Dear colleagues,

just a little reminder for your IUFRO group meeting on wendesday.

To participate you have to register at the following link first :

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

I hope to see you all on wednesday.

all the best


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Sujet : [IUFRO WP 2.08.05] Virtual meeting 8th December
Date : Fri, 3 Dec 2021 11:34:28 +0100
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Copie à : Stephane Ponton <>, Arivoara Rabarijaona <>, Vincent Badeau <>,, Scott O'Donnell <>,

Dear colleagues,

Our meeting date draws closer. Our online meeting will take place next week on the
8th of December, 21-23 GMT (22-24 Paris CET). So please don't forget that this means early afternoon on the 8th December for Americans (13-15 San Francisco, 15-17 Chicago, 17-19 Buenos Aires), late  in the day/night for people in Europe (22-24 Paris CET) and early the next day (9th of December) for scientist from the Asia region (Shanghai 5-7 ;Tokyo 6-8). Please recheck your local times against GMT.

We will use Zoom for the meeting, please register in advance for the meeting :

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Please join the meeting early enough, so that we can start on time.

As you will remember, the meeting principle is to watch the talks before the meeting, so that we can use the meeting time, after a short introduction, mainly for discussions.

You will be able to watch the talks before the meeting on either Youtube or Youku. You will find the youtube links already below, the Youku links will follow in a later email.

All the videos are in the youtube playlist of the December 2021 meeting :

It will facilitate the discussions during the meeting if you submit your questions before the meeting. You have different possibilities to do this : a) you can use the Slack that we used already last time (there is a new channel for each talk), b) you can use the comment section of Youtube or Youku for each talk, which requires to log into Youtube or Youku. c) you can also send your questions to , clearly indicating the talk title for each question. As the Slack will also allow us to add questions during the meeting and to continue discussions after the meeting, we will also copy all the questions from youtube/youku/email into the relevant Slack channel. If you had already used the IUFRO2.08.05 Slack working space the last time, you just need to go to , login and chose the IUFRO.2.08.05 working space. Otherwise you can use the link below to join the IUFRO Slack working space :

We will have 2 hours for the meeting. The tentative schedule will be (using GMT times) :

21:00 Welcome, introduction to the meeting and its program

21:15 – 22:30  talk discussions (15min each, including a 2 min introduction of the talk by the presenter, using one slide)

21:15 Scott O’Donnell from the University of California, USA, on Detecting Adaptive Introgression in Two Southern Californian White Oaks (Quercus sect. Quercus) Co-Authors:  ST Fitzgibbon, VL Sork

180s live talk

21:30 Arivoara Rabarijaona from UMR Silva, INRAE, France, on Provenance differences in water-use efficiency among sessile oak populations grown in a mesic common garden. Co-Authors : S Ponton, J Levillain, D Bert, A Ducousso, B Richard, O Brendel

21:45 Ludovic Duvaux from UMR Biogeco, INRAE, France on Genomics of adaptation in the European white oak : First steps toward the construction of pangenomes. Co-Authos: S Bouallegue, D Coq--Etchegaray, E Lacoste, W Marande, Q Trang-Bui, V Decroocq, J-M Aury, B Brachi, Ch Plomion

https not available yet, please watch the playlist.

22:00 Chuck Cannon from the Morton Arboretum, IL USA, on Old and ancient trees are life history lottery winners and evolutionary resources for long-term adaptive capacity. Co-Authors: G Piovesan and S Munné-Bosch

22:15 Teruyoshi Nagamitsu from the Forestry and Forest Product Research Institute, Japan, on Environment-dependent introgression between white oak species in northern Japan

22:30 Andrew Hipp from the Morton Arboretum, IL USA, on Consequences of diversity in Asian and American oak syngameons for functional variation, adaptation and symbiont biodiversity. Co-Authors : Paul Manos, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Baosheng Wang, Xiaojuan Liu, Keping Ma and others.

22:45 Discussions of future activities of the working group (in-person meeting)

23:00 End of the meeting

We hope to see you all there, virtually

And, if you haven't done so yet, please fill in the survey on your group members rapidly. Thanks.

The link to the survey is:

best regards

Oliver Brendel Chuck Cannon Keiko Kitamura

Oliver Brendel
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