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Building-up faba bean cultivars for low-input farming. A crop-pollinator inter-play approach

AuthorsSuso Llamas, María José ; Río, Rosario del ; Márquez, C.; Ruiz, F.; Solís, Ignacio
KeywordsBreedlng for low-input
Evolutionary processes
Functional biodiversity
Pollinator-mediated selection
Speciflc adaptation
Vicia faba
Issue DateJul-2014
CitationInternational Congress "Diversity strategies for organic and low input agricultures and their food systems (2014)
AbstractDecline in bee populations has increased the interest in the ecological services of faba bean because a group of bee species is associated with their flowers. Faba bean has a great potential to be served by bee polllnators, as agents of crossing, lo increase heterozygosity and heterogenelty for heterosis-mediated yield and resilience in open-pollinaled varieties (OPVs). lnformation on how the inter-play crop-pollinator contributes to crop perfomance is explored lo develop ecosystems services and improved OPVs for low-input (Ll). We test whether phenotypic selection exerted by pollinalors is associated to dlfferences among plants in dynamic adaptation and in crop seed production pattems.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el International Congress "Diversity strategies for organic and low input agricultures and their food systems", celebrado en Nantes del 7 al 8 de julio de 2014.
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