Poster Session Program is available from here

October 28, 2023 (Saturday)


Opening Remarks and Welcome Address
Noriaki Murakami (President of the Japanese Society for Plant Systematics)

Session 1 (09:10–12:00): Systematics and Evolution of Plants in East Asia (Hybrid with Zoom Meeting)

Session Moderators: Chang-Gee Jang (Kongju National University, Korea), Minoru N. Tamura (Kyoto University, Japan)

S1. Dynamics of establishment of allotetraploid fern, Phegopteris decursivepinnata (Thelypteridaceae, Polypodiales)
Tao Fujiwara (National Museum of Nature and Science, Japan)

S2. Continent-wide phylogeography and genetic local adaptation of Eurasian goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea s.l., Asteraceae)
Shota Sakaguchi (Kyoto University, Japan)

S3. Phylogenomic approaches to elucidate complex evolutionary histories of East Asian wild roses in Rosa sect. Synstylae (Rosaceae)
Ji-Hyeon Jeon (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)

10:25–10:45 Break time

S4. The phylogenomic study in Carex (Cyperaceae) and their MADS-box gene evolution based on genome data
Sangtae Kim (Sungshin Women’s University, Korea)

S5. The Sapria himalayana genome provides new insights into the lifestyle of endoparasitic plants
Xuelian Guo (Institute of Botany, CAS, China)

S6. Exploring phylogenetic backbone and deep reticulation using multi2 source genomic data: A case study of a non-model plant lineage exhibiting pervasive hybridization and allopolyploidy
Bin-Bin Liu (Institute of Botany, CAS, China)


Poster Flash (Hybrid with Zoom Meeting / Linc Biz)
First half: 13:30–14:10
Second half 14:20–15:00
Instructions for Poster Flash Presentation
Program of Poster Presentation Session

Session 2 (15:10–18:00) Plant Diversity and Phytogeography of East Asia (Hybrid with Zoom Meeting)

Session Moderators: Seung-Chul Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea), Hiroaki Setoguchi (Kyoto University, Japan)

S7. Species diversity richness redefining the phytogeographical regions of Mongolia based on the multiple data sources
Shukherdorj Baasanmunkh (Changwon National University, Korea)

S8. Organelle genome diversity in Papilionoideae (Fabaceae)
In-Su Choi (Hannam University, Korea)

S9. Comparative phylogeographic study of deciduous broad-leaved trees and their forest floor herbs in Japan
Takaya Iwasaki (Ochanomizu University, Japan)

16:25–16:45 Break time

S10. Species delimitation in Amana (Liliaceae): transcriptomes battle with evolutionary complexity
Mei-Zhen Wang (Zhejiang University, China)

S11. Genomic studies provide insights into the evolution and domestication of water caltrop (Trapa spp., Lythraceae)
Xinyi Zhang (Wuhan Botanical Garden, CAS, China)

S12. Visualize, publicize the value of herbarium specimens: from digitization to automated identification using AI
Atsuko Takano (University of Hyogo / Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Hyogo, Japan)

Welcome party (Nonohana House, Osaka Metropolitan University)

October 29, 2023 (Sunday)

Ceremony for Poster Presentation Awards (Hybrid with Zoom Meeting)

Session 3(09:30–11:55): Threatened Plants and Their Conservation (Hybrid with Zoom Meeting)

Session Moderators: Sangtae Kim (Sungshin Women’s University, Korea), Noriaki Murakami (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)

S13. ‘Unusual’ flowers and novel pollination syndromes in East Asian plants
Atsushi Kawakita (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

S14. Mitochondrial genomes of the largest mycoheterotrophic plant genus Gastrodia are characterized by extreme chromosomal copy number variation and a bizarre combination of transferred sequences
Hanchen Wang (Institute of Botany, CAS, China)

S15. Phylogenomic and population genetic insights into the evolution of Saussurea (Asteraceae) in Korea: an initial step toward unraveling its diversity and evolutionary history in East Asia
Seung-Chul Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)

Break time

S16. Conservation of threatened river-weed Podostemaceae
Satoshi Koi (Osaka Metropolitan University, Japan)

S17. Reproductive characteristics of the narrow endemic, Peucedanum miroense (Apiaceae) for its conservation biology
Jun-Ho Song (Chungbuk National University, Korea)

Excursion 1 (Botanical Gardens, Osaka Metropolitan University)
Meet time/place: 13:00 at the venue (visit OMU Botanical Gardens by bus) Dismissal time/place: 17:00 at to the venue or Tennoji Station

Botanical Gardens, Osaka Metropolitan University

October 30, 2023 (Monday)

Excursion 2 (Takedao Valley in Hyogo Prefecture)
Meet time/place: 9:30 JR Namaze Station (JR Fukuchiyama Line)
Dismissal time/place: 16:00 JR Takedao Station (JR Fukuchiyama Line)