Programs


Plenary Lecture

Plenary Lecture 1

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 10:00~10:50
PL1
Discovery of biologically active fungal metabolites resulting from an international, interdisciplinary research scenarioPDF
Speaker:
Marc Stadler
Helmholtz-Centre for Infection Research, Germany

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Plenary Lecture 2

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 9:30~10:30
PL2
Cordyceps and cordycipitoid fungiPDF
Speaker:
Xingzhong Liu
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

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Plenary Lecture 3

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 9:30~10:30
PL3
Action Mecanism of Kampo (Traditional Japanese Herbal) Medicines and its Application to Western Drug DevelopmentPDF
Speaker:
Haruki Yamada
DNDi Japan / Kitasato University / Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan

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Keynote Lecture

Keynote Lecture 1

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 11:00~12:30
KL1
Some of the missing fungi, hidden right in front of usPDF
Speaker:
Jennifer Luangsa-ard
Plant Microbe Interaction Research Team, BIOTEC, Thailand

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Keynote Lecture 2

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 11:00~12:30
KL2
Genetic characterization of mating system and population diversity in Ustilago esculenta, a smut fungus associated with an oriental vegetablePDF
Speaker:
Wei-Chiang Shen1,2)
1)Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2)Mycological Society of Taiwan

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Keynote Lecture 3

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 10:40~12:10
KL3
Recent Trends of Mushroom Industry and Mushroom Research in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Geon-Sik Seo, Min-Kyung Kim
Korea National College of Agriculture and Fisheries, Korea

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Plenary Symposium

Plenary Symposium

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 13:20~15:50
PS-1
Challenges in MycologyPDF
Speaker:
Wieland Meyer
Molecular Mycology Research Laboratory, CIDM, Faculty of Medicine and Health, MBI, The University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital (REN), WIMR, Australia
PS-2
Modern Trichocomaceae taxonomy and its implication for applied researchPDF
Speaker:
Robert A. Samson
Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, The Netherlands
PS-3
Taxonomy of Ophiostoma breviusculum-like fungi in JapanPDF
Speaker:
Yuichi Yamaoka
University of Tsukuba, Japan

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Special Interest Group (SIG)

Special Interest Group (SIG) 1

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 17:00~18:30
「Fungal molecular ecology and population genetics」
Chair:
Patricia Velez (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico)
SIG1-1
Ash die back: Lessons and perspectives from the "ground zero"PDF
Speaker:
Tsuyoshi Hosoya
National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
SIG1-2
Does the history of the host resemble the history of its symbiont? Evolutionary ecology of Dasyscyphella longistipitata in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Jaime Gasca1), Patrica Velez1), Tsuyoshi Hosoya2)
1)Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, 2)National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
SIG1-3
Unveiling deep-sea fungal diversity, ecology and potential exploitation: examples from Mexican oceansPDF
Speaker:
Patricia Velez
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
SIG1-4
Fungal-bacterial interactions in an oxygen minimum zone and a deep-sea hydrothermal system of MexicoPDF
Speakers:
Abril Hernandez-Monroy1,2), Laura Espinosa Asuar2), Valeria Souza2), Luis Soto3), Diana L. Salcedo3), Patricia Velez1)
1)Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, 2)Instituto de Ecologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 3)Instituto de Limnologia y Ciencias del Mar, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
SIG1-5
Lifecycle and ecology of Pyrenopeziza protrusa (Helotiales, Dermateaceae sensu lato) in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Hiyori Itagaki1), Hosoya Tsuyoshi2)
1)Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2)National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan

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Special Interest Group (SIG) 2

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 17:00~18:30
「Revisiting decay type: from physiology to ecosystem function of wood decay fungi」
Chairs:
Yu Fukasawa (Tohoku Universtiy, Japan)
Jonathan Schelling (Minnesota University, USA)
SIG2-1
Linking fungal wood decay functions to forest dynamicsPDF
Speaker:
Yu Fukasawa
Tohoku Universtiy, Japan
SIG2-2
Grey rot: Gradient of rot typesPDF
Speaker:
Jonathan S. Schilling
University of Minnesota, USA
SIG2-3
Marker gene profiling toward larger sample size and lower biases using MGISEQ platformPDF
Speaker:
Zewei Song
BGI-Research, China
SIG2-4
Meta-multi omics analyses of wood decay in naturePDF
Speaker:
Chiaki Hori
Research Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan

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Special Interest Group (SIG) 3

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 10:50~12:20
「Neo-mycovirology」
Chair:
Nobuhiro Suzuki (Okayama University, Japan)
SIG3-1
A novel single-stranded RNA virus displays a circular genomic form in the phytopathogenic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorumPDF
Speakers:
Jichun Jia1,2), Fan Mu1,2), Jiasen Cheng1,2), Yanping Fu2), Daohong Jiang1,2), Jiatao Xie1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology, Huazhong Agricultural University, China, 2)Hubei Key Laboratory of Plant Pathology, College of Plant Science and Technology, Huazhong Agricultural University, China
SIG3-2
A novel double-stranded RNA mycovirus isolated from Trichoderma harzianumPDF
Speakers:
Beilei Wu, Xiliang Jiang, Chenchen Liu
Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
SIG3-3
A symptomless hypovirus facilitates stable infection of a coinfecting reovirus in chestnut blight fungus likely through suppression of RNA silencingPDF
Speakers:
Annisa Aulia1,2), Ida Bagus Andika1), Hideki Kondo1), Bradley I. Hillman3), Nobuhiro Suzuki1)
1)Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Okayama University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science, Okayama University, Japan, 3)Plant Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University, USA
SIG3-4
Biological function of a heterologous partitivirus infecting Botrytis cinereaPDF
Speakers:
Huang Huang1,2), Xidan Pang1,2), Jichun Jia1,2), Jiasen Cheng1,2), Yanping Fu2), Tao Chen2), Daohong Jiang1), Jiatao Xie1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology, Huazhong Agricultural University, China, 2)The Provincial Key Lab of Plant Pathology of Hubei Province, Huazhong Agricultural University, China
SIG3-5
Artificial and natural plant viroid infections in phytopathogenic fungiPDF
Speakers:
Ruiling Bian1), Shuang Wei1), Ida Bagus Andika2), Erbo Niu1), Hideki Kondo3), Liying Sun1)
1)State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Biology for Arid Areas and College of Plant Protection, Northwest A&F University, China, 2)College of Plant Health and Medicine, Qingdao Agricultural University, China, 3)Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR), Okayama University, Japan

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Oral Session

Oral Session 1

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 13:30~15:00
「Evolution and Diversification of Mycorrhizal fungi」
Chairs:
Akihiko Kinoshita (Kyushu Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan)
Yuki Ogura-Tsujita (Saga University, Japan)
2-O01-1
Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of secondary Tristaniopsis forests in IndonesiaPDF
Speakers:
Helbert Helbert1), Maman Turjaman2), Kazuhide Nara1)
1)Dept. of Natural Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2)Forestry Research and Development Agency (FORDA), Ministry of Forestry, Indonesia
2-O01-2
Molecular detections of soil inocula of an ectomycorrhizal fungus, Rhizopogon togasawariana, in Japanese Douglas-fir forestsPDF
Speakers:
Keita Okada, Yosuke Matsuda
Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
2-O01-3
High mycorrhizal preference between two co-occurred mycoheterotrophic plants in a subalpine cold temperate forestPDF
Speakers:
Wan-Rou Lin1), Ren-Cheng Liu2), Pi-Han Wang2)
1)Bioresource Collection and Research Center, Food Industry Research and Development Institute, Taiwan, 2)Department of Life Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan
2-O01-4
Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Spores in Jeju Island, KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Hyeok Park1), Kang-Hyeon Ka2), Ahn-Heum Eom1)
1)Department of Biology Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea, 2)Special Forest Products Division, National Institute of Forest Science, Korea
2-O01-5
Colonization of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi along an Altitudinal Gradient at the Ibukiyama MountainPDF
Speakers:
Linda Yustikasari, Yosuke Matsuda
Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
2-O01-6
The effect of symbiotic association between AMF and maize on GHG emission from agriculture soil and its microbial metabolism studyPDF
Speakers:
Heng Gui1), Kai Yan2), Zeng Hu2), Jianchu Xu1), Peter E. Mortimer1)
1)Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)Yunnan Agricultural Univerisity, China

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Oral Session 2

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 15:10~16:40
「Environmental DNA as a Tool for Ecological Research of Fungi」
Chairs:
Yu Fukasawa (Tohoku Universtiy, Japan)
Young Woon Lim (Seoul National University, Korea)
2-O02-1
Environmental DNA metabarcoding reveals the most comprehensive phylogenetic diversity and invisible lineages of early diverged wood-decomposersPDF
Speakers:
Takashi Shirouzu1), Shunsuke Matsuoka2), Nobuaki Nagata3), Masayuki Ushio4), Kentaro Hosaka5), Hideyuki Doi2)
1)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Simulation Studies, University of Hyogo, Japan, 3)Collection Center, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan, 4)Hakubi Center, Kyoto University, Japan, 5)Department of Botany, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
2-O02-2
The influential factors affecting fungal diversity in forestsPDF
Speakers:
Young Woon Lim1), Seung-Yoon Oh1), Ki Hyeong Park1), Shinnam Yoo1), Chang Sun Kim2)
1)School of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 2)Forest Biodiversity Division, Korea National Arboretum, Republic of Korea
2-O02-3
Abundant and diverse fungal microbiota inhabit the white female and brown cyst of cereal cyst nematodePDF
Speakers:
Jianyang Hu1), Muzammil Hussain2), Xiaoling Zhang2), Jianqing Tian2), Xingzhong Liu2), Yuxi Duan1), Meichun Xiang2)
1)Nematology Institute of Northern China, College of Plant Protection, Shenyang Agricultural University, China, 2)State Key Laboratory of Myology, Institute of Microbiology, China academy of sciences, China
2-O02-4
Temporal dynamics of fungal DNA assemblages evaluated by eDNA metabarcoding in a forest river water in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Shunsuke Matsuoka1), Yoriko Sugiyama2), Yoshito Shimono3), Masayuki Ushio4), Hideyuki Doi1)
1)Graduate School of Simulation Studies, University of Hyogo, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 4)Hakubi Center, Kyoto University, Japan

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Oral Session 3

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 13:30~15:00
「Diversity, Phylogeny & Ecology of Agaricomycotina」
Chairs:
Zhu-Liang Yang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Kentaro Hosaka (National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan)
2-O03-1
Notes, outline and divergence time of BasidiomycotaPDF
Speaker:
Rui-Lin Zhao
Institute of Microbiology Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2-O03-2
Natural history of blue entolomas, Entoloma virescensPDF
Speaker:
Kentaro Hosaka
National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
2-O03-3
‘Omphalina Patch Disease' and the RickenellaceaePDF
Speakers:
Scott A. Redhead, Sahra-Taylor Mullineux
Ottawa Research and Development Centre, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Canada
2-O03-4
Phylogeny and diversity of Boletaceae in China, a reviewPDF
Speaker:
Zhu-Liang Yang
Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2-O03-5
A transcriptomic atlas of mushroom development reveals conserved genes behind fruiting body developmentPDF
Speaker:
Laszlo G. Nagy
Biological Research Center, HAS, Hungary
2-O03-6
Taxonomy and phylogeny of selected Boletales from northern Thailand, challenges and opportunities in drug discoveryPDF
Speakers:
Boontiya Chuankid1), Santhiti Vadthanarat2), Benjarong Thongbai3), Marc Stadler3), Kevin David Hyde1), Olivier Raspe4,5)
1)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, School of Science, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 2)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 3)Department of Microbial Drugs, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI), Germany, 4)Meise Botanic Garden, Belgium, 5)Wallonia-Brussels federation, General service of university teaching and scientific research, Belgium

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Oral Session 4

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 15:10~16:40
「Biodiversity, Systematics & Ecology of Early Diverging Fungi / Aquatic fungi: Biodiversity, Taxonomy, Phylogeny, and Potential Applications」
Chairs:
Maiko Kagami (Yokohama National University, Japan)
Satinee Suetrong (National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC), Thailand)
Shigeki Inaba (National Institute of Technology and Evaluation, Japan)
Katsuhiko Ando (Tamagawa University, Japan)
2-O04-1
Diversity and temporal dynamics of zoosporic fungi in aquatic ecosystemsPDF
Speakers:
Maiko Kagami1), Kensuke Seto2), Silke van den Wyngaert3)
1)Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University, Japan, 2)Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, USA, 3)Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, IGB, Germany
2-O04-2
Chytridiomycete fungi from freshwater samples collected at KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Sun Jeong Jeon, Hyo Jin Lim, Hyang Burm Lee
Dept. of Agricultural Biological Chemistry, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Chonnam National University, Korea
2-O04-3
Production of single cell protein and isolation of new hydrophobins from marine fungi growing on complex substratesPDF
Speakers:
Catalina Landeta1), Maria Elena Lienqueo1,2)
1)University of Chile, Chile, 2)Centre for Biotechnology and Bioengineering CeBib
2-O04-4
New genus (Dactylariopsis), novel species and first records of asexual freshwater fungi in ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Nattawut Boonyuen1,2), Charuwan Chuaseeharonnachai1,2), Watcharee Saotap1,2), Salilaporn Nuankaew1,2), Sayanh Somrithipol2), Papichaya Kwantong1,2), Nattapol Pornputtapong3), E.B. Gareth Jone4)
1)National Biobank of Thailand (NBT), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, 2)BIOTEC, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, 3)Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 4)Department of Botany and Microbiology, College of Science, King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2-O04-5
Morphotype characterization and PacBio amplicon sequencing of ribosomal DNA of fungi associated with shallow corals in the Western Gulf of ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Satinee Suetrong1,2), Sita Preedanon1,2), Sirapong Papan3), Oraphin Pracharoen1,2), Supicha Saengkaewsuk1,2), Anupong Klaysuban1,2), Noppol Kobmoo1), Thippawan Yoocha4), Wirulda Pootakham4), Panida Unagul1,2), Sittiporn Pengsakun5), Thamasak Yeemin5), Jariya Sakayaroj3)
1)National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC), Thailand, 2)National Biobank of Thailand (NBT), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, 3)Walailak University, Thailand, 4)National Omics Center (NOC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, 5)Marine Biodiversity Research Group, Faculty of Science, Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand
2-O04-6
Diversity of Freshwater Fungal Communities in Wicheon Stream of South KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Jaeduk Goh, Namil Chung, Hye Jin Hwang, Hye Yoen Mun, Sangkyu Park, Young-Hwan Park
Nakdonggang National Institute of Biologicak Resources, Korea
2-O04-7
Cold adapted fungi isolated from sediment in the East Siberian SeaPDF
Speakers:
Masashi Asano1), Yuta Tuchiya1), Masato Kida1), Hirotoshi Sakagami1), Akihiro Hachikubo1), Satoshi Yamasita1), Hirotsugu Minami1), Yung Mi Lee2), Young Keun Jin3), Masaaki Konishi1)
1)Kitami Institute of Technology, Japan, 2)Division of Polar Life Sciences, Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI), Korea, 3)Division of Polar Earth-System Science, Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI), Korea

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Oral Session 5

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 13:30~15:00
「Microbiology in Asian Food Fermentation」
Chair:
Jun-ichi Maruyama (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2-O05-1
Cell fusion and heterokaryon incompatibility: Variety of Aspergillus oryzae industrial strains used in Japanese traditional food fermentationPDF
Speaker:
Jun-ichi Maruyama
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2-O05-2
How has sake yeast acquired high fermentation ability?PDF
Speaker:
Daisuke Watanabe
Kyoto University, Japan
2-O05-3
Potential of Rhizopus spp. as an Inoculum in Determining the Quality of TempePDF
Speakers:
Anastasia Tatik Hartanti, Meda Canti, Kevin Filbert
Faculty of Biotechnology, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Indonesia
2-O05-4
Extracts from Agaricus blazei Murril suppress the expression of immune checkpoint molecules in cancer cellsPDF
Speakers:
Hajime Kobori1), Etsuko Harada2), Naoto Tada1), Toshihiro Morizono1), Masaaki Toda2), Corina N. D'Alessandro-Gabazza2), Esteban C. Gabazza2)
1)Iwade Research Institute of Mycology CO., Ltd, Japan, 2)Department of Immunology, Mie University School of Medicine, Japan
2-O05-5
Probiotication of Mangosteen Extract-Based RTD by Lactobacillus plantarum and Its Anti-obese Validation by Selected Yeast Originated from FruitsPDF
Speaker:
Nilam Fadmaulidha Wulandari
Research Center for Biology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Indonesia

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Oral Session 6

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 15:10~16:40
「Problems and Prospects of Mushroom Industry in the Developing Countries」
Chair:
Renato G. Reyes (Central Luzon State University, Philippines)
2-O06-1
New edible fungi from Southeast Asia: discovery to productionPDF
Speakers:
Samantha Chandranath Karunarathna1,2), Peter Edward Mortimer1), Jianchu Xu1,2), Kevin David Hyde1,3)
1)Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China, 2)World Agroforestry Centre, East and Central Asia, P.R. China, 3)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
2-O06-2
Utilizing mushrooms for conservation and rural developmentPDF
Speaker:
Peter Edward Mortimer
Kunming Institute of Botany, China
2-O06-3
Analysis of bacterial community structure for evaluating maturation of compost for Agaricus blazei Murrill cultivationPDF
Speakers:
Naoto Tada1), Natsumi Sugawara2), Mitsuo Kawade1), Akihiro Saito3), Akikazu Ando2)
1)Iwade Research Institute of Mycology CO., Ltd, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Advanced Integration Science, Chiba University, Japan, 3)Department of Materials and Life Science, Faculty of Science and Technology, Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
2-O06-4
Development of cultivar-specific DNA markers for Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Pegler based on SNP data via a MIG-seq approachPDF
Speakers:
Akihiko Kinoshita1), Mitsuhiko P. Sato2), Kazuhiro Miyazaki1), Rikuo Fukui3), Ayumi Matsuo2), Osamu Kurashima4), Motomi Ito4), Yoshihisa Suyama2)
1)Kyushu Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan, 2)Kawatabi Field Science Center, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University, Japan, 3)Edible Mushroom Spawn Association, Japan, 4)Department of Systems Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan

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Oral Session 7

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 2F) 13:30~15:00
「Collection of Yeasts in Asia」
Chairs:
Feng-Yan Bai (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Masako Takashima (Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Japan)
2-O07-1
Adaptive evolution of sugar metabolism networks in yeastPDF
Speakers:
Feng-Yan Bai, Shou-Fu Duan, Ri-Peng Zhang, Qi Yin, Jun-Yan Shi
State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2-O07-2
Origin of isolates - big but obscure dataPDF
Speakers:
Andrey Yurkov, Lorenz Reimer, Sabine Gronow
Leibniz Institute DSMZ-German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures, Germany
2-O07-3
Surveillance of molecular epidemiology of Cryptococcus gattii in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Kuo-hsi Lin1,2), Wen-Hsin Chung1)
1)National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 2)Taichung Tungs' Metroharbor Hospital
2-O07-4
Prevalence of Candida spp. in Endocervical, Vaginal and Urine Samples of Reproductive Women and In-Vitro Susceptibility Pattern of the IsolatesPDF
Speaker:
Llyrha Mae Escaner Maghari-Capio
De la Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute, Philippines
2-O07-5
Diversity of yeasts and yeast-like fungi isolated from household air-conditionersPDF
Speakers:
Shigeki Inaba1), Atsushi Yamazaki1), Kazumi Sasaki1), Kazunobu Kuwabara2), Takahiko Horiguchi2), Masashi Nakamura2,3), Kayoko Matsunaga2)
1)NITE Biological Resource Center, National Institute of Technology and Evaluation, Japan, 2)Fujita Health University, Japan, 3)Hoyu, Co., Ltd., Japan

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Oral Session 8

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 2F) 15:10~16:40
「Fungi in Stress Environment」
Chairs:
Keiko Yamaji (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Hayato Masuya (Forestry & Forest Products Research institute, Japan)
2-O08-1
Root endophytic Chaetomium cupreum increased Al tolerance in Miscanthus sinensis growing at an old mine sitePDF
Speakers:
Toshikatsu Haruma1,2), Keiko Yamaji2), Kazuyoshi Ogawa2), Hayato Masuya3), Yurina Sekine1), Naofumi Kozai1)
1)Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 2)University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Forest Research and Management Organization, Japan
2-O08-2
Mechanism of heavy-metal tolerance in shade plant Aucuba japonica via the possible function of root-endophytesPDF
Speakers:
Kohei Doyama1), Keiko Yamaji2), Toshikatsu Haruma2,3)
1)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Advanced Science Research Center, Sector of Nuclear Science Research, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan
2-O08-3
Community and Species-Specific Responses of Soil-Borne Fungi to Copper Oxide and Zinc Oxide NanoparticlesPDF
Speakers:
Jonathan Jaime Gurimbao-Guerrero1), Teresita U. Dalisay2), Ireneo B. Pangga2), Nolissa D. Organo3), Pattavipha Songkumarn4)
1)Bicol University College of Science Department of Biology, Philippines, 2)Institute of Weed Science, Entomology and Plant Pathology, University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines, 3)Soil Science Division, Agricultural Science Institute, University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines, 4)Kasetsart University Faculty of Agriculture, Bangkok, Thailand
2-O08-4
Uptake of cesium by ectomycorrhizal fungi and its transfer into plantsPDF
Speakers:
Sumika Ogo1,2), Takashi Yamanaka1), Keiko Akama1), Junko Nagakura1), Keiko Yamaji2)
1)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences. University of Tsukuba. Japan
2-O08-5
Detection of autophagy-related structures in the fruiting bodies of Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Yuma Ozaki1), Tadanori Aimi2), Norihiro Shimomura2)
1)The United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Tottori University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University, Japan

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Oral Session 9

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 13:10~14:40
「Biodiversity, Systematics & Ecology of Ascomycota」
Chairs:
Hiran A. Ariyawansa (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Izumi Okane (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
3-O09-1
Why study endophytic fungi? The case of Chinese mesona (Platostoma palustre)PDF
Speakers:
Roland Kirschner1), Chung-Wei Hsieh2)
1)School of Forestry & Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2)Department of Life Sciences, National Central University, Taiwan
3-O09-2
Plant associated Plectosphaerella species in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Yuuri Hirooka1), Honami Miyata2), Toshiyuki Usami3), Toyozo Sato4)
1)Department of Clinical Plant Science, Hosei University, Japan, 2)Saitama Agricultural Technology Research Center, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University, Japan, 4)Department of Agro-Food Science, Niigata Agro-Food University, Japan
3-O09-3
Rice seed-borne fungi, with special reference to Microdochium, Sarocladium and dematiaceous hyphomycetesPDF
Speakers:
Jie-Hao Ou, Chi-yu Chen
National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
3-O09-4
Ascomycota on seeds and fruits from tropical forests of ThailandPDF
Speaker:
Sayanh Somrithipol
BIOTEC, National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand
3-O09-5
Taxonomic circumscription and phylogenetics of microfungi associated with RosaceaePDF
Speakers:
Dhanushka Nadeeshan Wanasinghe1,2), Kevin David Hyde1,2), Jian Chu Xu1), Peter Edward Mortimer1)
1)Key Laboratory for Plant Biodiversity and Biogeography of East Asia (KLPB), Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

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Oral Session 10

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 14:50~16:20
「New Taxonomic Schemes in Penicillium and Its Implication for Applied Research」
Chairs:
Cobus M. Visagie (University of Pretoria, South Africa)
Robert A. Samson (Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, The Netherlands)
3-O10-1
Current taxonomy of Penicillium and TalaromycesPDF
Speaker:
Robert A. Samson
Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, The Netherlands
3-O10-2
Updating the taxonomy of the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium and Talaromyces in South AfricaPDF
Speakers:
Cobus Meyer Visagie, Neriman Yilmaz
Department of Biochemistry, Genetics and Microbiology, Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute (FABI), University of Pretoria, South Africa

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Oral Session 11

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 17:00~18:30
「Taxonomy and application of the genus Aspergillus
Chairs:
Takashi Yaguchi (Chiba University, Japan)
Seung-Beom Hong (National Institute of Agricultural Science, Korea)
3-O11-1
Characterization and proposal of two new species in Aspergillus section NigriPDF
Speakers:
Cai Bian1), Yikelamu Alimu1), Yoko Kusuya1), Tetsuhiro Matsuzawa2), Hiroki Takahashi1), Takashi Yaguchi1)
1)Chiba University, Japan, 2)University of Nagasaki
3-O11-2
Taxonomic Re-evaluation of White and Black-Koji MoldsPDF
Speakers:
Seung-Beom Hong1), Osamu Yamada2), Robert Samson3)
1)National Institute of Agricultural Science, Korea, 2)National Research Institute of Brewing, Japan, 3)Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Centre, The Netherlands
3-O11-3
Genomic landscape of secondary metabolism in Aspergillus speciesPDF
Speaker:
Daisuke Hagiwara1,2,3)
1)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability (MiCS), University of Tsukuba, 3)Medical Mycology Research Center, Chiba University
3-O11-4
Classification of Aspergillus fumigatus related species in Japan and their antifungal susceptibilitiesPDF
Speaker:
Takashi Yaguchi
Chiba University, Japan

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Oral Session 12

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 13:10~14:40
「Conservation of Fungal Diversity」
Chair:
Takamichi Orihara (Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History, Japan)
3-O12-1
Phyllosphere epiphytic and endophytic fungal community and network structures differ in a tropical mangrove ecosystemPDF
Speakers:
Liang-Dong Guo, Hui Yao, Xiang Sun, Chao He, Pulak Maitra, Xing-Chun Li
State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
3-O12-2
Fungal-bacterial mutualistic mechanism; fungal highway and bacterial tollPDF
Speaker:
Norio Takeshita
University of Tsukuba, Japan
3-O12-3
Ecological aspects of ammonia fungi in serpentine soilPDF
Speakers:
Hiroto Fukayama1), Tatsuya Fukuda1,2), Mana Yasui3), Akira Suzuki2)
1)Graduate School of Environment and Information Studies, Tokyo City University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Tokyo City University, Japan, 3)Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan
3-O12-4
Influence of woody plant community composition on the distribution of macrofungal community composition: a case study in Yunnan Province, ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Huili Li1), Jiayu Guo1), Lei Ye1,2,3,4), Jianchu Xu1,5), Peter Mortimer1)
1)Key Laboratory of Economic Plants and Biotechnology, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)Institute of Excellence in Fungal Research, Thailand, 3)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 4)School of Science, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 5)World Agroforestry Centre, East and Central Asia, China

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Oral Session 13

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 14:50~16:20
「Diversity of entomopathogenic fungi」
Chairs:
Jennifer Luangsa-ard (BIOTEC, Thailand)
Hiroki Sato (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan)
3-O13-1
Cordyceps biodiversity and industrialization of Cordyceps militarisPDF
Speakers:
Ting-Chi Wen1), Yuan-Ping Xiao1,2), Feng-Yao Long1), Ji-Chuan Kang1), Kevin D. Hyde2)
1)The Engineering and Research Center for Southwest Bio-Pharmaceutical Resources of National Education Ministry of China, Guizhou University, China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
3-O13-2
Diversity of entomopathogenic fungi infecting Orthopterida in ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Donnaya Thanakitpipattana1), Kanoksri Tasanathai1), Suchada Mongkolsamrit1), Artit Khonsanit1), Supaporn Lamlertthon2), Janet Jennifer Luangsa-ard1)
1)National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Thailand, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research Faculty of Medical Science, Naresuan University, Thailand
3-O13-3
Harpellales from Japan by wider host family collectionPDF
Speaker:
Hiroki Sato
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
3-O13-4
Reclassification of the genus Polycephalomyces; phylogenetic position of the type species P. formosusPDF
Speakers:
Sayaka Ban1), Kohei Yamamoto2), Takashi Yaguchi1), Akira Nakagiri3)
1)Medical Mycology Research Center, Chiba University, Japan, 2)Tochigi Prefectural Museum, Japan, 3)Fungus/Mushroom Resource and Research Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University, Japan
3-O13-5
Phylogeny and systematics revision of Cordyceps sensu stricto in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Wei-Yu Chuang1), Meng-Ling Wu2), Kuei-Jr Liao1), Hiran Anjana Ariyawansa1)
1)Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, College of Bio-Resources and Agriculture, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2)Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Taiwan

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Oral Session 14

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 10:40~12:10
「Biogeography and Phylogeny of Powdery Mildew Fungi」
Chairs:
Levente Kiss (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)
Shu-Yan Liu (Jilin Agricultural University, China)
3-O14-1
Evolution of Eastern Asian and North American Disjunct Distributions in Powdery MildewsPDF
Speaker:
Susumu Takamatsu
Mie University, Japan
3-O14-2
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Golovinomyces (Erysiphaceae) in ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Shu-Yan Liu, Penglei Qiu
Jilin Agricultural University, P.R. China
3-O14-3
Taxonomic revision of Blumeria graminis species complexPDF
Speakers:
Miao Liu1), Uwe Braun2), Susumu Takamatsu3), Sarah Hambleton1), Parivash shoukouhi1)
1)Ottawa Research & Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada, 2)Martin Luther University, Germany, 3)Faculty of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
3-O14-4
Australia: A continent without native powdery mildews?PDF
Speakers:
Levente Kiss1), Niloofar Vaghefi1), Kaylene Bransgrove2), John D. W. Dearnaley1), Yu Pei Tan3), Craig Marston4), Roger G. Shivas3), Susumu Takamatsu1,5)
1)University of Southern Queensland, Australia, 2)Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Plant Pathology Herbarium, Australia, 3)Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Biosecurity Queensland, Ecosciences Precinct, Australia, 4)Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, Australia, 5)Mie University, Faculty of Bioresources, Japan

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Oral Session 15

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 13:10~14:40
「Fungal Genetics and Genomics」
Chairs:
Kap-Hoon Han (Woosuk University, Korea)
Kiminori Shimizu (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
3-O15-1
Pheromone-independent sexual reproduction in a ubiquitous human fungal pathogenPDF
Speakers:
Linqi Wang, Xiuyun Tian, Linxia Liu
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
3-O15-2
How a fungus integrates glucose sensing with carbon catabolite repression and development to adapt to living plants versus decaying litterPDF
Speakers:
Monika Schmoll1), Guofen Li1), Wolfgang Hinterdobler1), David Turra2), Stefanie Kindel1), Ursula Sauer1), Aroa Rodriguez-Iglesias1), Stephane Compant1), Antonio diPietro2), Monika Schmoll1)
1)AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria, 2)University of Cordoba, Spain
3-O15-3
Regulation of fruiting body development in Winter MushroomPDF
Speakers:
Shaojie Li1,2), Taju Wu1,2), Xianyun Sun1,2), Zhenying Zhang1,2), Chengcheng Hu1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
3-O15-4
Function of pcc1 in dikaryotization in Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Tatpong Boontawon, Takehito Nakazawa, Masato Horii, Masahiro Sakamoto, Yoichi Honda
Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan
3-O15-5
Genetic coordination of protein O-mannosyltransferase C and HOG pathway controls sterigmatocystin production and development in Aspergillus nidulansPDF
Speakers:
Tram Le1,2), Kiminori Shimizu1,3)
1)Department of Biological Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2)Biotechnology Center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 3)Medical Mycology Research Center, Chiba University, Japan
3-O15-6
The Neurospora crassa COT1 kinase - a regulator of polar growth: Interactions with MOB2A, type 2A phosphatase and the RNA-binding protein GUL1PDF
Speakers:
Oded Yarden1), Inbal Herold1), Liran Aharoni-Kats1), Hila Shomin-Levi1), Diego L. Delgado-Alvarez2), Marisela Garduno-Rosales2), Rosa R. Rosa R. Mourino-Perez2)
1)The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2)CICESE, Mexico

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Oral Session 16

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Hall 3 (Mie Pref. Gender Equality Center 1F "Frente Mie") 14:50~16:20
「Genomics of filamentous fungi」
Chairs:
Emi Kunitake (Mie University, Japan)
Shuji Tani (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
3-O16-1
De novo assembly and annotation of the red and white Antrodia cinnamomea complete genome seqencesPDF
Speaker:
Ting-Fang Wang
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
3-O16-2
Genomic basis of fungal bioluminescence in Mycena speciesPDF
Speakers:
Huei-Mien Ke1), Chan-Yi Ivy Lin1), Hsin-Han Lee1), Yu-Ching Liu1), Chiung-Chih Chang1), Jo-Wei Hsieh2), Pao-Yang Chen2), Hsiao-Wei Kao3), Isheng Jason Tsai1)
1)Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 2)Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 3)Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
3-O16-3
SrpkF participates in the early phase cellobiose- and cellulose- responsive induction of the cellulase genes in Aspergillus aculeatusPDF
Speakers:
Natsumi Kobayashi, Ryohei Katayama, Jun-ichi Sumitani, Shuji Tani, Takashi Kawaguchi
Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
3-O16-4
Chemical genetic analysis of zoospore development by using beta-rubromycin in Phytophthora infestansPDF
Speakers:
Shuji Tani1), Naotaka Nishio1), Kenji Kai1), Howard Judelson2), Takashi Kawaguchi1)
1)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2)Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology, University of California, Riverside, United States

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Oral Session 17

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 10:40~12:10
「Fungal Plant Pathogens in Asia」
Chairs:
Lei Cai (Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Yukiko Shirouzu Takahashi (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan)
3-O17-1
Advances in the taxonomy of phytopathogenic fungiPDF
Speakers:
Yasmina Marin Felix1,2), Pedro W. Crous2)
1)Department Microbial Drugs, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany, 2)Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, the Netherlands
3-O17-2
The dynamics of Raffaelea quercivora, a causal agent of Japanese Oak WiltPDF
Speakers:
Yukiko Shirouzu Takahashi1), Norihisa Matsushita2), Taizo Hogetsu2)
1)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan, 2)The University of Tokyo, Japan
3-O17-3
One stop shop-taxonomic update with molecular phylogeny for important phytopathogenic generaPDF
Speakers:
Ruvishika Shehali Jayawardena, Kevin David Hyde
Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
3-O17-4
Phylogeny and taxonomy of Cronartium and allied generaPDF
Speakers:
Peng Zhao, Xiao-Hua Qi, Lei Cai
State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P. R. China
3-O17-5
Re-evaluation of Phoma erratica var. mikan from Phoma rot diseasePDF
Speakers:
Haruna Matsuyama1), Yukako Hattori2), Keiichi Motohashi1)
1)Department of International Agriculture Development, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
3-O17-6
Diversity of Fusarium Species Infecting Banana in MalaysiaPDF
Speakers:
Anysia Hedy Ujat1), Yukako Hattori2), Chiharu Nakashima2), Clement Kiing Fook Wong1), Dzarifah Zulperi1)
1)Faculty of Agriculture, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan

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Oral Session 18

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 13:10~14:40
「Novel Anti-infective Agents and Other Useful Secondary Metabolites from Filamentous Fungi」
Chairs:
Marc Stadler (Helmholtz-Centre for Infection Research, Germany)
Haruki Yamada (DNDi Japan/Kitasato University/Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan)
3-O18-1
Robust bioprocess for the sustainable production of the fungal anti-cancer lead compound illudin MPDF
Speakers:
Lillibeth Chaverra-Munoz, Theresa Briem, Tian Cheng, Clara Chepkirui, Stephan Huettel, Marc Stadler
Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany
3-O18-2
A study of the biodiversity and secondary metabolites of fungal endophytes from medicinal plants in GuizhouPDF
Speakers:
Ji-Chuan Kang, Ting-Chi Wen, Yi-Xin Qian, Si-Xuan Zhou, Xiao-Ya Ma
Engineering Research Center of Southwest Bio-Pharmaceutical Resources, Ministry of Education, Guizhou University, China
3-O18-3
Spider parasitic fungi as alternative sources of novel secondary metabolitesPDF
Speakers:
Wilawan Kuephadungphan1,2,3), Soleiman Helaly2,4), Allan Patrick Macabeo5), Charuwan Daengrot3), Patima Phainuphong3), Vatcharin Rukachaisirikul3), Souwalak Phongpaichit3), Janet Jennifer Luangsa-ard1), Marc Stadler2)
1)The National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Thailand, 2)Department of Microbial Drugs, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany, 3)Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand, 4)Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Aswan University, Egypt, 5)Laboratory for Organic Reactivity, Discovery and Synthesis (LORDS), Research Center for the Natural and Applied Sciences University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
3-O18-4
Inhibition of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus by pteridophyte Nephrolepis cordifolia (Linn.) Presl. and its associated fungal endophytesPDF
Speakers:
Judee N. Nogodula1,2), Ma. Eva C. San Juan2), Reynaldo M. Nogodula3), Roberth Riggs L. Rondilla4), Kin Israel R. Notarte4), Thomas Edison E. Dela Cruz4,5)
1)College of Arts and Sciences, University of Southeastern Philippines, Philippines, 2)Pharmacy Department, University of the Immaculate Conception, Philippines, 3)College of Education, University of Southeastern Philippines, Philippines, 4)Fungal Biodiversity, Ecogenomics and Systematics Group, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 5)Research Center for Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
3-O18-5
Biosynthesis of cyathane diterpene to discovery and characterization of a new family of diterpene cyclasesPDF
Speaker:
Hongwei Liu
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
3-O18-6
Elucidation of the life cycle of the endophyte genus Muscodor based on a polyphasic taxonomic approachPDF
Speakers:
Benjarong Thongbai1), Milan C Samarakoon2,3), Kevin D Hyde3), Marc Stadler1), Mark Bronstrup1), Ulrike Beutling1), Christopher Lambert1), Dinushani A Daranagama4), Jian Kui Liu5), Itthayakorn Promputtha2)
1)Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany, 2)Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 3)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 4)Dept. of Botany, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 5)Guizhou Academy of Agricultural Sciences, P.R. China

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Oral Session 19

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 14:50~16:20
「Control and Diagnosis of Fungal Diseases」
Chair:
Yuuri Hirooka (Hosei University, Japan)
3-O19-1
Root disease control by using artificial suppressive soil inoculated microbial consortiumPDF
Speakers:
Jamjan Meeboon1), Makoto Shinohara1), Kazuki Fujiwara1), Kenji Miyamoto2), Yasuo Kato3), Akinori Ando4,5), Jun Ogawa4,5)
1)National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan, 2)Dept. Biosci. Inform., Keio University, Japan, 3)Biotech. Res. Cent., Toyama Pref. University, Japan, 4)Div. Appl. Life Sci., Grad. Sch. Agric., Kyoto University, Japan, 5)Res. Unit Physiol. Chem. Kyoto University, Japan
3-O19-2
Isolation of different rhizosphere-associated fungi with biological control activities from KoreaPDF
Speakers:
A Yeong Heo, Young Mo Koo, Ho Seob Lee, Mi Jung Jo, Dasan Lee, Jeong Hyun Lee, Hyong Woo Choi
Andong National University, Korea
3-O19-3
Metal and Salinity Tolerance in Trichoderma asperellum and the Impact on Biocontrol Efficacy against Fusarium PathogensPDF
Speakers:
Jia May Chin, Adeline Su Yien Ting, Yau Yan Lim
Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia
3-O19-4
Control of Mango's Post-Harvest fungal diseases in Miyako Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan by Hot Water TreatmentsPDF
Speakers:
Victor Alonso De la Cruz Padilla1), Hidehiko Kikuno2), Chiharu Nakashima3), Mark Joseoh Balanay Cano4), Kojiro Omijya5), Keiichi Motohashi1)
1)Department of International Agriculture Development, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan, 2)Miyako Subtropical Experimental Farm, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 4)College of Science, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, The Philippines, 5)Saion Co. Ltd., Japan
3-O19-5
Use of response surface methodology (RSM) for the optimization Lasiodiplodia sp. LAMP assay in Philippine ‘Carabao' Mango (Mangifera indica Linn.)PDF
Speakers:
Chester C. Deocaris1), Monzour Dave L. Manrique1), Ruth Royelle L. Izon1), Dexter M. Foronda1), Jan Bernel P. Padolina2), Chiharu Nakashima3), Lourdes V. Alvarez3,4)
1)Department of Physical Sciences, College of Science, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines, 2)Research Management Office, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines, 3)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 4)Department of Biology, College of Science, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines

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Oral Session 20

Oct. 3 (Thu.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 17:00~18:30
「Yin and Yang Effects of Infection by Mycoviruses」
Chairs:
Nobuhiro Suzuki (Okayama University, Japan)
Fumihiro Fujimori (Tokyo-Kasei Univ., Japan)
3-O20-1
Facilitative and synergistic interactions between fungal and plant viruses in mixed infectionsPDF
Speakers:
Liying Sun, Ruiling Bian, Tianxing Pang
State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress Biology for Arid Areas and College of Plant Protection, Northwest A&F University, China
3-O20-2
2A-like protease activity is essential for replication and viability of yado-kari virus 1 hosted by yado-nushi virus 1PDF
Speakers:
Subha Das, Mahfuz Alam, Rui Zhang, Sakae Hisano, Yukiyo Sato, Hideki Kondo, Nobuhiro Suzuki
Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR), Okayama University, Japan
3-O20-3
A necrotropic fungal pathogen serves as beneficial endophyte on plantsPDF
Speakers:
Daohong Jiang, Hongxiang Zhang, Jiatao Xie, Yanping Fu, Jiasen Cheng, Shufen Cheng, Zhenzhen Zhao
State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology, Plant Pathology, College of Plant Science and Technology, Huazhong Agricultural University, PR. China
3-O20-4
The discovery, evolution, transmission of mycoviruses associated with hypovirulence on Sclerotinia sclerotiorumPDF
Speakers:
Jiatao Xie1), Du Hai1), Minghong Wang2), Daohong Jiang1), Yanping Fu1), Jiasen Cheng1)
1)State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology, Huazhong Agricultural University, PR China, 2)College of Forestry and Horticulture, Hubei University for Nationalities, PR. China
3-O20-5
Mycovirus-mediated biological control of chestnut blight in EuropePDF
Speaker:
Daniel Rigling
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland

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Oral Session 21

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 10:50~12:20
「Biological Interaction Among Fungi and Other Organisms」
Chairs:
Keisuke Obase (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan)
Yusuke Takashima (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
4-O21-1
Effects of ectomycorrhizosphere bacterial strains on sporocarp production by the ectomycorrhizal fungus Laccaria parvaPDF
Speaker:
Keisuke Obase
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
4-O21-2
Frequency of spore attachment on the body surfaces of Collembola feeding on mushroomsPDF
Speakers:
Taizo Nakamori, Masaya Yonekawa, Masakazu Nakano
Yokohama National University, Japan
4-O21-3
Predator-prey interactions between ectomycorrhizal fungi and soil nematodes in a coastal black pine forestPDF
Speakers:
Yudai Kitagami1,2), Yosuke Matsuda1)
1)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
4-O21-4
Richness of foliar endophyte communities in tropical forests reflects phylogenetic diversity of host communitiesPDF
Speakers:
Shuzo Oita1), Francois Lutzoni2), Jolanta Miadlikowska2), Alicia Ibanez1), Anne Elizabeth Arnold1)
1)University of Arizona, USA, 2)Duke University, USA
4-O21-5
Aposymbiosis of an endofungal bacterium impacts on sexual reproduction of its fungal hostPDF
Speakers:
Yusuke Takashima1,2), Yong Guo2), Yousuke Degawa1), Tomoyasu Nishizawa2), Hiroyuki Ohta2), Kazuhiko Narisawa2)
1)Sugadaira Research Station, Mountain Science Center, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)College of Agriculture, Ibaraki University, Japan
4-O21-6
The coevolution of mycoparasitic Tremella sensu lato species and their hostsPDF
Speakers:
Xin-Zhan Liu, Feng-Yan Bai
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

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Oral Session 22

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Hall 2 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center B1F) 10:50~12:20
「Species Barcoding of Oomycota」
Chair:
Young-Joon Choi (Kunsan National University, Korea)
4-O22-1
Stranger Things: The Simple Holocarpic OomycetesPDF
Speakers:
Anthony Buaya1,2), Sebastian Ploch2), Alexandra Kraberg3), Marco Thines1,2)
1)Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt am Main, Department of Biological Sciences, Institute of Ecology, Evolution and Diversity, Germany, 2)Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Center, Germany, 3)Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany
4-O22-2
Enhancement of quality of Oomycetes in the NARO Genebank (MAFF Collection)PDF
Speakers:
Shihomi Uzuhashi, Takayuki Aoki, Daisuke Tanaka, Hiromi Nakajima, Miyuki Yamazaki, Mamoru Satou
National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO), Japan
4-O22-3
Multiplex LAMP detection of Phytophthora ramorum, P. kernoviae and P. lateralis with plant universal primer set as an internal controlPDF
Speakers:
Ayaka Hieno1), Kayoko Otsubo1), Haruhisa Suga2), Koji Kageyama1)
1)River Basin Research Center, Gifu University, Japan, 2)Life Science Research Center, Gifu University, Japan

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Oral Session 23

Oct. 4 (Fri.) Room 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 10:50~12:20
「Future Perspective for the Use of Medicinal Mushroom in Health and Disease States」
Chairs:
Esteban C. Gabazza (Mie University, Japan)
Etsuko Harada (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
4-O23-1
Characterization of Pleurotus florida Mycelia as a Functional FoodPDF
Speakers:
Janice C. Laforteza1), Renato G. Reyes2), Trinidad P. Trinidad1)
1)University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 2)Central Luzon State University, Philippines
4-O23-2
Nutritional composition of wild edible mushrooms from traditional market in Northern Papua, IndonesiaPDF
Speakers:
Supeni Sufaati, Rosye H.R. Tanjung, Septriyanto Dirgantara, Verena Agustini
Cenderawasih University, Indonesia
4-O23-3
Study on hypoglycemic effect of the crude polysaccharide extract from Inonotus obliquusPDF
Speakers:
Suping Guo, Lin Bi, Chengrui Li
Shanxi Institute of Medicine and Life Sciences, China
4-O23-4
Antioxidant activities and total phenolic and flavonoid contents in four mushroom of Phellinus from ThailandPDF
Speaker:
Khwanyuruan Naksuwankul
Mahasarakham University, Thailand
4-O23-5
Optimization and anticancer effect of L-asparaginase production in Penicillium citrinum isolated from Malaysian medicinal plant Pereskia bleoPDF
Speakers:
Ling Sze Yap, Wai Leng Lee, Adeline Su Yien Ting
School of Science, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

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Poster Presentation

Poster Presentation 1

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 13:30~15:00
P1-01
Reexamination of the genus Albugo in AzerbaijanPDF
Speakers:
Aynur G. Bakhshiyeva1,2), Daisuke Mabuchi2), Yukako Hattori2), Chiharu Nakashima2), Dilzara N. Aghayeva1)
1)Institute of Botany, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P1-02
A new Pythium species causing lettuce wiltPDF
Speakers:
Akihiro Hayano1), Kensuke Yamada1), Ayaka Hieno1), Haruhisa Suga2), Koji Kageyama1)
1)River Basin Research Center, Gifu University, Japan, 2)Life Science Research Center, Gifu University, Japan
P1-03
Mucoralean fungi in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Hyang Burm Lee, Thuong T. T. Nguyen
Dept. of Agricultural Biological Chemistry, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Chonnam National University, Korea
P1-04
Toward a natural classification of VenturialesPDF
Speakers:
Ying Zhang1), Min. Shen1), Pedro W. Crous2)
1)Beijing Forestry University, China, 2)Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, The Netherlands
P1-05
Genus Cytospora (Diaporthales) in ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Xinlei Fan, Yingmei Liang, Chengming Tian
Beijing Forestry University, China
P1-06
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Diaporthe associated with dieback diseases in ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Qin Yang1,2), Xinlei Fan1), Yingmei Liang1), Chengming Tian1)
1)College of Forestry, Beijing Forestry University, China, 2)College of Life Science and Technology, Central South University of Forestry and Technology, China
P1-07
Using divergence times in fungal classificationPDF
Speakers:
Jian-Kui (Jack) Liu1), Milan C. Samarakoon2), Alan Phillips3), Sheng-Nan Zhang2), Kevin D. Hyde2)
1)School of Life Science and Technology, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, P.R. China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)Biosystems and Integrative Sciences Institute, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
P1-08
Diversity of endolichenic fungi isolated from the lichen Usnea from Malaysia and the PhilippinesPDF
Speakers:
Krystle Angelique Santiago1,2), Thomas Edison dela Cruz3), Adeline Su Yien Ting1,2)
1)School of Science, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia, 2)Tropical Medicine & Biology Multidisciplinary Platform, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia, 3)College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
P1-09
The Code - Albus Dumbledore or Severus Snape?PDF
Speakers:
Johannes Zacharias Groenewald, Pedro W. Crous
Evolutionary Phytopathology, Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, The Netherlands
P1-10
The species diversity of the genus Lasiodiplodia in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Yukako Hattori1), Lynn Nakano2), Carmelita P Mapanao3), Arcibel B Bautista3), Chiharu Nakashima1)
1)Graduate school of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Department of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 3)Polytechnic University of the Philippines
P1-11
Fungal Diversity of Limestone Caves in Sabah, MalaysiaPDF
Speakers:
Ibrahem Wasti1,2), Jaya Seelan1)
1)Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 2)Faculty of Natural Science and Sustainability, University College Sabah Foundation, Malaysia
P1-12
Clavicipitaceous fungi on Commelinaceae, which have been recognized as smut fungiPDF
Speaker:
Eiji Tanaka
Ishikawa Prefectural University, Japan
P1-13
Diaporthalean fungi associated with canker and dieback of tree hosts in China, emphasising on Cytospora and Diaporthe (Diaporthales)PDF
Speakers:
Chengming Tian, Xinlei Fan
Beijing Forestry University, China
P1-14
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Gymnosporangium in ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Yingmei Liang, Bin Cao
Beijing Forestry University, China
P1-15
Molecular taxonomy and morphology of some fungi from RussiaPDF
Speakers:
Napalai Chaiwan, Kevin Hyde
Mea Fha Luang University, Thailand
P1-16
Status of genus Helvella (Pezizomycetes, Ascomycota) in PakistanPDF
Speakers:
Abdul Rehman Niazi, Simab Asghar, Abdul Nasir Khalid, Najam ul Sehar Afshan
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
P1-17
Three New Ascomycete Fungi Isolated from Freshwater and Plant Leaf Samples in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Hyo Jin Lim, Hyang Burm Lee
Environmental Microbiology Lab, Dept. of Agricultural Biological Chemistry, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Chonnam National University, Korea
P1-18
Multi-locus phylogeny reveals Phaeodothis mori sp. nov. from dead leaves of Morus australisPDF
Speakers:
Danushka Sandaruwan Tennakoon1,2,3,4), Chang-Hsin Kuo1), Kevin David Hyde2,3,4,5)
1)Department of Plant Medicine, National Chiayi University, Taiwan, 2)School of Science, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 4)Key Laboratory for Plant Biodiversity and Biogeography of East Asia (KLPB), Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, China, 5)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
P1-19
Speciation of Ochroconis and Verruconis in secondary structure of 18S ribosomal RNA genePDF
Speakers:
Kittipan Samerpitak1), AHG Gerrits van den Ende2), GS de Hoog2)
1)Department of Micribiology, Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University, Thailand, 2)Fungal Biodiversity Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands
P1-20
Additions to pestalotioid taxa in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Ichen Tsai, Hiran Anjana Ariyawansa
Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
P1-21
Lecanicillium aphanocladii isolated from “Tengu-no-Mugimeshi" in Mt. Kurohime, Nagano Prefecture, central JapanPDF
Speakers:
Mayuka Higo1), Rei Hokari1), Masato Iwatsuki1), Tomotaka Tanabe2), Taiga Kasuya3), Kenichi Nonaka1)
1)Kitasato Institute of Life Sciences, Japan, 2)Togakushi Museum of Natural History, Japan, 3)Keio University, Japan
P1-22
Ascomycetes in Yunnan, ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Rungtiwa Phookamsak1,2,3,4), Kevin D. Hyde1,2), Jianchu Xu1,3,4)
1)Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)East and Central Asia Regional Office, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), China, 4)Centre for Mountain Futures (CMF), Kunming Institute of Botany, China
P1-23
Taxonomic reassessment of three lachnaceous genera (Helotiales, Ascomycota)PDF
Speaker:
Yukito Tochihara
The University of Tokyo, Japan
P1-24
Endophytic fungal flora in the living leaves of Fraxinus excelsior healthily growing in Hokkaido, JapanPDF
Speakers:
Rieko Ichimura1), Izumi Okane2), Yutaka Tamai3), Yasuhiro Ishiga2), Yuichi Yamaoka2)
1)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Research Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan
P1-25
Behavior of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus in the leaves of four foreign ash species (Fraxinus spp.) in Hokkaido, JapanPDF
Speakers:
Saori Kato1), Izumi Okane2), Yutaka Tamai3), Takehiro Yamaguchi4), Yuichi Yamaoka2), Yasuhiro Ishiga2)
1)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Research Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan, 4)Hokkaido Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P1-26
Population structure and genetic recombination of Racodium therryanum revealed by new microsatellite markersPDF
Speakers:
Ayuka Iwakiri, Norihisa Matsushita, Kenji Fukuda
Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan
P1-27
Diversity of Microfungi on Para rubber (Hevea brasiliensis)PDF
Speakers:
Chanokned Senwanna1), Ratchadawan Cheewangkoon1), Kevin Devid Hyde2,3,4)
1)Department of Entomology and Plant pathology, Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 2)Centre of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)World Agroforestry Centre, East and Central Asia, Heilongtan, People's Republic of China, 4)Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, People's Republic of China
P1-28
Discovery and description of the sexual morph of Lecanicillium fungicolaPDF
Speakers:
Toshiyuki Tokiwa1), Dai Hirose2), Kenichi Nonaka1)
1)Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan, 2)School of Pharmacy, Nihon University, Japan
P1-29
Isolation fungi from carnivorous plants and bioactive evaluation of the secondary metabolitesPDF
Speakers:
Naoya Matsuo1), Kazunari Sakai2), Toshiyuki Tokiwa2), Mayuka Higo2), Kenichi Nonaka1,2)
1)Graduate School of Infection Control Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan, 2)Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan
P1-30
Good practices in studying fungi: fungaria, isolation, culture and sporulation protocolsPDF
Speakers:
Indunil Chinthani Senanayake1), Kevin David Hyde2), Rajesh Jeewon3), Eric HC McKenzie4), Putarak Chomnunti2), Ning Xie1)
1)Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Microbial Genetic Engineering, College of Life Science and Oceanography, Shenzhen University, China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Mauritius, Mauritius, 4)Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, New Zealand
P1-31
A new Aureobasidium species isolated from litter samples in Kupang, IndonesiaPDF
Speakers:
Kristi Ningrum1), Dyah Noor Hidayati1), Diana Dewi1), Kenichi Nonaka2), Erwahyuni Endang Prabandari1), Toshiyuki Tokiwa2), Mihoko Mori2), Danang Waluyo1), Agung Eru Wibowo1), Kazuro Shiomi2), Tomoyoshi Nozaki3)
1)Laboratory for Biotechnology, BPPT, Indonesia, 2)Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan, 3)University of Tokyo, Japan
P1-32
Isolation of fungi from the insect's gut and bioactive evaluation of the secondary metabolitesPDF
Speakers:
Naozumi Kondo1), Toshiyuki Tokiwa2), Kazunari Sakai2), Mayuka Higo2), Kenichi Nonaka1,2)
1)Graduate school of Infection Control Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan, 2)Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan
P1-33
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Muyocopron thailandica sp. nov.PDF
Speakers:
Sinang Hongsanan1), Naruemon Huanraluek2), Kasun Thambugala3), Kevin Hyde2), Ning Xie1)
1)Shenzhen Key Laboratory of Microbial Genetic Engineering, College of Life Sciences and Oceanography, Shenzhen University, China, 2)Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, 3)Industrial Science and Management (International Program), Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University (Rangsit Center), Thailand
P1-34
New and rapid method for producing stable appressoria of the genus ColletotrichumPDF
Speakers:
Yoshiki Takata1), Shunsuke Nozawa1), Takuto Hatae1), Kyoko Watanabe1,2)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture Tamagawa University, Japan, 2)Tamagawa University Research Institute, Japan
P1-35
Baseline data for generalist and specialist fungi associated with ants, Rhododendron species and Dracaena speciesPDF
Speaker:
Kevin David Hyde
Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
P1-36
Resolving the taxonomy and epidemiology of emerging pathogens in the Trichophyton benhamiae complexPDF
Speakers:
Vit Hubka, Adela Cmokova
Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
P1-37
First report of Erysiphe aquilegiae on Clematis montana from PakistanPDF
Speakers:
Najam ul Sehar Afshan, Maria Riaz, Abdul Rehman Niazi
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
P1-38
Biodiversity of Powdery Mildew Fungi in Cultivated Area of Phetchaburi and Prachuap Khiri Khan Province of ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Sararat Monkhung1), Panida Duangkaew2)
1)Crop Production Technology Program, Faculty of Animal Science and Agricultural Technology, Silpakorn University, Thailand, 2)Bioscience for Sustainable Agriculture Program, Faculty of Animal Science and Agricultural Technology, Silpakorn University, Thailand
P1-39
Root endophytic fungi producing Zn-chelating compounds would influence heavy metal tolerance in Miscanthus sinensis growing naturally at a mine sitePDF
Speakers:
Xingyan Lu1), Keiko Yamaji1), Toshikatsu Haruma1,2), Kohei Doyama1), Hayato Masuya3)
1)Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 3)Department of Forest Microbiology, Forestry & Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P1-40
Identification of genes involved in early stage of fruiting body development in Coprinopsis cinereaPDF
Speakers:
Yuichi Sakamoto1), Shiho Sato1), Keishi Osakabe2)
1)Iwate Biotechnology Resarch Center, Japan, 2)Tokushima University, Japan
P1-41
Decay properties of Agrocybe cylindrica isolated from street trident maple (Acer buergerianum) trees in Kyoto CityPDF
Speakers:
Kazuko Ono, Tsuyoshi Yoshimura, Toshimitsu Hata
Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University, Japan
P1-42
Chemolithoautotrophic sulfur oxidation in Fusarium solani f.sp. pisi NBRC9425 indicates a novel microbial sulfur metabolismPDF
Speakers:
Haibo Xu1,2), Yoko Katayama1)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2)Current Affiliation: Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan
P1-43
Genomic perspective on the biology and ecology of Rhizodermea veluwensis, which enhanced the heavy metal stress tolerance of Clethra barbinervisPDF
Speakers:
Hayato Masuya1), Keiko Yamaji2), Ri-ichiro Manabe3), Moriya Ohkuma4), Rikiya Endoh4)
1)Forestry & Forest Products Research institute, Japan, 2)Life and Environmental science, University Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Center for Integrative Medical Sciences (IMS), RIKEN, Japan, 4)Japan Collection of Microorganisms (JCM), RIKEN-BRC, Japan
P1-44
Alternative respiration mechanism produced by soil humic acid in Aspergillus nidulansPDF
Speakers:
Tsugumi Miyazaki, Tao Oizumi, Nami Nakazawa, Shunsuke Masuo, Naoki Takaya
Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P1-45
Physiology of White Rot Fungus Trametes polyzona on Ligninolytic Enzyme Production and Enzymatic Capability in Deactivation of Pharmaceutical ProductsPDF
Speakers:
Piyangkun Lueangjaroenkit1), Churapa Teerapatsakul1), Kazuo Sakka2), Makiko Sakka2), Tetsuya Kimura2), Emi Kunitake2), Lerluck Chitradon1)
1)Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University, Thailand, 2)Graduate school of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P1-46
Ligninolytic System of A White Rot Fungus Trametes polyzona with Novel Enzymes Promising for Bioremediation of DyePDF
Speakers:
Lerluck Chitradon1), Piyangkun Lueangjaroenkit1), Churapa Teerapatsakul1), Kazuo Sakka2), Makiko Sakka2), Tetsuya Kimura2), Emi Kunitake2)
1)Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Kasetsart University, Thailand, 2)Graduate school of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P1-47
Ribosomal DNA phylogenies reveal that Isthmolongispora is polyphyletic and proposal new species of this genusPDF
Speakers:
Le Thi Hoang Yen1), Yasuhisa Tsurumi2), Kaoru Yamaguchi2), Duong Van Hop1), Katsuhiko Ando2)
1)Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Vietnam National University, Vietnam, 2)Biological Resource Center, National Institute of Technology and Evaluation, Japan

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Poster Presentation 2

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Hall 1 (Mie Pref. Fine Arts Center 1F) 15:10~16:40
P2-01
Wild Mushrooms Diversity and Indigenous knowledge from North West Himalaya of Jammu and Kashmir State, IndiaPDF
Speakers:
Sanjeev Kumar, Yash Pal Sharma
University of Jammu, J&K, India
P2-02
Ethnomycological Studies on the Bugkalot Indigenous Community in Alfonso Castaneda, Nueva Vizcaya, PhilippinesPDF
Speakers:
Mark Louie S. Torres1), Delia C. Ontengco1), Edwin R. Tadiosa2), Renato G. Reyes3)
1)The Graduate School, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 2)Philippine National Herbarium, Botany Division, National Museum of the Philippines, Philippines, 3)Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Central Luzon State University, Philippines
P2-03
Kuehneola species which infected Rosa plants are revised to Phragmidium species, and a new rust pathogen of RosaPDF
Speakers:
Yun Liu, Yingmei Liang, Makoto Kakishima
Beijing forestry University, China
P2-04
15 shades of grey - a multi-gene phylogeny and taxonomic review of Pseudotomentella tristis, integrating ecological and geographical dataPDF
Speakers:
Sten Svantesson1,2,3), Karl-Henrik Larsson4), Urmas Koljalg5), Tom W. May3), Patrik Cangren1,2), R. Henrik Nilsson1,2), Ellen Larsson1,2)
1)University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2)Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre, Sweden, 3)Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Australia, 4)University of Oslo, Norway, 5)University of Tartu, Estonia
P2-05
The Phylogenetic Relationship of the Boletaceae collected from Northeastern ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Soravit Chaimongkol1,2), Nattawut Rungjindamai1), Phongsawat Khamsuntorn2), Sujinda Sommai2), Satinee Suetrong2), Umpawa Pinruan2), Sayanh Somrithipol2)
1)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand, 2)National Center for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (BIOTEC), Thailand
P2-06
Monokaryotic fruiting body and clamp cell formation in Mycoleptodonoides aitchisonii (Bunaharitake)PDF
Speakers:
Rini Riffiani, Wada Takayuki, Norihiro Shimomura, Takeshi Yamaguchi, Tadanori Aimi
Tottori University, Japan
P2-07
Multigene Phylogeny of Panus sensu stricto (Polyporaceae)PDF
Speakers:
Jaya Seelan Sathiya Seelan1), David Hibbett5), Nelson Menoli3), Young Woon Lim2), Edward Grand4), Abel Lupalla2), Romina Gazis5)
1)Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 2)Seoul National University, Korea, 3)Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 4)Mahidol University, Thailand, 5)Clark University, United States
P2-08
Phylogenetic Placement of Collybia reinakeana P. Henn. Philippine Isolates Based on internal transcribed spacer Nucleotide SequencesPDF
Speakers:
Minerva Capon Arenas1,2), Renato Gutierrez Reyes3), Ariel Joseph J. Barza3), Ryo Sumi4), Nobuo Mori4), Fumio Eguchi5)
1)Far Eastern University - Manila, Philippines, 2)De La Salle University - Manila, Philippines, 3)Central Luzon State University, Philippines, 4)Nikken Sohonsha Corporation, Japan, 5)Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan
P2-09
Studies of Representatives of the Novel Red and Black Lingzhi from VietnamPDF
Speakers:
Le Xuan Tham1), Nguyen Le Quoc Hung1), Phan Quoc Chinh1), Pham Ngoc Duong2), Nguyen Thi My3), Le Thanh Nhan4)
1)Department of Science & Technology, Vietnam, 2)National Park of Cat Tien, Vietnam, 3)Hung Loc Agricultural Research Center (HARC), Vietnam, 4)University of Agro-forestry, Vietnam
P2-10
Diversity of the genus Calocybella in tropical IndiaPDF
Speakers:
K.P. Deepna Latha, Patinjareveettil Manimohan
Department of Botany, University of Calicut, India
P2-11
Diversity of the genus Entoloma in Kerala State, IndiaPDF
Speakers:
K.N. Anil Raj1), Patinjareveettil Manimohan2)
1)Mahatma Gandhi Government Arts College, Mahe, Union Territory of Pondicherry, India, 2)Department of Botany, University of Calicut, India
P2-12
DNA barcoding for identification of poisonous mushrooms from 187 cases of mycetism in ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Sittiporn Parnmen1), Nattakarn Nooron1), Sujitra Sikaphan1), Siriwan Leudang1), Dutsadee Polputpisatkul1), Sathaporn Ramchiun1), Chutimon Uttawichai1), Khwanruan Naksuwankul2), Achariya Rangsiruji3)
1)Toxicology Center, National Institute of Health, Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand, 2)Department of Biology, Natural Medicinal Mushroom Museum, Mahasarakham University, Thailand, 3)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
P2-13
Ligninolytic enzyme production from white-rot fungi by using oil palm decanter cake as substrate to high value add productsPDF
Speakers:
Pisit Thamvithayakorn1), Cherdchai Phosri2), Rungpetch Khaengraeng3), Anthony JS Whalley4), Nuttika Suwannasai5)
1)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand, 2)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Nakhon Phanom University, Thailand, 3)Environmental Science Programme, Faculty of Science and Technology, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, Thailand, 4)School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Science, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 5)Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
P2-14
Phylogeny and taxonomy of Ceriporia and other related taxaPDF
Speakers:
Che-Chih Chen1), Chi-Yu Chen1), Young Woon Lim2), Sheng-Hua Wu1,3)
1)Department of Plant Pathology, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 2)School of Biological Sciences and Institute of Microbiology, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 3)Department of Biology, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan
P2-15
Unveiling of sequestrate bolete genus Rossbeevera in ChinaPDF
Speakers:
Md. Iqbal Hosen, Tai-Hui Li
State Key Laboratory of Applied Microbiology Southern China, Guangdong Institute of Microbiology, China
P2-16
Taxonomic reexamination of Auricularia specimens deposited in the National Museum of Nature and Science, JapanPDF
Speakers:
Mami Kusamoto, Takashi Shirouzu
Graduate School of Bioresouses, Mie University, Japan
P2-17
Macro-fungal diversity of SingaporePDF
Speaker:
Serena M.L. Lee
Singapore Herbarium, Singapore
P2-18
Relationship between radioactive cesium concentration of mycorrhizal mushrooms and exchangeable bases concentration on the soilPDF
Speakers:
Narimi Suzuki1), Masabumi Komatsu2), Yuko Ota1)
1)College of Bioresource Science, Nihon University, Japan, 2)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P2-19
Taxonomy and Phylogeny of Marasmius (Basidiomycota, Agaricales) Section Marasmius from North Eastern ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Nopparat Wannathes1), Nakarin Suwannarach2,3), Jaturong Kumla2,3), Saisamorn Lumyong2,3,4)
1)Faculty of Science and Technology, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, Thailand, 2)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 3)Center of Excellence in Microbial Diversity and Sustainable Utilization, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 4)Academy of Science, Thai Royal Society of Thailand, Thailand
P2-20
Construction of a model system to analyze the decomposition process of bamboo culm adopting mushrooms in AgaricomycotinaPDF
Speakers:
Takehiro Ochi1), Tatsuya Fukuda1,2), Akira Suzuki2)
1)Graduate School of Environment and Information Studies, Tokyo City University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Knowledge Engineering, Tokyo City University, Japan
P2-21
Russula omiensis sensu lato comprises at least four species!PDF
Speakers:
Yoshito Shimono1), Taiga Kasuya2)
1)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University. Japan, 2)Department of Biology, Keio University, Japan
P2-22
Three new species and one new record of spinose Mycena (sections Longisetae and Spinosae) from TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Chiung-Chih Chang1,3), Wen-Neng Chou2), Chi-Yu Chen3), Hsiao-Wei Kao4)
1)Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 2)Department of Biology, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan, 3)Department of Plant Pathology, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 4)Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
P2-23
Unexpected cryptic species diversity of undescribed, white sequestrate Russula spp. (“Koishi-take") found from JapanPDF
Speaker:
Takamichi Orihara
Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History, Japan
P2-24
Biodiversity and Taxonomy of the Russulaceae in Northeastern ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Wittayothin Yingkunchao1,2), Nattawut Rungjindamai1), Phongsawat Khamsuntorn2), Sujinda Sommai2), Satinee Suetrong2), Umpawa Pinruan2), Sayanh Somrithipol2)
1)Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand, 2)National Center for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (BIOTEC), Thailand
P2-25
Damage of urban living trees by wood decay fungi in Gangwon Province, KoreaPDF
Speakers:
HeeSuk Lee, DaeHo Kim, JongKyu Lee
Tree Pathology and Mycology Laboratory, Division of Forest Science, Kangwon National University, Korea
P2-26
Macrolepiota in Korea: New records and new speciesPDF
Speakers:
Ki Hyeong Park1), Hae Jin Cho1,3), Changmu Kim2), Shinnam Yoo1), Young Woon Lim1)
1)School of Biological Sciences and Institute of Microbiology, Seoul National University, South Korea, 2)Microorganism Resources Division, National Institute of Biological Resources, South Korea, 3)Forest Plant Industry Department, Baekdudaegan National Arboretum, South Korea
P2-27
Luminescence properties of ‘non-luminous' mushrooms by the treatment of hispidin, a luciferin precursorPDF
Speakers:
Masashi Naito1), Yuichi Oba1,2)
1)Graduate School of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Chubu University, Japan, 2)Department of Environmental Biology, Chubu University, Japan
P2-28
Patterns of genome evolution underlying differential wood-decay mechanisms in PolyporalesPDF
Speakers:
Mate Viragh1), Zsolt Meren1), Balazs Balint1), Hayat Hage2), Shingo Miyauchi3), Anne Favel4), Otto Miettinen5), Igor V. Grigoriev1), Marie-Noelle Rosso2), Francis Martin3), Laszlo G. Nagy1)
1)HAS, Biological Research Centre, Szeged, Institute of Biochemistry, Hungary, 2)INRA, Aix-Marseille Univ, UMR1163, Biodiversite et Biotechnologie Fongiques, BBF, France, 3)INRA, University of Lorraine, Laboratory of Excellence Advanced Research on the Biology of Tree and Forest Ecosystems (ARBRE), UMR 1136, France, 4)INRA, University of Lorraine, Laboratory of Excellence Advanced Research on the Biology of Tree and Forest Ecosystems (ARBRE), UMR 1136, France, 5)Botanical Museum, University of Helsinki, Finland
P2-29
Diversity of lethal, whitish amanitas in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Taiga Kasuya1,2), Moe Yokose2), Kentaro Hosaka3)
1)Keio University, Japan, 2)Chiba Institute of Science, Japan, 3)National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
P2-30
Note of Five Unrecorded Mushrooms containing three rare species from Juwangsan in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Sun Lul Kwon1), Seokyoon Jang1), Young Mok Heo1), Changmu Kim2), Jae-Jin Kim1)
1)Division of Environmental Science & Ecological Engineering, College of Life Science & Biotechnology, Korea University, Korea, 2)Microorganism Resources Division, National Institute of Biological Resources, Korea
P2-31
Delimitation of cryptic species within Hypholoma fasciculare complex based on parallel MiSeq sequencing of mitochondrial and nuclear lociPDF
Speakers:
Hirotoshi Sato1), Ryoma Ohta2), Noriaki Murakami2)
1)Kyoto University, Japan, 2)Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
P2-32
Calcium signaling and stress tolerance in the model filamentous fungus Neurospora crassaPDF
Speakers:
Ranjan Tamuli, Dibakar Gohain, Avishek Roy, Ajeet Kumar, Darshana Baruah, Christy Noche K Marak, Rekha Deka, Vijya Laxmi, Ananya Barman, Ravi Kumar, Anand Tiwari, Serena Ngiimei D
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
P2-33
Tracing the natural lineages of Saccharomyces yeasts in AsiaPDF
Speakers:
Isheng Jason Tsai, Tracy J Lee, Huei-Mien Ke, Yuching Liu, Hsin-Han Lee, Wei-An Liu
Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
P2-34
Identification of the genome-wide expression patterns of small RNAs and mRNAs in monokaryotic and dikaryotic mycelia of Pleurotus eryngiiPDF
Speakers:
Junjun Shang, Dapeng Bao
Institute of Edible Fungi, Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
P2-35
The amanitin-biosynthetic pathway in Amanita, Galerina and LepiotaPDF
Speaker:
Hong Luo
Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
P2-36
Tolerance Induction of Polyhexamethylene Biguanide on Purpureocillium lilacinum StrainsPDF
Speakers:
Yikelamu Alimu1), Yoko Kusuya1), Naofumi Shigemune2), Kouichi Hosoya3), Takako Yamamoto2), Satoshi Nagai2), Hiroki Takahashi1), Takashi Yaguchi1)
1)Division of Bio-resources, Medical Mycology Research Center, Chiba University, Japan, 2)R&D-Safety Science Research, Kao Corporation, Japan, 3)R&D-Intellectual Property, Kao Corporation, Japan
P2-37
Isolation of genes differentially expressed during the fruitbody development of Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Masahide Sunagawa, Takeshi Nishimura
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P2-38
Stress responses to antifungal azoles and their regulation in Neurospora crassaPDF
Speakers:
Xianyun Sun1,2), Chengcheng Hu1,2), Xi Chen1,2), Kangji Wang1,2), Yajing Yin1,2), Wei Xue1,2), Shaojie Li1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
P2-39
Phylogenetic relationship of Microporus species in East and Southeast AsiaPDF
Speakers:
Bee Kin Thi1), Yuko Ota2), Tsutomu Hattori3)
1)Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Malaysia, 2)College of Bioresource, Nihon University, Japan, 3)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P2-40
CRISPR/Cas9-driven simultaneous gene mutations in both nuclei of dikaryotic strain of Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Fuga Yamasaki, Takehito Nakazawa, Masahiro Sakamoto, Yoichi Honda
Kyoto University, Japan
P2-41
Effects of hirA disruption on extracellular cellulase and xylanase activities and histone H3K4 dimethylation in Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Hongli Wu, Takehito Nakazawa, Ryota Morimoto, Shivani Shivani, Masahiro Sakamoto, Yoichi Honda
Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan
P2-42
Distribution and shape of organelles visualized with fluorescent proteins in the agaricomycete Pleurotus ostreatusPDF
Speakers:
Shivani Shivani, Takehito Nakazawa, Masahiro Sakamoto, Yoichi Honda
Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan
P2-43
Deletion analysis of the basidiomycete Coprinopsis cinerea cel6A promoter suggested new cellulose-responsive elementPDF
Speakers:
Dong Xuan Nguyen1,2), Takehito Nakazawa1), Masahiro Sakamoto1), Yoichi Honda1)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan, 2)Biotechnology Center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
P2-44
Comparative transcriptome analysis identified candidate genes involved in mycelium browning in Lentinula edodesPDF
Speakers:
Hwa-Yong Lee, Suyun Moon, Hojin Ryu
Department of Biology, Chungbuk National University, Korea
P2-45
The virulence factors CoNpc1 and CoNpc2 are required for intracellular sterol transport and appressorial penetration of Colletotrichum orbicularePDF
Speakers:
Sayo Kodama, Naoki Kajikawa, Fumi Fukada, Yasuyuki Kubo
Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Kyoto Prefectural University, Japan
P2-46
Development and Molecular Characterization of Novel Polymorphic Genomic DNA SSR Markers in Lentinula edodesPDF
Speakers:
Suyun Moon, Hwa-Yong Lee, Hojin Ryu
Department of Biology, Chungbuk National University, Korea
P2-47
Parasexuality in the root endophytic fungus, Glutinomyces brunneusPDF
Speakers:
Noritaka Nakamura1), Chihiro Tanaka2), Yuko Takeuchi-Kaneko2)
1)Forest Research and Management Organization, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan
P2-48
Optimization of protoplast generation and polyethylene glycol-mediated transformation of the pepper anthracnose pathogen Colletotrichum scovilleiPDF
Speakers:
Jong Hwan Shin, Hyun Hoo Park, Kyoung Su Kim
Division of Bio-Resource Sciences and BioHerb Research Institute, Kangwon National University, Korea
P2-49
Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Agaricus bisporus with Iron-responsive transcription factorPDF
Speakers:
MinSeek Kim1), Cheol-Won Yoon2), Hyeon-Su Rho1)
1)Division of Applied Life Science, Gyeongsang National University, Korea, 2)Division of Life Sciences, Korea University, Korea
P2-50
The mitogen-activated protein kinase CsPMK1 regulates development and pathogenicity of Colletotrichum scovilleiPDF
Speakers:
Teng Fu, Kyoung Su Kim
Division of Bio-Resource Sciences and BioHerb Research Institute, Kangwon National University, South Korea

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Poster Presentation 3

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 4 (Mie Pref. Lifelong Learning Center 2F) 13:30~15:00
P3-01
Taxonomic revision of OrientophilaPDF
Speakers:
Akira Hashimoto, Moriya Ohkuma
RIKEN BioResource Research Center, Japan
P3-02
Additions to the diversity of Tubeufiales fungi in ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Saranyaphat Boonmee, Kevin D. Hyde, Yong-Zhong Lu
Center of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
P3-03
Two new species of Pestalotiopsis isolated from healthy loquat flowers in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Takaki Nakashima1), Syunsuke Nozawa2), Yoshiki Takata2), Kiichi Kaneko1), Keisuke Uchikawa3), Kyoko Watanabe1,2)
1)Under Graduate School of Agriculture, Tamagawa University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Agriculture, Tamagawa University, Japan, 3)Shimabara Regional development Bureau, Japan
P3-04
Four endophytic ascomycetes new to KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Dong Jae Lee1), Jae Sung Lee1), Hyang Burm Lee2), Young-Joon Choi1)
1)Department of Biology, Kunsan National University, Korea, 2)Division of Food Technology, Biotechnology and Agrochemistry, Chonnam National University, Korea
P3-05
Study of cAMP/PKA signaling pathway in Bipolaris maydisPDF
Speakers:
Kenya Tsuji1), Satoshi Yutani1), Kosuke Izumitsu2), Takuya Sumita1), Yuki Kitade1), Chihiro Tanaka1)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Environmental Science, The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
P3-06
Cla4 PAK-like kinase regulates asexual/sexual development, pathogenicity and polarity in Bipolaris maydisPDF
Speakers:
Yuki Kitade1), Takuya Sumita1), Kosuke Izumitsu2), Chihiro Tanaka1)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Environmental Science, The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
P3-07
Biocontrol and applied extension of antifungal bacterium Burkholderia lata CAB13001 for anthracnose control on pepperPDF
Speakers:
Soo Sang Hahm, Kwang Seop Han, Byung Ryun Kim, Mi Kyung Kwon, Sun Gye Lee
Chungchengnam-do Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Korea
P3-08
Antifungal Activity of Philippine Endemic Plants Leaf Extracts on Fungal Growth and Spore Germination of Aspergillus nigerPDF
Speakers:
Melanie Martos Garcia, Maria Luisa Macalos Antao, Chloe Lynn Montilla Gotera, Rizzarttein Samblaceno, Paulyn Jane Hermoso, Russel Valencia
Davao Doctors College, Biology Program, Philippines
P3-09
Pathogenic Sordariomycetes in China: Allobotryotrichum blastospora, gen. et sp. nov. on Saccharum (Poaceae)PDF
Speakers:
Mubashar Raza1,2), Lei Cai2)
1)University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2)State Key Laboratory of Mycology, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
P3-10
Identification of an unknown Colletotrichum species found on Schima mertensiana in Bonin Islands, JapanPDF
Speakers:
Hanh Hong Truong1), Tomohiro Yamanaka2), Tsuyoshi Ono3), Hayato Masuya4), Yuuri Hirooka1)
1)Department of Clinical Plant Science, Hosei University, Koganei, Japan, 2)Niihari Breeding Station, Musashino Seed Co., Ltd., Japan, 3)Ogasawara Subtropical Branch of Tokyo Metropolitan Agriculture and Forestry Research Center, Japan, 4)Department of Forest Microbiology, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P3-11
Importance of phylogenetic maintenance of scientific names of fungi in a culture collectionPDF
Speakers:
Takayuki Aoki, Shihomi Uzuhashi, Hideki Kito, Fukuhiro Yamasaki, Miyuki Yamazaki, Hiromi Nakajima, Mamoru Satou
Genetic Resources Center, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan
P3-12
New species of the genus Gnomoniopsis isolated from Chestnut rot with notes on its life-cyclePDF
Speakers:
Ayaka Minoshima1), Takeaki Nishimura1), Toyozo Sato2), Donald M Walker3), Allison K Walker4), Atsuko Sasaki5), Yuuri Hirooka1)
1)Department of Clinical Plant Science, Hosei University, Japan, 2)Department of Agro-Food Science, Niigata Agro-Food University, Japan, 3)Department of Biology, Tennessee Technological University, USA, 4)Department of Biology, Acadia University, Canada, 5)Division of Fruit Production and Postharvest Science, Institute of Fruit Tree and Tea Science, NARO, Japan
P3-13
The first approach to taxonomical and phylogenetic properties of grapevine leaf rust (GLR) fungi in VietnamPDF
Speakers:
Izumi Okane1), Huy Duc Nguyen2), Cham Thi Mai Le3), Yoshitaka Ono4), Yuichi Yamaoka1)
1)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Faculty of Agronomy, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Vietnam, 3)Division of Microbial Biotechnology, Biotechnology Center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 4)Faculty of Education, Ibaraki University, Japan
P3-14
Re-classification of Melanopsichium inouyei producing galls on buds of Machilus spp.PDF
Speakers:
Saho Shibata1), Makoto Kakishima2,3), Yuuri Hirooka1)
1)Hosei University, Japan, 2)Beijing Forestry University, China, 3)University of Tsukuba, Japan
P3-15
Phylogeny and taxonomy of a rust fungus newly found on Lygodium in ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Katsura Ohmachi1), Izumi Okane2), Yoshitaka Ono3,4), Jintana Unartngam4), Chanjira Ayawong5), Pattama Janruang4)
1)Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 3)Faculty of Education, Ibaraki University, Japan, 4)Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University, Thailand, 5)Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand
P3-16
Foliar pathogenic fungal species associated with Allium fistulosum (Welsh onion) in Sanxing, TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Wang Chun-Hsiang1), Yen Chia-Yun1), Hiran Anjana Ariyawansa1), Tsai Yi-Chen2), Hsieh Wen-Tung2), Hung Ting-Hsuan1,3,5), Wu Meng-Ling4), Yu Pin-Hsin5)
1)Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, College of Bio-Resources and Agriculture, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2)Hualien District Agricultural Research and Extension Station, Taiwan, 3)Research Center for Plant Medicine, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 4)Division of Forest Protection, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, Taiwan, 5)Friendly Foundation, Taiwan
P3-17
Analysis of Microbial Community during Astragalus membranaceus (Hwanggi) Cultivation PeriodPDF
Speakers:
Jae Hyoung Yi, Young Moon Mo, Jung Su Jung, Jae Hee Won, Ye Ji Yoon, Gi Wook Lee
Ginseng and Medicinal Plant Research Institute, Gangwondo Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Korea
P3-18
The spatial distribution of Serpula spp. in the decayed woods of Sawara cypress and the decay development processPDF
Speakers:
Toshihiro Umebayashi, Ryusei Haraguchi, Toshihide Hirao, Toshihiro Yamada
The University of Tokyo Chichibu Forest, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P3-19
Rapid characterization of wood-decaying fungal communities using the nanopore sequencing systemPDF
Speakers:
Toshihiro Yamada, Ryusei Haraguchi, Toshihide Hirao
The University of Tokyo, Japan
P3-20
Pathogenicity and molecular diversity of Fusarium solani from different cucurbits in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Benjapon Sritongkam1), Wen-Hsin Chung1,3), Pei-Hsin Chung2)
1)Department of Plant Pathology, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan., 2)Taichung District Agricultural Research & Extension Station, Council of Agriculture Executive Yuan, Taiwan, 3)Innovation and Development Center of Sustainable Agriculture (IDCSA), Taiwan
P3-21
Characteristics of secreted in xylem (SIX) gene in Fusarium oxysporum from different cucurbits in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Wen-Hsin Chung1,2), Ching-Chen Chung1), Chao-Jen Wang1)
1)National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 2)Innovation and Development Center of Sustainable Agriculture (IDCSA), Taiwan
P3-22
Phylogenetic species and biological characteristics of mango anthracnose pathogens in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Chih-Li Wang1,3), Wei-Lun Lin1), Chung-Han Duan2)
1)Department of Plant Pathology, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 2)Pesticide Application Division, Taiwan Agricultural Chemicals and Toxic Substances Research Institute, Taiwan, 3)Innovation and Development Center of Sustainable Agriculture, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
P3-23
Distribution of mating types of Phytophthora colocasiae in JapanPDF
Speakers:
Koji Kageyama1), Wenzhuo Feng1), Ayaka Hieno1), Kayoko Otsubo1), Haruhisa Suga2)
1)River Basin Research Center, Gifu University, Japan, 2)Life Science Center, Gifu University, Japan
P3-24
Pathotype dynamics and genetic variability of Colletotrichum scovillei causing pepper anthracnose in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Zong-Ming Sheu, Ming-Hsieh Chiu, Reuy-Jean Chang, Jaw-Fen Wang, Lawrence Kenyon
World Vegetable Center, Taiwan, R.O.C
P3-25
Detection and absolute quantification of Serpula himantioides in wood of Chamaecyparis pisifera and soil of C. pisifera plantation by real-time PCRPDF
Speakers:
Ryusei Haraguchi, Toshihide Hirao, Toshihiro Yamada, Toshihiro Umebayashi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
P3-26
Rust Fungi in Chiang Mai province, ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Sukanya Haituk, Ratchadawan Cheewangkoon, Panatda Kankavee
Department of Entomology and Plant pathology, Faculty of Agriculture, Mai University, Thailand
P3-27
New Cercosporiod on Glircidia sepium from ThailandPDF
Speakers:
Nisachon Tamakaew, Patchareeya Withee, Panpraorn Phitchayawasin, Thitima Wongwan, Ratchadawan Cheewangkoon
Chiang Mai University, Thailand
P3-28
Pathogenicity of five species of Botryosphaeriaceae isolated from Tectona grandis (teak); the pathogenic potential of Lasiodiplodia speciesPDF
Speakers:
Mingkwan Doilom, Kevin D. Hyde, JianChu Xu
Kunming Institute of Botany, China
P3-29
Rapid diagnosis using specific primer for Passalora sequoiae, a needle blight disease of Japanese cedarPDF
Speakers:
Yuho Ando, Hayato Masuya
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P3-30
Wood decay fungi isolated from heart rots on Japanese larch plantation trees in Nagano, JapanPDF
Speakers:
Hiromu Hashitani1), Yuko Ota1), Tsutomu Hattori2), Kana Yamashita2), Toshihiro Yamada3), Yasuhisa Nishioka4), Kenichi Yanagisawa4), Kenichiro Toda4)
1)College of Bioresource Science, Nihon University, Japan, 2)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan, 3)The University of Tokyo Chichibu Forest, Japan, 4)Nagano Prefecture Forestry Research Center, Japan
P3-31
New disease of Sequoia sempervirens in Japan caused by the Pestalotiopsis spp.PDF
Speakers:
Kiichi Kneko1), Shunsuke Nozawa2), Yoshiki Takata2), Takaki Nakashima1), Masaru Kanda3), Kyoko Watanabe1,2)
1)Under Graduate School of Agriculture, Tamagawa University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Agriculture, Tamagawa University, Japan, 3)Green Doctors, Japan
P3-32
Phosphorescent quantum dots/ethidium bromide nanohybrids based on photoinduced electron transfer for DNA detectionPDF
Speaker:
Bi Lin
Shanxi Institute Of Medicine And Life Science, China
P3-33
Forest vegetation types reflect elevation and climatic effects on endophyte communities in TaiwanPDF
Speaker:
Yu-Ling Huang
Department of Biology, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan
P3-34
Community analysis of fungi and bacteria related to tree root decomposition in Japanese forest soilPDF
Speakers:
Nanako Ishiyama1), Sakae Horisawa1), Yoshimi Sakai2)
1)Graduated school of engineering, Kochi University of Technology, Japan, 2)Kyushu Research Center, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P3-35
Diversity of airborne microbes by air flowing into the forest area on Japanese sea sidePDF
Speakers:
Sakae Horisawa1), Yuko Itoh2)
1)Kochi University of Technology, Japan, 2)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P3-36
Does water fungal eDNA assemblage reflect surrounding terrestrial mushroom community?PDF
Speakers:
Yoriko Sugiyama1), Shunsuke Matsuoka2), Yoshito Shimono3), Masayuki Ushio4), Hideyuki Doi2)
1)Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Simulation Studies, University of Hyogo, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 4)Hakubi Center, Kyoto University, Japan
P3-37
Effectors of melanin synthesis in Auricularia polytricha albino mutant typePDF
Speakers:
Hao-yu Chen1), Wen-Hsin Chung1), Yun-Sheng Lu2)
1)Department of Plant Pathology, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, 2)Division of Plant Pathology, Taiwan Agriculture Research institute, Taiwan
P3-38
Yielding Production of Agrocybe cylindracea on Different Substrate Packing under Greenhouse with the Evaporative Cooling SystemPDF
Speakers:
Thidaporn Theunpao1), Todsaporn Thongthieng1), Supawadee Punyadee1), Sermsiri Mayteeworakoon2)
1)King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand, 2)National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Klong Luang, Thailand
P3-39
Study on bio-synthesis and enzymatic properties of xylanase by fermentation of Hypsizygus marmoreuPDF
Speakers:
Chunyan Xie1,2,3), Zhiyan Wu1,2,3), Hongzhen Guo1,2,3), Juan Du1,2,3)
1)Department of Life Science and Technology, Langfang normal university, China, 2)Technical Innovation Center for Utilization of Edible and Medicinal Fungi in Hebei Province, China, 3)Edible and Medicinal Fungi Research and Development Center of Hebei Universities, China
P3-40
Co-infection of a Novel Mycovirus and its defective RNA Detrimental to Biocontrol Properties of Trichoderma spp.PDF
Speakers:
Jiaqi You1,2), Kang Zhou1,2), Xiaolin Liu1,2), Mingde Wu1,2), Weidong Chen3), Guoqing Li1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology and Key Laboratory of Plant Pathology of Hubei Province, Huazhong Agricultural University, China, 2)The Key Laboratory of Plant Pathology of Hubei Province, Huazhong Agricultural University, China, 3)U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Washington State University, USA
P3-41
Determination of Mycotoxins Isolated from Exposed and Refrigerated Smoke-Cured Sardinella albella and Decapterus macarellusPDF
Speakers:
Rina Isabel G. David1), Patricia Mae C. De Guzman1), Arcibel Bal Bautista2)
1)Biology (Class of 2016) , Department of Biology, College of Science, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines, 2)Faculty, Department of Biology, College of Science, Polytechnic University of the Philippines

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Poster Presentation 4

Oct. 2 (Wed.) Room 4 (Mie Pref. Lifelong Learning Center 2F) 15:10~16:40
P4-01
Rediscovery of Rhizopodopsis javensis, monotypic genus of Indonesian Mucorales with taxonomically ambiguous statusPDF
Speakers:
Gayuh Rahayu1), Rudy Hermawan2), Iman Hidayat3), Yusuke Takashima4,5), Kazuhiko Narisawa4), Yousuke Degawa5)
1)Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bogor Agriculture University, Indonesia, 2)IPBCC, Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bogor Agriculture University, Indonesia, 3)Microbiology Division, Research Center for Biology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Indonesia, 4)Ibaraki University College of Agriculture, Japan, 5)Sugadaira Research Station, Mountain Science Center, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P4-02
Role of citizen scientists and local natural history museums for mycologyPDF
Speaker:
Daisuke Sakuma
Osaka Museum of Natural History, Japan
P4-03
Phylogeny and morphology of micro-fungi associated with PandanaceaePDF
Speakers:
Saowaluck Tibpromma1,2), Kevin D. Hyde1,2), Peter E. Mortimer1), Jianchu Xu1)
1)Key Laboratory for Plant Diversity and Biogeography of East Asia, Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, People's Republic of China, 2)Centre of Excellence in Fungal Research, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
P4-04
Soil microfungal functional diversity in a Mexican cloud forestPDF
Speakers:
Cinthya Gabriela Leocadio1), Patricia Velez1), Yunuen Tapia2)
1)Instituto de Biologia, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, 2)Escuela Nacional de Estudios Superiores, Campus Morelia, Mexico
P4-05
Diversity analyses of culturable endophytic fungi from 6 oak species in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Joo Hyun Yong, Dae Ho Kim, Jong Kyu Lee
Tree Pathology and Mycology Lab., Kangwon National University, Korea
P4-06
Tree functional diversity regulates the diversity of soil fungal guilds in cool temperate montane forestsPDF
Speakers:
Nobuhiko Shigyo, Toshihide Hirao
The University of Tokyo Chichibu Forest, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan
P4-07
The effect of thinning on the succession of deadwood inhabiting fungi and bacteria in a tropical forest of TaiwanPDF
Speaker:
Yu-Ting Wu
Department of Forestry, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
P4-08
Diversity of saprobic fungi on wood of Magnolia garrettii (Craib) V.S.KumarPDF
Speaker:
Rampai Kodsueb
Faculty of Science and Technology, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, Thailand
P4-09
Determination of fungal indicator taxa of the tidal flats in South Korea by metagenomic analysisPDF
Speakers:
Young Mok Heo, Hanbyul Lee, Sun-Lul Kwon, Jae-Jin Kim
Division of Environmental Science & Ecological Engineering, Korea University, Republic of Korea
P4-10
Diversity and Distribution of Lichens in Balochistan, Pakistan: an OverviewPDF
Speaker:
Abdul Nasir Khalid
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
P4-11
Exploring the transcriptome-methylome dynamics in Termitomyces eurhizusPDF
Speakers:
Yu-Chun Huang, Pao-Yang Chen
Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
P4-12
Dikaryotization seems essential for hypha formation and infection of coccid in the life-cycle of Auriculoscypha anacardiicolaPDF
Speakers:
Patinjareveettil Manimohan, Anjitha Thomas
Department of Botany, University of Calicut, India
P4-13
Comparison of fungal flora in female adults of an ambrosia beetle, Euwallacea interjectus (Scolytinae), among wild and rearing populationsPDF
Speakers:
Zi-Ru Jiang1), Hayato Masuya2), Hisashi Kajimura1)
1)Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, 2)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P4-14
The plant-growth promoting potential of the mesophilic wood-rot mushroom Pleurotus pulmonariusPDF
Speakers:
Pham Minh Tan1), Chung-Ming Huang1), Roland Kirschner2)
1)Department of Biomedical Sciences & Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan, 2)School of Forestry and Resource Conservation, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
P4-15
Rapid nursery system for ectomycorrhizal seedlings of boreal forest tree speciesPDF
Speakers:
Yutaka Tamai1), Kei Kitamura1), Seiki Gisusi2)
1)Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Japan, 2)Forest Products Research Institute, Hokkaido Research Organization, Japan
P4-16
Effects of different applications on enzymatic activity of ectomycorrhizas of Japanese black pine seedlings planted at a coastal areaPDF
Speakers:
Satoaki Yamaguchi1), Toko Tanikawa2), Keisuke Obase3), Yosuke Matsuda1)
1)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, 3)Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
P4-17
Taxonomic identity of archaea associating with fine roots of Japanese cedar in artificial forests at central JapanPDF
Speakers:
Taichiro Mine1), Kohei Kita2), Yosuke Matsuda2)
1)Faculty of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P4-18
Plasmodium behavior of the myxomycete Physarum melleum in response to its consumer Vitronura pygmaea (Collembola: Neanuridae)PDF
Speakers:
Mayuko Kataoka, Taizo Nakamori
Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University, Japan
P4-19
Endophytic Fungi Isolated from leaves of various plants in 4 Islands in KOREAPDF
Speakers:
JongChul Lee, Ahn-Heum Eom
Department of Biology Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea
P4-20
Fungal endophytes associated with roots of Calanthe discolor, an endangered native orchid in KoreaPDF
Speakers:
Sun-mi Lee, Ahn-Heum Eom
Department of Biology Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea
P4-21
New records of the Metschnikowia yeasts inhabiting in the intestines of lacewing insects from JapanPDF
Speakers:
Yuma Yoshihashi, Yousuke Degawa
Univercity of Tsukuba, Japan
P4-22
Impact of cover cropping with rotary- or no-tillage practice on the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities colonizing maize rootsPDF
Speakers:
Yuya Tatewaki1), Masao Higo2), Yoshihiro Kawamura1), Koya Nakamura1), Katsunori Isobe2)
1)Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon University, Japan, 2)College of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon University, Japan
P4-23
Mycorrhizal fungi associating with germination of mycoheterotrophic Pyrola japonicaPDF
Speakers:
Yusuke Yamaguchi1), Shosei Kawai1), Takashi Uesugi1), Manami Mori2), Yousuke Matsuda1)
1)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P4-24
Classification and functional significance of root endophytic fungi collected from Japanese cedar forests in the central JapanPDF
Speakers:
Mei Fukatsu1), Kanta Imaeda2), Yosuke Matsuda2)
1)Faculty of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan, 2)Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University, Japan
P4-25
Symbiotic culture revealed different mycorrhizal specificity among coexisting three epiphytic orchidsPDF
Speakers:
Kento Rammitsu1,2), Masaru Goto3), Yumi Yamashita4), Tomohisa Yukawa4), Yuki Ogura-Tsujita1,2)
1)United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Agriculture, Saga University, Japan, 3)Shizuoka Calanthe Society, Japan, 4)Tsukuba Botanical Garden, National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan
P4-26
Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi: from a root tip to treesPDF
Speakers:
Ren-Cheng Liu1), Ying-Hsuan Chen1), Wan-Rou Lin2), Pi-Han Wang1)
1)Department of Life Science, Tunghai University, Taiwan, 2)Bioresource Collection and Research Center (BCRC), Food Industry Research and Development Institute (FIRDI), Taiwan
P4-27
Effect of Biochar on the Growth and Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Community of Japanese Black Pine SeedlingsPDF
Speakers:
Sonoka Nanya, Yosuke matsuda
Mie University, Japan
P4-28
The genus Beauveria in TaiwanPDF
Speakers:
Sung-Yuan Hsieh, Han-Yun Li
Food Industry Research and Development Institute, Taiwan
P4-29
Potential contribution of a defective RNA segment of Fusarium boothii large flexivirus 1 on hypovirulence of the host Fusarium Head Blight fungusPDF
Speakers:
Sotaro Chiba1), Yukiyoshi Mizutani1), Abraham Adane2), Kazuma Uesaka3), Hideki Kondo2), Haruhisa Suga4), Nobuhiro Suzuki2)
1)Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, 2)Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Okayama University, Japan, 3)Center for Gene Research, Nagoya University, Japan, 4)Life Science Research Center, Gifu University, Japan
P4-30
Identification of internal ribosomal entry sites in the genome of a fungal virus conferring hypovirulence to the white root rot fungusPDF
Speakers:
Kanoko Murata1), Atif Jamal2), Hironori Kubo1), Nobuhiro Suzuki2), Sotaro Chiba1)
1)Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan, 2)Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Okayama University, Japan
P4-31
RNA virus diversity in Aspergillus species revealed by FLDS, a comprehensive non-retro RNA virus surveillance methodPDF
Speakers:
Yuto Chiba1), Takashi Yaguchi2), Syun-ichi Urayama3,4), Daisuke Hagiwara2,3,4)
1)Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2)Medical Mycology Research Center, Chiba University, Japan, 3)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 4)Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P4-32
Characterization of a botybirnavirus in the phytopathogenic fungus Leptosphaeria biglobosaPDF
Speakers:
Yue Deng1,2), Kang Zhou1,2), Mingde Wu1,2), Guoqing Li1,2)
1)State Key Laboratory of Agricultural Microbiology and Key Laboratory of Plant Pathology of Hubei Province, Huazhong Agricultural University, China, 2)The Key Laboratory of Plant Pathology of Hubei Province. Huazhong Agricultural University, China
P4-33
Quinine Production by Endophytic Cercospora spp. (Fungi, Mycosphaerellaceae) from Cinchona calisaya (Rubiaceae)PDF
Speakers:
Iman Hidayat1), Nani Radiastuti2), Izumi Okane3), Suminar Setiati Achmadi4), Gayuh Rahayu5)
1)Research Center for Biology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Indonesia, 2)Faculty of Science and Technology, State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah, Indonesia, 3)Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 4)Chemistry Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia, 5)Biology Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia
P4-34
Bioethanol production from Arundo donax as a raw material using wood rotting fungus Schizophyllum commune NBRC 4928PDF
Speakers:
Yuka Yamanaka, Akie Inoue, Sakae Horisawa
Kochi University of Technology, Japan
P4-35
Efficiency of cytotoxicity against cancer cell lines and antioxidant activity from ethyl acetate extracts of Xylaria spp.PDF
Speakers:
Niwana Wangsawat1), Cherdchai Phosri2), Rungpetch Khaengraeng3), Anthony JS Whalley4), Nuttika Suwannasai5)
1)Departrment of Biology, Faculty of Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand, 2)Departrment of Biology, Faculty of Science, Nakhon Phanom University, Thailand, 3)Environmental Science Programme, Faculty of Science and Technology, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University, Thailand, 4)School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Science, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, 5)Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
P4-36
Effect of butyl cyanoacrylate nanoparticles on manganese-dependent peroxidase production by Bjerkandera adustaPDF
Speakers:
Mizuki Kamio1), Sakae Horisawa1), Chikage Komatsu2)
1)Kochi University of Technology, Japan, 2)Chikami MIL-TEC.inc, Japan
P4-37
New Illudane-type Sesquiterpenes from the Fruiting Body of Omphalotus japonicusPDF
Speakers:
Satoki Aoki1), Takako Aboshi1,2), Yoshihito Shiono1,2), Ken-ichi Kimura1,3), Daisuke Arai4), Yoshiaki Iizuka4), Tetsuya Murayama1,2)
1)The United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Iwate University, Japan, 2)Faculty of Agriculture, Yamagata University, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Iwate University, Japan, 4)Field Science Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Yamagata University, Japan
P4-38
Cytotoxicity activity of some small molecular weight peptides from tropical lichen forming fungiPDF
Speakers:
Ek Sangvichien1), Theerapat Luangsuphabool2), Janthima Jaresitthikunchai3), Sittiruk Roytrakul3)
1)Department of Biology, Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand, 2)Biotechnology Research and Development Office, Department of Agriculture, Thailand, 3)Proteomics Research Laboratory, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency, Thailand
P4-39
Antimicrobial Activity of Fungi Isolated from Freshwater Environments against Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureusPDF
Speakers:
Hye Jin Hwang1), Buyng Su Hwang2), Hye Yeon Mun1), Jaeduk Goh1), Eu Jin Chung3)
1)Fungi Research Team, Microbial Research Department, Nakdonggang National Institute of Biological Resources, Republic of Korea, 2)Animal & Plant Utilization Team, Animal & Plant Research Department, Nakdonggang National Institute of Biological Resources, Republic of Korea, 3)Environmental Microbiology Research Team, Microbial Research Department, Nakdonggang National Institute of Biological Resources, Republic of Korea
P4-40
Search for an “unlocker" compounds from microbial secondary metabolites, which release the ability of secondary metabolites production in fungiPDF
Speakers:
Kazunari Sakai1), Mutsumi Nagoya2), Emi Arakawa3), Yoshihiro Watanabe1), Masato Iwatuki1,3), Kenichi Nonaka1,3)
1)Kitasato Institute for Life Science, Kitasato University, Japan, 2)School of Science, Kitasato University, Japan, 3)Graduate School of Infection Control Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan
P4-41
Identification of a sulfur amino acid biosynthetic gene in Cryptococcus neoformansPDF
Speakers:
Phuong Thao Nguyen, Kiminori Shimizu
Graduate School of Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
P4-42
Antiamebic compounds produced by Indonesian microbial strainsPDF
Speakers:
Mihoko Mori1), Arif Nurkanto2), Dyah Noor Hidayati3), Diana Dewi3), Kenichi Nonaka1), Atsuko Matsumoto1), Danang Waluyo3), Agung Eru Wibowo3), Kazuro Shiomi1), Tomoyoshi Nozaki2)
1)Kitasato Institute for Life Sciences, Kitasato University, Japan, 2)University of Tokyo, Japan, 3)Biotechnology Center, BPPT, PUSPIPTEK Area, Indonesia

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