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You may enjoy going for a walk in downtown, shopping along its commercial streets, tasting a drink in the old port (“Porto Vecchio”) area, or discover the old town “La Pigna”, characterized by its narrow and perched streets (“carrugi” in the local dialect), getting a glimpse of the medieval times.
You may also go for a ride along the recently-established bicycle path, connecting Sanremo to the cities nearby, or enjoy nature in the San Romolo - Monte Bignone natural park, laying in the mountains just behind Sanremo.
XII EUNOPS MEETING May 12-13th, 2012Sanremo, Italy IMPORTANT – UPDATE ON EUNOPS XII Due to the high number of abstracts already received and the short time available during the meeting, the deadline for abstract submission has now passed.
The Organizing and the Scientific Committees of EUNOPS XII are trying to allow as many people as possible to present their communications.
A glimpse into pollen production (15 mins)11.50 Anders BARFOD – New Guinean palm oddities – ornate endocarps in and associated features (10 mins)12.05 Mikhail ROMANOV – Corky warted fruits in the palm family (10 mins)12.20 Timothy TRANBARGER – What Newton did not discover about falling palm fruit (15 mins)12.40 Fabienne MORCILLO – Palms – an original model to decifer oil biosynthesis (10 mins) hybrids in the Italian Riviera and identification of parents by means of molecular markers (10 mins)15.05 Milvia RACCHI - Genetic analysis of Libyan date palm cultivars using microsatellite markers (10 mins)15.20 Isabel MATEU – The Palm collection of the Botanical Garden in Valencia (10 mins)Session 3 – Continued (Chair: Dennis PEDERSEN)16.00 Joanna SOSNOWSKA - The social nature of palm diversity in the Tambo river region, Peru (10 mins)16.15 Marta GRUCA – Medicinal Uses of Palms (10 mins)16.30 Grisha BROKAMP - Brooms made from fibres of – a seemingly antiquated product design may match coming industrial standards (10 mins)16.45 Alexander THEYS - Extending Palm Web Functionalities to incorporate Palm Use Data (15 mins) Round table discussion: Palm Genomics (Chair: Alain RIVAL) 19.00 CONFERENCE DINNER – Guided visit of the Villa Ormond Gardens EUNOPS meeting at Villa Nobel 09.00-11.00 – Guided tour to the Villa Ormond public gardens (Claudio LITTARDI) practical demonstration of the “bicycle” tool to climb palms for pruning purpose (José PLUMED and Bernabé MOYA)Session 4 – Evolution, Biogeography and Ecology (Chair: James TREGEAR)11.30 William BAKER - Global biogeography and diversification of palms sheds light on the evolution of tropical floras (15 mins)11.50 Wolf EISERHARDT - Assembly and phylogenetic structure of Amazonian palm communities (15 mins)12.10 Encarni MONTOYA - Neotropical palm biogeography, climate change and human impact - The case of Session 5 – Conservation (Chair: Lauren GARDINER)14.25 Mijoro RAKOTOARINIVO - Conservation priorities for palms in Madagascar (15 mins)14.40 Doudjo OUATTARA - Palm flora of Ghana - notes on its diversity, economical importance and conservation (15 mins)14.55 Michel FERRY - Palms, Men and the Red palm weevil (15 mins)15.15 Benedetta CANGELOSI - First applications of “Electronic nose” as method of early detection of Red Palm Weevil ( Citizens from European Union countries won’t need a VISA to enter Italy.
Very close to the meeting’s venue, you can find Villa Ormond, a municipally-owned historical Villa surrounded by majestic gardens hosting a great diversity of palm species.Detailed description of rooms and their rates are available at the hotel website ( Alternative airports are in Genova ( 140 km away), or in Milano Malpensa ( 320 km away).Sanremo has railway connections with all of these cities (for infos and timings of the Italian and French railways see com, respectively).For this reason, all authors of 20 minutes long communications are kindly asked to shorten their talks to 15 minutes.Rooms at Hotel Marinella, Sanremo, cannot now be guaranteed for reservations made after 7th April.