2203
QTL Cloning

This workshop will present state-of-the-art research on cloning QTLs in plants, a key topic for genomics-based breeding and to gain a better understanding of the functional basis of quantitative traits.
Date: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM-10:10 AM
Room: Town and Country
Organizer:
Roberto Tuberosa
8:00 AM
Identification and Characterisation of Candidates for Blackleg Resistance QTLs in Brassica napus Using Next Generation Sequencing
Jacqueline Batley, University of Queensland; Reece Tollenaere, University of Queensland; Salman Alamery, University of Queensland; Nur Shuhadah Mohd Saad, University of Queensland; Alice C Hayward, University of Queensland; Philipp Emanuel Bayer, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics; Jessica Dalton-Morgan, University of Queensland; Kenneth Chan, University of Queensland; Michal T. Lorenc, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics; Rosy Raman, NSW Department of Primary Industries; Harsh Raman, NSW Department of Primary Industries; David Edwards, University of Queensland

8:40 AM
High-Resolution GWAS Indicates that Gene Regulation and Neofunctionalization are Strong Drivers of Phenotypic Variation in Maize
Jason G Wallace, Cornell University; Peter Bradbury, USDA ARS-Cornell University; Edward S. Buckler, Institute for Genomic Diversity, Cornell University

9:20 AM
Cloning and Functional Analysis of GS5 Controlling Grain Size/Weight and Yield, and Chalk5 Controlling Grain Chalkiness and Head Rice Yield in Rice
Yibo Li, Huazhong Agricultural University; Chuchuan Fan, Huazhong Agricultural University; YongZhong Xing, Huazhong Agricultural University; Yuqing He, Huazhong Agricultural University; Qifa Zhang, Huazhong Agricultural University

9:40 AM
Integration of Forward and Reverse Genomic Approaches to Identify and Clone QTLs for Agronomic Traits in Rice
Jun-ichi Yonemaru, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Jianzhong Wu, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Hiroaki Sakai, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, Japan; Yasunori Nonoue, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Shuichi Fukuoka, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Kiyosumi Hori, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Kaworu Ebana, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Taeko Shibaya, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Nozomi Ono, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Hiroyuki Kanamori, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Harumi Sasaki, NIAS; Satomi Mori, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Tsuyu Ando, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Ayahiko Shomura, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Izumi Kono, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Tatsumi Mizubayashi, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Kazufumi Nagata, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Kazuki Matsubara, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Ritsuko MIzobuchi, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Kazuhiko Sugimoto, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Utako Yamanouchi, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Yusaku Uga, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Fumio Taguchi-Shiobara, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Toshiyuki Takai, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Masahiko Kumagai, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Jungsok Kim, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, Japan; Takanari Tanabata, RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science; Katsuhiko Kondo, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Salem Marzougui, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Eri Tanaka-Ogiso, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Takashi Matsumoto, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Takeshi Itoh, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Toshio Yamamoto, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences; Masahiro Yano, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, Japan

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