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Wednesday, August 24

Session 3: Nitrogen signaling (continuing)

  9:00 -   9:30      ► Yoshikatsu Matsubayashi, Nagoya University, Japan
                               Long-distance mobile peptide mediates systemic nitrogen-demand signaling

  9:30 –  9:45      ► Lixing Yuan, China Agricultural University, Beijing, China
                               A truncated MIKC-type MADS-box gene ZmANR1 mediates lateral
                              root development in maize in response to localized nitrate

  9:45 –  10:00    ► Uwe Ludewig, University of Hohenheim, Germany
                               The earliest transcriptome and (phospho-)proteome changes
                              after nitrate and ammonium deprivation in Arabidopsis roots

10:00 –  10:15    ► Darren Plett, University of Adelaide, Australia
                               Components of the nitrate transport and assimilatory systems
                              of barley are both nitrogen responsive and diurnally regulated

10:15 –  10:30    ► Hideki Takahashi, Michigan State University, USA
                               Nitrogen-responsive small peptide signaling mechanisms regulating
                              root gravitropism and lateral root development in Arabidopsis

                10:30 – 11:00   ►  Coffee break   

Session 4: Genomics and systems biology            

11:00 - 11:30    ► Joan Doidy, New York University, USA
                             New dimensions in the systems biology of nitrogen networks: time, dosage and nutrient interactions

11:30 - 12:00    ► Rodrigo Gutierrez, Pontifical Catholic University of Santiago, Chile
                             Mapping early events in the nitrate signaling pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana

               12:00 - 13:30    ► Lunch

13:30 - 14:00    ► Gabriel Krouk, CNRS Montpellier, France
                             A systems view of nitrogen signaling interactions

14:00 - 14:15    ► Marco Betti, university of Seville, Spain
                             Use of transcriptomics and co-expression networks to analyze the interconnections
                            between nitrogen assimilation and photorespiratory metabolism

14:15 - 14:30    ► Liam Walker, University of Warwick, UK
                             Cell type-specific transcriptomic profiling identifies gene family non-redundancy and
                            high levels of temporal and spatial specificity underlying plant nitrogen responses

14:30 - 14:45    ► Fanny Bellegarde, INRA Montpellier, France
                             Polycomb repressive complex2 modulates NRT2.1 expression under nitrogen
                            limiting conditions

14:45 - 15:00    ► Jose Alvarez, Pontifical Catholic University of Santiago, Chile
                             DNaseI hypersensitivity mapping, genomic footprinting and transcription factor
                            networks in response to nitrate in Arabidopsis roots

                15:00 - 15:30     ► Coffee break

PlaNNet Session

15:30 - 16:00    ► Michael Udvardi, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, USA
                            Nitrogen crises in agriculture and potential solutions

16:00 - 16:30    ► Denise Mauzerall, Princeton University, USA
                            Managing Nitrogen for sustainable development

16:30 - 17:00    ► Luis Rubio, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
                            Functional expression of nitrogenase component proteins in eukaryotes

17:00 - 17:30    ► Philip Poole, University of Oxford, UK
                            Engineering synthetic symbioses between plants and bacteria to deliver
                            nitrogen to crops

17:30 - 19:00    ► Poster session 2, 4, 6 and 7