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Fungal Genomics

To discuss recent advances in fungal genomics focusing on the biology rather than technology. Topics can include individual genomes, comparative genomics, population genomics of evolutionary biology using genomic data.
Date: Sunday, January 11, 2015
Time: 10:30 AM-12:40 PM
Room: Royal Palm Salon 3-4
Organizer:
Stephen B. Goodwin
10:50 AM
Fungal SM Genome Biology: How to Translate Whole Genome Sequence Information into the Secondary Metabolome in Filamentous Fungi?
Cheng-Cang Charles Wu, Intact Genomics, Inc.; Jin Woo Bok, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Jessica C Albright, Northwestern University; Rosa Ye, Intact Genomics, Inc.; Anthony W Anthony W Goering, Northwestern University; Neil L Kelleher, Northwestern University; Nancy P Keller, University of Wisconsin at Madison

11:10 AM
Cronartium Comparative Genomics: Understanding the Canker Causing Basidiomycete Genomes
Braham Dhillon, University of British Columbia; Nicolas Feau, University of British Columbia; Richard Hamelin, University of British Columbia

11:30 AM
Wheat Expression Differences Induced by Six Puccinia triticina Races
Kerri Neugebauer, Kansas State University; Myron Bruce, USDA-ARS-HWWGRU; Harold N. Trick, Kansas State University; John Fellers, USDA ARS

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