V International Symposium on Banana: ISHS-ProMusa Symposium on Global Perspectives on Asian Challenges

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Guangzhou (China)
September 14, 2009

Online articles

STATUS, CHALLENGES AND TRENDS OF CHINESE BANANA INDUSTRY

  • C.Y. Li
  • Y.R. Wei
  • Y.L. Wu
  • B.Z. Huang
  • G.J. Yi

NON-CONVENTIONAL BREEDING OF BANANA (MUSA SPP.)

  • Y.F. Chen
  • X.M. Dai
  • Q. Gong
  • X. Huang
  • W. Xiao
  • J.T. Zhao
  • X.L. Huang

FROM FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH DISCOVERIES TO APPLICATIONS FOR BANANA IMPROVEMENT

  • R. Swennen
  • S.C. Carpentier
  • I.M. Henry
  • A. Vertommen
  • I. Van den houwe
  • G. Kovacs
  • L. Sagi
  • S. Remy
  • B. Panis

IDENTIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF EST-DERIVED MOLECULAR MARKERS, TRAP AND VNTRS, FOR BANANA RESEARCH

  • S.A.L. Garcia
  • R. Talebi
  • C.F. Ferreira
  • B.I. Vroh
  • L.V. Paiva
  • G.H.J. Kema
  • M.T. Souza Jr.

MUSA COLLECTION AND CHARACTERISATION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN DR CONGO: A CHRONOLOGICAL OVERVIEW

  • B. Dheda Djailo
  • B.D. Nzawele
  • N. Roux
  • F. Ngezahayo
  • N. Vigheri
  • E. De Langhe
  • D. Karamura
  • C. Picq
  • P. Mobambo
  • R. Swennen
  • G. Blomme

STANDARDISED PROCEDURE FOR MUSA GERMPLASM CHARACTERISATION

  • S. Channelière
  • I. Van den houwe
  • E. Arnaud
  • J.P. Horry
  • M. Ruas
  • N. Roux

DIVERSITY ANALYSIS IN INDIAN COOKING BANANAS (MUSA, ABB) THROUGH MORPHOTAXONOMIC AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERISATION

  • M.S. Saraswathi
  • S. Uma
  • E. Vadivel
  • P. Durai
  • S.A. Siva
  • G. Rajagopal
  • S. Sathiamoorthy

A COMPLEX APPROACH FOR UNRAVELLING MUSACEAE PHYLOGENY AT MOLECULAR LEVEL

  • P. Němcová
  • E. Hřibová
  • M. Valárik
  • J. Doležel

DEVELOPING RESISTANT BANANA AND PLANTAIN CULTIVARS THROUGH CONVENTIONAL BREEDING TECHNIQUES

  • R. Menon
  • A. Cherian
  • A. Suma
  • Maicykutty
  • P. Mathew
  • S. Nair
  • K.C. Aipe

EXPLOITATION OF DIPLOIDS IN INDIAN BANANA BREEDING PROGRAMMES

  • S. Uma
  • M.M. Mustaffa
  • M.S. Saraswathi
  • P. Durai

USE OF MOLECULAR MARKERS IN BANANA AND PLANTAIN IMPROVEMENT

  • J. Lorenzen
  • S. Hearne
  • G. Mbanjo
  • M. Nyine
  • T. Close

STUDIES ON GENETIC DIVERGENCE OF SEEDED BANANA IN WEST BENGAL

  • M.A. Hasan
  • R. Ray Chowdhury
  • M. Manna
  • K.K. Mandal
  • D. Majumder
  • S. Jha

USING AN IMPROVED SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS FOR THE CREATION OF CONSTRUCTS TO ANALYSE GENE FUNCTION IN FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE

  • C.Y. Li
  • G.J. Yi
  • S. Chen
  • Q.M. Sun
  • C.W. Zuo
  • B.Z. Huang
  • Y.R. Wei
  • Y.H. Huang
  • Y.L. Wu
  • L.B. Xu
  • C.H. Hu

INCIDENCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF FUSARIUM WILT DISEASE OF BANANA IN INDONESIA

  • C. Hermanto
  • A. Sutanto
  • Jumjunidang
  • H.S. Edison
  • J.W. Daniells
  • W.T. O'Neill
  • V.G.O. Sinohin
  • A.B. Molina
  • P. Taylor

STATUS OF FUSARIUM WILT IN INDIA

  • M.M. Mustaffa
  • R. Thangavelu

A DETECTION METHOD FOR TROPICAL RACE 4 OF THE BANANA PATHOGEN FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE

  • C. Waalwijk
  • M.A. Dita
  • I. Buddenhagen
  • L.V. Paiva
  • M.T. Souza Jr.
  • G.H.J. Kema

VEGETATIVE COMPATIBILITY GROUP ANALYSIS OF INDONESIAN FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE ISOLATES

  • W.T. O'Neill
  • A.B. Pattison
  • J.W. Daniells
  • C. Hermanto
  • A.B. Molina

CHARACTERISATION OF EARLY EVENTS IN BANANA ROOTS INFECTED WITH GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN-TAGGED FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM F. SP. CUBENSE

  • X.M. Yin
  • B.Y. Xu
  • W. Zheng
  • Z. Wang
  • B.Z. Wang
  • W.H. Ha
  • H.T. Mao
  • J.Y. Li
  • Z.W. Sheng
  • D.X. Wang
  • Y.D. He
  • L.N. Han
  • S.W. Chen
  • J.B. Zhang
  • Y.G. Fu
  • J.B. Wang
  • Z.Q. Jin

DISCRIMINATION OF BANANA GENOTYPES FOR FUSARIUM WILT RESISTANCE IN THE GREENHOUSE

  • L.R. Ribeiro
  • E.P. Amorim
  • Z.J.M. Cordeiro
  • S. de Oliveira e Silva
  • M.A. Dita

REACTION OF DIPLOID (AA) AND TETRAPLOID (AAAB) BANANA HYBRIDS TO FUSARIUM WILT UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

  • A.P. de Matos
  • Z.J.M. Cordeiro
  • S. de Oliveira e Silva
  • E.P. Amorim
  • D.M.V. Ferreira

SCREENING MUSA GENOTYPES FOR BANANA BUNCHY TOP DISEASE RESISTANCE IN BURUNDI

  • C. Niyongere
  • E. Ateka
  • T. Losenge
  • G. Blomme
  • P. Lepoint

TRANSGENIC BANANA PLANTS RESISTANT TO BANANA BUNCHY TOP VIRUS INFECTION

  • W. Borth
  • E. Perez
  • K. Cheah
  • Y. Chen
  • W.S. Xie
  • D. Gaskill
  • S. Khalil
  • D. Sether
  • M. Melzer
  • M. Wang
  • R. Manshardt
  • D. Gonsalves
  • J.S. Hu

EVALUATION OF SEEDED BANANA TYPES FOR BIOTIC STRESS

  • M.A. Hasan
  • R. Ray Chowdhury
  • M. Manna
  • K.K. Mandal
  • D. Majumder
  • S. Jha