FNCA

Mutation Breeding workshop

MENU
photo
- Project Review
- Introduction of the Project Leaders
- Mutation Breeding Publication Database
 
- Mutation Breeding Manual
 
- Sorghum & Soybean
- Insect Resistance in Orchid
- Disease Resistance in Banana
- Composition or Quality in Rice
 
- Papers for Project Outcome

Workshop

FNCA 2009 Mutation Breeding Project Workshop

Report of
FNCA 2009 Workshop on Mutation Breeding Project

September 21 - 24, 2009
Hangzhou, China


Following the agreement at the 10th Coordinators Meeting 2009 in Tokyo, Japan, the FNCA 2009 Workshop on Mutation Breeding took place as follows;

Outline of workshop

i) Date : September 21-24, 2009
ii) Venue : Hangzhou, China
iii) Host Organization : China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
China-IRRI Joint Research Center on Rice Quality and Nutrition (CIJRC)
China Atomic Energy Authority (CAEA)
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT)
iv) Participants : Total 16 from 9 countries, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and RCA/IAEA


The participants of the Workshop

Opening Session and Open Lecture

Mr. Jiang Renhua

The Workshop began with the opening remarks by Mr. Jiang Renhua, Deputy Director General of China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI), and also Ms Zhou Jinhong, Vice Director of International Cooperation Division, Deparment of Science and Technology, Zhejiang Provincial People's Government, delivered welcoming speech and express warm welcome to all participants. Following the main participants from China were introduced, Dr. Nakagawa gave a speech and thanked to CNRRI for its hospitality.

The open seminar was held on the first day of the workshop attended by 37 participants from universities, research institutes and members of FNCA Workshop. Seven lectures were delivered from China and Japan.

- Lecture 1:
Space Mutation for Crop Improvement in China
Dr. Liu Luxiang, Space Breeding Research Center, Institute Crop Science, CAAS
 
- Lecture 2:
Aromatic Rice Research Progress
Dr. Peisong Hu, China National Rice Research Institute
 
- Lecture 3:
Preview pf FNCA Mutation Breeding Project
Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa, Institute of Radiation Breeding, NIAS
 
- Lecture 4:
PrBetazon Lethal Mutant: Molecular Characterization and its Application in Seed Purity-maintaining of Two-line Hybrid Rice
Dr. Jumin Tu, College of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University
 
- Lecture 5:
Improving Nutrition-enhanced and Value-added Components in Rice by Induced Mutation
Dr. Dianxing Wu, Institute of Nuclear Agricultural Sciences, Zhejiang University
 
- Lecture 6:
Gene discovery from induced mutants: examples for step by step procedures
Dr. Longbiao Guo, National Key Lab of Rice Biology, CNRRI
 
- Lecture 7:
Creation and Breeding Utilization of Several Japonica Rice Mutants
Dr.Xiaoming Zhang, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences Institute of Crop and Nuclear technology Utilization
 
- Lecture 8:
Mutation Breeding of Crops through Chronic Gamma Ray Irradiation in FNCA Countries
Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa, Project Leader of Japan, NIAS

Sub-Project on "Composition or Quality in Rice"

Sub-Project on Composition or Quality in Rice was initiated in 2007 as a new Sub-Project. All member Countries participated in this Sub-Project and presented their progress reports.
The standard analysis method for amylose and protein content is Juliano (IRRI) method and Kjeldahl method, respectively. Procedure for estimation of phytic acid contents will be provided by Thailand. In mutation breeding program of aromatic rice, although the quantification of aroma should be determined, however, it is acceptable for its screening by human smelling. It is unworthy to take program for the improvement of aroma. On the other hand, it would be worthwhile to change the undesirable characteristics closely linked to aroma trait. Since the characteristics of crops are determined by genotype and environmental effects, standard check varieties are very important to draw any sound conclusion of the experimental findings.

   

Ion beam Irradiation to Rice Seeds

On the activity of Sub-Project on Composition or Quality in Rice, utilization of ion beam started in 2009. Workshop on Cooperation in Ion Beam Irradiation for Rice Breeding Program was held in Takasaki, January 19-21, 2009 hosted by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and Japan Atomic Enegy Agency (JAEA), and rice seeds from almost all member counties were irradiated with ion beams by TIARA, ion beam facility of JAEA.
Dr. Tanaka delivered lead speech and 5 countries presented their report. Several countries have already obtained survival and growth curves of ion beam effects, and identified the optimal doses for mutation induction. They will continue sensitivity tests and determination of the optimal doses for mutanization by ion beams. The next irradiation with ion beam will be carried out in February, 2010.


Dr. Rusli Bin Ibrahim
 

Sub-Project "Disease Resistance in Banana"

Sub-Project on Disease Resistance in Banana started in 2005, and it was agreed by coordinators to extend another 2 years until 2010 at the 10th Coordinator Meeting. Dr. Rusli Bin Ibrhim, Project Leader of Malaysia presented progress reports for this Sub-Project.
The protocol in relation to the breeding of disease resistance of banana such as i) induction of the mutation, ii) in vitro culture, iii) screening methods in the laboratory and nursery/greenhouse, and iv) evaluation in the hot spots, etc. will be published.
 

Sub-Project "Insect Resistance in Orchid"

Sub-Project on Insect Resistance in Orchid started in 2003, and it will be finished this year after the extntion of 2 years. Dr. Zaiton Ahmad of Malaysian Nuclear Agency, presented the final report. All participants agreed this project would be successfully terminated by the development of an ion beam induced orchid mutant line, which is tolerant to insect, and will be registered as a new variety in Malaysia.
 


Dr. Zaiton Binti Ahmad

Cooperation of FNCA and RCA/IAEA for Mutation Breeding Projects

Presentations about FNCA and RCA/IAEA were delivered and introduced from Dr. Sueo Machi, FNCACoordinator of Japan, and Dr. Liu Luxiang, TLLC of RCA/IAEA project RAS5045 respectively. They also gave suggestion about Synergy of Cooperation of FNCA and RCA for Mutation Breeding Project, and all participants discussed and agreed the three recommendation as an effective cooperation, as follows;



Dr. Liu Luxiang

Dr. Sueo Machi

(1) Mutual participation of selected experts (e.g., Project Leaders/Coordinators) in FNCA and RCA workshop is very beneficial.
(2) Improving communication or information exchange between Experts/Project Leaders in charge of FNCA and RCA in each country is important and should be strengthened.
(3) Packages of techniques on mutation screening and molecular characterization, which RCA is going to transfer to member states through training courses, should be very useful for effective implementation of FNCA project on mutation breeding of rice and banana.

Closing Session

The Minutes and Conlusion were discussed and agreed by all participants. The candidates for organizing next Workshop in 2010 are either Thailand or Bangladesh. These will be reported at the Eleventh Coordinators Meeting to be held in 2010, in Japan.

Technical visit

1. China National Rice Research Institute
Participants visited China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI) and received an explanation about the facilities from Dr. Pan Xiaofang, Program Officer for International Cooperation. The CNRRI was established in 1981, and has about 800 staffs in the 500ha site. The main mission of CNRRI is to contribute to food security, nutrition improvement, environment protection, and poverty elimination in China through rice research. After that, all participants observed the artificial climatic chamber group, gene bank, state key lab of rice biology, China-IRRI Joint Research Center on Rice Quality and Nutrition (CIJRC). Members also had a field trip about "super rice" or new developing hybrid rice demonstration in National Improvement Center of CNRRI.

Rice field Laboratory Gene Bank

2. Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Sciences, Zhejiang University
Secondly, participants visited Zhejiang University, and observed laboratories and gamma irradiation facility at Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Science (INAS), Zhejiang University. The INAS, founded in 1958, is one of the earliest institutes applying nuclear techniques to agriculture among institutions of higher learning in China. The main research sections of INAS are nuclear agricultural sciences, plant mutation genetics and breeding and applied biophysics. Also all participants visited Zijingang Campus, Zhejiang University. There were many artistic buildings such as library, teaching buildings, modern stadium in this campus.

Gamma Irradiation
Facility
Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural
Science (INAS)
Zijingang Campus


Minutes of
FNCA 2009 Workshop on Mutation Breeding Project

September 21 - 24, 2009
Hangzhou, China


1) Outline of workshop

i) Date : September 21-24, 2009
ii) Venue : Hangzhou, China
iii) Host Organization : China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
China-IRRI Joint Research Center on Rice Quality and Nutrition (CIJRC)
China Atomic Energy Authority (CAEA)
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT)
iv) Participants : Total 16 from 9 countries, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, The Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and RCA/IAEA
v) Program : Annex 1

Opening Session


Mr. Jiang Renhua, Deputy Director General of China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI), delivered welcoming remark to open the workshop officially. And Ms Zhou Jinhong, Vice Director of International Cooperation Division, Deparment of Science and Technology, Zhejiang Provincial People's Government, delivered welcoming speech and express warm welcome to all participants. Following the main participants from China were introduced, Dr. Nakagawa gave a speech and thanked to CNRRI for its hospitality and for the arrange of the workshop. Participants list of the workshop is attached as Annex 2.

Open Seminar

The open seminar was held on the first day of the workshop attended by 37 participants from universities, research institutes and members of FNCA Workshop. The summary of open seminar is attached as Annex 3.

Session 2: FNCA and RCA/IAEA Activities

Dr. Sueo Machi, FNCA Coordinator of Japan, presented the activities of FNCA. Eleven on-going projects are reviewed, and vision of FNCA and reports on the 9th Ministerial Meeting and the 10th Coordinator Meeting are also presented. Dr. Liu Luxiang, TLLC of RCA/IAEA project RAS5045 presented the background and objective. The main task was application of mutation and related techniques including gamma-rays, heavy ion beams, cosmic rays, in vitro culture, molecular marker-assisted selection, utilized in different kind of crops. Twenty four new mutant varieties were officially released by the project group during the first two years from 2007 to 2008.

Session 3: Sub-Project on "Composition or Quality in Rice"

Sub-Project on Composition or Quality in Rice was initiated in 2007 as a new Sub-Project. All member Countries participated in this Sub-Project and presented their progress reports. The summaries of the country reports are attached as Annex 4.

Discussion and Summary

It was suggested that measuring methods for each quality or composition traits should be standardized, but these discussion has already been settled in the previous meeting and conducted in the project.That is, the evaluation for the content for amylose and protein is Juliano (IRRI) method and Kjeldahl method, respectively. Evaluation method of phytic acid will be informed by Thailand. On the other hand, even though quantfitation of aroma should be defined, this trait should be determined by human senses. Furtheremore the breeding objective of mutation breeding in aromatic rice, now, is not to improve the aromatic trait but to change the undesirable characteristics closely linked to the aroma trait we will not need a complicated method. Since the characteristics of crops are determined by genotype and environmental effects,, check varieties are very important. Standard varieties, IR64 for indica rice and Koshihikari for japonica rice have already utilized as the check varieties. To evaluate the relative traits for crop breeding more precisely, many check varieties should be used to the best of our ability.
For salt tolerance, IAEA will publish a document including the protocols of screening salt tolerance in plants through the RCA project RAS5045. The results of FNCA sorghum subproject conducted FY2002-2006 exhibited that some selected plants with an in vitro method by using NaCl solution were not consistently resistant in the land with high salt concentration. Final identification of the targeted salt tolerance in the saline affected soils will be needed.

Session 4: Ion beam Irradiation to Rice Seeds

On the activity of Sub-Project on Composition or Quality in Rice, utilization of ion beam started in 2009. Workshop on Cooperation in Ion Beam Irradiation for Rice Breeding Program was held in Takasaki, January 19-21, 2009 hosted by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and Japan Atomic Enegy Agency (JAEA), and rice seeds from almost all member counties were irradiated with ion beams by TIARA, ion beam facility of JAEA.
Dr. Tanaka delivered lead speech and 5 countries presented their report. Several countries have already obtained survival and growth curves of ion beam effects, and identified the optimal doses for mutation induction. They will continue sensitivity tests and determination of the optimal doses for mutanization by ion beams. The summary of the country reports is attached as Annex 4.

Session 5: Sub-Project "Disease Resistance in Banana"

Sub-Project on Disease Resistance in Banana started in 2005, and it was agreed by coordinators to extend another 2 years until 2010 at the 10th Coordinator Meeting. Dr. Rusli Bin Ibrhim, Project Leader of Malaysia presented progress reports for this Sub-Project. The summary of the project reports are attached as Annex 4.

Session 6: Sub-Project "Insect Resistance in Orchid"

Sub-Project on Insect Resistance in Orchid started in 2003, and it will be finished this year after the extntion of 2 years. Dr. Zaiton Ahmad of Malaysian Nuclear Agency, presented the final report. The summary of the project reports are attached as Annex 4. All participants agreed this project would be successfully terminated this year.

Session 7: Cooperation of FNCA and RCA for Mutation Breeding Projects

Dr. Machi and Dr. Liu gave their presentation about Synergy of Cooperation of FNCA and RCA for Mutation Breeding Project. All countries discussed the effective cooperation of FNCA and RCA, and 3 recommendations were agreed by all participants.

Closing Session

The Minutes and Conlusion were discussed and agreed by all participants. Conclusion is attached as Annex 5. This will be reported at the Eleventh Coordinators Meeting to be held in 2010, in Japan.

2) Technical visit

1. China National Rice Research Institute
Participants visited China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI) and received an explanation about the facilities from Dr. Pan Xiaofang, Program Officer for International Cooperation. The CNRRI was established in 1981, and has about 800 staffs in the 500ha site. The main mission of CNRRI is to contribute to food security, nutrition improvement, environment protection, and poverty elimination in China through rice research. After that, all participants observed the artificial climatic chamber group, gene bank, state key lab of rice biology, China-IRRI Joint Research Center on Rice Quality and Nutrition (CIJRC). Members also had a field trip about "super rice" or new developing hybrid rice demonstration in National Improvement Center of CNRRI.

2. Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Sciences, Zhejiang University
Secondly, participants visited Zhejiang University, and observed laboratories and gamma irradiation facility at Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Science (INAS), Zhejiang University. The INAS, founded in 1958, is one of the earliest institutes applying nuclear techniques to agriculture among institutions of higher learning in China. The main research sections of INAS are nuclear agricultural sciences, plant mutation genetics and breeding and applied biophysics. Also all participants visited Zijingang Campus, Zhejiang University. There were many artistic buildings such as library, teaching buildings, modern stadium in this campus.

3) Attachments

Annex 1: Program
Annex 2: List of Participants
Annex 3: Summary of Open Seminar
Annex 4: Session Summary
Annex 5: Conclusion


Program of
FNCA 2009 Workshop on Mutation Breeding Project

September 21 - 24, 2009
Hangzhou, China



Day 1: Mon., 21st September
Opening Session
Chair: China
09:00 - 09:30 Registration
09:30 - 10:00 Welcome remarks
Mr. Renhua Jiang,
   Deputy Director of China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
Ms. Jinghong Zhou,
   Head of International Cooperation Division Science and Technology
   Department of Zhejiang Province
Opening address
Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa,
   Project Leader of Japan, Institute of Radiation Breeding (IRB), National
   Institute of Agro-biological
10:00 - 10:30 Group Photo & Break
Session 1: Open Seminar
Chair: China
10:30 - 11:00 Special Lecture 1:
Space Mutagenesis for Crop Improvement in China

Dr. Luxiang Liu,
   Space Breeding Research Center Institute of Crop Science,Chinese
   Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS)
11:00 - 11:30 Special Lecture 2: Aromatic Rice Research Progress
Dr. Peisong Hu, China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
11:30 - 12:00 Special Lecture 3: Preview of FNCA Mutation Breeding Project
Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa, Project Leader of Japan, IRB, NIAS
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
Cont. of Session 1: Open Seminar
Chair: China
13:00 - 13:30 Special Lecture 4:
Bentazon Lethal Mutant: Molecular Characterization and its Application in Seed Purity-maintaining of Two-line Hybrid Rice

Dr. Jumin Tu,
   College of Agriculture and Biotechnology, Zhejiang University (ZU)
13:30 - 14:00 Special Lecture 5:
Improving Nutrition-enhanced and Value-added Components in Rice by Induced Mutation

Dr. Dianxing Wu,
   Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Sciences, Zhejiang University (ZU)
14:00 - 14:30 Special Lecture 6:
Gene Discovery from Induced Mutants: Examples for Step by Step Procedures

Dr. Longbiao Guo, National Key Lab of Rice Biology, CNRRI
14:30 - 15:00 Special Lecture 7:
Creation and Breeding Utilization of Several Japonica Rice Mutants

Dr. Xiaoming Zhang, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZAAS)
15:00 - 15:30 Special Lecture 8:
Mutation Breeding of Crops through Chronic Gamma Ray Irradiation in FNCA Countries

Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa, Project Leader of Japan, IRB, NIAS
15:30 - 15:45 Break
Session 2: Synergy of FNCA & RCA
Chair: Japan
15:45 - 16:10 Special Lecture 9:
Overview and Progress FNCA (Forum for Nuclear Cooperation

Dr. Sueo Machi, FNCA Coordinator of Japan
16:10 - 16:35 Special Lecture 10:
Current Progresses of the IAEA RCA Project RAS5045: Improvement of Crop Quality and Stress Tolerance for Sustainable Crop Production by Mutation Techniques and Biotechnology

Dr. Luxiang Liu, TLCC of IAEA RCA Project RAS5045, CAAS
16:35 - 17:35 Discussion

Day 2: Tue., 22nd September
Technical Visit
09:00 - 12:00 (1) China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
     CNRRI Introduction, National Key Lab, Seed Bank, Field Trip
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 17:30 (2) Zhejiang University
     Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Sciences (INAS), Zijingang Campus

Day 3: Wed., 23rd September
Session 3: Sub-Project "Composition or Quality in Rice"
Chair: Bangladesh
09:30 - 09:50 Bangladesh
Dr. Lokman Hakim, BAEC
09:50 - 10:10 China
Dr. Luo Ju, CNRRI
10:10 - 10:30 Indonesia
Dr. Sobrizal, BATAN
10:30 - 10:50 Break
10:50 - 11:10 Japan
Dr. Minoru Nishimura, NIAS
11:10 - 11:30 Korea
Dr. Si-Yong Kang, KAERI
11:30 - 11:50 Malaysia
Dr. Rusli Bin Iblahim, Nuclear Malaysia
11:50 - 13:00 Lunch
Cont. of Session3: Sub-Project "Composition or Quality in Rice"
Chair: Indonesia
13:00 - 13:20 The Philippines
Mr. Alfonso Grafia, PNRI
13:20 - 13:40 Thailand
Mr. Suniyom Taprab, DOR
13:40 - 14:00 Vietnam
Ms. Dao Thi Bang, AGI
14:00 - 15:00 Discussion
15:00 - 15:15 Break
Session 4: Ion Beam Irradiation to Rice Seeds
Chair: Japan (Dr. Tanaka)
15:15 - 15:30 Lead Speech
Dr. Atsushi Tanaka, JAEA
15:30 - 15:40 Bangladesh
Dr. Lokman Hakim, BAEC
15:40 - 15:50 Indonesia
Dr. Sobrizal, BATAN
15:50 - 16:00 Korea
Dr. Si-Yong Kang, KAERI
16:00 - 16:10 Malaysia
Dr. Rusli Bin Iblahim, Nuclear Malaysia
16:10 - 16:20 Vietnam
Ms. Dao Thi Bang, AGI
16:20 - 17:20 Discussion

Day 4: Thu., 24th September
Session 5 : Sub-Project "Disease Resistance in Banana"
Chair: Korea
09:00 - 09:30 Malaysia
Dr. Rusli Bin Iblahim, Nuclear Malaysia
09:30 - 10:30 Q&A and Discussion
10:30 - 10:45 Break
Session 6: Sub-Project "Insect Resistance in Orchid"
Chair: The Philippines
10:45 - 11:15 Malaysia
Dr. Zaiton Binti Ahmad, Nuclear Malaysia
11:15 - 12:00 Q&A and Discussion
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
Session 7: Cooperation of FNCA and RCA for Mutation Breeding Projects
Chair: Japan
13:00 - 13:10 Background of Cooperation between FNCA and RCA
Dr. Sueo Machi, FNCA Coordinator of Japan
13:10 - 13:30 Summary of RCA Future Plan of Mutation Breeding Project and Proposal of Cooperation between FNCA and RCA
Dr. Luxiang Liu, TLCC of IAEA RCA Project RAS5045, CAAS
13:30 - 14:00 Discussion and Recommendation on Future Cooperation between FNCA and RCA in the Field of Mutation Breeding
Session 8: Closing Session
Chair: China
14:00 - 14:45 Wrap-up the minites
14:45 - 15:30 Wrap-up the minites
15:30 - 16:00 Adoption of the Minutes
16:00 - 16:30 Break
16:30 - 16:45 Closing Remarks
China and Japan

List of Participants
FNCA 2009 Workshop on Mutation Breeding Project

September 21 - 24, 2009
Hangzhou, China



No.

Country

Name / Position & Organization

1 Bangladesh
(PL)
Dr. Md. Lokman Hakim
Chief Scientific Officer
Institute of Food & Radiation Biology
Atomic Energy Research Establishment
Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC)
2 China Dr. Luo Ju
Rice Breeder
China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
3 Indonesia
(PL)
Dr. Sobrizal
Plant Breeder
Center for the Application of Isotopes and Radiation Technology (PATIR)
National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN)
4 Japan
(Coordinator)
Dr. Sueo Machi
FNCA Coordinator of Japan
Takasaki Advanced Radiation Research Institute
Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)
5 Japan
(PL)
Dr. Hitoshi Nakagawa
Director
Institute of Radiation Breeding
Division of Genome and Biodiversity Research
National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS)
6 Japan Dr. Atsushi Tanaka
Principal Researcher, Unit Manager
Radiation-Applied Biology Division
Quantum Beam Science Directorate
Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)
7 Japan Dr. Minoru Nishimura
Senior Officer
Institute of Radiation Breeding
Division of Genome and Biodiversity Research
National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS)
8 Japan
(Secretariat)
Ms. Aki Koike
International Affairs and Research Department
Nuclear Safety Research Association (NSRA)
9 Korea
(PL)
Dr. Si-Yong Kang
Principal Researcher, Project Leader
Advanced Radiation Technology Institute (ARTI)
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute(KAERI)
10 Malaysia
(PL)
Dr. Rusli Bin Ibrahim
Senior Research Officer
Agrotechnology & Biosciences Division
Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia)
11 Malaysia Dr. Zaiton Bt. Ahmad
Research Officer
Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia)
12 The Philippines Mr. Alfonso O. Grafia
Senior Science Research Specialist
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute(PNRI)
13 Thailand
(PL)
Mr. Suniyom Taprab
Agricultural Scientist
Bureau of Rice Research and Development
Rice Department
Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
14 Vietnam Mrs. Dao Thi Thanh Bang
Vice Head
Department of Genetics Engineering
Institute of Agriculture Genetics (AGI)
15 Vietnam
(Observer)
Ms. Nguyen Thi Ly Anh
Director
Institute of Agro-biology
Hanoi University of Agriculture (HUA)

Local Pariticpants

No.

Name

Position & Organization

1 Mr. Renhua Jiang Deputy Director of China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
2 Ms. Jinghong Zhou Head of International Cooperation DivisionScience and Technology Department of Zhejiang Province
3 Dr. Qingyao Shu Plant Breeder and Geneticist, Plant Breeding & Genetics Section, Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA)
4 Dr. Luxiang Liu Space Breeding Research Center, Institute of Crop Science,Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences(CAAS)
5 Dr. Jumin Tu College of Agriculture and BiotechnologyZhejiang University
6 Dr. Dianxing Wu Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural SciencesZhejiang University
7 Dr. Xiaoming Zhang Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZJAAS)
8 Dr. Wenchao Yan Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZJAAS)
9 Mr. Qinglong Liu Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZJAAS)
10 Mr.Yongbin QI Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZJAAS)
11 Mr.Xin Wang Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Science (ZJAAS)
12 Dr.Guoxing Zou Lian Tang, Jangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences
13 Dr. Peisong Hu China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
14 Dr. Longbiao Guo National Key Lab of Rice Biology, CNRRI
15 Dr. Shaoqing Tang China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
16 Ms. Lihong Xie China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
17 Dr. Younan Ouyang China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
18 Dr. Xiaofang Pan China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
19 Ms. Jiayin Sun China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
20 Dr. Mingliang Chen China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
21 Mr. Zhen Wang China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)
22 Mr. Yueming Ling China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI)

page top↑

Forum for Nuclear Cooperation in Asia