"Biotechnology as a tool for preserving the biodiversity of the plant world - 2008"

The section contains articles based on the materials of the II All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference "Biotechnology as a tool for the conservation of biodiversity of the plant world" (August 19-21, 2008, Volgograd). The theoretical and applied bases of biotechnology as a tool for the conservation of the biodiversity of the plant world in six directions are considered.

Conference Resolution.

Section 1. In vitro study of plant biodiversity

  1. Goncharuk E.A., Malunova M.V., Zagoskina N.V. Study of morphophysiological and biochemical features of callus cultures of flax-flax when exposed to UV-B radiation.
  2. Kostina V.M., Zagoskina N.V. The formation of polyphenols in callus cultures of rhododendrons.
  3. Kruglova N.N., Kruglova A.E. In vitro embryoidogeny as a way to preserve the diversity of the flora.
  4. Labunskaya N.A. Using the in vitro culture method for the germination of hybrid lily seeds.
  5. Fomenko, T.I., Mazur, T.V. et al. Preservation of the collection fund of plants in an in vitro culture.
  6. Shumikhin S.A. The effect of gamma irradiation of dahlia cultivated in vitro.

Section 2. Modern methods of research and conservation of rare and endangered species

  1. Ivasenko J.V., Andronova E.V. Experiments on planting Dactylorhiza maculata s.l. (Orchidaceae) from an in vitro culture to natural conditions.
  2. Andronova Ye. V. Modern methods of research and conservation of rare and endangered orchid species in Russia.
  3. Ishmuratova M.R. Preservation of Stemmacantha serratuloides ex situ.
  4. Antipina V.A., Kolomeitseva G.L. Reproduction of rare tropical orchids in vitro.
  5. Nikishina TV, Popov A.S., Vysotskaya O.N. Preservation of rare species of Russian orchids in liquid nitrogen.
  6. Belokurova V.B. Biotechnology methods for the conservation of endangered plant species in the in vitro collection.
  7. Bystrushkin A.G. In vitro reproduction of rare and endangered endemic Ural species of the genus Eritrichium.
  8. Bychenko TM, Esik A.S. Ecological and biological features of the rare species Calypso bulbosa (Orchidaceae) in the Baikal region.
  9. Konovalova T.Yu., Shevyreva N.A. Development of effective breeding methods for fingerroot (Dactylorhiza nevski) in vitro.
  10. Mursalieva V.K., Nam S.V., Esbolaeva B. Culture of isolated germs of spruce in vitro with prickly Picea pungens.
  11. Smolenskaya I.N., Smirnova Yu.N. et al. Stability of ginsenoside synthesis in suspension culture of Panax japonicus cells (var. repens).
  12. Trofimova I.N., Fardeeva M.B., Lukyanova Yu.A. To study the flora and vegetation of the National Park "Lower Kama" on the example of Elabuga forestry.

Section 3. Creating a collection of plant cell cultures and tissues and methods for preserving the gene pool

  1. Alekseenko L.V., Belyakova L.V. and others. Possibility of restoring proliferating cultures with test-plants of strawberry (Fragaria ananassa duch) after prolonged storage in vitro.
  2. Vysotskaya ON Cryopreservation of apical meristem, isolated from rowan shoots, cultivated in vitro for a long time.
  3. Sereda MM Induction of callus formation in white water lily (Nymphaea alba).
  4. Ivannikov R.V., Lavrentyeva A.N. Collection of orchid laboratories of seed and microclonal propagation of plants of the National Botanical Gardens them. N.N. Grishko NAS of Ukraine.
  5. Kovalchuk I.Yu. Preservation of the gene pool of fruit and berry crops in Kazakhstan by means of cold storage and cryopreservation.
  6. Kozlova O.N. In vitro collection of orchids in the Central Library of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.
  7. Pimenova A.A., Andronova E.V. A collection of living plants of the genus Cypripedium and microclonal reproduction.
  8. Romadanova N.V., Vecherko N.A., Zhumabekov E.Zh. Preservation of the gene pool of apples in the in vitro collection.
  9. Sikura I.I., Belokurova V.B. et al. Ex situ-in-vitro conservation of biodiversity of various species of natural floras at the Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Section 4. Microclonal propagation of plants: scientific and practical aspects.

  1. Burlutsky V.A. On the biotechnology of haploid systems.
  2. Akhmetova A.Sh., Mironova L.N. Clonal micropropagation of Lucky strike.
  3. Zaripova A.A. Callus formation and regeneration of plants in the seed culture Paeonia anomala l.
  4. Zaderey N.S. Popov A.A. Analysis of the growth and development of plants sainfoin in vitro.
  5. Ivannikova N.S., Lavrentyeva A.N., Ivannikov R.V. Experience clonal microagrowering Aglaonema Schott (Araceae Juss.).
  6. Ivanova L.A. Substrate for the cultivation of regenerated plants with microclonal reproduction.
  7. Ivanova N.N. Features of micropropagation of flower-ornamental cultures in vitro.
  8. Knyazhentseva L.K., Kalashnikova E.A. Development of technology for clonal micropropagation of tetraploid maples.
  9. Kontsevaya I.I. The effect of the explant genotype on the proliferating and regenerative ability of birch leaves in tissue culture.
  10. Kovalchuk I.Yu., Mukhitdinova Z.R. and others. Microclonal reproduction of raspberries, as a method of preserving plant biodiversity in Kazakhstan.
  11. Krinitsyna A.A., Speranskaya A.S. Microclonal reproduction of some varieties of tree peony (Paeonia suffruticosa andrews) of Russian selection.
  12. Kutas E.N. Clonal micropropagation is an alternative way to preserve plant biodiversity.
  13. Macedonian N.V., Brel N.G. Microclonal lilac in the collection of the Central Botanical Garden of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.
  14. Muratova S.A., Yankovskaya M.B., Shornikov D.G. Genotypic features of plants during cultivation in vitro.
  15. Stepanyuk G.Ya., Khotskova L.V. Microclonal reproduction of tropical and subtropical plants in the Siberian Botanical Garden.
  16. Chumakova I.M., Vainovskaya I.F., Fomenko T.I. Gerbera (Gerbera Jamesonii Bolus) propagation in vitro culture.
  17. Churikova O.A. Some regularities of morphogenesis in vitro.

Section 5. Molecular genetic methods in the study of plant biodiversity

  1. Burlyaeva MO, Vishnyakova MA, Use of RAPD analysis to study interspecific and intraspecific polymorphism of representatives of the Eulathyrus ser. of the genus Lathyrus L.
  2. Malaeva E.V., Ryzhova N.N. et al. Molecular analysis of genomic polymorphism of species of the genus Actinidia lindl.
  3. Martirosyan E.V. Intron b / c mitochondrial nadl gene: variability in representatives of Lemnaceae.
  4. Melnikova N.V., Ganeva G.D. and others. The study of the biodiversity of land-growing varieties of durum wheat in Bulgaria.
  5. Kershanskaya O.I. Genetic transformation of wheat as an approach to increasing its biodiversity.
  6. Kochieva E.Z., Ryzhova N.N. Modern methods of genome analysis (RGA- and MADS-labeling): use to assess biodiversity and identify genotypes of genebanks and botanic gardens collections.
  7. Nikolaev A.A., Upelniyek V.P. Dynamics of diversity of gliadin-coding loci over a century-long period in spring soft wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in Western and Eastern Siberia.
  8. Antipova T.V., Skrigan E.A. and others. RAPD-analysis of common lingonberry varieties introduced in Belarus (Vaccinium vitis-idaea l.).
  9. Holda OA, Ryzhova N.N., Kochieva E.Z. Investigation of the biodiversity of Allium sativum L. and related species of the Alliaceae family: data on molecular analysis of chloroplast DNA.
  10. Filipena V.L., Pankratov VS and others. Analysis of the genetic stability of plants-regenerants of cranberry large-fruited based on RAPD and ISSR markers.
  11. Filippov E.G. Morphometric and isozyme analysis of some representatives of the Cypripedium genus in Russia.

Section 6. Information and analytical support for the study of plant genetic resources

  1. Ovchinnikov, A.B., Krylov, E.A. et al. Study of the diversity of cultivated and wild potato species based on the analysis of the morphological features of the samples of the VIR collection.
  2. Prokhorov A.A., Andryusenko V.V. The principles of the formation of databases on botanical collections.