凌峰论坛 Lingfeng Forum

【2017年7月4日】凌峰论坛第六十四讲:珊瑚的环境变化响应
Lingfeng Forum #64: Coral Responses to Environmental Change
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召集人:林森杰、石拓

地点:厦门大学翔安校区周隆泉楼A3-206报告厅

日期:201774日(星期二)9:30-17:30

  

时间/Time

主题/Subject

报告人/Speaker

09:30-09:35

Welcome and Introduction

Minhan Dai

Session I: Processes and mechanisms from micro to macro perspectives

Chair: Tuo Shi

09:35-10:05

Molecular mechanisms underlying corals’ response to thermal stress: the apoptotic pathway

Hagit Kvitt

10:05-10:35

Molecular mechanisms underlying corals’ response to global climate change

Dan Tchernov

10:35-11:00

Coffee Break and Group Photo

11:00-11:30

Insights into coral-Symbiodinium symbiosis and its disruption from omics perspective

Senjie Lin

11:30-12:00

High tolerance of marginal corals to environmental stress: would marginal corals be the hope for the future under global climate change?

Put Ang Jr.

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

Session II: Tools and applications for coral studies

Chair: Senjie Lin

13:30-14:00

Reef check in mainland China

Min Liu

14:00-14:30

Transcriptome profiling of Galaxea fascicularis and its endosymbiont Symbiodinium reveals chronic eutrophication tolerance pathways and metabolic mutualism between partners

Jianming Chen

14:30-15:00

Ocean acidification-simulated system and its application in studies of physiology and ecology for hermatypic corals

Xinqing Zheng

15:00-15:30

Genotyping symbiotic zooxanthellae of scleractinian corals in the northern South China Sea

Tuo Shi

15:30-15:55

Coffee Break

15:55-16:15

Comparative metabolomics and itraq proteomics analysis provide insights into thermal resilience pathway of Symbiodinium

Xin Lin

16:15-16:35

Application of light sheet fluorescence microscopy for in toto imaging of coral

Chichi Liu

16:35-16:55

The influence of high temperature on Pocillopora damicornis

Chenying Wang

16:55-17:30

Discussion and Wrap-Up

 

 

特邀嘉宾/ Invited Guests:

Dan Tchernov (University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

Put Ang Jr. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

JianmingChen (Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration)

Xinqing Zheng (Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration)