ICN 2022

1 to 6 May 2022, Conference Centre of Antibes Juan-les-Pins, France

Bandeau - ICN 2022

Friday 6 May 2022

Plenary Sessions
08:30-09:00

AuditoriumPlenary 9

  • The use of high-throughput sequencing (HTS) on biodiversity studies of nematode communities in diverse habitats

09:00-09:30

AuditoriumPlenary 10

  • From human to plant diseases, robust and transposable approaches in the big data era to control pests

09:30-10:00

AuditoriumPlenary 11

10:00-10:30

Coffee break - Visit of exhibition

Parallel Sessions
10:30-12:30

AuditoriumOral session 29

Interactions of nematodes with micro-organisms

Chairs: Maria Viketoft and Johan Desaeger

Oral presentations

10:30-10:50

Nematode-microorganism interactions - past, present and future perspectives
Maria Viketoft

10:50-11:10

Cultivating relationships: genetics shape microbiome form and function in C. elegans
Buck S. Samuel

11:10-11:30

Microbiota associated with phytonematodes in the rhizosphere of cultured plants
Holger Heurer, Ahmed Elhady, Shimaa Adss, Johannes Hallmann

11:30-11:45

Multipartite interactions between Pratylenchus thornei, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, rhizobia and nutrients in mungbean
Elaine Gough, John Thompson, Rebecca Zwart, Alla Marchuk, Kirsty Owen

11:45-12:00

Agro-biological associations of Meloidogyne hapla populations: the soil-health, microbiome connections
Isaac Lartey, Gregory Bonito, Haddish Melakeberhan Ludger Beerhues, Søren Sørense, Holger Heuer

12:00-12:15

Microbes attaching to endoparasitic nematodes in soil trigger plant defence and suppress nematode establishment in roots
Olivera Topalovic, Sandra Bredenbruch, Sylvia Schleker, Holger Heuer

Poster flash presentations

12:15-12:20

Integrating new nematode management tools to protect tree replants at risk
Michael McKenry

12:20-12:25

Nematode communities from soils suppressive to root-knot nematodes
J. Parr McQueen, Tristan Watson, Johan Desaeger, Peter Digennaro, Kaitlin Gattoni, Sarah Strauss, Carrie Suen, Weiming Hu, Dorota Porazinska

12:25-12:30

Understanding the Heterorhabditis nematode factors involved in modulating symbiosis with Photorhabdus bacteria
Vishal Singh Somvanshi, Chaitra Ganapati Bhat, Uma Rao


10:30-12:30

Room 1Oral session 30

Trade and market access implications of plant parasitic nematodes

Chairs: Tom Prior and Francesca De Luca

Oral presentations

10:30-10:50

Plant parasitic nematodes, regulatory actions, and plant trade repercussion in Florida
Renato Inserra

10:50-11:10

Nematodes associated with damage on Taxus media cv. Hillii in Norway
Christer Magnusson, Dag Ragnar Blystad, Zahra Ben Hellal

11:10-11:30

Movement of plant-parasitic nematodes associated with the turf industry
Tom Prior, Rebecca Lawson, Lesley Jutson, Margarida Correia, Paul Taylor, James Stubbs, Charlotte Howard

11:30-11:45

Plant-parasitic nematodes pose a serious threat to the production, nutritional quality of popular biofortified cassava
Aminat Akinsanya, Steve Afolami, Peter Kulakow, Danny Coyne

11:45-12:00

Plant-parasitic nematodes and export to non-European Union countries
Anne Sophie van Bruggen, Evelyn van Heese

12:00-12:15

Detection of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus: which is the best molecular test? Practical outcomes of the EU VALITEST project
Geraldine Anthoine, Anne-Marie Chappe, Aude Letort, Maureen Scipion, Hanna Mouaziz, Maja Ravnikar, Aude Chabirand

Poster flash presentations

12:15-12:20

Detection and diagnostics of tropical Meloidogyne spp. within the Euphresco project MeloTrop
Saša Širca, Barbara Gerič Stare, Anne-Marie Chappe, Fabrice Ollivier, Laurent Folcher, Maria L. Inácio, Filomena Nóbrega, Leidy Rusinque, Eugénia Andrade, Carla Maleita, Luci Conceição, Isabel Abrantes, Evelyn Y.J. van Heese, Gerrit Karssen, Jasmina Bačič

12:20-12:25

Negative binomial modeling of nematode count data yield more accurate mean and variance estimates
Gideon Alake, Inga Zasada, Edzard van Santen, Peter DiGennaro

12:25-12:30

Plant parasitic nematode biosecurity threats from a Northern Ireland and UK perspective
Thomas Fleming, Margaret Hainon-McDowell, Deborah Cox, Trevor Martin, Colin Fleming


10:30-12:45

Room 2Oral session 31

Nematode community assemblies

Chairs: Byron Adams and Eric Grenier

Oral presentations

10:30-10:50

Cultural practices and environmental conditions impact plant-parasitic nematode communities at national and local scales
Nathan Garcia

11:10-11:30

Soil communities of amplified landscape connectivity resulting from contemporary climate change
Satyendra Pothula

11:30-11:45

Exploring belowground biodiversity in Lincoln, Nebraska’s tallgrass prairie corridor
Abigail Borgmeier, Kaitlin Gattoni, Timothy Harris, Peter Mullin, Dorota Porazinska, Kirsten Powers, David Wedin, Thomas Powers

11:45-12:00

A novel metabarcoding strategy for studying nematode communities
Md Maniruzzaman Sikder, Mette Vestergård, Rumakanta Sapkota, Tina Kyndt, Mogens Nicolaisen

12:00-12:15

Vertical distribution of nematodes in peanut-cotton cropping systems
Lesley Schumacher, Zane Grabau, David Wright

Poster flash presentations

12:15-12:20

Agriculture land-use intensification causes biotic homogenization on phytonematode communities at regional scale
Antonio Archidona Yuste, Thorsten Wiegand, Nico Eisenhauer, Carolina Cantalapiedra-Navarrete, Juan E. Palomares Rius, Pablo Castillo

12:20-12:25

DNA barcoding using COI and 18S in nematode community analyses: advantages of a combined approach
Thomas Powers, Dorota Porazinska, Byron Adams, Blanche Butera, Rebecca Higgins, Timothy Harris, Peter Mullin, Kirsten Powers

12:25-12:30

The research of free-living terrestrial nematodes (Order Dorylaimida) from tropical rain forest in Vietnam
Thi Anh Duong Nguyen, Joaquin Abolafia, Reyes Pena-Santiago


10:30-12:30

Room 3Oral session 32

Effectors in plant parasitic nematodes

Chairs: Melissa Mitchum and Bruno Favery

Oral presentations

10:30-10:50

Effector gene birth in plant parasitic nematodes: neofunctionalization of a housekeeping glutathione synthetase gene
Sebastian Eves-van den Akker

10:50-11:10

A root-knot nematode effector targets the spliceosomal plant machinery allowing the giant cells formation
Michaël Quentin

11:10-11:30

A cyst nematode effector modulates plant defenses through a novel host kinase cascade
Parijat Juvale

11:30-11:45

Nematode-encoded RALF peptide mimics facilitate parasitism of plants through the FERONIA receptor kinase
Xin Zhang

11:45-12:00

Functional characterization of a highly expanded superfamily of dorsal gland effector proteins in cyst nematodes
Anju Verma

12:00-12:15

The Meloidogyne incognita effector MiL648 contributes to nematode virulence through its interactions with OPR2 in tomato
Geert Smant

Poster flash presentations

12:15-12:20

Functional characterization of effector candidates of the root lesion nematode Pratylenchus penetrans
Paulo Vieira

12:20-12:25

The root-knot nematode MiPDI1 effector targets a zinc finger protein to establish disease in Solanaceae and Arabidopsis
Zhao Jianlong

12:25-12:30

Uncovering the role of the syncytia-forming nematode core effector GrGLAND11 in Globodera rostochiensis
Kerry Leslie

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Parallel Sessions
13:30-15:30

AuditoriumOral session 17

Integrated nematode management (continued)

Chairs: Peng DeLiang and Kathy S. Lawrence

Oral presentations

13:30-13:50

Integrated cyst nematode management in agricultural important crops in China
Peng DeLiang, Ricardo Holgado, Huan Peng, Wenkun Huang, Jingwu Zheng, Shulong Chen

13:50-14:10

Bridging the vegetable IPM GAP in Africa: from here to sustainerty
Danny Coyne

14:10-14:30

IPM options in cotton production with plant parasitic nematodes in the USA
Kathy S. Lawrence

14:30-14:45

Crop rotation solutions: Broadacre fields in Australia with multiple nematode pests or soilborne pathogen constraints
Sarah Collins, Bec Swift, Carla Wilkinson, Daniel Huberli, Andrew Van Burgel

14:45-15:00

Pathogenic variability of the population of Pratylenchus brachyurus in cover crops
Lais Fontana, Bruna Orlandini Toninato, Glaucia Leticia Sete da Cruz, Ana Cristina Da Silveira, Angélica Sanchez Melo, Guilherme Tarini, Cláudia Regina Dias-Arieira

15:00-15:15

A complex between the plant parasitic nematode and a fungus - reevaluating Pratylenchus capsici disease etiology
Abraham Gamliel, Patricia Bucki, Qing Xue, Svetlana Duvrinin, Ohad Avraham, Sigal Braun Miyara

Poster flash presentations

15:15-15:20

Field assessment of Heterodera glycines populations in winter oilseed pennycress rotations
Cody Hoerning, Senyu Chen, Donald Wyse, Scott Wells, Katherine Frels

15:20-15:25

Can Meloidogyne and Helicotylenchus populations be manipulated using soil nutrient levels?
Mieke Daneel, Lesego Matlala, Hendrika Fourie

15:25-15:30

Damage threshold, population dynamics and host-status of Meloidogyne chitwoodi on five selected crops
Misghina Goitom Teklu, Fantahun F. Addisu, Thomas H. Been, Corrie H. Schomaker, Johnny Visser, Leendert P.G. Molendijk


13:30-15:30

Room 1Oral session 18

Nematodes as bioindicators

Chairs: Sara Sanchez-Moreno and Deborah Neher

Oral presentations

13:30-13:50

Historical perspective on nematodes as indicators
Deborah Neher

13:50-14:10

Nematode responses to oak forest dieback in Mediterranean landscapes
Sara Sanchez-Moreno Daniel, García-Angulo, Jorge Curiel Yuste

14:10-14:30

Nematodes communities used for soil health indication in Midwestern United States agricultural systems
Carmen Ugarte

14:30-14:45

Characterization of the biological state of soils by studying nematofauna as bio-indicators: ELISOL methodology
Cecile Villenave, Anne Jimenez, Manon Trambolho, Hélène Cérémonie, Camille Chauvin

14:45-15:00

Zinc effects on terrestrial nematodes: from field studies towards a toxicokinetic approach
Péter Nagy, Krisztina Hrács, Lola Virág Kis1, Zoltán Sávoly, Gergely Boros, Katalin Posta

15:00-15:15

Response of soil nematodes to anthropic gradient in the arganeraie biosphere
Hassan Mayad, Amine Idhmida, Amina Braimi, Ilyas Fillali Alaoui, Mohamed Ait Hamza, Thierry Mateille, James N. Furze, Zahra Ferji, Abdelhamid El Mousadik

Poster flash presentations

15:15-15:20

A study on the ecological impact of recycling derived fertilisers (RDFs) using nematodes as environmental bioindicators
Anna Karpinska, Thomais Kakouli-Duarte

15:20-15:25

Exploring the relationship between key soil health indicators and nematode community composition in agroecosystems
Christine Sprunger

15:25-15:30

Nematodes of argan biosphere: Biodiversity and assessment of soil quality
Amina Braimi, Amine Idhmida, Abdolhadi Ajerrar, Hinde Benjlil, Mohamed Ait hamza, Fouad Msanda, Zahra Ferji, Abdelhamid El Mousadik, Thierry Mateille, El Hassan Mayad


13:30-15:30

Room 2Oral session 19

Future of nematology, education and training

Chairs: Jonathan Eisenback and Wim Bert

Oral presentations

13:30-13:50

Teaching nematology–what do students need to know?
Cynthia Gleason

13:50-14:10

What is next? Nematology Education from a Ghent Perspective: together we create impact
Inge Dehennin, Laura Cortada, Aäron Plovie, Danny Coyne, Solveig Haukeland, Hugues Baimey, Antoine Affokpon, Awol Seid Ebrahim, Beira Hailu Meressa, Shem Nchore, Christopher Okolo, Biodun Claudius-Cole, Paul Sule Chindo, Hendrika Fourie, Antoinette P. Malan, Herbert Talwana, Abraham Okki Mwamula, Francis Onyilo, Njira Njira Pili, Waceke Wanjohi, Pierre Abad, Matthew Back, Wim Bert

14:10-14:30

Nematology 101 - Resources for Teaching Nematology
Jonathan Eisenback

14:30-14:45

The status of nematology graduate and undergraduate education in Brazil
Ricardo Souza

14:45-15:00

Best4Soil Nematode database tool to design clever crop rotations
Leendert Molendijk, Paulien van Asperen

15:00-15:15

The Need for Courses in Agricultural Nematology in Latin America
Ignacio Cid del Prado Vera, Howard Ferris

Poster flash presentations

15:15-15:20

Pine wilt disease and the pinewood nematode in Portugal and Europe: it was 20 years ago today; what have we learned?
Manuel Mota or Pedro Barbosa

15:20-15:25

Nematology in support of plant health - role of EPPO
Françoise Petter, Madeleine McMullen, Charlotte Trontin, Fabienne Grousset, Camille Picard, Muriel Suffert, Rob Tanner, Baldissera Giovani, Anne-Sophie Roy

15:25-15:30

Is ‘Perennial Agriculture’, a future type of cropping system, effective for nematode management?
Hiroaki Okada


13:30-15:30

Room 3Oral session 20

Natural Products as nematicides

Chairs: Nicoletta Ntalli and Karla Medina

Oral presentations

13:30-13:50

Attraction of Meloidogyne juveniles to essential oil constituents and derivatives
Yuji Oka

13:50-14:10

Grammicin as a potential candidate of new bionematicide for the control of root-knot nematode
Jin-Cheol Kim

14:10-14:30

Effect and mode of action of Majestene® biological nematicide on Meloidogyne incognita
Sudarshan K. Aryal, Ashlee Gonzales, Ratnakar Asolkar

14:30-14:45

Nematotoxicity of vetiver extracts against root-knot nematodes by systemic defense activation in sa-pathway
Kansiree Jindapunnapat, Buncha Chinnasri

14:45-15:00

Nematicidal plant secondary metabolites with plant and soil enhancement properties
Nikoletta Ntalli

15:00-15:15

Two algal extracts activate tomato root immunity, a step forward in plant vaccination
Maïté Vicré, Maxime Gotté, Quentin Arnaudin, Gaëlle Durambur, Yohana Laloum, Eric Nguema-Ona, Azeddine Driouich, Marie-Laure Follet-Gueye

Poster flash presentations

15:15-15:20

What it takes to development and launch of a successful biological nematicidal product
Matt Tarver

15:20-15:25

How chitosans can be used to control the plant-parasitic nematode Meloidogyne incognita in tomato plants
Naivy Yuvicel Nava Cruz, Johannes Hallmann, Bruno Moerschbacher

15:25-15:30

Isolation and evaluation of a nematicidal compound from Aspergillus welwitschiae against Meloidogyne graminícola
Wenkun Huang, Chao Xiang, Shiming Liu, Deliang Peng

Plenary Session
15:30-16:00

AuditoriumPlenary 12


16:00-16:15

Closure congress