Identifying seed sources for highly adaptable oak forests in a changing climate
The main objectives of ACORN are:
- To detect signatures of adaptation to drought at the regional and continent-wide scale in the genome of oaks.
- To investigate physiological and morphological traits involved in drought tolerance and address their genetic background.
- To address whether forest reproductive material (FRM) transfer at the regional/continental scale will significantly increase the adaptive capacity of future forests.
- To assess which strategy of FRM transfer is optimal to increase benefits and decrease risks of such transfers.
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2021 - 2023
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- Forest Research Institute of Baden-Württemberg
- Universität für Bodenkultur BOKU, Österreich
- Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria
- Aristotles University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece
- National Botanical Garden of Turkey, General Directorate of Agricultural
- Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey