Editor - Francesco Sunseri | Università Mediterranea di Reggio | 25019

Journal of Plant Genetics and Breeding
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Francesco Sunseri

Francesco Sunseri
Francesco Sunseri,
Dipartimento AGRARIA,
Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, ITALY [email protected]



Francesco Sunseri is actually working as Associate Professor of Plant Genetics and Breeding at the Dipartimento Agraria, Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, Italy. His research activity is actually focused on genetics and molecular assisted selection on horticultural crops such as asparagus, tomato and eggplant. He is also involved in the analysis, characterization and exploitation of plant genetic resources with particular emphasis on grapevine. From 1990 he is Member of the Italian Society of Plant Genetics (S.I.G.A.) and from 2000 of the International Society Horticultural Science (I.S.H.S.). Associate Editor of BMC Plant Biology and occasional reviewer for several scientific journals among which Euphytica, Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, HortScience and Scientia Horticulturae. He is author of about 50 scientific publications indexed in ISI and Scopus databases.

Research Interest

Genetic structure of plant biodiversity. Genomics and Transcriptomics. Genomic Wide Association Selection and Mapping (GWAS). Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS). Molecular Assisted Selection (MAS). QTL analysis and cloning. Plant abiotic stress with particular interest to Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE).


Is Genome Editing Techniques The New Challenge For Plant Breeding?

Francesco Sunseri
Editorial: J Plant Genet Breed 2017, 1: e105