Home   Contact   Sitemap   中文   CAS
Location: Home > News > Upcoming Events
News  
  • General News
  • Int’l Cooperation & Exchanges
  • Upcoming Events
  • International symposium on Microcystis studies from Asia (Programm)
    Close
    Text Size: A A A
    Print

    International symposium on Microcystis studies from Asia

    Wuhan, China, 5-7 April 2011

    Programm

    April 5, 2011 Afternoon

    14:00 pm --- Registration

    18:30 pm: Welcome party

    April 6 2011  Morning

    8:45 am: Opening for the symposium

    Chaired by Li Renhui

    Opening remarks: Xu Xudong, Depute director of Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS

    Section 1: Diversity and monitoring of Microcystis blooms  

    I) -----Chaired by Song Lirong

    9:00-9:30 am: Carmichael Wayne W. (Wright State University)

     Microcystis - a Cosmopolitan Cyanobacteria Genus with Worldwide Risks for the Environment, Animal and Human Health

    9:30-9:55 am: Kong Fanxiang, Min Zhang, Hongtao Duan, Xiaoli Shi, Yang Yu

    (Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, CAS)

    Cyanobacterial Bloomsin LakeTaihu and its Response to Climate Changes

    9:55-10:20 am: Li Renhui (Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS)

       Diversity and taxonomy of Microcystis and related water bloom forming cyanobacteria

    10:20-10:35 am       Tea Break

    II)-Chaired by Oh Hee-Mock

    10:35-10:50 am: Hodoki Yoshikuni, Yuki Kobayashi, Kako Ohbayashi, Noboru

    Okuda and Shin-ichi Nakano (Kyoto University)

    Genotypic diversity of artificial Microcystis bloom occurred in experimental ponds

    10:50-11:05 am: Ye Rui, Qian Xin, Xiong Wen (Nanjing University)

    The Spatio-Temporal Distribution of Algal Biomass in Taihu Lake and Its Impact Factors

    11:05-11:20 am: Sangolkar Lalita N., Komal Y. Chambhare, Tapan Chakrabarti

    (National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, CSIR, India)

    Occurrence of Microcystin-RR Producing Microcystis Blooms In Water Resources of Vidarbha Region, Maharashtra State, Central India

    11:20-11:35 am: Lin Jian-Zhi, Chou Hong-Nong (Institute of Fisheries Science,

    National Taiwan University)

    Evaluation of Molecular Biomarkers in Quantitative Determination of the Toxic Population of Microcystis in Environmental Samples

    11:35-11:50 am: Peng Yu-Ke, Yue Dong-Mei, Wu Jun, Xiao Lin, Yang Liu-Yan

    (Nanjing University)

    Comparison of RT-qPCR approaches for quantification of cyanobacteria in Lake Taihu

    12:00             Lunch

    April 6 2011   Afternoon

    Section 2: Detection of microcystins and Eco-physiology of Microcystis

    I) Chaired by Nakano Shin-ichi

    14:00-14:25: Oh Hee-Mock and Ahn Chi-Yong (Korea Research Institute of

    Bioscience and Biotechnology)

    Alert system for cyanobacterial bloom and its improvement with molecular techniques

    14:25-14:50: Song Lirong, Wu Yanlong, Shen Hong, Dai Gongyuan, Wan Neng,

    Li Jie, Li,Lin Chen Wei (Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS)

    Succession and Competition Between Bloom-forming Cyanobacterial Microcystis and Aphanizomenon in Lake Dianchi

    14:50-15:05: Sheng Jian-Wu, Li Dan, Long Feng, He Miao, Shi Han-Chang

    (Tsinghua University)

    Kits and Instrument for Microcystis and Microcystins detection

    15:05-15:20: Yoo Jisun, Han Sejin and Pyo Dongjin (Korea)

    Highly sensitive detection of cyanobacterial toxin using chemiluminescence immunoassay

    15:20-15:35 Tea Break

    II) Chaired by Kong Fanxiang

    15:35-15:50:Umehara Akira, Takahashi Tohru, Tsutsumi Hiroaki (Prefectural

    University of Kumamoto, Japan)

    Blooming of blue-green algae (Microcystis sp.) that produce toxic substances, microcystins, in the reservoir of the reclaimed land in Isahaya Bay (Kyushu Japan) and accumulation of the toxic substance in the sediment and aquatic animals I. Blooming of blue-green algae in the reservoir and dispersion of microcystins to Isahaya Bay

    15:50-16:05: Zhou Yiyong, Cao Xiuyun, Song Chunlei (IHB, CAS)

    Metablic coupling between Nitzschia sp. and Microcystis aeruginosa in terms of phosphorus utilization during the Microcystis bloom in freshwater lakes

    16:05-16:20: Shi Ding-Ji, Jia Xiao-Hui, Shi Mian-Hong, Du Gui-Sen

    (Institute of Botany, CAS, Tianjin University of Sciences & Technology)

    “The Photosynthesis in Dominant Species Hypothesis” of Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloom (CHAB) Formation

    16:20-16:35: Ahn Chi-Yong, Park Young-Seuk, Oh Hee-Mock (Korea Research

    Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Kyung Hee University)

    Evaluation of environmental factors on cyanobacterial bloom using artificial nueral networks

    16:35-16:50: Gan Nanqin, Xiao Yan, Wu Zhongxing, Liu Jin, Hu Chenlin and

    Song Lirong (Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS)

    The Role of Microcystins in Maintaining Colonies of Bloom-Forming Microcystis spp.

    16:50-18:30   Poster Section

    18:40, Banquet

    April 7 2011, Morning

    Section 3  Toxicology and Control of Microcystis blooms

    I) Chaired by Carmichael Wayne

     

    8:30-8:55: Nakano Shin-ichi, Amano Hitoha, Hodoki Yoshikuni, Kobayashi Yuki, Ohbayashi Kako, Tanaka Takuya, Okuda Noboru (Kyoto

    University, Japan)

    Ecophysiology, phylogeography and environmental sociology on water blooms of the globally distributed cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa

    8:55-9:20: Pan Gang (Research Center for Eco-environmental Sciences, CAS)

    Converting dormancy cyanobacteria into submerged vegetation: in-situ multi-layer sediment control using modified local soil technology

    9:20-9:35: Li Tan and Xu Lihong (Zhejiang University)

    Microcystin-LR (MCLR) Induces a Compensation of PP2A Activity Mediated by α4 Protein in HEK293 Cells

    9:35-9:50: Zhang Huizhen, Zhang Fengquan and Cui Liuxin (Zhengzhou

    University)

    Apoptosis Effects on Primary Rats Sertoli Cells by Microcystin-LR

    9:50-10:05: Yang Ziyan, Wu Hongjuan, Li Yuan (Huazhong University of

    Science and Technology)

    Toxic Effect on Tissues and Differentially Expressed Genes in Hepatopancreas Identified by Suppression Subtractive Hybridization of Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Hyriopsis cumingii) Following Microcystin-LR Challenge

    10:05-10:25  Tea Break

    II) Chaired by Chou Hong-Nong

    10:25-10:40: Lin Tsair-Fuh, Chang De-Wei, Chiu Yi-Ting, Lien Shao-Kai,

    Tseng Yun-Shen (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)

    Effect of Chlorine and Permanganate Oxidation on Microcystis Cell Integrity in Water

    10:40-10:55:Xiao Xi Chen Ying-xu*, Liang Xin-qiang, Tang Xian-jin, Peng Cheng, Zhang Min, Fu Zhenghao (Zhejiang University)

    Sublethal effects of Tibetan hulless barley on physiological and morphologic parameters in Microcystis aeruginosa

    10:55-11:10: Yan Hai, Wang Junfeng, Chen Jian, Wang Huasheng, Wei Wei, Wang Hui (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

    Cloning and expression of first gene for biodegrading microcystins by Sphingopyxis sp. USTB-05

    11:10-11:25: Wang Dan, Pan Gang (Research Center for Eco-environmental

    Sciences, CAS)

    The Fate and Metablism of Cyanobacteria after Flocculation using Modified Local Soil Technology

    11:35-11:40: Chen Huirong, Fu Lixian, Luo Lingxi, Hu Zhangli (Shenzhen

    University)

    Isolation and identification of three algae-lysing bacteria and their lytic effects on Microcystis aeruginosa

    11:40-       End of the symposium

    12:00-           Lunch

    Copyright © 2002 - Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences Email: ihb@ihb.ac.cn
    Address: No. 7 Donghu South Road, Wuchang District, Wuhan, Hubei Province