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2017-France (Versailles)

In 2017, the PVYwide meeting hold from July 9th till 14th, in Paris (Versailles), combined with the 20th Triennal meeting of the EAPR.

Here are PVY oral communications and posters presented at the EAPR-2017

Oral communications

  • Dynamics of plant responses during compatible and incompatible PVY-potato interactions (Kumar P., Cowan G., Wang X., Roberts A.G., Tobin A.K. and Torrance L. - United Kingdom)
  • Comparison of leaf proteomes of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) genotypes with ER- and HR- mediated resistance to PVY infection (Szajko K., Strzelczyk-Zyta D. and Marczewski W. - Poland) Abstract
  • Characterization of Potato virus Y symptoms using multiple strains and potato varieties from different market classes (Whitworth J. and Gray S. - United States) Abstract
  • The status of Potato virus Y in Romanian seed potato crop (Badarau C.L., Rakosy Tican E., Chiru N., Chiru S.C., Olteanu G., Stefan F.M., Mike L. and Barascu N. - Romania) Abstract
  • Relation between the PVY (Potato virus Y) quality of the seed potato lots and the aphids flights un Belgium during the last six years (2011-2016) (Rolot J.L., Deveux L. and Laguesse L. - Belgium) Abstract
  • Impacts of the infection date of potato plants with Potato virus Y on the potato infection rates and on PVY titer in daughter tubers at harvest (Boulard F., Rohault G., Barbe Barrailh F. and Glais L. - France) Abstract
  • Presence of recombinant and resistance-breaking Potato virus Y genotypes in Sweden (Youssef A., and Kvarnheden A. - Sweden) Abstract
  • Mechanisms driving the population dynamics of PVY variants in potato: impact of strain competition and ability to overcome reistance mechanisms (Lacomme C., Davie K. and Pickup J. - United Kingdom)


  • Sensitive detection of Potato virus Y and differentiation of O and N types by reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification (Treder K., Choluj J., Zacharzewska B., Rakotondrafara A. and Babujee L. - Poland)   Abstract
  • Characterization of Carribean Potato virus Y (PVY) isolates from potato crops (Boulard F., Benard M., Martinez R.T., Perez Armuelles H., Ponce de Leon A. and Glais L. - France) Abstract
  • Multiplex qPCR virus detection on dormant seed poato tubers using a rapid RNA extraction method (Rauch S. - Luxemburg) Abstract
  • Nothing new on the Eastern European front, the battle is given between PVYN-Wi and PVYNTN. Screening based on a molecular approach (Aurori A., Mustafa R.A., Lujerdean C., and Rakosy-Tican E. - Romania) Abstract
  • Unsuspected vector for the Potato virus Y (Deparrois A., Leconte V., Lebecque P., Pinchon V., Gobert V. and Khelifa M. - France) Abstract

Fore more information about scientific program, schedule, see on the EAPR website:

PVYwide Organization

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