the Russian-French Conference
"Problems and Prospects in Plant Biotechnology"
Institute of Cytology and Genetics, SB RAS
October 21-24, 2008
The Conference Sessions will be
held in the Small Conference Hall of the House of Scientists
Wednesday 22 October
8.30 -12.00 Registration of
participants (Foyer of the Small Conference Hall)
Vladimir K., President
of the Vavilov Society of Geneticists and Breeders, Novosibirsk
Nikolay A., Director of Institute of cytology and genetics of SB RAS,
Institute of Chemical Biology and
Fundamental Medicine of SB RAS, Novosibirsk
Skryabin Konstantin G.,
Director of Centre
«Bioengineering» RAS, Moscow
Director of the International Relations Office, INRA
Attaché pour la Science et la Technologie, Ambassade de France à Moscou
Institute of cytology and genetics of SB RAS, Novosibirsk (Conference Scientific
– 12.50 Session: Main directions of Russian-French cooperation in Plant
9.30 Esmein Bernard
(Project Manager for Europe at the International Relations Office, INRA)
A general presentation of INRA
10.00 Guehl Jean-Marc
(Head of the INRA
Division Ecology of Forests, Grasslands and Freshwaters)
Research directions and
priorities on forests and natural ecosystems at INRA
10.30 Kolchanov Nikolay A.
Plant bioinformatics and
11.00-11.20 Morning tea
Lapeyrie Frederic (President of the INRA Centre of Nancy, and Researcher
inside the joint Unit "Interactions
between trees and micro-organisms", INRA, Champenoux)
From microbe to forest in a
11.50 Borisov Alexey Yu.,
Tikhonovich I.A. (All-Russia Institute of agronomical microorganisms, St
systems for sustainable agriculture
12.20 Skryabin Konstantin G.
(Centre «Bioengineering», Moscow)
12.50-14.00 Lunch and Posters
14.00-17.20 Session: "Plant and Plant products"
14.00 Boucher Christian,
Deputy Head of the INRA Scientific Division Plant Health and Environment
Director of Research, Joint Research Unit for Biochemistry and Plant Molecular
Plant Biotechnology :
situation and perspectives at INRA
Pershina Lidiya A. (ICG, Novosibirsk)
Chromosome engineering of cereals:
development of genetic models and new forms of common wheat for breeding.
15.00 Salina Elena A.
Structural analysis of subtelomeric chromosomal
region of Triticum and Aegilops and its applied to wheat hybrids study.
15.30-15.50 Afternoon Tea
Muratova Elena N. (V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest, Krasnoyarsk)
Karyotype variability of conifers.
16.20 Voinikov Victor K.(Siberian
Institute of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Irkutsk)
The interaction of energetic and
information systems in plant cell under temperature stresses.
16.50 The discussion about
THURsDAY 23 October
– 12.50 Session: The symbiosis between plants and microorganisms, Biodiversity
Gianinazzi Silvio (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique,
Microbial inocula in plant
production systems: problems and perspectives
E., Galieva E.R.,
Bogdanova V.S. (ICG,
Providing pea with a genetically empty extrachromosome and its perspectives for
10.30 Sidorova Klavdiya K,
Shumny Vladimir K. (ICG, Novosibirsk)
Genetic and breeding aspects
of the rhizobium-legume symbiosis
11.00-11.20 Morning tea
Bernard Michel (INRA, UBP-UMR, Clermont-Ferrand)
results of the russian french cooperation in cereal genetics and cytogenetics,
and perspectives. The point of view of the French side.
Milyutin Leonid I.
(V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS Krasnoyarsk) Biodiversity of
tree plants of Siberia
Goncharov Nikolay P. (ICG,
Wheat biodiversity increasing
12.50-14.30 Lunch and Posters
14.30-17.20 Session: Genomics, Bioinformatics, Chromosome and gene
Dobrovolskaya Oxana B. (ICG, Novosibirsk)
mapping of Ae. speltoides and map-based comparative analysis of the S, G, and B
genomes of Triticeae species
14.50 Salse Jerome (INRA,
Paleogenomics to improve future cereal
Akberdin Il’ya R.
Modelling of the shoot apical
meristem development by phytohormone regulation
15.40 Kochetov Alexey V (ICG,
Prediction of eukaryotic mRNA
coding potential and new protein isoforms with the aid of computational analysis
16.10-16.30 Afternoon Tea
16.30 Bertheau Yves ( INRA,
First insights of Co-Extra: a
EU research project on coexistence and traceability of GM and non-GM supply
17.00 Miroshnichenko Dmitry
N., Dolgov Sergey V. (Institut e of Bioorganic Chemistry RAS, Pushchino,
Genetic transformation of
Russian wheat cultivars for abiotic stress resistance"
17.30 Tretyakova Irina N. (V.N.
Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk)
Biotechnology of coniferous co-cultivation
in culture in vitro with Trichoderma and Streptomyces biopreparats
18.00 Filipenko M.L., Troneva A.V., Rubtsov
D.N., and Khrapov E.A.
(Institute of Chemical Biology and Fundamental Medicine of SB RAS, Novosibirsk)
Transformation of the green microalga
Chlorella by agrobacterial transfer
Badaeva E.D., Dedkova O.S., Bernard
Chromosomal rearrangements in
wheats – types, distribution and inheritance
Bogdanova V.S., Galieva E.R., Kosterin
Genetic analysis of conflict of the
nuclear and plastid genomes in crosses within genus Pisum L.
Pshenichnikova T.A., Ermakova M.F.,
Shchukina L.V., Chistyakova A.K.
Combining cytogenetic and molecular
approaches for investigations of grain quality in bread wheat.
Omelyanchuk N.A., Mironova V.V.,
Zalevsky E.M., Podkolodny N.L., Kolchanov N.A.
AGNS (Arabidopsis genenet supplementary database), RELEASE 4.0
Afonnikov D.A., Arsenina S.I.,
Doroshkov A.V., Pshenichnikova T.A.
Development of the computer
approach for defining leaf hairiness in wheat based on its microscope image
Sangaev S.S., Romanova A.V.,
Trifonova E.A., Sapotsky M.V., Malinovsky V.I., Kochetov A.V.
Transgenic plants with a modified
level of extracellular ribonuclease activity as a new genetic model
Silkova O.G., Shchapova A.I.
Wheat-rye substitution lines as
source of wheat improvement
Arbusova V.S., Laikova L.I., Popova O.M.
diversity of aneuploid and substitution lines in studies of common wheat
Variability at the
vernalization genes VRN1 and VRN2 in spring wild and domesticated wheats and
their association with grow habit.
The method of
producing and studies of heterogenic Triticale populations in West Siberia.