国際シンポジウム開催のお知らせ(農学部主催・連大共催) (2020.1.23 )





日時:2020年1月23日(木)08:40 ~ 17:40

場所:岩手大学 理工学部 復興祈念銀河ホール



8:40-8:45-Opening remarks - Drs. Masao Miyazaki and Abidur Rahman

8:45-9:25 -SA 1- How do mammalian pheromones coordinate flexible responses to the social environment?
Dr. Jane Hurst- Mammalian Behaviour & Evolution Group, Institute of Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, UK

9:25-9:55 -SA 2- The application of novel methods of mass spectrometry in the analysis of biological systems
Dr.Robert J Beynon- Institute of Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, UK

9:55-10:25 -SA 3- Odorant receptor class choice and olfactory behaviors

Dr. Junji Hirota- Center for Biological Resources and Informatics,Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

10:25-10:40-Tea Break

10:40-11:10 -SA 4- Dog (Canis familiaris) -Human interaction and their domestication

Dr. Takefumi Kikusui- School of Veterinary Medicine, Azabu University, Sagamihara, Japan

Oral presentation by students-1

11:10-11:20 -OA 1- BAC library construction and BAC-FISH mapping in the eastern paleclouded yellow butterfly, Colias erate
Mizuki Ohno- United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Iwate University, Japan

11:20-11:30 -OA 2- Eukaryotic homologs of CdsA possess the ability to biosynthesize glycolipid MPIase involved in membrane protein integration and preprotein translocation
Yusei Sekiya- Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University, Japan

11:30-11:40 -OA 3- New immortalized human follicle dermal papilla cells with a constant expression of testosterone receptor keeps normal response against the dihydrotestosterone
Kohei Takahashi- Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Iwate University, Japan

11:40-11:50 -OA 4- Analysis of transgenic mice upregulating the felinine pathway for downregulating the cholesterol biosynthesis in cats

Manon Miura- Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University, Japan

11:50-12:00 -OA 5- The neuronal system for euphoria is important for the matatabi-response in cat.
Reiko Uenoyama- Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University,Japan

12:00-13:50- Lunch and Poster session

Afternoon Session (Plant Science) : 14:00-17:40

14:00-14:40 -SP 1- To grow or not to grow : what makes roots respond to environmental signals?
Dr. Wolfgang Busch- Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Laboratory, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California, USA

14:40-15:10 -SP 2- Regulation of polar auxin transportin response tohighsalinity
Dr. Masahiko Furutani- College of Life Sciences & Haixia Institute of Science and Technology, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fujian, China

15:10-15:40 -SP 3- Plant responses to complex natural environments captured by field transcriptomics
Dr. Atsushi J. Nagano- Faculty of Agriculture, Ryukoku University, Japan

15:40-16:10 -SP 4- Three unusual things about how roots of Arabidopsis thaliana acclimate to temperature
Dr. Tobias I Baskin- Biology Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA

16:10-16:30-Tea break

Oral presentation by students -2

16:30-16:40 -OP 1- High respiration rate per dry mass of beech seedlings stimulates early budburst after three years shading
Citra Gilang Qur'ani- The United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Iwate University, Japan

16:40-16:50 -OP 2- Understanding the mechanisms of action of auxinic herbicides dicamba and picloram in inhibiting Arabidopsis root growth
Haruna Sakai- Graduate School of Arts and Science, Iwate University, Japan

16:50-17:00 -OP 3- Chromosome 5 and 6 derived from African Rice Enhances Phenotypic Plasticity
Yusuke Masuya- United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Iwate University, Japan

17:00-17:10 -OP 4- Intraspecific variations in leaf phenology and frost hardiness of leaves in a deciduous tree, Fagus crenata, in relation to the frost regime in spring and autumn
Saki Sugimoto- The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Iwate University, Japan

17:10-17:20 -OP 5- Understanding the molecular mechanism of cellular detoxification and vacuolar transport of cesium in Arabidopsis
Keita Ito- Graduate school of Arts and Sciences, Iwate University, Morioka, Japan

17:20-17:40- Award Session and Closing remarks -Dr. Matsuo Uemura

19:00-21:00- Symposium Dinner (Metropolitan hotel)