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Conference schedule in compact form (3)07/02/2017
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1:: 18/09/2017...22/09/2017
  Monday
18/09/2017
Tuesday
19/09/2017
Wednesday
20/09/2017
Thursday
21/09/2017
Friday
22/09/2017
09:00-10:00 A new species of Sphaerulina and its Phloeospora anamorph, with potential for biological control of Mimosa pigra
Dina B. Blevins, Prof. [Chairman]
Terrence A. Riley, Prof. [Contributor]
Jennie L. Valenzuela, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
“Neural capacity” in Mimosa pudica: a review
Leland C. Allison, Dr. [Chairman]
Johnny V. Powell, Prof. [Contributor]
Oscar J. Stanley, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Cellular
4-Ethylgallic acid from two Mimosa species
Janet F. Avila, Prof. [Chairman]
Danny J. Reynolds, Dr. [Contributor]
Ross O. Sutton, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
4?-Hydroxymaysin and cassiaoccidentalin B, two unusual C-glycosylflavones from Mimosa pudica (Mimosaceae)
Vicki P. Atkinson, Prof. [Chairman]
Cassandra W. Preston, Dr. [Contributor]
Martha P. Stephenson, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanomedicine
A novel ATP-Adpase from Mimosa pulvinus
Biology
Pamela B. Bradford, Prof. [Chairman]
Ray D. Ryan, Dr. [Contributor]
Kim V. Vincent, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Arabinogalactans from Mimosa tenuiflora (Willd.) Poiret bark as active principles for wound-healing properties: Specific enhancement of dermal fibroblast activity and minor influence on HaCaT keratino
Emma N. Byers, Dr. [Chairman]
Denise T. Small, Dr. [Contributor]
Herman N. Wolfe, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
Behavioral plasticity in the sensitive plant, Mimosa
Leland C. Allison, Dr. [Chairman]
Trevor Z. Carlson, Dr. [Contributor]
Oscar J. Stanley, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
Changes in Membrane Potential related to Glycine Uptake in the Motor Cell of the Pulvinus of Mimosa pudica
Nanomedicine
Pamela B. Bradford, Prof. [Chairman]
Felipe G. Cortez, Dr. [Contributor]
Kim V. Vincent, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology, host specificity, release and establishment of Macaria pallidata and Leuciris fimbriaria (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), biological control agents of the weed Mimosa pigra
Vicki P. Atkinson, Prof. [Chairman]
Jamey D. Carson, Prof. [Contributor]
Martha P. Stephenson, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Cellular
Determination of N,N-dimethyltryptamine in Mimosa tenuiflora inner barks by matrix solid-phase dispersion procedure and GC–MS
Nadine U. Bright, Dr. [Chairman]
Cecil U. Dennis, Prof. [Contributor]
Kelly O. Wolf, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Cellular
Drugs affecting sensitivity to stimuli in the plant Mimosa and the protozoan Spirostomum
Emma N. Byers, Dr. [Chairman]
Cathleen K. Dillard, Dr. [Contributor]
Herman N. Wolfe, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Microfluidics
Calcium Regulation of Glycine Uptake by Mimosa pudica Pulvinar Cells
Angel D. Barry, Prof. [Chairman]
Faith P. Clements, Prof. [Contributor]
John U. Thomas, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanotoxicology
Effect of mimosa tannin and pectin on microbial protein synthesis and gas production during in vitro fermentation of 15N-labelled maize shoots
Janet F. Avila, Prof. [Chairman]
Don M. Chapman, Prof. [Contributor]
Laurel S. Fitzpatrick, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanomedicine
Effects of Mimosa tenuiflora on larval establishment of Haemonchus contortus in sheep
Dina B. Blevins, Prof. [Chairman]
Darnell O. Cobb, Dr. [Contributor]
Daryl K. Fox, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Microfluidics
Evaluating the impact of biological control against Mimosa pigra in Australia: Comparing litterfall before and after the introduction of biological control agents
Audrey N. Brennan, Prof. [Chairman]
Keith Z. Cox, Dr. [Contributor]
Monica H. Garrison, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
10:15-11:15 Aqueous root extracts from Mimosa albida Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd display antinociceptive activity in mice
Nadine U. Bright, Dr. [Chairman]
Tonya Z. Shepherd, Dr. [Contributor]
Kelly O. Wolf, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Biology
Dyeing of white and indigo dyed cotton fabrics with Mimosa tenuiflora extract
Cellular
Leland C. Allison, Dr. [Chairman]
Trevor Z. Carlson, Dr. [Contributor]
Barry O. Dixon, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Anticonvulsant activity of Mimosa pudica decoction
Audrey N. Brennan, Prof. [Chairman]
Billie P. Salas, Prof. [Contributor]
Jared R. Watts, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
A 5-deoxyflavonol derivative in Mimosa pudica
Angel D. Barry, Prof. [Chairman]
Diana Y. Rich, Dr. [Contributor]
John U. Thomas, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology
Application of analytical methods for the structural characterization and purity assessment of N,N-dimethyltryptamine, a potent psychedelic agent isolated from Mimosa tenuiflora inner barks
Terrell M. Briggs, Dr. [Chairman]
Stacy A. Shaffer, Dr. [Contributor]
Vance R. Wise, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
Embryonic death in goats caused by the ingestion of Mimosa tenuiflora
Nanomedicine
Pamela B. Bradford, Prof. [Chairman]
Felipe G. Cortez, Dr. [Contributor]
Daren U. French, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Circadian Response to Microwaves by Mimosa pudica L.
Audrey N. Brennan, Prof. [Chairman]
Keith Z. Cox, Dr. [Contributor]
Jared R. Watts, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology
Biosorption of Cu(II) from aqueous solutions by mimosa tannin gel
Janet F. Avila, Prof. [Chairman]
Don M. Chapman, Prof. [Contributor]
Ross O. Sutton, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanomedicine
Cellular and chloroplast lipid composition of the leaves of Mimosa pudica
Dina B. Blevins, Prof. [Chairman]
Darnell O. Cobb, Dr. [Contributor]
Jennie L. Valenzuela, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Cellular
Circadian variations in biologically closed electrochemical circuits in Aloe vera and Mimosa pudica
Terrell M. Briggs, Dr. [Chairman]
Laurie Y. Deleon, Prof. [Contributor]
Vance R. Wise, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
Effects of Methylxanthines on Seismonastic Reaction, Proton Flux, Membrane Potential, Respiration and Calcium Uptake in Motor Cells of Mimosa pudica Pulvinus
Microfluidics
Angel D. Barry, Prof. [Chairman]
Faith P. Clements, Prof. [Contributor]
Gustavo V. Flynn, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Effect of Mimosa pudica root extract on vaginal estrous and serum hormones for screening of antifertility activity in albino mice
Vicki P. Atkinson, Prof. [Chairman]
Jamey D. Carson, Prof. [Contributor]
Sonia X. Estes, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanomedicine
Evapotranspiration of herbaceous mimosa (Mimosa strigillosa), a new drought-resistant species in the southeastern United States
Nadine U. Bright, Dr. [Chairman]
Cecil U. Dennis, Prof. [Contributor]
Scott C. Gonzalez, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanomedicine
Flavonoid glycosides in the leaves of Mimosa species
Nanotoxicology
Trevor Z. Carlson, Dr. [Chairman]
Barry O. Dixon, Dr. [Contributor]
Leo E. Guzman, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Fire as a Management Tool for a Tropical Woody Weed: Mimosa pigra in Northern Australia
Emma N. Byers, Dr. [Chairman]
Cathleen K. Dillard, Dr. [Contributor]
Teddy Q. Greer, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Microfluidics
11:30-12:30          
12:45-13:45 Germination of four species of the genus Mimosa (leguminosae) in a semi-arid zone of Central Mexico
Faith P. Clements, Prof. [Chairman]
Gustavo V. Flynn, Dr. [Contributor]
Leticia D. Hinton, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
Influence of impregnating wood particles with mimosa bark extract on some properties of particleboard
Cellular
Sonia X. Estes, Dr. [Chairman]
Alvin Q. Harvey, Prof. [Contributor]
Marcia R. Kline, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Phenology, and seed production and germination of seven endemic Mimosa species (Fabaceae-Mimosoideae) of the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Valley, Mexico
Shane S. Howard, Dr. [Chairman]
Rosemarie Z. Lindsay, Dr. [Contributor]
Tamara Y. Navarro, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Microfluidics
Membrane effects of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in motor cells of Mimosa pudica L.
Francisco B. Garza, Prof. [Chairman]
Preston J. Ingram, Prof. [Contributor]
Natalie W. Maynard, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology
Metal biosorption capability of Cupriavidus taiwanensis and its effects on heavy metal removal by nodulated Mimosa pudica
Scott C. Gonzalez, Dr. [Chairman]
Javier P. Jensen, Dr. [Contributor]
Dean R. Mcdonald, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Cellular
Host Selection and Host Range of the Flower-Feeding Weevil,Coelocephalapion pigrae,a Potential Biological Control Agent ofMimosa pigra
Felipe G. Cortez, Dr. [Chairman]
Daren U. French, Prof. [Contributor]
Shane S. Howard, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Microfluidics
Host Plant Phenotype and the Impact and Development of Carmenta Mimosa, a Biological Control Agent of Mimosa pigrain Australia
Darnell O. Cobb, Dr. [Chairman]
Daryl K. Fox, Dr. [Contributor]
Tracey C. Houston, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Cellular
Galactomannan from the seeds of Mimosa scabrella: a scale-up process
Don M. Chapman, Prof. [Chairman]
Laurel S. Fitzpatrick, Dr. [Contributor]
Enrique N. Hines, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanotoxicology
Host Specificity and Biology of the Moth Psigida walkeri (Lepidoptera: Citheroniidae), a Potential Biological Control Agent for Mimosa diplotricha in Australia and the South Pacific
Biology
Keith Z. Cox, Dr. [Chairman]
Monica H. Garrison, Dr. [Contributor]
Dirk K. Huff, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Flavonoids from Mimosa xanthocentra (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) and molecular modeling studies for isovitexin-2?-O-?-l-rhamnopyranoside rotamers
Jamey D. Carson, Prof. [Chairman]
Sonia X. Estes, Dr. [Contributor]
Alvin Q. Harvey, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
Evaluation of wound healing activity of root of Mimosa pudica
Terrell M. Briggs, Dr. [Chairman]
Laurie Y. Deleon, Prof. [Contributor]
Francisco B. Garza, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanotoxicology
Integrated weed management: effect of herbicide choice and timing of application on the survival of a biological control agent of the tropical wetland weed, Mimosa pigra
Microfluidics
Gustavo V. Flynn, Dr. [Chairman]
Leticia D. Hinton, Prof. [Contributor]
Angel V. Larson, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Hyperglycemic effect of leaves of Mimosa pudica Linn
Cecil U. Dennis, Prof. [Chairman]
Scott C. Gonzalez, Dr. [Contributor]
Javier P. Jensen, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanomedicine
In vitro antiherpetic and antirotaviral activities of a sulfate prepared from Mimosa scabrella galactomannan
Microfluidics
Barry O. Dixon, Dr. [Chairman]
Leo E. Guzman, Prof. [Contributor]
Tara K. Kemp, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Imbibition phases and germination response of Mimosa bimucronata (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) to water submersion
Cathleen K. Dillard, Dr. [Chairman]
Teddy Q. Greer, Dr. [Contributor]
Latanya O. Jones, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Cellular
14:00-15:00 Responses of herbaceous mimosa (Mimosa strigillosa), a new reclamation species, to cyclic moisture stress
Tara K. Kemp, Prof. [Chairman]
Derick F. Mcguire, Dr. [Contributor]
Ryan G. Perkins, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanomedicine
Movements and Bioelectrical Events Induced by Photostimulation in the Primary Pulvinus of Mimosa pudica
Alvin Q. Harvey, Prof. [Chairman]
Marcia R. Kline, Dr. [Contributor]
Vicky D. Mckay, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Cellular
Pharmacognosy of Mimosa tenuiflora (Willd.) Poiret
Tracey C. Houston, Prof. [Chairman]
Penny E. Leach, Prof. [Contributor]
Patricia U. Morrow, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
Phytochemical screening, antibacterial and free radical scavenging effects of Artemisia nilagirica, Mimosa pudica and Clerodendrum siphonanthus – An in–vitro study
Preston J. Ingram, Prof. [Chairman]
Natalie W. Maynard, Dr. [Contributor]
Monty W. Norton, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanomedicine
Life cycle and host testing procedures for Carmenta mimosa Eichlin and Passoa (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae), a biological control agent for Mimosa pigra L. (Mimosaceae) in Australia
Daren U. French, Prof. [Chairman]
Shane S. Howard, Dr. [Contributor]
Rosemarie Z. Lindsay, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
Mimosa pudica may possess antidepressant actions in the rat
Teddy Q. Greer, Dr. [Chairman]
Latanya O. Jones, Prof. [Contributor]
Erin Y. Mcdowell, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanotoxicology
Influence of Parasitism by Pilostyles ingae (Rafflesiaceae) on its Host Plant, Mimosa naguirei (Leguminosae)
Laurel S. Fitzpatrick, Dr. [Chairman]
Enrique N. Hines, Dr. [Contributor]
Kelly G. Lang, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Cellular
Ion Efflux from Pulvinar Cells during Slow Downward Movement of the Petiole of Mimosa pudica L. Induced by Photostimulation
Daryl K. Fox, Dr. [Chairman]
Tracey C. Houston, Prof. [Contributor]
Penny E. Leach, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
Malacorhinus irregularis for biological control of Mimosa pigra: host-specificity, life cycle, and establishment in Australia
Monica H. Garrison, Dr. [Chairman]
Dirk K. Huff, Prof. [Contributor]
Marion P. Lloyd, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
Regulation of glycine uptake by calcium channel modulators in pulvinar cells of Mimosa pudica
Latanya O. Jones, Prof. [Chairman]
Erin Y. Mcdowell, Prof. [Contributor]
Sara U. Pacheco, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Biology
Responses of herbaceous mimosa (Mimosa strigillosa), a new reclamation species, to soil pH
Marcia R. Kline, Dr. [Chairman]
Vicky D. Mckay, Prof. [Contributor]
Dominick C. Phelps, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanomedicine
Hyaluronidase and protease activities from Indian snake venoms: neutralization by Mimosa pudica root extract
Laurie Y. Deleon, Prof. [Chairman]
Francisco B. Garza, Prof. [Contributor]
Preston J. Ingram, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanotoxicology
Morphing structures and signal transduction in Mimosa pudica L. induced by localized thermal stress
Leo E. Guzman, Prof. [Chairman]
Tara K. Kemp, Prof. [Contributor]
Derick F. Mcguire, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Biology
Teratogenicity of Mimosa tenuiflora seeds to pregnant rats
Penny E. Leach, Prof. [Chairman]
Patricia U. Morrow, Dr. [Contributor]
Cassandra W. Preston, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanomedicine
Movements, Bioelectrical Events and Proton Excretion Induced in the Pulvini of Mimosa pudica L. by a Period of Darkness
Enrique N. Hines, Dr. [Chairman]
Kelly G. Lang, Prof. [Contributor]
Sherrie A. Melendez, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Cellular
15:15-16:15 The effect of manual defoliation and Macaria pallidata (Geometridae) herbivory on Mimosa pigra: Implications for biological control
Rosemarie Z. Lindsay, Dr. [Chairman]
Tamara Y. Navarro, Prof. [Contributor]
Danny J. Reynolds, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanomedicine
Thermodynamic characterization of metal dissolution and inhibitor adsorption processes in the low carbon steel/mimosa tannin/sulfuric acid system
Dean R. Mcdonald, Prof. [Chairman]
Arlene I. Odonnell, Dr. [Contributor]
Ray D. Ryan, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Cellular
Neutralisation of lethality, myotoxicity and toxic enzymes of Naja kaouthia venom by Mimosa pudica root extracts
Leticia D. Hinton, Prof. [Chairman]
Angel V. Larson, Dr. [Contributor]
Kristine Q. Miranda, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Microfluidics
Plantlet Formation in Tissue Cultures of the Sensitive Plant Mimosa pudica L
Javier P. Jensen, Dr. [Chairman]
Dean R. Mcdonald, Prof. [Contributor]
Arlene I. Odonnell, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Nanomedicine
Synthesis of kukulkanins A and B - methoxy chalcones from Mimosa tenufolia L.
Angel V. Larson, Dr. [Chairman]
Kristine Q. Miranda, Prof. [Contributor]
Johnny V. Powell, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
Physicochemical and mechanical characterization of galactomannan from Mimosa scabrella: Effect of drying method
Dirk K. Huff, Prof. [Chairman]
Marion P. Lloyd, Dr. [Contributor]
Candace Y. Nolan, Dr. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology
Study of the Geometry and Folding Pattern of Leaves of Mimosa pudica
Kelly G. Lang, Prof. [Chairman]
Sherrie A. Melendez, Dr. [Contributor]
Dirk U. Poole, Prof. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanomedicine
Therapeutic effectiveness of a Mimosa tenuiflora cortex extract in venous leg ulceration treatment
Natalie W. Maynard, Dr. [Chairman]
Monty W. Norton, Prof. [Contributor]
Terrence A. Riley, Prof. [Referee]
Lecture room
Biology
Triterpenoid glycosides from the bark of Mimosa tenuiflora
Erin Y. Mcdowell, Prof. [Chairman]
Sara U. Pacheco, Dr. [Contributor]
Billie P. Salas, Prof. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
Two new C-glycosylflavones from Mimosa pudica
Nanomedicine
Vicky D. Mckay, Prof. [Chairman]
Dominick C. Phelps, Dr. [Contributor]
Tonya Z. Shepherd, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Tubulin from Mimosa pudica and its involvement in leaf movement
Derick F. Mcguire, Dr. [Chairman]
Ryan G. Perkins, Prof. [Contributor]
Stacy A. Shaffer, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Microfluidics
Water channel activities of Mimosa pudica plasma membrane intrinsic proteins are regulated by direct interaction and phosphorylation
Sherrie A. Melendez, Dr. [Chairman]
Dirk U. Poole, Prof. [Contributor]
Denise T. Small, Dr. [Referee]
Hall room
Nanotoxicology
16:30-17:30     The Structure-Activity Relationship of the Turgorin PLMF 1 in the Sensitive Plant Mimosa pudica L.: In Vitro Binding of [14C-Carboxyl]-PLMF 1to Plasma Membrane Fractions from Mimosa Leaves and Bioassa
Marion P. Lloyd, Dr. [Chairman]
Candace Y. Nolan, Dr. [Contributor]
Diana Y. Rich, Dr. [Referee]
Auditiorium
Nanotoxicology
   




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