Third webinar of the IRN France-Japan Frontiers in Plant Biology: « Development and Adaptation »

Thursday, October 21st

Starting at 9:00 am (4:00 pm Tokyo time). Expected duration ~2h15

Program pdf file

Main talks (20 min + 10 min discussion)
Chairpersons Dr Laurent Nussaume (BIAM CEA Cadarache, France) and Dr Shinichiro Sawa (Kumamoto University, Japan)

8:45 – 9:00               Opening of the Zoom connection; please be connected before 9:00 am (Paris time / 4:00 pm Tokyo time)

9:00 – 9:05              Welcome address by Dr Thierry Gaude (RDP, ENS de Lyon, France) and Dr Takayuki Kohchi (Kyoto University, Japan)

9:05 – 9:35             Dr Alexandre de Saint Germain (IJPB, INRAE, Versailles, France)  Genetic and molecular mechanisms involved in rhizospheric plant-plant interactions Abstract

9:35 – 10:05           Prof Michitaka Notaguchi (Nagoya University, Japan) Insights from “Grafting biology” Abstract

Short talks (8 min + 2 min discussion)
Starting at 10h05  
Chairpersons Dr Gwyneth Ingram (ENS de Lyon, France) and Dr. Chikako Nagasato (Hokkaido University, Japan)

10:05 – 10:15      Dr Marie Monniaux (CNRS researcher, RDP ENS Lyon, France) The role of cell layers during petunia petal development Abstract

10:15 – 10:25     Dr Yuki Hirakawa (Assistant Professor, Gakushuin University, Japan) CLE peptide as a positive regulator of plant stem cell identity Abstract

10:25 – 10:35    Ms Caroline Bellenot (PhD student, LIPME Toulouse, France) Physiology and immunity of Brassicaceae hydathodes upon infection by bacterial pathogens Abstract

10:35 – 10:45    Dr Shunsuke Watanabe (Postdoctoral Researcher, RIKEN CSRS, Japan/BPMP Montpellier, France) Control of root growth direction through indole-3-butyric acid uptake mediated by NPF7.3/NRT1.5 in Arabidopsis Abstract

10:45 – 10:55   Ms Sahar Hani, PhD student (SAVE, BIAM CEA Cadarache, France) Live single cell transcriptional dynamics via RNA labelling during the phosphate response in plants  Abstract

10:55 – 11:05    Dr Hiroaki Matsui (Postdoctoral Researcher, Kwansei Gakuin University) Coordination mechanisms to transport phosphate in marine diatoms Abstract

11:05 – 11:15    Dr Maria Naranjo-Arcos (Postdoctoral Researcher, LRSV Toulouse, France) BRI1 SUMO/deSUMOylation regulates plant responses to elevated temperature

11:15 – 11:25  Dr Nobutoshi Yamaguchi (Assistant Professor, NAIST, Japan) Epigenetic regulation of heat memory in Arabidopsis Abstract

11:25 – 11:30  Concluding remarks by Dr Laurent Nussaume  

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Second webinar of the IRN France-Japan Frontiers in Plant Biology : « Genome dynamics and epigenetics »

Monday, June 28th

Starting at 9:00 am (4:00 pm Tokyo time). Expected duration ~2h15

Program pdf file

Main talks (20 min + 10 min discussion)
Chairpersons Dr François Roudier (ENS de Lyon, France) and Dr Yosuke Tamada (Utsunomiya University, Japan)
8:45 – 9:00               Opening of the Zoom connection; please be connected before 9:00 am (Paris time / 4:00 pm Tokyo time)

9:00 – 9:05              Welcome address by Dr Thierry Gaude (RDP, ENS de Lyon, France) and Dr Takayuki Kohchi (Kyoto University, Japan)

9:05 – 9:35             Dr Leandro Quadrana (IBENS Paris, France) Transposon-induced loss of DNA methylation: Some new kids on the block Abstract

9:30 – 10:05           Dr Sachihiro Matsunaga (University of Tokyo, Japan) Epigenetic priming in plant regeneration  Abstract

Short talks (8 min + 2 min discussion)
Starting at 10h05  
Chairpersons Dr François Roudier (ENS de Lyon) and Dr Yoko Ikeda (Okayama University, Japan)

10:05 – 10:15      Dr Daniel Bouyer, CNRS researcher (RDP, ENS de Lyon, France) Role of DNA methylation dynamics for reproductive success in plants Abstract

10:15 – 10:25     Dr Masayuki Tsuzuki, Assistant Professor (The University of Tokyo, Japan) Pervasive non-coding transcription by Pol V suggesting a genome surveillance mechanism Abstract

10:25 – 10:35     Dr Angélique Déléris, CNRS researcher (I2BC, Université Paris-Saclay, France) Investigating a non-canonical role of H3K27me3 marks at transposable elements Abstract

10:35 – 10:45    Ms Alice Lambolez, PhD student (RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan) Histone modifications controlling the chronology of the wound response
 
 10:45 – 10:55   Dr Olivier Da Ines, CNRS researcher (GReD, Université Clermont Auvergne, France) RAD54 is essential for RAD51-mediated repair of meiotic DSB in Arabidopsis  Abstract 

10:55 – 11:05    Dr Hidenori Takeuchi, Designated Assistant Professor (Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University, Japan) Centromeric chromatin dynamics in the fertilization process of Arabidopsis Abstract

11:05 – 11:15    Dr Jacinthe Azevedo-Favory, CNRS researcher (LGDP, CNRS/UPVD, Perpignan, France) Exploring the role of a new plant specific WG/GW protein family in response to heat stress Abstract

11:15 – 11:20   Concluding remarks by Dr François Roudier   

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Webinar 24th June 2021
Second webinar Japanese Young Researchers in France

Thursday, June 24th

Program pdf file  

8:45 – 9:00              Opening of the Zoom connection; please be connected before 9:00 (Paris time / 16:00 Tokyo time)

9:00 – 9:05              Welcome address by Thierry Gaude

9:05 – 9:30              Dr. Mariko ASAOKA (Assistant professor at Nishitani lab, Kanagawa university, Japan) Towards unraveling the molecular basis of flowering stem integrity

9:30 – 9:55             Yuki AOI (1st year PhD student, INRAE IJPB, Versailles and INRAE BIA, Nantes) Polysaccharide production in seed mucilage; a tool to accelerate cell wall biology research?

9:55 – 10:20          Dr. Naoto SANO (Post-doctoral fellow at IJPB INRAE Versailles) Wearing a good coat: GWAS combined with image analysis demonstrates role for cytokinins in the control of seed coat permeability and longevity

10:20 – 10:45        Dr. Shogo TAKATANI (Post-doctoral fellow, RDP ENS Lyon) Microtubule dynamics behind different cell division rules, shortest plane or tissue stress

10:45 – 12:00        Free discussion between Japanese speakers without the presence of other participant

 

First webinar 8th April 2021 of the IRN France-Japan Frontiers in Plant Biology : « Cell biology & signal transduction »

Main talks (20 min + 10 min discussion) -  Program pdf file

9:45 -10:00 Opening of Zoom connection; please be connected before 10:00 (Paris time / 16:45 – 17:00 Tokyo time)

10:00 -10:05 Welcome address
Dr Thierry Gaude (RDP, Lyon) and Dr Takayuki Kohchi (Kyoto University Kyoto)

10:05 -10:35 Dr. Emmanuelle Bayer (LBM Bordeaux) Staying tight: controlling plant cell-to-cell communication through plasmodesmata membrane contacts. Abstract

10:35 - 11:05 Dr. Junpei Takano (Osaka Prefecture University) Arabidopsis BOR1 is a borate transceptor that senses the boron concentration and promotes its own ubiquitination and degradation. Abstract

Short talks (5 min presentation followed by a brief question/answer discussion)
Chairs: Dr Sébastien Mongrand (LBM, Bordeaux) and Dr Takashi Ueda (NIBB, Okazaki)

Starting at 11:05

  • Dr. Florian Frugier (IPS2 Paris Saclay), Signaling peptides acting in the systemic regulation of root system architecture in legumes. Abstract
  • Dr. Emi Ito (Institute for Human Life Innovation Ochanomizu University) Molecular regulation of plant-unique membrane trafficking pathway in Arabidopsis.   Abstract  
  • Dr. Alexandre Martinière (BPMP Montpellier) Plant Membrane Nano-organization and cell signaling. Abstract
  • Dr. Akira Yoshinari (Nagoya University) Mechanisms underlying outer/inner lateral polar-localization of membrane proteins.    Abstract   
  • Alexis Lebecq (RDP ENS de Lyon) Suppressor of actin 9 (sac9) mutant underlines the interplay between membrane composition and cytoskeleton dynamics during plant cytokinesis.   Abstract  
  • Dr. Hiromasa Shikata (National Institute for Basic Biology) Distribution of two phospholipids defines a dynamic plasma membrane domain for re-orientation of root hair tip growth.  Abstract 
  • Maherun Nisa (IPS2 Paris Saclay) Distinctive roles of E2F transcription factors during plant replicative stress response.   Abstract  
  • Dr. Yushi Yoshitake (Meiji University Kawasaki) Phosphate starvation induces ER degradation via selective autophagy. Abstract

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First webinar Japanese Young Researchers in France

Wednesday, March 31st

Program pdf file

9h30 – 9h55               Chie KODERA, JPB INRAE Versailles (20 + 5 min) What is going on in the cell - during pollination and during cell division - in Arabidopsis thaliana. Abstract
9h55 – 10h15             Kanade TATSUMI, IBMP CNRS Strasbourg (15 + 5 min) Origin of the plant fatty acid omega-hydroxylases and their role for adaptation to land Abstract
10h15 – 10h40           Yoko ITO, LBM Bordeaux (20 + 5 min) Sphingolipids mediate polar sorting of PIN2 through phosphoinositide consumption at the trans-Golgi Network. Abstract
10h40 – 11h00           Kyoka KUROIWA, INRAE Avignon (15 + 5 min) Can we develop durable virus resistance in plants like tomato by loss-of-susceptibility? Abstract
11h00 – 12h00           Free discussion between Japanese speakers without the presence of other participants

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