报告题目：Omics Study and Molecular Breeding of Horticultural Crops
报告嘉宾：Dr. Katsuhiro SHIRATAKE
Dr. Katsuhiro SHIRATAKE is an associate professor of the Laboratory of Horticultural Science at the Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Japan, Nagoya University
l He focuses on omics- and genome-based studies about fruit development and metabolite accumulation.
l He performs molecular breeding of tomato and floricultural crops.
l He has produced sweeter and pear shape-like tomatoes by CRISPR/Cas9 technology. He also developed a petal specific promoter and produced green flowers by GM.
l He has got prizes such as “園芸学会奨励賞” and “日本農学進歩賞”.
l He is a vice-chairman of the committee of IHC2026 Kyoto.
Shiratake et al. (2019) Petunia PLEIOTROPIC DRUG RESISTANCE 1 is a strigolactone short-distance transporter with long-distance outcomes. Plant Cell Physiology 60: 1722–1733.
Shiratake and Suzuki (2016) Omics studies of citrus, grape and rosaceae fruit trees. Breeding Science 66: 122-138.
Azuma et al. (2016) A petal-specific InMYB1 promoter from Japanese morning glory: a useful tool for molecular breeding of floricultural crops. Plant Biotechnology Journal 14: 354–363.
Reuscher et al. (2016) Quantitative proteomics based reconstruction and identification of metabolic pathways and membrane transport proteins related to sugar accumulation in developing fruits of pear (Pyrus communis). Plant Cell Physiology 57: 505–518.
Suzuki et al. (2015) Multi omics in grape berry skin revealed specific induction of stilbene synthetic pathway by UV-C irradiation. Plant Physiology 168: 47-59.
报告时间：2021年3月3日（星期三） 上午 9 : 30 — 10 : 30