INDEX of Scientific Programs

Presentation: Kenyote Speeches * Scientific Sessions * Posters
Other Programs: Buisiness Meeting * In-congress Tours and Excursion

Presentation Slides

Keynote speeches

No. Presenter Title Abstract Presentation
Opening session: Keynote speeches
K0 Fukuda Kenji Welcome messege [k0.pdf (0.0 MB)]  
K1 Futai Kazuyoshi Pine wood nematode, as an example of alien invasive species [k1.pdf (0.5 MB)] [K1_Futai.pdf (3.3 MB)]
K2 Satoh Masaru Plant quarantine in Japan: protecting Japanese agriculture and forests [k2.pdf (0.5 MB)] [K2_Satoh.pdf (3.5 MB)]
K3 Evans Hugh The work of IUFRO Unit 7.03.12 and its links to other initiatives on alien invasive species and international trade [k3.pdf (0.5 MB)] [K3_Evans.pdf (0.5 MB)]
K4 Britton Kerry Forest pest pathways: where do we go from here? [k4.pdf (0.5 MB)] [K4_Britton (1.0 MB)]
K5 Liebhold Andrew Detection and eradication: an important component of managing forest insects and diseases [k5.pdf (0.5 MB)] [K5_Liebhold.pdf (3.3 MB)]


Scientific session

No. Presenter Title Abstract Presentation
Scientific session: Forest diseases and pests caused by alien species    
O1 Sardula Sri Rahayu Characteristic and pathogenicity changing of Uromycladium tepperianum on Falcataria moluccana affected by pyroclastic cloud from Mepari volcano in Yogyakarta, Indonesia [o01.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O01_SriRahayu.pdf (2.7 MB)]
O2 Glen Morag Puccinia psidii ? what next? [o02.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O02_Glen.pdf (1.3 MB)]
O3 Masuya Hayato Current status of the Dutch elm disease in Japan [o03.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O03_Masuya.pdf (1.0 MB)]
O4 Baranchikov Yury Nikolayevich United they stand: invasive association of four-eyed fir bark beetle and ophiostomal fungus destroy fir taiga forest in Siberia [o04.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O04_Baranchikov.pdf (5.6 MB)]
O5 Kamata Naoto Why does the Japanese oak wilt not occur outside Japan? [o05.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O6 Sanguansub Sunisa High risk ambrosia beetles species attacking living trees [o06.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O7 Kanzaki Natsumi Nematodes associated with invasive insects, some potential cases of cryptogenic invasion of nematodes [o07.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O07_Kanzaki.pdf (0.9 MB)]
  Scientific Session: Pine wilt disease    
O8 Hoshizaki Kazuhiko Seasonal patterns of pine wilt disease incidence and the vector infestation near the northern limit of the disease in Japan [o08.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O08_Hoshizaki.pdf (1.0 MB)]
O9 Kondo Teiji Current status of pine wood nematode resistance breeding in Japan [o09.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O10 Matsunaga Koji Dynamics of pine wilt disease incidence in a mixed plantation of resistance and susceptible families of Pinus densiflora and P. thunbergii [o10.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O11 Hirao Tomonori Comparison of gene expression profiles between resistance and susceptibility in Pinus thunbergii to pine wood nematode infection [o11.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O12 Umebayashi Toshihiro The developmental process of xylem embolisms in pine wilt disease of Pinus thunbergii seedlings [o12.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
  Scientific Session: Genetics, dipersal and risk assessment of invasie species    
O13 Inoue Maki Understanding invasion history: the recent range expansion and population genetics of the Argentine ant in Japan [o13.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O13_Inoue.pdf (1.8 MB)]
O14 Kadowaki Nozomi Impacts of two alien ants, Anoplolepis gracilipes and Pheidole megacephla, on native ant fauna in Okinawa, Japan [o14.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O15 Yamada Fumio Effort of eradication of invasive mongoose for conservation of biodiversity in the Ryukyu Islands, Japan [o15.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O15_Fyamada.pdf (1.5 MB)]
O16 Lakatos Ferenc Population genetic study of the plane leaf-miner (Phyllonorycter platani Stgr. 1870) [o16.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O16_Lakatos.pdf (0.9 MB)]
O17 Goka Koichi The Origin of Amphibian chytridiomycosis: Did it come from Japan? [o17.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O17_Goka.pdf (6.4 MB)]
O18 Choi Won I Dispersal patterns of exotic forest pests in South Korea [o18.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O18_Choi.pdf (1.3 MB)]
O19 Sukhovolskiy Vladislav Grigorevich Factors of invasions’ success or failure: estimation in frameworks of optimization mathematical model [o19.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O19_Soukhovolsky.pdf (0.6 MB)]
O20 Eschen Rene The risk of invasion of Europe by forest pests and diseases, based on their worldwide occurrence [o20.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O20_Eschen.pdf (0.7 MB)]
O21 Okabe Kimiko Risk assessment of an exotic carpenter bee and associating mites introduced with processed bamboos [o21.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O21_Okabe.pdf (0.9 MB)]
  Scientific Session: Phytosanitary measures and quarantine systems    
O22 Evans Hugh What role can the systems approach play in preventing the introduction of invasive alien species? [o22.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O22_Evans.pdf (0.7 MB)]
O23 Jurc Dusan What changes are necessary to reduce the introduction of harmful invasive species to forests? [o23.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O23_Dusan.pdf (1.2 MB)]
O24 Ormsby Mike Calculating treatment efficacy againstiInvasive alien species in trade [o24.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O24_Ormsby.pdf (0.4 MB)]
O25 Brockerhoff Eckehard G Phytosanitary measures to reduce borer infestations of wood packaging materials: Effects on infestation rates and future rates of establishment [o25.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O25_Brockerhoff.pdf (1.3 MB)]
O26 Uzunovic Adnan Current thoughts on evaluation criteria for new phytosanitary treatments and update on RF heating and phosphine fumigation [o26.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O26_Uzunovic.pdf (1.4 MB)]
O27 Berube Jean Next generation DNA sequencing methods to identify forest invasive alien fungal species present in imported live plant material [o27.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
O28 Uzunovic Adnan Fungi in international wood trade, in the context of commodities, phytosanitary treatments and genomics-based detection tools [o28.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O28_Uzunovic.pdf (1.0 MB)]
O29 Sankaran Kavile Veettil Asia-Pacific Forest Invasive Species Network (APFISN): origin, goals and achievements [o29.pdf (0.5 MB)] [O29_Sankaran.pdf (1.0 MB)]



No. Presenter Title Abstract Poster
P1 Masuya Hayato Preliminary survey of PhyINDEXhthora spp. in Japanese forest stands [p01.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P2 Kikuchi Kazushi North American lace bug is a vector of Australian fungus in Japan [p02.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P3 Lakatos Ferenc Population genetic structure of the invasive sycamore lace bug (Corythucaciliata Say, 1873) [p03.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P4 Komura Ryotaro Localized invasion spread of hemlock woolly adelgid defoliation [p04.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P5 Choi Won I Is invasive species is stabilized by natural enemy?: A case study for an invasive species, Obolodiplosis robiniae and its parasitoid [p05.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P6 Choi Won I Changes in parasitoid community structure by influx of less competitive parasitoid: A case study for multiple parasitoids on Thecodiplosis japonensis [p06.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P7 Vanhanen Henri Mikael Are novel congeneric hosts facilitating the invasion of exotic woodboring insects? [p07.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P07_Vanhanen.pdf ( MB)]
P8 Palnikova Elena Tree state and a probability of tree’ attacks by invasion species of bark beetles [p08.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P9 Takahashi Yukiko Positional relationship between hyphae and embolism in Raffaelea quercivora-noculated saplings [p09.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
P10 Torii Masato Hyphal growth of Raffaelea quercivora within both seedlings and sterilized woods [p10.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P11 Kanzaki Natsumi Survey of stag beetle-associated nematodes in Japan as basic information for identification of invasive nematodes [p11.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P12 Shimizu Ai Influence of pine wilt damage on bark boring insects species [p12.pdf (0.6 MB)]  
P13 Shimizu Ai Nematode associated with a species of bark beetle, Dryocoetes uniseriatus Eggers (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) [p13.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P14 Nakamura Katsunori Detection of the pinewood nematode and its insect vector in the tsunamidamaged trees of Pinus thunbergii and P. densiflora [p14.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P14_Nakamura.pdf (0.2 MB)]
P15 Asai Miho Size and density of resin canals are not factors preventing pathogen activities in Pinus densiflora cultivars resistant to pine wilt [p15.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P15_Asai.pdf (1.8 MB)]
P16 Komatsu Masabumi Genetic structures of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and Monochamus alternatus in a seriously damaged maritime pine forest of Japan [p16.pdf (0.5 MB)] Closed
P17 Matsui Yuichi The resistance factors of Japanese red pines to pine wilt disease [p17.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P17_Matsui.pdf (1.3 MB)]
P18 Akami Ai Nematode distribution and occurrence of xylem embolism in pine stem inoculated with pine wood nematodes [p18.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P19 Makino Shun'ichi Eradication of the black rat Rattus rattus on Nishijima, a small island of the Ogasawara Islands [p19.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P19_Makino.pdf (0.7 MB)]
P20 Sasaki Shigeki The sensitivity comparison of the mongoose detection tools in mopping-up stage of eradication campaign in Amami-Oshima island [p20.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P21 Okochi Isamu Invasive Aliens in the Ogasawara Islands, a new world heritage in Japan [p21.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P22 Dang Tan Thanh Invasive plant species in National Parks of Vietnam [p22.pdf (0.5 MB)] [P22_Tan.pdf (0.3 MB)]
P23 Zuraida Potency Acacia nilotica as invasive species at National Baluran Park, East Java-Indonesia [p23.pdf (0.5 MB)]  
P Kuroda Keiko The Montesclaros Declaration   [P00_Kuroda.pdf (1.7 MB)]


Other Programs

Program Author Title PDF
Buisiness Meeting Evans Hugh Outline Agenda [agenda.pdf (0.1 MB)]
Buisiness Meeting Eckehard Brockerhoff What is IUFRO [IUFRO.pdf (0.5 MB)]
In-congress tour A Fukuda Kenji Yokohama Plant Protection Station [CourseA.pdf (0.2 MB)]
In-congress tour B Komatsu Masabumi Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute [CourseB.pdf (0.4 MB)]
Excursion Nakamura Katsunori TokyoExcursion to Forest Tree Breeding Center and front line of forest pest control in Tohoku District (June 14 -16, 2012) [Excursion.pdf (1.6 MB)]