中国—新西兰(NAFU—PFR)联合苹果研究中心第一次学术研讨会

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  中国—新西兰(NAFU—PFR)联合苹果研究中心第一次学术研讨会

  时间:2018年7月2日

  地点:园艺学院207会议室

 9:00-9:35

  Application of markers in apple breeding

  Vincent Bus

 9:35-10:00

  The role of autophagy related genes in response to different stresses in apple

  Xiaoqing Gong

 10:00-10:35

  Marker validation for resistance and quality traits in apple

  David Chagne

 10:35-10:45

  Coffee time

 10:45-11:20

  Linking changes in flowering gene expression and chromatin states in apple

  Steven van Nocker

 11:20-11:45

  Critical roles of MdMYB88 and MdMYB124 in drought tolerance of apple

  Qingmei Guan

 12:00-14:30

  Lunch time

 14:30-14:55

  Virulence factors of apple Valsa canker pathogen identified by genomic analysis

  Zhiyuan Yin

 14:55-15:30

  Marker application in apple rootstock breeding

  Sue Gardiner

 15:30-15:55

  Apple germplasm evaluation and the apple breeding program at NAFU

  Wei Liang

 15:55-16:30

  Omics assisted pipfruit breeding program at PFR (with a focus on genome selection)

  Cecilia Deng

 16:30-16:55

  Flavonoid compounds and their functions and metabolisms in Malus

  Pengmin Li

 16:55-17:10

  Coffee time

 17:10-18:30

  Discussion with Ph.D students and young faculties for other topics

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  新西兰方面报告人简介:

  Vincent Bus: Science group leader in Tree Crops. Vincent has extensively worked in breeding of new pipfruit cultivars with improved pest and disease resistance. His expertise include understanding host-pathogen interactions to achieve durable resistance, developing genetic markers, applying marker assisted selection for resistance traits in breeding programs.

  

  David Chagne: Science group leader in Molecular and Digital Breeding. Also a research staff at the Otago University. David has profound experience in gene mapping, genetic markers detection, marker assisted selection, and plant genomics. His research interest is application of molecular genetics and genomics to understand genetic controls of plant characteristics. David is a co-leader in genomics program at ‘Genomics Aotearoa’, a government funded collaborative platform for genomics and bioinformatics research in New Zealand.

  

  Sue Gardiner: Principle scientist in the Map and Marker team. She is a highly respected senior woman scientist and has worked in genetics mapping in apples and other fruit crops since 1990s. Her expertise include molecular markers discovery and breeding, applying genomic technologies to improve the efficiency of breeding new varieties in fruit crops. Her interest is gardening, with a special love for rhododendrons.

  

  Cecilia Deng: Senior bioinformatician. She has led the bioinformatics analysis in fruit crops (apple, pear, peach and citrus) and pipfruit pathogen genomics projects. Her expertise are database design and Omics data processing, including genome assembly, transcriptome profiling, large structure variation detection and high throughput genotyping. Cecilia also involves in the Genomics Aotearoa platform.

  园艺学院

  2018年6月30日