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Symposium international sur le nématode du pin, un organisme invasif qui menace les pins en France et en Europe

Schedule

The International Symposium IUFRO on Pine Wilt Disease

PWD2020-program website_v02.pdf
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Speaker Title Session
     
Monday 22 November 08:30 to 11:00  UTC + 01:00 (China time UTC + 08:00, Japan and Korea times UTC + 09:00)
Christelle ROBINET IUFRO presentation and start of this symposium  
     
Etsuko SHODA-KAGAYA Pine wilt disease and its vectors spread in Tohoku, Japan -progress over fourteen years

Situation of the pine wood nematode

Katsunori NAKAMURA-MATORI What regulates the temporal pattern of pine wilt disease incidence in a stand under cool climate conditions?
Hyerim HAN Current situation of the pine wilt disease in South Korea
Yong-Xia LI Current situation of the pine wilt disease in China
Edmundo SOUSA The pine wilt disease: 20 years of containment in Portugal and 10 of eradication in Spain
     
Tuesday 23 November 08:30 to 11:00  UTC + 01:00 (China time UTC + 08:00, Japan and Korea times UTC + 09:00)
Jean-Claude GREGOIRE Modelling the distribution of Monochamus spp. in Europe - a contribution to risk analysis

Insect vectors

Hervé Jactel Dispersal of Monochamus galloprovincialis, insect vector of the pine nematode, across heterogeneous landscapes
Christelle ROBINET Modelling the flight trajectories of Monochamus galloprovincialis  in heterogeneous landscapes
 
Géraldine ROUX From past to contemporary movements in Monochamus galloprovincialis, the European PWN vector : how molecular markers improve our understanding of dispersal from macro- to micro-evolutionary scales.
     
Haru KIRINO Molecular mimicry: the parasitic strategy of the pine wood nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus

Host trees and development of the pine wilt disease 

Raquel DIAZ Galician Pinus pinaster breeding program to control the Pinewood Nematode
     
Wednesday 24 November 08:30 to 11:00  UTC + 01:00 (China time UTC + 08:00, Japan and Korea times UTC + 09:00)
Sota OZAWA First report on isolating Bursaphelenchus nematodes from the reproductive system of Monochamus saltuarius under field conditions

Interactions 

 

Joana CARDOSO Host tree-pinewood nematode interactions: proteomic approaches
Hui SUN Microbiome of Pinus thunbergii naturally infected by nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
   
Marisa GASPAR  Impact of the pinewood nematode on naturally-emitted volatiles and scCO2 extracts from Pinus pinaster branches: a comparison with P. pinea
Claudia VICENTE Nematode-Mycobiota interactions in Pine Wilt Disease
     
WP board Meeting of the WP board and election of the new coordinator  
     
Thursday 25 November 08:30 to 11:00  UTC + 01:00 (China time UTC + 08:00, Japan and Korea times UTC + 09:00)
Sybren VOS Pest survey card on Bursaphelenchus xylophilus

Management

Luis BONIFACIO  Monitorization and control of Pinewood Nematode and Monochamus galloprovincialis populations. Constrains and innovations
Kazuyoshi FUTAI Let's control the surrounding trees together with the dead ones! 
   
Vasco MANTAS Detecting pine wilt disease using earth observation data: results from a machine-learning approach
Marian-Daniel IORDACHE Airborne remote sensing for pine wilt disease monitoring in the framework of the FOCUS project
Martin SCHROEDER A strategy for delimiting of pine wood nematode infested area under non-symptomatic conditions
     
Friday 26 November 08:30 to 11:00  UTC + 01:00 (China time UTC + 08:00, Japan and Korea times UTC + 09:00)
Nico HORN (speaker to be confirmed) EPPO activities concerning Pine Wood Nematode

Management

Lucie MICHEL Plant health survey based on risk - Focus on pine wood nematode 
Oleg KULINICH Recent research on pine wood nematode in Russia
   
Max BLAKE Pine Wilt Disease and the situation in United Kingdom
Christer MAGNUSSON Monitoring for the presence of pine wood nematode in Norway
Gunnar ISACSSON Improve the survey of PWN with training of forest workers
   

PWD2020-program website_v02.pdf
pdf - 289.53 kB