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April 20, 2022

Advances in Plant Molecular Biology |20 April- 6 May

Manuela Costa
Sara Laranjeira

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9:30 April 22nd, ZOOM
Minsung Kim
“Genetic mechanisms generating leaves”
University of Manchester, UK

9:30 April 27th, MICA
Pedro Humberto Castro
“Scarce nutrients in the human diet: what do plants have to say?”
CIBIO-InBIO, Universidade do Porto, Porto

14:00 April 27th, ZOOM
Helena Goldman
“SCI1, a regulator of cellular proliferation in floral development, its
transcriptional regulation and interactors”
FFCLRP/Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

10:00 April 28th, ZOOM
Alberto Macho
“Deciphering the interaction between plants and the bacterial pathogen
Ralstonia solanacearum”
Laboratory of Molecular Plant-Bacteria interactions, Shanghai Center for Plant Stress
Biology (PSC), Center for Excellence in Molecular Plant Sciences, CAS, Shanghai, China

11:30 April 28th, MICA
Paula Melo
“Glutamine synthetase, a key enzyme in nitrogen metabolism: a long story
for a small family of genes”
Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade do Porto, Porto

9:30 April 29th, ZOOM
Philip Wigge
“How and why plants sense temperature”
University of Potsdam and Head of Department, Leibniz IGZ, Grossbeeren, Germany

11:30 April 29th, MICA
Herlânder Azevedo
“Plant genomics uncovers pervasive hybridization with local wild relatives in
Western European grapevine varieties”
CIBIO-InBIO, Universidade do Porto, Porto

9:30 May 2nd, ZOOM
David Posé Padilla
“Insights into the molecular regulation of strawberry fruit ripening and quality”
IHSM-UMA-CSIC, Málaga, Spain

11:00 May 2nd, MICA
Hugo Oliveira
“Breaking bread: the origins of plant domestication and the future of agriculture”
Faculdade de Ciências Humanas e Sociais, Universidade do Algarve, Faro

9:30 May 3rd, MICA
Paula Lopes
“Molecular markers in Plants – from development to application”
Departamento Genética e Biotecnologia, UTAD, Vila Real

12:00 May 3rd, MICA
Rómulo Sobral
“Flowering in the Fagaceae: a molecular genetic approach”
Faculty of Biosciences, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Ås, Norway

9:30 May 4th, ZOOM
Alexandra De Vitoria Pereira

“Plant molecular farming: Focus on recombinant therapeutic glycoproteins”
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Viena, Austria

11:30 May 4th, ZOOM
Cathie Martin

“Improving our health and well‐being with high-quality plant-based foods”
John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK

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