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【NEW EVENT】“From Cellular Dynamics to Morphology III” International Webinar Series

Date:  Nov 22, Nov 28, Nov 30,   Dec 2, Dec 6, Dec 19, 2022

This webinar series will be held on the Zoom Webinar platform.

Registration: To obtain a Zoom link, register HERE.

Program and Abstracts: From Cellular Dynamics to Morphology III-Abstract-v1

 

Schedule and Speakers

 

Session I  Tue 22. Nov. 17:00-19:30 JST (UTC+9);

Regulation of cellulose synthesis in land plants

Staffan Persson (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

 

Understanding self-organizing pattern on plant cell wall by mathematical analyses

Atsushi Mochizuki (Kyoto University, Japan)

 

Session II  Mon 28. Nov. 17:00-19:30 JST (UTC+9)
Auxin signaling: more than we have ever imagined

Jiří Friml (Institute of Science and Technology, Austria)

 

Cell polarity establishment and maintenance by NPH3-like protein-mediated PIN cluster formation in land plants

Satoshi Naramoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)

 

Low-auxin responsiveness is key to stem cell regulation in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha

Ryuichi Nishihama (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)

 

Session III  Wed 30. Nov. 17:00-19:30 JST (UTC+9)
Plant responses to water stress: back to the roots

Yang Zhao (Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology, CAS Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences, China)

 

Deciphering the time- and space-dependent cellular dynamics of Arabidopsis root cap

Keiji Nakajima (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)

 

Session IV  Fri 02. Dec. 09:30-11:30 JST (UTC+9)

Dynamic Nutrient Signaling Networks in Plants
Kun-Hsiang Liu (Northwest Agriculture & Forestry University, China / Massachusetts General Hospital, USA)
Ruiqiang Ye (CAS Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences, China)
Jen Sheen (Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA)

 

Session V  Tue 06. Dec. 17:00-19:30 JST (UTC+9)

Placing new walls: Molecular mechanisms of division plane control in plants

Katharina Bürstenbinder (Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Germany)

 

Delivering intracellular materials: Roles and mechanisms ofmicrotubule-based transport in plants

Gohta Goshima (Nagoya University, Japan)

 

Session VI  Mon 19. Dec. 17:00-19:30 JST (UTC+9)

Spatial control of plant steroid receptors in plant adaption to climate stress
Ana I. Caño-Delgado (Center for Research in Agricultural Genomics, Spain)

 

Monophyllaea shoot system is composed of a single, indeterminate cotyledon with no additional organ

Hirokazu Tsukaya (The University of Tokyo, Japan)