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Marine Microbiota 2019

August 28th – 30th in Oldenburg, Germany

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  • Registration closed. We are looking forward to an inspiring symposium!

 

  • SAME16 takes place subsequent to this symposium, September 1st to 6th 2019 in Potsdam, Germany

Contact

E-Mail: majlow2rbio19@iulcbm.w5qrde

Twitter: @MarBio19

Organised by: CRC Roseobacter

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon

Program

Presentation guidelines

Contributed talks will be 15min - including time for questions.

Poster size should be A0 portrait oriented (width: 84.1cm, Length:118.9cm).

Final program

28 August 2019, Wednesday

Time Subject   Speaker
14:00-16:00 Arrival, registration and poster set up    
16:00-16:15 Welcome adress and introduction   Meinhard Simon
  Session I.   Function and Diversity    
16:15-17:00 Marine Microbial Community Patterns and Interactions   Jed A. Fuhrman
17:00-17:30 From the ocean to molecular mechanisms and back – what Roseobacters have told us   Irene Wagner-Döbler
17:30 Informal get together    

 

29 August 2019, Thursday

  Session I.   Function and Diversity    
09:00-09:30 Microbial Ecology and Proteogenomics of Marine Polysaccharide Utilization by Bacteroidetes   Rudi Amann
09:30-10:30 Contributed talks    
10:30-11:00 Coffee break    
11:00-11:45 Contributed talks    
11:45-12:15 Poster Pitches    
12:15-13:15 Lunch break    
  Session II.   Chemistry and Physiology    
13:15-13:45 Cryptic Natural Products in Bacterial Monocultures and Microbial Symbioses   Mohammad Seyedsayamdost
13:45-14:45 Contributed talks    
14:45-15:15 Coffee break    
15:15-17:15 Poster session    
  Time for discussions    
       
19:00 Symposium dinner at the "alte Fleiwa"    

 

30 August 2019, Friday

  Session II.   Chemistry and Physiology    
09:00-09:30 The Role of Algal-Bacterial Interactions in Global Biogeochemical Cycles   Einat Segev
09:30-10:15 Contributed talks    
10:15-10:45 Coffee break    
10:45-11:30 Contributed talks    
11:30-12:30 Lunch break    
  Session III.   Viruses and Systems Biology    
12:30-13:00 Diverse and Novel Podoviruses Infecting Abundant Marine Roseobacter - the RCA Lineage   Yanlin Zhao
13:00-13:45 Contributed talks    
13:45-14:15 Cyclic-di-GMP-mediated Regulation of Gene Transfer in Rhodobacter capsulatus   Andrew Lang
14:15-14:45 Wrap-up and farewell   Meinhard Simon
15:00 End of the Symposium    

 

Sessions

I.     Function and Diversity

Structural and functional diversity are key features of marine microbial communities. They reflect adaptations to environmental conditions, controlling variables and biotic interactions. In this session we welcome contributions addressing questions in this context on the level of communities and pure and mixed culture model systems.

II.    Chemistry and Physiology

Microbes are the key players in the decomposition, modification and synthesis of chemical compounds and in cycling of matter in marine ecosystems. Often they act in concert with other microbial partners and carry out chemical cross-talk performing unique physiological reactions. In this session we welcome contributions addressing physiological issues and the natural product chemistry of individual mono- and mixed cultures.

III.   Viruses and Systems Biology

Viruses and phages are important players in structuring marine microbial communities due to their distinct host ranges, varying infection modes and inducing resistance in hosts. Systems Biology and Ecology aim at modelling growth and metabolic features of microbes in pure cultures and complex microbial communities. In this combined session we welcome contributions addressing question of marine phage ecology as well as Systems Biology and Ecology.

 

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