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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 10, 2016
Time: 1:30 PM-3:40 PM
Room: Pacific Salon 4-5 (2nd Floor)
Organizers:
James Higgins and Susan Armstrong
1:30 PM
Development of Single Chromosome Genomics in Plants
Petr Capal, Institute of Experimental Botany; Nicolas Blavet, Institute of Experimental Botany; Pradeep Ruperao, University of Western Australia; Marie Kubalakova, Institute of Experimental Botany; Anthony Klein, INRA; Judith Burstin, INRA, UMR1347 Agroécologie; David Edwards, University of Western Australia; Jaroslav Dolezel, Institute of Experimental Botany

1:50 PM
What Role can the Meiotic Axis Play in Stabilising Polyploid Meiosis?
Christopher H. Morgan, University of Birmingham

2:10 PM
Homoeologous Relationships of Aegilops caudata and Wheat Chromosomes as Determined by Single Gene FISH Mapping
Tatiana V. Danilova, Kansas State University; Bernd Friebe, Kansas State University; Bikram S. Gill, Kansas State University

2:30 PM
What Can We Learn about Meiosis by Studying the PCH2 in Maize?
Ljudmilla Timofejeva, Department of Gene Technology, Tallinn University of Technology

2:50 PM
Meiotic Thermal Tolerance in Arabisopsis arenosa
Kevin M. Wright, Harvard University

3:10 PM
Three Genome Meiosis in Brassica Hybrids
Annaliese S Mason, Plant Breeding Department, IFZ Research Centre for Biosystems, Land Use and Nutrition, Justus Liebig University

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