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SEB Glasgow 2009 Programme and Abstract Amendments

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    Programme and Abstract Amendments In this handout you will find amendments to the programme, additional posters, amendments to the abstracts and additional abstracts. The programme amendments and a list of the additional posters are on pages 1 12, arranged by day. The

    additional abstracts and abstract amendments are on pages 13 45, arranged by

    session.

    Programme Amendments

    thSunday 28 June

A4 - Replacement of mammalian models: the role of in vitro techniques with fish

    and invertebrates

    09:00 Prof Tom Hutchinson (PML, UK)

    The title of this talk will be “Role of in vitro techniques with aquatic animal cells for the environmental risk assessment of chemicals” (for abstract see page 17)

    09:35 Dr Vicki Stone (Napier University)

    The title of this talk will be Cellular interactions of nanoparticles

    A5 General Animal Biology

    This session is also organised by Kath Sloman (University of Plymouth)

    The following talk has been withdrawn and will be presented as a poster instead (poster number A5.83)

    16:00 Dr Jonathan Whittamore (University of Exeter)

    - The regulation of intestinal HCO secretion by marine fish: responding to changes in luminal 3

    osmotic pressure

     [A5.19]

    This will be replaced with:

    16:00 Dr Rod Wilson (University of Exeter)

    Drinking in fish contributes to the global marine inorganic carbon cycle [A5.19] (for abstract see

    page 19)

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    thMonday 29 June

P1 MEMBRANE TRANSPORT IN BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS

    The following talk has been withdrawn

    11:45 Dr Frank Lanfermeijer (University of Groningen)

    3 C: Chloride channels, Cadmium, and Calcium

     [P1.13]

P5 YOUNG SCIENTISTS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

    thThe 15.30 slot on Monday 29 June has been filled as follows:

    15:30 Samir Karaca (Middle East Technical University)

    Effects of Heat Stress on the Gene Expression Levels and Proteome Analysis of Heat

    Shock Proteins (Hsp1-Hsp2) in Melon Seedlings [P5.9] (for abstract see page 35 )

    thThe 16:30 slot on Monday 29 June has been filled as follows:

    16:30 Shanmugapriya Venkatachalam (Aberystwyth University) Identifying gene markers for defence and senescence in the BioFuel crop, Miscanthus

    [P5.12] (for abstract see page 36)

    THADDITIONAL POSTERS AND POSTER AMENDMENTS FOR MONDAY 29 JUNE

    (For abstracts see pages 13 -45)

    CSS THE EVOLUTION OF EVOLUTION WHAT WOULD YOU TELL DARWIN

    CSS.23 Molecular evolution of the piscidin gene from teleosts through positive selection - Jorge M.O. Fernandes*, Jareeporn Ruangsri and Kiron Viswanath (Bodø

    University College)

    CSS.24 XTH like activity: from green algae to vascular plants

     Vicky Van Sandt,Jean-Pierre Verbelen and Kris Vissenberg (University of Antwerp) CSS.25 Broadening and deepening the linkage between research and teaching Peter Lumsden, Stuart Hampton-Reeves (University of Central Lancashire)

A4 REPLACEMENT OF MAMMALIAN MODELS: THE ROLE OF IN VITRO TECHNIQUES WITH

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FISH AND INVERTEBRATES

The following poster has been withdrawn:

    Dr Cliff Rankin (Huddersfield University)

    Organ perfusion studies in fish; kidneys and gills [A4.17]

    The following additional posters have been submitted:

    A4.20 COMPARISON OF ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY OF 10 BENZOPHENONE DERIVATIVES IN HUMAN AND FISH IN VITRO REPORTER GENE ASSAYS

    11121 A. Cosnefroy, F. Brion, JM. Porcher, P. Balaguer and S. Aït-Aïssa

    1 INERIS, Unité d’Ecotoxicologie, BP2, f-60550 Verneuil-en-Halatte, France; 2INSERM U 896,2 Institut de Recherche en Cancérologie de Montpellier, f-34298 Montpellier, FranceA4.21 Zn toxicity to mussel hemocytes and gill cells in vitro

    Alberto Katsumiti & Miren P. Cajaraville*

    Laboratory of Cell Biology and Histology, Department of Zoology and Cell Biology, Faculty of Science and

    Technology, University of the Basque Country. Sarriena z/g, E- 48940 Leioa, Basque Country, Spain. *

A5 GENERAL ANIMAL BIOLOGY

    A5.82 Hepatic transcriptomics in response to hydrostatic pressure (3 MPa) in the shallow water teleost Oncorhynchus mykiss

    J.M. Wilson (CIIMAR); A.F. Gonçalves (CIIMAR); J. Ings (University of Waterloo); A. Damasceno-Oliveira (CIIMAR); N. Aluru (University of Waterloo); M.M Vijayan (University of Waterloo); J. Coimbra (CIIMAR).

    P1 MEMBRANE TRANSPORT IN BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC STRESS

P1.36 Selective Metal Binding of Arabidopsis Cation Diffusion Facilitators

    11, 231 Zeenat Noordally, Dorina Podar, Pawel Herzyk and Dale Sanders12University of York, Department of Biology, Area 9, York, YO10 5DD, UK, Faculty of Biology-Geology, 3Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, The Sir Henry Wellcome Functional Genomics Facility IBLS, Joseph Black Building, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ, UK.

    P1. 37 Optical contrast enhancement by decay shape analysis of fluorescence intensity decay curves 1221Frank Schleifenbaum, Kirstin Elgass, Marcus Sackrow, Katharina Caesar, Kenneth

    112Berendzen, Klaus Harter, Alfred J. Meixner

    1 Center for Plant Molecular Biology, Department of Plant Physiology, University of Tübingen, 72076 Tübingen, Germany,

    2 Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, University of Tübingen, 72076 Tübingen, Germany

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P1.38 STRUCTURE-FUNCTION ANALYSIS OF PLANT AQUAPORIN ATPIP2;1 GATING BY DIVALENT

    CATIONS AND PROTONS

    111A. Grondin, L. Verdoucq and C. Maurel

1BIOCHIMIE ET PHYSIOLOGIE MOLECULAIRE DES PLANTES, INSTITUT DE BIOLOGIE INTEGRATIVE DES

    PLANTES, UMR 5004 CNRS, UMR 0386 INRA/ MONTPELLIER SUPAGRO/ UNIVERSITE MONTPELLIER 2,

    F-34060 MONTPELLIER CEDEX 1, FRANCE

    P1.39 Investigation of Metal Specificity Determinants of Plant Cation Diffusion Facilitators

    1,21 Dorina Podar, Dale Sanders1 Department of Biology, University of York, Area 9, YO10 5DD, UK 2 Faculty of Biology-Geology, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

     P1.40 GPCR-type G proteins are essential for normal growth and development in

    Arabidopsis

    Gian-Enrico C. Freschet, Felix W. Jaffé, Billy M. Valdes, Jonathon G. Jerram, Lorraine E. Williams and Matthew J. Terry

    School of Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, SO16 7PX

P2 FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTION

    P2.18 Influence of photoperiod on growth, development, and sex expression of

    monoecious hemp (Cannabis sativa L.)

    Pierre Raulier (Université catholique de Louvain)

P2.19 The uniflora:blind:self pruning triple mutant: a ‘tulip-like’ tomato plant

    Muriel Quinet, Jean-Marie Kinet (Université catholique de Louvain)

    P5 YOUNG SCIENSTISTS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

    The following poster has been withdrawn:

    Dr Heng Yin (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics CAS)

    A new method for identification the oligochitosan binding protein on tobacco plasma membrane

    [P5.29]

    Additional posters:

    P5.34 Factors affecting leaf emergence rate in winter wheat abdabacabRim Baccar , Mariem Abichou , Tino Dornbusch , Philippe Gate , Bruno Andrieu a INRA, UMR 1091 EGC, F-78850 Thiverval-Grignon, France. b AgroParisTech, UMR 1091 EGC, F-78850 Thiverval-Grignon, France. 4

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c ARVALIS-Institut du végétal, chemin de la petite minière, 78280 Guyancourt, France d Corresponding author. Email: rbaccar@grignon.inra.fr

    P5.35 Medicago truncatula and Oryza sativa: different nuclear chromatin shapes 121Nuno Geraldo, Filipa Alves, Rita Abranches 1 Plant Cell Biology Laboratory, Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica, Avenida da República, 2E.A.N., 2781901 Oeiras; Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Rua da Quinta Grande, 6 2780-156 Oeiras, Portugal

    P5.36 Identification and Characterisation of Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Docking Domains in Arabidopsis.

    A.M. Winger, H. Hirt

    Unité de Recherche en Génomique Végétale, 2 rue Gaston Crémieux, 91057 Evry, France.

    P5.37 Manipulation of In vitro Adventitious Root Formation By Controlling The Expression Of A Retinoblastoma-Related (RBR) Protein

    1&21Yousef Al-Dlaigan and Andrew Fleming 1 Department of Animal & Plant Sciences, Alfred Denny Building, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK. 2 Department of Plant Production, College of Food & Agricultural Sciences, King Saud University, P.O.Box 2460 Riyadh 11451, SAUDI ARABIA.

    P5.38 Identifying gene markers for defence and senescence in the BioFuel crop, Miscanthus

    Shanmugapriya Venkatachalam, Paul Robson, Luis A. J Mur and Iain Donnison Biorenewables and Environmental change Division, Institute of Biological, Environment and Rural

    Sciences (IBERS), Aberystwyth University, Plas Gogerddan, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion , U.K. SY23 3E

    P5.39 Expression of functional human adenosine deaminase in plant cell suspensions and whole plants

    Sanjeewa Singhabahu (University of East London)

    P5.40 PRELIMINARY SELECTION OF PHOSPHATE SOLUBILISING PLANT GROWTH PROMOTING MICROORGANISMS

     1,22311*Fankem, H.; Ndongo Din; Nwaga, D.; Daniell, T.J. & George, T.S.

    1SCRI, Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA, UK.

    2University of Douala, Faculty of Science, Department of Plant Biology, Cameroon.

    3University of Yaoundé I, Faculty of Science, Department of Plant Biology and Physiology, Cameroon.

    1*Corresponding author and where work was conducted: SCRI, Invergowrie, Dundee, DD2 5DA, UK. Tel: +44(0)1382 562731, Fax: +44(0)1382 562426. E-mail: tim.george@scri.ac.uk

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P5.41 A New Transporter Involved in Copper Homeostasis in Arabidopsis

    Ilaria Zanardi, Edgar Peiter and Dale Sanders

    University of York, Department of Biology, YO10 5DD, UK

    P6 MODELLING PLANT SYSTEMS CELLS TO AGR0-SYSTEMS

    P6.41 PASTAR: Tool for Image Analysis of Rice Panicle Structure

    123 Yoshitsugu Hirose, Mayuko Ikeda, and Hidemi Kitano 1. Fundamental Technology Research Center, Honda R&D Co., Ltd. 2. Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University 3. Bioscience and Biotechnology Center, Nagoya University

    thTuesday 30 June

P4 PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS

    The programme has been changed and will now run as follows: Session organised by Dr. Paul Devlin (Royal Holloway University) and Dr. Matthew

    Terry (University of Southampton)

    Session sponsored by SEB Plant Development Group

    Chair: Dr. Paul Devlin

09:00 Prof. Giltsu Choi (KAIST Korea)

    Phytochromes coordinate hormone signalling to promote seed germination [P4.6]

09:50 Dr. Didier Combes (INRA - URP3F)

    Impending effects of transpiration in blue light regulation of leaf growth [P4.2]

10:10 Refreshment break

Chair: Professor Brian Thomas

    10:40 Dr. Chenato Lin (University of California Los Angeles) Blue light suppression of CIB1 protein degradation in Arabidopsis [P4.3] 6

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    11:20 Dr. Irina Strizh (Faculty of Biology M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University) Superoxide production in the Arabidopsis root tip depends on light [P4.4]

    11:40 Dr. Enrique Lopez-Juez (Royal Holloway University of London) Regulatory processes underscoring the light control of shoot meristem activity and leaf initiation [P4.5]

12:10 Lunch

Chair: Professor Gareth Jenkins

13:40 Prof. Akira Nagatani (Kyoto University)

    Structural basis of phyA-specific properties [P4.8]

    14:20 Dr. Ida Ruberti (Institute of Molecular Biology and Pathology National Research Council Rome)

    Regulatory networks for the shade avoidance response [P4.7]

    14:50 Dr. Paul F Devlin (Royal Holloway University of London)

    FHY3 and FAR1 mediate red light input to the Arabidopsis circadian clock [P4.10] 15:10 Refreshment break

Chair: Dr. Matthew Terry

15:40 Dr. Eve-Marie Josse (University of Edinburgh)

    The bHLH transcription factor SPT and DELLA proteins act together to regulate cell size of Arabidopsis cotyledons in a GAdependant manner. [P4.9]

    16:00 Prof. Christian Fankhauser (University of Lausanne)

    Regulation of shade avoidance by a network of bHLH class transcription factors [P4.15] (for abstract see page 34)

16:50 Tribute to the career of Garry Whitelam Prof. Brian Thomas

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P5 YOUNG SCIENTISTS IN PLANT BIOLOGY

    The following talk has been withdrawn and will be presented as a poster instead: 14:00 Mrs DLC Kumari Fonseka (Integrative Cell Biology Laboratory Durham University Durham DH1 3LE UK)

    The Role of AtVAMP714 in Arabidopsis Development

     [P5.20]

    C5P7 LEAF FORM AND FUNCTION

    15:40 Dr Uli Schurr (University of Juelich) [C5P7.16]

    This lecture will now be presented by Dr Achim Walter (University of Juelich)

    THADDITIONAL POSTERS AND POSTER AMENDMENTS TUESDAY 30 JUNE

    (For abstracts see pages 13 45)

    A2. MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ASPECTS OF TISSUE ADAPTATION AND REPAIR

    A2.19 GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING IN RAT BRAIN EXPOSED TO HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA AND THE EFFECT OF COBALT PRECONDITIONING. 1*2Shrivastava K.*, Bansal A., Mustoori S.

    *Experimental Biology Division, Defence Institute of Physiology & Allied Sciences, DRDO, Lucknow Road, Timarpur, Delhi-110054,India. 1* Medical Histology, Faculty of Medicine, M5, Department of Cell Biology, Physiology and Immunology Neuroscience Institute, Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Bellaterra 08193, Spain 2 Biologicals E Ltd. Hyderabad, India.

    A3 PROGRESS IN ION TRANSPORTING CELL RESEARCH: STUDIES ON INVERTEBRATE AND VERTEBRATE MODELS AND THEIR REGULATION

    A3.24 Identification of a branchial organic anion transport protein (OATP) in the lamprey (Petromyzon marinus l.)

    Wilson, J.M.(Ecofisiologia, CIIMAR) Bastos, E. (Ecofisiologia, CIIMAR), Reis-Santos, P.N. (Universidade de Lisboa), McCormick, S.D. (US Geological Survey)

    A5 GENERAL ANIMAL BIOLOGY

    -A5.83 Intestinal HCO secretion by the seawater-adapted killifish (Fundulus 3

    heteroclitus)

    1212J. M. Whittamore, E. M. Mager, R. W. Wilson & M. Grosell 1School of Biosciences, University of Exeter, UK. 2RSMAS, University of Miami, USA.

    A6 GENERAL BIOMECHANICS

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    A6.69 Investigating Dynamic Architectural Heterogeneity in Skeletal Muscle: Preliminary Results

    Emma F. Hodson-Tole, Constantinos N. Maganaris, Vasilios Baltzopoulos and Ian D. Loram

    Institute for Biomedical Research in Human Movement and Health, Manchester Metropolitan University

    A6.70 Aberrant tendon-properties cause abnormal limb-posture in Friesian dwarfs

    1*223Sander W.S. Gussekloo, Jerta Lankester, Wim Kersten, and Willem Back

    1Experimental Zoology Group, Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences, Wageningen University,

    2Marijkeweg 40, 6709 PG Wageningen, The Netherlands. Division of Anatomy and Physiology,

    Department of Pathobiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, Yalelaan 1, NL-3584

    3CL Utrecht, The Netherlands. Division of Surgery, Department of Equine Sciences, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, Yalelaan 114, NL-3584 CM Utrecht, The Netherlands. A7 INTEGRATION OF ACTIVE AND PASSIVE CONTROL MEACHANISMS IN

    LOCOMOTION

    A7.15 Ground Reaction Forces from a Crawling Soft-bodied Legged Animal: The Biomechanical Roles of Caterpillar Prolegs

    Huai-Ti Lin, Barry Trimmer [Tufts University Biology, Medford, MA, USA] A9 PHYSIOLOGY ENERGETICS

    The following poster has been withdrawn:

    A9.18 Physiological energetics may contribute to competitive exclusion in African killfish (Aphyosemion spp.)

    Dr David J McKenzie (CNRS Montpellier)

and replaced with:

    A9.18 Effects of metabolism on lifespan and anti-oxidant enzymes in laboratory mice

    Duarte, L.C.,Vaanholt, L.M., Speakman, J.R. (University of Aberdeen) C1 PROTEIN FOLDING AND GENERAL MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY

    C1.18 Promoting the formation of an active synthetase/tRNA complex by a non-specific tRNA-binding domain

    11112Chia-Pei Chang, Grace Lin, Shun-Jia Chen, Wen-Chih Chiu, Wen-Heng Chen, and

    1Chien-Chia Wang* 12Department of Life Science, National Central University, Jung-li, 32001Taiwan, and Institute of

    Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, 32546 Taiwan.

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     C1.19 Insight into the evolution of yeast valyl-tRNA synthetase Wen-Chih Chiu, Chia-Pei Chang, and Chien-Chia Wang

    Department of Life Science, National Central University, Jung-li 32001, Taiwan C1.20 Mutation of the membrane-associated M1 protease APM1 results in distinct embryonic and seedling developmental defects

    111121WA Peer, FN Hosein, A Bandyopadhyay, SN Makam, MS Otegui, GJ Lee, JJ

    111111Blakeslee, Y Cheng, B Titapiwatanakun, B Yakubov, B Bangari, AS Murphy 1Department of Horticulture, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 2Department of Botany, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706

    C1.21 Constitutive expression of a fungal glucose oxidase gene in transgenic tobacco confers chilling tolerance

    Subbiyan Maruthasalam, Yi Lun Liu, Pei Ying Chen, Ching Mei Sun and Chin Ho Lin* Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan, ROC. *Corresponding author: E-mail: chinho@dragon.nchu.edu.tw; Tel.: +886-4-22862511; Fax: +886-4-22862511

    C1.22 Movement and remodeling of the higher plant endoplasmic reticulum.

    1222L. Griffing, I. Sparkes, J. Runions, and C. Hawes 1 Dept. Biological Sciences, 3258 TAMU, Texas A & M University, College Station, TX 77843-3258 2 School of Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, OX3 0BP, UK

    C3 The Evolution of the Eukaryotic Cell

    C3.11 Origin and diversification of clathrin mediated endocytosis

    Luigi Cibrario (University of Exeter)

    C3.12 Inferring the phylogeny of the kinetoplastids; a comparative genomics study using maximal genome content when few taxa are available 1231Guy Leonard, Peter Foster, Jamie Stevens, Thomas A. Richards

     1Centre for Eukaryotic Evolutionary Microbiology, School of Biosciences, University of Exeter, Geoffrey Pope Building, Exeter, EX4 4QD, UK. 2Department of Zoology, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD, UK. 3School of Biosciences, University of Exeter, Geoffrey Pope Building, Exeter, EX4 4QD, UK.

C3.13 Tracing the early evolution of eukaryotic DNA replication

    Yuan Liu, Thomas A. Richards and Stephen J. Aves

    School of Biosciences, University of Exeter, Geoffrey Pope Building, Stocker Road, Exeter EX4 4QD

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