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  1. ANNUAL MEETING WITH OUR ADVISORY PANEL MEMBERS 12 January 2012 San Diego, California

  2. STRATEGIC PLANNING TO MAXIMIZE IMPACT 12 January 2012 San Diego, California

  3. Outline of Presentation • Project Overview • Morning Session • Afternoon Session RosBREED

  4. Project Overview

  5. RosBREED Mission Statement We will develop and apply marker-assisted breeding, based on improved knowledge of industry value and consumer preferences, to accelerate and increase the efficiency of rosaceous cultivar release and successful cultivar adoption. Amy Iezzoni, Michigan State Univ. Cameron Peace, Wash. State Univ. 4 yrs $7.2M federal $7.2M matching This project is supported by the Specialty Crop Research Initiative of USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture RosBREED

  6. RosBREED designed to bridge this chasm Genomics knowledge Marker- assisted breeding Breeding Genomics Programs Research Genomics Resources More efficient development of new cultivars

  7. Focus on fruit quality

  8. RosBREED will utilize improved knowledge • of industry values and consumer preferences to select target traits for Marker-Assisted Breeding (MAB) • Impacts: increase new cultivar adoption enlarge market potential Courtesy David Byrne, Texas A&M Univ.)

  9. RosBREED will develop tools For those traits that have value for producers, market intermediaries and consumers $ Marker-assisted breeding in application

  10. Marker-Assisted Breeding Which parents to use? Which combinations to create? Which seedlings to progress? Increased breeding efficiency Which selections to trial? WA2 Which advanced selections to commercialize?

  11. RosBREED’s Target Outcomes Increased gain in fruit quality per breeding cycle due to improved parent selection and improved mean progeny value Long-term outcomes Four year project outcomes Implementation of MAB by breeding programs More rapid availability of new cultivars with genetically superior fruit quality Improved profitability and sustainability of US rosaceous fruit, nut, and floral crops with increased consumption and enjoyment RosBREED

  12. RosBREED Organization • Executive Committee • Cameron Peace • NahlaBassil • Gennaro Fazio • Jim Luby • Dorrie Main • Jim McFerson • Eric van de Weg • Cholani Weebadde • ChengyanYue • Project Director • Amy Iezzoni • Project Assistants • Joan Schneider • Audrey Sebolt Genomics Team Leader: Dorrie Main Extension Team Leader: Cholani Weebadde Breeding Team Leader Jim Luby Genotyping Team Leader: Nahla Bassil • Apple • Susan Brown • Kate Evans • Jim Luby • Peach • John Clark • Dave Byrne • Ksenija Gasic • Tom Gradziel Socio- Economics Team Leader: Chengyan Yue • Strawberry • Jim Hancock • Chad Finn • Tom Davis Pedigree- Based Analysis Team Leader: Eric van de Weg • Cherry • Nnadozie Oraguzie • Amy Iezzoni MAB Pipeline Team Leader BIMS Team Leader: Gennaro Fazio Cameron Peace

  13. Demonstration Breeders & Breeding Trainees

  14. Morning Session Goal = provide information to AP members to set the stage for receiving advice

  15. Morning session RosBREED

  16. Major deliverables in Year 2 • Enabling computer-based accomplishments that allow us to find, polish and put the Jewels into application • Computer demonstrations at breaks: Eric van de Weg PBA Software Gennaro Fazio Toolbox Dorrie Main GBrowse UmeshRosyara PBA Software CholaniWeebadde Videos

  17. External Evaluation of Extension – Dr. Michael Coe

  18. Comparing the importance of fruit traits to different stakeholders: preliminary socio-economics survey results

  19. Analogy of Jewels in the Genome An individual’s genome is the full complement of genetic information that it inherited from its parents. Within this vast repertoire of genetic information, individuals genes are being discovered that control critical production and fruit quality traits. Jewels = valuable genetic discoveries that are put into breeding application Find Polish Put into application in breeding

  20. Examples of Jewels

  21. RosBREED seeks to find, polish and put into application Marker-Assisted Breeding for valuable Jewels in the Genome Increase breeding efficiency and enhanced acceptance of new cultivars desired by industry and consumers

  22. The Jewels are linked on chromosomes 56 chromosomes in strawberry!!

  23. Afternoon Session Goal = Receive advice from AP members

  24. Afternoon Session RosBREED

  25. Distribution & Processing • Advisory Panel Members AP Color Key Industry Extension Scientific Production Bierlink Curtis Perry Sparks Seavert Bliss Cook Harrison van Sickle Cheng Simon Hirst Allen Carr Dodd Grim Korson Goldberger Olmstead Sherman Arus Avari Watkins Abbott Buell Gardiner Hummer Baugher Stokes Ross Karp Moffitt Consumer & Markets

  26. RosBREED’s International Partners Plant Research Intl., The Netherlands East Malling Research, United Kingdom INRA – Bordeaux, Avignon & Angers, France CRA-FRU Rome, IASMA, Italy Andres Bello University, Chile ARC, South Africa Plant & Food Research, New Zealand

  27. Strategic planning to maximize impact We are midway through RosBREED... What adjustments need to be made? A possible second project? RosBREED

  28. Discussion session 1 As we are mid-way through RosBREED, how are we doing meeting the currently defined industry and breeding opportunities, needs, and limitations? Are there unanticipated opportunities, needs and limitations that we should address within the current project? Thinking ahead to a possible second project, are there opportunities, needs and limitations that need to be addressed? RosBREED

  29. Discussion session 2 Are there methods or plans of work that could be done differently to better meet RosBREED’s current industry and breeding project goals?  What are the ideas and approaches for addressing any unanticipated opportunities, needs and limitations within the current project? What are the ideas and approaches for addressing any future industry and breeding opportunities, needs and limitations? RosBREED

  30. Acknowledgements This project is supported by the Specialty Crop Research Initiative of USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture

  31. Cornell Susan Brown KenongXu Clemson KsenijaGasic Gregory Reighard Texas A&M Dave Byrne Univ. of CA-Davis Tom Gradziel Carlos Crisosto Univ. of New Hamp. Tom Davis MSU Amy Iezzoni (PD) Jim Hancock Dechun Wang CholaniWeebadde WSU Cameron Peace Dorrie Main Kate Evans Karina Gallardo Vicki McCracken Nnadozie Oraguzie Former WSU Raymond Jussaume Mykel Taylor Univ. of Arkansas John Clark USDA-ARS Nahla Bassil Gennaro Fazio Chad Finn Univ. of Minnesota Jim Luby Chengyan Yue Oregon State Univ. Alexandra Stone Plant Research Intl, Netherlands Eric van de Weg Marco Bink