Conference: Impact of Chromatin Domains on Plant Phenotypes
IMPACT OF CHROMATIN DOMAINS ON PLANT PHENOTYPES
9 – 11 DECEMBER 2019; MADRID, SPAIN
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – DEADLINE: 3 OCTOBER 2019
Submit your abstract for this year’s Plant/Cell symposium, Impact of chromatin domains on plant phenotypes, in Madrid, Spain.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to present your research in oral or poster presentation at the symposium and network with colleagues in your field from a global community.
This symposium proposes to bring together a panel of experts in nuclear organisation, chromatin dynamics and stress responses in plants but also renown experts among animal cell biologists; ultimately the aim is to discuss the state of the art in this exciting area of research and foster novel interactions.
- Aline Probst (Université Clermont Auvergne, France)
- Nils Stein (IPK Gatersleben, Germany) - Pan-genome analysis in barley and wheat – genome assembly and detection of large structural variations facilitated through 3D conformation capture
- Arp Schnittger (University of Hamburg, Germany) - Shedding light on chromosome and chromatin behavior in meiosis
- Wendy Bickmore (University of Edinburgh, UK) - How important is 3D genome organisation for function?
- Xuehua Zhong (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA) - Linking Signalling Pathway to Chromatin Dynamics
- Jim Murray (Cardiff University, UK) - Chromatin particle spectrum analysis and the dynamics of sub-nucleosomal particles in Arabidopsis
- Célia Baroux (University of Zurich, Switzerland) - Unlocking the route to reproductive lineage initiation in plants – a role for linker histone eviction?
- Monica Pradillo (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain) - The nuclear envelope is the dance floor for the chromosomes during meiosis
- Ales Pecinka (Institute of Experimental Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - SMC5/6 complex controls ploidy levels of male gametes in Arabidopsis
- Crisanto Gutierrez (CMBSO, Spain) - Chromatin dynamics, cell proliferation and response to the environment: closing the triangle
- Eirini Kaeserli (University of Glasgow, UK) - Nuclear events shaping light-regulated plant architecture
- Christophe Tatout (Université Clermont Auvergne, France)
- Darius Plewczynski (University of Warsaw, Poland)
- Geraint Parry (GARNET, Cardiff University, UK)
- Isabel Bäurle (Universität Potsdam, Germany)
- Moussa Benhamed (Institute of Plant Sciences Paris-Saclay, France)
- Steven Spoel (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Early bird registration deadline: 1 November 2019
Registration is open for the symposium and we would encourage you to register before the early bird deadline to take advantage of the discounted member rates.