The Fourth International Mycovirus Symposium, 10-14th, October, 2017 Wuhan, P. R. China
 
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Dr. Daohong Jiang
daohongjiang@mail.hzau.edu.cn
Dr. Jiatao Xie
jiataoxie@mail.hzau.edu.cn
 
 
 
Financial Support Deadline
April 15, 2017
Early Registration Deadline
July 30, 2017
Regular Registration Deadline
August 30, 2017
Late Registration Deadline
September 15, 2017
 

 

The 4th International Mycovirus Symposium PROGRAM

 

Conference venue: Molecular building, conference room 103

 

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Opening Session 

Chairperson: Daohong Jiang

08:30-08:45 Welcome speech by Dr. Chi Gao, the vice president of Huazhong Agricultural University

            Opening speech by Dr. Nobuhiro Suzuki, Okayama University

08:45-08:50 Take photo

Keynote lecture

Chairperson: Nobuhiro Suzuki

08:50-09:40    Anti-Prion Systems in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Reed B. Wickner, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH, Bethesda, MD, USA

09:40-10:30    Hypovirus research: from wandering spot to super mycovirus donor strains

Donald L. Nuss, IBBR, University of Maryland, USA

10:30-10:40    Tea break

Session 1:  Virus host interaction I

Chairperson: Daohong Jiang

10:40-11:10    A neo-virus lifestyle exhibited by a (+) ssRNA virus hosted in an unrelated dsRNA virus: taxonomic and evolutionary considerations

Nobuhiro Suzuki, Okayama University, Japan

11:10-11:40    Hypovirus-mediated modulation of polyamine synthesis

Angus Dawe, Mississippi State University, USA

11:40-12:10    Distinct modes of host-adaptation between dicot and monocot powdery mildew

Shunyuan Xiao, University of Maryland, China

 

12:10-13:00    Lunch

Session 2: Functional analyses of mycoviruses

Chairperson: Shin-Yi Marzano

14:00-14:30    Exploring fungal DNA virus to control fungal plant disease

Daohong Jiang, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

14:30-15:00    Inhibition of megabirnavirus infection by RNA silencing in the white root rot fungus, Rosellinia necatrix

Hajime Yaegashi, Apple Research Division, NIFTS, NARO, Japan

15:00-15:20    Magnaporthe oryzae chrysovirus 1 strain A infection triggers reduced virulence and pathogenic race conversion of the host fungus, Magnaporthe oryzae

                            Ken Komatsu, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Japan

15:20-15:40    Infection of two heterologous mycoviruses reduced virulence of Valsa mali, a fungal agent of Valsa canker disease in fruit trees

Lakha Salaipeth, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

16:10-16:20    Tea break

Session 3: Mycoviral diversity/new mycoviruses I

Chairperson: Kook-Hyung Kim

16:20-16:50    The diversities of mycoviruses in Botryosphaeria dothidea populations.

Liying Sun, Northwest A&F University, China

16:50-17:20    Towards the biological characterization of mycoviruses from a collection of marine fungi isolated from the seagrass Posidonia oceanica, and the marine invertebrate Holothuria poli (sea cucumber)

Massimo Turina, Institute for sustainable plant protection, Italy

17:20-17:40    A novel double-stranded RNA mycovirus in a new species of the genus Psudopestalotiopsis isolated from a healthy plant leaf

Kaoru Kusano, Tamagawa University, Japan

18:00-19:30    Symposium banquet

CLOSE DAY 1

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Session 4: Virus host interaction II

Chairperson: Liying Sun

08:30-09:00    Reprogramming of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum mRNA and small RNA production in response to hypovirus infection

Shin-Yi Marzano, South Dakota State University, USA

09:00-09:30    Host-specific RNA silencing (Dicer)-mediated virus interference revealed by characterizing a new fungal partitivirus

Sotaro Chiba, Nagoya University, Japan

09:30-09:50    Depletion of the ^stealth ̄ a-1,3-glucan caused by mycovirus infection.

Shin Kasahara, Miyagi University, Japan

09:50-10:10    Fusarium graminearum defense and FgHV1 counter defense strategies

Shuangchao Wang, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

10:10-10:20    Tea break

Session 5: Mycoviral diversity/new mycovirus II

Chairperson: Massimo Turina

10:20-10:50    Evolution of mycovirus

Mar┴a A. Ayll┏n, Universidad Polit└cnica de Madrid, Spain

10:50-11:20    The diversity of virus in the plant pathogenic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

Jiatao Xie, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

11:20-11:40    Molecular characterization of endornaviruses in an asparagus pathogenic oomycetes Phytophthora sp.

Yumi Takahashi, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

11:40-13:00    Lunch

Session 6: Virus host interaction III

Chairperson: Hajime Yaegashi

14:00-14:20    Avoidance of antiviral RNA silencing by Cryphonectria mitovirus 1 revealed by the expansion of its hosts.

Sabitree Shahi, Okayama University, Japan

14:20-14:40    Induction and suppression of RNAi components in Fusarium graminearum mediated by infections of Fusarium graminearum viruses

Jisuk Yu, Seoul National University, Korea

14:40-15:00    Role of the MAPK signaling pathways in regulation of the hyrophobin, cryparin, from Cryphonectria parasitica

Kum-Kang So, Chonbuk National University, Korea

15:00-15:10    Tea break

Session 7: Mycoviral diversity/new mycovirus III

Chairperson: Guoqing Li

15:10-15:40    Genome organizations and functions of two novel mycoviruses Infecting Rhizoctonia solani AG-1 IA, the causal agent of rice sheath blight

Erxun Zhou, South China Agricultural University, China

15:40-16:10    Mycoviruses and their role in Botrytis biology

Mingde Wu, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

16:10-16:40    Four mycoviruses of the order Tymovirales isolated from the plant pathogenic fungus Fusarium graminearum

Lihua Guo, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science, China

16:40-17:00    The diversities of mycoviruses in Magnaporthe orzyae and Bipolaris maydis populations

Qingchao Deng, Yangtze University, China

17:00-17:20    Sclerotinia minor endornavirus 1, a novel pathogenicity debilitation associated mycovirus with a wide spectrum of transmissibility

Dan Yang, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

17:20-18:30    Supper

CLOSE DAY 2

 

Friday, 13 October 2017

Session 8: Mycoviral diversity/new mycovirus IV

Chairperson: Jiatao Xie

08:30-08:50    Next-Generation Sequencing of Fungal Viromes Reveals Cryptic Mycoviral Diversity

Jillian Myers, University of Michigan, USA

08:50-09:10    Identification of a novel chrysovirus in Pestalotiopsis theae

Wenxing Xu, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

09:10-09:30    Molecular characterization of new mycoviruses relative to MoCV1 detcted from Japanese isolate of M. oryzae

Tomoya Higashiura, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Japan

09:30-09:50    Fungicide sensitivity of Japanese isolates of an asparagus Phytophthora rot pathogen infected with an endornavirus

Keiko Uchida, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Japan

09:50-10:00    Tea break

Session 8: Virus host in, , teraction IV

Chairperson: Angus Dawe

10:00-10:30    Identical mitovirus in three intercontinental isolates of an obligate plant symbiont Rhizophagus clarus: absence in the host genome and selective replication in acidic soil

Tatsuhiro Ezawa, Hokkaido University, Japan

10:30-10:50    Ecological adaption of Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum strain SH051 co-infected with fifteen different mycoviruses

Songsong Wu, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

10:50-11:10    RNA-seq based transcriptome analysis of chestnut blight fungus Cryphonectria parasitica infected by hypovirus

Jeesun Chun, Chonbuk National University, South Korea

11:10-11:30    Characterization of mitoviruses found in Ethiopian isolates of Fusarium spp.

                        Yukiyoshi Mizutani, Nagoya University, Japan

11:30-11:50    Symposium Summary

Chairperson: Daohong Jiang

12:00-onwards   Field investigation (14:00- )