Components of Apomixis

In this workshop we treat topics ranging from Meiosis to gametogenesis and embryogenesis related to apomixis
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM-6:10 PM
Room: Pacific Salon 6-7 (2nd Floor)
Emidio Albertini and Tim Sharbel
4:00 PM
Stress Response of Reproductive Pathways in Facultative Apomictic Ranunculus Auricomus Hybrids
Elvira Hoerandl, Georg-August-University of Goettingen; Simone Klatt, Georg-August-University of Goettingen; Ladislav Hodac, Georg-August-University of Goettingen; Diego Hojsgaard, Georg-August-University of Goettingen; Franz Hadacek, Georg-August-University of Goettingen; Tim Sharbel, IPK Gatersleben; Marco Pellino, IPK Gatersleben

4:20 PM
Hot on the Trail of the Sex-Apomixis Switch in Boechera (Brassicaceae)
John G. Carman, Utah State University; Mayelyn Mateo de Arias, Utah State University; Susan M. Nelson, Utah State University; Xinghua Zhao, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University; Lei Gao, Utah State University; Manoj Srivastava, Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute; David A. Sherwood, Utah State University; Michael D. Windham, Duke University

5:00 PM
Harnessing Components of Apomixis for Agricultural Productivity
Shai J. Lawit, DuPont Pioneer; Mark A. Chamberlin, DuPont Pioneer; Tim Fox, DuPont Pioneer; Michelle Van Allen, DuPont Pioneer; Marc C. Albertsen, DuPont Pioneer

5:20 PM
Flower Transcriptomics for Uncovering Genes Related to Plant Reproduction in the Facultative Apomict Hypericum perforatum L.
Gianni Barcaccia, University of Padua; Giulio Galla, University of Padua; Tim Sharbel, IPK Gatersleben

5:40 PM
Muller's Ratchet and Adaptation in Sympatric Sexual and Apomictic Boechera Lineages
John T. Lovell, University of Texas, Austin; Robert J. Williamson, University of Toronto; Stephen I. Wright, University of Toronto; John K. McKay, Colorado State University; Tim Sharbel, IPK Gatersleben

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