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Plant Cytogenetics

This workshop highlights recent and exciting advances in plant cytogenetics, including basic and applied research. The workshop is a forum for new concepts and procedures that focus or rely heavily on plant cytogenetics. The theme is intended to be of broad interest of with specific examples of the unique role of modern cytogenetics in understanding plant genome structure, regulation, meiosis, ploidy, or genome dynamics.
Date: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM-10:10 AM
Room: Pacific Salon 4-5 (2nd Floor)
Organizer:
Hank Bass
Co-Chair:
James Higgins
8:20 AM
Bringing FISH from Slide to Flow: FISHIS a new technique in Flow Molecular Cytogenetics
Sergio Lucretti, ENEA - Italian Agency for New Technologies; Debora Giorgi, ENEA - Italian Agency for New Technologies; Anna Farina, ENEA - Italian Agency for New Technologies; Valentina Grosso, ENEA Casaccia Research Centre, Plant Genetics & Genomics

8:40 AM
Chromosome Segregation Defects in Meiosis II
Danny N.V. Geelen, Ghent University

9:00 AM
Break


9:10 AM
The Meiotic SUN Belt of Maize Is Disrupted By Mutants Defective in Chromosome Segregation
Shaun Murphy, The Florida State University; Yunyun Mao, Institute of Molecular Biophysics; Hardeep K. Gumber, Institute of Molecular Biophysics; Hank Bass, Florida State University

9:30 AM
A Ph1-like Kinase from Arabidopsis is Required for Meiotic Chromosome Pairing
Candida Nibau, IBERS, Aberystwyth University; Tao Zheng, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science; Dylan Phillips, IBERS, Aberystwyth University; Susan Armstrong, University of Birmingham; Glyn Jenkins, IBERS, Aberystwyth University; John Doonan, IBERS, Aberystwyth University

9:50 AM
Crossover Homeostasis and Chromosome Pairing in Maize
Wojtek Pawlowski, Cornell University; Yan He, Cornell University and China Agricultural University; Gagan Sidhu, Cornell University; Celestia Fang, Cornell University; Mischa Olson, Cornell University; Blaine Harlan, Cornell University

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