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Partners

The InnoVine consortium is composed of 27 partners combining the expertise of more than 100 grape and wine researchers or producers.  Partners come from 7 European countries concentrating most of the European vineyards surface and contrasted environmental, economic and societal conditions.

The teams involved cover a wide range of scientific disciplines in viticulture (e.g. grapevine genetics and breeding, physiology, ecology, epidemiology, pathology) and technical expertise in statistics, phenotyping, databases, modelling, DSS and development of monitoring devices. About half of the partnership is public, and half is composed of private organisations, including SMEs, a large winery company and a nursery cooperative.



Contact



Prof. Serge Delrot
Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 - Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin Bordeaux Aquitaine
210 Chemin de Leysotte, CS 50008
33882 Villenave d’Ornon
France
Tel. +33 557 575 900
website: www.isvv.univ-bordeauxsegalen.fr

Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux II (UB2)

Competences

The University of Bordeaux Segalen (formerly University of Bordeaux 2) is one of the two major scientific Universities of Bordeaux, which are presently merging with the Universities of Bordeaux 3  (Letters), Bordeaux 4 (Law) and several Institutes to form a single entity, the University of Bordeaux. The University of Bordeaux Segalen (UB2) has a very strong background in neurosciences, cancer research and medicine, plant physiology and in viticulture/oenology. It also hosts the Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences, ISVV), a facility gathering a wide range of expertise around viticulture and oenology, from wine markets and sensory analysis to grapevine genomics and ecophysiology, through wine chemistry and microbiology. The University of Bordeaux Segalen (formerly University of Bordeaux 2) is one of the two major scientific Universities of Bordeaux, which are presently merging with the Universities of Bordeaux 3  (Letters), Bordeaux 4 (Law) and several Institutes to form a single entity, the University of Bordeaux. The University of Bordeaux Segalen (UB2) has a very strong background in neurosciences, cancer research and medicine, plant physiology and in viticulture/oenology. It also hosts the Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin (Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences, ISVV), a facility gathering a wide range of expertise around viticulture and oenology, from wine markets and sensory analysis to grapevine genomics and ecophysiology, through wine chemistry and microbiology. ISVV, which gathers more than 200 staff, develops activities in research, teaching (through the faculty of oenology) and technology transfer related to viticuture and oenology.

Role

Through Pr. Serge Delrot, UB2 will coordinate WP1 of Innovine (adaptation of grapevine to climate change). In close collaboration with the INRA staff of the Joined Research Lab “Ecophysiology and Grape Functional genomics”, led by S. Delrot, and with the other partners of WP1, UB2 will contribute to the modelling of quality in response to environment and to the phenotyping of grapevine physiology and berry content, in order to optimize berry quality in the field (WP1), and to the screening of better adapted genetic material (WP3). UB2 will also participate in dissemination activities of Innovine (WP6)

Key person involded


Prof. Serge Delrot (WP1 leader) is a plant physiologist and molecular physiologist. He is the scientific director of the Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin in Bordeaux, and the director of the joined Research lab « Ecophysiology and Grape Functional Genomics » (EGFV) created between INRA and UB2 in 2007. He directs studies on the determinants of berry composition using multidisciplinary approaches: ecophysiology, molecular physiology and functional genomics, genetics and biochemistry. He was the chair of COST Action 858 on viticulture (2003-2009) and is deeply involved in international coordination of researches on grapevine (www.vitaceae.org).

Material resources

Through the EGFV lab, UB2 (and INRA) pioneer the development of modelling of grapevine and grape berry development, allowing combining simulation and field experiments. The University hosts a Plaftorm of Functional Genomics with top equipment for highthroughput sequencing, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics. EGFV conducts field trials dedicated to the study of the effect of climate change on 52 genotypes and runs a water stress platform allowing controlling precisely the water status of 150 grapevine genotypes, allowing QTL analysis of water stress tolerance. EGFV has expertise and facilities for analysis of sugars, amino acids and flavonoids, for grapevine phenotyping (water status, gas exchanges, growth, berry quality), and also develops molecular biology and functional genomics approaches.

 
 
European Union
Innovine is a European collaborative project that has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n° 311775.
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