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3 Δεκ 2012 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 11 μήνες)

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DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






1




3
r
d

Annual Conference

American Council for Medicinally Active Plants

(ACMAP)

May 22
-
25, 2012

Arkansas State University

(ASU)
,

Jonesboro,

Arkansas,

USA



Tuesday, May 22, 2012


Arkansas Biosciences Institute
-
ABI

(ASU campus)


5:00



6:00

pm


ACMAP Board
of Directors Meeting

(ABI)

(ABI
-

room 220)


6:00



8
:00 pm


Reception and
Registration

Arkansas Biosciences Institute
-

Tour



Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Student Union

(
Auditorium & Centennial Hall,
ASU campus)


7:30



8:30

am

Registration

and Poster Setup

8:30



9:00

am

Welcome and Greetings:


Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar
,
Program Chair and Host
,
Arkansas State University
;

Vice
-
President,
ACMAP


Tim Hudson
, Chancellor, Arkansas State University


Agnes Rimando
,

USDA
-
ARS, Natural Pro
ducts Utilization Research Unit;
President
,
ACMAP

9:00



10:00

am

Plenary Session I

(Student Union


Auditorium)


"Bio
e
xploration for
n
atural
h
ealth
p
roducts:
f
rom the
c
loud
f
orests of Ecuador to the plants in
your own backyard"


Mary Ann Lila


Plants for

Human Health Institute

North Carolina State University,

NC,

USA

10:00



10:15

am

Coffee Break and
Networking

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






2



A

(Centennial Hall, room A)

B

(Centennial Hall, room U)

Concurrent
Sessions

Session 1
A


Ethnobotanical information / M
etabolism
of
phytochemicals



Chair:
Travis Marsico

(Arkansas State
University, AR, USA)

Session 1B


I
solation,

structure characterization and
modification of medicinally active
compounds


Cha
ir:

Agnes Rimando
(USDA ARS,
Natural Products Utilization Research
University, MS, USA)

10:15



10:45

am

K1.
Keynote Presentation
:



“The value of dereplications

on understanding
the worth of

traditional pharmacopeias”



Memory Elvin
-
Lewis

(Washington University
at St, Louis, MO
, USA
)

K2.
Keynote Presentation:


"The
d
iscovery of
b
ioactive
c
ompounds:
From
a
ncestral
m
edicine to
m
olecular
m
odeling"


Cesar Compadre

(University of Arkansas
for Medical Sciences, AR, USA)

10:45



11:05

am

Oral 1:


“Under
-
developed potential of Ozark medicinal
plants”


Steven Foster
(Steven
Foster Group, Inc. AR,
USA)

Oral 4
:


“Plant
-
derived human glycogen synthase
kinase 3 beta inhibitors”


Robert
Doerksen

(University of Mississippi,
MS, USA)

11:05



11:25

am

Oral 2:


“Phytochemical modulators of human drug
metabolism: An introduction to
herb
-
drug
interactions”


Bill Gurley

(University of Arkansas for Medical
Sciences, AR
, USA
)

Oral 5
:


“Cannabis: Old plant, new chemistry and
new biology”



Samir Ross
(University of Mississippi,
MS, USA)

11:25



11:45

am

Oral 3:



“Pharmacokinetics &

bioavailability of Nepeta
cataria (Catnip) used by rural African
-
Americans”


Glenda
Smith

(
University of Alabama at
Birmingham, AL, USA)

Oral 6
:


“Biotransformation of taxadiene in transgenic
moss”



Aldwin Anterola

(Southern Illinois
University Carbondale
, IL, USA
)




11:45 am


1:00 pm

Lunch

and
P
oster viewing

(Centennial Hall)

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






3


Concurrent
Sessions

Session 2A


Natural compounds as therapeutic agents


Chair:
Prahlad Parajuli

(Wayne State
University & Karmanos
Cancer Institute
,

MI
,
USA
)

Session 2B


Medicinal Plant Research in Mexico and
South America


Chair:
Argelia Lorence
(Arkansas State
University, AR, USA
)

1:00


1:30 pm

K3. Keynote Presentation:


“IPI
-
926: A novel, oral, semisynthetic analog of
the
Veratrum californicum derived natural
product cyclopamine currently under
investigation for the treatment of Hedgehog
ligand
-
dependent cancers”


David Mann

(Infiniti Pharmaceuticals, MA,
USA)

Oral 14
:




Reversal of multidrug resistance by
m
orning
g
lory
resin glycosides in bacterial and
human cancer cells”




Rogelio Pereda
-
Miranda

(Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico)

1:30


2:00 pm


Oral 7:




Natural prenylated and synthetic resveratrol
analogs as novel ligands for cannabinoid
receptors”


Paul Prather

(University of Arkansas for
Medical Sciences, AR, USA)

Oral 15
:


“Cardenolides and cucurbitacins as antiviral
and antitumor agents”



Claudia Simoes

(Universidade Federal de
Santa Catarina
,

Brazil)

2:00


2:30 pm


Oral 8:



Pterostilbene

exhibits anti
-
anxiety effect in a
model for anxiolytic assessment”



Agnes Rimando

(USDA
-
ARS, Natural
Products
Utilization
Research Unit, MS, USA)

Oral 16
:




Biosynthesis of benzylisoquinoline

alkaloids
in Argemone Mexicana, t
he Mexican prickly
poppy”


Felipe Vazquez
-
Flota

(Centro de
Investigaciones Científicas de Yucatán,
Mexico)

2:30


3:00 pm


Oral 9
:



A novel antimalarial strategy based on whole
plant delivery of Artemisia annua L.




Pam Weathers

(Worcester Polytechnic
Institute, MA, USA)

Oral 17
:


“Multidisciplinary research on Peruvian
medicinal plants”



Rosario Rojas

(Universidad Peruana
Cayetano Heredia, Peru)

3:00


3:10 pm


Coffee b
reak

and Networking


Concurrent
Sessions

Session
3
A


Session
3B


DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






4


Natural compounds as therapeutic agents


Chair:
Prahlad

Parajuli

(Wayne State
University & Karmanos Research Center,
Detroit, MI
,

USA

)

Postdoctoral Fellow Presentation
s


Chair:
Gary Stutte
(Kennedy Space
Center,

FL,

USA)

3:10


3:30 pm

Oral 10


“Flavonoids affect a direct loss of rotavirus
infectivity in the cell
-
free experimental system”




Steven Lipson

(St. Francis College, NY,
USA)

Oral 18



“Thymus vulgaris extract inhibited mold
growth, extended shelf life and i
mpro
ved the
flavor of enzymatic p
rotein hydrolyzate
beverage for a
thletes”


Wudeneh Letchamo
(
Rutgers University,
NJ, USA)

3:30


3:50 pm

Oral 11


“Molecular insight and chemosensitisation
potential of
t
hymoquinone in colon cancer
cells”


Sanjeev Banerjee
(Wayne State University
School of Medicine, MI, USA)

Oral 19


“QTL
associated with waterlogging tolerance
and related physiological traits in wheat”



Diana Carolina Ballesteros Benavides
(University of Arkansas
-
Fayetteville
, AR,
USA)

3:50


4:10 pm

Oral 12


“Antifungal drug discovery using natural
products



Melissa
Jacob

(National Center for Natural
Products Research, University of Mississippi,
MS, USA)

Oral 20


“Stable endosperm
-
production of CBHI
exocellulase in maize”


Deborah Vicuña Requesens

(Arkansas
Biosciences Institute, Arkansas State
University, AR, USA)

4:10


4:
3
0 pm

Oral 13


“Novel biflavonoids from the plant Taiwania
cryptomeriodes Hayata”



Mohammad Kamil

(Zayed Complex for
Herbal Research & Traditional Medicine, Abu
Dhabi, UAE)

Oral 21


“Camelina introduced to Hadiya

land is a
new sustainable health supplement in
Ethiopia”


Degefe Lechamo
(Canaan Coffee Co
.
,
Ethiopia)

4:
3
0


4:
40
pm


Coffee b
reak

and Networking




A

(Centennial Hall, room A)


B

(Centennial Hall, room U)

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






5


Concurrent
Sessions

Session
4
A


Selected
Graduate Student
Presentations


Chair:
Wudeneh Letchamo
(
Rutgers
University, NJ, USA)

Session
4B


Selected
Graduate Student
Presentations


Chair:
Rao Mentreddy
(Alabama A

&

M

University
,

AL,

USA)

4:
4
0


4:
5
5 pm

S1
:



“Engineering r
ice f
or elevated vitamin

C
c
ontent”



Katherine Lisko

(Arkansas Biosciences
Institute, Arkansas State University, AR, USA)

S
5
:


“Plant
-
made pharmaceutical proteins:
Targeting enzyme bioproduction and
delivery”


Walter Acosta

(Arkansas Biosciences
Institute, Arkansas State University, AR,
USA

4:
5
5


5:
1
0 pm

S2
:




Utilization of endangered American plant
resources
:

Volatile

components of
Lindera
melissifolia

(Lauraceae) drupes repel ticks”


Joonseok Oh

(University of Mississippi,
MS,
USA)

S
6
:


“Characterization of an Arabidopsis L
-
Gulono
-
1,4
-
lactone Oxidase (GLOase) in
Nicotiana benthamiana”


Siddique Imran Aboobucker
(Arkansas
Biosciences Institute, Arkansas State
University, AR, USA)

5:
1
0


5:
2
5 pm

S
3
:



“Antioxidant and anti
-
hyperglycemic properties
of
Tridax procumbens

asava”


Gauri Desai

(Auburn University, USA)



S
7
:


“Bioproduction of a thermostable enzyme for
processing AR energy beets”


Jose Tovar

(Arkansas Biosciences Institute,
Arkansas State

University, AR, USA)

5:
2
5


5:
40

pm

S
4
:


“Apigenin content of chamomile flower due to
exogenous salicylic acid”


Azam Abdollahzadeh Zaviejak
(Tarbiat
Modares University, Iran)

S
8
:


“Kinetic modeling of xylose oligomers
d
egradation
during dilute acid h
ydrolysis”


Ching
-
Shuan Lau
(University of Arkansas,
AR, USA)

5:4
0



6:
00

pm

Group
P
icture


(Student Union


1
st

Floor
-

Front Entrance by the water fountain)

6:00


9:00 pm

Poster
Session



All authors’ presence required


Reception




(Centennial Hall,
rooms A, S, U)

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






6



Thursday, May 24


Student Union

(
Auditorium & Centennial Hall,
ASU Campus)

8:15


8:45

am

Registration

8:45


9:00 am

Greetings:


Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar
, Program Chair and Host,
Arkansas State University;
Vice
-
President,
ACMAP


Carole
Cramer
,
Arkansas State University;
Director, P3
-
Plant Powered Production Center


9:00



10:00

am


Plenary session II


“Engineering phenylpropanoid metabolism for healthy foods”


Cathie Martin

John Innes Centre, United Kingdom


10:00



10:
15

am


Coffee Break and
Networking



A

(Centennial Hall, room A)

B

(Centennial Hall, room U)

Concurrent
sessions

Session
5A


Plant bioactives in cancer
chemoprevention


Chair:
Anait
S.
Levenson

(
University of
Mississippi Medical Center, MS, USA)

Session
5
B


Bioproduction and purification of
bioactive plant products


Chair:

Rebecca Parr
(Ar
kansas State
University, AR,

USA)


10:15


10:45 am

K
4
. Keynote Presentation:


“Using soy to inform anti
-
metastatic
therapeutic strategies”



Raymond Bergan

(Northwestern University,
IL, USA)

K
5
. Keynote Presentation:


“Root cultures as bioproduction systems of
health
-
beneficial compounds”


Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar

(
Arkansas
Biosciences Institute,
Arkansas State
University & Nature West, AR, USA)


10:45


11:05 am

Oral 2
2:



“Chemoprevention of prostate cancer by
resveratrol: Novel epigenetic mechanism of
action”

Oral 25
:



“The extraction of high value phytochemicals
phytochemicals

in the context of a
biorefinery: Sweetgum as a possibility”

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






7



Anait
S.
Levenson

(
University of Mississippi
Medical Center, MS, USA)


Danielle J. Carrier

(University o
f Arkansas
-
Fayetteville, AR, USA
)

11:05


11:25 am

Oral 2
3:


“Selective reactivation of mutant p53 by
methylseleninic acid through thiol
modification”


Yan Dong
(Tulane University, LA, USA)

Oral 2
6
:


“Beyond extraction: biosynthesis of active
ingredients of medicinal plants by metabolic
engineering”


Oliver Yu

(Donald Danforth Plant Science
Center, MO, USA)



11:25


11:45 am

Oral 2
4:


“Estrogen
receptor beta


an important
mediator of phytoestrogen action”


Jan
-
Ake Gustafsson


(University of
Houston, TX, USA)

Oral 2
7
:


“Bioproduction of stilbenes and localization of
resveratrol in grapevine cells using confocal
microscopy”


Thomas Chastang

(University of Reims
Champagne
-
Ardenne, France)

11:
45

am

12:45

pm

Lunch

and poster viewing

(Centennial Hall)

12:45


1:30 pm

Special Session 6A



Funding Opportunities at the National
Science Foundation



Tanja
Pietraß

(National Science Foundation,
USA)



(
Video
-
Conference,
Centennial Hall, Room A)



Special Session 6B


“Legalese of Research: confidentialit
y,
contracts, patents, startups
"


Brian Rogers
(Arkansas Biosciences
Institute Commercial Innovation Center,
AR, USA)


(Centennial Hall


Room
U
)




A

(Centennial Hall, room A)

B

(Centennial Hall, room U)

Concurrent
Sessions

Session
7
A


Propagation / Crop Improvement /
Micropropagation and germplasm
conservation


Chair:

Nirmal Joshee
(Fort Valley State
University, GA,
USA)


Session
7
B


Novel applications in plant
biotechnology



Chair:

Maureen Dolan
(Arkansas
Biosciences Institute, Arkansas State
University, AR, USA)

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






8


Co
-
chair:

Hazel Wetzstein
(University of
Georgia, Athens, GA)

1:30


2:00 pm

K
6
. Keynote Presentation:


“Ex Situ conservation of medicinal plants

diversity for the future”



David
Ellis
(
USDA
-
ARS National Center for
Genetic Resources Preservation
, USA)

K
7
. Keynote Presentation:



“Plant
-
based bioproduction

of
pharmaceutical proteins


pushing the
‘medicinally active’ envelop”

Carole Cramer

(Arkansas State University
& Biostrategies LC,

AR, USA)

2:00


2:20 pm

Oral 28
:


“Health benefits, production and consumption
of pomegranates”



Hazel Wetzstein

(University of Georgia, GA,
USA)

Oral
31
:


“Advancing drug development from plants


The Medicinal Plant Consortium
Experience”


Joe Chappell

(University of Kentucky,
KY,
USA
)


2:20


2:40 pm

Oral 29
:



Controlled Environments: A
tool for
enhancing
productivity and bioactivity of
medicinal p
lants



Gary Stutte

(Kennedy Space Center, USA &
Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland
)

Oral 32
:




Functional characterization of cytochrome
P450s involved in the sorgoleone
biosynthetic pathway in sorghum”


Zhiqiang Pan

(USDA
-
ARS, Natural
Products Utilization Research Unit, MS,
USA)

2:40


3:00 pm

Oral 30
:



“Effects of pre
-

and post
-
harvest conditions on
the health bioactivity of medicinal herbs”



Weiguang Yi

(University of Georgia, GA,
USA)

Oral 33
:



Image
-
based h
igh
-
throughput screening
and plant phenotyping


From active
ingredient screening to plant b
reeding





Ben Niehaus

(LemnaTec, Germany)



3:00


3:10 pm


Coffee break and Poster viewing










Special
Session

8
A



Natural Products and the Cancer Cell
Transcriptome



Special
Session

8B


Medicinal Plants from India



DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






9






3:10


3:
4
0

pm


The
effects of lutein, camptothecin, and
curcumin on prostate cancer and the r
ole of
miRNAs in the
LnCap cancer cell
t
ranscriptome



Richard Gunasekera


(University of Houston
-
Victoria, Texas
, USA
)


(Centennial Hall


Room
A
)


“Commercially important Indian medicinal &
aromatic plants”




Sathyanarayana Reddy Ganta


(Dr. Y.S.R. Horticultural University, India)



(Centennial Hall


Room U)


Concurrent

Sessions

Session
9
A


Volatile Oils: Characterization,

Medicinal
Uses and Production

Chair:
Valtcho Jeliazkov
(University of
Wyoming, WY, USA)

Session
9
B


Selected
Contributed
Presentations



Chair:
Jeff Adelberg
(Clemson University,
SC, USA)

3:40


4:10 pm

K
8
. Keynote Presentation:



“Trends, challenges and new discoveries with
volatile o
ils”


Jim Simon

(Rutgers University, NJ, USA)

Oral 37:


“Towards automation of micropropagation
using a mist bioreactor”


Pam Weathers

(Worcester Polytechnic
Institute, MA, USA)

4:10


4:
3
0 pm

Oral 3
4:



Distillation time alters essential oil yield
composition, and bioactivity in several plants”



Valtcho Jeliazkov
(University of Wyoming,
WY, USA)

Oral 38:



Skin protective effects of some plant
extracts (genus Ficus) against induced

to
xicological insults in rabbits”


Faqir Muhammad

(University of Agriculture
Faisalabad, Pakistan)

4:
3
0


4:
5
0 pm

Oral 3
5:


“Unique essential oils from Africa for the
development of natural plant product industry”



Rodolfo Juliani

(Rutgers University, NJ,
USA)

Oral 39:


“Antioxidant activity, phenolics content, and
other nutritional properties of new hot
pepper breeding lines”


Mohammad Jalaluddin

(
University of
Arkansas at Pine Bluff
, AR, USA)

4:
5
0


5:
1
0 pm

Oral 3
6:




Repellent and larvicidal activity of five
different Agastache essential oils and their
major constituents against Aedes aegypti”


Nurhayat Tabanca

(
University of Mississippi
,
MS, USA)

Oral 40:


“In vitro multiplication and conservation of
Theriophonum fischeri, an endangered
medicinal herb”


S. Rathinavel

(Saraswathi Narayanan
College
,
India)

DRAFT


April 10, 2012

Registration at
www.acmap.org


Organizer: Fabricio Medina
-
Bolivar (
fmedinabolivar@astate.edu
)

Co
-
Organizer: Agnes Rimando (
arimando@olemiss.edu
)






10



5:
1
0


7:00 pm

Networking

(
Posters need to be relocated



details to be provided
)


ACMAP Board of
Directors Meeting

(Student Union)




7:00


10:00 pm







Banquet




(
Student Union
-

Centennial Hall
)


Speci
al Presentation in Memory of Professor Norman
Farnsworth


Presentation of the ACMAP Journal


Presentation of
Awards


Announcement of the 4
th

Annual Conference of ACMAP (2013)

10 pm
-



Post
-
banquet entertainment

in historic downtown Jonesboro


(exact location to be announced)




Friday, May 25

Post conference field trip (advanced registration required)

8
:00 am


7:00 pm

Field trip to
Memphis:



Travel from Jonesboro to Memphis
:


Visit
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

(tour start
s at

time: 10 am)


Transportation to Overton Park and Lunch



Afternoon options

at Overton Park
:


Memphis Zoo


Memphis
Brooks
Museum of Art


Old Forest
Nature Hike



Return to Jonesboro (or Hotel in Memphis)