Skede, LATVIA, Sep 22–26, 2014

PRINCIPAL SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS
Latvian Mycological Society Latvian Museum of Natural History Latvia University of Agriculture University
of Latvia
Latvian State Forest Research Institute
OTHER SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS
BASF - The Chemical Company

MedPro Nutraceuticals

Latvian Country Tourism Association

 


Programme

as on September 22, 2014

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Monday, September 22 

14.00 Participant arrival in Riga, Latvian Museum of Natural History (Kr.Barona Str. 4)
15.00 Departure from Riga to Mežmāja, Šķēde
18.00 Registration
19.00 Get-together party

Tuesday, September 23 

10.00 -10.30  Opening  Welcome from organizing and scientific committees
10.30 -11.30  Session 1  Co-chairs: Jurga Motiejunaite, Tiina Randlane
10.30 -10.45 Paweł Czarnota. Long-term changes in epiphytic lichen biota of Norway spruce in the Gorce MTS (Poland, Western Carpathians).
10.45 -11.00 Ivan Frolov, Jan Vondrák, Pavel Říha. Bohemian Karst as a cumulative hotspot of black-fruiting Caloplaca lichen biodiversity in Central Europe.
11.00 -11.15 Anna Mežaka, Liene Auniņa, Alfons Piterāns. Lichen distribution in heathers under different management methods in Ādaži military area.
11.15 -11.30 Dmitry E. Himelbrant, Irina S. Stepanchikova, Ekaterina S. Kuznetsova. Lichens in the Red data book of Saint Petersburg (Russia).
11.30 Short excursion
13.00 -14.00 Lunch
14.00 -15.15  Session 2  Co-chairs: Jurga Motiejunaite, Tiina Randlane
14.00 -14.15 Tiina Randlane, Andres Saag. National Red Data lists of lichenised fungi – 
a European overview.
14.15 -14.30 Polina Degtjarenko, Liis Marmor, Tiiu Tõrra, Tiina Randlane, Christoph Scheidegger. Genetic diversity of Usnea subfloridana (lichenized Ascomycota) populations in the conditions of moderate dust pollution.
14.30 -14.45 Ludmila V. Gagarina. Families Gyalectaceae and Coenogoniaceae in extra-tropical Eurasia.
14.45 -15.00 Ludmila A. Konoreva. The lichen genus Micarea Fr. in Russia.
15.10 -15.15 Kristiina Mark, Lauri Saag, Andres Saag, Tiina Randlane. Species delimitation in lichenised genus Vulpicida (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) using gene concatenation and coalescent-based species tree approaches.
15.15 -15.45 Coffee
15.45 -16.30  Session 3  Co-chairs: Gražina Adamonytė, Lelde Grantiņa-Ieviņa
15.45 -16.00 Irina Ju. Kirtsideli. Soil microfungi from high latitudes.
16.00 -16.15 Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Gražina Adamonytė, Mindaugas Dagys, Reda Iršėnaitė, Tatjana Iznova, Audrius Kačergius, Jonas Kasparavičius, Ernestas Kutorga, Svetlana Markovskaja, Dalytė Matulevičiūtė, Dalia Pečiulytė, Ričardas Taraškevičius. Fungi under eutrophication: a case of great cormorant colony in pine forest.
16.15 -16.30 Sandrina A. Heleno, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira, Ana Ćirić, Jasmina Glamočlija, Anabela Martins, Maria João R.P. Queiroz, Marina Soković. Coprinopsis atramentaria extract, organic acids and synthesized methylated derivatives as antibacterial and antifungal agents.
16.30 -17.30   Poster Session
16.30 Yuli Shatz (MedPro Nutraceuticals). Phallus impudicus properties and its use.
18.00 Dinner

Wednesday, September 24 

08.30 -09.00 Breakfast
09.00 -13.00 Field trip
13.00 -14.00 Lunch
14.00 -16.00  Session 4  Co-chairs: Ieva Druva-Lūsīte, Rossitza Rodeva
14.00 -14.15 Rasa Buožytė, Gražina Adamonytė, Reda Iršėnaitė, Jonas Kasparavičius, Elena Klyukina, Ernestas Kutorga, Svetlana Markovskaja, Jurga Motiejūnaitė. The experiment of nitrogen addition and artificial drought in scots pine stand: an effect on fungal communities
14.15 -14.30 Leho Tedersoo and The Fungal Macroecology Consortium. Global Biodiversity of Soil Fungi and the Potential Effect of Climate Change
14.30 -14.45 Ieva Druva-Lūsīte, Daina Feldmane, Valentīna Pole, Imants Missa, Edgars Rubauskis. Seasonal activity of arbuscular mycorrhiza into sour cherries (Prunus mahaleb) roots.
14.45 -15.00 S. Deshaware, O. Pastinen, H. Ojamo, Salem Shamekh. Truffle growth and cultivation: media optimization and investigation of biomolecules.
15.00 -15.15 Rossitza Rodeva, Z. Stoyanova, S. Nedyalkova. Davidiella tassiana as 
a component of leaf spotting disease complex on durum wheat.
15.15 -15.30 Julija Volkova, Lelde Grantina-Ievina. Identification of main causal agents 
of apple rot before harvest and during storage.
15.30 -15.45 Lauma Brūna, Kristīne Kenigsvalde, Astra Zaļuma, Kari Korhonen, Tālis Gaitnieks. Testing different tree species for susceptibility to Heterobasidion annosum in Latvia.
15.45 -16.00 Anna Żółciak, Justyna Bohacz. Secretion of peroxidases and lactase by some Heterobasidion spp. strains.
16.00 -16.30 Coffee
16.30 -17.30   Poster Session
16.30 Christina Wedén, Gérard Chevalier, Anders Backlund. Cultivation of black truffles in Sweden – the first fruit body production results of Tuber melanosporum and T. aestivum north of France
18.00 -19.00 Dinner
19.00 Laboratory

Thursday, September 25 

08.30 -09.00 Breakfast
09.00 -17.30 Field trip and lunch in forest
18.00 Symposium dinner

Friday, September 26 

Departure to Riga
Excursion on the way back

Programme of Poster Session 1 

Anna-Liisa Ylisirniö. Can retention trees and patches lifeboat lichen species in managed forests? Examples from Nordic countries.

Svetlana Abdulmanova. Growth rate of shrub-fruticose Cladonia lichens in west Siberia: climatic, habitat, and disturbance factors.

Sergey V. Chesnokov, Ludmila A. Konoreva. The lichens of Stanovoye Highlands.

Edit Farkas, Nora Varga. Lichenicolous fungi living on Pertusaria lactea (Lichenised Ascomycetes) in Hungary.

Marja-Liisa Kämärä, Ede Leppik, Inga Jüriado. Terricolous lichen species diversity 
in sand dunes influenced by disturbances and environmental factors.

Jüri Martin, Ljudmilla Martin. Environment related lichen–tree species association.

Dariusz Kubiak. The impact of pine introduction on lichen species diversity in forests of Poland.

Vilma Kuodytė, Ingrida Prigodina Lukošienė, Jurga Motiejūnaitė. Lichens on anthropogenic substrata in old cemeteries in Lithuania.

Gulnara M. Tagirdzhanova, Irina S. Stepanchikova. Epiphytic lichens on aspen in two protected areas in North-Western European Russia.

Irina S. Stepanchikova, Dmitrij E. Himelbrant. The lichens of Uzon volcano (Kamchatka, Russia).

Anna G. Fedosova, Eugene S. Popov. Preliminary data on the species diversity 
of Geoglossum Pers. (Geoglossomycetes, Ascomycota) in the Northwestern federal district of Russia.

Yulia V. Gerasimova. Preliminary data on the genera Bacidia and Bacidina of Russia and adjacent areas.

Ave Suija, Merje Schmeimann. Aquatic lichens and their lichenicolous fungi in Estonia.

Reda Iršėnaitė, Tatjana Iznova, Jonas Kasparavičius, Ernestas Kutorga, Svetlana Markovskaja, Ričardas Taraškevičius. Wood-inhabiting fungi in scots pine forest affected by great cormorant colony.

Audrius Kačergius, Jonas Kasparavičius, Reda Iršėnaitė, Gražina Adamonytė, Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Ričardas Taraškevičius. Edge effect of expanding great cormorant colony on forest mycorrhizal fungi.

Andrei Tsurykau, Volha Khramchankova. Distribution of Hypogymnia physodes in pine forests: a preliminary data from the South-Eastern Belarus.

Ernestas Kutorga, Sigitas Juzėnas, Evelina Gorbikova. Habitats and conservation
of endangered fungus Sarcosoma globosum in Lithuania.

Jonė Rukšėnienė, Tatjana Iznova. Distribution of Pyrenomycetes in Lithuania according to the data of Vilnius University herbarium.

Ineta Dāniele, Edgars Vimba. Macroscopic fungi in Skede beech forest.

 Programme of Poster Session 2 

Jūratė Lynikienė, Artūras Gedminas, Aistė Bagdžiūnaitė, Adas Marčiulynas, Audrius Menkis. Syricid woodwasps and their symbiosis with vectored tree pathogenic fungi.

Aistė Bagdžiūnaitė, Artūras Gedminas, Jūratė Lynikienė, Algimantas Žiogas, Adas Marčiulynas, Audrius Menkis. Fungi associated with the horse chestnut leaf-miner (Cameraria ohridella).

Jūratė Lynikienė, Artūras Gedminas, Aistė Bagdžiūnaitė, Adas Marčiulynas, Audrius Menkis. Impact of spruce bud scale (Physokermes piceae Schrank.) and vectored mycobiota on health of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) in Lithuania.

Jolanta Rimšaitė. Investigation of fungus gnats (Diptera: Mycetophilidae, bolitophilidae, Keroplatidae) in great cormorant colony in Curonian Spit.

Eveli Otsing, Leho Tedersoo. Succession of ectomycorrhizal fungi and persistence of Tuber melanosporum in inoculated Quercus robur seedlings in North Europe.

Ieva Druva-Lūsīte, Dace Kļaviņa. Mycorrhiza activity in lady-slipper orchid (Cypripedium calceolus) roots.

Ligita Liepina, Ina Alsina, Laila Dubova. Effects of arbuscular mycorrhiza on the selected onion cultivars under ecogardening conditions.

Dārta Kļaviņa, Taina Pennanen, Tālis Gaitnieks, Andis Lazdiņš, Audrius Menkis. Ectomycorrhizal and other root asociated fungi on Norway spruce in declining Norway spruce stands in Latvia.

Jūratė Repečkienė, Jurgita Švedienė, Algimantas Paškevičius, Rūta Tekorienė, Vita Raudonienė, Eglė Gudeliūnaitė, Pranas Baltrėnas, Alvydas Zagorskis, Antonas Misevičius. Fungi, yeasts and bacteria in plate-type air treatment biofilter during filtration of volatile compounds.

Alvydas Zagorskis, Antonas Misevičius. Fungi, yeasts and bacteria in plate-type air treatment biofilter during filtration of volatile compounds.

Jurgita Švedienė, Vita Raudonienė, Jūratė Repečkienė, Algimantas Paškevičius, Rūta Tekorienė, Eglė Gudeliūnaitė, Edita Baltrėnaitė. The change of microorganisms quantity in biofilter with pine biocarbon.

Svetlana Markovskaja, Vitalij Novickij, Audrius Grainys, Jurij Novickij. Susceptibility 
of water molds to high intensity magnetic field treatment.

Ângela Fernandes, Amilcar L. Antonio, João C.M. Barreira, M. Beatriz P.P. Oliveira, Anabela Martins, Isabel C.F.R. Ferreira. Gamma irradiation preserves the nutritional profile of wild Boletus edulis Bull.:FR.

Triin Varvas, Kertu Kais. Fungal endophytes from leaves of three ericaceous plants in Estonia.

Lauma Brūna, Natālija Arhipova, Tālis Gaitnieks. Species richness of wood-inhabiting fungi on logs and stumps of Norway spruce infected by Heterobasidion parviporum.

Astra Zaļuma, Lauma Brūna, Tālis Gaitnieks. Distribution of Heterobasidion spp. and Armillaria spp. in young pine forest stands in Latvia, one-year observations.

Jūratė Ramanauskienė, Irena Gaurilčikienė, Rūta Česnulevičienė. Effects of eyespot severity on the productivity of winter wheat.

Biruta Bankina, Gunita Bimšteine, Antons Ruža, Ingrīda Neusa-Luca, Ance Roga, Dāvids Fridmanis. Oculimacula spp. – important pathogen of wheat crown rot.

Karina Stumbriene, Skaidre Suproniene, Povilas Svegzda, Simonas Sakalauskas. Changes in Fusarium spp. species composition from Lithuanian wheat in year 2005-2013.

Olga Treikale, Zane Vigule, Brigita Javoiša, Jeļena Pugačova. The pathogenic mycoflora of cereals in Latvia 

Jeļena Pugačova, Brigita Javoiša, Olga Treikale. Control of Lophodermium seditiosum on Pinus sylvestris seedlings in Latvian forest nursery.

Jūlija Volkova. The fungal flora on cultivated highbush blueberries in Latvia differs from what is found on native Vaccinium species.

Inga Moročko-Bičevska, Jamshid Fatehi, Olga Sokolova. Diversity of Diaporthalean fungi on Rubus and Fragaria hosts.

Olga Sokolova, Inga Moročko-Bičevska, Jamshid Fatehi. Diversity of pear pathogen Venturia pyrina.

 

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