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EPIC IUFRO

Schedule

Find below the schedule of the international conference!

Thursday evening, September 14th, 17h00 - 20h00

St Georges’ Room - AgroParisTech Nancy

  • Registration and ice-breaker
  • Welcome speech

Friday, September 15th, 8h30-19h00

Jacamo's Room - AgroParisTech Nancy

  • Morning 8 :30 - 12 :40
    • Short introduction
    • Session 1
    • Break
    • Session 2
  • Lunch at St Georges’ room - AgroParisTech Nancy
  • Afternoon 14:20 - 19:00
    • Session 3
    • Break
    • Session 4
    • Wrap-up
  • Conference banquet 20:00 -

Each session with around 4 presentations is introduced by a moderator who makes the first presentation. Each oral presentation lasts 25 mn including questions / answers. Posters are presented during the breaks.

Saturday, September 16th, 9h00-18h00

INRA Centre Grand Est – Nancy

  • Morning 10:00 - 12:30

o    Introduction to the research team and technical Platform

o    Workshop 1: X-Ray Computed Tomography

  • Lunch 12:30 - 14:00
  • Afternoon 14 :00 - 16:30

o    Workshop 2: Terrestrial Lidar

 

Presentations on Friday, September 15th

8:45 – 9:00 Conference introduction

Session 1

9:00 – 9:20 Epicormic Shoots in Plant Architecture: Epiphenomenon or General Habit?

Yves CARAGLIO, Sylvie SABATIER, Claude EDELIN, Eric NICOLINI

9:20 – 9:40 Epicormics and Sprouts on Oaks and Beech: Review and Research Perspectives at Bud, Tree and stand scales

Francis COLIN

9:40-10:00 Epicormic Shoots: Tree Growth Indicators

Yves CARAGLIO, Sylvie SABATIER, Eric NICOLINI, Christophe DRENOU, L-M NAGELEISEN

10:00-10:20 The Role Epicormics Play in Forestry of the United States: A Silvicultural Perspective

Robert ROGERS

End of session 1

10:20-10:35 INRA and AgroParisTech presentation

10:35-11:00 Break

Session 2

11:00-11:20 Prediction of Epicormic Branch Production After Thinning in Bottomland Hardwood Stands in the Southern United States

Steve MEADOWS & Robert Rogers

11:20-11:40 Epicormic Shoots and Growth Plasticity of Fruit Trees in Response to Horticultural    Manipulations  

Evelyne COSTES, T. M. DEJONG

11:40-12:00 Resprouting in Conifers – A Review.

Geoff BURROWS

12:00-12:20 Coppices: Determinisms of Sprouting and Production

Nicolas MARRON, Yves EHRHART, Eric LACOMBE, Francis COLIN

End of session 2  

12:20 - 14:00 Lunch

Session 3

14:00-14:20 Latent buds: review on structure and physiology with a special focus on oak and beech

Florence FONTAINE, Francis COLIN

14:20-14:40 Rates of Survival of Epicormic and Lignotuberous Shoots Produced by Stressed   Eucalyptus obliqua Lherit. Seedlings are Influenced by Root Tip Growth and the Presence of Leaves      

Gregory M MOORE  

14:40-15:00 Out of the Furnace and into the Greedy Muzzle

Tristan CHARLES-DOMINIQUE, Heath BECKETT, Guy F MIDGLEY, William J BOND

15:00-15:20 Untangling the Effects of Crown Vigor and Genetics on Epicormic Expression:  A Long Term Study of The Response in Quercus Alba   

Mike SAUNDERS, Andrew MEIER

End of session 3  

15:20 - 16:00 Break

Session 4

16:00 - 16:20 Genetic Determinism of Branching Traits on Quercus Robur Through QTL Analysis    

Jialin SONG, Oliver BRENDEL, Catherine BODENES, Antoine KREMER, Christophe PLOMION, Francis COLIN

16:20 - 16:40 Epicormics on Beech: Distinction Between Sequential and Epicormic Branches on Suppressed Poles  

François NINGRE, Francis COLIN, Bruno GARNIER, Alexandre PIBOULE, Rémi  BEILL, Isabelle BALY

16:40 – 17:00 Effect of Stand Density and Mixture on the Secondary Epicormic Crown on Sessile Oak

Ignacio BARBEITO, Leona Julia GRIEBSCH, Florian VAST, Francis COLIN

17:00-17:20 Oak Epicormics: Feasibility of Detection by Terrestrial Lidar

Van-Tho NGUYEN, Thiéry CONSTANT, Bertrand KERAUTRET, Isabelle DEBLED-RENNESSON, Bruno GARNIER, Alexandre PIBOULE, Florian VAST, Francis COLIN

End of session 4

17:20- Wrap-up