国立科学博物館 国際シンポジウム2009
National Museum of Nature and Science International Symposium 2009

Origin of Biodiversity by Biological Interactions


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Origin of Biodiversity by biological interactions

November 21st (Sat) - 23rd (Mon), 2009


The relationships between biodiversity and biological interactions of, e.g., plants (sensu lato, including algae)-animals, plants-fungi, fungi-animals, and plants-plants, are increasingly receiving attraction from biologists of many different research fields. This growing field is a frontier in biodiversity research and provides new insights into understanding of the real nature of biodiversity, which has been known as species biodiversity, ecological biodiversity, genetic biodiversity, and so on. We hope that this symposium is a good opportunity for participants to communicate different aspects of biodiversity formed by biological interactions and, in particular, for young Japanese biologists including graduate students to learn influential presentations by world's top-level biologists.

独立行政法人 国立科学博物館


■1日目 【11月21日(土)】 プレシンポジウム(一般向け), 13:00-15:00


時 間 演 者 所 属 タイトル
13:00-13:30 田中 肇 小金井市 花は色と形をいかに使うか
13:30-14:00 川窪伸光 岐阜大学 誰がために花は咲く〜動物をあやつる信号機としての花〜
14:00-14:30 細矢 剛 国立科学博物館 菌類が動物・植物とつくる共生ネットワ−ク
14:30-15:00 並河 洋 国立科学博物館 太陽を目指して泳ぐ共生藻をもつクラゲたち

■2-3日目 【11月22日(日)−23日(月)】 国際シンポジウム


11月22日(日) Nov. 22 (Sun) 9:00-17:30, 17:30- Friendly gathering
時間 演者 所属 タイトル
9:10-9:40 Makoto Kato Kyoto University, Japan Community-level plant-pollinator interactions in Asia and Oceania.
9:40-10:10 Bruce Anderson University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Pollinator driven divergence among populations of South African plant species.
10:10-10:40 Jeff Ollerton University of Northampton, UK Why do species interact?  A test of four hypotheses using Ceropegia (Apocynaceae) as a case study.
10:40-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-11:30 Atsushi Kawakita Kyoto University, Japan Does coevolution drive diversification? Evidence from the pollination mutualism between Phyllanthaceae plants and Epicephala moths.
11:30-12:00 Yudai Okuyama National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan Speciation at a single chemical: an extensive multi-species comparison revealed a key floral volatile for pollinator isolation in Asian Mitella.
12:00-12:30 Hiroki Hata Kinki University, Japan Geographic mosaic of damselfish-alga cultivation mutualism in Indo-West Pacific.
12:30-14:10 Lunch
14:10-14:40 Hirokazu Toju Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan Long drills and thick walls in a weevil-camellia arms race.
14:40-15:10 Masaki Hoso Tohoku University, Japan Right-Handed Snakes and Left-Handed Snails: Asynchronous Coevolution Drives Single-Gene Speciation.
15:10-15:40 Charles Davis Harvard University, USA Horizontal gene transfer and the humble origins of the world's largest flowers, Rafflesiaceae.
15:40-16:00 Tea Break
16:00-16:30 Isao Inouye Tsukuba University, Japan Secondary endosymbioses as driving force of diversification of algae.
16:30-17:00 Yoshihito Ohmura National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan Lichens: evolutionary relationship between lichenized fungi and algae.
17:00-17:30 Susumu Takamatsu Mie University, Japan Evolutionary relationships between powdery mildew fungi, obligate biotroph of plants, and their host plants.
17:30- Friendly gathering at symposium venue (Ordinary fees \2,000; Student fees \1,000)
11月23日(月) Nov. 23 (Mon) 9:00-12:30
時間 演者 所属 タイトル
9:00-9:30 Gregory Mueller Chicago Botanic Garden, USA Fungal diversity and Distribution: Challenges for Evolutionary Biologists and Conservation Scientists.
9:30-10:00 Dirk Redecker University of Bourgogne, France The evolutionary history of arbuscular mycorrhiza.
10:00-10:30 Marc-André Selosse Université Montpellier II, Centre d'Ecologie, France Common mycorrhizal networks, a way for some plant to obtain carbon? Fungi that feed plants.
10:30-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-11:30 Sung-Oui Suh American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), USA Gut yeasts in insects: biodiversity and application.
11:30-12:00 Kenji Matsuura Okayama University, Japan The evolution of termite-egg mimicry by cuckoo fungi.
12:00-12:30 Cameron R. Currie University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Symbiosis as a driving force in shaping biodiversity and complexity: exploring ancient agriculture in ants.


■以下の内容をE-mail (biodiversity@kahaku.go.jp)またはFax(029-853-8998)にてお送り下さい.



1. 参加形態(  )※3つからお選び下さい。
 A プレシンポジウムとシンポジウム
 B プレシンポジウムのみ
 C シンポジウムのみ

2.懇親会(  )※2つからお選び下さい(参加費 一般2,000円; 学生1,000円)
 A 参加する
 B 参加しない



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