2nd IC&G SB RAS – Tohoku University Open Joint Seminar on Education and Research in High-Tech for Plant Production
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences and Tohoku University have a long-standing successful collaboration in various fields of science. In the frame of this general agreement, the Institute of Cytology & Genetics of SB RAS and the Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University collaborate in plant biology and high-tech agriculture fields. It includes joint efforts in research and education, students communication and exchange visits, seminars for discussion of current research projects and exchange of ideas. First joint seminar took place in Sendai in November, 2015 (poster). The 2nd IC&G SB RAS – Tohoku University Open Joint Seminar on Education and Research in High-Tech for Plant Production takes place in Novosibirsk (September, 1) as a collateral event with 10th International Conference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure\Systems Biology.
2nd Tohoku University — Russian Academy Joint Seminar on Education and Research in High-Tech for Plant Production
Part I Research program
Alexey KOCHETOV, Yoshinori KANAYAMA Opening
Yoshinori KANAYAMA* Technological progress in Japanese horticultural production and Its academic aspects
Alexey KOCHETOV TBA
Ekaterina TRIFONOVA Roles of pathogenesis related-10 proteins in biotic and abiotic stresses in comparison with heterologous ribonucleases
Elena SALINA Towards the reference sequence of chromosome 5B of common wheat
Oxana DOBROVOLSKAYA Inflorescence architecture in wheat
Part II Educational program (presentation and discussion by students, 10-12 minutes)
Ayaka ITO* Synthesis and accumulation of a novel functional food component in tomato
Tomoki SHIBUYA* Physiological and transcriptional changes in a blossom-end rot resistant tomato introgression line IL8-3 fruit
Hideki NARIYAMA* Study on the regulation of cell division during early fruit development in tomato
Pavel NIKULIN VIGS-mediated resistance to crown gall disease
Daria NOVIKOVA Membrane-associated kinase regulators of MAKR family genes in Arabidopsis thaliana L.
Anna NAZARENKO Phage-producing plants as models for expression of heterologous replicons
Anastasiya EGOROVA Plant delta-OAT gene expression in ontogenesis and stress response.
*Supported by JSPS Re-Inventing Japan Project