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Thursday, August 25

Session 5: Nitrogen interactions with other nutrients/signals

  9:00 -   9:30       ► Arnold Bloom, University of California at Davis, USA
                                Inorganic nitrogen form: A major player in plant responses to rising
                                atmospheric CO2

  9:30 - 10:00       ► Anna Amtmann, University of Glasgow, UK
                               Cross-talk of nutrient signalling pathways in roots: N, P, K and S                            

 10:00 - 10:30      ► Laurence Lejay, INRA Montpellier, France
                               Regulation of root NO3- uptake by carbon and nitrogen using NRT2.1 as a target

                10:30 – 11:00   ► Coffee break               

11:00 – 11:15       ► Takeo Sato, University of Hokkaido, Japan
                                Arabidopsis CBL-Interacting protein kinases regulate carbon nitrogen-nutrient
                                response by phosphorylating Ubiquitin ligase ATL31

11:15 – 11:30       ► Jean-Jacques Drevon, INRA Montpellier, France
                                Phosphorus requirement for symbiotic N2 fixation: a major challenge for sustainable
                                agro-ecosystems

11:30 – 11:45       ► Teresa Fitzpatrick, University of Geneva, Switzerland
                                Vitamin B6: A new player in nitrogen metabolism in Arabidopsis?

11:45 – 12:00       ► Anna Medici, Montpellier SupAgro, France
                                Nitrate drives the phosphate starvation response through IDR1

               12:00 – 13:30    ► Lunch

Session 6: Bacterial, Algal and Fungal systems and interactions with plants

13:30-14:00         ► Karl Forchhammer, University of Tübingen, Germany
                                PII signaling as a central hub for Carbon/Nitrogen assimilation

14:00-14:30         ► Aurora Galvan, University of Cordoba, Spain
                               How does Chlamydomonas handle nitrate?

14:30-15:00         ► Joseph Strauss, BOKU University, Vienna, Austria
                               Reversible oxidation of a conserved methionine in the nuclear export sequence
                               determines subcellular distribution and activity of the fungal nitrate regulator NirA

15:00-15:15         ► Perrin Beatty, University of Alberta, Canada
                               On the path towards nitrogen-fixing plants: developing plants that express a
                               functional nitrogenase

15:15-15:30         ► Marc Lepetit, INRA Montpellier, France
                               N signaling a major driver of rhizobium-legume symbiosis

15:30-16:00        ► Conference photo

                16:00 – 16:30   ► Coffee break
               16:30 – 19:00    ► Free time
               19:00 – 01:00    ► Gala dinner and party