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NATIONAL PROGRAM 302 PLANT BIOLOGICAL & MOLECULAR PROCESSES. John Radin, Kay Simmons, Rich Wilson, Peter Bretting. National Program 302. Agenda Approve Components Review Problem Areas Identify Associate Editors Identify Writing Team Leaders Writing Team Charge & Timelines

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National program 302 plant biological molecular processes

NATIONAL PROGRAM

302

PLANT BIOLOGICAL & MOLECULAR PROCESSES

John Radin, Kay Simmons, Rich Wilson, Peter Bretting


National program 302

National Program 302

Agenda

  • Approve Components

  • Review Problem Areas

  • Identify Associate Editors

  • Identify Writing Team Leaders

  • Writing Team Charge & Timelines

  • Breakout Session Assignments

  • Reports from Breakout Sessions


National program 302 plant biological molecular processes

ARS National Program 302

Vision: Scientific research leading to tomorrow’s advances in crop production, quality and safety

  • Components:

    • Functional Utilization of Plant Genomes

    • Processes that Improve Plant Productivity and Quality

    • Plant Biotechnology Risk Assessment


Possible problem areas for component 1

Possible Problem Areas for Component 1

Crop Models

Metabolic engineering

Genomic understanding of complex traits

Expression profiling

Proteomics

Characterize plant diversity

Genomic tools

Bioinformatics

Transformation

Sites specific recombination & excision technlogy

Genomic resources (direct, non-direct GE)

Artificial chromosomes

Computational biology

High throughput biochemistry/physiology

Metabolic profiling

Functional annotation of genomic sequences

Tilling

New sources of resistance


Possible problem areas for component 2

Possible Problem Areas for Component 2

Adaptation to biotic & abiotic stresses

Genomic approach to reduce trans-isomers

Glycemic index

Nutraceuticals

Hypoallergenic crops

Metabolomics

Metabolic efficiency

Sustanable agriculture

Crop nutrition

Water use efficiency

Nutritional quality

Assess natural variation in metabolic pathways

Interaction with beneficial microorganisms

Value-added traits

Understanding C & N metabolism controls

Secondary products

Metabolic flux

Link to Climate change


Possible problem areas for component 3

Possible Problem Areas for Component 3

Alternatives to GE crops

Analytical tests for constituents/GE traits

New methods for gene confinement

Influence of transgenes on global plant function

Transformation efficiency

Precise DNA insertion

Pollen flow control


National program 3021

National Program 302

Breakout Session III: Writing the Action Plan

Associate Editors

Carroll Vance

Mike McMullen

Leon Kochian

Writing Team Leaders

  • James Giovannoni: Component 1

  • Cynthia Henson: Component 2

  • John Burke: Component 3


National program 3022

National Program 302

Breakout Session III: Writing the Action Plan

Writing Team 1: Room 330

Functional Analysis of Plant Genomes

  • Giovannoni: Leader

    Buckler

    Dayan

    Shoemaker

    Cregan

    Anderson

    Cornish

Nielsen

Hammerschlag

Vance

Wilson

Hewings

Zapp


National program 3023

National Program 302

Breakout Session III: Writing the Action Plan

Writing Team 2: Room 530

Biological Processes that Determine Plant Productivity and Quality

  • Henson: Leader

    Crafts-Brandner

    Van Toai

    Rowland

    Kochian

    Grusak

    Brunet

    Banowitz

Ort

Bretting

Simmons

Roos

Collins

Blocker


National program 3024

National Program 302

Breakout Session III: Writing the Action Plan

Writing Team 3: Room 630

Plant Biotechnology Assessment

  • Burke: Leader

    Wise

    Fletcher

    McMullen

    Bechl

    Dahleen

    Ow

    Bassett

Radin

Martinez

Seiber

Butler

Tai

Turley


National program 3025

National Program 302

Writing Team Charge

  • Associate Problem Areas with Components

  • Select 1 to 2 Writing Team members with responsibility for each problem area

  • First draft of Component with problem areas to Associate Editors in 30 days (by 21 June)

  • Extra Credit: Work with NPLs to develop

    1 Problem Area Initiative per Component

  • First draft of Action Plan to NPS in 90 days (to Radin by 20 August)


National program 302 plant biological molecular processes

NATIONAL PROGRAM

302

PLANT BIOLOGICAL & MOLECULAR PROCESSES

John Radin, Kay Simmons Rich Wilson, Peter Bretting


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