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IWGSC From Structural to Functional Wheat Genomics Workshop at PAG 2023

17 January 2023 - Plant and Animal Genome Conference, VSan Diego, CA, USA

IWGSC technical workshop at PAG 2023
The wheat reference genome sequence (IWGSC RefSeq v1.0 & v2.1) has provided a foundation that has propelled recent advances in research and improvement of wheat. For the Structural and Functional Genomics Workshop, continued advances in research and understanding will require new experimental and computational approaches to structurally identify and assign function to genes (both coding and non-coding) as well as regulatory elements and epigenetic states. Accordingly, abstracts submitted for this workshop should focus on genome-scale studies that improve understanding of wheat genome function through the development of additional data resources, computational and experimental studies, exploration of gene families and pathways, and platforms that facilitate annotation and visualization.

Organizers: Joshua Stein, Pierre Sourdille and Kellye Eversole

Program

1:30pm: Joshua Stein, IWGSC Overview 

1:40pm: Philomin Juliana, Cornell University. Accelerating Genomic Breeding in Bread Wheat Using the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium’s Reference Sequence

2:00pm: Andrea Gonzalez-Munoz, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). The Pangenome of Aegilops tauschii Facilitates High-Resolution Genomics Studies

2:20pm: Andy Chen, John Innes Centre. Short Vegetative Phase-A1 (SVP-A1) Underlies the Long Glume Locus, P2, of Triticum Ispahanicum

2:40pm: Intermission

2:55pm: Molemi Rauwane, Nelson Mandela University. Profiling Degs Post Inoculation By Stripe Rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) in Wheat Using an RNA-Seq Approach

3:15pm: Shawn Quinn, Curio Genomics. Leveraging the IWGSC Gene Annotations with Additional Cultivars in Curio

3:35pm: Momna Farzand, University of Alberta. QTL Mapping for Adult Plant Resistance to Stripe Rust in the AAC Cameron/P2711 Spring Wheat Population

3:55pm: Sabah Merrium, MNS University of Agriculture, Multan. Leaf Rolling Dynamics for Atmospheric Moisture Harvesting in Wheat Plant As an Adaptation to Arid Environments

4:15pm: Discussion