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DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27TH, 2019

8:30 – Registration 3rd iPLANTA Conference

9:30 - Welcome adress: Bruno Mezzetti, Jeremy Sweet, Pedro Fevereiro, Cláudio Soares (Director of ITQB) and Nuno Canada (President of INIAV)

9:45 - Open Session 1 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Pedro Fevereiro

1 - M.A. AKBUDAK, V. SRIVASTAVA: TERMINATOR: LESS TRANSGENE CONSTRUCTS TRIGGER RNAi PATHWAY

2 - JEAN-PHILIPPE COMBIERMICRORNA: ENCODED PEPTIDES AS A NEW SOURCE OF MOLECULES FOR SUSTAINED AGRICULTURE

3 - ANTJE DIETZ-PFEILSTETTER, ULRIKE MANSKECHARACTERISATION OF EPIALLELIC VARIANTS OF A SILENCED TRANSGENIC TOBACCO LINE

4 - A. SMOCZYNSKA, A.GRABOWSKA, A.PACAK, A.JARMOLOWSKI AND Z.SZWEYKOWSKA-KULINSKA: BARLEY MIR444.3 AND ITS TARGET - MADS27 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR CONTROL ROOT RESPONSE TO NITRPOGEN EXCESS

5 - HRVOJE FULGOSI AND LEA VOJTA: CHLOROPLAST COMPLEX IMMUNOPHILIN CYP38 AS A TARGET FOR RNAi SILENCING

6 - Z. SZWEYKOWSKA-KULINSKA, A. PACAK, A. SMOCZYNSKA, K. KRUSZKA, A. SWIDA-BARTECZKA, W. KARLOWSKI, D. TARKOWSKA, A. JARMOLOWSKI: MIR444.1 EXPRESSION CONTROLS TILLERING IN BARLEY PLANTS AND STRONGLY AFFECTS GRAIN PRODUCTION

11:15 – 11:45 - Coffee Break 

11:45 - International Invited Lecture 1  (45 min) - Chairperson Huw Jones

W. MOAR, R. FERNANDEZ CANTON, K. GIDDINGS, G. WATSON, J. PETRICK, AND C. BROWN

REGULATORY CONSIDERATIONS FOR RNAi-BASED PRODUCTS: THE PARADIGM FOR TRANSGENICS AND BIOLOGICALS IS STILL APPROPRIATE

12:30 - General Discussion 

13:00 - 14:15 - Lunch

14:15 - Open Session 2 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Bruno Mezzetti

1 - B. MACUCHOVA, L. OHNOUTKOVA, T. VLCKO, S. HAYTA, M. SMEDLEY, P. CEJRNAR, W. HARWOOD: HIGH EFFICIENT TRANSFORMATION OF RNAi CONSTRUCTS AGAINST WDV VIRUS IN WHEAT

2 - A. GRABOWSKA, A. SMOCZYŃSKA, A. JARMOŁOWSKI AND Z. SZWEYKOWSKA-KULIŃSKA:  BARLEY PRI-MIRNAS FROM MIR444 FAMILY ENCODE PEPTIDES

3 - KHIRA LETTKEMANN, PETRA HOFFMANN, MATTHIAS FLADUNG : CHITO-POP: IMPROVEMENT OF MYCORRHIZA SYMBIOSIS AND MELAMPSORA SPP. RESISTANCE BY CRISPR/CAS9 MODIFICATION OF LYSM-RLK PROTEINS

4 - TOBIAS BRUEGMANN, MATTHIAS FLADUNG: DNA-FREE GENOME EDITNG FOR GENE KNOCKOUT

15:15 - International Invited Lecture 2 (45 min) - Chairperson Attila Molnar

1 - D. CAGLIARI, ERICMAR A. DOS SANTOS, NAYMÃ P. DIAS; FREDERICO S. KREMER, GUY SMAGGHE, MOISES J. ZOTTI

VIGS: AN ALTERNATIVE dsRNA DELIVERY STRATEGY IN EUSCHISTUS HEROS

16:00 – 16.30 - Coffee Break and Poster Session

16:30 - Open Session 3 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Guy Smagghe

1 - DALAKOURAS A., JARAUSCH W., BUCHHOLZ G., BASSLER A., BRAUN M., MANTHEY T., KRCZAL G. AND WASSENEGGER M.DELIVERY OF SMALL INTERFERING RNA AND DOUBLE STRANDED RNA INTO PLANT

2 - MARKO PETEK, ANNA COLL, TJAŠA LUKAN, BARBARA DUŠAK, KATJA STARE, KRISTINA GRUDENSILENCING ETHYLENE RESPONSE FACTOR STERF49 REVEALS ITS ROLE AS NEGATIVE REGULATOR OF POTATO DEFENCE RESPONSE AGAINST PVY

3 - ADÉLA RŮŽIČKOVÁ, YUE FEI, LUKÁŠ FISCHER AND ATTILA MOLNARINVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF RNAi-INDUCED HETEROCHROMATIN ON GENE EDITING

4 - M.VINCEKOVIĆ, S. JURIĆ, N. JALŠENJAK, K. VLAHOVIČEK KAHLINA, L. MASLOV BANDIĆ, M. VISKIĆ, M. MRKONIĆ FUKA: ENCAPSULATION METHOD AS A PROMISSING TOOL FOR RNAi-BASED PRODUCTS IN PLANT PROTECTION

5 - J.R. PARREIRA, M. CAPPUCCIO, A. BALESTRAZZI, P. FEVEREIRO, S.S. ARAÚJO: POST TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION MEDIATED BY MIRNAS DURING SEED DEVELOPMENT IN PHASEOLUS VULGARIS L

17:45 - General Discussion 

18:30 - end of the day

 

DAY 2 – THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28TH, 2019

8:45 - Open Session 4 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Salvatore Arpaia

1 - M. RAVELONANDRO, P. BRIARD , R.SCORZA, A. CALLAHAN, C.DARDICK: SUSTAINABLE RESPONSE OF PLUM-TREE TO VIRUS INFECTION

2 - K.VASUDEVAN AND H.VANDERSCHURENDEVELOPMENT OF WHITEFLY RESISTANCE IN CASSAVA THROUGH RNA SILENCING APPROACHES

3 - YONGWEI SUN, CAROLINE SPARKS, HUW D JONES, MANDY RILEY, FRÉDÉRIC FRANCIS, AND LANQIN XIA: SILENCING AN ESSENTIAL GENE INVOLVED IN INFESTATION AND DIGESTION IN GRAIN APHID THROUGH PLANT-MEDIATED RNA INTERFERENCE GENERATES APHID-RESISTANT WHEAT PLANTS

4 - C.N.T.TANING, O.CHRISTIAENS, L.SWEVERS, G.SMAGGHE: EXPLOITING AN ENGINEERED INSECT VIRUS AS A DELIVERY VEHICLE TO IMPROVE RNAI EFFECTS IN FRUIT FLIES

5 - A.S.DUQUE, I.TRINDADE, S.COSTA, D.SANTOS, P.FEVEREIRO: MEDICAGO TRUNCATULA PLANTS WITH INHIBITED MiR408 ACTIVITY (MIM408) SHOW REDUCED SOMATIC EMBRYOGENIC COMPETENCE

10:00-10:45 Coffee break and Poster Session

10.45 - Open Session 5 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Jeremy Sweet

1 - EHSAN VALIOLLAHI & JORGE A. PINTO PAIVA: EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS LONG NONCODING RNAs: GENOME-WIDE IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION

2 - O. CHRISTIAENS, K. PRENTICE, J. WILLOW, S. GUI, M. JAHANI, C. N.T. TANING, K. DE SCHUTTER, M. FERRANTE, E. KAURILIND, N.L. CASTELLANOS, E. VEROMANN, G. LOVEI, G. SMAGGHE: INVESTIGATION OF POSSIBLE OFF-TARGET GENE SILENCING IN THE PARASITOID WASP NASONIA VITRIPENNISUPON FEEDING BEETLE-SPECIFIC DSRNA, USING A COMBINED BIOINFORMATICS AND QPCR APPROACH

3 - A. RAYBOULD, H. THOMPSON, A. BURNS, K. SCHLINK: PROBLEM FORMULATION: ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT FOR SPRAY APPLICATIONS OF INSECTICIDES CONTAINING DOUBLE-STRANDED RNA

4 - I. ZAGRAI, L.A. ZAGRAI, M. RAVELONANDRO, R. SCORZA, G. GUZU: ASSESSMENT OF THE DIVERSITY AND DYNAMICS OF APHID POPULATION AND BEES PREFERENCES FOR TRANSGENIC AND CONVENTIONAL PLUMS

5 -D.C.M. GLANDORF,C.P.E. VAN RIJN, J.W.A.SCHEEPMAKERENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF RNA SPRAYS – WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM RNAI BASED PLANTS?

12:00 - 12:30 General Discussion

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch 

14.00 - Open Session 6 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson William Moar

1 - H.A. KUIPER, G.A. KLETER, E.J. KOK: FOOD AND FEED SAFETY CONSIDERAT|IONS FOR RNAi-MODIFIED PLANTS

2 - L.A. ZAGRAI, I. ZAGRAI, R. SCORZA, M. RAVELONANDRO, G. GUZUHONEYSWEET – AN RNAI BASED TRANSGENIC PLUM ADAPTED TO THE PPV ENDEMIC AND ECOLOGICAL CONDITION FROM ROMANIA

14:30 - International Invited Lecture 3 (45 min) - Chairperson Vera Ventura

A. SHEW, L.L. NALLEY, H. SNELL, R. NAYGA, B. DICKSON

NEW AND OLD BIOTECH: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR WINNING CONSUMERS TO CRISPR IN FOOD PRODUCTION

15:15-15:30 Coffee break

15:30 - Session 7 - Oral Presentations (15 min each) - Chairperson Matina Tsalavouta

1 - P. FEVEREIROINNOVPLANTPROTECT – A PRIVATE NON PROFIT INITIATIVE TO DEVELOP NEW PLANT PROTECT SOLUTIONS

2 - M. VIGANI, R.BERRY, J. URQUHART: FARMERS PREFERENCES TOWARDS GENE EDITED CROP REGULATION IN POST-BREXIT UK

3 - HILDE-GUNN OPSAHL-SORTEBERGDISSEMINATION ACTIVITIES AND IMPORTANT BASELINES TO SUCCEED, INCLUDING COMMUNICATION HIGHLIGHTS FROM COST ACADEMY COURSES

15:30 -  International Invited Lecture 4 (45 min) - Chairperson Hilde-Gunn Opsahl-Sorteberg

F. BOUDER

IMPROVING SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION ON CHALLENGING TOPICS: LESSONS FROM 50 YEARS OF RISK COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

16:15 - Round Table and General Discussion

18:00 - end of the day

19:30 - Conference Dinner 

 

DAY 3 – FRIDAY MARCH 1ST, 2019

9:00 - Management committee meeting (in parallel with Poster session)

12:30 - End of the conference - Farewell

 

POSTERS

1 - Y.ZHAO, F.REN, Q.LU, J.SUN,L.SWEVERS: BIOTECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS FOR DELIVERY OF DSRNA TO CROP PESTS THAT DO NOT INVOLVE TRANSGENIC ORGANISMS

2 - E. G. PAPAZOGLOU, S. ARPAIA: PHYTOREMEDIATION OF POLLUTED SOILS USING RNAi PLANTS

3 - A. RICCI, C.O.LIMERA, L. CAPRIOTTI, B.MEZZETTI, S.SABBADINI: EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT FACTORS IN OPTIMIZING STABLE EXPRESSION OF PPV-HAIRPIN CONSTRUCT IN HANSEN 536 (Prunus persica x Prunus amygdalus) PEACH ROOTSTOCK

4 - Z. GERSI, M.ZIMOVA, E.BOSZORADOVA, I.MATUSIKOVA, K. RAZNA,J.MORAVCIKOVA: MICRO RNAS IN TRANSGENIC AND NONTRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS EXPOSED TO ABIOTIC STRESS.

5 - K. MULLER, Z. VONDRAKOVA, R. FILEPOVA, T. MORAVEC, J. PETRASEK: SIMPLE WORKFLOW FOR RNAI-INDUCING CONSTRUCT USING GOLDENBRAID CLONING SYSTEM

6 - N.SADOT, O.SHOSEYOV: GRAPEVINE-LEAFROLL ASSOCIATED VIRUS AND ITS CURE VIA RNAI

7 - L. SCHAEFER, S. BOURRAS, B. KELLER: OST-INDUCED GENE SILENCING IN WHEAT POWDERY MILDEW

8 - N. ALBURQUERQUE, P. DÍAZ-VIVANCOS, L. FAIZE, J. A. HERNÁNDEZ, LORENZO BURGOS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON ROOTSTOCK-TO-SCION TRANSFER OF TRANSGENE-DERIVED SMALL INTERFERING RNAs AND THEIR EFFECT ON SHARKA RESISTANCE IN NON-TRANSGENIC FRUIT TREES

10 - KNORR E, FISHILEVICH E, TENBUSCH L, FREY MLF, RANGASAMY M, BILLION A, WORDEN SE, GANDRA P, ARORA K, LO W, SCHULENBERG G, VALVERDE-GARCIA P, VILCINSKAS A, NARVA KE: GENE SILENCING IN TRIBOLIUM CASTANEUM AS A TOOL FOR THE TARGETED IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATE RNAi TARGETS IN CROP PESTS

11 - TABEIN S, BEHJATNIA SAA, ACCOTTO GP, NORIS E, VAIRA AM, MIOZZI L: THE CHOICE OF HOMOLOGY REGION IN THE TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS GENOME IS CRUCIAL TO INDUCE RESISTANCE USING EXOGENOUSLY APPLIED DOUBLE-STRANDED RNAs

12 - JELENA GERASSIMENKO, LENNE NIGUL, ERKKI TRUVE, CECILIA SARMIENTO: AN ENDOGENOUS SUPPRESSOR OF RNA SILENCING IN ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA

13 - T. VLCKO, K.S. SINGH, P. CEJNAR, J.KUMAR, L. OHNOUTKOVA: INNOVATIVE BIOTECHNOLOGICAL STRATEGIES AGAINST WDV INFECTION IN WHEAT AND BARLEY

14 - M. TENGLEROVA,B. KLCOVA, F. ZNEBEJANEK, L. OHNOUTKOVA: RELATION BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF GMO

15 - M. TRAJEROVA, P. CEJNAR2, T. VLCKO, A.. PACAK, P. Z.SZWEYKOWSKA-KULIŃSKA, J.KUMAR, L.OHNOUTKOVA: PATHOGEN DERIVED RESISTANCE TO WHEAT DWARF VIRUS IN BARLEY AND WHEAT

16 - P.H. KROGH, J. JENSEN: RISK ASSESSMENT OF NBT CROPS FOR THE SOIL ENVIRONMENT

17 - C.GUALTIERI, D.DE MARCHI, M.BELLATO, E.SAUTA, L.PASOTTI, P.MAGNI, A.BALESTRAZZI, A.MACOVEI: IN SILICO EVIDENCE OF MICRORNA-MEDIATED CROSS-KINGDOM REGULATION OF GENES INVOLVED IN THE CELLULAR RESPONSE TO VIRUSES IN MEDICAGO TRUNCATULA AND HUMANS

18 - D CORDEIRO, M. RITO, S CORREIA, J. CANHOTO: THE ROLE OF miRNAS POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION DURING THE ACQUISITION OF EMBRYOGENIC COMPETENCE IN TAMARILLO (Solanum Betaceum CAV.)

19 - DANIEL GEBREMICHAEL, LIJING MA, LUCA CAPRIOTTI, SILVIA SABBADINI, BRUNO MEZZETTI, ELENA BARALDI: EVALUATION OF HIGS AND SIGS AS CONTROL STRATEGY FOR GRAPEVINE DOWNY MILDEW

20 - H. TOPCU, L. GUNDUZ, H. KARCI, A.PAIZILA AND S. KAFKAS: DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED miRNAsDURING MALE AND FEMALE INFLORESCENCE BUD DEVELOPMENT IN PISTACHIO

21 - A. WOŹNIAK, D. NAROŻNA, W. NOWAK, I. MORKUNAS: THE INFLUENCE OF LEAD AND ACYRTHOSIPHON PISUM ON GENERATION OF SIGNALING MOLECULES AND EXPRESSION LEVELS OF SELECTED GENES INVOLVED IN MOLECULE BIOSYNTHESIS

22 - A.CARBONELL, P.LISÓN, C.LÓPEZ, J.A.DARÒS: FAST-FORWARD IDENTIFICATION OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE ARTIFICIAL SMALL RNAS AGAINST PLANT VIRUSES AND VIROIDS

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