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Thursday, 18 November 2010 19:11

Workshop | Hamburg | September 2010

First Biosafety Workshop "15 years Tree Biosafety Research in Germany" Sept 9, 2010, Hamburg, Germany

COST Action FP0905 "Biosafety of forest transgenic trees: improving the scientific basis for sale tree developement and implementation of EU policy directives"

Programme

Summary

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Thursday, 09 September 2010 12:56

Programme of the First Biosafety Workshop

Programme of the
First Biosafety Workshop
"15 years Tree Biosafety Research in Germany"
Sept 9, 2010
COST Action FP0905 "Biosafety of forest transgenic trees: improving the scientific basis for sale tree developement and implementation of EU policy directives
at the vTI in Hamburg-Bergedorf
Chair: Cristina Vettori CNR, Plant Genetics Institute, Florence
13.30-13.45 Matthias Fladung Short Introduction to the biosafety workshop
13.45-14.15 Hans Honicka Biosafety research on genetic containment of forest trees
14.15-14.45 Ronald Bialozyt

Gene Flow in poplar -experiments, analysis and modelling to prevent transgene outcrossing

14.45-15.15 Uwe Nehls Horizontal gene transfer from trees to ectomycorrhizal fungi: lessons from laboratory and host plant liberation experiments
15.15-15.45 Coffee Break
15.45-16.15 Axel Hinze Recombinases and their applications in biotecnology
16.15-16.45 Matthias Fladung Transgene stability in forest trees
16.45-17.15 Heike Mikschofsky Quo Vadis Biosicherheit (Quo Vadis Biosafety)
17.15-17.45 Klaus Minol GMO-Safety.eu - Communication of biosafety research on GMO plants
Published in Workshop
Friday, 18 June 2010 21:39

Vice-Chair of Action

Matthias Fladung, PhD, Associate Prof.

Nationality: German

Date of birth : May 24, 1958

Cristina Vettori, Chair of Action FP0905

 

Participation in COST Action FP0905: Vice-Chair of Action

 

Contact data:

 

Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute (vTI)

Institute of Forest Genetics

Sieker Landstr. 2

D-22927 Grosshansdorf

 

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Phone: +49-4102-696107

Fax: +49-4102-696200

 

Personal webpage

 

Institute web page: http://www.vti.bund.de/en/institutes/fg/

 

 

Research area and species :

 

Gene technology and biosafety research in transgenic trees

Genome analysis

Functional genomics

Establishment of genetic maps

Development of molecular markers

Populus

Fagus

Picea

Quercus

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Present position

2010, Senior researcher,  Vice Head of Institute)

Education/Professional Career

Year

Position/Fellowship etc.

1977-1983

Study of Biology in Konstanz and Kiel, Germany

1983

Diploma degree

1984-1987

PhD-thesis at MPI Plant Breeding, Cologne, Germany

1987

PhD-degree

1988-1993

Post-doc at MPI Plant Breeding, Cologne, Germany

1990-1993

Several scientific visits at „Instituto Sperimentale per la Cerealicoltura, Bergamo, Italy

Since 1993

vTI, Institute of Forest Genetics, Großhansdorf

 

 

Others

Year

Responsible for..., or member of etc..







Research Projects (relevant to Action)

1993-1996

EU-project « Stability and expression of foreign genes in Populus”

1997-2000

National project ”Stability of foreign genes in transgenic aspen under field conditions

1996-2001

1. field release experiment  with transgenic aspen

2000-2003

2. field release experiment  with transgenic aspen

2001-2005

Coordinator of cooperative joint project on “Tree biosafety” and national project on “Induction of sterility in transgenic aspen”

2004-2006

2 national projects “Expression and stability of foreign genes” and “Modelling of gene flow”

2008-2011

National project “Confinement studies and sterility issues in transgenic aspen”

Selected Publications and Communications (relevant to Action)

Walter, C., Fladung, M., Boerjan, W. (in press) The 20-year environmental safety record of GM trees. Nature Biotechnology, in press.

Fladung, M., Becker D. (2010) Targeted integration and removal of transgenes in hybrid aspen (Populus tremula L. x P. tremuloides Michx.) using site-specific recombination systems. Plant Biology 12, 334-340.

Fladung, M., Schenk, T.M.H., Polak, O., and Becker D. (2010) Elimination of marker genes and targeted integration via FLP/FRT-recombination system from yeast in hybrid aspen (Populus tremula L. x P. tremuloides Michx.). Tree Genes Genomes 6(2), 205-217. DOI 10.1007/s11295-009-0241-x

Flachowsky, H., Hanke, M.-V., Peil, A., Strauss, S.H., Fladung M. (2009) A review on transgenic approaches to accelerate breeding of woody plants. Plant Breeding 128, 217-226.

Hönicka, H., Nowitzki O., Hanelt D., Fladung, M. (2008) Heterologous overexpression of the birch FRUITFULL-like MADS-box gene BpMADS4 prevents normal senescence and winter dormancy in Populus tremula L. Planta 227, 1001–1011

Dünisch, O., Funada, R., Nakaba, S., Fladung M. (2006) Influence of overexpression of a gibberellin 20-oxidase gene on the kinetics of xylem cell development in hybrid poplar (Populus tremula L. x P. tremuloides Michx.). Holzforschung 60, 608-617.

Hoenicka H, Fladung M (2006) Faster evaluation of sterility strategies in transgenic early flowering poplar. Silva Genetica 55, 241-292.

Hönicka, H., Fladung, M. (2006) Biosafety in Populus spp. and other forest trees: from non-native species to taxa derived from traditional breeding and genetic engineering. Trees 20, 131-144.

Fladung, M., Nowitzki, O., Kumar S., Hoenicka, H. (2005) The site-specific recombination systems Cre-lox and FLP-FRT are functionally active in poplar. Forest Genetics 12(2):121-130.

Kaldorf, M., Renker, C., Fladung, M., Buscot, F. (2004) Characterization and Spatial Distribution of Ectomycorrhizas Colonizing Aspen Clones Released in an Experimental Field. Mycorrhiza 14, 295-306.

Kumar, S., Fladung, M. (2002) Transgene integration in aspen: structures of integration sites and mechanism of T-DNA integration. Plant J. 31, 543-551.

Kumar, S., Fladung, M. (2001) Gene stability in transgenic aspen (Populus). II. Molecular characterization of variable expression of transgene in wild and hybrid aspen. Planta 213, 731-740.

Fladung, M. (1999) Gene stability in transgenic aspen-Populus. I. Flanking DNA sequences and T-DNA structure. Mol. Gen. Genet. 260, 574-581.

 

 


RESEARCH INSTITUTE (Max 1 page)

 

Description

http://www.vti.bund.de/en/institutes/fg/

Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut, Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries, Institute of Forest Genetics

The Institute carries out research on genetics of indigenous and exotic tree and shrub species. The studies help to elaborate recommendations for national and international laws, conventions and strategies in the area of forest reproductive material, biological diversity, control of origin for timber and forest reproductive material, conservation of forest genetic resources, genetic engineering, adaptation to climate change and optimisation of biomass production.

Fields of research:

 

Infrastructure

·         Tissue culture laboratories and cultivation rooms

·         Microscopy room

·         S1-laboratories and cultivation rooms

·         Laboratories for genetic analyses

·         Arboretum

·         Field trials

·         Greenhouses

Thursday, 17 June 2010 17:24

Events

Past event

 

Kick-off Meeting

April 12-13, 2010

Brussels, Belgium

 


Joint MC2 and WGs meeting

September 8-9, 2010

Hamburg, Germany



 

Biosafety workshop

September 9, 2010

Hamburg, Germany

 

Upcoming WGs meeting

March 9-10, 2011

Malaga, Spain

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