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第1回 国際会議
"The 1st International Symposium on Plant Environmental Sensing"

Session Chart

Poster Presentation I (Student Session on Mar. 19)

Poster Presentation II (General Session on Mar. 20)

March 19th (Mon)

Registration
9:30-

Opening remark
10:15-10:30 Akira Nagatani (Kyoto Univ., Japan) Leader of the SRIA
10:30-10:45 John Christie(Univ. Glasgow, UK)Representative of oversea speakers
 
Plenary lecture 1
10:45-11:30 Chair; Mikio Nishimura (NIBB, Japan)
       Ichiro Terashima (Univ. Tokyo, Japan)
       Essential roles of green light in leaf photosynthesis: Why are leaves green?


Session 1 “Innovative technology to study environmental signal perception in plant”
13:00-14:30 Chair; Tetsuro Mimura (Kobe Univ., Japan)
       1 Marisa Otegui(Univ. Wisconsin, USA)
          Imaging approaches to analyze endosomal functions in plants.
       2 Tetsuya Higashiyama (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
          Live-cell biology of plant reproduction.
       3 Fu-Jen Kao, (Natl. Yang-Ming Univ., Taiwan)
          Fluorescence lifetime imaging and analysis in biological systems.

14:30-14:50 Coffee break

14:50-15:50 Chair; Hideki Kambara (Hitachi CRL, Japan)
       4 Yoichiro Hosokawa (NAIST, Japan) 
          Innovative femtosecond laser applications for investigation of plant perception.
       5 Tomoharu Kajiyama (Hitachi CRL, Japan)
          Development of a single-cell analysis technique for plant cells.
          - A technique for extracting small tissue sections for
          site-specific gene expression analysis-

Poster short presentation 1
15:50-17:20

Poster session 1
17:20-18:35

March 20th (Tue, Public Holiday)

Session 2 “Environmental signal perception & response in plant (I)”
9:00-10:30 Chair; Matsuo Uemura (Iwate Univ., Japan)
       1 Junmook Kim (Chonnam Natl. Univ., Korea)
          Cold signaling via cytokinin two-component-like system.
       2 Kenji Miura (Univ. Tsukuba, Japan)
          Regulatory mechanisms of ICE1 for cold signaling and tolerance.
       3 Michael Thomashow (Michigan State Univ., USA)
          Transcriptional networks regulating freezing tolerance in Arabidopsis.

10:30-10:50 Coffee break


10:50-12:20 Chair; Hideyuki Takahashi (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
       4 Yutaka Miyazawa (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
          Molecular mechanism of hydrotropism in Arabidopsis roots and its interaction with
          other environmental stimuli.
       5 Miyo Terao Morita (NAIST, Japan)
          Gravity perception and signaling mechanism in Arabidopsis shoot gravitropism.
       6 Dominique Bergmann(Stanford Univ., USA)
          Stomatal pattern: developmental regulation and functional consequences.

Guided tour to Todaiji & Nigatsudo Temples
13:00-15:00

Poster short presentation 2
15:00-16:30

Poster session 2
16:30-17:45

Relocation to Banquet site
17:45-18:15

Banquet
18:15-20:30 

March 21th (Wed)

Plenary lecture 2
9:00-9:45 Chair; Satoru Tokutomi (Osaka Prefect. Univ., Japan)
       Masamitsu Wada (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
       Molecular mechanism of chloroplast photorelocation movement.

Session 3 "Environmental light signal perception in plant (II)"

9:45-10:45 Chair; Satoru Tokutomi (Osaka Prefect. Univ., Japan)
       1 John Christie (Univ. Glasgow, UK)
          Phototropin function and application.
       2 Kenichiro Shimazaki (Kyusu Univ., Japan)
          Light regulation of stomatal opening and its inhibition by abscisic acid.

10:45-11:00 Coffee break


11:00-12:30 Chair; Moritoshi Iino (Osaka City Univ., Japan)
       3 Giltsu Choi (KAIST, Korea)
          Cytosolic phytochrome signaling.
       4 Akira Nagatani (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
          Modular structure of phytochrome A.
       5 Ko Shimamoto (NAIST, Japan)
          Structure and function of florigen.

Closing remark
12:30-12:40 Akira Nagatani (Kyoto Univ., Japan) Leader of the SRIA
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