Plenary Speakers



Rod A. Wing

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Saudi Arabia & University of Arizona, USA

The International Oryza Map Alignment Project (2003-present): From BACs to Gap Free Reference Genomes – What we’ve learned and where we’re going?



Blake C. Meyers

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center &
University of Missouri, USA


Phased, secondary siRNAs in reproduction and vegetative growth of grasses



Jan Leach

College of Agricultural Sciences,
Colorado State University, USA


Path to Durable, Broad-spectrum Resistance in Rice






Yong-Hwan Lee

Department of Agricultural Biotechnology,
Seoul National University, Korea

Reprograming of immunity-related gene expression in rice by nuclear effectors of the rice blast fungus, Magnaporthe oryzae



Julie E. Gray

Biosciences,
University of Sheffield, UK

The Consequences of Altering Stomatal Density



Martin Trilek

Photon Systems Instruments
(PSI), Czech

The Sound of Photosynthesis





Invited Speakers



November 4th




Kenneth McNally

International Rice Research Institute,
Philippines

Exploring Diverse Rice Genomic Variation Using the SNP-Seek V3 Database



Pao-Yang Chen

Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology,
Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Epigenome Bioinformatics in
Rice and Plants



Andrew Jones

The University of Liverpool,
UK

PanOryza: Globally coordinated genomes, proteomes and pathways for rice





Jixian Zhai

Southern University of Science and Technology,
China

An atlas of plant full-length RNA reveals tissue-specific and monocots-dicots conserved regulation of poly(A) tail length



Mathias Lorieux

French National Institute for Sustainable Development
France

Relationships between genomic and epigenetic features, and meiotic recombination in rice










November 5th




Martin Kater

University of Milan,
Italy

Characterisation of ALOG Genes Controlling Rice Inflorescence Development



Antonio Costa de Oliveira

Federal University of Pelotas,
Brazil

Rice Resilience to Abiotic and Biotic Stresses Needs a Lot of WRKYs



Tuan-hua David Ho

Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology,
Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Multifaceted Role of Intrinsically Disordered Highly Proline-rich Proteins in Conferring Biotic and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Rice





Ari Sadanandom

Durham University,
UK

The Role of SUMO in Rice Stress Responses



Bipin Pandey

University of Nottingham,
UK

Pushing Through Hard Times! Ethylene Acts as a Key Signal Regulating Rice Root Adaptive Responses in Compacted Soil



Ludovico Dreni

Spanish Research Council and
Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Beyond ABC: Rice (O. sativa L.) Reveals Essential, Conserved Functions of MADS-box Genes in Seed Coat and Seed Vasculature Development.









November 6th




Apichart Vanavichit

Kasetsart University,
Thailand

Rainbow Rice: A Paradigm Shift in Food Futures



Nese Sreenivasulu

International Rice Research Institute,
Philippines

Bringing the Missing Nutrition into Rice Through Precision Breeding and Functional Genomics



Hiroshi Masuda

Akita University,
Japan

Iron Excess Response and Tolerance Mechanisms in Rice





Dayun Tao

Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Understanding the Nature of Interspecific Hybrid Sterility among AA Genome Species of Rice to utilize wild relatives for rice improvement



Zoe A Wilson

University of Nottingham, UK

Pollen - the weakest link? Developing understanding of environmental sensitivity during pollen formation to help generate more environmentally resilient crops



Erik Murchie

University of Nottingham, UK

Photosynthesis and Resilience in Diverse Rice Germplasm





Chanakan Prom-U-Thai

Chaingmai University, Thailand

Genotypic and environmental control of grain yield and quality in Thai pigmented rice



Jitender Giri

National Institute of Plant Genome Research, India

Membrane lipid remodeling for improving phosphate use efficiency in rice

 

 

 

 





 

 

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19th International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics
November 4-7, 2022 | Phuket, THAILAND.
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