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FILIPPOS ARAVANOPOULOS

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About

Dr. Filippos (Phil) A. Aravanopoulos is Professor of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding. His background couples Forest and Environmental Science (B.Sc.) and Genetics-Breeding (Ph.D., postdoctoral research). His research focuses on the application of genetic markers research in the assessment of genetic diversity and adaptive evolutionary potential in natural populations, on genetic monitoring, on gene and QTL mapping, on the influence of natural and anthropogenic disturbances and action in the genetic structure and diversity of natural populations (such as climatic change, environmental pollution, forest fires, sylviculture forest management decisions) and on breeding. Dr. Aravanopoulos serves or has served in positions in EUFORGEN (currently Leader of the Genetic Monitoring Group), IUFRO, the European Forest Genomics Network, the Hellenic Forest Science Society, and the Hellenic Scientific Society for Plant Genetics & Breeding (currently Chair). His publications exceed 180, including 135 research papers, of which 60 in international journals and 75 in books and refereed proceedings.

Co-authors (134)

  • Bill Stvrs
  • Aristotelis Papageorgiou
  • Evangelia Avramidou

Publications (5)

  • Genetic diversity of Thymus sibthorpii Bentham in mountainous natural grasslands of Northern Greece as related to local factors and plant community structure

    • Abraham E
    • Aftzalanidou A
    • Ganopoulos I
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  • Adaptive response of pinus monticola driven by positive selection upon resistance gene analogs (RGAs) of the TIR-NBS-LRR subfamily

    • Zambounis A
    • Avramidou E
    • Papadima A
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  • Linkage and QTL mapping in Cupressus sempervirens L. provides the first detailed genetic map of the species and identifies a QTLassociated with crown form

    • Avramidou E
    • Doulis A
    • Aravanopoulos F
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  • Evidence of extensive positive selection acting on cherry (prunus avium L.) resistance gene analogs (RGAs)

    • Zambounis A
    • Ganopoulos I
    • Avramidou E
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  • In silico analysis of the LRR receptor-like serine threonine kinases subfamily in Morus notabilis

    • Zambounis A
    • Psomopoulos F
    • Ganopoulos I
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