1. Application of high-throughput technology of SNP Amplifluor markers for gene-of-Interest genotyping in bread wheat
2. Natural variations and genetic manipulations for enhanced abiotic stress resistance and yield in wheat
3. Marker-assisted selection (MAS) in the breeding of cereals
报告人：1. Dr. Yuri Shavrukov； 2. Dr. Nikolai Borisjuk ；3. Dr. Anton Stepanenko
1. Dr. Yuri Shavrukov has graduated from Novosibirsk State University (Russia) and received his PhD degree in 1991 at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk. Yuri was employed in the same Institute and he also combined his research with teaching at Novosibirsk State University. Yuri has worked at the the Hokkaido University, Japan, for 5years and then he moved to Anstralia where he has been working at the University of Adelaide and the Flinders University. His general research interest is genetics and molecular markers for abiotic stress tolerance in plants. He has more than 50 publications.
2. Dr. Nikolai Borisjuk is a new Professor at the School of Life Sciences of Huaiyin Normal University. He has graduated from the T. Shevchenko Kiev State University (Kiev, Ukraine), majoring in microbiology and received his PhD in molecular biology in 1988. In 1990, he moved to Tuebingen University in Germany as a fellow of A. von Humboldt foundation, and since then he continued working at various international research Institutions in Germany, USA and Australia. He has published more than 50 research papers devoted to plant genome structure and evolution, plant genetic engineering and stress resistance in prestigious scientific journals such as Nature Biotechnology, PNAS, Plant Physiology, New Phytologist etc. He taught molecular biology and plant genetic engineering courses and supervised undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Kiev State University, Institute of Plant Genetics (Gatersleben, Germany), Rutgers University (New Brunswick, USA), Thomas Jefferson University (Philadelphia, USA) and the University of Adelaide (Adelaide, Australia).
3. Dr. Anton Stepanenko has reveived his PhD from at the Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in 2014. He has been working at the same Institute for his postdoc before he joined Huaiyin Normal University as a faculty in April, 2017. His main research interest is in development of molecular markers related to grain quality control in barley, wheat and triticale.