Accepted Oral Presentations

The duration of each oral presentation should be 15 minutes (including a discussion).

T01: Beneficial Plant-Microbe Interactions

ID 77
Plant and microbial proteins contributing to beneficial and detrimental root colonisation

Sebastian Schornack (UK)

ID 173
Native root-associated bacteria protect their host plant from a fungal sudden-wilt disease via synergistic mechanism

Rakesh Santhanam (Germany)

ID 263
Volatile compounds emitted by diverse phytopathogenic microorganisms promote plant growth and flowering through cytokinin action

Javier Pozueta-Romero (Spain)

ID 322
Characterization of a pea (Pisum sativum L.) gene family encoding NCR peptides

Vladimir Zhukov (Russia)

ID 851
The importance of microbial-derived phytohormones as biostimulants for plant growth

Jean Yong (Singapore)

T02: Plant Productivity and the Global Carbon Cycle

ID 897
Influence on plant growth of carbon sources, pyrolysis- and HTC-biochar, as additives to carbon-poor-soils

Arnd Kuhn (Germany)

ID 765
Effect of agricultural management on soil carbon cycle

Márton Dencső (Hungary)

ID 643
Survival and productivity of different progenies and provenances of Nothofagus obliqua and N. procera after 14 years in a common environment

Teresa Parada (Chile)

ID 340
Do wheat yield-potential and stress-resilience go hand-in-hand?

Joao Paulo Pennacchi (United Kingdom)

T03: Green Bioactive Molecules

ID 128
Elucidating the mode of action of scopoletin, a plant secondary metabolite, on Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings

Adela M Sánchez Moreiras (Spain)

ID 293
Cytochrome P450 enzymes in the Arabidopsis indole-3-acetonitrile metabolic network: Biological functions and protein-protein interactions

Teresa M. Müller (Germany)

ID 298
A mathematical view of glucosinolate metabolism

Suraj Sharma (Germany)

ID 130
Transcriptomic response of Arabidopsis thaliana to the secondary metabolite citral

Elisa Graña (Spain)

T04: Plant Cell Walls

ID 222
Re-discovery of a forgotten phenomenon: turgor buffering by swelling cell walls

Winfried Peters (USA)

ID 234
Casparian Strips are established through transient recruitment of the exocyst in the endodermis

Lothar Kalmbach (Switzerland)

ID 308
New insights into plant cell walls by Raman and Atomic force microscopy

Notburga Gierlinger (Austria)

ID 342
CrRLK1Ls, at the tip of growth control

Aurélien Boisson-Dernier (Germany)

T05: The Protein World

ID 30
Protein sorting pathways in mitochondria

Juergen Soll (Germany)

ID 213
Examination of diurnal Arabidopsis thaliana protein regulation using quantitative proteomics

R. Glen Uhrig (Switzerland)

ID 302
Impact of illumination on leaf transcriptome and proteome of Arabidopsis thaliana

Boon L. Lim (China)

T06: Pollination and Reproductive Biology

ID 88
Molecular mechanism of the MADS transcription factor SEPALLATA3 in plant reproductive development

Veronique Hugouvieux (France)

ID 137
HYDRA gene regulates sporogenesis in tomato and reveals a repressive role of the developing gametes in the control of ovary growth

José Pío Beltrán (Spain)

ID 203
Early embryogenesis in Arabidopsis – what we can learn from master YODA

Martin Bayer (Germany)

ID 401
Floral heteromorphy in Primula vulgaris: new insights for an old model

Jonathan Cocker (UK)

T07: Epigenetics

ID 63
Identifying non-helical DNA structures and their roles in Arabidopsis

Matthew Gentry (Sweden)

ID 206
Effects of epigenetic inhibitors of histone methylation and deacetylation in microspore embryogenesis and expression changes of histone modifiers enzymes during pollen development and embryogenesis

Eduardo Berenguer (Spain)

ID 244
Polycomb repressive complex 2 prevents reprogramming of plant cells to totipotency

Iva Mozgova (Sweden)

T08: Carbon Assimilation (from Genome to Biome)

ID 220
Structural and biochemical diversity in forms of C4 photosynthesis and C3-C4 intermediates in genus Portulaca L. (Portulacaceae)

Elena Voznesenskaya (Russia)

ID 93
The chemical nature of parasitic and mycoheterotrophic metabolism involves the reconfiguration of substrate usage in order to sustain the tricarboxylic acid cycle

Anna Johanna Wiese (South Africa)

ID 325
CO2 gradient across hypostomatous leaves as revealed from carbon isotope composition of opposite-leaf-side cuticles

Jitka Neuwirthová (Czech Republic)

ID 400
Identification and functional characterization of transcription factors regulating ZmPEPC1 in maize

Alicja Górska (Portugal)

T09: Phytohormones

ID 73
Auxin-dependent cell size determination and differential growth regulation

Jürgen Kleine-Vehn (Austria)

ID 79
The importance of strigolactone transport in petunia hypodermal passage cell formation and nutrient uptake

Guo-Wei Liu (Switzerland)

ID 148
CFB, a cytokinin-regulated gene of Arabidopsis thaliana encoding a novel F-box protein regulating sterol biosynthesis

Wolfram Brenner (Germany)

ID 265
Abscisic acid and ubiquitination: two contenders in the control of the stability of abscisic acid receptors

Elisa Iniesto (Spain)

T10: Abiotic Stress Response I

ID 327
Unveiling the key players of the rice SUMOylation machinery and their role in drought response

Margarida Rosa (Portugal)

ID 387
Molecular mechanism and physiological functions of stress-induced potassium leakage from plant roots

Vadim Demidchik (Belarus)

ID 777
Energy-linked tolerance towards water deficit coordinates mitochondrial ATP synthesis with an entrainment of the circadian clock to increase plant longevity and cellular growth

Margaretha Van Der Merwe (Australia)

ID 331
Dehydrins in plant response to abiotic stresses

Pavel Vítámvás (Czech Republic)

T10: Abiotic Stress Response II

ID 24
Functional genomics and bioinformatics for gene discovery and evolutionary mechanisms on abiotic stress tolerance in rice

Shuye Jiang (Singapore)

ID 42
Investigation of Holcus lanatus and associated fungal responses to extreme soil pH using next generation sequencing

Ellen Young (UK)

ID 143
Integrating transcriptomics and physiology to assess the drought response and recovery behaviour of the biodiesel plant Jatropha curcas

Helena Sapeta (Portugal)

ID 188
The control of growth plasticity by NAC transcription factors

Bernd Mueller-Roeber (Germany)

ID 233
Phosphoproteomics and interactomics reveal novel regulatory mechanisms of plant aquaporins

Véronique Santoni (France)

T11: Plant/Environment Interfaces

ID 109
Shaping epidermal pavement cells: a new role for formins

Fatima Cvrčková (Czech Republic)

ID 311
Waterproofing in Arabidopsis: Following phenolics and lipids in situ by Confocal Raman Microscopy

Batirtze Prats Mateu (Austria)

ID 87
Characterization of root epidermal cells of barley root-hair mutants using cell biological and molecular techniques

Marek Marzec (Poland)

ID 326
Cellulase-induced resistance against a Trichoderma peptaibol in Arabidopsis root tips

Allan G. Rasmusson (Sweden)

T12: Ecosystems Under Climate Change

ID 92
The FLEX satellite mission – Measuring and understanding the global dynamics of sun-induced fluorescence, photosynthesis and vegetation stress

Uwe Rascher (Germany)

ID 371
Can beech trees significantly contribute to nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4) fluxes at mountain forest sites?

Katerina Machacova (Czech Republic)

T15: Plant Responses to Environmental Stimuli

ID 291
Positive role of negative regulation – the role of negative regulator of ABA HvCBP20 under drought stress in barley

Agata Daszkowska-Golec (Poland)

ID 294
Can light intensify the chilling tolerance of young maize plants?

Gabriella Szalai (Hungary)

ID 379
HY5 integrates the effect of light and temperature in thermoperiodic control of shoot elongation by action on hormone metabolism genes

Jorunn Elisabeth Olsen (Norway)

ID 219
Endocytic trafficking of activated FLS2 is controlled by ubiquitination events

Katarzyna Rybak (United Kingdom)

ID 335
Identification of genetic components that regulate shade tolerance in response to proximity vegetation

Maria Jose Molina Contreras (Spain)

T16: Membrane Dynamics in Plant Development

ID 53
Super-resolved and dynamic imaging in plant cells

Doan Trung Luu (France)

ID 81
Idenfication and characterization of SSD6 in Arabidopsis

Wenjun Xie (Denmark)

ID 216
MTV9, a unique plant gene involved in trafficking to the vacuole

Guillermo Ruano Blanco (Spain)

ID 255
Plant exocyst tethering complex in development – between exocytosis and autophagy

Viktor Zarsky (Czech Republic)

ID 289
Calcium Signaling at the Plasma Membrane-Microtubule Connection

Katharina Bürstenbinder (Germany)

ID 317
Role of small Rab GTPases in membrane trafficking, endosomal interactions and growth oscillations in Arabidopsis root hairs

Miroslav Ovečka (Czech Republic)

T17: Developmental Biology of Seeds

ID 398
HY5- and XERICO- dependent modulation of GA/ABA metabolism and signaling confers stimulation of germination of dormant Arabidopsis seeds by blue light

Marlena Stawska (Poland)

ID 462
Combinational anatomical, chemical and genomic approaches to dissect pea seed dormancy, a key domestication trait

Petr Smýkal (Czech Republic)

ID 550
Mutations in multiple KRP genes increase leaf size of Arabidopsis plants as a consequence of a seed abortion induced effect on seed size

Bulelani Sizani (Belgium)

ID 626
The role of testa during establishment of physical dormancy of pea

Anna Janská (Czech Republic)

T18: Seed Biology and Biotechnology

ID 56
Unravelling the metabolic architecture of cereal grains and perspectives for crop improvement

Hardy Rolletschek (Germany)

ID 297
Automated phenotyping of individual seeds of very different size

Siegfried Jahnke (Germany)

ID 191
Computed Tomography for seed analysis effect of X-ray radiation on seed germination rate

Joelle Claußen (Germany)

T19: Plant Nutrition – Macronutrients

ID 94
Phosphate export in the seed apoplast by the Arabidopis thaliana PHO1 transporter is involved in Pi transfer from the maternal tissues to the developing embryo

Evangelia Vogiatzaki (Switzerland)

ID 110
The importance of cell-type-specific distributions of mineral elements for plant nutrition

Paula Pongrac (UK)

ID 131
Cellular distribution patterns of calcium and phosphorus within leaves of Australian and South American Proteaceae

Patrick Hayes (Australia)

ID 253
Effects of different nitrogen regimes on growth and characteristics of two transgenic Betula species with a pine GS1 gene

Vadim Lebedev (Russia)

T20: Plant Nutrition – Micronutrients

ID 388
NtXIP1 aquaporins belonging to the X Intrinsic Protein family facilitate boric acid diffusion in Nicotiana tabacum plants

Beatriz Muries (Belgium)

ID 10
Designer high iron rice: transgenic approaches and molecular regulation

Soumitra Paul (India)

ID 468
Update on the regulation of iron deficiency responses

Petra Bauer (Germany)

T21: Molecular Basis of Plant Breeding

ID 71
Genetic Regulation of Day Length Adaptation and Bulb Formation in Onion (Allium cepa L.)

Harun Ar Rashid (UK)

ID 83
Resurrection of somatic hybridization in genomic era: the case of potato

Elena Rakosy-Tican (Romania)

ID 198
Mapping-by-sequencing accelerates gene cloning in barley

Matthias Jost (Germany)

ID 47
Insights to the genetic basis of composite spike form in barley and ‘Miracle-Wheat’; paving a way of breeding to enhance yield potential in Triticeae

Naser Poursarebani (Germany)

T22: Science Communication

ID 930
Join our Social Reporting Team: an introduction to online conference reporting

Calum MacKichan (Belgium)

ID 931
Fascination of Plants Day at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Anne Kathrine Hvoslef-Eide (Norway)

T23: Structural and Functional Genomics

ID 8
Utilizing Alloplasmic Wheat to Understand Cytonuclear Crosstalk and Improve Stress Tolerance

Marisa Miller (USA)

ID 31
A holistic view on evolution and stability of plant genomes

Ingo Schubert (Germany)

ID 102
The comparison of female and hermaphrodite mitochondrial transcriptomes in Silene vulgaris, the species with ever changing mitochondrial genomes

Helena Štorchová (Czech Republic)

ID 91
Novel trait induction in elite wheat varieties

Julian Greenwood (Australia)

ID 329
A system for reconstructing gene regulatory networks in plants

Wen-Chi Chang (Taiwan)

T24: Metal Metabolism

ID 226
Transformation and Subcellular Distribution of Arsenic and Mechanism of its Sub-lethal Toxicity in Plants

Seema Mishra (India)

ID 232
Nitric oxide II (NO) plays a role in the formation of the Zn-related pre-necrotic/necrotic regions in tobacco leaves

Aleksandra Weremczuk (Poland)

ID 319
Atwbc19 (ABCG19): an ABC transporter with a role in antibiotic resistance and metal homeostasis

Mentewab Ayalew (USA)

ID 597
Phytochelatin synthase in the charophyte Nitella mucronata: a primogenial role in metal micronutrient homeostasis?

Luigi Sanità di Toppi (Italy)

T25: Root Biology

ID 132
Telomere length gradients preserve the meristematic potential and stem cell function in the root of Arabidopsis Thaliana

Mary-Paz González-García (Spain)

ID 305
Importance of YODA and MPK6 in cell division plane orientation during post-embryogenic Arabidopsis root growth

George Komis (Czech Republic)

ID 356
Investigating belowground dynamics with MRI and PET

Ralf Metzner (Germany)

ID 396
LOB-domain transcriptional factors are not only key components of plant root development but may link cell division and differentiation in Brachypodium distachyon

János Györgyey (Hungary)

T26: Plant Photochemistry

ID 76
Photosynthetic electron transport responses in detached leaves of two ecotypes of the resurrection plant Haberlea rhodopensis grown under natural habitat

Kenny Paul (Hungary)

ID 95
OXI1 kinase is a regulator of cell death induced by high light stress in Arabidopsis

Michel Havaux (France)

ID 399
Parallel subfunctionalisation of PsbO protein isoforms and their GTPase activity

Miloš Duchoslav (Czech Republic)

T27: Plant-Biotic-Environment Interactions

ID 58
Alternative splicing produces a non-canonical subtilase that regulates the transcriptional control of Arabidopsis defence responses

Susana Rivas (France)

ID 61
Novel resistance mechanisms of a wild tomato against the glasshouse whitefly

Thomas McDaniel (UK)

ID 192
Gene repression in early developing giant cells induced by root-knot nematodes

Javier Cabrera (Spain)

ID 197
Structural and Functional Analysis of a Plasma Membrane-localized Plant Immune Receptor

Farid El Kasmi (USA)

T28: Stomata: Development, Patterning, Function

ID 243
A weak SPCH allele is a sensitized genotype to study BL influence on stomata development

Alberto de Marcos Serrano (Spain)

ID 260
Light-induced stomatal development in Arabidopsis leaves

Marie Hronkova (Czech Republic)

ID 347
A novel screen to identify new components in early stomatal regulation and signaling

Melanie Carmody (Finland)

ID 771
High-throughput screening of stomatal responses to biotic stress reveals new components of immune signalling

Deirdre McLachlan (United Kingdom)

T29: Grassland – Production and Carbon Allocation

ID 282
Aboveground Biomass Production Efficiency (aBPE) of a French grassland

Laura Heid (France)

ID 103
Variation in leaf-level photosynthesis among Switchgrass genotypes exposed to low temperatures does not scale with final biomass yield

Bruce Osborne (Ireland)

ID 349
Stable oxygen and carbon isotope signals in cellulose of temperate humid grassland vegetation: an integrative examination using the MuSICA model

Regina Theresia Hirl (Germany)

ID 908
Determination of carbon allocation pattern in higher plants

Jennifer Albrand (Germany)

T30: Plant Vascular Trafficking

ID 146
New insights into the functional anatomy of wood parenchyma

Lenka Plavcová (Czech Republic)

ID 359
Integrative study of wind-induced flexure wood formation

Jeanne Roignant (France)

ID 299
Traits of water conducting system in fine roots of eight European broadleaved tree species from different environments

Tanja Mrak (Slovenia)

ID 321
Zero flow – How to calculate it without cutting the stem?

Martina Lavrič (Slovenia)

T31: Use of Data Standards in Plant Science

ID 315
Contribution to a European roadmap for data standardisation in Plant Science at INRA

Anne-Françoise Adam-Blondon (France)

ID 352
Exploring the phenome

Georgios Gkoutos (UK)

ID 354
Standards, Standards just a Nuisance?

Björn Usadel (Germany)

ID 372
Plant Experimental Assay Ontology

Célia M. Miguel (Portugal)

T32: Flowering Time and Floral Transition

ID 171
Flowering time in Brassica napus: Lessons from a polyploid model

Sarah Schiessl (Germany)

ID 268
Characterization of Two Key Regulators Controlling Bolting Time in Beta Species Reveals a Novel Mechanism for Floral Transition in Beet

Nadine Dally (Germany)

ID 300
Allele mining in wild barley: finding new exotic genes controlling flowering time in the barley nested association mapping (NAM) population HEB-25

Goetz Hensel (Germany)

ID 385
Natural variation of the FLM locus fine-tunes flowering time of Arabidopsis thaliana in response to changing ambient temperature

Claus Schwechheimer (Germany)


Last update on May 29, 2016.