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SLU Breeding Network

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Conference call SLU Breeding Network

The SLU Breeding Network announces a special call to support SLU researchers, technicians and students in attending conferences related to animal or plant breeding in 2024/ the first half of 2025.

Tinder for dairy cattle: Great benefits of DNA analysis

In today's dairy cattle breeding, it is possible to analyze the DNA of individuals and predict genomic breeding values. However, the possibilities of DNA analysis do not stop at genomic breeding

Symposium dedicated to millets

Symposium dedicated to millets malin.planting@slu.se The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2023 the International year of millets: "Millets are among the first plants to be domesticated

Registration Agri4D

On 26-28 September, the Agri4D 2023 conference will gather people dedicated to agriculture for development from across the world. The focus of this year’s conference is how we can shape sustainable


Novel Methods for Resistance Breeding in Winter Wheat lotta.malmborg@slu.se Mustafa Zakieh, department of Plant Protection, defends the thesis "Novel Methods for Resistance Breeding in Winter Wheat


Developing affordable high-throughput plant phenotyping methods for breeding of cereals and tuber crops lotta.malmborg@slu.se Fernanda Leiva, department of Plant Breeding, defends her thesis "


Wheat quality under a climate spell : a focus on protein, physico-chemical and growth characteristics evaluated by innovatively combined approaches lotta.malmborg@slu.se Sbatie Lama, department of

Sallam Mohammed

mohammed.abdallah.sallam@slu.se Sallam is a quantitative geneticist with a veterinarian background. Sallam aims to understand the genetics of animal health/performance, and drives approaches for

Diss Jonas Skytte af Sätra

Apple genomics for the Swedish breeding programme lotta.malmborg@slu.se Jonas Skytte af Sätra, Department of Plant Breeding, defends his thesis "Apple genomics for the Swedish breeding programme".

Millets 2023

The United Nations has dedicated 2023 the International year of millets, to boost efforts in producing millets given their nutritional properties and resilience in adapting to climate change. SLU

Carol Kälin

carol.kalin@slu.se I am a PhD student in the Agricultural Plant Pathology group at the department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology. My research focuses on the interaction of the root

SLU Breeding Network seminar series

Landscape Breeding: A new paradigm in forest tree management katja.fedrowitz@slu.se This webinar is part of a seminar series from the SLU Breeding Network that will be running at the different