UPDATE PROGRAMME

 Monday July 10

Time

Activity Place
14:00-18:00 Registration

Hotel Santa Bertha Hall in Texcoco

 Tuesday July 11

Time

Activity

Place

09:50-10:05

 

 

Introductory welcome and presentation of the Presidium by the IWEMM9 Chairman, Dr. Jesus Pérez Moreno from Colegio de Postgraduados

Lecture Hall

10:05-10:15 

 

 

Speech by the International Secretary of the IWEMM9, Dr. Alexis Guerin-Laguette from the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research

10:15-10:30

 

Acknowledgements of the IWEMM9 Sponsors

10:30-10:45

 

Video “Mushrooms, People and nature in a Changing World” produced by the Mexican film maker Jaime Kuri

10:45-10:55

 

Video of the IWEMM9 logo courtesy of the Mexican Scientist Dr. Cruz García Alvarado (Cruzgaali)

10:55-11:10 

 

Official Opening Ceremony by a Mexican authority

11:10-11:30

 

Coffee break and performance of Mexican charros

Garden of Colegio de Postgraduados

11:30-11:45

Move to the Lecture Hall

11:45-12:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Keynote Lecture

Networks of power and influence: the role of ectomycorrhizal mycelia in the growth of forest trees and the support of fungal fruitbody production

Prof. Sir David J Read

Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, England

Lecture Hall

12:45-14:15

 

Oral presentations-Session 1

Diversity, Taxonomy and Ecology

Lecture Hall

12:45-13:00

 

 

 

 

Diversity and community structure of ectomycorrhizal fungi from Mexican neotropics, with notes on edible mushrooms

GARIBAY-ORIJEL Roberto et al. (Mexico)

13:00-13:15

 

 

 

Observations on edible mycorrhizal mushrooms (EMMs) with a giant natural wealth and truffle plantations with a great development potential in China

LIU Pei-Gui et al. (China)

13:15-13:30

 

 

 

Soil mesofauna and sporomes of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms: an approach of the interaction

DÍAZ-AGUILAR Irma and PÉREZ-MORENO Jesús (Mexico)

13:30-13:45

 

 

Phylogenetic positions of Caesar’s mushrooms in Guatemala

KODAIRA Miyuki et al. (Japan and Guatemala)

13:45-14:00

 

 

Ecology and taxonomy of the desert truffles in the North of Africa

KHABAR Lahsen (Morocco)

14:00-14:15

 

 

Soil conditions of Japanese truffles

FURUSAWA Hitomi et al. (presentation by YAMANAKA Takashi) (Japan)

       14:15-14:30

 

 

 

 

14:30-15:45

 

Milkcaps, now Lactarius, Multifurca and Lactifluus: New insights in the phylogeny and systematic position of the edible taxa

VERBEKEN Annemieke and DE CROP Eske (Belgium)

Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

Garden of Colegio de Postgraduados

15:45-17:00

 

 

Oral presentations-Session 2

Sustainability, Traditional Knowledge, Conservation and Economic importance

Lecture Hall

15:45-16:00

 

Truffles as food and medicine in China

TAN Xinpei and WANG Bin (China)

16:00-16:15

 

 

 

European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) for sustainable management and valorization of wild edible mushrooms under global change

MARTÍNEZ-PEÑA Fernando et al. (Spain and France)

16:15-16:30

 

 

 

 

Traditional ethnomycological knowledge and change process in Mapuche-Creole communities: a study on wild edible fungi from Patagonian Nothofagus forests, Argentina

TOLEDO Carolina V. et al. (presentation by BARROETAVEÑA Carolina) (Argentina)

16:30-16:45

 

 

 

Edible wild mushrooms of Ethiopia: neglected non-timber forest products

DEJENE Tatek et al. (presentation by MARTÍN-PINTO Pablo) (Ethiopia and Spain)

16:45-17:00

 

 

Mycotourism as a driver of rural development

LATORRE Joaquin et al. (Spain)

17:00-17:15

Break

Lobby of Lecture Hall

17:15-18:30

 

 

Oral presentations-Session 3

Food Science and Health and Biocultural importance

Lecture Hall

17:15-17:30

 

 

 

Introducing mushroom fruiting patterns from the Swiss National Poisons Information Centre

EGLI Simon et al. (Switzerland and United Kingdom)

17:30-17:45

 

 

Mushroom-stones of Guatemala: origin, diversity and new discoveries

FLORES ARZÚ Roberto (Guatemala)

17:45-18:00

 

 

 

Edible Ascomycetes in Mesoamerica: a review

MEDEL ORTIZ Rosario et al. (Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras)

18:00-18:15

 

 

 

It is never too late to learn. On the (recent) transition from mycophoby to mycophily in Sardinia

COMANDINI Ornella and RINALDI Andrea C. (Italy)

18:15-18:30

 

 

Edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms, nature and humans in a changing world: a Mexican perspective

PÉREZ-MORENO Jesús et al. (Mexico)

 Wednesday July 12

Time

Activity

Place

10:00-11:00

 

 

 

 

Keynote Lecture

Cultivation of truffles: history, technology and challenges

Pierre Sourzat
Truffle Expert, Bel Air, 46240, Ussel,

France

Lecture Hall

11:00-11:30 

 

IWEMM9 official photography by Studio Azul Texcoco

Library Entrance of Colegio de Postgraduados

11:30-12:30

 

Oral presentations-Session 4

Cultivation Part A

Lecture Hall

11:30-11:45

 

 

 

Advances on spawn production and strain conservation of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms in Eastern Mexico

MATA Gerardo (Mexico)

11:45-12:00

 

 

Monitoring pests in summer truffles (Tuber aestivum) during 2016-2017

DANAY Ofer et al. (Israel)

12:00-12:15

 

 

 

 

Development of edible desert truffles as new crops in Israel: characterization of morphology, molecular markers, volatile profiles, and agrotechnologies

KAMLE Madhu et al. (presentation by SITRIT Yaron) (Israel and United States of America)

12:15-12:30

 

 

Advances in desert truffle cultivation in Spain

MORTE Asunción et al. (Spain)

12:30-12:45

 

International Photography exhibition “Mushrooms of the World and Coffee break

Lobby of Lecture Hall

12:45-14:00

Poster presentation Session

Lecture Hall outdoors

14:00-16:00

Lunch

Garden of Colegio de Postgraduados

16:00-17:15

 

Oral presentations-Session 5

Cultivation Part B

Lecture Hall

16:00-16:15

 

 

Cultivation of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms in China

FU-QIANG Yu et al. (China and New Zealand)

16:15-16:30

 

 

Advances in the cultivation of truffles in Canada

BERCH Shannon (Canada)

16:30-16:45

 

 

Trials for the cultivation of Tricholoma matsutake in Nagano prefecture, Japan

FURUKAWA Hitoshi et al. (Japan)

16:45-17:00

 

 

How is Tricholoma matsutake mycorrhization affected by potentially competing microorganisms?

YAMADA Akiyoshi et al. (Japan)

17:00-17:15

 

 

Advances in the cultivation of Saffron milk cap in New Zealand

GUERIN-LAGUETTE Alexis et al. (New Zealand)

17:15-17:30

Get on the transport to Mexico City

Parking lot of Colegio de Postgraduados

17:30-19:30

Transportation to Mexico City

Texcoco-Mexico City road

20:00-22:00

 

International performance of Mexican Folkloric Ballet of Amalia Hernández

Palace of Fine Arts, Mexico City

 Thursday July 13

Time

Activity

Place

08:00-18:00

 

 

 

  • Mycological trail in oak, pine and fir forests nearby Texcoco with local mushroom gatherers (Option 1)
  • Visit to the ancient city of Teotihuacan (Option 2)

Forests nearby Texcoco

 

Ancient City of Teotihuacan

Friday July 14

Time

Activity

Place

09:00-9:30

 

Photography of people wearing International or Mexican Typical Clothing by Studio Azul Texcoco

Library Entrance of Colegio de Postgraduados

09:00-14:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biocultural Fair

Fresh mushroom Exhibition; Museographic exhibition “Codices and Mushrooms”; Ludic activities for children and adults; Handicraft exhibition; Mycogastronomy taste by Mexican ethnic gropus; Typical Mexican and International clothing; IWEMM9 exhibitors.

Garden of Colegio de Postgraduados

14:00-15:30

Lunch

Garden of Colegio de Postgraduados

15:30-16:45

 

 

Oral presentations-Session 6

Climate Change, Molecular Biology and Genomic Sciences

Lecture Hall

15:30-15:45

 

 

 

 

Expanding truffle growth: climate change induced shifts in latitudinal distribution of Tuber melanosporum cultivation

PAUL Thomas and BÜNTGEN Ulf (United Kingdom, Switzerland and Czech Republic)

15:45-16:00

 

 

Do climate changes affect the fruiting timing of wild mushroom populations in Israel?

LEWINSOHN Dalia (Israel)

16:00-16:15

 

 

 

How does management affect Boletus edulis extra-radical soil mycelium and sporocarp production? A case study in Cistus ladanifer scrublands

MEDIAVILLA Olaya et al. (Spain)

16:15-16:30

 

 

Soil mycelium and sporocarp dynamics of Boletus edulis in managed Pinus sylvestris stands

PARLADÉ Xavier et al. (Spain)

16:30-16:45

 

 

 

 

The comparative genomics of Laccaria trichodermophora towards the understanding of the wide ecological range of the genus

ÁNGELES-ARGÁIZ Rodolfo Enrique et al. (Mexico)

16:45-17:45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Closing Keynote Lecture

Life and mushrooms – Time through 20 years of IWEMM

Dr. Wang Yun

Kunming Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Kunming; Biotechnology and Germplasm Resources Institute, Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences,   Kunming, China; Plant and Food Research, New Zealand 15 Lynfield Ave. Ilam, Christchurch, New Zealand.

China and New Zealand 

Lecture Hall

17:45-18:00

 

Conclusions of IWEMM9 by Drs. Alexis Guerin-Laguette and Wang Yun

Lecture Hall

18:00-18:15

Tribute to previous IWEMMs

18:15-18:30

 

International and Mexican student award ceremony

18:30-18:35

 

Poster and Photography award ceremony

18:35-19:00

IWEMM10 Voting session

19:00-19:05

 

 

Announcement of the Venue of the International Conference on Mycorrhiza 10 (ICOM10) by Dr. Roberto Garibay Orijel

19:05-19:10

Closing Ceremony of the IWEMM9

Lecture Hall

19:10-20:30

 

Transportation to the Hotel and from there to the Hacienda Pintoraco

20:30-24:00

Gala dinner and Mexican Fiesta

Hacienda Pintoraco

 

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