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Webinars

The IWGSC started its webinar series in 2020 to provide educational webinars to the wheat community worldwide.
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All webinar recordings are available on the IWGSC YouTube channel.

Extensive exploration of wild relatives diversity for wheat breeding

Webinar: Extensive exploration of wild relatives diversity for wheat breeding: from the gene bank to the field

On 07 July 2022, the IWGSC will organize a webinar entitled "Extensive exploration of wild relatives diversity for wheat breeding: from the gene bank...
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PANOMICS meets Germplasm – understanding and exploiting intraspecific crop plant variation

Webinar: PANOMICS meets Germplasm – understanding and exploiting intraspecific crop plant variation

On 16 June 2022, the IWGSC will organize a webinar entitled "PANOMICS meets Germplasm – understanding and exploiting intraspecific crop plant...
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The Ph1/ZIP4 story: stabilization of wheat as a polyploid and preservation of grain number

Webinar: The Ph1/ZIP4 story: stabilization of wheat as a polyploid and preservation of grain number

On 21 April 2022, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "The Ph1/ZIP4 story: stabilization of wheat as a polyploid and preservation of grain number"...
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Evolution of recombination landscapes in diverging populations of bread wheat

Webinar: Evolution of recombination landscapes in diverging populations of bread wheat

On 24 March 2022, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Evolution of recombination landscapes in diverging populations of bread wheat" presented by...
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Solving a 100-year old mystery: Cloning the P1 locus in Triticum polonicum

Webinar: Solving a 100-year old mystery: Cloning the P1 locus in Triticum polonicum

On 24 February 2022, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Solving a 100-year old mystery: Cloning the P1 locus in Triticum polonicum" presented by...
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Recombination and chromatin landscapes in the wheat genome

Webinar: Recombination and chromatin landscapes in the wheat genome

On 27 January 2022, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Recombination and chromatin landscapes in the wheat genome" presented by Ian Henderson...
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Developing sustainable strategies to protect wheat roots from take-all disease

Webinar: Developing sustainable strategies to protect wheat roots from take-all disease

On 15 December 2021, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Developing sustainable strategies to protect wheat roots from take-all disease"...
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Challenges and opportunities in positional cloning and structural variation in polyploid crops

Webinar: Challenges and opportunities in positional cloning and structural variation in polyploid crops

On 18 November 2021, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Challenges and opportunities in positional cloning and structural variation in polyploid...
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Interaction between wheat cis- and trans-factors in shaping regulatory networks

Webinar: Interaction between wheat cis- and trans-factors in shaping regulatory networks

On 28 October 2021, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Interaction between wheat cis- and trans-factors in shaping regulatory networks"...
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Wheat to eat: accelerating plant breeding to address global food & nutrition security

Webinar: Wheat to eat: accelerating plant breeding to address global food & nutrition security

On 24 September 2021, the IWGSC organized a webinar entitled "Wheat to eat: accelerating plant breeding to address global food & nutrition security"...
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