15:45 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 16:15 Spreading of Aleurocanthus spiniferus (Quaintance) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in coastal area of Montenegro;

S. Radonjic, S. Hrncic

16:15 – 16:30 Fig viruses in Bosnia and Herzegovina;

D. Delic, T. Elbeaino, B. Lolic, G. Ðuric

16:30 – 16:45 Evaluation of promising plum (Prunus domestica L.) genotypes for the resistance to causal agents of the most important diseases;

I. S. Glišic, S. A. Paunovic, D. Milatovic, D. Jevremovic, N. Miloševic

16:45 – 17:15 Discussion on oral and poster presentations (section 5)
17:15 – 18:15 Students awards and Symposium closing
19:30 – 00:00 Social dinner

 

Note: All poster presentations from these three Symposium Sections will be exhibited near the location of oral presentations and available for discussion on Symposium intermissions.

 

Thursday, 5 October the 5th2017 –  Technical tour

(vineyards, wineries, orchards and cultural heritage of Herzegovina region)

Friday, 6 October the 6th 2017 – Touristic tour

(Vjetrenica cave, medieval necropolis Radimlja, Mostar and its surroundings)

 


A LIST OF POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Monday, October the 2nd, 2017

 

Poster code Section The author(s) of poster presentation The title of poster presentation
01 1 S. Khokhlov, V. Melnikov,

E. Panyushkina

Polymorphism study of local walnut population
02 1 T. Vujovic, Ð. Ružic,

R. Cerovic

Cryopreservation of apple shoot tips by vitrification and subsequent plant regeneration
03 1 A. Smykov Phenotypic evaluation of peach seedlings after exposure of the seeds to gamma radiation
04 1 V. Brailko, O. Mitrofanova, N. Lesnikova-Sedoshenko, S. Chelombit, E. Shishkina, I. Mitrofanova Structural features of vegetative organs in some in vitro cultured Ficus carica L, used for dried fruit production
05 1 S. Radicevic, S. Maric, R. Cerovic, M. Ðordevic Investigation of S-Incompatibility Breakdown in ‘Karina’ Sweet Cherry
06 1 V. Korzin A study on the evaluation of interspecific hybrids between Prunus armeniaca and P. brigantina in Nikita Botanical Garden
07 1 S. Sedaghathoor, S. P. Pireivatlou Study on self and cross incompatibility among the new and local commercial Prunus avium cultivars
08 1 A. Smykov The peach radio-mutants promising for the use in horticulture
09 1 T. Jovanovic-Cvetkovic, N. Micic Uvometric characteristics of two Herzegovinian indigenous variety “Žilavka” and “Radovaca”
10 1 V.M. Gorina, L.A. Lukicheva Morphological and biological features

of cherry-plum hybrids

11 1 E. Shishkina, I. Chernobay,

T. Litvinova

Productivity mechanism of Zizyphus jujuba Mill

and Feijoa Sellowiana Berg.

 

12 2 K. Lepaja, E. Kullaj, L. Lepaja, A. Zajmi Effect of PRD on raspberry cultivation in pots
13 2 I. Ivashchenko, Y. Ivashchenko, S. Tsiupka Evaluation photosynthetic activity of olive

leaves in Crimean conditions

14 2 A. Smykov,  I. Ivashchenko, Y. Ivashchenko, O. Fedorova Evaluation of peach cultivars leaf apparatus resistance to water deficit according to photosynthetic system condition
15 2 A. Smykov, O. Fedorova, I. Ivashchenko, Y. Ivashchenko,

N. Mesyats

Variation of photo activity of peach cultivars during the dehydration process in leaves

 

16 3 G. Ðuric, S. Stanivukovic,

G. Micic, N. Micic

Evaluation of cornelian cherry in Drvar Valley, Bosnia and Herzegovina
17 3 T. Latsko Potential of peach genetic resources in the steppe Crimea
18 3 L. D. Komar-Tyomnaya, E. V. Dunaevskaya, V. M. Gorina Comparative analysis of the essential elements content in the Chaenomeles and apricot fruits
19 3 L. D. Komar-Tyomnaya The chemical compositions and quality of fruits in Chaenomeles breeding forms
20 3 E. Ostroukhova, I. Peskova,

S. Levchenko

The phenolic antioxidants of red wines from the South coast zone of Crimea: the role of the grape cultivar
21 3 S. Levchenko, V. Likhovskoi, V. Volynkin, I. Vasylyk Phenolic Compounds in the Crimean Autochthonous Grape Cultivars
22 3 N. Adak, A. Nasircilar,

K. Ulukapi

The effects of putrescine on pomology, yield and biochemical characteristics of strawberry plants under deficit irrigation
23 3 M. Kajkut-Zeljkovic,

N. Ševic, G. Ðuric

Morphological characterization of indigenous varieties of plums in the in-situ conditions
24 3 D. Clapa, A. Fira, O. Borsai, M. Harta, C. Sisea, A. Dumitras,

D. Pamfil

Lycium barbarum L. – a new cultivated species in Romania
25 3 O. Borsai, D. Clapa, A. Fira, M. Harta, K. Szabo, A. Dumitras, D. Pamfil In vitro Propagation of Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.) Elliott
26 3 H. Dogan Fruit characteristics of rose species in Turkey
27 3 M. M. Sharifani, S. Gulov, M. H. Sharifani A survey of diversity within pears collected from two sites in Tajikistan
28 3 Marjan Haghighi, Farangis Ghanavati Genetic diversity of cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.) populations in Iran

 

Tuesday, October the 3rd, 2017

                                

Poster code Section The author(s) of poster presentation The title of poster presentation
29 4 B. Konstantinovic, N. Samardžic,

M. Popov, M. Blagojevic

Weeds and their control in apple orchards
30 4 L. Lepaja, E. Kullaj, K. Lepaja, A. Zajmi Influence of mulch on pear production
31 4 R. Nikkhah Foliar Aplication of Nitrogen, Zinc and Boron on Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) Fruit Traits
32 4 B. Bosancic, M. Pecina, N. Micic Influence of shading effect on the specific leaf weight

in Fuji and Gala apples- Meta -analyses

33 4 I. Glišic, Ž. Karaklajic-Stajic, M. Lukic, S. Maric, O. Mitrovic ‘Andelija’ – new red skin cultivar of European pear (Pyrus communis L.) released at Fruit Research Institute, Cacak
34 4 A. Leposavic, M. Ðordevic, R. Cerovic, S. Radicevic, T. Vujovic, D. Ðurovic Fertilization biology of “Reka” highbush blueberry
35 4 T. Karadeniz, S. V. Ersoy, F. E. Tekintas, S. M. Sen The Reclamation Of The Genotypes Of Strawberry Tree (Arbutus unedo) Cultivated Around Karasu, Sakarya
36 4 S. M. Sen, T. Karadeniz, F. E. Tekintas As A Human Food: Walnut
37 4 S. M. Paunovic, M. Nikolic, R. Miletic, Ž. Karaklajic-Stajic, M. Milinkovic, J. Tomic, M. Pešakovic Pomological traits and fruit quality of black currant (Ribes nigrum L.) cultivars as affected by soil management system

 

38 5 P. Ilic, N. Micic, G. Ðuric Flourish of hazel cultivars (Corylus avellana L.) in the area of Banja Luka (BiH) and justifiability of using artificial pollination
39 5 C. S. Atwal The relationship between radioactive caesium and fruit trees; radioactive  iodine and humans; two ecological links in the Chernobyl chain
40 5 S. Shevchenko, V. Brailko,

J. Ivaschenko

Some morphological and biological peculiarities of Prunus persica (L) Batsch in connection with the manifestation of infection
41 5 V. Božic  S. Vukovic, S. Lazic,

D. Šunjka, A. Žunic

Control of Blumeriella jaapii (Rehm) Arx. and determination of fungicide residues in sour cherry fruits
42 5 S. Lazic, S. Vukovic,

D. Šunjka, A. Žunic

Use of cyantraniliprole in control of Rhagoletis cerasi

in sweet cherry and its residues

43 5 S. Khokhlov, V. Melnikov, E. Panyushkina Pests and pathogens of persimmon collection in

Nikita Botanical Gardens

44 5 A. Smykov, O. Fedorova, N. Mesyats, I. Ivashchenco, L. Zvonaryova Vulnerability to leaf curl (Taphrina deformans Tul.) and powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca pannosa Lev. var. persicae Woronich) shown by hybrid forms of peach in Nikita Botanical Gardens

 

Section 1: Biology, genetics and breeding; Sustainable use of fruit genetic resources Section 2: How climate change is affecting fruit culture in silk road countries
Section 3: Economic and social impact of the fruit culture in the silk road countries; Traditional uses of fruits in relation with health and nutrient traits; Section 4: Orchard systems – cultivars, rootstocks, cultural practices, training systems
Section 5: Pollination and pollinators and Phytosanitary issues in fruit culture