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The following table provides information about the project.
|Coordinator Country||Finland [FI]|
|Total cost||450˙000 €|
|EC max contribution||450˙000 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.3.3. (Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation of knowledge)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2015-07-01 to 2018-06-30|
Take a look of project's partnership.
|1||HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO||FI (HELSINGIN YLIOPISTO)||coordinator||76˙500.00|
|2||University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences||RS (Novi Sad)||participant||135˙000.00|
|3||UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE||ES (ALICANTE)||participant||126˙000.00|
|4||BIOFLYTECH, SL||ES (ALICANTE)||participant||112˙500.00|
|5||AGRI PROTEIN TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD||ZA (CAPE TOWN)||partner||0.00|
FlyHigh studies underexplored phytophagous and saprophagous flies and geophyte plants aiming to obtaining ecological and evolutionary data that will be used to elucidate ecological features of fly species that could be exploited for artificial mass production of flies. Artificial mass rearing of flies produces beneficial end products, the flies themselves or their larval stages, that could be applied for different services in agriculture, ecological farming or as bio-agents for e.g. complementary pollination services in natural or greenhouse environments. The main aim is to facilitate cross-sectorial transfer of knowledge and training of researchers as well as technical staff in bridging the gap between scientific results and their application into novel business ideas. The excellence of the project lies in the synergy of basic and applied ecology for exploring and developing new protocols and end products. FlyHigh brings together experts with well documented scientific achievements of the focal organismal groups and on evolutionary analyses with early stage researchers with the same research focus, with experts on insect mass rearing techniques. The relevance of FlyHigh results from integration of project aims that may result in innovative results of broader impact that will benefit the ERA institutions as well as the TC partner. The results could be advantageous in developing new ideas for future use e.g. flies could complement or even replace the presently used managed pollinators in greenhouse productions of many greenhouse products. The obtained data will also allow us to estimate the possible biogeographic events that can help explain the evolutionary history, current distributions and future biogeographic patterns of some bulb plant and fly groups in South Africa and in Euro-Mediterranean region. The outlined training course, workshops and secondments ensure transfer of knowledge between participant academic and non-academic partners, in both directions.
|Seven (7) scientific articles and four (4) popular publications submitted||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:44|
|Two (2) press releases in each partner country and one (1) press release in English to international media||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:38|
|Scientific publication submitted: ovipositing behaviour||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:45|
|Congress presentations of results||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:41|
|DNA barcode sequences to GenBanl||Documents, reports||2019-05-31 12:45:41|
|Genetic analysis of Merodon samples and deposition of sequences in GB||Documents, reports||2019-05-31 12:45:43|
|Six (6) scientific presentations in international congresses and four (4) public popular presentations||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:49|
|Publications submitted to international peer-reviewed journals||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:42|
|Scientific publication submitted: species diversity of pollinators||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:48|
|Scientific publication submitted: characterization of species and strains employed in the mass-rearing||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:39|
|Social media broadcasting||Other||2019-05-31 12:45:50|
|DNA sequencing of samples of bulbous plants and deposition of sequences in GB||Documents, reports||2019-05-31 12:45:39|
|FlyHigh website||Websites, patent fillings, videos etc.||2019-05-31 12:39:03|
|Pressing of 200 plant samples||Other||2019-05-31 12:38:50|
|Dissemination strategy and plan||Documents, reports||2019-05-31 12:39:05|
|Field collections of plant samples||Other||2019-05-31 12:39:01|
|Dried plant samples mounted on herbarium sheets||Other||2019-05-31 12:38:48|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of FlyHigh deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Mario Martï¿½nez-Azorï¿½n, Anthony P. Dold, Manuel B. Crespo
Drimia trichophylla (Hyacinthaceae, Urgineoideae), a New Species from the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
published pages: 944-949, ISSN: 0363-6445, DOI: 10.1600/036364416X694044
|Systematic Botany 41/4||2019-05-30|
SneÅ¾ana RadenkoviÄ‡, Nevena VeliÄkoviÄ‡, Axel Ssymank, Dragana Obreht VidakoviÄ‡, Mihajla Djan, Gunilla StÃ¥hls, Sanja VeseliÄ‡, Ante VujiÄ‡
Close relatives of Mediterranean endemo-relict hoverflies (Diptera, Syrphidae) in South Africa: Morphological and molecular evidence in the Merodon melanocerus subgroup
published pages: e0200805, ISSN: 1932-6203, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0200805
|PLOS ONE 13/7||2019-05-30|
MARIO MARTÃNEZ-AZORÃN, MICHAEL PINTER, MANUEL B. CRESPO, MARÃA ÃNGELES ALONSO-VARGAS, WOLFGANG WETSCHNIG
Massonia visseriae (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae): rediscovery of a neglected species of Neobakeria and its transfer to Massonia
published pages: 70, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.334.1.11
MARIO MARTÃNEZ-AZORÃN, MANUEL B. CRESPO, MICHAEL PINTER, WOLFGANG WETSCHNIG
Aulostemon (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a new genus from South Africa
published pages: 287, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.321.3.6
MARIO MARTÃNEZ-AZORÃN, MICHAEL PINTER, MANUEL B. CRESPO, MARÃA ÃNGELES ALONSO VARGAS, WOLFGANG WETSCHNIG
Massonia inaequalis (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a distinct new species from South Africa
published pages: 94, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.343.1.10
MARIO MARTÃNEZ-AZORÃN, MANUEL B. CRESPO, MARÃA ÃNGELES ALONSO-VARGAS, ANTHONY P. DOLD, MICHAEL PINTER, WOLFGANG WETSCHNIG
Austronea (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a new genus from southern Africa, including the description of seven new species
published pages: 101, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.365.2.1
MARIO MART?NEZ-AZOR?N, MICHAEL PINTER, MANUEL B. CRESPO, MAR?A ?NGELES ALONSO VARGAS, WOLFGANG WETSCHNIG
Massonia gypsicola (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a new species from the Knersvlakte in South Africa
published pages: 144, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.308.1.16
Mario Martï¿½nez-Azorï¿½n, ManuelB. Crespo
(2483) Proposal to conserve the name Scilla (Hyacinthaceae) with a conserved type
published pages: 1427-1428, ISSN: 0040-0262, DOI: 10.12705/656.19
Mario MartÃnez-AzorÃn, Michael Pinter, Manuel B. Crespo, Julian Slade, Gerfried Deutsch, Wolfgang Wetschnig
Clarification of Massonia echinata and some other frequently misunderstood Massonia species (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), with the description of M. pseudoechinata andÂ M. roggeveldensis
published pages: 101, ISSN: 1179-3155, DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.239.2.1
Mario Martï¿½nez-Azorï¿½n, ManuelB. Crespo
(48) Request for a binding decision on whether Scilla L. (Hyacinthaceae subfam. Hyacinthoideae) and Squilla Steinh. (Hyacinthaceae subfam. Urgineoideae) are sufficiently alike to be confused
published pages: 1437-1438, ISSN: 0040-0262, DOI: 10.12705/656.27
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