Plant Biology 2012

Austin, Texas July 20–24
T H E A N N UA L M E E T I N G O F T H E A M E R I C A N S O C I E T Y O F P L A N T B I O LO G I S T S

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The Meeting & Abstracts…………........…………………………....……3 Plant Biology 2012 Sponsors………………………………....…....……4 General Information……………………………………………....……5–7 Convention Center Floor Plans……............…………………………8–11 Map of Downtown Austin.........……............…………………………12 Special Events.....………………………………….....………………13–15 Complete Daily Schedule……………………………………………16–31 Friday, July 20...…………………………………….......………16 Saturday, July 21...………………….………………………17–21 Sunday, July 22.………………….…………………………22–26 Monday, July 23…………………..…………………………26–30 Tuesday, July 24…………......…………………………………31 ASPB Officers & Committee Meetings...........…………………….33–34 Going Green…………………….......…………………………………….35 Exhibit Hall Information………….......………………………………….36 Exhibitor Directory………………….………………………………..38–43 Abstract Titles and Authors…….....……………………………45–168 Major Symposia Abstracts…….…………………………...45–47 Minisymposia Abstracts............…………………………..49–71 Poster Abstracts....……….....…………………………….73–168 Index of Authors with Abstract Number....……..........………170–195 Notepaper.…….........……………………………………………196–199

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the meeting and abstracts
The program for Plant Biology 2012 (Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA) was organized by the ASPB Program Committee: Chair: Committee Members:
Julia Bailey-Serres Peggy Lemaux, President-elect Judy Callis, Past Secretary Janet Braam Todd C. Mockler Jeffrey F. Harper Andrew Bent

The call for abstracts for poster presentations and minisymposia was published in December 2011. The deadline for abstracts was June 1, 2012. All of the abstracts were received electronically via the web. All abstracts received on time were accepted, and the program was arranged from those abstracts. A searchable online version of the abstracts has been available since April 11, 2012 via http://precis.preciscentral.com/utils/ip/FindPresentation. asp?EventID=d64a340b&bhcp=1. This abstract supplement was produced from the electronic files submitted directly by the authors (missing numbers represent withdrawn abstracts). The author of each abstract is responsible for the abstract’s accuracy, appearance, and content.
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plant biology 2012 sponsors
We would like to recognize the following organization for their support of Plant Biology 2012. We appreciate your continued support and commitment to the field of plant biology.

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Gold ExhibiTors
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Conviron LI-COR MO Bio Laboratories booth 609 booth 402 booth 515

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general information
location of Events and Exhibits
All Plant Biology 2012 events will be held in the Austin City Convention Center. Please refer to the daily schedule for locations of specific events.

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Mobile App
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registration
The registration desk will be available for questions and registration during the hours below. Tickets for available events may be purchased at the on-site registration desk, and t-shirts and additional purchased items will have a separate pick-up area. The registration desk will be at the convention center outside of the exhibit hall. There will be no shirts available for purchase on-site and no exchanges of sizes.

Cameras/video/Audio recording
Taking photos, video, or recording of any kind of the posters and sessions will be strictly PROHIBITED unless an author/speaker provides specific permission. This prohibition includes but is not limited to the use of camera phones and any other digital recording devices.

hours
Friday, July 20 Saturday, July 21 Sunday, July 22 Monday, July 23 Tuesday, July 24 9:00 am – 7:00 pm 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 8:30 am – 4:00 pm 8:30 am – 4:00 pm 9:00am – 11:00 am

All new Career Center
BASF OFFICIAL CAREER CENTER SPONSOR

housing
Any questions or problems concerning roommate matching will be handled by the housing agency at the Plant Biology 2012 Registration Desk. Individual housing concerns should be addressed with the respective hotel directly.

The all new Career Center is located inside the Exhibit. This year’s career center is bigger and better: the job boards are sorted by industry; there will be a Career Information Lunch on Saturday; signs will indicate if Exhibitors have job openings; you can sign up to have professionals from various industries review your resume and much more.

badge scanning
Attendee badges have RFID cards attached to them. This year the cards will also contain the number of tickets purchased for events. The cards are on your badges to allow exhibitors to scan your badge to contact you after the meeting if you’d like them to. The RFID cards contain your name, institution, email, and phone number and no additional information. Scanning requires direct contact to gather the information on them. Attendees are welcome to not allow exhibitors to scan their badges if they so choose. Exhibitors will receive a post-meeting mailing list that does not contain emails and phone numbers. Plant Biology will honor any attendee who wishes to not be placed on the mailing list. We will also be using paperless ticketing at ticketed events and your badge will be scanned at events

on-site Childcare Available
Through the ASPB Women in Plant Biology Committee, ASPB is providing low-cost on-site child care. Available on a first-come, first-served basis as space is available. Sign up at the on-site registration desk.

Child Attendance Policy
Plant Biology is family friendly and we welcome parents of minor children (ages 0-17) to attend the meeting. Please note that modifications to this policy have been instituted in response to feedback from past annual meetings. To ensure the safety and care of minors, we have the following policy for attendees. There are no exceptions. 1. Children should be supervised by their caregiver at all times in the Plant Biology 2012 meeting facilities. 2. Mandated by the convention center, children are

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not allowed in the exhibit hall during setup or breakdown for their safety due to forklifts and the use of heavy equipment. 3. Do not leave your child unattended in the public areas of the meeting facilities, including restrooms, empty meeting rooms, hallways, lobbys, at registration, or sitting in hallways outside of meeting rooms. 4. ASPB, partnering societies, meeting facilities, and meeting staff are not responsible or liable for your children at any time. 5. 18 and above should be a fully registered attendee to attend any event which does not provide a guest ticket. 6. Minors are allowed at events as follows: opening Mixer Ages 0-2 years will be allowed Ages 3 - 12 years will NOT be allowed Ages 13 and up requires guest ticket scientific sessions Under 13 will NOT be allowed to attend. daytime Poster sessions Ages 0-2 years will be allowed Ages 3 - 12 years will NOT be allowed Ages 13 - 17 allowed Evening Poster sessions All minors are allowed. This event will serve alcohol. The drinking age in the USA is 21. Maggie Mae’s 323 East 6th street Due to the fact that In the United States the legal drinking age is 21 for all alcohol that is purchased and consumed in a public place and to Maggie Mae’s policy, at the Party Hearty Monday: Children ages 0-2 will be allowed Children 3-12 year will NOT be allowed All those ages 13-20 will be allowed with a ticket, but may be tagged as not allowed alcohol In addition you may be required to present identification as proof of age in order to be served alcohol.

Exhibits & Posters
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Exhibits and posters are open during the exhibit hours as listed on your schedule. Refrain from entering exhibits when they are closed. The posters are organized by category and then poster number. Poster session times are listed in the schedule. Please attend your posters during the compulsory time slots based on your final poster number. Titles and authors only are printed in the program book. Poster abstracts are provided on the memory stick and online. Abstracts submitted after June 1, 2012 are posted online only.

internet Café
Plant Biology 2012 features an Internet Café in the Exhibit Hall. It will be open the same hours as the posters. Please limit your online time to 10 minutes or less if others are waiting.

Meeting/Workshop surveys
A meeting survey will be e-mailed to attendees immediately following the meeting. Workshops will provide a hand-out survey for response after the event. Your response is considered valuable by ASPB’s Program Committee. Thank you for your cooperation.

Message board
Plant Biology 2012 has the traditional message boards near the Registration Desk for attendees to send and receive messages. An online message board is also available on the ASPB website this year. Please do not use the Job Board for messages.

speaker ready room
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A speaker ready room is available for presentation testing in the convention center on the mezzanine level in room show office 14. Speakers should test their presentations at least an hour prior to their presentation and be at their sessions at least 10 minutes before they are scheduled to begin.

Plant biology 2012 smoking Policy
Smoking is prohibited at any Plant Biology 2012 annual meeting functions or event areas.

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safety/health notice
While enjoying Austin, please remember to keep your personal belongings secured. Traveling in groups is a safe way to visit the many attractions available. The convention center is constantly monitored by surveillance and security patrols. Emergency response staff are headquartered in the convention center. Please report any security concerns or emergencies to the Plant Biology 2012 Registration Desk.

Additional information/Questions
The conference Registration Desk will be able to assist you with any additional questions regarding the meeting.

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special events
The following Special Events are being offered at Plant Biology 2012. For the ones that require a pre-reserved or pre-purchased ticket, you can obtain tickets at the registration booth, if there are any still available. All dates and times are subject to change.

saturday, July 21
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Career Center lunch
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: ExhibiT hAll 4 A special event that will provide the chance to post a resume, check the available jobs, chat with leaders in the field and meet with companies that have current openings – all in the exhibit hall. Must have a ticket to receive lunch.

friday, July 20
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

undergraduate Poster session
(free, pre-reservations required) rooM: 18A-d Visit the future of plant biology as undergraduates display their posters during this special session. Undergraduates may move their posters to the exhibit/ poster hall after this event if an abstract was submitted for the regular poster sessions.

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Guidelines for Preparing digital Art – beginner
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: 13Ab Speaker: Michael Hepp of The Sheridan Group There are a lot of variables when creating digital art. What software are you using? What size should the figure be? In which format should it be saved? What color mode should be used? We can help you create publication-ready figures from the beginning so you won’t have to spend time fixing problems later. If you’ve never created digital figures on your own, or you know only the basics, this is the best place to start. This presentation will include demonstrations in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, along with information on how to prepare figures that will reproduce the finest detail and most accurate color both online and in print. Topics will include color space, resolution, fonts, and file type. The presenter will be Michael Hepp, Technology Strategist for The Sheridan Group, the company that produces Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell. There will be ample time for Q & A at the end of the session.

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

small Colleges/Pui networking Event
(free, pre-reservations required) rooM: 13Ab This workshop is targeted toward scientists working at or interested in PUIs who want to network, discuss issues of common interest, find out about PUI-related opportunities, and provide feedback on ASPB programs for PUIs.

1:00 PM - 3:15 PM

opening Address & Awards speakers
rooM: bAllrooM d All attendees are invited to attend this prominent annual ceremony, which recognizes meritorious research and service in plant biology by the presentation of awards to deserving individuals. The ASPB president, Steve Huber, will present the 2012 awards. The 2012 awards ceremony is immediately followed by talks from ASPB awardees Sean Cutler, the 2011 Charles Albert Shull Award winner, Susan Wessler, the 2011 Stephen Hales Prize winner, and Peter Raven, recipient of the 2012 Perspectives of Science Leaders Award.

how to be a Great Teacher: A hands on Workshop for Post-docs and students
(pre-purchase required) rooM: 12b We’ve all encountered teachers who have the ability to stimulate their students and make learning fun and easy. What qualities do these teachers share, and how can we emulate their success in our own teaching? Participants will consider goals for teaching diverse groups of students, discuss and practice methods for engaging students, and explore ways to assess student learning. We’ll also brainstorm

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

6:35 PM - 8:00 PM

opening reception (pre-reservation for attendees
required, tickets available for purchase for guests) rooM: ExhibiT hAll 4 Network with colleagues at the first social gathering of the meeting. Light hors d’oeuvres and drinks only.

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ways that graduate students and post-docs can find opportunities to engage in teaching. This workshop includes a full dinner buffet. Sponsored by Teaching Tools in Plant Biology and The Plant Cell

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

The Generic Genome browser: A hands-on Workshop for installing, Configuring and using your own Gbrowser
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: 15 GBrowse is widely used web application software for displaying genomic feature data (genes, QTLs, RNAseq). With so many researchers getting access to so much data, it is important to give those researchers access to tools to share their data with collaborators or the world in an easily usable format. GBrowse provides just such a platform. In this course, we’ll cover the initial configuration, displaying simple features as well as more complex features like genes with multiple splice forms. We will also show how to display next generation sequencing data.

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
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Career Workshop i - finding A Work-life balance

This workshop will focus on finding and maintaining work-life balance. A buffet dinner will be served. Sponsored by the Women in Plant Biology Committee

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Public Affairs Workshop: The intersection of Plant biology and Washington Policy
(pre-registration required) rooM: 14 Learn more about the process that ultimately funds your research. This workshop will provide an introduction to the U.S. policy making process and will engage participants in current policy concerns. In participating, you will join a growing number of members helping ASPB amplify its voice as it promotes policies and robust support for plant biology research and education.

sunday, July 22
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
(pre-purchase required) rooM: bAllrooM f Speaker: David Asai, Director, Precollege and Undergraduate Science Education, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. David Asaiwill draw on his extensive experience with and understanding of myriad issues in STEM education to offer a compelling vision for the future.

Minority Affairs sponsored speaker and lunch: fairy Tales and business Models

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Plant informatics Workshop
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: 12A Plant biology researchers increasingly rely on databases and other informatics resources to organize, integrate and provide access to the flood of plant biology data now available. We will present the latest developments, data and tools for several important plant informatics resources. Presentations: Eva Huala - TAIR/IAIC transition Doreen Ware - Gramene Dan Stanzione - iPlant Kate Dreher Plant Metabolic Network

u.s. federal funding Workshop
(pre-registration required) rooM: 12A Representatives from various US federal funding agencies will provide an overview of grant opportunities and tips for preparing successful proposals.

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Women in Plant biology sponsored speaker and dinner
(pre-purchase required) rooM: bAllrooM f Speaker: Donna Dean, “Mentoring that Works: Building Connections for a Lifetime of Career Options.”

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Guidelines for Preparing digital Art – Advanced
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: 12A Speaker: Michael Hepp of The Sheridan Group If you are familiar with the basic concepts related to creating digital art, this session will cover more advanced topics such as color management and using ICC profiles, working with MS Office documents and PDFs, and more. It will include demonstrations of advanced techniques for creating publication-ready figures. The presenter will be Michael Hepp, Technology Strategist for The Sheridan Group, the company that produces Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell. There will be ample time for Q & A at the end of the session.

government and in emerging areas. Specifically, selected speakers from industry, government, and other less obvious career choices will give short presentations and then move around the room, answering questions and providing networking opportunities. A buffet dinner will be served. Sponsored by the Membership Committee.

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Plant Genome Annotation using the Maker Annotation Pipeline
(free, pre-preregistration required) rooM: 15 We have been funded by the NSF Plant Genome Program to improve the MAKER gene annotation pipeline to better predict genes within plant genomes. MAKER is a portable, easy-to-use annotation pipeline that has been designed to meet the needs of genome projects that lack significant bioinformatics expertise. MAKER has seen wide adoption by animal genome projects and has been used to annotate a growing number of plant genomes. As sequencing costs continue to drop, plant researchers are sequencing many new genomes as well as resequencing genomes from additional cultivars/lines of species for which there is already a reference genome. Plant scientists will need convenient tools to annotate these genomes in-house and MAKER is being optimized to address this need. Our proposed MAKER workshop will provide participants with hands-on experience performing annotation with the MAKER pipeline. We will also discuss best-practices and strategies for plant genome annotation. Users who will benefit from this workshop will include PIs, postdocs and students who currently have an assembled but unannotated genome as well as those who are planning future genome projects.

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Case study Teaching – Engaging students in Plant biology Problem solving
(free, pre-registration required) rooM: 12b This year’s education workshop will introduce conferees to case study teaching and the case study teaching materials available through the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (http://sciencecases.lib. buffalo.edu/cs/). Teaching with case studies encourages student engagement and supports active learning. In fact, many medical schools are now mandating that all classes be taught using case studies, a pedagogical strategy that has been shown to lead to greater student learning compared to lectures. Conferees will tackle a plant biology case – experiencing case study teaching from the student perspective and seeing how cases can be used to foster learning of science concepts and skills. The workshop will end with an invitation for participants to apply for sponsorship from ASPB to participate in a weeklong professional development workshop at the National Center in Buffalo, NY, in May 2013.

Monday, July 23
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Location: Maggie Mae’s, 323 East 6th Street

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Career Workshop ii – Careers beyond Academia: Pursuing Jobs in other sectors
(pre-purchase required) rooM: 11Ab With competition for academic positions remaining high, there is a need to identify other job prospects for plant biologists. This workshop will focus on how to prepare for, find, land and keep jobs in industry,

Party hearty Monday
(pre-reservation for attendees required, tickets available for purchase for guests) Join us for the traditional party on the final night of the meeting, with music, dancing, food and drinks!

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friday, July 20, 2012
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Registration Open Speaker Ready Room Open Exhibitor Move-in & Posters may be hung Undergraduate Poster Session Small Colleges/PUI Networking Event (Free. Requires pre-registration ) Opening Address & Award Speakers 1:00 Opening Addresses & Awards Ceremony 1:45 A101: Charles Albert Shull Award Speaker Sean Cutler, University of California, Riverside The Core Abscisic Acid Signaling Pathway A102: Stephen Hales Prize Speaker Sue Wessler, University of California, Riverside The Success Strategies of Transposable Elements that Rapidly Diversify Genomes Leadership in Science Public Service Award Speaker Peter Raven, Missouri Botanical Garden

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Coffee Break SYMPOSIUM I: Metabolism and Metabolic Networks Chair: Mark Stitt M101: Mark Stitt, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology, Studying Networks in Central Metabolism M102: Kazuli Saito, RIKEN Plant Science Center Metabolomics as a Basis for Functional Genomics and Metabolic Network Analysis M103: Katja Bärenfaller, ETH Zurich, Molecular Profiling of Arabidopsis Leaf Growth in Different Conditions

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SYMPOSIUM II: Abiotic Stress: From Sensing to Survival BAllrooM d Chair: Julia Bailey-Serres M201: Julia Bailey-Serres, University of California, Riverside, Flooding Stress: Sensing Mechanisms and Response Strategies Leon Kochian, USDA-ARS, Cornell University, How Plant Roots Responds to and Neutralize Toxic Metals in the Soil M203: Ron Mittler, University of North Texas, Surfing the ROS Wave for Successful Acclimation to Abiotic Stresses M204: Ronald Pierik, Utrecht University, Signaling and Multi-Tasking in Crowded Environments

12:00 PM–1:30 PM 1:30 PM–3:15 PM

Career Center Luncheon and Resume Review (free, pre-reg required) MinisyMPosiUM 1 – Metal stress Chair: Leon Kochian 1:30 1:55 Lyza Maron, A Rare Gene Copy-Number Variant that Contributes to Maize Aluminum Tolerance P12020: Matthew Gilliham, Wheat Grain Yields on Saline Soils Is Improved by An Ancestral Sodium Transporter Gene P12024: Nimnara Yookongkaew, Analysis of Metallothionein (MT)-Deficient Arabidopsis Plants Demonstrates MTs are Involved in Cu Homeostasis but not in Metal Tolerance P12005: Zeshan Hassan, Expressing NcZNT1 and NcZTP1 from NOCCAEA (THLASPI) Caerulescens Enhances Zn and Cd tolerance and Accumulation in Nicotiana tabacum P12023: Ayan Raichaudhuri, Arabidopsis thaliana MRP1 (AtABCC1) is a Vacuolar Antifolate Transporter and Contribute to Heavy Metal Stress Tolerance

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MinisyMPosiUM 2 – Cell signaling Chair: Meng Chen 1:30 P27008: Tong-Seung Tseng, Arabidopsis 14-3-3 Is Required For Stomatal Opening Mediated by PHOT2 in Response to Blue Light

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1:55 2:15 P27012: Alan Jones, G Protein Activation Without GEF in The Plant Kingdom P27014: Hsuan Chou, Elucidation of a Signaling Pathway Mediating CLAVATA 3 Peptide and CLAVATA 1 Receptor Control of Stem Cell Fate in Meristemnatic Tissue 17Ab

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MinisyMPosiUM 2 – Cell signaling cont. 2:35 P27001: Xiquan Gao, Bifurcation of Innate Immune Signaling Via Calcium-Sensor Protein Kinases in Arabidopsis Effector-Triggered Immunity P27002: Rafaelo Galvao, HEMERA: a Key Component Mediating Early Phytochrome Signaling in Arabidopsis

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MinisyMPosiUM 3 – vegetative development Chair: Alan Lloyd 1:30 P06034: Greg Hatlestad, Trichome Accessory Cell Differentiation Is Enhanced by a Transcriptional Target of GLABRA2 P06030: Fang Bai, A TCP Transcription Factor, BRANCH ANGLE DEFECTIVE 1 (BAD1), Is Required For Normal Tassel Branch Angle Formation in Maize P06032: April Wynn, Molecular Action of SEUSS-LIKE Transcriptional Adaptors During Shoot Apical Meristem Development in Arabidopsis thaliana P06027: Carolyn Rasmussen, Leaf Boundaries: Live Cell Imaging of Ligule Development in Maize P06021: Jose Sebastian, A Post-Embryonic Root Growth Program Signaled from the Arabidopsis Root Stele

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MinisyMPosiUM 4 - Algae Chair: Richard Sayre 1:30 P04005: Fiona Bentley, Photosynthetic Generation of Isoprene in Cyanobacteria Via Heterologous Expression of the Pueraria montana (Kudzu) Isoprene Synthase Gene P22005: Henning Kirst, Assembly of the LightHarvesting Chlorophyll Antenna in the Green Alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Requires Expression of the TLA2-CpFTSY Gene

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2:15 P11002: Deqiang Duanmu, Bilins Are Necessary for the Transition to Photoautotrophic Growth in Chlamydomonas P26006: Girish Rasineni, Post-translational Modifications in Chlamydomonas Rubisco Influence Catalysis P01002: Shayani Pieris, Engineering the Inorganic Carbon Concentrating System of Microalgae for Enhanced Photosynthesis 19Ab

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MinisyMPosiUM 5 – light signaling Chair: Rick Vierstra 1:30 P27025: Ernest Burgie, Insights into Phytochrome Signaling Through Structural and Mutational Analyses of the Thermosynechococcus elongatus PixJ GAF Domain P11004: Wen-ping Hsieh, Arabidopsis bZIP Transcription Factor 16 Integrates Light and Hormone Signaling Pathways to Regulate Early Seedling Development P11010: Ullas Pedmale, Basis of Plant Growth Promotion by Cryptochromes in Response to Shade Signals P11009: Amirali Sattarzadeh, Identification of Novel Candidate Genes Involved in Signaling or Chloroplast Movement P16013: Rainer Bode, Effects of Photosynthetic Redox Stress on Gene Expression in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Coffee Break MinisyMPosiUM 6 – Plant-Microbe interactions Chair: Wolf Frommer 3:45 4:10 P25012: Wolf Frommer, Plant Versus Pathogen: A Tug of War for Food P25021: Dingzhong Tang, EDTS1 (EDR2 Suppressor 1), a Receptor-Like Protein Kinase Regulates Plant Innate Immunity P25053: Raka Mitra, The Bacterial Wilt Pathogen, Ralstonia solanacearum: Effector Proteins and Plant Root Responses P25036: Venkatachalam Lakshmanan, MicrobeAssociated Molecular Patterns (MAMP)-Triggered Root Responses Mediate Beneficial Rhizobacterial Recruitment in Arabidopsis

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MinisyMPosiUM 7 – Post-transcriptional regulation Chair: Karen Browning 3:45 P16021: Changqing Zhang, Roles of Target Site Location and Sequence Complementarity in TransActing Sirna Formation in Arabidopsis P16020: Matthew Jones, CRS is a Novel Circadian Clock Factor With Splicing Defects P16047: Albrecht von Arnim, Towards a Map of the Landscape of Translational Regulation in Arabidopsis P16030: Karen Browning, Redox Control of Plant Translation P26003: Richard Marshall, Regulation of Abscisic Signaling Pathways by 26S Proteasome Subunit RPT4

4:10 4:30 4:50 5:10 3:45 PM–5:30 PM

MinisyMPosiUM 8 – Emerging Technologies Chair: Bing Yang 3:45 4:10 P16044: Bing Yang, TAL Effectors For Disease and TAL Nucleases For Targeting Gene Editing in Plant P02018: Yiping Qi, Enhancing Zinc Finger NucleaseMediated Genome Modification in Arabidopsis by Manipulating DNA Repair Pathways P20001: Felix Hauser, A Genomic Scale Artificial Micro RNA Library as a Tool to Investigate the Redundant Gene Space in Arabidopsis thaliana P02013: Camilla Betti, Targeted Protein Aggregation in Arabidopsis thaliana Plants as a Tool to Specifically Knock-Down Protein Function P20004: Siegfried Jahnke, Imaging and Analyzing Structural and Functional Traits of Plants With MRI-PET Coregistration

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MinisyMPosiUM 9 – Circadian rhythms Chair: Eva Farre 3:45 P16026: Eva Farre, Direct Regulation of Physiological Responses by the Arabidopsis Circadian Clock Component PRR7

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4:10 P16008: Rebecca Murphy, Characterization of Maturity Genes Controlling Flowering in Response to Photoperiod in Sorghum bicolor P17004: Marisa Miller, Regulation of Circadian Rhythms and Growth Vigor in Arabidopsis Hybrids and Polyploids P26002: Jeongsik Kim, Functional Dissection of ZTL Protein Motifs: The LOV Domain in Regulation of the Circadian Clock and Plant Development P16006: Polly Hsu, REVEILLE8 Regulates Both Evening and Morning Genes to Define the Evening Phase in Arabidopsis 19Ab

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MinisyMPosiUM 10 – Temperature stress Chair: Jian Hua 3:45 4:10 4:30 4:50 5:10 P13006: Jia Hua, Temperature Modulation of Plant Defense Responses P13001: Huy Tran, The Circadian Clock Regulates Plant Growth Response to High Temperature Pulses P13005: Nobohiro Suzuki, Identification of MBF1 HeatResponse Regulon of Arabidopsis thaliana P09034: Elizabeth Waters, Comparative Effects of High Temperature and High Light in the Genus Boechera P13003: David Horvath, CYCLIN D3;2 Is Cleaved in a DICER-Dependent Manner at a Conserved Sequence Site in the 5’UTR in Response to Cold

5:30 PM–7:30 PM

Exclusive Poster session 5:30–6:30 Even Poster Numbers 6:30–7:30 Odd Poster Numbers Digital Art I - Beginner (free, pre-reg required) How to be a Great Teacher: A Hands On Workshop for Post-Docs and Students (pre-reserved tickets required, $30/$25/$20) Sponsored by Teaching Tools in Plant Biology and The Plant Cell Public Affairs Workshop: The Intersection of Plant Biology and Washington Policy (free, pre-registration required) Plant Informatics Workshop (free, pre-registration required) The Generic Genome Browser: A Hands On Workshop for Installing, Configuring and Using Your Own GBrowse (free, pre-registration required) Career Workshop I - Finding a Work-Life Balance (pre-reserved tickets required, $15)

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sunday, July 22, 2012
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syMPosiUM iii: Martin Gibbs Medal symposia: Clock biology BAllrooM d Chair: Steve Kay M301: Steve Kay, University of California, San Diego, Large Scale Discovery Approaches for Circadian Networks M302: C. Robertson McClung, Dartmouth University, As Easy As ABC: Applying the Circadian Clock Model Developed In Arabidopsis To Brassica Crops Todd Mockler, Danforth Plant Science Center John Mullet, Texas A&M University

9:45 AM–10:15 AM 12:00 PM–1:30 PM 12:00 PM–1:30 PM 12:00 PM–7:30 PM 12:00 PM–1:30 PM 1:30 PM–3:15 PM

Coffee Break Resume Review in Career Center Exhibits Open Minority Affairs Sponsored Lunch and Speaker (pre-reserved tickets required - $30/ $15) MinisyMPosiUM 11 - receptor-like Kinases Chair: Alisa Huffaker 1:30 1:55 P25045: Alisa Huffaker, Receptor Kinases: Their Ligands and Roles P27020: Yi Ma, Differences Between Initial Molecular Steps of DAMP and PAMP Receptor Mediated Immune Cascades: Studies of Calcium Signaling by PEPR1 and FLS2 P25009: Alberto Macho, The Novel Short LRR-RK SEL is a Positive Regulator of PAMP-Triggered Immunity P27003: Hen-ming Wu, FERONIA Receptor Kinase, a Multi-Tasking Cell Surface Regulator, and its Interactions With Potential Signals and Other Cell Surface Molecules P06024: - Keiko Torii, Direct Interaction of LigandReceptor Pairs Specifying Stomatal Patterning

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MinisyMPosiUM 12 – Molecular Evolution Chair: Urban Johnson 1:30 P17016: Urban Johanson, Evolution of Aquaporin-Like Proteins in Plants

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1:55 2:15 P17006: Ines Pires, Two Sodium/Proton Antiporter Plant Gene Families, Two Different Evolutionary Histories P17021: Tatiana Arias-Garzon, A Fully Resolved Phylogeny of the Brassica Crops and Wild Relatives (Brasiceae: Brassicaceae): Testing the Biogeographical and Diversification Hypothesis P17017: Gaurav Moghe, Understanding Genome Evolution Post Polyploidization in Brassicaceae Using Newly Sequences Genome of Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) P17020: Daniel Ilut, Homoplasy as a Source of Phylogenetic Signal: Using High-Throughput Sequencing Data to Characterize the Evolution of Glycine Genome Groups 18Ab

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MinisyMPosiUM 13 - Metabolism Chair: Mark Stitt 1:30 1:55 2:15 P19005: Jorday Hay, Predictive Modeling of Developing Oilseed Metabolism P19010: Babu Valliyodan, Metabolic Plasticity in Soybean Seeds Under Water Deficits P19004: Payam Mehrshahi, Interorganellar Complementation Demonstrates Biochemical Continuity Between the Chloroplast and ER P19003: Yan Lu, Novel Transcriptional Regulation of Biosynthesis of Aspartate-Derived Amino Acids

2:35 2:55 1:30 PM–3:15 PM

P19001: Usman Arif, Enzymatic Regulation of Sterols and Glycoalkaloid Biosynthesis in Potato (Solanum Tuberosum) Plants 18Cd

MinisyMPosiUM 14 - AbA Chair: Julian Schroeder 1:30 P09001: Julian Schroeder, Chemical Genetics Uncovers Rapid Down-Regulation of Abscisic Acid Signaling Network by a Type III Effector Signaling Pathway P18019: Christine Ondzighi, The LATD/NIP Transporter is Required for Normal ABA Localization at the Root Tip as Well as for Cell Wall Formation P06026: Jidnyasa Mulekar, CK2 Alpha Subunits Affect Multiple Developmental and Stress-Responsive Pathways in Arabidopsis P16007: Guojing Li, Calmodulin-Binding Protein CBP60g Enhanced Arabidopsis Disease Resistance, Abscisic Acid Sensitivity and Drought Tolerance P09011: Chris Rock, Field Testing of Transgenic Cotton Expressng Arabidopsis ABA INSENSITIVE5 and B3-Domain Related to ABI3/VIVIPAROUS1 (RAV) Transcription Factors

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1:30 PM–3:15 PM

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MinisyMPosiUM 15 – lipid signaling Chair: Susanne Hoffmann-Benning 1:30 1:55 2:15 P06014: Susanne Hoffmann-Benning, New Aspects of Phloem-Mediated Long-Distance Lipid-Signaling in Plants P27007: Imara Perera, The Role of Phospholipase C in Plant Abiotic Stress Response P05008: Kent Chapman, An Arabidopsis Homolog of the Human Comparative Gene Identification 58 (CGI-58) Protein Modulates Linolenic Acid Homeostasis and Lipophilic Signaling P27006: Xuemin Wang, Connections Between Lipid Signaling Pathways and Central Metabolism in Plant Response to Reactive Oxygen Species and Abiotic Stress P25030: Jyoti Shah, Abietane Diterpenoid: a Signaling Function in Plant Defense

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Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall MinisyMPosiUM 16 – Minority Affair symposia: how Plants Treat Their friends and Enemies: responses to beneficial and Pathological Microbes 3:45 - MariaElena Zavala, Jorge Vivanco, and John Harada Introduction to the Minorities Affairs Committee and the Session 3:50 4:25 P06054: Federico Sanchez, An Under-the-Ground Bean Story P25071: Luciana Rinaudi-Marron, The Role of Quorum Sensing in the Symbiotic Interaction Between Sinorhizobium meliloti and Alfalfa P25073: Erica Washington, Determining the Virulence Function of the Hopaf1 Family of P Syringae Type III Effectors . P05026: Tenai Eguen, Early Signaling in Plant Immunity

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MinisyMPosiUM 17 – systems and stress Chair: Jose Dinneny 3:45 4:10 P12006: Josey Dinneny, A Spatiotemporal Understanding of the Salt Stress Response P10003: Hongchang Cui, Old Dogs, New Tricks? A Systems Approach Uncovers Important Roles for SHORTROOT and SCARECROW in Root Morphogenesis and Abiotic Stress Response P14012: Melvin Oliver, Water-Deficit Specific Regulation of Gene Expression in Maize Root: miRNAs and Transcription Factor Profiling

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4:50 P09006: Samuel Fox, Global Gene Expression Analysis of Brachypodium distachyon in Response to Cold, Drought, Salt and Heat Stress P25002: Matt Geisler, Upregulation of Photosynthesis, and Downregulation of Stress Defense, is the Response of Arabidopsis Shoots to intraspecific Competition 18Ab

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MinisyMPosiUM 18 – Plant insect interactions Chair: Janet Braam 3:45 P25038: Danielle Goodspeed, Plants Defend Themselves Against Herbivores and Fungal Attack by Using the Circadian Clock to Control Jasmonate Levels P25031: Clare Casteel, Expression of Turnip Mosaic Virus Proteins Alters Ayzus persicae Biology on Host Plants P25015: Ritu Chaudhary, GroEL From the Endosymbiont Buchnera Aphidicola is Present in Aphid Saliva and is Recognized by the Plant Defenses P25033: Carlos Avila, Expression of -DIOXYGENASE1 Influences Plant Host Susceptibility to Aphids P25008: Joe Louis, Insect Salivary Signals Modulate Plant Defense Responses

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MinisyMPosiUM 19 – from Embryo to seedling Chair: Ramin Yadegari 3:45 P06016: Shanshan Zhang, Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 Regulates Type I MADS-Box Gene Expression During Endosperm Development in Arabidopsis P06001: Haiyan Jia, Functional Differentiation of AFL and VAL B3 Transcription Factors Regulating the Transition From Embryo Formation to Germination P06022: Allison Phillips, Analysis of Stunter1, a Maize Mutant With Reduced Gametophyte Size and Maternal Effects on Seed Development P06038: Sangho Jeong, Components of the Brassinosteriod Signaling Pathway Regulates Zygote Development in Arabidopsis P15004: Jie Lu, Maternal Sirnas are Regulators of Parental Genome Imbalance and Gene Expression in Endosperm of Arabidopsis Seeds

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MinisyMPosiUM 20 – hormone biology Chair: Michael Neff 3:45 4:10 P18011: Michael Neff, ATAF2 is a Transcriptional Repressor of The Brassinosteroid-inactivating Enzyme BAS1/CYP734A1 P18014: Paul Zwack, Cytokinin Response Factors 5 and 6 Integrate Sugar, Stress and Cytokinin Signals in Regulating Senescence

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4:30 4:50 5:10 5:30 PM–7:30 PM P10007: E. Wassim Chehab, Arabidopsis Touch-Induced Morphogenesis is Jasmonate Mediated and Protects Against Pests P18008: Yuanxin Yan, Diverse Function of Jasmonic Acid in Maize Development and Defense P18016: Jiahn Chou Guan, Strigolactone Signaling Affects Plants and Ear Architecture in Maize

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Exclusive Poster session 5:30–6:30 Odd Poster Numbers 6:30–7:30 Even Poster Numbers Case Study Teaching - Engaging Students in Plant Biology Problem Solving (free, pre-reg required) Career Workshop II: Careers Beyond Academia: Pursuing Jobs In Other Sectors (pre-reserved tickets required, $15)

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INPPO Plant Proteomics Workshop – Mass Spectrometry 14 Characterization of Proteins (free, pre-registration required) – SOLD OUT Plant Genome Annotation Using the MAKER Annotation Pipeline (free, pre-registration required) Digital Art II - Advanced (free, pre-registration required) WIPB Sponsored Dinner and Speaker (pre-reserved tickets required, $30/$15) Speaker: Donna Dean, “Mentoring that Works: Building Connections for a Lifetime of Career Options” 15 12Ab bAllrooM f

Monday, July 23, 2012
TiME
8:30 AM–4:00 PM 7:00 AM–1:00 PM 7:00 AM–5:00 PM 8:30 AM–11:20 AM

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9:45 10:15 10:35

11:00 9:30 AM–1:00 PM 9:45 AM–10:15 AM 12:30 PM–2:00 PM 1:30 PM–3:10 PM

Exhibits Open Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall ASPB Executive Committee Meeting Luncheon MinisyMPosiUM 21 – natural variation and Phenotypic Plasticity Chair: Neelima Sinha 1:30 1:55 P16010: Ulises Rosas, Phenotypic Plasticity and Natural Variation in Root Architecture in Arabidopsis P06033: Gregory Maloney, Analysis of the Tomato Flavonoid Biosynthetic Pathway and the Effects of Flavonoids on Tomato Root and Seed Development P06031: Cetin Yuceer, Contribution of FT Genes and Networks to the Evolution of Plant Life Forms and Adaptation P15001: Sally Mackenzie, Breeding the Epigenome: Novel Epigenetic Variation Arises Through Plant Developmental Reprogramming P06005: Neelima Sinha, Genome Assisted Developmental Analyses in Wild and Domesticated Tomato

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2:55 1:30 PM–3:10 PM

MinisyMPosiUM 22 – Cell shape and differentiation Chair: Luis Vidali 1:30 1:55 P05016: Shu-Zon Wu, Myosin-VIII: A Link Between the Actin Cytoskeleton and Auxin Homeostasis P06008: Aneesh Panoli, Local Auxin Biosynthesis at the Micropylar End Is a Key Step in The Patterning of The Arabidopsis Female Gametophyte P05005: David McCurdy, Genetic Regulation of Phloem Parenchyma Transfer Cell Development in Arabidopsis P05003: Jessica Lucas, MAP65-1 and MAP65-2 Promote Cell Proliferation and Axial Growth in Arabidopsis Roots P05017: Luis Vidali, Myosin XI Oscillations Precede F-Actin’s During Polarized Plant Cell Growth

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1:30 PM–3:10 PM

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MinisyMPosiUM 23 – Cellular stress Chair: Bonnie Bartel 1:30 1:55 2:15 2:35 2:55 P05012: Lisa Farmer, The LON2 Protease Promotes Continued Matrix Protein Import into Peroxisomes P05007: Andreas Schaller, Cell Death Control by Matrix Metalloproteinases in Tomato P05004: Marina Dermastia, Programmed Cell Death Occurs Asymmetrically During Abscission in Tomato P27019: Joel Gray, Phosphorylation Sites on the Arabidopsis AGC Protein Kinase AGC1-3 Have Opposing Roles in Cell Death Suppression P0513: Srimathi Bogamuwa, Processing-Body and Stress Granule Localized Tandem Zinc Finger Proteins Are Involved in GA and ABA Mediated Regulation of Seed Germination

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MinisyMPosiUM 24 – Plants and Climate Change Chair: Clint Springer 1:30 P23007: Briena Healy, Genomic Regions Responsible for Altered Reproductive Characteristics of Arabidopsis thaliana Grown at Elevated Carbon Dioxide P23004: David Rosenthal, Cassava About-FACE: Greater Than Expected Yield Stimulation of Cassava (Manihot esculenta) by Future CO2 Levels P23006: Cody Markelz, Limiting Nitrogen Availability Diminishes, But Does Not Eliminate, the Stimulation of Leaf Respiration by Elevated Carbon Dioxide Concentration

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P23003: Craig Yendrek, Comparative Transcriptomics Implicates Glutathione as a Key Regulator of Ozone tolerance in Legume Crops P23002: Csengele Barta, Drought Stress Impact on Photosynthesis and Isoprene Emission of Oak Species in Urban and Rural Areas of Texas 19Ab

MinisyMPosiUM 25 – brachypodium stress biology Chair: Karen-Beth Scholthof 1:30 1:55 2:15 2:35 P25010: Karen-Beth Scholthof, Building a Model System for Plant Pathobiology: Brachypodium Is and Isn’t Arabidopsis P25039: David Garvin, Brachypodium as a Model for Investigations of Nonhost Resistance to Stem Rust P25035: Yu Cui, Cloning Barley Stripe Mosiac Virus Resistance Gene BSR1 from Brachypodium and its Interactions with BSMV P25057: Marcia Buanafina, Brachypodium distachyon-Pathogen Interactions: Exploring the Cell Wall Barrier and Defense-Related Compounds

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Coffee Break MinisyMPosiUM 26 – Education and outreach Chair: Kathleen Archer 3:45 P08006: David Micklos, E-Books, Educational Genome Interfaces, and Distributed Student Research: Model Outreach Methods for Plant Research Collaborations P08003: Stacey Lundy, Undergraduates Learn Plant Genetics by Teaching Middle and High School Students P08002: Jelena Brkjacic, Arabidopsis as an Educational Model P08011: Eric Brenner, A Gene Expression Study for College Students Using Arabidopsis Roots P08005: Robert Donaldson, Lecture Free Introductory Biology: A Studio/Laboratory Approach

4:10 4:30 4:50 5:10 3:45 PM–5:25 PM

MinisyMPosiUM 27 – intracellular Trafficking Chair: Marisa Otegui 3:45 P27010: Sorina Popescu, Roles of RTNLB1 and RTNLB2 in the Transportation to the Cell Surface of Plasma Membrane-Associated Signaling Receptors P05021: Marisa Otegui, Endosomes in Cell Signaling and Development P05002: Joanna Boruc, Dissecting the Requirement For Plant RanGAP1 Subcellular Targeting and GAP Activity for its Cellular and Developmental Functions P05010: Renu Srivastava, The Organelle Movement of bZIP28 in Response to ER Stress P05006: Alice Cheung, Formin-Regulated Subapical Actin Structure in Elongating Pollen Tubes Compartmentalizes Vesicular Trafficking and Steers Tip Growth Orientation

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MinisyMPosiUM 28 – Plant immunity Chair: Barbara Baker 3:45 4:10 4:30 4:50 P16004: Barabara Baker, miRNA Regulation of Plant Innate Immune Receptors P25025: Karolina Mukhtar, Novel Functions of Secondary Pathways and Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Plant Immunity

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P25005: Cheng Cheng, Dissecting “Aggie” With High-Throughput Genetic Screen and Next-Generation Sequencing-Enabled Gene Discovery P25034: Hong Gu Kang, CRT1 Participates in Multiple Levels of Plant Immunity, is Nuclear Localized, and is a Member of the MORC ATPase Superfamily

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5:10 3:45 PM–5:25 PM P25048: Chantal Brosseau, Possible Implications of Another Argonaute Protein in the Defense Against the Potato Virus X 18Cd

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MinisyMPosiUM 29 – Transcriptional regulators in development Chair: Ben Holt III 3:45 4:10 P06025: Enamul Huq, NFL Promotes Flowering Specifically Under Short-Day in Arabidopsis P16043: Ben Holt, III, NF-Y Transcription Factors Interact With CONSTANS to Regulate Chromatin Looping at the FLOWERING LOCUS T Promoter P06012: Pooja Sharma, The BEL1-Like Family of Transcription Factors in Potato P18013: Burkhard Schulz, The GRAS Family Transcription Factor Upright Leaf Angle1 (Url1) Encodes a Monocot-Specific Brassinosteroid Function for Leaf Angle Control in Maize P06017: Liza Conrad, The Polycomb Group Gene EMF2B Regulates Floral Organ Development in Rice

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MinisyMPosiUM 30 – Genome Evolution Chair: Z. Jeffrey Chen 3:45 4:10 4:30 4:50 5:10 P17022: Z. Jeffrey Chen, Cis and Trans Regulation and Morphological Diversity in Allopolyploids and Their Progenitors P17023: Joshua Udall, The Correlation of DNA Methylation and Homeologous Gene Expression in Cotton Petals P17011: James Schnable, Fractionation of Both Promoters and Whole Genes Following the Maize Whole Genome Duplication P17014: Alan Lloyd, Identification of Classical Beet Pigment Loci, R and Y, Using Whole Genome Profiling P17007: Patrick Larkin, Genetic Analysis of Seagrass (Halodule wrightii) Populations From Texas Gulf Coast

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Exhibit Hall Breakdown (posters closed for safety) Poster session 5:30–6:00 Even Poster Numbers 6:00–6:30 Odd Poster Numbers 6:30–7:00 Free Networking Poster Session Party Hearty Monday–Maggie Mae’s

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Registration Open Posters Open – all posters not removed by 2 PM will be discarded Speaker Ready Room Open syMPosiuM v: President’s symposia: Post-translational Modifications Key to signaling and Metabolism Chair: Steve Huber M501: Steve Clouse, North Carolina State University, The Role of Receptor Kinase Phosphorykation in Plant Signaling Pathways M502: Cyril Zipfel, The Sainsbury Lab, Regulation of Arabidopsis Surface Immune Receptor Complex Activity M503: Iris Finkemeier, LMU Munich, Exploring the Role of Lysine Acetylation in the Regulation Of Plant Metabolism M504: William Plaxton, Queen’s University, Regulatory Phosphorylation and Monoubiquitination of Novel Phophoenolpyruvate Carboxylase Isoforms in Castor Seed Oil

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boArd of TrusTEEs (3-yEAr TErMs) Mary Lou Guerinot, Chair Jonathan D. Monroe, Treasurer Danny J. Schnell Richard Amasino ConsTiTuTion & bylAWs CoMMiTTEE (3-yEAr TErMs) Alice C. Harmon, Chair Dan Bush C. Robertson McClung EduCATion CoMMiTTEE (4-yEAr TErMs) Erin Dolan, Chair John C. Cushman George Ude Scott Woody Kathleen Archer Chad V. Jordan, adjunct member EduCATion foundATion Mark Brodl, Chair Nick Carpita, Immediate Past President Steve Huber, President Peggy Lemaux, President-elect Jonathan Monroe, Treasurer Mary Lou Guerinot, Chair BOT Christine Flanagan Sarah Wyatt Erin Dolan Susan Singer Steve VanNocker ExECuTivE CoMMiTTEE (3-yEAr TErMs) Steven C. Huber, President Nicholas C. Carpita, Immediate Past-President Peggy Lemaux, President-elect Julia Bailey-Serres, Secretary Jonathan D. Monroe, Treasurer, Board of Trustees Crispin Taylor, Executive Director David Horvath, Chair, Membership Committee MariaElena B. Zavala, Chair, Committee on Minority Affairs Sally A. Mackenzie, Chair, Publications Committee Mary Lou Guerinot, Chair, Board of Trustees Marta Laskowski, Chair, Status of Women in Plant Biology Committee Erin Dolan, Chair, Education Committee Leon V. Kochian, Chair, International Committee Richard T. Sayre, Chair, Committee on Public Affairs Marguerite J. Varagona, Elected Member Gloria Muday, Elected Member Richard Vierstra, Elected Member Estelle M. Hrabak, Rep to Executive Committee, Northeastern Section Roberto Gaxiola, Rep to Executive Committee, Western Section Zhongchi Liu, Rep to Executive Committee, Mid-Atlantic Section Sarah Wyatt, Rep to Executive Committee, Midwestern Section Kent Chapman, Rep to Executive Committee, Southern Section inTErnATionAl CoMMiTTEE (3-yEAr TErMs) Leon V. Kochian, Chair Thomas W. Okita Samuel Gudu Jurandir Magalhaes Bijay Singh George Ude MEMbErshiP CoMMiTTEE (4-yEAr TErMs) David Horvath, Chair Colleen Doherty Frank G. Dohleman Rebecca Arundale Leeann Thornton CoMMiTTEE on MinoriTy AffAirs (3-yEAr TErMs) MariaElena B. Zavala, Chair Gokhan Hacisalihoglu, adjunct member Adan Colon-Carmona Linda Different Cloud Beronda L. Montgomery Jorge Vivanco John J. Harada

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noMinATinG CoMMiTTEE (3-yEAr TErMs) Peggy Lemaux,Chair, President-elect Steven C. Huber, President Nicholas C. Carpita, Immediate Past-President oPErATions subCoMMiTTEE Steven C. Huber, Chair, President Nicholas C. Carpita, Immediate Past-President, Chair Peggy Lemaux, President-elect Mary Lou Guerinot, Chair, Board of Trustees ProGrAM CoMMiTTEE (4-yEAr TErMs) Julia Bailey-Serres, Chair/Secretary Peggy Lemaux, President-elect Judy Callis, Past Secretary Janet Braam Todd C. Mockler Jeffrey F. Harper Andrew Bent CoMMiTTEE on PubliC AffAirs Richard T. Sayre, Chair Nicholas C. Carpita, Immediate Past-President Colleen Doherty, Early Career Representative Patrick S. Schnable Elizabeth E. Hood Maureen McCann Norman G. Lewis Julian Schroeder Sally A. Mackenzie David Stern PubliCATions CoMMiTTEE (5-yEAr TErMs) Sally A. Mackenzie, Chair Neil E. Olszewski Caren Chang Gary Stacey Georg Jander WoMEn in PlAnT bioloGy CoMMiTTEE Marta Laskowski, Chair Michael M. Neff Diane C. Bassham Wendy Peer Carolyn Wetzel Kateri Duncan

Committee Meeting schedule
Friday, July, 20
7:45 AM–9:00 AM Education Foundation rooM: 11b

Saturday, July 21
7:00–8:30 AM Women in Plant Biology rooM: shoW offiCE 12, MEzzAninE lEvEl International rooM: 11b

Sunday, July 22
7:00 AM–8:30 AM Public Affairs Committee rooM: 11b Education Committee rooM: shoW offiCE 12, MEzzAninE lEvEl

Monday, July 23
Minority Affairs rooM: shoW offiCE 12, MEzzAninE lEvEl Membership Committee rooM: 11b

Tuesday, July 24
7:30 AM–9:30 AM Program Committee rooM: shoW offiCE 12, MEzzAninE lEvEl

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going green
GOING GREEN! This year every effort was made to ensure that our 2012 meeting is as environmentally friendly as possible.
nEW: Paperless Ticketing Most events for attendees no longer use a paper ticket. We now use RFID badge scanning at the door to pre-registered/pre-paid for events to replace paper ticketing. MATEriAls And suPPliEs Printed materials were mostly produced in Texas and to provide income for the local economy. Whenever possible, printing was done with recycled materials. We will serve mostly local food at all food events during the meeting. As many materials, logistical items, and hired staff are sourced out to local vendors as possible. ProGrAM booK And noTEPAds This year, we have opted to only put the abstract titles and authors in the printed program, and created memory sticks for the full abstracts. We have also eliminated the notepads and instead added note areas within the program book for you. rECyClinG bins Recycling bins will be provided throughout the meeting space, and we have requested hotels to provide recycling and linen reuse programs in the hotel rooms. Name badge collection bins will be also be provided at the end of the meeting so that badgeholders can be reused for future meetings. sAvE EnErGy We will conserve energy in meeting rooms that are not in use.

What can you do as an attendee?
1. Make a conscious effort to recycle, not only while in the meeting venues but also while touring or enjoying the local area. 2. Take advantage of the linen and towel reuse program in the hotel rooms. 3. Be conscious of your water consumption by turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth and limiting your shower. 4. Patronize the local shops and vendors.

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exhibit hall information
ExhibiT hAll hoT sPoTs!
Don’t miss your opportunity to win $300 cash! Attendees have six chances to win a $300 cash drawing by being in the right booth at the right time. During six designated 15-minute periods (two drawings each day), three potential hot spot numbers will be randomly chosen and called over the PA system. One of the three booths will be selected as the hot spot. Attendees will have 15 minutes to pick one of the booths. All attendees, standing in the booth that is selected as the hot spot when the number is called, will be eligible to win $300 right there in the booth. Badges will be scanned, and the winner will be drawn. Attendees standing in the hot spot booths give consent to their badge being scanned and contact information given to the hot spot companies.

sCAvEnGEr hunT:
Don’t miss your opportunity to win $100. Collect stickers from this year’s Exhibitor Scavenger Hunt participants and place them on your scavenger hunt card found at registration and the exhibit hall entrance. Drop off your completed card in the boxes located at the ASPB booth or registration desk. A drawing will be held Monday, July 23th at 10:30 AM and the winner will be announced inside the Exhibit Hall.

hoT sPoT CoMPAniEs:
Conviron hybrigenics li-Cor Mo bio laboratories syngenta Booth 609 Booth 601 Booth 402 Booth 515 Booth 409

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exhibitor directory
Advanced Analytical booth 403 berthold Technologies
99 Midway Lane, Oak Ridge, TN 37830 Website: www.berthold-us.com Berthold Technologies is the worldwide leader in Luminescent imaging and detection. We offer highly sensitive instruments used in research; the NightShade Plant Imaging system which monitors luminescence and fluorescence in seedlings/whole plants; this system can include LED light sources for Day/Night simulation, side view camera and turntable for square Petri-Dishes.

booth 314

2711 S. Loop Dr., Suite 4150, Ames, IA 50010 Website: www.aati-us.com Advanced Analytical is the maker of the Fragment Analyzer™ capillary electrophoresis (CE) instrument to analyze DNA fragments for Next-Gen Sequencing, genotyping, checking RNA quality and quantity, and working with microsatellite SSRs.

AsPb Education Center

booth 411/412

15501 Monona Dr., Rockville, MD 20877 Website: my/aspb.org?page=Education Discover new plant-based educational modules created by the winners of the Competition for Innovative Instruction and see how to use their interactive resources in your learning community. The Education booth offers many resources, developed by ASPB members and expert partners, that span the educational spectrum from earlyeducation to the undergraduate curriculum, for use on campus as well as to facilitate faculty support of K-12 and community educators. Learn about guides to best practices in teaching and learning, publishing education scholarship, and framing science controversies. Be sure to catch the informal “Hot Topics in Science Education” discussions lead by outstanding innovators in outreach and curriculum development. The Hot Topics schedule is posted in the booth; alerts will be sent out via the ASPB meeting app and our Twitter feed #PB12_Austin.

bio Chambers incorporated

booth 502

477 Jarvis Ave., Winnipeg, MB R2W 3A8, Canada Website: www.biochambers.com

Carl zeiss Microimaging, inc.
One Zeiss Dr., Thronwood, NY 10594 Website: www.zeiss.com/microscopy

booth 201

Carl Zeiss is one of the leading manufacturers of laser microdissection, light, electron and ion beam microscope systems and offers complete solutions for biomedical research, the healthcare sector and high-tech industries. Its product line spans a broad spectrum from routine light microscopes to research level imaging systems and ultraresolution systems.

Cid bio-science bAsf Plant science, l.l.C booth 214
26 Davis Drive, Research Triangle Pa, NC 27709 Website: www.basf.com/plantscience BASF Plant Science is one of the world’s leading companies providing innovative plant biotechnology solutions for agriculture. Today, about 840 BASF Plant Science employees are helping farmers meet the growing demand for improved agricultural productivity and healthier nutrition for humans and animals. BASF Plant Science has developed an unparalleled gene discovery platform focusing on yield and quality traits in crops such as corn, canola, soybeans, wheat and rice.

booth 302

4901 NW Camas meadows Dr., Camas, WA 98607 Website: www.cid-inc.com CID Bio-Science designs and manufactures scientific instruments for agricultural, environmental and biotechnological research. CID’s mission is to satisfy the needs of researchers by designing instruments that are: reliable, portable and easy-to-use. CID instruments provide relevant data for: Photosynthesis, Leaf Area, Plant Canopy Analysis, Spectroscopy, Root Imaging and Analysis, and Ethylene Analysis.

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Conviron

booth 609

Elsevier

booth 209

590 Berry St., Winnipeg, MB R3H OR9, Canada Website: www.conviron.com Conviron is a global supplier of controlled environment systems for plant science research. We offer an extensive product portfolio of single and multi-tier chambers and rooms, research growth house and greenhouses, much of which is customized to a client’s specific requirements. To help ensure project success, we also offer specialized services from early-stage engineering and design through to installation, project commissioning and on-going maintenance and support.

9430 Key West Ave., Suite 113, Rockville, MD 20850 Website: www.pathwaystudio.com Pathway Studio® from Elsevier, integrates data extraction, experimental data, and visualization tools. Rapidly distill vast amounts of information into useable, relevant knowledge across your domain (mammalian, plant, drugs), interpret experimental data and create models around traits/ diseases in plant species and detail mechanisms of action behind specific compounds

dynamax, inc.

booth 202

10808 Fallstone Rd., Suite 350, Houston, TX, 77099 Website: www.dynamax.com

 

Berthold’s newest instrument in Plant Research

The only dedicated in vivo plant imager!

NightSHADE
Research such as… *Gene research in plants * Genetic regulation * Circadian rhythms * Regulation of plant growth * Stress tolerance * Abundance of reactive oxygen species (ROS) * In planta drug discovery Features… * Deeply cooled CCD camera with high resolution * Top and side view imaging * Luminescence & fluorescence * Large intelligent dark box * LED-based plant illumination for daylight stimulation * Rotating and x-y table to hold multiple dishes & side imaging * Temperature control of plates 

 

Berthold Technologies 
Visit us at  booth #314       

PH:  865‐483‐1488    Email:  berthold‐us@berthold.com  www.berthold‐us.com 

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faculty of 1000 booth 401
Middlesex House, 34-42 Cleveland St., London, United Kingdom Website: http://f1000.com Faculty of 1000 identifies the best articles in biology and medicine based on the opinions of 10,000 top scientists and clinical researchers, who provide short evaluations explaining why the selected articles are important. Updated continuously, F1000.com contains more than 120,000 evaluations covering essential research from more than 3,500 journals.

Journal of Experimental botany/ soc. for Experimental botany booth 504
Lancaster University, Bailrigg House, Lancaster, United Kingdom Website: jxb.oxfordjournals.org The JXB publishes high quality manuscripts that address questions of broad interest to plant biologists. If you’re interested in learning more about the JXB, our special issues, open access policy, the Society of Experimental Biology, or simply want to enter our competition then please make sure to visit our stand

Genscript usA
860 Centennial Ave, Piscataway, NJ, 08854 Website: www.genscript.com

booth 315

lemnaTec Gmbh
18 Schumanstr, Wuerselen, Germany Website: www.lemnatec.com

booth 306

GenScript is the largest global suppliers of research services and products (custom genes, peptides, proteins, antibodies, antibody engineering, assay development, etc). Since 2002, we’ve provided dedicated support for global clients via our R&D bio-reagent and bio-assay center. In 2011, 2300+ peer-reviewed journal articles referenced GenScript, making us world’s most-cited CRO.

LemnaTec’s team of scientists develops hard- and software solutions for Plant Phenomics, high-throughput and high-content screening of seedlings, insects and other organisms and for the automated evaluation of bio tests in ecotoxicology.

li-Cor bioscience hybriGEniCs services sAs
3-5 Impasse Reille, France Website: www.hybrigenics.com Hybrigenics Services is a complete solution provider to understand proteins’ functions in cells through the identification and modulation of protein interactions. We offer 3 lines of services to: 1) DISCOVER novel protein interactions 2) VALIDATE proteins’ function in cells 3) INHIBIT protein interactions with small molecules

booth 402

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4421 Superior St., Lincoln, NE 68504 Website: www.licor.com/env LI-COR instruments for photosynthesis and fluorescence, gas analysis, leaf area, and light measurement are recognized worldwide for standard-setting innovation in plant science and environmental research. LI-COR pioneered the development of infrared fluorescence labeling and detection systems for imaging, DNA sequencing, microsatellites, and AFLP® for genomic research and discovery.

integra biosciences
2 Wentworth Dr., Hudson, NH 03051 Website: www.integra-biosciences.com

booth 309

Microbiology international

booth 510

INTEGRA is a leading provider of high-quality laboratory tools for liquid handling, media preparation, sterilization and cell cultivation. We are committed to creating innovative solutions which fulfill the needs of our customers in research, diagnostics and quality control within the life science markets and medical industry.

5108 Pegasus Ct., Suite A, Frederick, MD 21704 Website: www.800EZMICRO.com

Mo bio laboratories, inc.
2746 Loker Ave., West, Carlsbad, CA 92008 Website: www.mobio.com

booth 515

MO BIO Laboratories, Inc. is a global leader in solutions for nucleic acid purification, offering innovative tools for research in plant biology. Our patented Inhibitor Removal Technology ensures isolation of high quality, inhibitor-

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www.ppsystems.com

For field work, the choice is obvious.
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opti-sciences, inc.
8 Winn Ave., Hudson, NH 03051

booth 512

Monsanto

booth 603

700 Chesterfield Parkway W., Chesterfield, MO 63017, St. Louis, MO 63167 www.monsanto.com Monsanto is one of the world’s leading agricultural technology companies. We develop better seeds through a mixture of traditional breeding and world-class biotechnologies. Every day we invest over $3 million in research to help the world’s farmers produce more with less resources.

OptiSciences Inc. – New – Chlorophyll content meter for conifers, cactus, moss, turf grass, fruit, immature & germinating plants. New - hand held chlorophyll fluorometer the OS30p +. Research chlorophyll fluorometers, & ADC BioScientific photosynthesis equipment.

oxford university Press
198 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016

booth 311

nsf/usdA/doE

booth 509

DOE, Office of Science, SC-22. 13, Washington, DC Website: www.nsf.org; www.science.energy.gov Representatives from the Department of Energy, the National Institute of Food and Agriculture /US Department of Agriculture, and the National Science Foundation will provide information about funding opportunities for plant biology research and education.

Visit OUP at our booth to browse prestigious, high quality books and journals in plant biology. You’ll receive a 20% discount on books and you can pick up your free sample copy of our journals including Annals of Botany, Molecular Plant and Journal of Experimental Botany. You can also learn more about our online only journal, AoB PLANTS.

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Percival scientific
505 Research Dr., Perry, IA 50220 Website: www.percival-scientific.com Percival Scientific, in business for over 125 years, sets the standard of excellence for the environmental control industry. Percival offers a complete line of customized plant growth chambers, Arabidopsis chambers, plant tissue culture chambers, incubators and environmental control rooms to match your research and budget needs.

booth 505

org). Information will be available from these groups and a collection of other plant genomics databases and projects with resources for sequenced genomes, ontology development, genetic mapping, functional annotation of genes, mutants and phenotypes, plant metabolism, genetic diversity and bioinformatics tools, including KBase (kbase.us), MaizeGDB (www.maizegdb.org), RiceXPro (ricexpro.dna.affrc.go.jp), SGN (www.solgenomics.net, Soybase (soybase.org), SoyKB (soykb.org), and TreeGenes (dendrome.ucdavis.edu/treegenes),

Photon system instruments ltd.
Hogrova 20, Bmo, Czech Republic Website: http://www.psi.cz

booth 506

PP systems

booth 516

110 Haverhill Rd., Suite 301, Amesbury, MA 01913 See the latest high quality research instrumentation for measurement of photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, soil respiration, CO2 & H2O infrared gas analysis, oxygen, and vegetation reflectance, and a wide range of light sensors (UVA/UVB, PAR, Red/Far Red). We are also the proud exclusive distributor for Hansatech Instruments, Skye Instruments, bbe Moldaenke & Gill Instruments.

PSI - Czech Republic based company - specializes in design and manufacture of sophisticated, high-end instrumentation for research in biological sciences. PSI current product lines include: (1) devices for chlorophyll fluorescence measuring and advanced imaging; (2) wide range of compact, hand-held instrumentation; (3) hightech photobioreactors and other algal cultivators; (4) intelligent growth chambers.

Qubit systems, inc.
700 Gardiners Rd., Suite 105, Kingston, ON K7M 3X9, Canada Website: www.qubitsystems.com

booth 410

PhytoTechnology laboratories, llC
14335 West 97th Terrace, Lenexa, KS 66215 Website: www.phytotechlab.com

booth 303

PhytoTechnology Laboratories® is a global supplier of microbiological media, biochemicals, plant tissue culture media, and laboratory supplies for the plant pathology, plant molecular biology, and plant science markets. Visit our booth for more details and information about our products and company. For unmatched quality & service, choose PhytoTechnology Laboratories®.

Qubit Systems Inc. specializes in instrumentation for industry, research and teaching in the biological and environmental sciences. We manufacture and sell broad range of gas analyzers (see our NEW Q-Box Packages), environmental sensors, chlorophyll and GFP fluorescence imaging systems that range from hand-held instruments to high-throughput systems for plant phenotyping

The samuel roberts noble foundation

booth 513

Plant Genome resources outreach

booth 215

2510 Sam Noble Parkway, Ardmore, OK 73401 Website: www.noble.org

Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Plant Biology, 260 Panama Street, Stanford, CA 94305 Project representatives will be present to demonstrate tools for cutting-edge genomics and genetics research and to answer questions from BAR (www.bar.utoronto. ca), Gramene (www.gramene.org), iPlant (www. iplantcollaborative.org), PO (www.plantontology.org), PMN (www.plantcyc.org), and TAIR (www.Arabidopsis.

spex samplePrep llC
15 Liberty St., Metuchen, NJ 08873 Website: www.spexsampleprep.com

booth 301

SPEX SamplePrep, LLC was founded in 1954 providing superior sample preparation equipment. Our 2010 Geno/ Grinder®, a high-throughput tissue lyser featuring KryoTech® accessories that allow the pre-chilling of samples,

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and Freezer/Mills®. cryogenic mills used with liquid nitrogen, are specifically designed for extracting DNA/RNA from plant tissues while preserving the sample’s integrity.

union biometrica

booth 310

35 Medford St., Suite 101, Somerville, MA 02143 Union Biometrica Large Particle Flow Cytometers automate the analysis & dispensing of objects too big/fragile for traditional flow cytometers. Samples include seeds (Arabidopsis), protoplasts and calli, and encapsulated cells. Choose from COPAS models or BioSorter with interchangeable modules to cover the full 10-1500μm range – ideal for shared instrument grants.

springer
233 Spring St., New York, NY, 10013 Website: www.springer.com

booth 501

Get hands-on experience with Springer’s multi-format publishing model: print – eBook – MyCopy (printed eBooks for US$ 24.95). Our mission is to support your research. Come browse our books in your preferred format: print, online, or on an iPad. Ensure optimized print and electronic dissemination of your work! Get Read. Publish With Springer. http://www.springer.com

The university of nebraskalincoln online Plant breeding and Genetics Professional development Certificate

booth 304

syngenta biotechnology, inc.

202 Keim Hall, Lincoln, NE 68583 Website: http://argonomu.unl.edu/plantgenetics

booth 409

3054 E. Cornwallis Rd., Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 Website: www.syngentathoughtseeders.com Syngenta, one of the world’s leading companies with more than 26,000 employees in over 90 countries, strives to maximize innovation potential by combining its industry expertise with the capabilities of other global technology leaders. Together, Syngenta and its partners will continue to deliver integrated agricultural solutions to customers. For more information or to initiate a collaboration, visit SyngentaThoughtseeders.com.

The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska is pleased to offer The Plant Breeding and Genetics Professional Development Certificate program. Our online professional development certificate program covers a broad scope of key topics for seed industry and plant breeding professionals.

uvP, llC
2066 W., 11th St., Upland, CA 91786 Website: www.uvp.com

booth 605

syngene

booth 405

5108 Pegasus Ct., Suite M, Frederick, MD 21704 Website: www.syngene.com For over 25 years, Syngene has consistently pioneered innovations for gel and blot imaging and software analysis. Our highly automated software programs rapidly capture and analyze samples quickly and efficiently. Our products, including the revolutionary G:Box series, offer solutions for multi-label fluorescence, chemiluminescence, UV fluorescence, colorimetric and colony counting samples.

UVP BioImaging Systems include BioSpectrum® Imaging System with advanced, automated controls for plant, chemiluminescence, fluorescence, multiplex, colorimetric imaging and analysis. ChemiDoc-It®TS2 Imager has integrated touch screen/computer. For excitation of stains such as GFP and RFP add BioLite MultiSpectral Light Source. Products include HEPA/UV PCR hoods, UV Crosslinkers/Cabinets and UV Lamps.

Wiley-blackwell Publishing
305 Main St., Malden, MA 02148

booth 404

Wiley-Blackwell is the international scientific, technical, medical and scholarly publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, with strengths in every major academic and professional field and partnerships with many of the world’s leading societies. For more information, please visit http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/.

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INNOVATION YIELDS RESULTS

These are the words that drive us.That inspire us to be one of the world’s leaders in providing innovative solutions for plant biotechnology. To be the most collaborative partner for complex traits.To improve agricultural productivity and provide healthier nutrition for people and animals. We are BASF Plant Science.
©2012 BASF Plant Science L.P All rights reserved. .

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major symposia abstracts
Awards symposia
A101 The core abscisic acid signaling pathway Presenter: Cutler, Sean, UC-Riverside, sean.cutler@ucr.edu A102 The success strategies of transposable elements that rapidly diversify genomes Presenter: Wessler, Susan, University of California Riverside, susan.wessler@ucr.edu

symposia ii–Abiotic stress: from sensing to survival
M201 flooding stress: sensing mechanisms and response strategies Presenter: Bailey-Serres, Julia , Center for Plant Cell Biology, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, serres@ucr.edu M202 Mild drought stress: to grow or not to grow Presenter: Inze, Dirk, VIB/Ghent University, dirk.inze@psb.vib-ugent.be M203 surfing the ros wave for successful acclimation to abiotic stresses Presenter: Mittler, Ron, University of North Texas, ron.mittler@unt.edu M204 signaling and multi-tasking in crowded environments Presenter: Pierik, Ronald, Utrecht University, r.pierik@uu.nl Keuskamp, Diederik, Utrecht University de Wit, Mieke, Utrecht University Sasidharan, Rashmi, Utrecht University Kegge, Wouter, Utrecht University Voesenek, Laurentius, Utrecht University

symposia 1–Metabolism and Metabolic networks
M101 studying networks in central metabolism Presenter: Stitt, Mark, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology Golm, mstitt@mpimp-golm.mpg.de M102 Metabolomics as a basis for functional genomics and metabolic network analysis Presenter: Saito, Kazuki, Chiba University/RIKEN Plant Science Center, ksaito@faculty.chiba-u.jp M103 Molecular profiling of Arabidopsis leaf growth in different conditions Presenter: Baerenfaller, Katja, ETH Zurich, bkatja@ethz.ch M104 Multi-tissue genome scale modeling: toward understanding plant metabolism at organismal level Presenter: Nielsen, Lars Keld, AIBN, Lars.Nielsen@uq.edu.au dal’Molin, Cristiana, AIBN Quek, Lake-Ee, The University of Queensland

symposia iii–Martin Gibbs Medal symposia: Clock biology
M301 large scale discovery approaches for circadian networks Presenter: Kay, Steve A., UC San Diego, skay@ucsd.edu

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major symposia abstracts cont.
symposia iii–Martin Gibbs Medal symposia: Clock biology
M302 As easy as AbC: applying the circadian clock model developed in Arabidopsis to brassica crops Presenter: McClung, C. Robertson, Dartmouth College, c.robertson.mcclung@dartmouth.edu Ewers, Brent, University of Wyoming Weinig, Cynthia, University of Wyoming M304 Coincident clock and light regulation of flowering time – a key to energy sorghum hybrid development Presenter: Mullet, John, Texas A&M University, jmullet@tamu.edu Murphy, Rebecca, Texas A&M University Olson, Sara, Texas A&M University Morshige, Daryle, Texas A&M University Rooney, William, Texas A&M University Klein, Patricia, Texas A&M University M403 increasing crop yields under climate variability through genetic engineering of heat and drought stress tolerance Presenter: Huang, Yafan, Performance Plants, Inc., huangy@performanceplants.com Deng, Mingde, Performance Plants, Inc. Wang, Yang, Performance Plants, Inc. Kuzma, Monika, Performance Plants, Inc. Chalifoux, Maryse, Performance Plants, Inc. Tremblay, Linda, Performance Plants, Inc. Sample, Angela, Performance Plants, Inc. Wang, Hung-Mei, Performance Plants, Inc. Uchacz, Tina, Performance Plants, Inc. Griffiths, Rebecca, Performance Plants, Inc. Killins, Roy, Performance Plants, Inc. Ying, Jifeng, Performance Plants, Inc. Yang, Shujun, Performance Plants, Inc. Dennis, David, Crops for the Future McCourt, Peter, University of Toronto Wan, Jiangxin , Performance Plants, Inc. M404 freeze tolerant eucalyptus for biomassbased industries in the southeastern united states Presenter: HInchee, Maud, ArborGen Inc., mahinch@arborgen.com M405 25 years after the first field trail of virus resistant transgenic plants: what limits application and deployment? Presenter: Beachy, Roger, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, rnbeachy@danforthcenter.org

symposia iv–Translational biology
M401 lignocellulosic (woody) biomass translation biology: realistic expectations for conversion to fuels and chemicals at scale and cost Presenter: Lewis, Norman G., Washington State University, lewisn@wsu.edu M402 Commercializing innovation for renewable feedstocks Presenter: Preuss, Daphne , Chromatin Inc, dpreuss@chromatininc.com

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symposia v–President’s symposia: Post-Translational Modifications Key to signaling and Metabolism
M501 The role of receptor kinase phosphorylation in plant signaling pathways Presenter: Clouse, Steven, North Carolina State University, steve_clouse@ncsu.edu Wang, Xioafeng, North Carolina State University Mitra, Srijeet, BASF Bajwa, Vikramjit, Univeristy of Guelph Tara, Ruiqiang, North Carolina State University Man-Ho, University of Illinois Kevin, North Carolina State University Michael, North Carolina State University Steven, University of Illinois

M502 regulation of Arabidopsis surface immune receptor complex activity Presenter: Zipfel, Cyril, The Sainsbury Laboratory, cyril.zipfel@tsl.ac.uk M503 Exploring the role of lysine acetylation in the regulation of plant metabolism\ Presenter: Finkemeier, Iris, LMU Munich, i.finkemeier@lmu.de M504 regulatory phosphorylation and monoubiquitination of novel phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase isoforms in castor oil seeds Presenter: Plaxton, William C., Queen’s Univ., plaxton@queensu.ca

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Molecular life Of Plants
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Minisymposia 1 – Metal stress
P12005 Expressing ncznt1 and ncztp1 from noccaea (thlaspi) caerulescens enhance zn and cd tolerance and accumulation in nicotiana tabacum Presenter: Hassan, Zeshan, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen, The Netherlands, zeshan.hassan@wur.nl Schat, Henk, Vrije University Amsterdam Cuypers, Ann, Hasselt University Vangronsveld, Jaco, Hasselt University Aarts, Mark, Wageningen University and Reseacrh Centre P12010 Molecular mechanisms of crop adaptation to acid soils Presenter: Kochian, Leon, USDA-ARS, Cornell University, Leon.Kochian@ars.usda.gov Magalhaes, Jurandir, Embrapa Maize and Sorghum Liu, Jiping, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Piñeros, Miguel, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Maron, Lyza, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Shaff, Jon, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Guimaraes, Claudia, Embrapa Maize and Sorghum P12020 Wheat grain yield on saline soils is improved by an ancestral sodium transporter gene Presenter: Gilliham, Matthew, University of Adelaide, matthew.gilliham@adelaide.edu au, Xu, Bo, University of Adelaide James, Richard, CSIRO Hrmova, Maria, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics Munns, Rana, CSIRO P12023 Arabidopsis thaliana mrp1 (atabcc1) is a vacuolar antifolate transporter and contribute to heavy metal stress tolerance Presenter: Raichaudhuri, Ayan, University of Calcutta, India, ayan123@gmail.com P12024 Analysis of metallothionein (mt)-deficient Arabidopsis plants demonstrates mts are involved in cu homeostasis but not in metal tolerance Presenter: Yookongkaew, Nimnara, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University, nyookong@purdue.edu Benatti, Matheus, Purdue University Goldsbrough, Peter, Purdue University

Minisymposia 2 – Cell signaling
P27001 bifurcation of innate immune signaling via calcium-sensor protein kinases in Arabidopsis effector-triggered immunity Presenter: Gao, Xiquan, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University, xgao@neo.tamu.edu Chen, Xin, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University Sheen, Jen, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University Shan, Libo, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University He, Ping, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University P27002 hemera: a key component mediating early phytochrome signaling in Arabidopsis Presenter: Galvao, Rafaelo M., Biology Department / Duke University, rafaelo.galvao@duke.edu Plant Biology 2012

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Minisymposia 2 – Cell signaling
Li, Meina, Biology Department / Duke University Kothadia, Sonya, Biology Department / Duke University Haskel, Jonathan, Biology Department / Duke University Decker, Peter, Biology Department / Duke University Chen, Meng, Biology Department / Duke University P27008 Arabidopsis 14-3-3 ? is required for stomatal opening mediated by phot2 in response to blue light Presenter: Tseng, Tong-Seung, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science, tsengts@stanford.edu Whippo, Craig, Department of Natural Science, Dickinson State University Hangarter, Roger, Department of Biology, Indiana University Briggs, Winslow, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science P27012 G protein activation without a gef in the plant kingdom Presenter: Jones, Alan, University of North Carolina, alan_jones@unc.edu Urano, Daisuke, University of North Carolina Jones, Janice, Univesity of North Carolina Wang, Hao, University of Georgia Matthews, Melissa, University of North Carolina Bradford, William, University of North Carolina Bennetzen, Jeffrey, University of Georgia P27014 Elucidation of a signaling pathway mediating clavata 3 peptide and clavata 1 receptor control of stem cell fate in meristematic tissue Presenter: Chou, Hsuan, University of Connecticut, Hsuan_Tina.Chou@uconn.edu Zhu, YingFang, Purdue University Berkowitz, Gerald, University of Connecticut

Minisymposia 3 – vegetative development
P06021 A post-embryonic root growth program signaled from the Arabidopsis root stele Presenter: Sebastian, Jose, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, josethayyil08@gmail.com Zhou, Jing, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Lee, Ji-Young, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research P06027 leaf boundaries: live cell imaging of ligule development in maize Presenter: Rasmussen, Carolyn, University of Wyoming, crasmus8@uwyo.edu Luo, Anding, University of Wyoming Sylvester, Anne, University of Wyoming P06030 A tcp transcription factor, branch angle defective 1 (bad1), is required for normal tassel branch angle formation in maize Presenter: Bai, Fang, University of California, San Diego, fangbai@ucsd.edu Reinheimer, Renata, University of MissouriSaint Louis Durantini, Diego, University of California, San Diego Kellogg, Elizabeth, University of Missouri-Saint Louis Schmidt, Robert, University of California, San Diego P06032 Molecular action of seuss-like transcriptional adaptors during shoot apical meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Minisymposia 3 – vegetative development
Presenter: Wynn, April N., North Carolina State University, aprilnwynn@gmail.com Franks, Robert, North Carolina State University P06034 Trichome accessory cell differentiation is enhanced by a transcriptional target of glabra2 Presenter: Hatlestad, Greg, University of Texas at Austin, hatl0033@mail.utexas.edu Gonzalez, Antonio, University of Texas at Austin Lloyd, Alan, University of Texas at Austin P11002 bilins are necessary for the transition to photoautotrophic growth in Chlamydomonas Presenter: Duanmu, Deqiang, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California Davis, dduanmu@ucdavis.edu Rockwell, Nathan, University of California, Davis Dent, Rachel University of California, Berkeley Niyogi, Krishna, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California Berkeley Yang, Wenqiang, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford Grossman, Arthur, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford Lagarias, Clark, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California, Davis P22005 Assembly of the light-harvesting chlorophyll antenna in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii requires expression of the tla2-cpftsy gene Presenter: Kirst, Henning, UC Berkeley henning.kirst@googlemail.com García-Cerdán, Jose, UC Berkeley Zurbriggen, Andreas, UC Berkeley Melis, Anastasios, UC Berkeley P26006 Posttranslational modifications in Chlamydomonas rubisco influence catalysis Presenter: Rasineni, Girish K., University of Nebraska Lincoln, rasinenigirish@gmail.com Lim, Boon Hoe, University of Nebraska Lincoln Nakano, Toshihiro, University of Nebraska Lincoln Adamec, Jiri, University of Nebraska Lincoln Spreitzer, Robert, University of Nebraska Lincoln P11004 Arabidopsis bzip transcription factor 16 integrates light and hormone signaling pathways to regulate early seedling development

Minisymposia 4 – Algae
P01002 Engineering the inorganic carbon concentrating system of microalgae for enhanced photosynthesis Presenter: Pieris, Shayani Deborah, New Mexico Consortium, shayanipieris@gmail.com Latta, Kristen, Arizona State University Deshapande, Rahul, Michigan State University Iyer, Srinivas, Los Alamos National Laboratory Fisher, Suzanne, Los Alamos National Laboratory Shachar-Hill, Yair, Michigan State University Sayre, Richard, New Mexico Consortium P04005 Photosynthetic generation of isoprene in cyanobacteria via heterologous expression of the pueraria montana (kudzu) isoprene synthase gene Presenter: Bentley, Fiona K, University of California, Berkeley, fbentley@berkeley.edu Lindberg, Pia, University of California, Berkeley Melis, Anastasios, University of California, Berkeley

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Presenter: Hsieh, Wen-Ping, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, tina1103@gate.sinica.edu.tw Hsieh, Hsu-Liang, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University Wu, Shu-Hsing, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology P11009 identification of novel candidate genes involved in signaling or chloroplast movement Presenter: Sattarzadeh, Amirali, Cornell University Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics, as825@cornell.edu Owen, Thomas, Cornell University Department of Plant Science Hanson, Maureen, Cornell University Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics P27025 insights into phytochrome signaling through structural and mutational analyses of the thermosynechococcus elongatus pixj gaf domain Presenter: Burgie, Ernest Sethe, University of Wisconsin-Madison, burgie@wisc.edu Walker, Joseph, University of Wisconsin-Madison Phillips, George, University of Wisconsin-Madison Vierstra, Richard, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Minisymposia 6 – PlantMicrobe interactions
P25003 how does the plant say no more? A molecular genetic approach to the autoregulation of nodulation Presenter: Frugoli, Julia, Genetics & Biochemistry, jfrugol@clemson.edu Schnabel, Elise, Clemson University Kassaw, Tessema, Clemson University P25012 Plant versus pathogen: a tug of war for food Presenter: Frommer, Wolf B., Carnegie Institution for Science, wfrommer@carnegiescience.edu Chen, Li-Qing, Carnegie Institution for Science Sosso, Davide, Carnegie Institution for Science White, Frank, Kansas State University Lin, I., Carnegie Institution for Science Qu, Xiao Qing, Carnegie Institution for Science P25021 Edts1 (edr2 suppressor 1), a receptorlike protein kinase regulates plant innate immunity Presenter: Tang, Dingzhong, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sc, dztang@genetics.ac.cn Shi, Hua, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS

Minisymposia 5 – light signaling
P11010 basis of plant growth promotion by cryptochromes in response to shade signals Presenter: Pedmale, Ullas V., Salk Institute for Biological Studies, upedmale@salk.edu Cole, Benjamin, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Hetzel, Jonathan, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Chory, Joanne , Salk Institute for Biological Studies and HHMI P16031 Effects of photosynthetic redox stress on gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana Presenter: Bode, Rainer, Western University Canada, rbode2@uwo.ca Huner, Norman, Western University Canada

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P25036 Microbe-associated molecular patterns (mamp)-triggered root responses mediate beneficial rhizobacterial recruitment in Arabidopsis Presenter: Lakshmanan, Venkatachalam, University of Delaware, venki@udel.edu Kitto, Sherry, University of Delaware Caplan, Jeffrey, Delaware Biotechnology Institute Bais, Harsh, University of Delaware P25053 The bacterial wilt pathogen, ralstonia solanacearum: effector proteins and plant root responses Presenter: Mitra, Raka M., Carleton College, rmitra@carleton.edu Tseng, Ching-Ying, University of Texas at Austin P16047 Towards a map of the landscape of translational regulation in Arabidopsis Presenter: von Arnim, Albrecht, University of Tennessee, vonarnim@utk.edu Guan, Ju, University of Tennessee Tiruneh, Bayu, University of Tennessee Vaughn, Justin, University of Tennessee Kim, Byung-Hoon, University of Tennessee Missra, Anamika, University of Tennessee P26003 regulation of abscisic acid signalling pathways by 26s proteasome subunit rpt4 Presenter: Marshall, Richard S, University of Wisconsin, rsmarshall@wisc.edu Lee, Kwang-Hee, University of Wisconsin Vierstra, Richard, University of Wisconsin

Minisymposia 7 – PostTranscriptional regulation
P16020 Crs is a novel circadian clock factor with splicing defects Presenter: Jones, Matthew A., UC Davis, majones@ucdavis.edu Williams, Brian, UC Davis Simpson, Craig, Cell and Molecular Sciences Brown, John, James Hutton Institute Harmer, Stacey, UC Davis P16021 roles of target site location and sequence complementarity in trans-acting sirna formation in Arabidopsis Presenter: Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin, cqzhang@mail.utexas.edu Ng, Danny, The University of Texas at Austin Lu, Jie, The University of Texas at Austin Chen, Jeffrey, The University of Texas at Austin P16030 redox control of plant translation Presenter: Browning, Karen, University of Texas at Austin, kbrowning@mail.utexas.edu

Minisymposia 8 – Emerging Technologies
P02013 Targeted protein aggregation in Arabidopsis thaliana plants as a tool to specifically knock-down protein function Presenter: Betti, Camilla , Department Plant Systems Biology, Gent University - VIB, camilla.betti@psb.ugent.be Coutuer, Silvie, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Xu, Jie, VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology, KU Leuven Van Houtte, Isabelle, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Inze, Dirk, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Rousseau, Frederic , VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology, KU Leuven Schymkowitz, Joost, VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology, KU Leuven Russinova, Eugenia, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Plant Biology 2012

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P02018 Enhancing zinc finger nuclease-mediated genome modification in Arabidopsis by manipulating dna repair pathways Presenter: Qi, Yiping, University of Minnesota, qixx0026@umn.edu Zhang, Yong, University of Minnesota Zhang, Feng, University of Minnesota Baller, Joshua, University of Minnesota Starker, Colby, University of Minnesota Cleland, Spencer, University of Minnesota Ryu, Yungil, University of Minnesota Voytas, Daniel, University of Minnesota P16044 Tal effectors for disease and tal nucleases for target gene editing in plant Presenter: Yang, Bing, Iowa State University byang@iastate.edu Li, Ti, Iowa State University Liu, Bo, Iowa State University White, Frank, Kansas State University P20001 A genomic scale artificial micro rna library as a tool to investigate the redundant gene space in Arabidopsis thaliana Presenter: Hauser, Felix , UCSD, fhauser@ucsd.edu Chen, Wenxiao, UCSD Chang, Kenneth, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Fitz, Joffrey, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology Ossowski, Stephan, Centre de Regulació Genòmica Hannon, Greg, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Schroeder, Julian, UCSD P20004 imaging and analyzing structural and functional traits of plants with mri-pet coregistration Presenter: Jahnke, Siegfried, Forschungszentrum Juelich, s.jahnke@fz-juelich.de

Minisymposia 9 – Circadian rhythms
P16006 reveille8 regulates both evening and morning genes to define the evening phase in Arabidopsis Presenter: Hsu, Polly Yingshan, UC Davis, yshsu@ucdavis.edu Harmer, Stacey, UC Davis P16008 Characterization of maturity genes controlling flowering in response to photoperiod in sorghum bicolor Presenter: Murphy, Rebecca, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University, rmurphy46@neo.tamu.edu Morishige, Daryl, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University Brady, Jeffrey, Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center Rooney, William, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University Yang, Shanshan, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University Klein, Patricia, Department of Horticultural Sciences and Institute for Plant Genomics Mullet, John, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University P16026 direct regulation of physiological responses by the Arabidopsis circadian clock component prr7 Presenter: Farre, Eva, Michigan State University farre@msu.edu Liu, Tiffany, Michigan State University Carlsson, Jenny, Michigan State University

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Newton, Linsey, Michigan State University Takeuchi, Tomomi, Michigan State University P17004 regulation of circadian rhythms and growth vigor in Arabidopsis hybrids and polyploids Presenter: Miller, Marisa, UT Austin, marisa.e.miller@gmail.com P26002 functional dissection of ztl protein motifs: the lov domain in the regulation of the circadian clock and plant development Presenter: Kim, Jeongsik , Ohio State University, kim.2664@osu.edu Geng, Ruishuang, Ohio State University Gallenstein, Richard, Ohio State University Somers, David, Ohio State University Schlauch, Karen, University of Nevada, Reno Mittler, Ron, University of North Texas P13006 Temperature modultion of plant defense responses Presenter: Hua, Jian, Cornell University, jh299@cornell.edu Mang, Hyung-gon, Cornell University Qian, Weiqiang, Cornell University Zhu, Ying, Cornell University Kang, Hong-Gu, BTI Qian, Jun, Cornell University Klessig, Daniel, BTI P13012 Mutation of eif5b results in loss of thermotolerance in Arabidopsis Presenter: Peng, Huiru, University of Massachusetts; China Agricultural University, huiru@biochem.umass.edu Gaikwad, Kishor, Indian Agricultural Research Institute Lee, Ung, University of Arizona Carroll, Joseph T., University of Arizona Vierling, Elizabeth, University of Massachusetts

Minisymposia 10 – Temperature stress
P13001 The circadian clock regulates plant growth response to high temperature pulses Presenter: Tran, Huy Duc, University of California, Davis, hdtran@ucdavis.edu Nozue, Kazunari, University of California, Davis Maloof, Julin, University of California, Davis P13003 Cyclin d3;2 is cleaved in a dicer-dependent manner at a conserved sequence site in the 5’utr in response to cold Presenter: Horvath, David, USDA-ARS, david.horvath@ars.usda.gov P13005 identification of the mbf1 heat-response regulon of Arabidopsis thaliana Presenter: Suzuki, Nobuhiro, University of North Texas, nsjoinlu@gmail.com Sejima, Hiroe, University of Nevada, Reno Tam, Rachel, University of Nevada, Reno

Minisymposia 11 – receptor-like Kinases
P06024 direct interaction of ligand-receptor pairs specifying stomatal patterning Presenter: Torii, Keiko U., Department of Biology and HHMI, University of Washington, ktorii@u.washington.edu Lee, Jin Suk, Department of Biology, University of Washington Hnilova, Marketa, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington Kuroha, Takeshi, Department of Biology, University of Washington Khatayevich, Dmitriy Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington Kanaoka, Masahiro, Department of Biology, Plant Biology 2012

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University of Washington Sarikaya, Mehmet, Materials Sciences and Engineering, University of Washington Tamerler, Candan, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington P25009 The novel short lrr-rk sel is a positive regulator of pamp-triggered immunity Presenter: Macho, Alberto P., The Sainsbury Laboratory, alberto.macho@sainsbury-laboratory.ac.uk Nicaise, Valerie, The Sainsbury Laboratory Ntoukakis, Vardis, The Sainsbury Laboratory Zipfel, Cyril, The Sainsbury Laboratory P25045 roles of plant elicitor peptides and their cognate pepr receptors Presenter: Huffaker, Alisa , USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural & Veterinary Entomology alisa.huffaker@ars.usda.gov Yamaguchi, Yube, Univeristy of Hokkaido Friman, Karina, University of Florida Schmelz, Eric, USDA-ARS CMAVE P27003 feronia receptor kinase, a multi-tasking cell surface regulator, and its interactions with potential signals and other cell surface molecules Presenter: Wu, Hen-ming, University of Massachusetts, hmwu@biochem.umass.edu Li, Chao, University of Massachusetts Kita, Daniel, University of Massachusetts Duan, Qiaohong, University of Massachusetts Gates, Laura, University of Massachusetts Luu, Emily, University of Massachusetts Harrison, Keisha, University of Massachusetts Cheung, Alice , University of Massachusetts P27020 differences between initial molecular steps of damp and pamp receptor mediated immune cascades: studies of calcium signaling by pepr1 and fls2 Presenter: Ma, Yi , University of Connecticut, yi.ma@uconn.edu Berkowitz, Gerald, University of Connecticut

Minisymposia 12 – Molecualr Evolution
P17006 Two sodium/proton antiporter plant gene families, two different evolutionary histories Presenter: Pires, Ines S, New York University, isp2@nyu.edu Negrao, Sonia, Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica, UNL Oliveira, Margarida, Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica, UNL Purugganan, Michael, New York University P17016 Evolution of aquaporin-like proteins in plants Presenter: Johanson, Urban , Lund University, urban.johanson@biochemistry.lu.se Anderberg, Hanna, Lund University Danielson, Jonas, Lund University P17017 understanding genome evolution post polyploidization in brassicaceae using the newly sequenced genome of wild radish (raphanus raphanistrum) Presenter: Moghe, Gaurav , Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University, moghegau@ msu.edu Hufnagel, David, Michigan State University Massa, Alicia, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Tang, Haibao, J Craig Venter Institute

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Towne, Christopher, J Craig Venter Institute Buell, C. Robin, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Dworkin, Ian, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University Conner, Jeffrey, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Shiu, Shin-Han, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University P17020 homoplasy as a source of phylogenetic signal: using high-throughput sequencing data to characterize the evolution of glycine genome groups Presenter: Ilut, Daniel, Cornell University, dci1@cornell.edu Doyle, Jeff, Cornell University P17021 A fully resolved phylogeny of the brassica crops and wild relatives (brassiceae: brassicaceae): testing biogeographical and diversification hypothesis Presenter: Arias-Garzon, Tatiana, University of MIssouri, tatiana.tatianaarias@gmail.com Pires, Chris, University of Missouri Pawl, Michael , Western Michigan University Peet, Micah, Western Michigan University Last, Robert, Michigan State University Lu, Yan, Western Michigan University P19004 interorganellar complementation demonstrates biochemical continuity between the chloroplast and er \Presenter: Mehrshahi, Payam, Michigan State University, payam@msu.edu DellaPenna, Dean, Michigan State University Froehlich, John, Michigan State University Stefano, Giovanni, Michigan State University Brandizzi, Federica, Michigan State University P19005 Predictive modeling of developing oilseed metabolism Presenter: Hay, Jordan , Brookhaven National Laboratory, jhay@bnl.gov Schwender, Jorg, Brookhaven National Laboratory P19010 Metabolic plasticity in soybean seeds under water deficits Presenter: Valliyodan, Babu, University of Misssouri, valliyodanb@missouri.edu Shi, Haiying, University of Missouri Joshi, Trupti, University of Missouri Farmer, Andrew, National Center for Genome Resources May, Gregory, National Center for Genome Resources Xu, Dong, University of Missouri Nguyen, Henry, Univeristy of Missouri

Minisymposia 13 – Metabolism
P19001 Enzymatic regulation of sterols and glycoalkaloid biosynthesis in potato (solanum tuberosum) plants Presenter: Arif, Usman, Swedish University of Agriculture Sciences, usman.arif@slu.se P19003 novel transcriptional regulation of biosynthesis of aspartate-derived amino acids Presenter: Lu, Yan, Western Michigan University, yan.1.lu@wmich.edu Clark, Teresa, Western Michigan University Wessendorf, Ryan, Western Michigan University

Minisymposia 14 – AbA
P06026 Ck2 alpha subunits affect multiple developmental and stress-responsive pathways in Arabidopsis Presenter: Mulekar, Jidnyasa, University of Texas at Austin, saytojidnyasa@gmail.com Bu, Qingyun, University of Texas at Austin Plant Biology 2012

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Chen, Fulu, University of Texas at Austin Huq, Enamul, University of Texas at Austin P09001 Chemical genetics uncovers rapid downregulation of abscisic acid signaling network by a type iii effector signaling pathway Presenter: Schroeder, Julian, University of California San Diego, jischroe@biomail.ucsd.edu Kim, Tae-Houn, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Hauser, Felix, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Kunz, Henning, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Ha, Tracy, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Xue, Shaowu, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Böhmer, Maik, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Nishimura, Noriyuki, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Hubbard, Katharine, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Peine, Nora, Department of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Max-Planck Institute Lee, Stephen, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Robert, Nadia, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Parker, Jane, Department of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Max-Planck Institute P09011 field testing of transgenic cotton expressing Arabidopsis aba insensitive5 and b3-domain related to abi3/viviparous1 (rav) transcription factors Presenter: Rock, Chris, Texas Tech University, chris.rock@ttu.edu MIttal, Amandeep, Texas Tech University Jiang, Ying-wen, Texas Tech University Jia, Fan, Texas Tech University Mallick, Sayani, Texas Tech University Payton, Paxton, USDA Plant Stress and Germplasm Lab, Lubbock Ritchie, Glen, Texas Tech University Burke, John, USDA Plant Stress and Germplasm Lab, Lubbock P16007 Calmodulin-binding protein cbp60g enhanced Arabidopsis disease resistance, abscisic acid sensitivity and drought tolerance Presenter: Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, lguojing@yahoo.com Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wang, Ruigang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wan, Dongli, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Li, Ruili, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Zou, Bo, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Cong, Jinyu, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Xia, Yiji, Hong Kong Baptist University Zhang, Xin, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University P18019 The latd/nip transporter is required for normal aba localization at the root tip as well as for cell wall formation Presenter: Ondzighi , Christine, University of Vermont, condzigh@uvm.edu Harris, Jeanne , University of Vermont

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Minisymposia 15 – lipid signaling
P05008 An Arabidopsis homolog of the human comparative gene identification 58 (cgi58) protein modulates linolenic acid homeostasis and lipophilic signaling Presenter: Chapman, Kent D., University of North Texas, chapman@unt.edu Dyer, John, USDA-ARS- ALARC Mullen, Robert, University of Guelph Case, Charlene, University of North Texas Gidda, Satinder, University of Guelph Horn, Patrick, University of North Texas James, Christopher, University of North Texas Keereetaweep, Jantana, University of North Texas Khuu, Nicholas, University of Guelph Park, Sunjung, USDA-ARS-ALARC Seay, Damien, Del Mar College Zhang, Daisy, Del Mar College P06014 new aspects of phloem-mediated longdistance lipid-signaling in plants Presenter: Hoffmann-Benning, Susanne, Michigan State University, hoffma16@msu.edu Benning, Urs, Michigan State University Tamot, Banita, Michigan State University P25030 Abietane diterpenoid: a signaling function in plant defense Presenter: Shah, Jyoti, University of North Texas, shah@unt.edu Chaturvedi, Ratnesh, University of North Texas Venables, Barney, University of North Texas Petros, Robby, University of North Texas P27006 Connections between lipid signaling pathways and central metabolism in plant response to reactive oxygen species and abiotic stresses Presenter: Wang, Xuemin, University of MissouriSt. Louis/Dandorth Plant Science Center, swang@danforthcenter.org

Guo, Liang, University of Missouri-St. Louis/ Danforth Plant Science Center P27007 The role of phospholipase c in plant abiotic stress responses Presenter: Perera, Imara, North Carolina State University, imara_perera@ncsu.edu Keogh, Matthew, North Carolina State University Land, Eric, North Carolina State University Smith, Caroline, North Carolina State University Divilov, Konstantin, North Carolina State University Boss, Wendy, North Carolina State University

Minisymposia 16 – Minority Affairs symposia
P05026 Early signaling in plant immunity Presenter: Eguen, Tenai, UCSD, teguen@ucsd.edu Eguen, Tenai, University of California, San Diego Lee, Michelle, University of California, San Diego Shen, Zhouxin, University of California, San Diego Kang, Earl, University of California, San Diego Briggs, Steve University of California, San Diego P06054 An under-the-ground bean story Presenter: Sanchez, Federico, Plant Molecular Biology Department, federico@ibt.unam.mx Olivares, Juan Elías, IBT-UNAM Estrada-Navarrete, Georgina, IBT-UNAM Díaz-Camino, Claudia, IBT-UNAM Hernández-López, Alejandrina, IBT-UNAM Balu-Rajeswari, Chandrasekar, IBT-UNAM Barraza-Celis, Aarón, IBT-UNAM

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Guillén, Gabriel, IBT-UNAM Quinto, Carmen, IBT-UNAM Sanchez, Federico, Plant Molecular Biology Department P25071 The role of quorum sensing in the symbiotic interaction between sinorhizobium meliloti and alfalfa Presenter: Rinaudi Marron, Luciana V., University of Texas at Dallas, lvr061000@utdallas.edu Gonzalez, Juan, University of Texas at Dallas P25073 determining the virulence function of the hopaf1 family of p. syringae type iii effectors Presenter: Washington, Erica J., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, erica_washington@med.unc.edu Mukhtar, Shahid, University of Alabama Dangl, Jeff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill University Mockler, Todd , Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Jaiswal, Pankaj, Oregon State University P10003 old dogs, new tricks?A systems approach uncovers important roles for short-root and scarecrow in root morphogenesis and abiotic stress response Presenter: Cui, Hongchang, Florida State University, hcui@bio.fsu.edu Kong, Danyu, Florida State University Hao, Yueling, Florida State University P12006 A spatiotemporal understanding of the salt stress response Presenter: Dinneny, Jose, Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Plant Biology, dinneny@stanford.edu P14012 Water-deficit specific regulation of gene expression in maize root: mirnas and transcription factor profiling Presenter: Oliver, Melvin J., USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit, Mel.Oliver@ars.usda.gov Cho, In-Jeong, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit Riggs, Kara, University of Missouri Lui, Zhijie, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Sharp, Robert, University of Missouri McMullen, Michael, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit P25002 upregulation of photosynthesis, and downregulation of stress defense, is the response of Arabidopsis shoots to intraspecific competion Presenter: Geisler, Matt, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, mgeisler@plant.siu.edu Gibson, David , Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Minisymposia 17 – systems and stress
P09006 Global gene expression analysis of brachypodium distachyon in response to cold, drought, salt, and heat stresses Presenter: Fox, Samuel E., Oregon State University, samuelefox@gmail.com Murray, Jessica, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Priest, Henry, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Dharmawardhana, Palitha, Oregon State

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Lindsey, Kenneth, Theobroma Farm LLC Millar, Katherine, Miami University Wood, Andreq, Southern Illinois University Carbondale P25038 Plants defend themselves against herbivore and fungal attack by using the circadian clock to control jasmonate levels Presenter: Goodspeed, Danielle, Rice University, dmg1@rice.edu Chehab, Wassim, Rice University Min-Venditti, Amelia, Rice University Covington, Michael, Rice University Braam, Janet, Rice University

Minisymposia 18 – Plant-insect
P25008 insect salivary signals modulate plant defense responses Presenter: Louis, Joe, Pennsylvania State University, jml65@psu.edu Luthe, Dawn, Pennsylvania State University Felton, Gary, Pennsylvania State University P25015 Groel from the endosymbiont buchnera aphidicola is present in aphid saliva and is recognized by plant defenses Presenter: Chaudhary, Ritu, University of California, Riverside, rchau001@ucr.edu Atamian, Hagop, University of California Shen, Zhouxin, University of California Briggs, Steven, University of California Kaloshian, Isgouhi, University of California P25031 Expression of turnip mosaic virus proteins alters myzus persicae biology on host plants Presenter: Casteel, Clare L., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, clc269@cornell.edu DeJong, Hannah, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Jander, Georg, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research P25033 Expression of a-dioxygenase1 influences plant host susceptibility to aphids Presenter: Avila, Carlos A., University of Arkansas, cavila@uark.edu Arevalo-Soliz, Lirio, Baylor College of Medicine Goggin, Fiona, University of Arkansas

Minisymposia 19 – from Embryo to seedling
P06001 functional differentiation of afl and val b3 transcription factors regulating the transition from embryo formation to germination Presenter: Jia, Haiyan, Plant molecular and cellular biology program, University of Florida, hjia@ufl.edu Suzuki, Masaharu, Plant molecular and cellular biology program, University of Florida McCarty, Donald, Plant molecular and cellular biology program, University of Florida P06016 Polycomb repressive complex 2 regulates type i mads-box gene expression during endosperm development in Arabidopsis Presenter: Zhang, Shanshan, University of arizona, sszhang3@email.arizona.edu Wang, Dongfang, University of Arizona Zhang, Huajian, University of Utah Lloyd, Alan, University of Utah Skaggs, Megan, University of Arizona An, Lingling, University of Arizona Drews, Gary, University of Utah Schumaker, Karen, University of Arizona Yadegari, Ramin, University of Arizona P06022 Analysis of stunter1, a maize mutant with reduced gametophyte size and maternal

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Minisymposia 19 – from Embryo to seedling
effects on seed development Presenter: Phillips, Allison, Wisconsin Lutheran College, allison.phillips@wlc.edu Evans, Matthew, Carnegie Institution for Science P06038 Components of the brassinosteroid signaling pathway regulate zygote development in Arabidopsis Presenter: Jeong, Sangho, University of Georgia, sjeong@plantbio.uga.edu Lukowitz, Wolfgang, University of Georgia P15004 Maternal sirnas as regulators of parental genome imbalance and gene expression in endosperm of Arabidopsis seeds Presenter: Lu, Jie, The University of Texas at Austin, jielu@mail.utexas.edu Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin Baulcombe, David, University of Cambridge Chen, Z, The University of Texas at Austin P18008 diverse function of jasmonic acid in maize development and defense Presenter: Yan, Yuanxin, Texas A&M University, yyan@ag.tamu.edu P18011 Ataf2 is a transcriptional repressor of the brassinosteroid-inactivating enzyme bas1/ cyp734a1 Presenter: Neff, Michael, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, mmneff@wsu.edu Peng, Hao, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University Sandhu, Kulbir, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University P18014 Cytokinin response factors 5 and 6 integrate sugar, stress, and cytokinin signals in regulating senescence Presenter: Zwack, Paul J., Auburn University, pjz0001@tigermail.auburn.edu Robinson, Bruce, Auburn University Risley, Monica , Auburn University Rashotte, Aaron, Auburn University P18016 strigolactone signaling affects plant and ear architecture in maize Presenter: Guan, Jiahn Chou, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida, guanjc@ufl.edu Suzuki, Masaharu, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida Koch, Karen, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida Harry, Klee, Department of Horticultural Sciences/ University of Florida McCarty, Donald, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida

Minisymposia 20 – hormone biology
P10007 Arabidopsis touch-induced morphogenesis is jasmonate mediated and protects against pests Presenter: Chehab, E. Wassim, Rice University, ewchehab@rice.edu Yao, Chen, Rice University Henderson, Zachary, Rice University Kim, Se, Rice University Braam, Janet, Rice University

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Minisymposia 21 – natural variation and Phenotypic Plasticity
P06005 Genome assisted developmental analyses in wild and domesticated tomato Presenter: Sinha, Neelima, UC Davis, nrsinha@ucdavis.edu Koenig, Dan, Max Planck Institute Jimenez-Gomez, Jose, Max Planck Institute Chitowood, Dan, UC Davis Headland, Lauren, UC Davis Kumar, Ravi, UC Davis Ichihashi, Yasunori, UC Davis Ranjan, Aashish, UC Davis Fulop, Dan, UC Davis Maloof, Julin, UC Davis Peng, Jie, UC Davis P06031 Contribution of ft genes and networks to the evolution of plant life forms and adaptation Presenter: Yuceer, Cetin, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University, mcy1@msstate.edu Hsu, Chuan-Yu, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University Ozdilek, Asli, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University Drnevich, Jenny, W.M. Keck Center, University of Illinois P06033 Analysis of the tomato flavonoid biosynthetic pathway and the effects of flavonoids on tomato root and seed development Presenter: Maloney, Gregory S., Wake Forest University, maloneyg@wfu.edu Muday, Gloria , Wake Forest University P15001 breeding the epigenome: novel epigenetic variation arises through plant

developmental reprogramming Presenter: Mackenzie, Sally, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, smackenzie2@unl.edu Shao, Mon-Ray, University of Nebraska De La Rosa, Roberto, University of Nebraska Virdi, Kamaldeep, University of Nebraska Xu, Ying-zhi, University of Nebraska Wang, Dong, University of Nebraska P16010 Phenotypic plasticity and natural variation in root architecture in Arabidopsis Presenter: Rosas, Ulises, New York University ur6@nyu.edu Purugganan, Michael, New York University Coruzzi, Gloria, New York University

Minisymposia 22 – Cell shape and differentiation
P05003 Map65-1 and map65-2 promote cell proliferation and axial growth in Arabidopsis roots. Presenter: Lucas, Jessica, Indiana University lucas8@indiana.edu Shaw, Sidney, Indiana University P05005 Genetic regulation of phloem parenchyma transfer cell development in Arabidopsis Presenter: McCurdy, David, The University of Newcastle, David.McCurdy@newcastle.edu.au Sheahan, Michael, The University of Newcastle Arun Chinnappa, Kiruba Shankari, The University of Newcastle Hou, Jiexi, The University of Newcastle Wu, Yuzhou, The University of Newcastle P05016 Myosin-viii: a link between the actin cytoskeleton and auxin homeostasis Presenter: Bezanilla, Magdalena, UMass Amherst, bezanilla@bio.umass.edu Wu, Shu-Zon, UMass Amherst Plant Biology 2012

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Minisymposia 22 – Cell shape and differentiation
P05017 Myosin xi oscillations precede f-actin’s during polarized plant cell growth Presenter: Vidali, Luis, Department of Biology and Biotech. - Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lvidali@wpi.edu Liu, Yun-Chen, Department of Biology and Biotech. - Worcester Polytechnic Institute Furt, Fabienne, Department of Biology and Biotech.- Worcester Polytechnic Institute Bibeau, Jeffrey, Department of Biology and Biotech. - Worcester Polytechnic Institute Tuzel, Erkan, Department of Physics - Worcester Polytechinic Institute P06008 local auxin biosynthesis at the micropylar end is a key step in the patterning of the Arabidopsis female gametophyte resenters: Panoli, Aneesh, University of California, Davis, apanoli@ucdavis.edu Alandete-Saez, Monica, University of California, Davis Pagnussat, Gabriela, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina Neff, Christina, University of California, Davis Cheng, Youfa, University of California at San Diego Zhao, Yunde, University of California at San Diego Sundaresan, Venkatesan, University of California, Davis of Biology, marina.dermastia@nib.si Bar-Dror, Tal, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Kladnik, Ales, Dept. of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana Meir, Shimon, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Burd, Shaul, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Philosoph-Hadas, Sonia, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Tusek Znidaric, Magda, National Institute of Biology Pompe Novak, Marusa, National Institute of Biology Ori, Naomi, The Robert H. Smith Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture Sonego, Lilian, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Dickman, Martin, Dep. Plant Path. Microbiol., Texas A&M University, College Station Lers, Amnon, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center P05007 Cell death control by matrix metalloproteinases in tomato Presenter: Schaller, Andreas, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany, andreas.schaller@uni-hohenheim.de Zimmermann, Dirk, University of Hohenheim Pasule, Christian, University of Hohenheim Gomez-Barrera, Juan, University of Hohenheim Sieferer, Elke, University of Hohenheim Frick, Ursula, ETH Zürich Nicholson, Tim, University of Hohenheim Pfannstiel, Jens, University of Hohenheim P05012 The lon2 protease promotes continued matrix protein import into peroxisomes Presenter: Farmer, Lisa M., Rice University, generdicist@gmail.com

Minisymposia 23 – Cellular stress
P05004 Programmed cell death occurs asymmetrically during abscission in tomato Presenter: Dermastia, Marina, National Institute

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Lingard, Matthew, Rice University Bartel, Bonnie , Rice University P05013 Processing-body and stress granule localized tandem zinc finger proteins are involved in ga and aba mediated regulation of seed germination Presenter: Bogamuwa, Srimathi P., Ohio State University, bogamuwa.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu Jang, Jyan-Chyun, The Ohio State University P27019 Phosphorylation sites on the Arabidopsis agc protein kinase agc1-3 have opposing roles in cell death suppression Presenter: Gray, Joel, Texas A&M University Dept of Biochemistry/Biophysics, joelgray@tamu.edu Devarenne, Timothy, Texas A&M University Dept of Biochemistry/Biophysics P23004 Cassava about-face: greater than expected yield stimulation of cassava (manihot esculenta) by future co2 levels Presenter: Rosenthal, David M., USDA and University of Illinois, drdr1@uiuc.edu Slattery, Rebecca, University of Illinois Miller, Rebecca, Monash University Cavagnaro, Tim, Monash University Gleadow, Roslyn, Monash University Grennan, Aleel, University of Illinois Fauquet, Claude, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Ort, Donald, USDA and University of Illinois P23006 limiting nitrogen availability diminishes, but does not eliminate, the stimulation of leaf respiration by elevated carbon dioxide concentration Presenter: Markelz, Cody, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, markelz@illinois.edu Markelz, R.J. Cody, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign Lai, Lisa, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Leakey, Andrew, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign P23007 Genomic regions responsible for altered reproductive characteristics of Arabidopsis thaliana grown at elevated carbon dioxide Presenter: Healy, Briena, Saint Joseph’s University, briena.healy@gmail.com Springer, Clint , Saint Joseph’s University

Minisymposia 24 – Plants and Climate Change
P23002 drought stress impact on photosynthesis and isoprene emission of oak species in urban and rural areas of texas Presenter: Barta, Csengele, Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, csengele.barta@tamu.edu Gramann, Jonathan , Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences White, Stephanie, Texas A&M University, Department of Chemistry Schade, Gunnar, Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences P23003 Comparative transcriptomics implicates glutathione as a key regulator of ozone tolerance in legume crops Presenter: Yendrek, Craig, USDA ARS, Craig.Yendrek@ARS.USDA.GOV Koester, Robert, University of Illinois Ainsworth, Elizabeth, USDA ARS

Minisymposia 25 – brachypodium stress biology
P10006 Activation of the integrated stress response for enhanced stress resistance and longevity in brachypodium distachyon (l.) beauv Presenter: Glover-Cutter, Kira Marina, United Plant Biology 2012

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Minisymposia 25 – brachypodium stress biology
States Department of Agriculture, Kira.Glover-Cutter@ars.usda.gov Martin, Ruth, United States Department of Agriculture Dombrowski, James, United States Department of Agriculture P25010 building a model system for plant pathobiology: brachypodium is and isn’t Arabidopsis Presenter: Scholthof, Karen-Beth G., Texas A&M University, kbgs@tamu.edu Lyons, Christopher, Texas A&M University P25035 Cloning barley stripe mosaic virus resistance gene bsr1 from brachypodium and its interaction with bsmv Presenter: Liu, Zhiyong, China Agricultural University, zhiyongliu@cau.edu.cn Cui, Yu , China Agricultural University Yan, Lijie, China Agricultural University Lee, Mi Yeon, University of California-Berkeley Huo, Naxin, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Bragg, Jennifer, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Yuan, Cheng , China Agricultural University Holditch, Sara, University of California-Berkeley Luo, Ming-Chen, University of California-Davis Li, Dawei, China Agricultural University Yu, Jialin, China Agricultural University Gu, Yong, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Vogel, John, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Garvin, David, USDA-ARS-Plant Science Research Unit Jackson, Andrew, University of California-Berkeley P25039 brachypodium as a model for investigations of nonhost resistance to stem rust Presenter: Garvin, David F., USDA-ARS Plant Science Research Unit, david.garvin@ars.usda.gov P25057 brachypodium distachyon-pathogen interactions: exploring the cell wall barrier and defence-related compounds Presenter: Buanafina, Marcia de Oliveira, Pennsylvania State University, mmb26@psu.edu Sandoya, German, Pennsylvania State University Sharma, Mandeep, Pennsylvania State University

Minisymposia 26 – Education And outreach
P08002 Arabidopsis as an educational model Presenter: Brkljacic, Jelena, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, OSU, brkljacic.1@osu.edu Knee, Emma, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Pomeranz, Marcelo, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Bartos, Christopher, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Campbell, Jeffrey, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU McMillin, Lauren, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Marcus, Mollie, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Crist, Debbie, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Grotewold, Erich, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU

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P08003 undergraduates learn plant genetics by teaching middle and high school students Presenter: Lundy, Stacey, Wake Forest University, lundsr11@wfu.edu Reagan, Bryan, Wake Forest University Browne, Carole, Wake Forest University Klosterman, Michelle , Wake Forest University Muday, Gloria, Wake Forest University P08005 lecture free introductory biology: a studio/ laboratory approach Presenter: Donaldson, Robert P., George Washington University, robdon@gwu.edu P08006 E-books, educational genome interfaces, and distributed student research: model outreach methods for plant research collaborations Presenter: Micklos, David, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, micklos@cshl.edu Hilgert, Uwe, BIO5 Institute, University of Arizona McKay, Sheldon, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Williams, Jason, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory P08011 A gene expression study for college students using Arabidopsis roots Presenter: Brenner, Eric D., New York University, Department of Biology, eb50@nyu.edu Bargmann, Bastiaan, Cell and Developmental Biology UCSD Birnbaum, Kenneth, New York University, Department of Biology rangap1 subcellular targeting and gap activity for its cellular and developmental functions Presenter: Boruc, Joanna, The Ohio State University, joanna.boruc@gmail.com Rodrigo-Peiris, Thushani, The Ohio State University Meier, Iris, The Ohio State University P05006 formin-regulated subapical actin structure in elongating pollen tubes compartmentalizes vesicular trafficking and steers tip growth orientation Presenter: Cheung, Alice, University of Massachusetts, acheung@biochem.umass.edu Zou, Yanjiao, University of Massachusetts Wu, Hen-ming, University of Massachusetts P05010 The organelle to organelle movement of bzip28 in response to er stress Presenter: Srivastava, Renu, Iowa State University, renu@iastate.edu Chen, Yani, Michigan State University Deng, Yan, Iowa State University Brandizzi, Federica, Michigan State University Howell, Stephen, Iowa State University P05021 Endosomes in cell signaling and development Presenter: Otegui, Marisa, University of Wisconsin-Madison, otegui@wisc.edu Reyes, Francisca, University of Wisconsin-Madison Spitzer, Christoph, University of WisconsinMadison Buono, Rafael , University of Wisconsin-Madison Roschzttardtz, Hannetz, University of WisconsinMadison P27010 rtnlb1 and rtnlb2 role in the transport to the cell surface of plasma membraneassociated signaling receptors Presenter: Popescu, Sorina Claudia, Boyce Thompson Institute, scp78@cornell.edu Lee, Hyoung Yool, Boyce Thompson Institute

Minisymposia 27 – intracellular Traffiking
P05002 dissecting the requirement for plant

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Minisymposia 27 – intracellular Traffiking
Popescu, George, National Instutite of Physics Bowen, Chris, Boyce Thompson Institute P25034 Crt1 participates in multiple levels of plant immunity, is nuclear localized, and is a member of the morc atpase superfamily Presenter: Kang, Hong Gu, Texas State University-San Marcos, kang@txstate.edu Choi, Hyong Woo, Boyce Thompson Institute Manosalva, Patricia, Boyce Thompson Institute Kachroo, Pradeep, University of Kentucky von Einem, Sabrina, Justus Liebig University Giessen Kogel, Karl-Heinz, Justus Liebig University Giessen Klessig, Daniel, Boyce Thompson Institute P25048 Possible implication of another argonaute protein in the defense against the potato virus x Presenter: Brosseau, Chantal, université de Sherbrooke, chantal.brosseau@usherbrooke.ca Moffett, Peter , Université de Sherbrooke

Minisymposia 28 – Plant immunity
P16004 Mirna regulation of plant innate immune receptors Presenter: Baker, Barbara, UC Berkeley, bbaker@berkeley.edu Li, Feng, UC Berkeley Pignatta, Daniela, UC, Berkeley Bendix, Claire, UC, Berkeley Brunkard, Jacob, UC, Berkeley Cohn, Megan, UC, Berkeley P25005 dissecting (aggie) with high-throughput genetic screen and next-generation sequencing-enabled gene discovery Presenter: Cheng, Cheng, Texas A&M University, ccesm@tamu.edu Li, Fangjun, Texas A&M University Babilonia, Kevin, University of Puerto Rico Intorne, Aline, Texas A&M University De. Oliveira, Marcos, Texas A&M University Shan, Libo, Texas A&M University He, Ping, Texas A&M University P25025 novel functions of secretory pathways and endoplasmic reticulum stress in plant immunity Presenter: Mukhtar, Karolina, University of Alabama at Birmingham, kmukhtar@uab.edu Mukhtar, Karolina, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Minisymposia 29 – Transcriptional regulators in development
P06012 The bel1-like family of transcription factors in potato Presenter: Sharma, Pooja, Plant Biology Major, Iowa State University, psharma@iastate.edu Lin, Tian, Plant Biology Major, Iowa State University Grandellis, Carolina, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Hannapel, David, Plant Biology Major, \Iowa State University P06017 The polycomb group gene emf2b regulates floral organ development in rice Presenter: Conrad, Liza, University of California

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Davis, ljconrad@ucdavis.edu Johnson, Cameron, University of California Davis An, Gynheung, Crop Biotech Institute Sundaresan, Venkatesan, University of California Davis P06025 nfl promotes flowering specifically under short-day in Arabidopsis Presenter: Huq, Enamul, University of Texas at Austin, huq@mail.utexas.edu Sharma, Nidhi, UT Austin Kim, Dong-Hwan, UT Austin Sung, Sibum, UT Austin P16043 nf-y transcription factors interact with constans to regulate chromatin looping at the flowering locus t promoter Presenter: Holt III, Ben F., University of Oklahoma, benholt@ou.edu Cao, Shuanghe, University of Oklahoma P18013 The gras family transcription factor upright leaf angel1 (url1) encodes a monocotspecific brassinosteroid function for leaf angle control in maize Presenter: Schulz, Burkhard, Purdue University, bschulz@purdue.edu Hartwig, Thomas, Purdue University Paturzzio, Mindy, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi P17011 fractionation of both promoters and whole genes following the maize whole genome duplication Presenter: Schnable, James C., UC Berkeley, jschnable@berkeley.edu Woodhouse, Margaret, UC-Berkeley Freeling, Michael, UC-Berkeley P17014 identification of the classical beet pigment loci, r and y, using whole genome profiling Presenter: Lloyd, Alan, UT-Austin, lloyd@uts.cc.utexas.edu Hatlestad, Greg, UT-Austin Sunnadeniya, Rasika, UT-Austin Akhavan, Neda, UT-Austin Gonzalez, Antonio, UT-Austin P17022 Cis and trans regulation and morphological diversity in allopolyploids and their progenitors Presenter: Chen, Z. Jeffrey, The University of Texas at Austin, zjchen@mail.utexas.edu Ng, Danny, The University of Texas at Austin Shi, Xiaoli, The University of Texas at Austin Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin P17023 The correlation of dna methylation and homoeologous gene expression in cotton petals Presenter: Udall, Joshua A., Brigham Young University, jaudall@byu.edu Rambani, Aditi, Brigham Young University Page, Justin, Brigham Young University Wendel, Jonathan, Iowa State University Grupp, Kara, Iowa State University

Minisymposia 30 – Genome Evolution
P17007 Genetic analysis of seagrass (halodule wrightii) populations from the texas gulf coast Presenter: Larkin, Patrick, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi , patrick.larkin@tamucc.edu Maloney, Tabitha, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi Barrett, Michael, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi

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poster abstracts
Poster 01 – Algae
P01001

spp.) in the southwest texas desert

regulation of nitrogen assimilation in marine diatoms: are post transcriptional processes important?
Presenter: Ghoshroy, Sohini, Clark University, sghoshroy@clarku.edu Robertson, Deborah, Clark University Perera, Minoli, Clark University Alexander, Jessica, Clark University P01002

Presenter: Chagoya, Jennifer C., Texas Tech University/ Texas AgriLife Research, j.chagoya@ttu.edu Gomez, Michael, Texas AgriLife Research/Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical Burow, Mark, Texas AgriLife Research/ Texas Tech University

Presenter: Pieris, Shayani Deborah, New Mexico Consortium, shayanipieris@gmail.com Latta, Kristen, Arizona State University Deshapande, Rahul, Michigan State University Iyer, Srinivas, Los Alamos National Laboratory Fisher, Suzanne, Los Alamos National Laboratory Shachar-Hill, Yair, Michigan State University Sayre, Richard, New Mexico Consortium P01003

Engineering the inorganic carbon concentrating system of microalgae for enhanced photosynthesis

Poster 02 – Applied Plant biology/biotechnology/ Molecular breeding
P02002

Presenter: Papineni, Rao, Carestream Health Inc rao.papineni1@carestreamhealth.com Orton, Sean, Carestream Health Inc McLaughlin, William, Carestream Health Inc Pizzonia, John, Carestream Health Inc Vizard, Douglas, Carestream Health Inc Geldhof, Benjamin, Carestream Health Inc P02003

Curcumin protects uv related effects on the plant leaf’s delayed fluorescence

sucrose synthase in cyanobacteria and its relationship with hypoxic stress

Presenter: Salerno, Graciela L., Fundación para Investigaciones Biológicas Aplicadas - FIBA, gsalerno@fiba.org.ar Kolman, María, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas FIBA Salerno, Graciela, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas - FIBA P01004

functional characterization of cassava genes involved in cyanide detoxification, ß-cyanoalanine synthase and cysteine synthase, in a. Thaliana mutants

recycling of galactolipids as a important contributor toward triacylglycerol accumulation in biofuel green microalgae under nitrogen starvation
Presenter: Goncalves, Elton, University of Florida egoncalves@ufl.edu Rathinasabapathi, Bala, University of Florida P01005

Presenter: Babilonia, Kevin, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, kevin.babilonia@upr.edu Rodriguez, Gabriela, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Cruet, Clara, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Siritunga, Dimuth, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez P02004

Macronutrient optimization for the cultivation of two native diatoms (nitzschia

Presenter: Akinwale, Richard, Olutayo Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. Nigeria akinrichie2002@yahoo.com Badu-Apraku, Baffour, International Institute of

heterotic grouping of 28 early maturing inbreds based on combining ability in striga-infested and striga-free environments and ssr markers data

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Poster 02 – Applied Plant biology/biotechnology/ Molecular breeding
Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan Nigeria Fakorede, Morakinyo, Obafemi Awolo University, Ile-Ife Vroh, Bi, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ibadan Nigeria P02005

Enhancing cotton fiber elongation and cellulose synthesis by manipulating fructokinase activity

P02008

Presenter: Mukherjee, Thiya, Texas Tech University, thiya.usa@gmail.com Ivanova, Mariana, Texas Tech University Dagda, Marisela, Texas Tech University Granot, David, Agricultural Research Organisation Holaday, Scott, Texas Tech University P02009

Presenter: Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos M., The Ohio State University/OARDC, hernandez-garcia.1@ buckeyemail.osu.edu Nemes, Cheri, The Ohio State University/OARDC Jones, Michelle , The Ohio State University/OARDC Rushton, Paul, South Dakota State University Finer, John, The Ohio State University/OARDC P02006

Wound-inducible gmerf promoters and promoter element validation in soybean

Arabidopsis l-type amino acid transporter 4 (lat4)is a source tissue specific transporter that exports amino-n under low carbon
Presenter: Begam, Rowshon A., University of Alberta begam@ualberta.ca P02010

Molecular tools to study the systemic acquired resistant (sar) induced by acibenzolar-s-methyl(asm) against tospoviruses

The 3’-untranslated region of the tobacco extensin gene increases transgene expression by improving transcript 3’ end processing in n.benthamiana
Presenter: Rosenthal, Sun Hee, Arizona State University, spark@asu.edu P02011

Presenter: Tripathi, Diwaker, Washington State University, diwakert@gmail.com Pappu, Hanu, Washington State University Tripathi, Diwaker, Washington State University P02007

The antimicrobial activities of some saudi arabia traditional medicinal plants
Presenter: Bafeel, Sameera O. King Abdulaziz University, sameera12@yahoo.com Al-Ghamdi, Mashael, King Abdulaiz University ALi, Magda, King Abdulaziz University P02012

sugarcane: a biofactory for the production of bioplastics
Presenter: Brumbley, Stevens M., University of North Texas, sbrumbley@unt.edu Petrasovits, Lars, The University of Queensland, Australian Institute Bioengineering Nan McQualter, Richard, The University of Queensland, Australian Institute Bioengineering Nan Gebbie, Leigh, The University of Queensland, Australian Institute Bioengineering Nan Kimberley, Tilbrook, Université de Genève Snell, Kristi, Metabolix Somleva, Maria, Metabolix Nielsen, Lars, The University of Queensland, Australian Institute Bioengineering Nan Poirier, Yves, Université de Lausanne

identification and mapping of major qtls affecting grain shape and grain weight in rice

Presenter: Huang, Rongyu, Xiamen University and University of Idaho, rhuang@uidaho.edu Huang, Rongyu, Xiamen University and University of Idaho Zhang, Zhiyong, Xiamen University Jiang, Liangrong, Xiamen University Zheng, Jingsheng, Xiamen University Chen, Fangyu, Xiamen University Wang, Tiansheng, Quanzhou Agricultural Science Institute Wang, Houcong, Xiamen University

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Hong, Zonglie, University of Idaho Huang, Yumin, Xiamen University P02013

research activities at mu plant transformation core facility

P02016

Presenter: Betti, Camilla, Department Plant Systems Biology, Gent University - VIB, camilla.betti@psb.ugent.be Coutuer, Silvie, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Xu, Jie, VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology KU Leuven Van Houtte, Isabelle, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Inze, Dirk, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB Rousseau, Frederic, VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology KU Leuven Schymkowitz, Joost, VIB Switch Laboratory Dept Molecular Cell Biology KU Leuven Russinova, Eugenia, Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University - VIB P02014

Targeted protein aggregation in Arabidopsis thaliana plants as a tool to specifically knock-down protein function

Presenter: Yin, Xiaoyan, Plant Transformation Core Facility/University of Missouri, yinxi@missouri.edu Folta, Michelle, Plant Transformation Core Facility/ University of Missouri Zhang, Zhanyuan, Plant Transformation Core Facility, University of Missouri P02017

Presenter: Nonogaki, Hiro, Oregon State University, hiro.nonogaki@oregonstate.edu Martinez-Andujar, Cristina, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University Ordiz, M., Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Huang, Zhonglian, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Nonogaki, Mariko, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University Dispenza, Alexis, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University Beachy, Roger, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center P02018

Translational seed biology - engineering hormone metabolism in seeds.

ultra-low gossypol cottonseed: generational stability of the seed-specific phenotype and resumption of terpenoid profile following seed germination

Presenter: Palle, Sreenath R., Texas A & M University sreesree14@yahoo.com Rathore, Keerti, Texas A & M University Sundaram, Sabarinath, Texas A & M University Sunilkumar, Ganesan, Syngenta Corp. Campbell, Leanne, Texas A & M University Puckhaber, Lorraine, USDA-ARS, Southern Plains Agricultural Research Center Marcel, Sylvain, GCONBIO Corp. Stipanovic, Robert, USDA-ARS, Southern Plains Agricultural Research Center Wedegaertner, Thomas, Cotton Incorporated P02015

Enhancing zinc finger nuclease-mediated genome modification in Arabidopsis by manipulating dna repair pathways
Presenter: Qi, Yiping, University of Minnesota, qixx0026@umn.edu Zhang, Yong, University of Minnesota Zhang, Feng, University of Minnesota Baller, Joshua, University of Minnesota Starker, Colby, University of Minnesota Cleland, Spencer, University of Minnesota Ryu, Yungil, University of Minnesota Voytas, Daniel, University of Minnesota P02019

Arabidopsis mutant screen using agrobacterium tumefaciens root transformation assay

improving sorghum grain for use as a feedstock and biofuel source through genetic and proteomic analysis of seed storage proteins
Presenter: Cremer, Julia Erin, The University of Queensland, j.cremer@uq.edu.au Gilding, Edward, The University of Queensland Godwin, Ian, The University of Queensland

Presenter: Zhang, Zhanyuan, University of Missouri zhangzh@missouri.edu Park, Soyon, University of Missouri

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Poster 02 – Applied Plant biology/biotechnology/ Molecular breeding
P02020 P02024

high efficiency talen-based gene editing for producing disease resistance in crop plants
Presenter: Li, Ting, Iowa State University, tingli99@iastate.edu P02025

Construction of rice minichromosomes by telomere mediated chromosomal truncation

dicamba tolerant soybeans, a new tool in weed control
Presenter: Larue, Clayton T, Monsanto, clayton.t.larue@monsanto.com Malven, Marianne, Monsanto Hoi, Sio-Wai, Monsanto Brinker, Ronald, Monsanto Feng, Paul, Monsanto P02026

Presenter: Yu, Weichang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, yuwc@cuhk.edu.hk Xu, Chunhui, Shandong University Cheng, Zhukuan, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology P02021

fostering plant science research at mu plant transformation core facility

Presenter: Folta, Michelle, Plant Transformation Core Facility - University of Missouri - Columbia, mkf4h5@mail.missouri.edu Yin, Xiaoyan, Plant Transformation Core Facility University of Missouri - Columbia Zhang, Zhanyuan, Plant Transformation Core Facility University of Missouri - Columbia P02022

Transgenic plant-derived protein for stroke treatment
Presenter: Wang, KevinYueju, Northeastern State University, wang03@nsuok.edu Yau, Frank, Northeastern State University Miller, Frank, Northeastern State University Alonzo, Erica, Northeastern State University at Broken Arrow P02027

A biotechnological approach to reduce arsenic risk in rice using a fern glutaredoxin, pvgrx5

The establishment and analysis of transcriptional profile of ammopiptanthus mongolicus under abiotic stress conditions
Presenter: Cheng, Hongmei, Biotechnology Research Institute,Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science, chenghm@caas.net.cn Li, Zhaochun, Biotechnology Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science Guo, Huiming, Biotechnology Research Institue, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science P02028

Presenter: Krishnamurthy, Aparna, University of Florida, aparna.k@ufl.edu Rathinasabapathi, Bala University of Florida P02023

Presenter: Koepke, Tyson, Washington State University, tyson.koepke@email.wsu.edu Kilian, Benjamin, Washington State University Hendrickson, Christopher, Washington State University Smith, Erick, Washington State University Whiting, Matthew, Washington State University Oraguzie, Nnadozie, Washington State University Dhingra, Amit, Washington State University

Translational examination of the genetic controls of pedicel-fruit abscission in sweet cherry (prunus avium)

Activity of a rice glutelin promoter in transgenic sorghum

food safety assessments of insect resistant rice for pest management
Presenter: Lee, Simyung, Div. of BIosafety, NIAB,NAAS,RDA, tataby@korea.kr

Presenter: Urriola, Jazmina I, Texas A&M University, jazmina.urriola@neo.tamu.edu Rathore, Keerti, Texas A&M University P02029

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Kim, Jaekwang, Div. of Biosafety, NIAB, NAAS, RDA Kim, Hyojin, Div. of BIosafety, NIAB,NAAS,RDA Kwon, Sunjong, Div. of BIosafety, NIAB,NAAS,RDA Yeo, YounSoo, Div. of BIosafety, NIAB,NAAS,RDA Cho, Hyunsuk, Div. of BIosafety, NIAB,NAAS,RDA P02030

Genetic diversity and population structure of the ethiopian sorghum germplasm collection maintained by the usda-ars-npgs using ssr markers
Presenter: Cuevas, Hugo E., USDA-ARS, hugo.cuevas@ars.usda.gov Prom, Louis, USDA-ARS P02038

P02037

development of the repressible component in an algal genetic toggle switch
Presenter: Lucero, Alicia, Colorado State University, alicia.biosyn@gmail.com P02031

Efficient agrobacterium-mediated sweet potato transformation

Gene gun mediated gene transformation in date palm
Presenter: Al-Rashdi, Said H., Sultan Qaboos University, sfarook@squ.edu.om Farooq, Sardar, Sultan Qaboos University P02032

Presenter: Sprague, Stuart, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Rec. Res., Kansas State University ssprague@ksu.edu Park, Sunghun, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Rec. Res., Kansas State University P02038

Antifungal activity of a cysteine-rich peptide from centrosema virginianum

Presenter: Chlan, Caryl, UL Lafayette Biology, cchlan@louisiana.edu Saha, Nibedita, The University of Lousiana at Lafayette Xie, Zhongyu, The University of Chicago P02033

Abstract: development of protoplast isolation protocol for a variety of plant species and tissue types

Presenter: Craven, James E. Kansas State University, dinmenel@ksu.edu Park, Sunghun, Kansas State University P02039

barcoding of arid wild plants using rbcl gene sequences
Presenter: Arif, Ibrahim Abdulwahid, King Saud University, iaarif@hotmail.com Bafeel, Sameera, King Abdulaziz University Bakir, Mohammad, King Saud University Khan, Haseeb, King Saud University P02034

Presenter: Castro Álvarez, Fernando, F. Tecnológico de Monterrey, castro.alvarezff@gmail.com P02040

Phytochemical changes during recurrent selection for storage pest resistance in tropical maize.

Phenolic profiles of red clover (trifolium pratense) selected for decreased postharvest browning

Eukaryotic translation elongation factors 1a and 1b play key roles in rna virus infection in plants

Presenter: Kagan, Isabelle Ann, USDA-ARS ForageAnimal Production Research Unit, isabelle.kagan@ars.usda.gov P02036

Presenter:, Hwang, JeeNa, Seoul National University jina8888@snu.ac.kr Oh, Chang-Sik, Kyung Hee University Kang, Byoung-Cheorl, Seoul National University P02041

Presenter: Kang, Jinling, Montana State University jkang@montana.edu Lu, Chaofu, Montana State University

Camelina sativa: a biofuel and designer biotechnology oilseed crop

Expression of an Arabidopsis vacuolar h+pyrophosphatase gene (avp1) in peanut enhances salt and drought tolerance
Presenter: Zhu, Xunlu, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University xunlu.zhu@ttu.edu

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Poster 02 – Applied Plant biology/biotechnology/ Molecular breeding
biofabrication for nanoparticle production using english ivy (hedera helix)
Presenter: Burris, Jason, N., University of Tennessee jburris1@utk.edu Lenaghan, Scott, University of Tennessee Zhang, Mingjun, University of Tennessee Stewart, C., University of Tennessee P02043 P02042 Tantravahi, Pratyusha, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Carvalho, Denise, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Mirkov, T. Erik, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology P02046

increasing digestibility of grain sorghum by over-expression of a key redox protein, thioredoxin h
Presenter: Lemaux, Peggy G., University of California, Berkeley, lemauxpg@berkeley.edu Miller, Tamara, University of California, Berkeley Wong, Joshua, University of California, Berkeley Buchanan, Bob , University of California, Berkeley P02047

Transfer of auxinic herbicide resistance from wild mustard (sinapis arvensis) to radish (raphanus sativus) through embryo rescue
Presenter: Jugulam, Mithila, Kansas State University, mithila@ksu.edu Hall, J Christopher, University of Guelph P02044

Predominance of purple color in dendrobium hybrids is due to enzyme competition among dfr and f3’h
Presenter: Mudalige-Jayawickrama, Rasika, University of Dubuque, rasika@hawaii.edu Barkhurst, Heather, University of Dubuque Amore, Teresita, University of Hawaii P02048

Presenter: Siddiqua, Mahbuba, University of Guelph siddiqum@uoguelph.ca Yadegari, Zeinab, University of Guelph Pauls, K Peter, University of Guelph P02045

Characterization of common bean (phaseolus vulgaris) dihydroflavonol 4-reductase (dfr) gene paralogs

The biotechnological use of hemoglobin overexpression in barley
Presenter: Shah, Jay, Memorial University of Newfoundland, jshah@mun.ca Hebelstrup , Kim, Aarhus University Bykova, Natalia , Memorial University of Newfoundland Igamberdiev, Abir, Memorial University of Newfoundland P02049

functional characterization of newly developed constitutive promoters to express transgenes for improved agronomic traits in sugarcane

Presenter: Damaj, Mona B., Texas AgriLife ResearchDepartment of Plant Pathology & Microbiology, mbdamaj@ag.tamu.edu Rossi, Denise, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Gutierrez, Alejandra, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Reyna, Antonio , Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Dominguez, Michelle, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology

identifying the drought tolerance and wax distribution qtl’s through recombinant inbred lines of hal*len spring wheat at 10dap
Presenter: Mohammed, Suheb, Texas A&M University, suheb65@gmail.com Huggins, Trevis, Texas A&M University

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P02050

The role of an Arabidopsis thaliana flavonol synthase (at5g05600) in the bioremediation of phenanthrene

Presenter: Hernandez-Vega, Juan Carlos, UMASS Boston, juanchernandezvega@gmail.com Kayanja, Gilbert, UMASS Boston Cady, Brian, UMASS Boston Colon-Carmona, Adan, UMASS Boston P02051

Poster 03 – biochemical Processes and Macromolecular structures
Coupling of molecular modeling with in vitro enzymatic analysis to elucidate how the toc gtpase mechanism is coupled to the pre-protein import cycle
Presenter: Holbrook, Kristen N, University of Tennessee, kholbroo@utk.edu Yao, Jianzhuang, University of Tennessee Reddick, L., University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Guo, Hong, University of Tennessee Bruce, Barry, University of Tennessee P03002 P03001

initiation of genomic recurrent selection for slow-rusting adult plant resistance to stem rust in wheat

Presenter: Rutkoski, Jessica, Cornell University, jer263@cornell.edu Singh, Ravi, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) Huerta-Espino, Julio, Experimental Valle de México INIFAP Bhavani, Sridhar, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) Sorrells, Mark, Cornell University P02052

high efficiency plant genome engineering using talens
Presenter: Zhang, Yong, University of Minnesota, zhan1536@umn.edu Zhang, Feng, Cellectis Plant Sciences Li, Xiaohong, University of Minnesota Baller, Joshua, University of Minnesota Qi, Yiping, University of Minnesota Starker, Colby, University of Minnesota Voytas, Daniel, University of Minnesota P02053

Presenter: Tuncel, Aytug, Washington State University / Institute of Biological Chemistry, atuncel@wsu. edu Okita, Thomas Washington State University / Institute of Biological Chemistry P03003

redox regulation of rice endosperm adpglucose pyrophosphorylase

fucosylation of xyloglucan and arabinogalactan-proteins in grasses

Electromagnetic determination of moisture content of biomaterials
Presenter: Bassey, Christopher, Azusa Pacific University, cbassey@apu.edu Mintah, Sarah, Azusa Pacific University Bassey, Mary, Azusa Pacific University

Presenter: Wiemels, Richard, Ohio University, rewiemels@gmail.com Zeng, Wei, Ohio University Pattathil, Sivakumar, University of Georgia Hahn, Michael, University of Georgia Showalter, Allan, Ohio University Faik, Ahmed, Ohio University P03004

Towards the understanding of triacylglycerol biosynthesis pathway in developing tung seeds

Presenter: Cao, Heping, USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center, Heping.Cao@ars.usda.gov Chapital, Dorselyn, USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center Shockey, Jay, USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center Klasson, K Thomas, USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center

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Poster 03 – biochemical Processes and Macromolecular structures
P03005

sticky peel (pe) mutant in tomato provides new insight into the role of cutin deficient 2 in epidermal cell function

P03009

Presenter: Nadakuduti, Satya Swathi, Michigan State University, nadakudu@msu.edu P03010

AtAPy1 and AtAPy2 function as Golgi nucleoside diphosphatases in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Chiu, Tsan Yu, UT Austin, sonyachiu@utexas.edu Roux, Stanley, UT Austin P03006

Quantitative analysis of protocatechuic aicd and shikimic acid in fermented extract of pinus densiflora sieb. Et zucc.
Presenter: Cheong, Hyeongsook, Chosun University, hscheong@chosun.ac.kr Park, Jaeyoung, Chosun University Lee, Beomgi, Chosun University Kim, Woong, Chosun University Cheong, Hyeonsook, Chosun University P03011

rice cell wall composition and gene expression correlation analysis reveals associations among wall components and possible gene functions
Presenter: Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma, lbartley@ou.edu Lin, Fan, University of Oklahoma Fagerstrom, Alexandra, University of Copenhagen Fangel, Jonatan, University of Copenhagen Manisseri, Chithra, Joint BioEnergy Institute Williams, Brian, University of California, Davis Chiniquy, Dawn, Joint BioEnergy Institute Peck, Matthew, University of Oklahoma Vega-Sanchez, Miguel, Joint BioEnergy Institute Willats, William, University of Copenhagen Scheller, Henrik, Joint BioEnergy Institute Ronald, Pamela, University of California, Davis P03007

Presenter: Mafu, Sibongile, Iowa State University, smafu@iastate.edu Zi, Jiachen, Iowa State University Morrone, Dana, Iowa State University Wu, Yisheng, Iowa State University Hillwig, Matthew, Iowa State University Peters, Reuben, Iowa State University P03012

Evolutionary context dependent plasticity of ent-kaurene oxidases

regulatory roles of sTAyGrEEn-chlorophyll catabolic enzymes-lhCii interaction in chlorophyll detoxification during leaf senescence
Presenter: Paek, Nam-Chon, Seoul National University, ncpaek@snu.ac.kr P03008

Presenter: Palacios, Patrick J., Texas A&M International University, patrickpalacios@dusty.tamiu.edu Medrano, Jr., Ricardo, Texas A&M International University Ynalvez, Ruby, Texas A&M International University P03013

lectin activity in two thorny south texas legumes: berlandier’s acacia and blackbrush

oil body structural protein, oleosin has lipid metabolic functions

Partial purification of a lectin from Texas live oak (Quercus fusiformis)

Presenter: Rajasekharan, Ram, CSIR - Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, ram@cimap.res.in

Presenter: Cruz, Carmen G., Texas A&M International University, carmenc@dusty.tamiu.edu Ynalvez, Ruby, Texas A&M International University

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P04001

The Glycosylation machinery of Arabinogalactan-Proteins: unlocking the bioresource potential in relation to functional foods and energy crops
Presenter: Egelund, Jack, The University of Copenhagen, jegelund@life.ku.dk Ellis, Miriam, The University of Melbourne Doblin, Monika, The University of Melbourne Fangel, Jonatan, The University of Copenhagen Ndifor , Joman, The University of Copenhagen Schultz, Carolyn, The University of Adelaide Willats , William, The University of Copenhagen Bacic, Antony, The University of Melbourne P04002

Characterization and topology of glucuronoarabinoxylan synthase complex from bread wheat

P04004

Presenter: Jiang, Nan, Ohio University, nj207708@ ohio.edu Whitley, Rebekah, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University Jyothi, Prameela, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University Held, Michael, Department of Biochemistry, Ohio University Faik, Ahmed, Department of Environmental and Plant Biology, Ohio University P04005

Presenter: Serapiglia, Michelle J., Cornell University NYSAES, mjs534@cornell.edu Humiston, Michele, Cornell University - NYSAES Xu, Haowen, Mascoma Corporation Hogsett, David, Mascoma CorporationMira De Orduña, Ramón, Cornell University - NYSAES Stipanovic, Arthur, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Smart, Lawrence, Cornell University - NYSAES P04003

Enzymatic saccharification of shrub willow cultivars with differing biomass composition for biofuel production

Photosynthetic generation of isoprene in cyanobacteria via heterologous expression of the Pueraria montana (kudzu) isoprene synthase gene
Presenter: Bentley, Fiona K., University of California, Berkeley, fbentley@berkeley.edu Lindberg, Pia, University of California, Berkeley Melis, Anastasios, University of California, Berkeley P04006

Presenter: Vandenbrink, Joshua P., Clemson University, vandenb@clemson.edu Feltus, F., Clemson University P04007

Tissue specific traits associated with high hydrolysis yields in sorghum bicolor

functional expression of an Arabidopsis CEsA3ixr1-2 in tobacco improves lignocellulosic biomass suitability for biofuel production

Characterization of an irregular xylem Mutant in Medicago truncatula
Presenter: Wang, Huanzhong, University of Connecticut, wang.huanzhong@gmail.com Dixon, Richard, The Noble Foundation P04008

Presenter: Sahoo, Dipak K, KTRDC, College of Agriculture, University of Kentucky, dipak.sahoo2@uky.edu Harris, Darby, Department of Horticulture and Plant Physiology/Biochemistry/Molecula Stork, Jozsef, Department of Horticulture and Plant Physiology/Biochemistry/Molecula DeBolt, Seth, Department of Horticulture and Plant Physiology/Biochemistry/Molecula Maiti, Indu, KTRDC, College of Agriculture, University of Kentucky

Analysis of expression characteristics of the maize pollen specific promoter MPsP zm13 for gene confinement in transgenic bioenergy crops
Presenter: Hague, Joel, Univeristy of Rhode Island, joel.hague@gmail.com Kausch, Albert, University of Rhode Island

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use of an herbicide resistance selectable Marker for recovery of intraspecific and interspecific hybrids in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum l.)
Presenter: Deresienski, Adam, University of Rhode Island, adam.deresienski@gmail.com Nelson, Kimberly, University of Rhode Island Hague, Joel, University of Rhode Island Tilelli, Michael, University of Rhode Island Kausch, Albert, University of Rhode Island P04010 P04009 Anjos, Ivan Antonio, Instituto Agronomico de Campinas Vincentz, Michel, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Creste, Silvana, Instituto Agronomico de Campinas Landell, Marcos, Instituto Agronomico de Campinas Mazzafera, Paulo, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology P04012

Chlorophyll degradation and lipid droplet accumulation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Presenter: May, Pepper, University of NebraskaKearney, maypl@lopers.unk.edu Brungardt, Kara, University of Nebraska-Kearney Musil, Kelsie, University of Nebraska-Kearney Twigg, Paul, University of Nebraska-Kearney P04013

use of a selectable Marker for in situ Embryo rescue using Transgenic switchgrass (Panicum virgatum l.) for recovery of Wide Crosses

Presenter: Tilelli, Michael, Univeristy of Rhode Island, mjt128@my.uri.edu Nelson, Kimberly, University of Rhode Island Hague, Joel, University of Rhode Island Deresienski, Adam, University of Rhode Island Kausch, Albert, University of Rhode Island P04011

Expression of transcription factors linked to lipid accumulation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Presenter: Barber, Anna, University of NebraskaKearney, barberak@lopers.unk.edu May, Pepper, University of Nebraska-Kearney Musil, Kelsie, University of Nebraska-Kearney Twigg, Paul, University of Nebraska-Kearney P04014

A profile of lignin and related gene expression in the stem of two sugarcane varieties

Presenter: Mazzafera, Paulo, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology , pmazza@unicamp.br Bottcher, Alexandra, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Santos, Adriana, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Cesarino, Igor, State University of Campinas / \Institute of Biology Vicentini, Renato, State University of Campinas / CBMEG Moura, Jullyana Cristina, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Mayer, Juiana, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Nobile, Paula, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology Brito, Michael, State University of Campinas / Institute of Biology

insights into Cell Wall Polysaccharide Acetylation: reverse Genetics of Trichome birefringence-like (Tbl) Genes in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Xiong, Guangyan, Energy Bioscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley, xiongguangyan@berkeley.edu Xiong, Guangyan, University of California, Berkeley Cheng, Kun, Energy Bioscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley Pauly, Markus, Energy Bioscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley P04015

Effect of manganese deprivation on lipid deposition in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Presenter: Musil, Kelsie, University of NebraskaKearney, musilkm@lopers.unk.edu Doyle, Meagan, University of Nebraska-Kearney

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Barber, Anna, University of Nebraska-Kearney Twigg, Paul, University of Nebraska-Kearney P04016 Presenter: Willis, Jonathan D., University of Tennessee, jdwillis@utk.edu Stewart, C. Neal, University of Tennessee Jurat-Fuentes, Juan-Luis, University of Tennessee P04022

Transcriptomic efforts in the improvement of switchgrass fitness
Presenter: Twigg, Paul , University of NebraskaKearney, twiggp@unk.edu Musil, Kelsie, University of Nebraska-Kearney Brungardt, Kara, University of Nebraska-Kearney P04017

random insertional mutagenesis in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii reveals multiple gene disruptions that confer resistance to glyphosate

high biomass plant species for TAG production and their characterization

Presenter: Sengodon, Padma, Texas A & M University, padmasengodon@neo.tamu.edu Hays, Dirk, Texas A&M University P04018

Presenter: Santos, Daniel A., Sapphire Energy, dan. santos@sapphireenergy.com Hopkins, Shane, Sapphire Energy Low, Melisa, Sapphire Energy Cho, Alvin, Sapphire Energy Poon, Yan, Sapphire Energy P04023

The first long-term trials of miscanthus x giganteus with panicum virgatum show a yield decline with time in the midwestern usA

Characterization of a Grass Mutant with less feruloyl Ester on hemicellulose
Presenter: Lin, Fan, University of Oklahoma, fanlin@ou.edu Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma P04024

Presenter: Arundale, Rebecca A., University of Illinois, rarundal@illinois.edu Dohleman, Frank, Monsanto Heaton, Emily, Iowa State University McGrath, Justin, University of Illinois Voigt, Thomas, University of Illinois Long, Stephen, University of Illinois P04019

Transcriptome analysis of nodes and buds in high and low-tillering switchgrass lines

Presenter: Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma, lbartley@ou.edu Peck, Matthew, University of Oklahoma Anderson, Meagan, University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Community College P04025

Modification of the Chemical Composition of Grass lignocellulose to improve the Efficiency of biofuel Production

Presenter: Zeng, Xin, Oklahoma State University, xzeng@okstate.edu Wang, Yixing, Oklahoma State University Mahalingam, Ramamurthy, Oklahoma State University Peal, Lila, Cameron University Parsley, Kathryn, Cameron University

identification of the regulatory Genes of the Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis Pathway by network Analysis of the Model Grass, rice

Presenter: Sunkar, Ramanjulu, Oklahoma State University, ramanjulu.sunkar@okstate.edu Jagadeeswaran, Guru, Oklahoma State University P04021

MicrornA component of small rnAs in switchgrass

P04020

Presenter: Zhao, Kangmei, University of Oklahoma, kangmei.zhao-1@ou.edu Saha, Prasenjit, University of Oklahoma Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma P04026

deciphering the role of Myb transcription factors in ferulic Acid (fA) incorporation in grass cell walls
Presenter: Saha, Prasenjit, University of Oklahoma psaha@ou.edu Zhao, Kangmei, University of Oklahoma

overexpression of an insect cellulase in switchgrass for improved sugar release

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Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma P04027 Presenter: Lucas, Jessica, Indiana University, lucas8@indiana.edu Shaw, Sidney, Indiana University P05004

salicylic acid in lignin down regulated plants

Presenter: Gallego-Giraldo, Lina, Samuel Roberst Noble Foundation, lmgiraldo@noble.org Dixon, Richard, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Gallego-Giraldo, Lina, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation P04028

overexpression of osAT5, a putative bAhd acyltransferase, increases the ester-bound ferulic acid content of rice cell walls
Presenter: Peck, Matthew, University of Oklahoma, mpeck@ou.edu Pena, Carolina, University of Oklahoma Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma

Poster 05 – Cell biology
P05001

Presenter: Eisinger, William, Santa Clara University, weisinger@scu.edu Ehrhardt, David, Carnegie Department of Plant Biology Briggs, Winslow, Carnegie Department of Plant Biology P05002

Microtubules are required for guard cell function in Arabidopsis.

Presenter: Dermastia, Marina, National Institute of Biology, marina.dermastia@nib.si Bar-Dror, Tal, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Kladnik, Ales, Dept. of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana Meir, Shimon, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Burd, Shaul, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Philosoph-Hadas, Sonia, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Tusek Znidaric, Magda, National Institute of Biology Pompe Novak, Marusa, National Institute of Biology Ori, Naomi, The Robert H. Smith Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture Sonego, Lilian, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center Dickman, Martin, Dep. Plant Path. Microbiol., Texas A&M University, College Station Lers, Amnon, Dept. of Postharvest Science of Fresh Produce, ARO, The Volcani Center P05005

Programmed Cell death occurs Asymmetrically during Abscission in Tomato

Genetic regulation of phloem parenchyma transfer cell development in Arabidopsis
Presenter: McCurdy, David, The University of Newcastle, David.McCurdy@newcastle.edu.au Sheahan, Michael, The University of Newcastle Arun Chinnappa, Kiruba Shankari, The University of Newcastle Hou, Jiexi, The University of Newcastle Wu, Yuzhou, The University of Newcastle P05006

dissecting the requirement for Plant ranGAP1 subcellular Targeting and GAP Activity for its Cellular and developmental functions
Presenter: Boruc, Joanna, The Ohio State University, joanna.boruc@gmail.com Rodrigo-Peiris, Thushani, The Ohio State University Meier, Iris, The Ohio State University P05003

MAP65-1 and MAP65-2 promote cell proliferation and axial growth in Arabidopsis roots

Presenter: Cheung, Alice, University of Massachusetts, acheung@biochem.umass.edu

formin-regulated subapical actin structure in elongating pollen tubes compartmentalizes vesicular trafficking and steers tip growth orientation

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Zou, Yanjiao, University of Massachusetts Wu, Hen-ming, University of Massachusetts P05007 Chen, Yani, Michigan State University Deng, Yan, Iowa State University Brandizzi, Federica, Michigan State University Howell, Stephen, Iowa State University

Cell death control by matrix metalloproteinases in tomato

Presenter: Schaller, Andreas, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany, andreas.schaller@uni-hohenheim.de Zimmermann, Dirk, University of Hohenheim Pasule, Christian, University of Hohenheim Gomez-Barrera, Juan, University of Hohenheim Sieferer, Elke, University of Hohenheim Frick, Ursula, ETH Zürich Nicholson, Tim, University of Hohenheim Pfannstiel, Jens , University of Hohenheim

Phloem protein imaging in Arabidopsis reveals new insights into Münch’s pressure flow hypothesis
Presenter: Froelich, Daniel R., Washington State University, dfroelich@gmail.com P05012

P05011

The lon2 protease promotes continued matrix protein import into peroxisomes
Presenter: Farmer, Lisa M., Rice University, generdicist@gmail.com Lingard, Matthew, Rice University Bartel, Bonnie, Rice University P05013

An Arabidopsis homolog of the human Comparative Gene identification 58 (CGi58) Protein Modulates linolenic Acid homeostasis and lipophilic signaling
Presenter: Chapman, Kent D., University of North Texas, chapman@unt.edu Dyer, John, USDA-ARS- ALARC Mullen, Robert, University of Guelph Case, Charlene, University of North Texas Gidda, Satinder, University of Guelph Horn, Patrick, University of North Texas James, Christopher, University of North Texas Keereetaweep, Jantana , University of North Texas Khuu, Nicholas, University of Guelph Park, Sunjung, USDA-ARS-ALARC Seay, Damien, Del Mar College Zhang, Daisy, Del Mar College P05009

P05008

Processing-body and stress granule localized tandem zinc finger proteins are involved in GA and AbA mediated regulation of seed germination

Presenter: Bogamuwa, Srimathi P., Ohio State University, bogamuwa.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu Jang, Jyan-Chyun, The Ohio State University P05014

Presenter: Inoue, Hitoshi, University of Massachusetts, hinoue@cns.umass.edu Schnell, Danny, University of Massachusetts Li, Ming, University of Massachusetts Zuber, Joshua, University of Massachusetts P05010

The role of stromal hsp90 for preprotein transport across the envelope membranes and chloroplast biogenesis

Presenter: Matsuoka, Ken, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, kenmat@agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp Moriguchi, Ryo, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University Suyama, Akiko, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University P05015

Golgi-targeting of plant type 2 prolyl 4-hydroxylase mediated by toxin-homology and catalytic domains and interaction with Per1 protein

using forward genetics to identify novel Arabidopsis thaliana peroxisomal mutants
Presenter: Fleming, Wendell, Rice University, waf3@rice.edu Venkova, Savina, Rice University Ventura, Meredith, Rice University Gonzalez, Kim, Rice University Hanna, Victoria, Mary Hardin-Baylor University Woodward, Andrew, Mary Hardin-Baylor University

The organelle to organelle movement of bziP28 in response to Er stress

Presenter: Srivastava, Renu, Iowa State University, renu@iastate.edu

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Poster 05 – Cell biology
Strader, Lucia, Washington University Bartel, Bonnie, Rice University abiodunolamoses@yahoo.com Matsuoka, Ken, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University Japan

Myosin-viii: A link between the actin cytoskeleton and auxin homeostasis

P05016

Endosomes in cell signaling and development

P05021

Presenter: Bezanilla, Magdalena, UMass Amherst bezanilla@bio.umass.edu Wu, Shu-Zon, UMass Amherst P05017

Presenter: Vidali, Luis, Department of Biology and Biotech.- Worcester Polytechnic Institute, lvidali@wpi.edu Liu, Yun-Chen, Department of Biology and Biotech.Worcester Polytechnic Institute Furt, Fabienne, Department of Biology and Biotech.Worcester Polytechnic Institute Bibeau, Jeffrey, Department of Biology and Biotech. -Worcester Polytechnic Institute Tuzel, Erkan, Department of Physics - Worcester Polytechinic Institute P05018

Myosin xi oscillations precede f-actin’s during polarized plant cell growth

Presenter: Otegui, Marisa, University of WisconsinMadison, otegui@wisc.edu Reyes, Francisca, University of Wisconsin-Madison Spitzer, Christoph, University of Wisconsin-Madison Buono, Rafael, University of Wisconsin-Madison Roschzttardtz , Hannetz, University of WisconsinMadison P05022

Class xi myosins are required for normal fertility in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Madison, Stephanie, University of Tennessee, smadiso2@utk.edu Buchanan, Matt, University of Tennessee Glass, Jeremiah, University of Tennessee Nebenführ, Andreas, University of Tennessee P05023

visualization of seed lipid Metabolism through Mass spectrometry imaging

Cell wall arabinose-deficient mutant mur5 encodes a defective reversibly Glycosylated Polypeptide 2 (rGP2)
Presenter: Dugard, Christopher K., Purdue University, Botany and Plant Pathology, cdugard@purdue.edu Mertz, Rachel, Purdue University, Botany and Plant Pathology Olek, Anna, Purdue University, Botany and Plant Pathology Carpita, Nicholas, Purdue University, Botany and Plant Pathology Reiter, Wolf-Dieter, University of Connecticut, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology P05020

Presenter: Horn, Patrick, University of North Texas, patrickhorn@my.unt.edu Neogi, Purnima, University of North Texas Korte, Andy, Iowa State University Shulaev, Vladimir, University of North Texas Lee, Young-Jin, Iowa State University Chapman, Kent, University of North Texas P05024

Presenter: Cai, Yingqi University of North Texas yingqicai@my.unt.edu Cai, Yingqi University of North Texas Chapman, Kent University of North Texas P05025

Probing the function of seipins in Arabidopsis thaliana

using photoconvertible kikume marker protein to analyze the turnover rate of Golgi apparatus in by-2 cells

Presenter: Abiodun, Moses Olabiyi, Graduate School of Biotech and Bioenvtal Sc. Kyushu University, Japan,

Presenter: Pysh, Leonard D., Roanoke College, pysh@ roanoke.edu Kleisler, Heather, Roanoke College

The role of lignin in root cell shape determination in Arabidopsis thaliana

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Ward, Rebecca, Roanoke College Weidman, Taylor, Roanoke College P05026 Sunada, Mariko, University of Tokyo Ueda, Takashi, University of Tokyo Kumamaru, Toshihiro, Kyushu University

Presenter: Eguen, Tenai, UCSD, teguen@ucsd.edu Eguen, Tenai, University of California, San Diego Lee, Michelle, University of California, San Diego Shen, Zhouxin, University of California, San Diego Kang, Earl, University of California, San Diego Briggs, Steve, University of California, San Diego P05027

Early signaling in plant immunity

Plastid signaling in the control of leaf size
Presenter: Irigoyen, Sonia, Texas A&M University, sirigoyen@mail.bio.tamu.edu Versaw, Wayne , Texas A&M University P05031

P05030

nuclear cage and cytoplasmic bodies mutants provide insight into a novel intracellular protein trafficking pathway

Presenter: Jancowski, Sylwia, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia, sjancows@interchange.ubc.ca Catching, Amanda, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia Pighin, Jamie, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia Kudo, Takamasa, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia Foissner, Ilse, University of Salzburg Wasteneys, Geoffrey, Department of Botany, University of British Columbia P05028

Presenter: Siman, Steven, Wilfrid Laurier University, sima9760@mylaurier.ca Chen, Yi, Wilfrid Laurier University Smith, Matthew, Wilfrid Laurier University P05032

ToC complex assembly: an examination of the interactions between ToC GTPases

Combinatorial mutant analyses suggest that balanced PEroxin5 localization is necessary for Arabidopsis peroxisome function

Presenter: Woodward, Andrew W., The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, awoodward@umhb.edu Ratzel, Sarah, Rice University Fleming, Wendell, Rice University Bjornson, Marta, University of California, Davis Bartel, Bonnie, Rice University P05033

A split-ubiquitin yeast two-hybrid screen for substrate specificity of atToc159 and atToc132, two Arabidopsis chloroplast preprotein import receptors
Presenter: Dutta, Siddhartha, Wilfrid Laurier University, Sid.Dutta@gmail.com Smith, Matthew D., Wilfrid Laurier University P05029

GluP6/GEf is the activator for GluP4/ rab5a, and involved in intracellular transport of proglutelin from Golgi to protein storage vacuole in rice seed

Presenter: Diaz, Kristophe J., Umass Boston, kristophediaz@gmail.com Butler, Denise, UMass Boston Pellman, David, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Colón-Carmona, Adán, UMass Boston P05034

Arabidopsis thaliana Centromere Associated Protein E is involved in Chromosome segregation during Mitosis and Meiosis

Presenter: Fukuda, Masako, Kyushu University, mako-f@agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp Wen, Liuying, Kyushu University Satoh-Cruz, Mio, Washingtong State University Kawagoe, Yasushi, National Institute of Agrobiological Science Okita, Thomas, Washington State University Ogawa, Masahiro, Yamaguchi Prefectural University

understanding the establishment of the outer lateral domain in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Enders, Tara, Washington University in St Louis, tenders@wustl.edu Strader, Lucia, Washington University in St Louis P05035

lfiM1 is involved in the growth of lily pollen tube by stabilizing the actin fringe

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Poster 05 – Cell biology
Presenter: Ren, Haiyun, Beijing Normal University, hren@bnu.edu.cn Su, Hui, Beijing Normal University Pei, Weike, Beijing Normal University Wang, Jiaojiao, Beijing Normal University Dong, Huaijian, Beijing Normal University Shackel, Kenneth, University of California Davis P05040

reversibly changing flow in the plant endoplasmic reticulum
Presenter: Griffing, Lawrence, TAMU, griffing@tamu.edu 05041

biophysical characterization of the GTPase domain of atToc33 and its r130A mutant using circular dichroism and fluorescence spectroscopy
Presenter: Patel, Geetika, Wilfrid Laurier University, gpatel@wlu.ca Patel, Geetika, Wilfrid Laurier University Szabo, Arthur, Wilfrid Laurier University Smith, Matthew, Wilfrid Laurier University P05037

P05036

Presenter: Utz, Daniella, Universidad de Chile, daniutz@ug.uchile.cl Handford, Michael, Universidad de Chile

subcellular localisation of nucleotide-sugar transporters in grapevines (vitis vinifera l.)

Poster 06 – development
P06001

Practical consideration of sterilization times for plant tissue culture media
Presenter: Beringer, Jeffrey R., Dow AgroSciences, jrberinger@dow.com Wu, Huixia, Dow AgroSciences Wagner, Josh, Dow AgroSciences Larsen, Jeffrey, Dow AgroSciences Botimer, Nicole, Dow AgroSciences P05038

Presenter: Jia, Haiyan, Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, University of Florida, hjia@ufl.edu Suzuki, Masaharu, Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, University of Florida McCarty, Donald, Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Program, University of Florida P06002

functional differentiation of Afl and vAl b3 transcription factors regulating the transition from embryo formation to germination

Presenter: Burkart, Graham, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, gburkart@cns.umass.edu Bezanilla, Magdalena, University of Massachusetts, Amherst P05039

roP regulates tip growth by controlling cortical formin organization and behavior near the cell tip

A revised theory for direct determination of plant cell volume and cell osmotic behaviour using cell-pressure-probes

Presenter: Sankaranarayanan, Subramanian, University of Calgary, subru_16@yahoo.com Muhammad, Jamshed, University of Calgary Delmas, Frederic, University of Bordeaux Yeung, Edward, University of Calgary Samuel, Marcus, University of Calgary P06003

haplo-insufficiency of an s-domain receptor kinase and Abi3 in sdk-f +/- abi3 +/- heterozygotes, results in defective female gametophyte development

Presenter: Knipfer, Thorsten, University of California Davis, knipfer.thorsten@yahoo.de Fei, Jiong, University of California Davis Gambetta, Gregory, University of California Davis Matthews, Mark, University of California

Presenter: Pichardo González, Juan,

Gibberellins and cytokinins levels affect fruit and seed in Arabidopsis thaliana and Capsicum annuum

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Manuel Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya, jmpichardo73@yahoo.com.mx Méndez Inocencio, Carlos, Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya Acosta García, Gerardo, Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya

The double mutant of Arabidopsis Csld2 and Csld3 has defects in synergid cell development

P06004

Presenter: Yoo, Cheol-Min, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, cyoo@noble.org Blancaflor, Elison, Saumel Roberts Noble Foundation P06005

Presenter: Panoli, Aneesh, University of California, Davis, apanoli@ucdavis.edu Alandete-Saez, Monica, University of California, Davis Pagnussat, Gabriela, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina Neff, Christina, University of California, Davis Cheng, Youfa, University of California at San Diego Zhao, Yunde, University of California at San Diego Sundaresan, Venkatesan, University of California, Davis

local auxin biosynthesis at the micropylar end is a key step in the patterning of the Arabidopsis female gametophyte

P06008

Genome assisted developmental analyses in wild and domesticated tomato
Presenter: Sinha, Neelima, UC Davis, nrsinha@ucdavis.edu Koenig, Dan, Max Planck Institute Jimenez-Gomez, Jose, Max Planck Institute Chitowood, Dan, UC Davis Headland, Lauren, UC Davis Kumar, Ravi, UC Davis Ichihashi, Yasunori, UC Davis Ranjan, Aashish, UC Davis Fulop, Dan, UC Davis Maloof, Julin, UC Davis Peng, Jie, UC Davis P06006

Transcriptome exploration, leaf morphology diversity and the domestication of Kale (brassica oleracea var. viridis)
Presenter: Arias-Garzon, Tatiana, University of MIssouri, tatiana.tatianaarias@gmail.com Pires, Chris, University of Missouri P06010

P06009

Chronicles of a steryl glycoside: a role in plant development biology
Presenter: Nair, Meera, University of Kentucky mna223@uky.edu DeBolt, Seth, University of Kentucky P06011

The positive role in cell cycle progression and intermittent expression of CyClin A1;2/TAM in the root apical meristem in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Jha, Ajay K., Noble Foundation, Inc., ajaygrad@gmail.com Wang, Yixing, Oklahoma State University Chen, Rujin, Noble Foundation, Inc. Yang, Ming, Oklahoma State University P06007

f-actin and actin transcript distribution in angiosperm and gymnosperm root primary tissues
Presenter: Pesacreta, Thomas C., University of Lousiana, Lafayette, tcp9769@louisiana.edu Kumar, Manoj, Biology Dept. P06012

The bEl1-like family of transcription factors in potato
Presenter: Sharma, Pooja, Plant Biology Major, Iowa State University, psharma@iastate.edu Lin, Tian, Plant Biology Major, Iowa State University Grandellis, Carolina, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina Hannapel, David, Plant Biology Major, Iowa State University

scrambled, a member of lrr rlK family, exerts pleiotropic effects through multiple pathways in Arabidopsis development
Presenter: Kwak, Su-Hwan, Long Island UniversityBrooklyn, su-hwan.kwak@liu.edu Schiefelbein, John, University of Michigan

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P06013 Drews, Gary, University of Utah Schumaker, Karen, University of Arizona Yadegari, Ramin, University of Arizona

friend of leafy1 (fol1) and fol2 regulate floral meristem identity and floral development
Presenter: Lamb, Rebecca S., Ohio State University, lamb.129@osu.edu Siriwardana, Nirodhini, Ohio State University Gentzel, Irene, Ohio State University Field, Sterling, Ohio State University Kacner, Thomas, Ohio State University Patel, Vidhi, Ohio State University P06014

Presenter: Conrad, Liza, University of California Davis, ljconrad@ucdavis.edu Johnson, Cameron, University of California Davis An, Gynheung, Crop Biotech Institute Sundaresan, Venkatesan, University of California Davis P06018

The polycomb group gene EMf2b regulates floral organ development in rice

P06017

new aspects of phloem-mediated longdistance lipid-signaling in plants
Presenter: Hoffmann-Benning, Susanne, Michigan State University, hoffma16@msu.edu Benning, Urs, Michigan State University Tamot, Banita, Michigan State University P06015

A nucleostemin-like GTPase required for embryogenesis and flower development in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Hong, Zonglie, University of Idaho, zhong@uidaho.edu Wang, Xiaomin, University of Idaho Anderson, Kelli, University of Idaho Xie, Bo, University of Idaho Huang, Rongyu, University of Idaho Hong, Zonglie, University of Idaho P06019

Proteomic analysis of rhizome specificity across plant kingdom

Presenter: Salvato, Fernanda, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri, fersalvato@gmail.com Balbuena, Tiago, Institute of Biology, State University of Campinas He, Ruifeng, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Washington State University Gang, David, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Washington State University Thelen, Jay, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri P06016

grv2, an embryo defective mutant, functions in the late endocytic pathway

Presenter: Silady, Rebecca, Southern Connecticut State University, siladyr1@southernct.edu Borysiewicz, Jonathan, Southern Connecticut State University Turcio, Arriana, Southern Connecticut State University P06020

Polycomb repressive complex 2 regulates type i MAds-box gene expression during endosperm development in Arabidopsis

developmental localization of plant cell wall components and their role during somatic embryogenesis of banana (Musa spp. AAA)

Presenter: Zhang, Shanshan, University of Arizona, sszhang3@email.arizona.edu Wang, Dongfang, University of Arizona Zhang, Huajian, University of Utah Lloyd, Alan, University of Utah Skaggs, Megan, University of Arizona An, Lingling, University of Arizona

Presenter: Xu, Chunxiang, College of Horticulture, South China Agricultural University, chxxu@scau.edu.cn Pan, Xiao, College of Horticulture, South China Agricultural University Chen, Houbin, College of Horticulture, South China Agricultural University Samaj, Jozef, Faculty of Science, Palacký University

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P06021

A post-embryonic root growth program signaled from the Arabidopsis root stele

Presenter: Sebastian, Jose, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, josethayyil08@gmail.com Zhou, Jing, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Lee, Ji-Young, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research P06022

Presenter: Huq, Enamul, University of Texas at Austin, huq@mail.utexas.edu Sharma, Nidhi, UT Austin Kim, Dong-Hwan, UT Austin Sung, Sibum, UT Austin P06026

CK2 alpha subunits affect multiple developmental and stress-responsive pathways in Arabidopsis

Analysis of stunter1, a maize mutant with reduced gametophyte size and maternal effects on seed development
Presenter: Phillips, Allison, Wisconsin Lutheran College, allison.phillips@wlc.edu Evans, Matthew, Carnegie Institution for Science P06023

Presenter: Mulekar, Jidnyasa, University of Texas at Austin, saytojidnyasa@gmail.com Bu, Qingyun, University of Texas at Austin Chen, Fulu, University of Texas at Austin Huq, Enamul, University of Texas at Austin P06027

Phototropism studies in microgravity and fractional gravity on the international space station
Presenter: Kiss, John Z., Miami University, kissjz@muohio.edu Millar, Kathy, Miami Univ.-Dept, Botany Kiss, John, Miami Univ.-Dept, Botany P06024

leaf boundaries: live cell imaging of ligule development in maize
Presenter: Rasmussen, Carolyn, University of Wyoming, crasmus8@uwyo.edu Luo, Anding, University of Wyoming Sylvester, Anne, University of Wyoming P06028

h+-PPase AvP1 is necessary for phloem development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Torii, Keiko U, Department of Biology and HHMI, University of Washington, ktorii@u.washington.edu Lee, Jin Suk, Department of Biology, University of Washington Hnilova, Marketa, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington Kuroha, Takeshi, Department of Biology, University of Washington Khatayevich, Dmitriy, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington Kanaoka, Masahiro, Department of Biology, University of Washington Sarikaya, Mehmet, Materials Sciences and Engineering, University of Washington Tamerler, Candan, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington P06025

direct interaction of ligand-receptor pairs specifying stomatal patterning

Presenter: Gaxiola, Roberto, AASU, roberto.gaxiola@ asu.edu Paez-Valencia, Julio, Arizona State University Patron, Araceli, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico Sanchez-Gomez, Concepcion, Hospital Infantil de Mexico, Federico Gomez Sanchez-Lares, Jonathan, Arizona State University Furstenau, Tara, Arizona State University Hilton, Matthew, Arizona State University Valencia-Mayoral, Pedro, Hospital Infantil de Mexico, Federico Gomez Ayre, Brian, University of North Texas Hirschi, Kendal, Baylor College of Medicine P06029

Proteomic analysis of brassica stigmatic proteins following the si reaction reveals a role for microtubule dynamics during pollen responses
Presenter: Jamshed, Muhammad, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, Canada, mjamshed@ucalgary.ca Tang, Wenqiang, College of Life Sciences, Hebei Normal University, Shijiazhuang, Hebei

nfl promotes flowering specifically under short-day in Arabidopsis

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Wang, Zhi, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanf Goring, Daphn, University of Toronto, Department of Cell and Systems Biology, Canada Samuel, Marcus, Department ofBiological Sciences, University of Calgary Muday, Gloria, Wake Forest University

Trichome accessory cell differentiation is enhanced by a transcriptional target of Glabra2
Presenter: Hatlestad, Greg, University of Texas at Austin, hatl0033@mail.utexas.edu Gonzalez, Antonio, University of Texas at Austin Lloyd, Alan, University of Texas at Austin P06035

P06034

A TCP transcription factor, branch angle defective 1 (bAd1), is required for normal tassel branch angle formation in maize

P06030

Presenter: Bai, Fang, University of California, San Diego, fangbai@ucsd.edu Reinheimer, Renata. University of Missouri-Saint Louis Durantini, Diego, University of California, San Diego Kellogg, Elizabeth, University of Missouri-Saint Louis Schmidt, Robert, University of California, San Diego P06031

Transcriptional changes associated with dormancy status and sprout control in potato tubers
Presenter: Campbell, Michael, Penn State Erie, mac17@psu.edu P06036

Contribution of fT genes and networks to the evolution of plant life forms and adaptation

identification and characterization of two proteins with a putative role in cell expansion growth
Presenter: Li, Jie, Michigan State University, lijie3@msu.edu Boakye, Paula, Michigan State University Hoffmann-Benning, Susanne, Michigan State University P06037

Presenter: Yuceer, Cetin, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University, mcy1@msstate.edu Hsu, Chuan-Yu, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University Ozdilek, Asli, Department of Forestry, Mississippi State University Drnevich, Jenny, W.M. Keck Center, University of Illinois P06032

regulation of organ elongation by sAur proteins

Molecular action of sEuss-liKE transcriptional adaptors during shoot apical meristem development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Wynn, April N., North Carolina State University, aprilnwynn@gmail.com Franks, Robert, North Carolina State University P06033

Presenter: Reed, Jason, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, jreed@email.unc.edu Chae, Keun, University of North Carolina Isaacs, Cameron, University of North Carolina Reeves, Paul, BBSRC Yadav, Vandana, University of North Carolina Maloney, Gregory, Wake Forest University Muday, Gloria, Wake Forest University Nagpal, Punita University of North Carolina P06038

Analysis of the tomato flavonoid biosynthetic pathway and the effects of flavonoids on tomato root and seed development
Presenter: Maloney, Gregory S, Wake Forest University, maloneyg@wfu.edu

Components of the brassinosteroid signaling pathway regulate zygote development in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Jeong, Sangho, University of Georgia, sjeong@plantbio.uga.edu Lukowitz, Wolfgang, University of Georgia

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P06039

Presenter: Salazar, Arnold Maloles, SUNY- College of Environmental Science and Forestry, salazar.am75@gmail.com Fernando, Danilo SUNY- ESF P06041

Pine pollen tube-wall-associated proteins: sequence analysis, gene expression and localization

sfp0016@unt.edu Prewitt, Sarah, University of North Texas McGarry, Roisin, University of North Texas Ayre, Brian, University of North Texas

specific functions and regulation of siM motifs in the endoreplication of Arabidopsis Trichomes
Presenter: Kumar, Narender, Louisiana State University, nkumar3@tigers.lsu.edu P06042

Presenter: Zhu, Huijing, Grand Valley State University, huijzhu@gmail.com Godfrey, Timothy, Grand Valley State University Blackman, Sheila, Grand Valley State University P06046

induction of desiccation tolerance in developing seeds of Phalaenopsis amabilis: the role of the late embryogenesis abundant proteins

P06045

lipid characterization of Camelina sativa developing seeds

Presenter: Rodríguez, Manuel, Fernando Instituto de la Grasa,Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, mfrodrod@ig.csic.es Sánchez García, Alicia, Instituto de la Grasa, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas Salas Griñon, Joaquín, Instituto de la Grasa, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas Martínez Forces, Enrique, Instituto de la Grasa, Consejo Superior de Investiciones Científicas P06043

regulation of plant growth in tomato by expression of ErECTA genes from Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Villagarcia, Hector E., University of Arkansas at Little Rock, hector.villagarcia@gmail.com Villagarcia, Hector, Department of Applied Science, University of Arkansas at Little Rock Shpak, Elena, Dept. of Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology, Univ of Tennessee Khodakovskaya, Mariya, Department of Applied Science, University of Arkansas at Little Rock P06047

The iMA/Mif2 protein regulates multihormonal pathways through the control of signalosome activity

Presenter: Delmas, Fred, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie, INRA de Bordeaux, frederic.delmas@bordeaux.inra.fr Leblond, Julie, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie INRA de Bordeaux Sicard, Adrien, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie INRA de Bordeaux Hernould, Michel, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie INRA de Bordeaux Chevalier, Christian, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie INRA de Bordeaux P06044

functional analyses of three activated genes 048-3, 048-4 and 048-7 in an early flowering T-dnA insertion rice mutant M52048

Presenter: Chen, Liang-Jwu, National Chung Hsing University, ljchen@nchu.edu.tw Lo, Shuen-Fan, Academia Sinica Li, Tzu-Yin, National Chung Hsing University Yang, Hsiu-Ya, National Chung Hsing University He, Hong-Yi, National Chung Hsing University Yu, Su-May, Academia Sinica Chen, Liang-Jwu, National Chung Hsing University P06048

investigation of the role of centroradialis/ terminal flower1/self-pruning (cets) gene family members in cotton, a complex sympodial system

Turning moss into algae: loss of cell adhesion and differentiation in prenylation-deficient Physcomitrella patens

Presenter: Prewitt, Sarah F., University of North Texas

Presenter: Running, Mark P., University of Louisville, mprunn01@louisville.edu Thole, Julie, Washington University in Saint Louis Perroud, Pierre-Francois, Washington University in Saint Louis Quatrano, Ralph, Washington University in Saint Louis

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P06049 University Dewitte, Walter, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University Murray, James, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University

Presenter: Nodine, Michael D., Whitehead Institute, HHMI, MIT, Gregor Mendel Institute, nodine@wi.mit.edu Bartel, David, Whitehead Institute, HHMI, MIT P06050

Maternal and paternal genomes contribute equally to the transcriptome of early plant embryos

Expression of an arabinogalactan protein, AGP31, represses seed protein gene expression and enhances AbA sensitivity in Arabidopsis seedlings

P06052

rnA helicase activity, required for translation, is susceptible to isoAsp formation but recoverable by protein isoaspartyl methyltransferase

Presenter: Downie, Allan Bruce, University of Kentucky, adownie@uky.edu Nayak, Nihar, Regional Plant Resource Centre Putnam, Andrea, Dept. Biochemistry, Case Western Reserve University Addepalli, Balasubrahmanyam, University of Cincinnati Lowenson, Jonathan, UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Patra, Biranchi, Keck Graduate Institute Chen, Tingsu, Microbiology Institute, Guangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences Schäfermeyer, Kim, University of Kentucky Jankowsky, Eckhard, Department of Biochemistry, Case Western Reserve University Perry, Sharyn, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Kentucky Dinkins, Randy, USDA-ARS Forage-Animal Production Research Unit, University Kentucky Limbach, Patrick, Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati Ray, Animesh, Keck Graduate Institute Clarke, Steven, UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry P06051

Presenter: Weeraratne, Tharindu P., Section Mol, Cell, Devel Biol, Univ of Texas at Austin, tharindu@ utexas.edu Liu, Chenggang, Plant Biology Division, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Veerappa, Roopa, Section Mol, Cell, Devel Biol, Univ of Texas at Austin Wong, Valerie, Section Mol, Cell, Devel Biol, Univ of Texas at Austin Mehdy, Mona, Section Mol, Cell, Devel Biol, Univ of Texas at Austin P06053

shr/sCr-mediated signaling pathway controls asymmetric cell division and cell specification in the Arabidopsis root
Presenter: Sozzani, Rosangela, University of Pavia/ Armenise Harvard Foundation, ross.sozzani@unipv.it Hinde, Elizabeth, UC Irvine Crosti, Giuseppe, Duke University Winter, Cara, Duke University Gratton, Enrico , UC Irvine Benfey, Philip, Duke University P06054

An under-the-ground bean story

functional analysis of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors ick/krp in Arabidopsis root and lateral root growth
Presenter: Wen, Bo, Cardiff School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, wenbo_master@hotmail.com Nieuwland, Jeroen, School of Biosciences, Cardiff

Presenter: Sanchez, Federico, Plant Molecular Biology Department, federico@ibt.unam.mx Olivares, Juan Elías, IBT-UNAM Estrada-Navarrete, Georgina, IBT-UNAM Díaz-Camino, Claudia, IBT-UNAM Hernández-López, Alejandrina, IBT-UNAM Balu-Rajeswari, Chandrasekar, IBT-UNAM Barraza-Celis, Aarón, IBT-UNAM Guillén, Gabriel, IBT-UNAM Quinto, Carmen, IBT-UNAM Sanchez, Federico, Plant Molecular Biology Department

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Two actin isovariants, ACT7 and ACT8 regulate Arabidopsis root meristem development through modulating intracellular auxin gradient

Presenter: Numata, Takahiro, Iwate University, a8108043@gmail.com Kandasamy, Muthugapatti, Department of Genetics, Division of Life Sciences Complex, Universi Meagher, Richard, Department of Genetics, Division of Life Sciences Complex, Universi Rahman, Abidur, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate Univ P06056

An abnormality in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum cv Texas Marker-1) germination that is similar to Arabidopsis lightresponsive mutants

P06060

Presenter: Arnold, Marianne, Texas A&M University, Molecular and Environmental Plant Sciences, m-arnold@tamu.edu Gould, Jean, Texas A&M University, Molecular and Environmental Plant Sciences

Changing the density of the external medium can modulate and reverse the gravity response of plant cells and organs
Presenter: Staves, Mark P, Grand Valley State University, stavesm@gvsu.edu Kovacevic, Naila, Grand Valley State University P06057

Presenter: Lai, Hung-Hsueh, University of Washington, hungo@uw.edu P06076

regulation of inflorescence architecture by intertissue layer ligand-receptor communication between endodermis and phloem

P06061

Exploring the forgotten axis of leaf development

A conserved mechanism controlling motor organ identity in legumes

Presenter: Chen, Jianghua, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc., jchen@noble.org Moreau, Carol, John Innes Center Liu, Yu, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc Kawaguchi, Masayoshi, National Institute for Basic Biology Hofer, Julie, Aberystwyth University Ellis, Noel, Aberystwyth University Chen, Rujin, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc. P06058

Presenter: Martinez, Ciera, UC Davis, ccmartinez@ucdavis.edu Martinez, Ciera, UC Davis Chitwood, Daniel, University of California Davis Headland, Lauren, University of California Davis Ranjan, Aashish, University of California Davis Braybrook, Siobhan, University of Bern Koenig, Daniel, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology Kuhlemeier, Cris, University of Bern Smith, Richard, University of Bern Sinha, Neelima, University of California Davis

The mapping and cloning of the discordia3 mutations
Presenter: Chen, Wei, University of North Texas, angela7552@gmail.com Wright, Amanda, University of North Texas

Molecular role of polyamines in tomato (solanum lycopersicum l.) fruit development

P06075

sTf mainly acts as repressor in the regulation of leaf blade outgrowth

P06059

Presenter: Tadege, Million, Oklahoma State University, million.tadege@okstate.edu Lin, Hao, Oklahoma State University Niu, Lifang, Oklahoma State University Mysore, Kirankumar, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation

Presenter: Anwar, Raheel, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, Purdue University, ranwar@purdue.edu Fatima, Shazia, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, Purdue University Handa, Avtar, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, Purdue University

Myb64 and Myb119 regulate Cell Growth and nuclear divisions during female Gametogenesis in Arabidopsis

P06062

Presenter: Rabiger, David S, University of Utah, dave.

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Poster 06 – development
rabiger@utah.edu Drews, Gary, University of Utah P06063

lateral root emergence

Presenter: Ponder, David M, University of Oklahoma, dponder1@ou.edu Bartley, Laura, University of Oklahoma P06068

The post-phloem transport of nutrients during Pisum sativum seed development: a role for small cystein-rich proteins

Effects of Gibberellin and Ethylene on secondary sexual characteristics and sex expression in trioecious Carica papaya

Presenter: Radchuk, Ruslana, The Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), radchukr@ipk-gatersleben.de Meitzel, Tobias, The Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) Radchuk, Volodymyr, The Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) P06064

Presenter: Han, Jennifer Okhyun, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, johan@illinois.edu Murray, Jan, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Yu, Qingyi, Texas A&M University Moore, Paul, Hawaii Agriculture Research Center Ming, Ray, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign P06069

A novel function for cytosolic ascorbate peroxidase 6 (APx6) in regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana seeds germination
Presenter: Miller, Gad, Bar-Ilan University, gad. miller@biu.ac.il Letnik, Ilya, Bar-Ilan University P06065

Plastidial isoform of folylpolyglutamate synthetase is required for normal root system development in Arabidopsis thaliana

Abnormal initial cell formation precludes the cytokinin response in Physcomitrella patens

Presenter: Dietrich, Margaret A., Grand Valley State University, dietrima@gvsu.edu Hansen, Anthony, Grand Valley State University

role of Phytochrome b and Phytochrome interacting factors in light and temperature-mediated architectural adaptations

P06066

Presenter: Holalu, Srinidhi V, Molecular & Environmental Plant Sciences, Texas A & M University, hvsrinidhi@gmail.com Finlayson, Scott, Deptt. of Soil & Crop Sciences, Texas A& M University Krishna Reddy, Srirama, Texas AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Amarillo P06067

Presenter: Reyes- Hernández, Blanca J., Instituto de Biotecnología , UNAM, jazminrh@ibt.unam.mx Reyes-Hernández, Blanca, Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM Ugartechea-Chirino, Yamel, Instituto de Biotecnología , UNAM Srivastava, Avinash, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Moon, Jun-Cheol, Instituto de Biotecnología , UNAM Lira-Ruan, Verónica, Facultad de Ciencias, UAEM Shishkova, Svetlana, Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM Sharma, Ashutosh, Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM Napsucialy-Mendivil, Selene, Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM Gaofeng, Dong, University of South Dakota Blancaflor, Elison, Joseph, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Joseph, Instituto de Biotecnología, UNAM P06070

understanding brassinosteroid regulation of root development by genomic approaches

investigating cell wall changes during grass

Presenter: Sae-Seaw, Juthamas, Stanford University, juthamas@stanford.edu Bai, Yang, Carnegie Institution for Science Augusto, Rafael, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande

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do Sul Wang, Zhiyong, Carnegie Institution for Science P06071 Reed, David, University of Wyoming Massman, William, USFS Aston, Timothy, University of Wyoming Angstmann, Julia, University of Wyoming Nathani, Kusum, University of Wyoming Mitra, Bhaskar, SUNY-Buffalo Norton, Urszula, University of Wyoming

Abscisic acid regulates axillary bud outgrowth responses to red:far red competition signals

Presenter: Finlayson, Scott A, Texas A&M University, sfinlayson@tamu.edu Reddy, Srirama, Texas AgriLife Research Holalu, Srinidhi, Texas A&M University Casal, Jorge, Universidad de Buenos Aires P06072

A comparison of water relations characteristics of Eucalyptus species grown across a groundwater depth gradient
Presenter: Zolfaghar, Sepideh, University of Technology Sydney, sepideh.zolfaghar@student.uts.edu.au Villalobos-vega, Randol, University of Technology Sydney Eamus, Derek, University of Technology Sydney Zeppel, Melanie, Macquarie University P07003

P07002

developmental regulation of pollen tube reception in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Gates, Laura, University of Massachusetts, lgates@student.umass.edu Duan, Qiaohong, University of Massachusetts Cheung, Alice, University of Massachusetts Wu, Hen-Ming, University of Massachusetts P06073

orE15, a zinc finger transcription factor, positively regulates cell proliferationdependent organ size and age-associated leaf longevity.
Presenter: Kim , Jin Hee, OSU, jhdragon@postech.ac.kr Kim, Jin hee, OSU Kim, Jeongsik, OSU Woo, Hye Ryun, Chungnam National University Jun, Sang Eun, Dong-A University Lim, Pyung Ok, Cheju National University Nam, Hong Gil, POSTECH Kim, Gyung-Tae, Dong-A University

Genome size as an indicator of plastic responses to drought stress in Panicum virgatum l. (switchgrass) exposed to variable precipitation timing
Presenter: O’Keefe, Kimberly, Saint Joseph’s University, kim.okeefe@sju.edu Nippert, Jesse, Kansas State University Springer, Clint, Saint Joseph’s University P07004

impact of genotypic variation in aquaporin function on plant performance under drought
Presenter: Aston, Timothy Llewellyn, University of Wyoming, taston@uwyo.edu Ewers, Brent, University of Wyoming Yarkhunova, Yulia, University of Wyoming Weinig, Cynthia, University of Wyoming Guadagno, Carmella, University of Wyoming P07005

Poster 07 – Ecophysiology
P07001

use of plant hydraulic theory to predict plant controls over mass and energy fluxes in response to changes in species, soils, and mortality
Presenter: Ewers, Brent E, University of Wyoming, beewers@uwyo.edu Mackay, David, SUNY-Buffalo Pendall, Elise, University of Wyoming Frank, John, University of Wyoming/USFS

The effect of slope aspect on the germination biology of native and invasive species
Presenter: Redwood, Mame, Ohio University, mr342809@ohio.edu Huebner, Cynthia, Forest Service Northern Research Station Matlack, Glenn, Ohio University

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Poster 07 – Ecophysiology
P07006

Physiological and biochemical responses of bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum) to elevated salinity

Davenport, Ian, Xavier University of Louisiana Knott, Carrie, Louisiana State University Blum, Mike, Tulane University Ratnayaka, Harish, Xavier University of Louisiana P07011

Presenter: Lauer, Nathan, University of North Florida, NTLauer86@gmail.com Ross, Cliff, University of North Florida P07007

The role of sugar signaling in elevated Co2induced altered flowering time
Presenter: Scholtz, Leigh A, Saint Joseph’s University, leighann5069@gmail.com Springer, Clint, Saint Joseph’s University Greco, Michael, Saint Joseph’s University

inducible epidermal asymmetric flavonoid distribution protects the root cortex of epiphytic orchids from uv-b light
Presenter: Chomicki, Guillaume, University of Manchester, Guillaume.Chomicki-Bayada@student. manchester.ac.uk Bidel, Luc, Universite de Montpellier 2 Baissac, Yves, Universite de Montpellier 2 Jay-Allemand, Christian, Universite de Montpellier 2 P07008

Poster 08 – Education and outreach
P08001

Effect of estradiol treatment on the secondary metabolism in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Upadhyay, Pallavi, Texas Woman’s University, pupadhyay@twu.edu Maier, Camelia, Texas Woman’s University P07009

The role of inquiry-based instruction and students’ personal background in promoting openness to re-evaluating scientific misconceptions

Presenter: Fleet, Christine M, Emory & Henry College, cfleet@ehc.edu Grossman, W Eric, Emory & Henry College P08002

Arabidopsis as an educational model

Photosynthetic physiology of Cercidiphyllum japonicum in a simulated paleoarctic environment

Presenter: Westley, Lauren, Franklin and Marshall College, lauren.westley@fandm.edu Pike, Carl, Franklin and Marshall College Williams, Christopher, Franklin and Marshall College P07010

Comparative physiology of natural and cultivar genotypes of coastal marsh grass, spartina alterniflora

Presenter: Combe, Shannon, Xavier University of Louisiana, scombe@xula.edu Combe, Shannon, Xavier University of Louisiana Bernik, Brittany, Tulane University Jackson, Jeremiah, Xavier University of Louisiana Ojukwu, Kenechukwu, Xavier University of Louisiana

Presenter: Brkljacic, Jelena, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, OSU, brkljacic.1@osu.edu Knee, Emma, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Pomeranz, Marcelo, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Bartos, Christopher, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Campbell, Jeffrey, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU McMillin, Lauren, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Marcus, Mollie, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Crist, Debbie, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU Grotewold, Erich, Arabidopsis Biological Resource Center, CAPS, OSU

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P08003

undergraduates learn plant genetics by teaching middle and high school students
Presenter: Lundy, Stacey, Wake Forest University, lundsr11@wfu.edu Reagan, Bryan, Wake Forest University Browne, Carole, Wake Forest University Klosterman, Michelle, Wake Forest University Muday, Gloria, Wake Forest University P08004

Presenter: Knight, Celia, University of Leeds, c.d.knight@leeds.ac.uk Levesley, Aurora, University of Leeds Jopson, Juliet, University of Leeds Collins, Richard, University of Leeds Baker, Alison, University of Leeds P08009

undergraduate research at two hispanic serving institutions, assessment of a 10 year ongoing research education program

“issues in biotechnology” an online general education undergraduate course covering in simple terms basic knowledge about dna and biotechnology
Presenter: Kausch, Albert P., Univeristy of Rhode Island, akausch@etal.uri.edu Nelson, Kimberly, University of Rhode Island P08010

Presenter: Persans, Michael W, University of Texas Pan American, mpersans@utpa.edu Del Rio, Hilda, Texas A&M University Kingsville Louzada, Eliezer, Texas A&M University Kingsville Wrinkle , Robert, University of Texas Pan American P08005

A project-based undergraduate internship program in agricultural biotechnology
Presenter: Nelson-Vasilchik, Kimberly, University of Rhode Island, kimberlynelsonvasilchik@gmail.com Kausch, Albert, University of Rhode Island Hague, Joel, University of Rhode Island Tilelli, Michael, University of Rhode Island Deresienski, Adam, University of Rhode Island P08011

lecture free introductory biology: a studio/ laboratory approach
Presenter: Donaldson, Robert P, George Washington University, robdon@gwu.edu P08006

E-books, educational genome interfaces, and distributed student research: model outreach methods for plant research collaborations

A gene expression study for college students using Arabidopsis roots

Presenter: Micklos, David, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, micklos@cshl.edu Hilgert, Uwe, BIO5 Institute, University of Arizona McKay, Sheldon, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Williams, Jason, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory P08007

Presenter: Brenner, Eric D, New York University, Department of Biology, eb50@nyu.edu Bargmann, Bastiaan, Cell and Developmental Biology UCSD Birnbaum, Kenneth, New York University, Department of Biology P08012

Plants iview - an outreach program in plant biology for middle school students
Presenter: Peery, Rhiannon M, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, peery1@illinois.edu Hug, Barbara, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Markelz, Cody, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Kellly, Ryan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Segura, Miranda, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Gray, Sharon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

A place for distance learning in plant biology education

Presenter: Jordan, Chad V., North Carolina State University, chad_jordan@ncsu.edu Mickle, James, North Carolina State University Wright, Donna, North Carolina State University P08008

The Gatsby Plant science summer school – inspiring the next generation of plant science researchers

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Poster 08 – Education and outreach
Leisner, Courtney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Slattery, Becky, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Han, Jennifer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Leakey, Andrew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign P08013

learning through research: cloning and expression of 13 subunits of eif3

P08017

Presenter: Patrick, Ryan, University of Texas at Austin, ryanpatrick@utexas.edu Moore, Austin, University of Texas at Austin Browning, Karen, University of Texas at Austin Choy, Grace, University of Texas at Austin P08018

using inquiry-based molecular biology to teach critical thinking

research coordination network on integrative pollen biology: a forum for facilitating research and participation in pollen studies
Presenter: Cheung, Alice Y, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, acheung@biochem.umass.edu Integrative Pollen Biology, RCN, University of Massachusetts P08014

Presenter: Dietrich, Margaret A., Grand Valley State University, dietrima@gvsu.edu Hart, Dawn, Grand Valley State University Tsou, Pei-Lan, Grand Valley State University P08019

Crossing frontiers in Plant biology education: workshop activities and threedimensional models for teaching blind and visually-impaired students

Presenter: Reynaga-Pena, Cristina G, CINVESTAV Unidad Monterrey, creynaga@ira.cinvestav.mx Rico-Moreno, Noe, Universidad Quetzalcóatl de Irapuato P08020

The plant science TrEE (tool for research engaged education)
Presenter: Levesley, Aurora, University of Leeds, a.levesley@leeds.ac.uk Levesley, Aurora, University of Leeds Collins, Richard, University of Leeds Baker, Alison, University of Leeds Knight, Celia, University of Leeds P08015

involving students in the search for plant genes causing hay fever: an update of the Ambrosia project

Presenter: Robinson, Dave L., Department of Biology, Bellarmine University, drobinson@bellarmine.edu Fleet, Christine, Department of Biology, Emory & Henry College Lau, Joann, Department of Biology, Bellarmine University

student learning of the nature of science in the genetics classroom
Presenter: Kianian, Penny Avoles, North Dakota State University, Penny.Kianian@ndsu.edu Kianian, Penny Avoles, North Dakota State University Ghavami, Farhad, North Dakota State University P08016

“sisters-in-science”: a pipeline to increase minorities in sTEM
Presenter: Moreira, Cristina Drummond, Bennett College, cmoreira@bennett.edu P08022

P08021

do collaborative exams affect future individual test performance?

interdisciplinary Plant Group (iPG)

Presenter: Archer, Kathleen, Trinity College, kathleen. archer@trincoll.edu

Presenter: Bryan, Victoria, University of Missouri, Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG), bryanvj@missouri.edu Sharp, Robert, University of Missouri, Division of Plant Sciences and IPG

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P08023

Teaching plant biology through research: the freshman research initiative at The university of Texas at Austin

Presenter: Clark, Greg, University of Texas at Austin, gbclark@uts.cc.utexas.edu Simmons, Sarah, University of Texas at Austin Shear, Ruth, University of Texas at Austin Roux, Stan, University of Texas at Austin P08024

Poster 09 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Abiotic stress
P09001

using bryophytes to examine photosynthesis in an undergraduate plant physiology lab environment

Chemical genetics uncovers rapid downregulation of abscisic acid signaling network by a type iii effector signaling pathway

Presenter: Galloway , Cynthia, Texas A&M UniversityKingsville, Cynthia.Galloway@tamuk.edu Cobb , Courtney, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Cruz , Christine, Texas A&M University-Kingsville P08025

Middle school outreach programs: “shadow a scientist” and “Present your Ph.d. thesis to a 12-year-old”

Presenter: Clark, Greg, University of Texas at Austin, gbclark@uts.cc.utexas.edu Russell, Josh, University of Texas at Austin Enyeart, Peter, University of Texas at Austin Wessel , Aimee, University of Texas at Austin Jarmoskaite, Inga, University of Texas at Austin Lewis, Marsha, University of Texas at Austin Meyerson , Nicholas, University of Texas at Austin Polioudakis, Damon, University of Texas at Austin Stacy, Apollo, University of Texas at Austin Tasneem, Tania, Austin Independent School District Simmons, Sarah, University of Texas at Austin Roux, Stan, University of Texas at Austin P08026

development of a website documenting a flatbed scanner-based method for highresolution image capture of the root gravitropic response of Arabidopsis

Presenter: Schroeder, Julian, University of California San Diego, jischroe@biomail.ucsd.edu Schroeder, Julian, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Kim, Tae-Houn, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Hauser, Felix, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Kunz, Henning, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Ha, Tracy, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Xue, Shaowu, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Böhmer, Maik, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Nishimura, Noriyuki, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Hubbard, Katharine, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Peine, Nora, Department of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Max-Planck Institute Lee, Stephen, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Robert, Nadia, Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, San Diego Parker, Jane, Department of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Max-Planck Institute P09002

Presenter: Smith, Halie, Doane College, halie.smith@ doane.edu Guy, Tracy, Doane College Niewohner, Devon, Doane College Merithew, Sarah, Doane College Dewey, Grant, Doane College Longo, Autumn, Doane College Pieper, Jordan, Doane College Durham Brooks, Tessa, Doane College

A systems approach to elucidate the effects of water-deficit stress on fatty acid metabolism and protein synthesis during peanut seed development
Presenter: Kottapalli, Kameswara Rao, Texas Tech University, rao.kottapalli@ttu.edu Zabet-Moghaddam, Masoud Zabet-Moghaddam, Texas Tech University San Francisco, Susan, Texas Tech University Payton, Paxton, USDA-ARS, Lubbock, TX

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Poster 09 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Abiotic stress
P09003

functional characterization of the Abfs and Cbfs in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)
Presenter: Kerr, Tyson, Oklahoma State University, tyson.kerr@okstate.edu Lee, Joohyun, Texas Tech University Abdelmageed, Haggag, Oklahoma State University Payton, Paxton, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems Laboratory Hozain, Moh’d, Texas Tech University Allen, Randy, Oklahoma State University P09008

P09007

The genomic basis of adaptation to climate in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Des Marais, David, The University of Texas at Austin, evodaveo@mail.utexas.edu Lasky, Jesse, The University of Texas at Austin McKay, John, Colorado State University Richards, James, The University of California at Davis Keitt, Timothy, The University of Texas at Austin Juenger, Thomas, The University of Texas at Austin P09004

heat stress response in peanut: Physiology, transcript and metabolic profiling of two contrasting mini core accessions

increased seed dormancy and preharvest sprouting tolerance in aba hypersensitive mutants of wheat (triticum aestivum l.)
Presenter: Steber, Camille M., USDA-ARS, csteber@wsu.edu Schramm, Elizabeth, Washington State University Martinez, Shantel, Washington State University Garland-Campbell, Kimberly, USDA-ARS P09005

Presenter: Payton, Paxton, USDA-ARS, ppaytonmail@ gmail.com Kottapalli, Kameswara, Texas Tech University Puppala, Naveen, New Mexico State University Mahan, James, USDA-ARS Tissue, David, University of Western Sydney

role of a novel AbA/stress regulated highly proline-rich glycoprotein with Px1Px2 motifs in mediating root growth in rice
Presenter: Tseng, I-Chieh, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, beatrice@gate. sinica.edu.tw Hong, Chwan-Yang, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University Ho, Tuan-hua David, Department of Biology, Washington University P09010

P09009

The role of Ca2+ signaling in the molecular response to abiotic stress: Ca2+ cross-talks between gravistimulation and anaerobic stress in Arabidosis
Presenter: Choi, Won-Gyu, UW-Madison, wgchoi@wisc.edu Miller, Amanda, UW-Madison Gilroy, Simon, UW-Madison P09006

role of Tfiib4 a general transcription factor in Arabidopsis thaliana under different stress conditions
Presenter: Miranda, Antonio, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos, miranda.rios1.6180@gmail. com P09011

Global gene expression analysis of brachypodium distachyon in response to cold, drought, salt, and heat stresses

Presenter: Fox, Samuel E, Oregon State University, samuelefox@gmail.com Murray, Jessica, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Priest, Henry, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Dharmawardhana, Palitha, Oregon State University Mockler, Todd, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Jaiswal, Pankaj, Oregon State University

field testing of transgenic cotton expressing Arabidopsis aba insensitive5 and b3-domain related to abi3/viviparous1 (rav) transcription factors
Presenter: Rock, Chris, Texas Tech University,

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chris.rock@ttu.edu MIttal, Amandeep, Texas Tech University Jiang, Ying-wen, Texas Tech University Jia, Fan, Texas Tech University Mallick, Sayani, Texas Tech University Payton, Paxton, USDA Plant Stress and Germplasm Lab, Lubbock Ritchie, Glen, Texas Tech University Burke, John, USDA Plant Stress and Germplasm Lab, Lubbock P09012

Transcriptomic studies of rice cultivars with contrasting abiotic stress tolerance
Presenter: LIN, CHIH-CHENG, Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center, Academia Sinica, orca@gate.sinica.edu.tw Lin, Chih-Cheng, Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center, Academia Sinica Shih, Ming-Che, Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center, Academia Sinica P09016

P09015

The hypoxia responsive transcription factor wrky22 mediates hypoxic responses and innate immunity in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Chen, Wan-Chieh, ABRC, Academia Sinica, wanchiehchen@yahoo.com Hsu, Fu-Chiun, Academia Sinica Chou, Mei-Yi, ABRC, Academia Sinica Peng, Hsiao-Ping, ABRC, Academia Sinica Chou, Shu-Jen, IPMB, Academia Sinica Shih, Ming-Che, ABRC, Academia Sinica P09013

Transcriptional and metabolic insights into the differential physiological responses of Arabidopsis to optimal and supraoptimal atmospheric Co2

host acyl coenzyme a binding protein regulates replication complex assembly and activity of a positive-strand rnA virus
Presenter: Zhang, Jiantao, Texas AgriLife Research Center at Weslaco, jtzhang@me.com Wang, Xiaofeng, Texas AgriLife Research Center at Weslaco P09014

Presenter: Kaplan, Fatma, University of Florida/ Dept. Environmental Horticulture, fkaplan@ufl.edu Kaplan, Fatma, University of Florida Zhao, Wei, MedImmune Popp, Michael, RTI Biologics Richards, Jeffrey, Sustainable Systems Applied Research Wheeler, Raymond, NASA Guy, Charles, University of Florida Levine, Lanfang, Sustainable Systems Applied Research

study of the heat tolerance of transgenic tobacco expressing Aspergillus niger glucose oxidase
Presenter: Cheng, Jung-Yi, Da-Yeh university, alice112569@hotmail.com Zhou, Ying-Li, Da-Yeh university Yu, Chih-Wen, Da-Yeh university Hung, Shu-Hsien, Da-Yeh university Lin, Chin-Ho, National Chung-Hsing University P09018

P09017

Ectopic expression of AtGrxs17 in rice enhances drought and salt tolerance

Presenter: Hu, Ying, Kansas State University, huying@ ksu.edu Jungeun Park, Jungeun, Kansas State University Wu, Qingyu, Kansas State University Sprague, Stuart, Kansas State University Craven, James, Kansas State University Cheng, Ninghui, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine Hirschi, Kendal, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine White, Frank, Department of Pathology, Kansas State University Park, Sunghun, Kansas State University

Corn in deep water: Examination of the molecular responses of maize to flooding
Presenter: Brinton, Erin, UC Riverside, ebrin001@ucr.edu Bailey-Serres, Julia, UC Riverside P09019

Constitutive expression of oryzacystatin in soybean
Presenter: Quain, Marian D, University of Leeds UK, marianquain@hotmail.com

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Poster 09 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Abiotic stress
Matome , Makgopa, University of Pretoria, Department of Plant Sciences Marquez-Garcia, Belen, University of Leeds, Centre for Plant Sciences Kunert , Karl, University of Pretoria, Department of Plant Sciences Foyer, Christine, University of Leeds, Centre for Plant Sciences P09020

Comparative study of secondary metabolites with nutritional values of Crithmum maritimum and inula crithmoides under salinity stress

P09022

Presenter: Myrzabayeva, Malika, Eurasian National University, malika77780@mail.ru

Transcriptome analysis in the resurrection grass sporobolus stapfianus: finding novel ways to improve drought tolerance
Presenter: Espinoza, Catherine G, University of Missouri-Columbia, cathynomberto@hotmail.com Cushman, John, University of Nevada Schlauch, Karen, University of Nevada Payton, Paxton, USDA-ARS, Cropping Systems Research Laboratory Sharp, Robert, University of Missouri Oliver, Melvin, USDA-ARS-MWA, Plant Genetics Research Unit P09025

P09024

Micror828 regulates lignin and h2o2 accumulation in sweet potato upon wounding
Presenter: Lin, Jeng-Shane, National Taiwan University, r95b42004@ntu.edu.tw Lin, Chih-Ching, National Taiwan University Lin, Hsin-Hung, National Taiwan University Jeng, Shih-Tong, National Taiwan University P09021

Establishing the interaction and phosphorylation of the Arabidopsis AbC transporter Atwbc19 by Caseine Kinase 2
Presenter: Ayalew, Mentewab, Spelman College, mayalew@spelman.edu Williams, Danielle, Spelman College Hardy, Raven, Spelman College Elston, Brianna, Spelman College Hodges, La’Mayah, Spelman College Scott, Kadria, Spelman College Burris, Nijah, Spelman College Ayalew, Mentewab, Spelman College P09026

Expression of sluPb1 is important for pollen germination of tomato

Presenter: Shen, Yu-Hsing, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University, b_88206012@yahoo.com.tw Chen, Yu-Huei, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University Chiang, Fang-Yi, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University Liu, Hao-Yun, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University Wang, Yi-Chieh, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University Hou, Liang-Yu, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University Jeng, Shih-Tong, Institute Of Plant Biology/ National Taiwan University

functional analysis of a mir2119 in legumes in response to water deficit

Presenter: De la Rosa, Carlos, Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM, cdlarosa@ibt.unam.mx Sosa, Guadalupe, Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM Contreras-Cubas, Cecilia, IBT-UNAM Covarrubias, Alejandra A., Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM Reyes, Jose L., Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM

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AtErf71/hrE2 transcription factor mediates osmotic stress response as well as hypoxia response in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Lee, Eun-Hye, Pusan National University, eunhyelee_@naver.com Seok, Hye-Yeon, Pusan National University Lee, Sun-Young, Pusan National University Woo, Dong-Hyuk, Pusan National University Park, Hee-Yeon, Pusan National University Moon, Yong-Hwan, Pusan National University P09028

identification and characterization of a t-snare domain protein and a rna-binding protein genes involved in osmotic stress response in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Moon, Yong-Hwan, Pusan National University, moonyh@pusan.ac.kr Woo, Dong-Hyuk, Pusan National University Tarte, Vaishali, Pusan National University Le, Dinh Huan, Pusan National University Jang, Beom Jin, Busan Science High School Lee, Kyoung Hoon, Busan Science High School Kim, Jun Hee, Busan Science High School Park, Ji Eon, Busan Science High School Kang, Ock Hwa, Busan Science High School Lee, Sun-Young, Pusan National University P09033

P09032

A dual regulatory role of Arabidopsis Edr1 in Er stress and defense responses
Presenter: Serrano , Irene, Indiana University, iserrano@indiana.edu Innes, Roger, Indiana University P09029

Analysis of two non-conserved micrornAs of Phaseolus vulgaris and their function during drought stress
Presenter: Sosa-Valencia, Guadalupe, Instituto De Biotecnologia-Unam, amundsen@Ibt.unam.mx Covarrubias, Alejandra A, Instituto De Biotecnologia-Unam Reyes, Jose Luis, Instituto De Biotecnologia-Unam

Models for the mechanism in CCsindependent activation pathway

Presenter: Jinn, Tsung-Luo, National Taiwan University, jinnt@ntu.edu.tw Huang, Chien-Hsun, National Taiwan University Kuo, Wen-Yu, National Taiwan University P09034

Comparative effects of high temperature and high light in the genus boechera
Presenter: Simonetti, Nicole, San Diego State University, nicole.simonetti@yahoo.com Gallas, Genna, San Diego State University Suguitan, Cristy, San Diego State University Waters, Elizabeth, San Diego State University P09035

study of zea mays lipoxygenases in response to drought stress

P09030

Presenter: Huang, Pei-Cheng, Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, TAMU, masonhuang0208@tamu.edu Yan, Yuanxin, Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, TAMU Kolomiets, Michael, Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, TAMU P09031

dual function of Arabidopsis glutaredoxin AtGrxs16
Presenter: Cheng, Ning-Hui, Baylor College of Medicine, ncheng@bcm.edu Liu, Shi-An, Baylor College of Medicine Liu, Xi, Tsinghua University Avery, Cheryl, Baylor College of Medicine Wang, Xin-quan, Tsinghua University Hirschi , Kendal, Baylor College of Medicine Cheng, Ning-Hui, Baylor College of medicine

Genotype dependent burst of transposable element expression in crowns of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum l.) during cold acclimation
Presenter: Laudencia-Chingcuanco, Debbie, USDAARS, debbie.laudencia@ars.usda.gov Fowler, Brian, University of Saskatchewan

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Poster 09 – Environtmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Abiotic stress
P09036

Poster 10 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: General/integrated
AtGrxs17, an Arabidopsis glutaredoxin, plays conserved roles in adaptation of oxidative and multiple abiotic stresses across different species
P10001

Effect of uv-b radiation on growth and antioxidant response of vaccinium corymbosum l. cultivars

Presenter: Luengo-Escobar, Ana, Programa de Doctorado en Ciencias de Recursos Naturales, UFRO, ana.luengo.escobar@gmail.com Reyes-Diaz, Marjorie, Departamento de Ciencias Químicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO Ribera, Alejandra, BIOREN, UFRO Cartes, Paula, Departamento de Ciencias Quimicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO Acevedo, Patricio, Departamento de Ciencias Físicas, UFRO Duran-Troncoso, Maritza, Doctorado en Ciencias de Recursos Naturales, UFRO Alberdi, Miren, Departamento de Ciencias Quimicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO

Arabidopsis synaptotagminC plays an important role in stomatal closing

P09037

Presenter: Uchiyama, Asako, Cornell University, au44@cornell.edu Zheng, Judy, Cornell University Javia, Parth, Cornell University Lazarowitz, Sondra, Cornell University P09038

Presenter: Wu, Qingyu, Kansas State University, qingyuwu@ksu.edu Park, Jungeun, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U Craven, James, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U Wang, Xiaofei, Statistical Department, Kansas State University Lim, Wansang, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U Hu, Ying, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U Sprague, Stuart, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U Hirschi, Kendal, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine Cheng, Ning-Hui, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicin White, Frank, Department of Plant Pathology, Kansas State University Park, Sunghun, Dept. of Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources, Kansas State U P10002

small compounds regulate scaffold protein rack1 mediated cellular stress signaling pathways in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Ullah, Hemayet, Howard University, hullah@howard.edu Johnson, Takiyah, Howard University Babb, Giavanni, Howard University Rogers, Angel, Howard University Smalls, Deana, Howard University Fennell, Herman, Howard University Basar, Abul, Howard University Kundu, Nabanita, Howard University Dakshanamurthy , Sivanesan, Georgetown University

Threatened vegetations biodiversity in two ramsar site wetlands in Egypt
Presenter: Ghobrial, Mary, National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries, mary_ghobrial@hotmail.com P10003

old dogs, new tricks? A systems approach uncovers important roles for short-root and scarecrow in root morphogenesis and abiotic stress response
Presenter: Cui, Hongchang, Florida State University,

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hcui@bio.fsu.edu Kong, Danyu, Florida State University Hao, Yueling, Florida State University P10004

Gibberellins producing endophyte bioeliciator (Penicillium resedanum) can independently down-regulate Abscisic acid biosynthesis during abiotic stress

Activation of the integrated stress response for enhanced stress resistance and longevity in brachypodium distachyon (l.) beauv
Presenter: Glover-Cutter, Kira Marina, United States Department of Agriculture, Kira.Glover-Cutter@ars.usda.gov Martin, Ruth, United States Department of Agriculture Dombrowski, James, United States Department of Agriculture P10007

P10006

Presenter: Lee, In-Jung, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University, ijlee@knu.ac.kr Khan, Abdul, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Hamayun, Muhammad, Department of Plant Sciences, Abdul Wali Khan University Waqas, Muhammad, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Kim, Duk-Hwan, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Kim, Yoon-Ha, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Kang, Sang-Mo, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Kamran, Muhammad, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University P10005

Arabidopsis touch-induced morphogenesis is asmonate mediated and protects against pests
Presenter: Chehab, E. Wassim, Rice University, ewchehab@rice.edu Yao, Chen, Rice University Henderson, Zachary, Rice University Kim, Se, Rice University Braam, Janet, Rice University P10008

Early development and resistance to abiotic and biotic stressors is affected by phenylalanine pool in young developing plants

An informative set of snP markers for molecular characterization of soybean germplasm for shoot ureide concentrations
Presenter: DHANAPAL, ARUN PRABHU, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, dhanapala@missouri.edu P10009

Presenter: Muhammad, Durre, University of Illinois, dmuham2@uic.edu Mezzich, Raquel, University of Illinois at Chicago Jones, Douglas, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Niblack, Terry, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Reuter-Carlson, Ursula, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Hartman, Glen, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Kaufman, Lon, University of Illinois at Chicago Sullivan, Joseph, University of Maryland Baek, Jennifer, University of Illinois at Chicago Hernandez deLuna, Michael, University of Illinois at Chicago Warpeha, Katherine, University of Illinois at Chicago

A roadmap of apical bud formation in white spruce

Presenter: Cooke, Janice, University of Alberta, janice. cooke@ualberta.ca El Kayal, Walid, University of Alberta Pelgas, Betty, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service Zaharia, L., Plant Biotechnology Institute, National Research Council of Canada Carles, Sylvie, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service Abrams, Suzanne, Plant Biotechnology Institute, National Research Council of Canada Isabel, Nathalie, Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service

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P10010

increased tolerance to fungal pathogens in transgenic tobacco expressing Aspergillus glucose oxidase
Presenter: Zhou, Ying-Li, Da-Yeh University, f9861026@mail.dyu.edu.tw Hung, Shu-Hsien, Da-Yeh University Yu, Chih-Wen, Da-Yeh University Cheng, Jung-Yi, Da-Yeh University Lin, Chin-Ho, National Chung-Hsing University P10011

P10013

identifying the biochemical and molecular components of plant primary stress response networks
Presenter: Benn, Geoffrey, UC Davis, gkbenn@ucdavis.edu Dehesh, Katayoon, UC Davis

Potential interactions between abscisic acid and shade avoidance responses in Arabidopsis thaliana

Poster 11 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: light
P11001

Presenter: Kim, Byung-hoon, Albany State University, bkim@asurams.edu Brownlee, Shemeka, Albany State University Cannon, Adrian, Albany State University King, Corbin, Albany State University P10012

A genetic screen identifying mutations which suppress the phenotype of a putative e3 ubiquitin-ligase mutant which is red light hypersensitive

A coordinated regulation between hormonal, abiotic and biotic stress responses in sugarcane as revealed by transcriptional profiling and phenotyping

Presenter: Damaj, Mona B., Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology, mbdamaj@ag.tamu.edu Beremand, Phillip, Texas A&M University, Department of Biology Jifon, John, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Horticultural Sciences Beyene, Getu, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Silva, Marcelo, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Faculty of Agronomic Sciences Park-Kang, Hyun, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Carvalho, Denise, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Rossi, Denise, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Reyna, Antonio, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology Thomas, Terry, Texas A&M University, Department of Biology Mirkov, T. Erik, Texas AgriLife Research, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology

Presenter: Sunde, Gavin, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, sundegr@uwec.edu Gingerich, Derek, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Christians, Matthew, University of WisconsinWhitewater Vierstra, Richard, University of Wisconsin-Madison Lauer, Timothy, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Montpetit, Jordan, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire P11002

bilins are necessary for the transition to photoautotrophic growth in Chlamydomonas

Presenter: Duanmu, Deqiang, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California Davis, dduanmu@ucdavis.edu Rockwell, Nathan, University of California, Davis Dent, Rachel, University of California, Berkeley Niyogi, Krishna, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California Berkeley Yang, Wenqiang, Department of Plant Biology,Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford Grossman, Arthur, Department of Plant Biology,Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford Lagarias, Clark, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California, Davis

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P11003

identification of factors involved in the degradation of Pif1 through the luminescent imaging system

Sun, Mei, Northeast Forestry University Lan, Xingguo, Northeast Forestry University Kawabata, Saneyuki, Tokyo University

Presenter: Zhu, Ling, University of Texas at Austin, lingzhu@utexas.edu Zhu, Ling, University of Texas at Austin Huq, Enamul, University of Texas at Austin P11004

identification of novel candidate genes involved in signaling or chloroplast movement

P11009

Arabidopsis bzip transcription factor 16 integrates light and hormone signaling pathways to regulate early seedling development

Presenter: Hsieh, Wen-Ping, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, tina1103@gate.sinica.edu.tw Hsieh, Hsu-Liang, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University Wu, Shu-Hsing, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology P11005

Presenter: Sattarzadeh, Amirali, Cornell University Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics, as825@cornell.edu Owen , Thomas, Cornell University Department of Plant Science Hanson, Maureen, Cornell University Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics P11010

basis of plant growth promotion by cryptochromes in response to shade signals
Presenter: Pedmale, Ullas V, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, upedmale@salk.edu Cole, Benjamin, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Hetzel, Jonathan, Salk Institute for Biological Studies Chory, Joanne, Salk Institute for Biological Studies and HHMI P11011

hEMErA mediates photomorphogenesis by regulating the accumulation of phytochrome-interacting factors

Presenter: Li, Meina, Department of Biology/Duke University, ml114@duke.edu Galvão, Rafaelo, Department of Biology/Duke University Buskirk, Elise, Department of Biology/Duke University Chen, Meng, Department of Biology/Duke University P11006

A MAds-box transcription factor induced by blue light can regulate lycopene accumulation in tomato fruit

Plastidic atypical kinases AtAbC1K1 and AtAbC1K3 are putative metabolic regulators necessary for proper light stress acclimation in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Lundquist, Peter K, Cornell University, pkl5@cornell.edu Poliakov, Anton, Cornell University McQuinn, Ryan, Cornell University van Wijk, Klaas, Cornell University P11007

Presenter: Hsieh, Hsu-Liang, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University, hlhsieh@ntu.edu.tw Wu, Jin-Long, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University Tseng, Yu-Yuan, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University Lee, Te-Cheng, Institute of Plant Biology, National Taiwan University P11012

The expression of genes involved in light induced anthocyanin biosynthesis

Combined effect of uv-b radiation and nitrogen fertilization on physiological and biochemical responses of vaccinium corymbosum l. Cultivars.

Presenter: Li, Yuhua, Northeast Forestry University, lyhshen@126.com Zhou, Bo, Northeast Forestry University Wang, Yu, Northeast Forestry University

Presenter: Duran-Troncoso, Maritza, Programa de Doctorado en Ciencias de Recursos Naturales, UFRO, maryduran21@gmail.com Reyes-Diaz, Marjorie, Departamento de Ciencias Químicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO Ribera, Alejandra, BIOREN, UFRO

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Poster 11 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: light
Cartes, Paula, Departamento de Ciencias Químicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO Acevedo, Patricio, Departamento de Ciencias Físicas, UFRO Luengo-Escobar, Ana, Programa de Doctorado en Ciencias de Recursos Naturales, UFRO Yañez-Mansilla, Erwin, Programa de Doctorado en Ciencias de Recursos Naturales, UFRO Alberdi, Miren, Departamento de Ciencias Químicas y Recursos Naturales, UFRO Presenter: Geisler-Lee, Jane, Department of Plant Biology_Southern Illinois University Carbondale, geislerlee@plant.siu.edu Wang, Qiang, Southern Illinois University Yao, Ying, Georgia Institute of Technology Zhang, Wen, Georgia Institute of Technology Geisler, Matt, Southern Illinois Univeristy Carbondale Li, Kungang, Georgia Institute of Technology Huang, Ying, Georgia Institute of Technology Chen, Yongsheng, Georgia Institute of Technology Kolmakov, Andrei, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Ma, Xingmao, Southern Illinois Univeristy Carbondale P12004

A comparison of root iron uptake rates in Carya aquatica and Carya illinoinensis

Poster 12 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: salt/ Metal/nutrients
P12001

Presenter: Kroh, Gretchen E, St. Edward’s University, gkroh@stedwards.edu Grauke, Larry, USDA-ARS Pecan Breeding & Genetics Grusak, Michael, USDA-ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center, Department of Pediatric

Evaluation of phytoremediation potential of six wild plants for metal in a site polluted by industrial wastes: A field study in riyadh, saudi Arabia
Presenter: Ibrahim, Mohamed Mohamed, King Saud University, m_ibramim2004@yahoo.com Alshinifi , Abdul Aziz, King Saud University ElGaaly, Gehan, King Saud University P12002

Expressing nCznT1 and nCzTP1 from noccaea (thlaspi) caerulescens enhance zn and Cd tolerance and accumulation in nicotiana tabacum

P12005

Presenter: Hassan, Zeshan, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen, The Netherlands, zeshan.hassan@wur.nl Schat, Henk, Vrije University Amsterdam Cuypers, Ann, Hasselt University Vangronsveld, Jaco, Hasselt University Aarts, Mark, Wageningen University and Reseacrh Centre P12006

silicon Accumulation as a defenseAssociated response in the inducible Accumulator nicotiana tabacum

A spatiotemporal understanding of the salt stress response
Presenter: Dinneny, Jose, Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Plant Biology, dinneny@stanford.edu P12007

Presenter: Zellner, Wendy L., The University of Toledo, wlreiner@hotmail.com Leisner, Scott, The University of Toledo Frantz, Jonathan, USDA-ARS P12003

Phytotoxicity, accumulation and transport of silver nanoparticles by Arabidopsis thaliana

negative regulatory roles of cytokinins and cytokinin signaling in response to potassium deficiency in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Shin, Ryoung, RIKEN Plant Science Center, rshin@psc.riken.jp

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Nam, Youn-Jeong, RIKEN Plant Science Center Tran, Lam-Son Phan, RIKEN Plant Science Center Kojima, Mikiko, RIKEN Plant Science Center Sakakibara, Hitoshi, RIKEN Plant Science Center Nishiyama, Rie, RIKEN Plant Science Center P12008 Presenter: Muñoz Sanchez, Jose A, Centro De Investigacion Cientifica De Yucatan A.C., arms@cicy.mx Muñoz-Sanchez, Jose, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan Cab-Guillen, Yahaira, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan Hernandez-Sotomayor, Teresa, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan P12012

MuG data and GfP fusion (native promoter) analysis suggests that Am244 from Avicennia marina shows a tissue specific response to varying salt regimes

Presenter: Chidambaram, Rajalakshmi, M S Swaminathan Research Foundation, raji.rc@gmail.com Venkataraman, Gayatri, M.S.Swaminathan Research Foundation Parida, Ajay, M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation P12009

selection of a mutant nicotianamine synthase 1 allele in a natural noccaea caerulescens population

Comparison of metal tolerance mechanisms between non-accumulator and hyperaccumulator plant species in the brassicaceae plant family

Presenter: Persans, Michael W, University of Texas Pan American, mpersans@utpa.edu Ruiz, Florestella, University of Texas Pan American Into, Fritzie, University of Texas Pan American Garza, Elyssa, University of Texas Pan American Cerino, Yessica, University of Texas Pan American Yang, Amery, University of Texas Pan American Lo, Michelle, University of Texas Pan American Bunagan, Jennifer, University of Texas Pan American Hernandez, Heather, University of Texas Pan American Parsons, Jason, University of Texas Pan American P12010

Presenter: Lin, Ya-Fen, Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen University, yafen.lin0725@gmail.com Loon, Joop van, Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen University Schmidt, Holger, Department of Plant Physiology, University of Bayreuth Schat, Henk, Ecology and Physiology of Plants, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam Clemens, Stephan, Department of Plant Physiology, University of Bayreuth Mortel, Judith van de, Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen University Aarts, Mark G.M., Laboratory of Genetics, Wageningen University P12014

ub/26s proteasome-dependent proteolysis enhances cadmium tolerance by removing Cd-damaged proteins in tobacco and Arabidopsis
Presenter: Hwang, Seongbin, Sejong University, sbhwang@sejong.ac.kr P12015

Molecular Mechanisms of Crop Adaptation To Acid soils
Presenter: Kochian, Leon, USDA-ARS, Cornell University, Leon.Kochian@ars.usda.gov Magalhaes, Jurandir, Embrapa Maize and Sorghum Liu, Jiping, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Piñeros, Miguel, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Maron, Lyza, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Shaff, Jon, USDA-ARS, Cornell University Guimaraes, Claudia, Embrapa Maize and Sorghum P12011

Extracellular ATP signaling is mediated by h2o2 and cytosolic Ca2+ in salt response of Populus euphratica cells

regulatory effect of salicylic acid in response to aluminum toxicity in plants suspension cells

Presenter: Chen, Shaoliang, Beijing Forestry University (Box 162), Lschen@bjfu.edu.cn Sun, Jian, Beijing Forestry University Zhang, Xuan, Beijing Forestry University Deng, Shurong, Beijing Forestry University Wang, Meijuan, Beijing Forestry University Zhang, Chunlan, Beijing Forestry University Ding, Mingquan, Beijing Forestry University Shen, Xin, Beijing Forestry University

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Poster 12 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: salt/ Metal/nutrients
P12016

hPs4/sAbrE antagonistically interacts with ethylene signaling to regulate plant responses to phosphate starvation

P12019

Presenter: Liu, Dong, Tsinghua University, liu-d@mail. tsinghua.edu.cn P12020

The ‘fungicide’ phosphite and its effects on plant metabolism and gene expression

Presenter: Jost, Ricarda, The University of Western Australia, ricarda.jost@uwa.edu.au Jost, Ricarda, The University of Western Australia Pharmawati, Made, Biology Department, Udayana University Campus Bukit Berkowitz, Oliver, Murdoch University Arvidsson, Samuel, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Sulpice, Ronan, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Giavalisco, Patrick, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Pearse, Stuart, The University of Western Australia Stitt, Mark, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Lambers, Hans, The University of Western Australia Scheible, Wolf, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Finnegan, Patrick, The University of Western Australia P12017

Wheat grain yield on saline soils is improved by an ancestral sodium transporter gene

Presenter: Gilliham, Matthew, University of Adelaide, matthew.gilliham@adelaide.edu.au Xu, Bo, University of Adelaide James, Richard, CSIRO Hrmova, Maria, Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics Munns, Rana, CSIRO P12021

The absorption of heavy metals in tobacco reduced by proline catabolism
Presenter: Chen, Chien-teh, National Taiwan University, cc41@cornell.edu Hu, Chi-Chieh, National Taiwan University P12022

dissection of Arabidopsis CPl1 function in iron deficiency responses

how does transceptor Chl1 detect the concentration and temporal changes of nitrate?
Presenter: Tsay, Yi-Fang, institute of Molecular Biology, yftsay@gate.sinica.edu.tw Lin, Shan-Hua, IMB, Academia Sinica Ho, Cheng-Hsun, IMB, Academia Sinica P12018

Presenter: Aksoy, Emre, MEPS, Texas A&M University, emrebiot1@neo.tamu.edu Koiwa, Hisashi, MEPS, Texas A&M University P12023

Arabidopsis thaliana MrP1 (AtAbCC1) is a vacuolar antifolate transporter and contribute to heavy metal stress tolerance

Presenter: Raichaudhuri, Ayan, University of Calcutta, India, ayan123@gmail.com P12024

osrACK1 negatively regulates salt tolerance of rice (oryza sativa)

Presenter: Liang, Jiansheng, Yangzhou University, jsliang@yzu.edu.cn Li, Dahong, Yangzhou University Zhang, Dongping, Yangzhou University

Analysis of metallothionein (MT)-deficient Arabidopsis plants demonstrates MTs are involved in Cu homeostasis but not in metal tolerance
Presenter: Yookongkaew, Nimnara, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue University, nyookong@purdue.edu Benatti, Matheus, Purdue University

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Goldsbrough, Peter, Purdue University P12025 P12030

Characterization of plant high-affinity phosphate transporters and their role in phosphate and arsenate uptake in Arabidopsis thaliana

identification of amino acid sequence variation in ziP3 and ziP5 metal transporters isolated from natural populations of Medicago truncatula

Presenter: Batista, Elena, Louisiana State University, e_jbatista@hotmail.com DiTusa, Sandra, Louisiana State University Smith, Aaron, Louisiana State University P12026

Presenter: Stephens, Brian W, University of HoustonClear Lake, stephensb@uhcl.edu Grusak, Michael, USDA-ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center, BCM Mills, W, University of Houston-Clear Lake

Comparative study of secondary metabolites with nutritional values of Crithmum maritimum and inula crithmoides under salinity stress

Presenter: Myrzabayeva, Malika, Eurasian National University, malika77780@mail.ru Moshe, Sagi, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Ventura, Yvonne, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Omarov, Rustem, Eurasian National University P12027

Poster 13 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Temperature
P13001

The circadian clock regulates plant growth response to high temperature pulses
Presenter: Tran, Huy Duc, University of California, Davis, hdtran@ucdavis.edu Nozue, Kazunari, University of California, Davis Maloof, Julin, University of California, Davis P13002

functional analysis of heavy metal atpase from nicotiana tabacum

Presenter: Hermand, Victor, INRA Montpellier, victor. hermand@gmail.com Hermand, Victor, INRA Montpellier Gosti, Françoise, CNRS - Montpellier Julio, Emilie, Institut du Tabac de Bergerac Dorlhac, François, Institut du Tabac de Bergerac Berthomieu, Pierre, Supagro - Montpellier P12028

lsnCEd4 is essential for thermoinhibition of lettuce seed germination, but is not required for plant stress tolerance
Presenter: Huo, Heqiang, University of CaliforniaDavis, heqianghuo@gmail.com Dahal, Peetamber, University of California-Davis Zuchi, Jacson, University of California-Davis Yoong, Fei-Yian, University of California-Davis Bradford, Kent, University of California-Davis P13003

The secreted purple acid phosphatases AtPAP12 and AtPAP26 play a pivotal role in extracellular phosphate-scavenging by Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Plaxton, William C., Queen’s Univ., plaxton@queensu.ca Robinson, Whitney, Queen’s University McKnight, Thomas, Texas A & M University Tran, Hue, Oncolytics Biotech P12029

CyClin d3;2 is cleaved in a diCErdependent manner at a conserved sequence site in the 5’uTr in response to cold
Presenter: Horvath, David David, USDA-ARS, david. horvath@ars.usda.gov P13004

The cation-chloride cotransporter AtCCC regulates potassium uptake in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Ueda, Akihiro, Hiroshima University, akiueda@hiroshima-u.ac.jp Yahagi, Hiroyuki, Hiroshima University Saneoka, Hirofumi, Hiroshima University

heat reduces nitric oxide (no) production required for no- and hormone-directed fate determination in cultured nicotiana glauca guard cell protoplasts
Presenter: Tallman, Gary, Willamette University, gtallman@willamette.edu

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Poster 13 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Temperature
Beard, Robert, Willamette University Anderson, David, University of Utah Research Center, Iwate University, tktnakayama@gmail.com Takahashi, Daisuke, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Iwate University Kawamura, Yukio, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Iwate University Rahman, Abidur, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Iwate University Uemura, Matsuo, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Iwate University

identification of the Mbf1 heat-response regulon of Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Suzuki, Nobuhiro, University of North Texas, nsjoinlu@gmail.com Sejima, Hiroe, University of Nevada, Reno Tam, Rachel, University of Nevada, Reno Schlauch, Karen, University of Nevada, Reno Mittler, Ron, University of North Texas P13006 Presenter: Hua, Jian, Cornell University, jh299@cornell.edu Mang, Hyung-gon, Cornell University Qian, Weiqiang, Cornell University Zhu, Ying, Cornell University Kang, Hong-Gu, BTI Qian, Jun, Cornell University Klessig, Daniel, BTI P13007

P13005

Comparative proteomic analysis of cold sweetening tolerant and susceptible potato tubers in response to cold storage
Presenter: Gupta, Sanjay K, University of Idaho, sanjay_guptaji@hotmail.com Gupta, Sanjay, University of Idaho Chakraborty, Niranjan, National Institute of Plant Genome Research Agarwal, Lalit, National Institute of Plant Genome Research P13010

P13009

Temperature modultion of plant defense responses

Effects of low temperature on growth and photosynthesis in brassicaceae
Presenter: Prinzenberg, Aina E., Wageningen UR, aina.prinzenberg@wur.nl Snel, Jan, Wageningen UR van der Schoor, Rob, Wageningen UR Harbinson, Jeremy, Wageningen UR Aarts, Mark, Wageningen UR P13011

Proteomic approaches for analyzing responsiveness of glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored proteins to cold acclimation in oat and rye
Presenter: Takahashi, Daisuke, Iwate University, daisuketakahashi0303@gmail.com Yamashita, Tetsuro, Iwate University Kawamura, Yukio, Iwate University Uemura, Matsuo, Iwate University P13008

Elevated gene expression prior to cold exposure correlates with increased freezing tolerance in strawberry (fragaria x ananassa) cultivars

Comparable plasma membrane proteomics of brachypodium distachyon with two cereals (oat and rye) in association with cold acclimation
Presenter: Nakayama, Takato, Cryobiofrontier

Presenter: Koehler, Gage, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, kgk@iupui.edu Rohloff, Jens, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Wilson, Robert, Hedmark University College Winge, Per, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Sønsteby, Anita, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural & Environmental Research Alsheikh, Muath, Graminor Breeding Ltd. Randall, Stephen, Indiana University-Purdue University

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at Indianapolis P13012

Mutation of eif5b results in loss of thermotolerance in Arabidopsis

regulon down regulated with cold acclimation achieves cell quiescence and confers freeze survival
Presenter: Sutton, Fedora, South Dakota State University, fedora.sutton@sdstate.edu Karki, Amrit, South Dakota State University P13018

P13017

Presenter: Peng, Huiru, University of Massachusetts; China Agricultural University, huiru@biochem.umass.edu Gaikwad , Kishor, Indian Agricultural Research Institute Lee, Ung, University of Arizona Carroll, Joseph T, University of Arizona Vierling, Elizabeth, University of Massachusetts P13013

iTrAQ Proteomic and Phosphoproteomic profiling of the maize cold-stressed leaf microsomes
Presenter: Campos, Edgar Igor, San Diego State University, e.igorcamp@gmail.com Shen, Zhouxin, UCSD Briggs, Steven, UCSD Chen, Wenqiong, SDSU P13019

Two lEA homologues, retain a protein protective capacity in solution or when immobilized

Presenter: Lloyd, Taylor D., University of Kentucky, taylor.d.lloyd@gmail.com Schäfermeyer, Kim, University of Kentucky Downie, A., University of Kentucky P13014

non-specific Phospholipase C is involved in response of Arabidopsis to heat stress
Presenter: Krckova, Zuzana, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, cajdza@seznam.cz Martinec, Jan, IEB AS CR, v. v. i. Valentova, Olga, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague P13020

The early development of Arabidopsis in blue and red light and low pressure during clino-rotation
Presenter: Taylor, Jim, Ouachita Baptist University, taylorj@obu.edu Crump, Nicholas, Ouachita Baptist University Pennington, David, Ouachita Baptist University Taylor, Jim, Ouachita Baptist University P13015

Comparative analyses of temporal transcript profiles of mungbean seedlings in response to chilling stress

Phage display: An approach to identify late embryogenesis abundant (lEA) interacting proteins
Presenter: Kushwaha, Rekha, University of Kentucky, kushwaharekha@gmail.com Lloyd, Taylor, University of Kentucky Schäfermeyer, Kim, University of Kentucky Kumar, Santosh, University of Kentucky Downie, Bruce, University of Kentucky P13016

Presenter: Chen, Li-Ru, Dept. of Hort. and Biotechnol./ Chinese Culture Univ., clr2@faculty.pccu. edu.tw Lin, Chia-Hui, Dept. Life Sci. and Inst. Bioinfo. Struct. Biol/ Natl. Tsing Hua Univ. Lin, Tsai-Yun, Dept. Life Sci. and Inst. Bioinfo. Struct. Biol/ Natl. Tsing Hua Univ.

Gene regulatory networks for wheat genotype-dependent effects of cold temperatures

Analysis of the expression of heat shock protein genes in boechera sparsiflora, boechera pulchra, and boechera depauperata when exposed to heat stress

P13021

Presenter: Halter, Gillian, San Diego State University, gillian48@gmail.com P13022

Presenter: Lu, Chungui, University of Nottingham, Chungui.Lu@nottingham.ac.uk Giles, Tom, University of Nottingham

responsiveness of soybean Cbf and Cor genes to cold stress

Presenter: Yamasaki, Yuji, Indiana University Purdue

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Poster 13 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Temperature
University, Indianapolis, yujyamas@iupui.edu Randall, Stephen, Indana Univ Purdue Univ Indianapolis P13023

Clocked responses to drought stress across brassica rapa recombinant genotypes

P14002

Cytokinins increase flower fertility and fruit set under non-permissive high temperatures
Presenter: Salzman, Ron, Stoller / TAMU, ra-salzman@tamu.edu Beem, Lance, Stoller Liptay, Albert, Stoller Stoller, Jerry, Stoller P13024

Presenter: Guadagno, Carmela Rosaria, University of Wyoming, cguadagn@uwyo.edu Ewers, Brent, University of Wyoming, Program in Ecology Weining, Cynthia, University of Wyoming, Program in Ecology, MCLS Department Aston, Timothy L., University of Wyoming, Program in Ecology Traver, Elizabeth, University of Wyoming Kenneaster, Kaleb, University of Wyoming Buerke, Paul, University of Wyoming DeVore, Stanley, University of Wyoming Strawn, Rachel, University of Wyoming Hamann, Margo, University of Wyoming P14003

lack of protective proteins and autophagy may be associated with recalcitrant seed death in spartina alterniflora
Presenter: Wang, Yi, Louisiana State University, ywang17@lsu.edu Chen, Zhi-Yuan, Louisiana State University Hasan, Azeem, Louisiana State University Cohn, Marc, Louisiana State University P14004

identifying high temperature-sensitive processes during grain filling of rice
Presenter: Lur, Huu-Sheng, Department of Agronomy, National Taiwan University, lurhs@ntu.edu.tw Li, Chia-Yu, Department of Agronomy, National Taiwan University

Poster 14 – Environmental stress and Adaption to stress subcategory: Water
P14001

Water-deficit inducible expression of a cytokinin biosynthetic gene iPT in cotton improves drought tolerance

study on domestic common bean cultivars and lines adapted to the mountain zone
Presenter: Aytasheva, Zaure G., Kazakh National University, zaure.aitasheva@kaznu.kz Baiseyitova, Sandygul, Kazakh National University Rysbekova, Ayman, Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology Polimbetova, Fatima, Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology

Presenter: Mishra, Neelam, Texas Tech University, neelam.mishra@ttu.edu Kuppu, Sundaram, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA 9561 Qin, Hua, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, Chengdu, Sichuan Provinc Gu, Qiang, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Sun, Li, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Zhu, Xunlu, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Shen, Guoxin, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province Blumwald, Eduardo, Department of Plant Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA 9561 Payton, Paxton, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems

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systems level dissection of yield and drought stress response in rice

P14009

Elevated atmospheric Co2 impacts on root depth distribution, abscisic acid signaling and stomatal response to drought in field grown soybean
Presenter: Gray, Sharon B, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, sbgray@illinois.edu Puthuval, Kannan, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Strellner, Reid, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Leakey, Andrew, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign P14006

Presenter: Pereira, Andy, University of Arkansas, apereira@uark.edu Krishnan, Arjun, Virginia Tech Ambavaram, Madana, Virginia Tech Batlang, Utlwang, Virginia Tech Baisakh, Niranjan, LSU AgCenter P14011

Evidence for polarity of membrane water transport for in-situ epidermal cells of Tradescantia virginiana
Presenter: Shackel, Ken, UC Davis, kashackel@ ucdavis.edu Knipfer, Thorsten, UC Davis Wada, Hiroshi, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO) Matthews, Mark, UC Davis P14012

Growth response of Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris l.) lines to water deficit

Presenter: Van Volkenburgh, Elizabeth, Biology Dept., University of Washington, Seattle, lizvanv@uw.edu Banan, Darshi, University of Washington P14007

Water-deficit specific regulation of gene expression in maize root: mirnAs and transcription factor profiling

Water deficit responses regulated by micrornAs in Phaseolus vulgaris

Presenter: Reyes, Jose L, Dept. Plant Molecular Biology, Instituto de Biotecnologia, UNAM, jlreyes@ibt.unam.mx Contreras-Cubas, Cecilia, Dept. Plant Molecular Biology- Instituto de Biotecnologia, UNAM Li, Yongfang, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Oklahoma State University Sunkar, Ramanjulu, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Oklahoma State University Arteaga, Mario, Universidad Veracruzana Covarrubias, Alejandra, Dept. Plant Molecular Biology- Instituto de Biotecnologia, UNAM

Presenter: Oliver, Melvin J, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit, Mel.Oliver@ars.usda.gov Oliver, Melvin, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit Cho, In-Jeong, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit Riggs, Kara, University of Missouri Lui, Zhijie, COld Spring Harbor Laboratory Sharp, Robert, University of Missouri McMullen, Michael, USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Research Unit P14013

high throughput expression analysis of mirnAs and their targets involved in the water deficit response in vitis vinifera

regulatory mechanisms of snrK1 in sugar starvation signaling for plant stress adaptation
Presenter: Yoo, Sang-Dong, SKKU, sangdong@skku.edu Cho, Younghee, SKKU Hong, Jung Woo, SKKU Kim, Geun-Don, SKKU

P14008

Presenter: Solofoharivelo, Marie Chrystine, Stellenbosch University, mcsolofoh@gmail.com Van der Walt, Anelda, Stellenbosch University Stephan, Dirk, Stellenbosch University McBride, Jo, Centre for Proteomic and Genomic Research Murray, Shane, Centre for Proteomic and Genomic Research Burger, Johan, Stellenbosch University

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P14014

development of desiccation tolerance in suspension-cultured cells of citrus

P14017

Presenter: Sugawara, Yasutake, Saitama University, sugawara@mail.saitama-u.ac.jp Mukae, Kyosuke, Saitama University Hatanaka, Rie, National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences P14018

identification of two Ca2+ transporters involved in both anaerobic and gravity response pathways in Arabidopsis

understanding water stress responses at the systems level in soybean (Glycine max)
Presenter: Tripathi, Prateek, South Dakota State University, prateek.tripathi@sdstate.edu Rabara, Roel, South Dakota State University Reese, Ralph, South Dakota State University Shen, Qingxi, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rushton, Paul, South Dakota State University P14019

Presenter: Miller, Amanda R., UW-Madison Dept of Botany, armiller22@wisc.edu Choi, Won-Gyu, UW-Madison Department of Botany Gilroy, Simon, UW-Madison Department of Botany P14015

The vigna radiata vrdhn1 is a novel y2Ktype dehydrin

Presenter: Lin, Tsai-Yun, National Tsing Hua University, tylin@life.nthu.edu.tw Lin, Chia-Hui, National Tsing Hua University Chen, Li-Ru, Chinese Culture University P14016

Molecular mechanisms responsive to dehydration-stress suggest that global climate change may impact the invasive nature of leafy spurge
Presenter: Dogramaci, Munevver, USDA-ARS, munevver.dogramaci@ars.usda.gov Dogramaci, Munevver, USDA-ARS Foley, Michael, USDA-ARS Chao, Wun, USDA-ARS Anderson, James, USDA-ARS P14020

Miz1-regulated hydrotropism plays an important role in plant growth and yield of Arabidopsis thaliana under water-limited conditions

Presenter: Iwata, Satoru, Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University, iwata@ige.tohoku.ac.jp Miyazawa, Yutaka, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Yamagata University Takahashi, Hideyuki, Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University P14016

Global gene expression in tobacco under water-deficit condition

A metabolic simulation of flooding stress response in soybean based on Anaerobic respiration model

Presenter: Sakata, Katsumi, Maebashi Institute of Technology, ksakata@maebashi-it.ac.jp Katam, Ramesh, Florida A&M University Okumura, Jun, Maebashi Institute of Technology Shirasaka, Naoki, Maebashi Institute of Technology Komatsu, Setsuko, National Institute of Crop Science

Presenter: Rabara, Roel C, Department of Biology and Microbiology/South Dakota State University, rcrabara@gmail.com Tripathi, Prateek, Department of Biology and Microbiology/South Dakota State University Lin, Jun, Department of Biology and Microbiology/ South Dakota State University Reese, R Neil, Department of Biology and Microbiology/South Dakota State University Shen, Qingxi, School of Life Sciences/University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rushton, Paul, Department of Biology and Microbiology/South Dakota State University

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Genome-wide association mapping of drought stress related traits with hapMap snPs in Medicago truncatula
Presenter: Kang, Yun, the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, ykang@noble.org Kang, Yun, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Sakiroglu, Muhammet, Kafkas University Lee, Yi-Ching, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center Young, Nevin, University of Minnesota Udvardi, Michael, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation P14022

ultrapetala1 acting as an anti-repressor of embryonic flower1 in Arabidopsis

P15003

Presenter: Pu, Li, UC Berkeley, ucdpuli@gmail.com Kim, Sang Yeol, UC Berkeley Liu, Mao-Sen, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, Taipei Chen, Long-Fang, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica, Taipei Garcia, Gilbert, UC Berkeley Sung, Zinmay Renee, UC Berkeley P15004

Gene expression profiling of water deficit stress responses in widely adapted wheat cultivars TAM 111 and TAM 112
Presenter: Krishna Reddy, Srirama, Texas AgriLife Research, skrishnareddy@ag.tamu.edu Liu, Shuyu, Texas AgriLife Research Rudd, Jackie, Texas AgriLife Research Devkota, Ravindra, Texas AgriLife Research Xue, Qingwu, Texas AgriLife Research Payton, Paxton, ARS USDA Mahan, James, ARS USDA Akhunova, Alina, Kansas State University

Maternal sirnAs as regulators of parental genome imbalance and gene expression in endosperm of Arabidopsis seeds
Presenter: Lu, Jie, The University of Texas at Austin, jielu@mail.utexas.edu Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin Baulcombe, David, University of Cambridge Chen, Z, The University of Texas at Austin P15005

Coordinating vernalization response through epigenetic regulatory networks of vin3 and flC gene families in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Sung, Sibum, the University of Texas at Austin, sbsung@mail.utexas.edu Kim, Dong-Hwan, the University of Texas at Austin P15006

Poster 15 – Epigenetics
P15001

breeding the Epigenome: novel epigenetic variation arises through plant developmental reprogramming

Chromatin-mediated repression of seedspecific genes in Arabidopsis seedlings by hsi2/vAl1 Phd domain

Presenter: Mackenzie, Sally, University of NebraskaLincoln, smackenzie2@unl.edu Shao, Mon-Ray, University of Nebraska De La Rosa, Roberto, University of Nebraska Virdi, Kamaldeep, University of Nebraska Xu, Ying-zhi, University of Nebraska Wang, Dong, University of Nebraska P15002

Presenter: Veerappan, Vijaykumar, Oklahoma State University, vijay.veerappan@okstate.edu Wang, Jing, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems Laboratory Kang, Miyoung, Oklahoma State University Lee, Joohyun, Texas Tech University Allen, Randy, Oklahoma State University

A facsimile protocol for detecting in vivo chromatin compaction from plant leaf cells
Presenter: zhou, wei, university of missouri, wzhou.yan@gmail.com Zhang, Zhanyuan, university of missouri

Polycomb group gene osfiE2 plays an essential regulatory role in rice (oryza sativa) endosperm development and grain filling

P15007

Presenter: Nallamilli, Babi Ramesh Reddy, Mississippi State University, nbrameshreddy@yahoo.co.in Nallamilli, Babi Ramesh Reddy, Mississippi State University Peng, Zhaohua, Mississippi State University

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P15008

histone h1 regulates gene imprinting and dnA methylation in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Rea, Matthew, Saint Louis University, reamd@slu.edu Rea, Matthew, Department of Biology, Saint Louis University Zheng, Wenguang, Department of Biology, Saint Louis University Braud, Christopher, Department of Biology, Saint Louis University Xiao, Wenyan, Department of Biology, Saint Louis University P15009

Ectopic expression of a gibberellin 20-oxidase of Pinus densiflora alters gibberelline biosynthesis and development of transgenic poplar trees
Presenter: Park, Eung-Jun, Korea Forest Research Institute, pahkej@forest.go.kr Park, Eung-Jun, Korea Forest Research Institute Lee, Wi Young, Korea Forest Research Institute Kim, Hyun-Tae, Korea Forest Research Institute Pharis, Richard, University of Calgary P16002

Plant biosensors: Monitoring changes in the phenlypropanoid pathway in response to microbial based soil additives
Presenter: Ali, Mohammad Babar, University of kentucky, mohammad.ali2@uky.edu McNear, David, University of Kentucky P16003

Control of gene expression mediated by epigenetic modulation of transposable elements in response to water limitation
Presenter: Palomar, V Miguel, IBt, UNAM, vicmike@ibt.unam.mx Reyes Taboada, José Luis, IBt, UNAM Covarrubias, Alejandra A, IBt, UNAM P15010

Expression profiling of the calmodulin methyl transferase gene from Arabidopsis thaliana and analysis of its promoter region
Presenter: Banerjee, Joydeep, KTRDC, University of Kentucky, j.banerjee@uky.edu Magnani, Roberta, University of Kentucky Lynnette, Dirk M., University of Kentucky Houtz, Robert L., University of Kentucky Maiti , Indu B., University of Kentucky P16004

dnA methylation dynamics during in vitro propagation of Populus trichocarpa

Presenter: Vining, Kelly, Oregon State University, kelly. vining@oregonstate.edu Pomraning, Kyle, Oregon State University Wilhelm, Larry, Oregon Health Sciences University Pellegrini, Matteo, University of California, Los Angeles Di, Yanming, Oregon State University Mockler, Todd, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Freitag, Michael, Oregon State University Strauss, Steven, Oregon State University

mirnA regulation of plant innate immune receptors
Presenter: Baker, Barbara, UC Berkeley, bbaker@berkeley.edu Li, Feng, UC Berkeley Pignatta, Daniela, UC, Berkeley Bendix, Claire, UC, Berkeley Brunkard, Jacob, UC, Berkeley Cohn, Megan, UC, Berkeley P16005

Poster 16 – Gene regulation and Molecular biology
P16001

oberons, physiological substrates for serine/threonine/tyrosine protein kinase from Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Vijayakumar, Anitha, Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, visuhoney@yahoo.com Iyappan, Ramachandran, Indian Institute of Science

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Rajasekharan, Ram, Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants P16006

Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of higher plants

rEvEillE8 regulates both evening and morning genes to define the evening phase in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Hsu, Polly Yingshan, UC Davis, yshsu@ucdavis.edu Harmer, Stacey, UC Davis P16007

Presenter: Murai, Norimoto, Louisiana State University and LSU Agricultural Center, nmurai@lsu.edu Lee, Seokhyun, Louisiana State University and LSU Agricultural Center P16010

Phenotypic plasticity and natural variation in root architecture in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Rosas, Ulises, New York University, ur6@ nyu.edu Rosas, Ulises, New York University Purugganan, Michael, New York University Coruzzi, Gloria, New York University P16011

Calmodulin-binding protein CbP60g enhanced Arabidopsis disease resistance, abscisic acid sensitivity and drought tolerance

Presenter: Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Aagricultural University, lguojing@yahoo.com Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wang, Ruigang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wan, Dongli, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Li, Ruili, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Zou, Bo, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Cong, Jinyu, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Xia, Yiji, Hong Kong Baptist University Zhang, Xin, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University P16008

Pvnod41 gene has a role in innate immunity and symbiosome integrity in Phaseolus vulgaris root-nodules

Characterization of maturity genes controlling flowering in response to photoperiod in sorghum bicolor

Presenter: Murphy, Rebecca, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University, rmurphy46@neo.tamu.edu Morishige, Daryl, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University Brady, Jeffrey, Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center Rooney, William, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University Yang, Shanshan, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University Klein, Patricia, Department of Horticultural Sciences and Institute for Plant Genomics Mullet, John, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Texas A&M University P16009

Presenter: Balu Rajeswari, Chandrasekar, Institute of Biotechnology , UNAM, brcsekar@ibt.unam.mx Estrada-Navarrete, Georgina, Institute of Biotechnology-UNAM Elías Olivares, Juan, Institute of Biotechnology-UNAM Barraza, Aarón, Institute of Biotechnology-UNAM Alvarado-Affantranger, Xochitl, Institute of Biotechnology-UNAM Lara Flores , Miguel, Centro de Ciencias Genómicas M. Reddy, Pallavolu, Centro de Ciencias Genómicas Sánchez, Federico, Institute of Biotechnology-UNAM P16012

spatio- temporal expression of APy1 during germination, differentiation and organogenesis in pea (Pisum sativum l.var. Alaska)

Presenter: Sharma, Trivima, Ehime University, s.trivima@gmail.com Yoneda, Motohito, Lab. of Mol. Cell Physiol., Faculty of Agriculture., Ehime university Morita, Eugene, Lab. of Mol. Cell Physiol., Faculty of Agriculture., Ehime university Abe, Shunnosuke, Lab. of Mol. Cell Physiol., Faculty of Agriculture., Ehime university P16013

small high-yielding binary Ti vectors plsu with co-directional replicons for

function analysis of Arabidopsis receptorlike protein kinase CrK45 in development and abiotic stresses

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Poster 16 – Gene regulation and Molecular biology
Presenter: Zhang, Xiujuan, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, mingyuesong@163.com Wang, Ruigang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Zhang, Xiujuan, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Yang, Guanyu, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Shi, Rui, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Han, Xiaomin, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Xia, Yiji, Hong Kong Baptist University Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Guo, Wenbing, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources,University of Georgia Yuan, Yinan, Michigan Technological University Anino, Edward, Michigan Technological University Nyamdari, Batbayar, Department of Genetics, University of Georgia Frost, Christopher, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources,University of Georgia Sakakibara, Hitoshi, Plant Science Center, RIKEN Kojima, Mikiko, Plant Science Center, RIKEN Harding, Scott, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia Tsai, Chung-Jui, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources,University of Georgia

Construction of ssh library under cold stress and characterization of one candidate drEb1 transcription factor from Caragana korshinskii Kom
Presenter: Yang, Qi, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, atp_yangqi@163.com Wang, Ruigang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Yang, Qi, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Yue, Rong, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wei, Lili, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wang, Ying, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Li, Guojing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Wang, Wenfang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University Gao, Yang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University P16015

P16014

functional analysis of the at-hook motif containing nuclear localized (Ahl) gene family in plants

P16017

Presenter: Zhao, Jianfei, Washington State University, jfzhao@wsu.edu Zhao, Jianfei, Washington State University Favero, David, Washington State University Morris, Robert, Washington State University Qiu, Jiwen, Washington State University Koirala, Pushpa, Washington State University Neff, Michael, Washington State University P16018

The role of sucrose phosphate synthase in root nodules of M. sativa (alfalfa)
Presenter: Grimes, Martha M, NMSU, mem4@nmsu.edu Ortega, Jose, New Mexico State University Seger, Mark, New Mexico State University Sengupta-Gopalan, Champa, New Mexico State University

involvement of WrKy28 in sA-inducible gene expression
Presenter: Hussain, R.M. Fraz, Leiden University, r.m.f.hussain@biology.leidenuniv.nl P16016

source to sink transport in sorghum bicolor: The sucrose story

P16019

salicylic acid-modulated transcriptional and metabolic networks in Populus
Presenter: Xue, Liangjiao, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources,University of Georgia, lxue@uga.edu

Presenter: Milne, Ricky, University of Newcastle, ricky. milne@uon.edu.au Rae, Anne, CSIRO Plant Industry Perroux, Jai, CSIRO Plant Industry Byrt, Caitlin, University of Adelaide Patrick, John, University of Newcastle Grof, Christopher, University of Newcastle

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P16020

Crs is a novel circadian clock factor with splicing defects
Presenter: Jones, Matthew A, UC Davis, majones@ucdavis.edu Williams, Brian, UC Davis Simpson, Craig, Cell and Molecular Sciences Brown, John, James Hutton Institute Harmer, Stacey, UC Davis P16021

The JAz/MyC module regulates the gene encoding the JA-responsive AP2/Erf transcription factor orA47 which controls JA biosynthesis

P16025

Presenter: Khurshid, Muhammad, Leiden University, m.khurshid@biology.leidenuniv.nl P16026

roles of target site location and sequence complementarity in trans-acting sirnA formation in Arabidopsis

direct regulation of physiological responses by the Arabidopsis circadian clock component Prr7
Presenter: Farre, Eva, Michigan State University, farre@msu.edu Liu, Tiffany, Michigan State University Carlsson, Jenny, Michigan State University Newton, Linsey, Michigan State University Takeuchi, Tomomi, Michigan State University P16027

Presenter: Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin, cqzhang@mail.utexas.edu Ng, Danny, The University of Texas at Austin Lu, Jie, The University of Texas at Austin Chen, Jeffrey, The University of Texas at Austin P16022

regulatory networks determining secondary growth and wood formation in populus stems

identification of lipid transfer protein as target of a cotton fiber ring-type ubiquitin ligase

Presenter: LIU, LIJUN, Conservation of Biodiversity Program and Institute of Forest Genetics, ljliu8166@ gmail.com Filkov, Vladimir, Department of Computer Science, University of California, Davis Groover, Andrew, Conservation of Biodiversity Program and Institute of Forest Genetics P16023

Presenter: Ma, Din-Pow, Mississippi State University, dm1@ra.msstate.edu Soma, Shiva, Mississippi State University P16028

A novel, conditional, lesion mimic phenotype in cotton cotyledons due to the expression of an endochitinase gene from Trichoderma virens
Presenter: Joshi, Sameer, Texas A & M University, sameerjoshi23@gmail.com Kumar, Vinod, Texas A & M University Parkhi, Vilas, Texas A & M University Christensen, Shawn, Texas A & M University Jayaprakasha, G. K., Texas A & M University Patil, Bhimanagouda, Texas A & M University Kolomiets, Michael, Texas A & M University Rathore, Keerti, Texas A & M University P16029

Characterization of gcn2 mutations in maize
Presenter: Jia, Mo, Baylor University, mo_jia@baylor.edu Gibbon, Bryan, Baylor University P16024

Characterization of the tomato prosystemin promoter by deletion analysis in transgenic tobacco plants
Presenter: Avilés Arnaut, Hamlet, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN., shakespeareh@gmail.com Lozoya Gloria., Edmundo, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN. Délano Frier., John, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN.

Two Arabidopsis thaliana loci encode novel eif4E isoforms functionally distinct from the conserved plant eif4E
Presenter: Browning, Karen S., University of Texas at Austin, kbrowning@mail.utexas.edu Patrick, Ryan, University of Texas at Austin Mayberry, Laura, University of Texas at Austin

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Poster 16 – Gene regulation and Molecular biology
P16030 Hwang, Hyun-Ju, Seoul National University Jeong, Young-Min, Seoul National University Hur, Je Young, Seoul National University Park, Sang-Hyun, Seoul National University Woo, Je-Chang, Mokpo National University Kim, Sang-Gu, Seoul National University

redox control of plant translation

Presenter: Browning, Karen, University of texas at Austin, kbrowning@mail.utexas.edu Tseng, Ching-Ying, University of Texas at Austin P16031

Proton-pumping pyrophosphatase AvP1 functions in the phloem to regulate rates of transport

P16035

Effects of photosynthetic redox stress on gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Bode, Rainer, Western University Canada, rbode2@uwo.ca Huner, Norman, Western University Canada P16032

Presenter: Khadilkar, Aswad Sunil, University of North Texas, aswadkhadilkar@my.unt.edu Ayre, Brian, University of North Texas Gaxiola, Roberto, Arizona State University P16036

A brassinosteroid responsive zinc finger protein negatively regulate plant cell elongation
Presenter: Fokar, Mohamed, OSU, fokar@okstate.edu Abdel-Mageed, Haggag, OSU Kang, Miyoung, OSU Allen, Randy, OSU P16033

Convergent starvation signals and hormone crosstalk in regulating nutrient mobilization upon germination

Presenter: Yu, Su-May, Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sinica, sumay@imb.sinica.edu.tw Hong, Ya-Fang, Institute of Molecular Biology Ho, Tuan-Hua, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica

Characterization of a cotton seven in absentia homologue
Presenter: Fokar, Mohamed, OSU, fokar@okstate.edu Jaradat, Tahhan, CUNY Kang, Miyoung, OSU Abdel-Mageed, Haggag, OSU Reichert, Angelika, OSU Allen, Randy, OSU P16034

over-expression of oshox4 increases drought and salt tolerance in transgenic rice
Presenter: zhou, wei, University of Missouri, wzhou.yan@gmail.com Benny, Malabanan, International Rice Research Institute Slamet-Loedin, Inez, International Rice Research Institute P16038

P16037

structure-function studies of a plant tyrosyl-dnA phosphodiesterase provide novel insights into dnA repair mechanisms of Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: KIM, HOYEUN, Seoul National University, hykimson@snu.ac.kr Lee, So-Young, Seoul National University Na, Sang Hyeon, Seoul National University

MbP-1, an alternative translation product of los2, is regulated by proteasomedependent degradation in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Kang, Miyoung, Institute for Agricultural Biosciences, Oklahoma State University, miyoung.kang@okstate.edu Allen, Radny, Institute for Agricultural Biosciences, Oklahoma State University

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stbEl30: Another candidate for a phloemmobile mrnA
Presenter: Lin, Tian, Iowa State University, lintian@iastate.edu Hannapel, David, Iowa State University P16040

TAl effectors for disease and TAl nucleases for target gene editing in plant
Presenter: Yang, Bing, Iowa State University, byang@iastate.edu Li, Ti, Iowa State University Liu, Bo, Iowa State University White, Frank, Kansas State University P16045

P16044

Wall peroxidases associated with abiotic stress are upregulated in roots when APy1 and APy2 expression and growth are suppressed in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Lim, Minhui, University of Texas at Austin, limminhui@utexas.edu Wu, Jian, University of Texas at Austin Yao, Jianchao, University of Texas at Austin Huang, James, University of Texas at Austin Clark, Greg, University of Texas at Austin Roux, Stanley, University of Texas at Austin P16041

small rnA biogenesis and gene regulation in rice blast fungus, Magnaporthe oryzae
Presenter: Raman, Vidhyavathi, University of Delaware, vidhya@udel.edu Simon, Stacey, University of Delaware/Delaware Biotechnology Institute Demirci, Feray, University of Delaware/Delaware Biotechnology Institute Meyers, Blake, University of Delaware/Delaware Biotechnology Institute Donofrio, Nicole, University of Delaware P16047

Abiotic signals and early development: effects on chromatin and histone modification

Presenter: Fan, Xiaona, University of Illinois at Chicago, xfan20@uic.edu Soetedjo, Livana, University of Illinois at Chicago Warpeha, Katherine, University of Illinois at Chicago P16042

Towards a map of the landscape of translational regulation in Arabidopsis
Presenter: von Arnim, Albrecht, University of Tennessee, vonarnim@utk.edu Guan, Ju, University of Tennessee Tiruneh, Bayu, University of Tennessee Vaughn, Justin, University of Tennessee Kim, Byung-Hoon, University of Tennessee Missra, Anamika, University of Tennessee P16048

identification of proteins interacting with CTd phosphatase-like proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Fukudome, Akihito, Texas A&M University, bluewisher@tamu.edu Kumar, Krishna, Texas A&M University Jeong, In Sil, Graduate School of Gyeongsang National University Bahk, Jeong Dong, Graduate School of Gyeongsang National University Wu, Xiaoqian, Texas A&M University May, Kimberly, Texas A&M University Russell, William K., Texas A&M University Koiwa, Hisashi, Texas A&M University

identifying novel factors of the gravitropic signal transduction pathway
Presenter: Tucker, Avery, Ohio University, at284409@ohio.edu Abrams, Zachary, Ohio University Shen, Kaiyu, Ohio University Wyatt, Sarah, Ohio University P16049

nf-y transcription factors interact with constans to regulate chromatin looping at the flowering locus t promoter
Presenter: Holt III, Ben F, University of Oklahoma, benholt@ou.edu Cao, Shuanghe, University of Oklahoma

P16043

shoot apical meristem formation is controlled by physical interactions of seuss, shoot meristemless, and members of the bell-like homeodomain family.
Presenter: Higgins, David Michael, Department of Genetics, NC State University, dmhiggin@ncsu.edu Wynn, April, Department of Genetics, NC State University Franks, Robert, Department of Genetics, NC State University

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functional characterization of plastidlocalised pentatricopeptide repeat proteins that contain a small Muts-related domain
Presenter: Liu, Sheng, The University of Western Australia, lius07@student.uwa.edu.au P16052 P16050

germination: defining the trans(crypto)me
Presenter: Ma, Liuyin, University of Kentucky, lma223@uky.edu Pati, Pratap, Guru Nanak Dev University Downie, A., University of Kentucky Hunt, Arthur, University of Kentucky P16056

Characterization of a novel gene Eaf82 from variegated Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum)

Presenter: Hung, Chiu-Yueh, North Carolina Central University, chiuyueh@gmail.com Xie, Jiahua, North Carolina Central University P16057

small rnA regulation of homoeologous cotton fiber gene myb2 in trichome and seed hair development

Preliminary study of osCAf1s in posttranscriptional regulation
Presenter: Chiu, Wei-Lun, Life science, NCU, wayne614@hotmail.com Lu, Chun-An, Life science, NCU P16058

Presenter: Guan, Xueying, The University of Texas at Austin, xueying107@mail.utexas.edu Pang, Mingxiong, Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology and Institute for Chen , Z. Jeffrey, Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology and Institute for P16053

Alternative a-amylase mrnA polyadenylation in rice

osPrMC3 involves in seed development and yielding as a branching inhibitor

Presenter: Fang, Jhen-Cheng, National Central University, anobjective@hotmail.com Lu, Chung-An, National Central University P16059

Presenter: Seo, Hak Soo, Seoul National University, seohs@snu.ac.kr Choi, Soon Ho, Seoul National University Kim, Yeon Jeong, Seoul National University Kim, Seong-Il, Seoul National University Markkandan, Kesavan, Seoul National University

Exploring messenger rnA ribonucleoprotein complexes and their functions in plants

novel genes in the fatty acid accumulation network: fatty acid binding proteins (fAP) affect lipid composition and content in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Ngaki, Micheline, Iowa State University, mnngaki@iastate.edu Ngaki, Micheline, Iowa State University Wurtele, Eve, Iowa State University Noel, Joseph, The Salk Institute P16055

P16054

Presenter: Hummel, Maureen, University of California Riverside, maureenh@ucr.edu Jungtawong, Piyada, University of California Riverside Sorenson, Reed, University of California Riverside Girke, Thomas, University of California Riverside Sieburth, Leslie, The University of Utah Bailey-Serres, Julia, University of California Riverside P16060

Characterization of Til3 function in the Tfl1 pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana

The role of polyadenylation in seed

Presenter: Sedivy , Eric, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign, esedivy2@gmail.com Mei , Yu, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Seufferheld, Gabriella, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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Characterization of the sTArT lipid/ sterol binding domain in homeodomain transcription factors from plants

P16061

overexpression of AtMybs3 transcription factor in Arabidopsis can promote age-dependent and dark-induced leaf senescence
Presenter: Huang, Chun-kai, Department of Life sciences, National central university, huangchunkai0903@yahoo.com.tw P16067

P16066

Presenter: Khosla, Aashima, Kansas State University, aashima@ksu.edu Schrick, Kathrin, Kansas State University P16062

TEn1 is necessary for telomere integrity in Arabidopsis thaliana

Conditional vitamin-mediated knockdown of essential chloroplast genes in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Presenter: Ramundo, Silvia, University of Geneva, silvia.ramundo@unige.ch Rochaix, Jean-David, University of Geneva P16063

Presenter: Leehy, Katherine A, Texas A & M University, kaleehy@tamu.edu Lee, Jung Ro, Texas A & M University Song, Xiangyu, Proctor and Gamble Technology Co. Nelson, Andrew, Texas A & M University Shippen, Dorothy, Texas A & M University P16068

identification of the late embryogenesis abundant protein gene family in phalaenopsis hybrids
Presenter: Godfrey, Timothy J, Grand Valley State University, timgodfrey7@gmail.com Blackman, Sheila, Grand Valley State University Tsou, Pei-Lan, Grand Valley State University P16064

Extensins and their expression in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Ray, Tui, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, tray@noble.org Saha, Prasenjit, Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Tang, Yuhong, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Cannon, Maura, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Massachu P16069

selection and validation of endogenous reference genes for qrt-pcr analysis in leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula)
Presenter: Chao, Wun, USDA-ARS, wun.chao@ars.usda.gov Dogramaci, Münevver, USDA-ARS Foley, Michael, USDA-ARS Horvath, David, USDA-ARS Anderson, James, USDA-ARS P16065

The role of the disulfide bond of eifiso4E in binding to mrnA
Presenter: Levins, Lisa, University of Texas at Austin, lmlevins@hotmail.com Patrick, Ryan, University of Texas at Austin Browning, Karen, University of Texas at Austin P16070

Antisense copies of light-regulated genes in rice

identifying specific populations of mrna associated with plant protein synthesis initiation factors eif4f and eifiso4f

Presenter: Terzaghi, William, Wilkes University, terzaghi@wilkes.edu Mike, Thomas, Wilkes University Joshi, Nisarg, Wilkes University Bird, James, Wilkes University Margavage, Kathryn, Wilkes University Morocho, Bryant, Wilkes University Deng, Xing-Wang, Yale University Terzaghi, William, Wilkes University

Presenter: Cole, Nicola, The University of Texas at Austin, ncole@mail.utexas.edu Darden, Will, The University of Texas at Austin Browning, Karen, The University of Texas at Austin P16071

The freshman research initiative: learning through doing research
Presenter: Choy, Grace, The University of Texas at Austin, gchoy@mail.utexas.edu

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Poster 16 – Gene regulation and Molecular biology
FRIStream, Browning, The University of Texas at Austin Browning, Karen, The University of Texas at Austin P16072

Allelic variation in the flowering locus t2 gene in populus deltoides

P16076

Presenter: Ozdilek, Asli, Mississippi State University, aozdilek@metu.edu.tr Hsu, Chuan-Yu, Mississippi State University Kaya, Zeki, Middle East Technical University Yuceer, Cetin, Mississippi State University P16077

identification and characterization of a pin1 mutant in solanum lycopersicum
Presenter: Jones, Jeanice Lavern, University of California Davis, sbjones@ucdavis.edu Martinez, Ciera, University of California Davis Sinha, Neelima, University of California Davis Koenig, Daniel, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology P16073

Elucidating membrane-anchored ubiquitin-fold protein complexes in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Gregory, Serena, St. Louis University, sgregor7@slu.edu Dowil, Rebecca, St. Louis University Downes, Brian, St. Louis University P16078

Modulation of both cell cycle progression and defense responses by osd1, uvi4, and CPr5 in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Bao, Zhilong, Cornell University, zb36@cornell.edu Yang, Huijun, Brookheaven National laboratory Hua, Jian, Cornell University P16074

Transcriptome and hormone profiling identify auxin and AbA as central regulators of developmental networks regulating paradormancy in Canada thistle
Presenter: Dogramaci, Munevver, USDA-ARS, munevver.dogramaci@ars.usda.gov Anderson, James, USDA-ARS Dogramaci, Munevver, USDA-ARS Horvath, David, USDA-ARS Chao, Wun, USDA-ARS Foley, Michael, USDA-ARS P16079

Correlation between proteolytic instability and transcriptional activity in transcription factor slnAC1 that is involved in plant disease resistance
Presenter: Miao, Min, University of Idaho, miaomin323@gmail.com Huang, Weizao, Sichuan Academy of Agricultural Sciences Kud, Joanna, University of Idaho Xiao, Fangming, University of Idaho P16075

identification of an intronic splicing regulatory element involved in autoregulation of alternative splicing of the sCl33 pre-mrnA

Multiple layers of control, a role for redox in the regulation of chlorophyll degradation

Presenter: Grennan, Aleel K., University of Illinois, agrennan@illinois.edu Ort, Donald, USDA/ARS

Presenter: Reddy, Anireddy, Colorado State University, reddy@colostate.edu Thomas , Julie, Colorado State University Palusa, Saiprasad, Colorado State University Prasad, Kasavajhala, Colorado State University Ali, Gul Shad, Colorado State University Surabhi, Giridara-Kumar, Colorado State University Ben-Hur, Asa, Colorado State University Abdel-Ghany, Salah, Colorado State University Reddy, Anireddy, Colorado State University P16080

identification of seed gene repressors in

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Presenter: Saatian, Behnaz, Western University, London, Canada/ Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, bsaatian@uwo.ca Tian, Gary, Western University, London, Canada/ Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Austin, Ryan S., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, London, Ontario, Canada Tsang, Edward W. T., National Research Council of Canada, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Kohalmi, Susanne, Department of Biology, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada Cui, Yuhai, Western University, London, Canada/ Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada P16081 yhanzawa@illinois.edu Price, William, University of Illinois Sovero, Valpuri, University of Illinois Nelson, Randall, University of Illinois

role of atpep6 as a signal in Arabidopsis plants
Presenter: Friman, Karina, USDA, g_nerd17@yahoo.com Schmelz, Eric, USDA Huffaker, Alisa, USDA P16086

P16085

Comparative proteomics analysis of ufo1 mutants by diGE and iTrAQ
Presenter: Roy, Ansuman, South Dakota State University, ansumanroy@gmail.com Robbins, Michael, Pennsylvania State University Wang, PoHao, Pennsylvania State University Gaffoor, Iffa, Pennsylvania State University Perez, Billy, Pennsylvania State University Chopra , Surinder, Pennsylvania State University Rohila, Jai, South Dakota State University P16087

understanding the role of Arabidopsis bPM proteins in Cul3-based E3 ligases
Presenter: Lee, Joo Hyun, Washington State University, joo.lee@email.wsu.edu Hellmann, Hanjo, Washington State University Chen, Liyuan, Washington State University P16082

optimization of phosphate biosensors for use in live plants

Presenter: Mukherjee, Pallavi, Texas A&M University, pmukherjee@mail.bio.tamu.edu Versaw, Wayne, Texas A&M University Lockless, Steve, Texas A&M University Irigoyen, Sonia, Texas A&M University Wheeler, Amanda, Texas A&M University Rattlif, Lyndsay, Texas A&M University P16083

Transcriptome analysis of purified glandular and non-glandular Medicago truncatula trichomes

Presenter: Dorn, Kevin M., University of Minnesota, dorn@umn.edu Marks , M., University of Minnesota P16088

Gene networks and chromatin regulation of phaseolin transcription
Presenter: Sundaram, Sabarinath, Texas A&M University, ssundaram@idmb.tamu.edu Kertbundit, Sunee, Department of Plant Science, Faculty of Science,Mahidol University Shakirov, Eugene, IDMB, Texas A&M University Juricek, Miloslav, Institute of Experimental Botany, Academy of Science of Czech Republic Hall, Timothy, Texas A&M University P16084

redox regulation by Thioredoxins in plant immunity
Presenter: Lee, Yujung Michelle, University of California, San Diego, ymlee@ucsd.edu Eguen, Tenai, University of California, San Diego Shen, Zhouxin, University of California, San Diego Briggs, Steven, University of California, San Diego P16089

Kinetic analysis of auxin-induced transcription factor networks controlling lateral root development in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Lundy, Stacey, Wake Forest University, lundsr11@wfu.edu Olex, Amy, Wake Forest University Lewis, Daniel, Wake Forest University Turkett, William, Wake Forest University

understanding the function of ConsTAns homologs in photoperiodic flowering in soybean

Presenter: Hanzawa, Yoshie, University of Illinois,

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Fetrow, Jacquelyn, Wake Forest University Muday, Gloria, Wake Forest University P16090 sweeda@vsu.edu Buck, Gregory, Virginia Commonwealth University Ren, Shuxin, Virginia State University

Analysis of rnA binding protein complexes involved in prolamine mrnA localization in rice seeds
Presenter: Yang, Yongil, IBC / Washington State University, yi_yang@wsu.edu Crofts, Andrew, Akita International University Crofts, Naoko, Akita International University Okita, Tomas, IBC / Washington State University P16095

P16094

Molecular characterization of an anthocyanin deficient mutant in woodland strawberry, fragaria vesca
Presenter: Holt, Sarah, University of North Texas, sarah.holt@unt.edu Veilleux, Richard, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Shulaev, Vladimir, University of North Texas Dan, Yinghui, Institute for Advanced Learning and Research P16091

Phytochrome interacting factors 5 and 4 promote flowering in response to elevated nighttime temperature

Characterization and exploration of Arabidopsis root stele mirna gene regulatory networks

Presenter: Zhang, Lifang, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, zhangl@cshl.edu Lee, Young Koung, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Gaudinier, Allison, UC Davis Taylor-Teeples, Mallorie, UC Davis Brady, Siobhan, UC Davis Ware, Doreen, USDA-ARS, CSHL P16092

Presenter: Thines, Bryan, Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Scripps Colleges, bthines@kecksci.claremont.edu Celaya, Brandon, Plant Gene Expression Center, UC Berkeley Youn, Youngwon, Plant Gene Expression Center, UC Berkeley Harmon, Frank, Plant Gene Expression Center, UC Berkeley

An antisense transcript and associated small interfering rnAs regulate auxin response factor Arf12/22 expression in Arabidopsis ovules

P16096

Analysis of starch biosynthesis gene expression and its effect on starch structure in quality protein maize

Presenter: Jiang, Yingwen, Texas Tech University, nevin.jiang@ttu.edu P16097

Presenter: Wu, Hao, Biology Dept. of Baylor University, hao_wu@baylor.edu Clay, Kasi, Biology Dept. of Baylor University Thompson, Stephanie, Biology Dept. of Baylor University Gibbon, Bryan, Biology Dept. of Baylor University P16093

Transcriptional regulation of gibberellinrelated genes in Arabidopsis thaliana

Analyzing the effect of melatonin on the Arabidopsis transcriptome and its potential role in response to stress
Presenter: Weeda, Sarah M., Virginia State University,

Presenter: Petluru, Monica, University of Texas at San Antonio, lms661@my.utsa.edu Nemeth, Sarah, University of Texas at San Antonio Pressly, Jeffrey, University of Texas at San Antonio Ruan, Jianhua, University of Texas at San Antonio Sunter, Garry, University of Texas at San Antonio Sponsel, Valerie, University of Texas at San Antonio P16098

Transcriptional regulation of output from the circadian central oscillator

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Presenter: Doherty, Colleen, University of California, San Diego, cdoherty@ucsd.edu Nagel, Dawn, University of California, San Diego Kay, Steve, University of California, San Diego Pruneda-Paz, Jose, University of California, San Diego P16099

regulation of circadian rhythms and growth vigor in Arabidopsis hybrids and polyploids
Presenter: Miller, Marisa, UT Austin, marisa.e.miller@gmail.com P17005

P17004

Genetic interactions between rnA interference and Abscisic acid response pathways

Presenter: Jia, Fan, Texas Tech University, fan.jia@ttu.edu Jia, Fan, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University Samanta, Manoj, Systemix Institute Sweeney, Megan, BIO5 Institute and Department of Plant Science, University of Arizona Galbraith, David, BIO5 Institute and Department of Plant Science, University of Arizona Li, Shibo, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center Rock, Christopher, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University

Genetic structure of Quercus rubra l. and Q. ellipsoidalis E. J. hill populations at gene-based EsT-ssr and nuclear ssr markers

Presenter: Lind, Jennifer, Michigan Technological University, jflind@mtu.edu Gailing, Oliver, Michigan Technological University P17006

Two sodium/proton antiporter plant gene families, two different evolutionary histories
Presenter: Pires, Ines S, New York University, isp2@nyu.edu Negrao, Sonia, Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica, UNL Oliveira, Margarida, Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica, UNL Purugganan, Michael, New York University P17007

Poster 17 – Genetics, Genomics, and Molecular Evolution
P17001

A strategy for selection of restriction enzyme of dCAPs marker

Genetic analysis of seagrass (halodule wrightii) populations from the Texas Gulf coast

Presenter: Chung, SangMin, Dongguk University, smchung@dongguk.edu P17002

investigation of genetic interactions between dET1 and genes involved in AbA signal transduction in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Fernando, Chamanthi Dilukshi, University of Manitoba, dilukshifernando@yahoo.com Schroeder, Dana, University of Manitoba P17003

Presenter: Larkin, Patrick, Texas A&M UniversityCorpus Christi, patrick.larkin@tamucc.edu Maloney, Tabitha, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Barrett, Michael, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Paturzzio, Mindy, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Changes in small rnAs during infestation of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum l.) roots by reniform nematodes (rotylenchulus reniformis)
Presenter: Li, Ruijuan, Auburn University, rzl0007@tigermail.auburn.edu Hu, Hongtao, Auburn University Weaver, David, Auburn University Singh, Narendra, Auburn University Locy, Robert, Auburn University

P17008

A phylogenetic examination of the primary anthocyanin production pathway in plants
Presenter: Campanella, James J., montclair state university, james.campanella@montclair.edu Smalley, John, Bergen Community College Dempsey, Maureen, Montclair State University

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P17009

identification of the classical beet pigment loci, r and y, using whole genome profiling
Presenter: Lloyd, Alan, UT-Austin, lloyd@uts.cc.utexas.edu Hatlestad, Greg, UT-Austin Sunnadeniya, Rasika, UT-Austin Akhavan, Neda, UT-Austin Gonzalez, Antonio, UT-Austin P17015

P17014

Assessment of genetic diversity of Puerto rican sweet potato (lpomoea batatas(l.) lam.)

Presenter: Rodriguez, Lorraine, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez, lorraine1069@gmail.com Luciano, Dianiris, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Rios, Lorena, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Siritunga, Dimuth, University of Puerto RicoMayaguez P17011

Physiological characterization of glycosyltransferase mutants implicated in galactosylation of arabinogalactanproteins in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Basu, Debarati, Ohio University, debaratibasu82@gmail.com Fritts, Hannah, Ohio University Faik, Ahmed, Ohio University Showalter, Allan, Ohio University P17016

fractionation of both promoters and whole genes following the maize whole genome duplication
Presenter: Schnable, James C, UC Berkeley, jschnable@berkeley.edu Woodhouse, Margaret, UC-Berkeley Freeling, Michael, UC-Berkeley P17012

Evolution of aquaporin-like proteins in plants
Presenter: Johanson, Urban, Lund University, urban.johanson@biochemistry.lu.se Anderberg, Hanna, Lund University Danielson, Jonas, Lund University P17017

Gene expression and regulation of abiotic stress and developmental signaling processes by protein phosphatases in rice

Presenter: Singh, Amarjeet, University Of Delhi South Campus, New Delhi, India, singh.amarjeet07@gmail.com Giri, Jitender, Delhi University South Campus Kapoor, Sanjay, Delhi University South Campus Tyagi, Akhilesh, Delhi University South Campus Pandey, Girdhar, University Of Delhi South Campus, New Delhi, India P17013

understanding genome evolution post polyploidization in brassicaceae using the newly sequenced genome of wild radish (raphanus raphanistrum)
Presenter: Moghe, Gaurav, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University, moghegau@msu.edu Hufnagel, David, Michigan State University Massa, Alicia, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Tang, Haibao, J Craig Venter Institute Towne, Christopher, J Craig Venter Institute Buell, C Robin, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Dworkin, Ian, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University Conner, Jeffrey, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University Shiu, Shin-Han, Department of Plant Biology, Michigan State University

sorghum mutant library and tilling
Presenter: Xin, Zhanguo, USDA-ARS, zhanguo.xin@ars.usda.gov Burow, Gloria, USDA-ARS Chen, Junping, USDA-ARS Burke, John, USDA-ARS

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P17018

Analysis of nine distinct co-expression networks in Arabidopsis thaliana

progenitors

Presenter: Spangler, Jacob, Department of Genetics & Biochemistry, Clemson University, jspangl@g.clemson.edu Ficklin, Stephen, Plant & Environmental Sciences, Clemson University Luo, Feng, School of Computing, Clemson University Freeling, Michael, Department of Plant & Microbial Biology, University of California Ber Feltus, F, Department of Genetics & Biochemistry, Clemson University P17019

Presenter: Chen, Z. Jeffrey, The University of Texas at Austin, zjchen@mail.utexas.edu Ng, Danny, The University of Texas at Austin Shi, Xiaoli, The University of Texas at Austin Zhang, Changqing, The University of Texas at Austin P17023

The correlation of dnA methylation and homoeologous gene expression in cotton petals

Assembly of the cotton A2 diploid genome: novel insight into the evolution of cotton fibers
Presenter: Wilkins, Thea, Texas Tech University, thea.wilkins@ttu.edu Sanford, Nicholas, Texas Tech University Pang, Mingxiong, Texas Tech University Lindquist, Ingrid, National Center for Genome Resources Bharti, Arvind, National Center for Genome Resources Ramaraj, Thiru, National Center for Genome Resources Brubaker, Curt, Bayer CropScience Broadhvest, Jean, Bayer CropScience Mudge, Joann, National Center for Genome Resources Xie, Zhixin, Texas Tech University P17020

Presenter: Udall, joshua A, Brigham Young University, jaudall@byu.edu Udall, Joshua, Brigham Young University Rambani, Aditi, Brigham Young University Page, Justin, Brigham Young University Wendel, Jonathan, Iowa State University Grupp, Kara, Iowa State University P17024

deciphering complex genetic control of seed quality phenotypes by integration of metabolic and transcriptional profiling in tomato

Presenter: Kazmi, Rashid, Wageningen Univversity and Research Centre, rashid.kazmi@wur.nl P17025

homoplasy as a source of phylogenetic signal: using high-throughput sequencing data to characterize the evolution of Glycine genome groups
Presenter: Ilut, Daniel, Cornell University, dci1@cornell.edu Doyle, Jeff, Cornell University P17021

identification of Arabidopsis activationtagged mutants that are tolerant to the growth inhibiting effects of n-Acyethanolamines (naes)

Presenter: Adhikari, BIkash, University of North Texas, bikashku@hotmail.com Adhikari, Bikash, University of North Texas Yoo, Cheol-Min, Noble Foundation Blancaflor, Elison, Noble Foundation Chapman, Kent, University of North Texas P17026

A fully resolved phylogeny of the brassica crops and wild relatives (brassiceae: brassicaceae): testing biogeographical and diversification hypothesis
Presenter: Arias-Garzon, Tatiana, University of MIssouri, tatiana.tatianaarias@gmail.com Pires, Chris, University of Missouri P17022

development of a functional genomics platform for exploring tropane alkaloid biosynthesis in atropa belladonna

Presenter: Bedewitz, Matt, Michigan State University, bedewitz@msu.edu P17027

Cis and trans regulation and morphological diversity in allopolyploids and their

identifying orthologs to Arabidopsis plant cyclic nucleotide gated channels across the plant kingdom
Presenter: Berkowitz, Gerald A., University of Connecticut, gerald.berkowitz@uconn.edu

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Poster 17 – Genetics, Genomics, and Molecular Evolution
Gehring, Christoph, Division of Chemistry, Life Science and Engineering, King Abdullah Uni Dawe, Adam, Computational Bioscience Research Center, King Abdullah University of Zelman, Alice, University of Connecticut

identification of mutants for factors required for the Er-localization of prolamin-mrnAs in rice by tilling method

P17031

Presenter: Kumamaru, Toshihiro, Kyushu University, kumamaru@agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp Taniguchi, Kouichi, Kyushu University Fujimoto, Wakana, Kyushu University Okita, Thomas, Washington State University P17032

barcoding of arid wild plants using rbcl gene sequences

P17028

Presenter: Arif, Ibrahim, King Saud University, iaarif@ hotmail.com Arif, Ibrahim, King Saud University Bafeel, Sameera, King Abdulaziz University Bakir, Mohammad, King Saud University Khan, Haseeb, King Saud University P17029

Genome wide characterization of transposable element repeat junctions in barley and their application in marker development for chromosome 3h

Exploring the sorghum bicolor Transcriptome using rnAseq

Presenter: Dugas, Diana V., USDA-ARS, diana.dugas@sparc.usda.gov Olsen, Andrew, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Ware, Doreen, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory/ USDA-ARS Klein, Patricia, Texas A&M University Klein, Robert, USDA-ARS P17030

Presenter: Kianian, Penny Avoles, North Dakota State University, Penny.Kianian@ndsu.edu Mazaheri, Mona, North Dakota State University Kianian, Penny Avoles, North Dakota State University Seetan, Raed, North Dakota State University Kumar, Ajay, North Dakota State University Denton, Anne, North Dakota State University Ariyadasa, Ruvini, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research Stein, Nils, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research Simkova, Hana, Institute of Experimental Botany Doelzal, Jarslov, Institute of Experimental Botany Drader, Thomas, USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-GGD Gu, Yong, USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-GGD Kianian, Shahryar, North Dakota State University P17033

Genome wide association analysis of raffinose family oligosachharides in chickpea (Cicer arietinum l.)

Genetic analysis the functions of cytochrome P450 genes in plants

Presenter: Khedikar, Yogendra P, University of Saskatchewan, ykhedikar@gmail.com Khedikar, Yogendra, University of Saskatchewan Gangola, Manu, University of Saskatchewan Thudi, Mahendar, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics Gaur, Pooran, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics Varshney, Rajeev, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics Chibbar, Ravindra, University of Saskatchewan

Presenter: Mao, Guohong, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, gmao@danforthcenter.org Seebeck, Timothy, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Schrenker, Denyse, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Yu, Oliver, Donal Danforth Plant Science Center P17034

Towards an understanding of phylogenetic relationships in the apioid superclade (Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae)
Presenter: Peery, Rhiannon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, peery1@illinois.edu

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Xu, Yue, Jilin University Downie, Stephen, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign P17035 California Zhang, Pei, University of Southern California Vilhjalmsson, Bjarni, Harvard School of Public Health Stegle, Oliver, Max Planck Institute FML Drewe, Philipp, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Long, Quan, Gregor Mendel Institute Seren, Ümit, Gregor Mendel Institute Kahles , Andre, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Song, Qiang, University of Southern California Korte, Arthur, Gregor Mendel Institute Nordborg, Magnus, Gregor Mendel Institute Smith, Andrew, University of Southern California Ratsch, Gunnar, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Clark, Richard, University of Utah

Genetic diversity plays a role in colonization success of chicory

Presenter: Malik, Rondy J, University of Massachusetts Boston, rondy.malik001@umb.edu Zavada, Tomas, University of Massachusetts Boston Kesseli, Rick, University of Massachusetts Boston P17036

Genetic analysis of seed longevity in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Nguyen, Thu-Phuong, Wageningen University, phuong.nguyenthuphong@wur.nl Keizer, Paul, Centre for BioSystems Genomics van Eeuwijk, Fred, Centre for BioSystems Genomics Smeekens, Sjef, Department of Molecular Plant Physiology, Utrecht University Bentsink, Leónie, Department of Molecular Plant Physiology, Utrecht University P17037

Pervasive genomic and gene expression variation in the magic population of recombinant inbred lines

P17040

b in control: functional specialization in the expansion of protein phosphatase 2A regulatory subunit gene families
Presenter: Booker, Matthew, Brown University, matthew_booker@brown.edu Hamm, Eliza, Brown University DeLong, Alison, Brown University P17038

Genome-wide associations studies in Arabidopsis thaliana: QTns come out, come out wherever you are
Presenter: Kooke, Rik, Wageningen University, rik.kooke@wur.nl Keurentjes, Joost, Wageningen University Sulpice, Ronan, Max-Planck Institute, Golm Bouwmeester, Harro, Wageningen University Vreugdenhil, Dick, Wageningen University P17039

Presenter: Greenhalgh, Robert, University of Utah, robert.greenhalgh@utah.edu Steffen, Joshua, University of Utah Stegle, Oliver, Max Planck Institute FML Drewe, Philipp, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Gan, Xiangchao, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford Imprialou, Martha, University of Oxford Behr, Jonas, Max Planck Institute Osborne, Edward, University of Utah Toomajian, Chris, Kansas State University Kover, Paula, University of Bath Rätsch, Gunnar, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Richard, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford Clark, Richard, University of Utah P17041

Transcriptome variation across environments in swedish Arabidopsis thaliana

The rate of meristem maturation determines inflorescence architecture in tomato
Presenter: Park, Soon Ju, CSHL, sjpark@cshl.edu Jiang, Ke, CSHL Schatz, Michael, CSHL Lippman, Zachary, CSHL

Presenter: Osborne, Edward, University of Utah, ej.osborne@utah.edu Remigereau, Marie-Stanislas, University of Southern

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Poster 17 – Genetics, Genomics, and Molecular Evolution
P17042 Wurdeman, Julie, Doane College

The beet r locus encodes a novel cytochrome P450 required for red betalain production
Presenter: Sunnadeniya, Rasika M, University of Texas, Austin, rasika_s@utexas.edu Hatlestad, Greg, University of Texas at Austin Akhavan, Neda, University of Texas at Austin Gonzalez, Antonio, University of Texas at Austin Lloyd, Alan, University of Texas at Austin P17046

P17045

reverse genetics resources of Medicago truncatula

Presenter: cheng, xiaofei, The Samuel Noble Foundation, xcheng@noble.org Wang, Mingyi, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation He, Ji, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Mysore, Kirankumar S., The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Udvardi, Michael, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Wen, Jiangqi, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation P17043

The domintant y allele is a co-opted anthocyanin Myb that regulates betalains
Presenter: Akhavan, Neda, University of Texas at Austin, nakhavan@utexas.edu Hatlestad, Greg, University of Texas at Austin Sunnadeniya, Rasika, University of Texas at Austin Gonzalez, Antonio, University of Texas at Austin Lloyd, Alan, University of Texas at Austin P17047

in-field analysis of genotype-phenotype relationships using transposon-targeted, sequence-based genotyping

Presenter: Hunter, Charles, University of Florida, ibe@ ufl.edu Suzuki, Masaharu, University of Florida Wu, Shan, University of Florida O’Brien, Brent, University of Florida McCarty, Don, University of Florida Koch, Karen, University of Florida P17044

Knock-out mutations in maize: online access to the uniformmu resource

A large-scale method for imaging root responses to gravity developed by an undergraduate research team enables complex studies of genome function

Presenter: Durham Brooks, Tessa, Doane College, tessa.durhambrooks@doane.edu Bieck, Anthony, Doane College Craig, Amy, Doane College Dewey, Grant, Doane College Ghani, Muijj, Doane College Guy, Tracy, Doane College Higgins, Brad, Doane College Longo, Autumn, Doane College Mayer, Miles, Doane College Merithew, Sarah, Doane College Niewohner, Devon, Doane College Pieper, Jordan, Doane College Smith, Halie, Doane College

Presenter: O’Brien, Brent, University of Florida, bob2373@ufl.edu Koch, Karen, University of Florida Hunter, Charles, University of Florida Suzuki, Massaharu, University of Florida Paxson, Margret, University of Florida Tasi, Alec, University of Florida Wu, Shan, University of Florida Petruff, Tanya, University of Florida Avigne, Wayne, University of Florida McCarty, Donald, University of Florida P17048

rice genus phylogenomics resources at gramene

Presenter: Stein, Joshua, CSHL, steinj@cshl.edu Wei, Sharon, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Spooner, William, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Yu, Yeisoo, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute AmmiRaju Jetty, Siva, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute Copetti, Dario, University of Arizona, Arizona

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Genomics Institute Zuccolo, Andrea, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute Pasternak, Shiran, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Rounsley, Steve, Dow Agrosciences Fan, Chuanzhu, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute Youens-Clark, Ken, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Kudra, David, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute Long, Manyuan, University of Chicago, Department of Ecology and Evolution Sanderson, Michael, University of Arizona, Department of Ecology and Evolution Machado, Carlos, University of Maryland, Department of Biology Jackson, Scott, University of Georgia, Center for Applied Genetic Technologies Chen, Mingsheng, Chinese Academy of Sciences Wing, Rod, University of Arizona, Arizona Genomics Institute Biosciences, Kyungpook National University, ijlee@knu.ac.kr Kim, Yoon-Ha, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Khan, Latif, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University Kang, Sang-Mo, School of Applied Biosciences, Kyungpook National University

Catabolism and deactivation of defense hormone jasmonoyl-l-isoleucine

P18003

Presenter: Koo, Abraham Jeong-Kyu, Michigan State University, koojeon1@msu.edu Howe, Gregg, Michigan State University P18004

A novel brassinosteroid signaling pathway and plant development

bxb1-mediated site specific recombination for dnA deletion in tobacco using a seed promoter
Presenter: Yau, Frank Yuan-Yeu, Northeastern State University, yau@nsuok.edu Alonzo, Erica, Northeastern State University Haynie, Lindsey, Northeastern State University Wang, Kevin, Northeastern State university

P17049

Presenter: Wang, Xuelu, State Key Lab of Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sci., Fudan Uni., xueluw@gmail.com Wang, Haijiao, State Key Lab of Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sci., Fudan Uni. Yang, Cangjin, State Key Lab of Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sci., Fudan Uni. Zhu, Wenjiao, State Key Lab of Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sci., Fudan Uni. Zhang, Chi, State Key Lab of Genetic Engineering, School of Life Sci., Fudan Uni.

Poster 18 – hormone biology
P18001

structural basis for pre-receptor modulation of plant hormones by Gh3 family proteins

P18005

unravelling the molecular mechanisms of genes involved in cross-talk between abscisic acid and strigolactones in rice

Presenter: Haider, Imran, Laboratory of plant physiology, Wageningen university, imran.haider@ wur.nl P18002

Presenter: Jez, Joseph, Washington University in St. Louis, jjez@biology2.wustl.edu Westfall, Corey, Washington University in St. Louis Zubieta, Chloe, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Herrmann, Jonathan, Washington University in St. Louis Nanao, Max, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility P18006

silicon application alleviate mechanical wounding stress on the oryza sativa l. by regulating antioxidant activity and jasmonic acid biosynthesis
Presenter: Lee, In-Jung, School of Applied

involvement of cytokinin response factors slCrfs in tomato development
Presenter: Gupta, Sarika, Auburn University, szg0015@auburn.edu Shi, Xiuling, Auburn University Rashotte, Aaron, Auburn University

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Poster 18 – hormone biology
P18007

ATAf2 is a transcriptional repressor of the brassinosteroid-inactivating enzyme bAs1/ CyP734A1

P18011

Evalutation of the role of ibA-derived iAA in zea mays

Presenter: Spiess, Gretchen M, University of MissouriSt. Louis, gemhdc@mail.umsl.edu Zolman, Bethany, University of Missouri - St. Louis P18008

Presenter: Neff, Michael, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, mmneff@ wsu.edu Peng, Hao, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University Sandhu, Kulbir, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University P18012

diverse function of jasmonic acid in maize development and defense
Presenter: Yan, Yuanxin, Texas A&M University, yyan@ag.tamu.edu P18009

A gain-of-function mutation in iAA16 confers reduced responses to auxin and abscisic acid
Presenter: Rinaldi, Mauro A, Rice University, maurorinaldi2000@yahoo.com.ar Liu, James, Rice University Bartel, Bonnie, Rice University Strader, Lucia, Washington University P18013

rhizobium-induced elevation in xylem cytokinin delivery in pigeonpea induces changes in shoot development and leaf physiology

Presenter: Yong, Jean W H, Singapore University of Technology and Design, jyong@sutd.edu.sg Letham, D, Research School of Biology, Australian National University Wong, S, Research School of Biology, Australian National University Farquhar, Graham, Research School of Biology, Australian National University P18010

The GrAs family transcription factor upright leaf angel1 (url1) encodes a monocot-specific brassinosteroid function for leaf angle control in maize
Presenter: Schulz, Burkhard, Purdue University, bschulz@purdue.edu Hartwig, Thomas, Purdue University P18014

Pin6 mediates auxin-dependent responses in Arabidopsis nectaries
Presenter: Carter, Clay J, University of Minnesota Duluth, cjcarter@d.umn.edu Bender, Ricci, University of Minnesota Duluth Fekete, Megan, University of Minnesota Duluth Bauer, Brittany, University of Minnesota Duluth Lindgren, Khrystyne, College of St. Scholastica Maki, Jennifer, College of St. Scholastica Perera, M. Ann D.N., W.M. Keck Metabolomics Research Laboratory, Iowa State University Nguyen, Norah, W.M. Keck Metabolomics Research Laboratory, Iowa State University Nikolau, Basil, Biochemistry, Biophysics & Molecular Biology, Iowa State University

Cytokinin response factors 5 and 6 integrate sugar, stress, and cytokinin signals in regulating senescence
Presenter: Zwack, Paul J, Auburn University, pjz0001@tigermail.auburn.edu Robinson, Bruce, Auburn University Risley, Monica, Auburn University Rashotte, Aaron, Auburn University P18015

identification and characterization of brassinosteroid mutants in barley

Presenter: Sutherlin, William J, Purdue University, wsutherl@purdue.edu Sutherlin, William, Purdue University Schulz, Burkhard, Purdue University

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P18016

strigolactone signaling affects plant and ear architecture in maize

Presenter: Guan, Jiahn Chou, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida, guanjc@ufl.edu Suzuki, Masaharu, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida Koch, Karen, Department of Horticultural Sciences/ University of Florida Harry, Klee, Department of Horticultural Sciences/ University of Florida McCarty, Donald, Department of Horticultural Sciences/University of Florida P18017

The role of peptide hormone ibhypsys in wounding response
Presenter: Li, Yu-Chi, National Taiwan University, lish740106@hotmail.com Wan, Wei-Lin, National Taiwan University Jeng, Shih-Tong, National Taiwan University

P18021

structural basis for pre-receptor modulation of plant hormones by Gh3 family proteins

P18022

Ethylene signaling genes in charophycean algae implicate an ancestral ethylene signaling pathway prior to the colonization of land

Presenter: Thierer, James Henry, UMD, jamesthierer@ gmail.com Thierer, James, UMD Chang, Caren, UMD Delwiche, Charles, UMD P18018

Presenter: Herrmann, Jonathan, Washington University in St. Louis, jonathan.herrmann8@gmail.com Westfall, Corey, Washington University in St. Louis Zubieta, Chloe, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Kapp, Ulrike, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Nanao, Max, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Jez, Joseph, Washington University in St. Louis P18023

impaired auxin biosynthesis in the defective endosperm18 is due to a mutation at the zmyuc1 gene encoding yuCCA1 protein in maize

Transport of the auxin precursor indole-3butyric acid

Presenter: Gunther, Lauren K, Washington University in St. Louis, gunther@biology2.wustl.edu Strader, Lucia, Washington University in St. Louis

The lATd/niP transporter is required for normal aba localization at the root tip as well as for cell wall formation
Presenter: Ondzighi , Christine, University of Vermont, condzigh@uvm.edu Harris, Jeanne, University of Vermont P18020

P18019

Presenter: Chourey, Prem, USDA ARS, pschourey@ifas.ufl.edu Li, Qin-Bao, Agricultural Research Service, USDA Bernardi, Jamila, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Lanubile, Alessandra, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Marocco, Adriano, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Kumar, Dibyendu, University of Florida Kladnik, Aleš, University of Ljubljana P18024

identification of an abscisic acid transporter by functional screening using the receptor complex as a sensor

TAP46 positively regulates AbA signaling by interacting with transcription factor Abi5
Presenter: Sun, Li, Texas Tech University, li.sun@ttu.edu Hu, Rongbin, Texas Tech University zhu, yinfeng, Texas Tech University Zhang, Hong, Texas Tech University

Presenter: Kamiya, Yuji, RIKEN Plant Science Center, ykamiya@postman.riken.jp Kanno, Yuri, RIKEN Plant Science Center Hanada, Atsushi, RIKEN Plant Science Center Chiba, Yasutaka, RIKEN Plant Science Center Ichikawa, Takanari, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Nakazawa, Miki, Inplanta innovations Matsui, Minami, RIKEN Plant Science Center Koshiba, Tomokazu, Tokyo Metropolitan University Seo, Mitsunori, RIKEN Plant Science Center

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Poster 18 – hormone biology
P18025 Glazebrook, Jane, Department of Plant Biology, University of Minnesota

Physiological and genetic characterization of novel indole-3-butyric acid resistant mutants
Presenter: Hanzawa, Taiki, Cryobiofrontier Research center, Iwate University, a2511008@iwate-u.ac.jp Maloney, Greg, Biology Department, Wake Forest University Muday, Gloria, Biology Department, Wake Forest University Rahman, Abidur, Cryobiofrontier Research Center, Iwate University P18026

The smax1 mutant, a suppressor of max2 (more axillary growth 2), suppresses the enhanced seed dormancy of max2 mutants
Presenter: Stanga, John, University of Georgia, jpstanga@gmail.com Smith, Steven, University of Western Australia Briggs, Winslow, Carnegie Institution of Washington Nelson, David, University of Georgia P18030

P18029

A forward genetic approach identifies aux1 as a positive regulator of cytokinin responses in the root
Presenter: Street, Ian, Dartmouth College, ian.h.street@dartmouth.edu Mathews, Dennis, University of New Hampshire Kieber, Joseph, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Schaller, G., Dartmouth College P18031

Characterization of auxin transport by the carrier Aux1 in isolated root protoplasts
Presenter: Rutschow, Heidi, UMass-Amherst, rutschow@bio.umass.edu Kramer, Eric, Simon’s Rock College of Bard Baskin, Tobias, UMass-Amherst P18027

Phytohormone effects on urea metabolism
Presenter: Klein, Melinda, Stoller Enterprises Inc. / Texas A&M University, mklein@stollerusa.com Salzman, Ron, Stoller Enterprises Inc. / Texas A&M University Liptay, Albert, Stoller Enterprises, Inc. Stoller, Jerry, Stoller Enterprises Inc. P18032

hormone analyses in seedlings of several auxin mutants reveal alterations in gibberellin and jasmonic acid conjugate levels in individual mutants

Presenter: Sponsel, Valerie, University of Texas at San Antonio, valerie.sponsel@utsa.edu Hedden, Peter, Rothamsted Research Kamiya, Yuji, RIKEN Plant Science Center Groshel, Carla, University of Texas at San Antonio Williams, Robin, University of Texas at san Antonio P18028

The role of auxin carriers in nodule development of Medicago truncatula

Characterization of JA hypersensitive 2, a novel jasmonate signaling component.

Presenter: Shibasaki, Kyohei, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, kyohei.shibasaki@gmail.com Udvardi, Michael, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation

Presenter: Kunkel, Barbara N., Department of Biology, Washington University in St. Louis, kunkel@wustl.edu Chung, Kwi Mi, Department of Biology, Washington University in St. Louis Demianski, Agnes, Washington University in St. Louis Bethke, Gerit, Dept. of Plant Biology, University of Minnesota

sAur53 regulates apical hook development through calcium/calmodulin pathway
Presenter: Kathare, Praveen Kumar, Texas State University- San Marcos, pk1065@txstate.edu Dharmasiri, Sunethra, Texas State UniversitySan Marcos Jayaweera, Thilanka, Texas State University-

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San Marcos Dharmasiri, Nihal, Texas State UniversitySan Marcos

Predictive modeling of developing oilseed metabolism
Presenter: Hay, Jordan, Brookhaven National Laboratory, jhay@bnl.gov Schwender, Jorg, Brookhaven National Laboratory P19006

P19005

Poster 19 – Metabolism
P19001

Enzymatic regulation of sterols and glycoalkaloid biosynthesis in Potato (solanum tuberosum) plants

Presenter: Arif, Usman, Swedish university of agriculture sciences, usman.arif@slu.se P19002

lipoxygenase products of n-linolenoylethanolamine mediate chloroplast disassembly in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings

investigation of Arabidopsis responses to perturbation of glucosinolate biosynthesis
Presenter: Chen, Sixue, University of Florida, schen@ufl.edu Chen, Yazhou, University of Florida Pang, Qiuying, University of Florida He, Yan, University of Florida Zhu, Ning, University of Florida Branstrom, Isabel, University of Florida Yan, Xiufeng, Northeast Forestry University P19003

Presenter: Keereetaweep, Jantana, University of North Texas, jk0271@unt.edu Blancaflor, Elison, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Chapman, Kent, University of North Texas P19007

Metabolic engineering in plants to control source/sink relationships and biomass distribution
Presenter: Lahiri, Ipsita, University of North Texas, ipsitalahiri@my.unt.edu Ayre, Brian, University of North Texas P19008

novel transcriptional regulation of biosynthesis of aspartate-derived amino acids
Presenter: Lu, Yan, Western Michigan University, yan.1.lu@wmich.edu Clark, Teresa, Western Michigan University Wessendorf, Ryan, Western Michigan University Pawl, Michael, Western Michigan University Peet, Micah, Western Michigan University Last, Robert, Michigan State University Lu, Yan, Western Michigan University P19004

Post-illumination isoprene burst: implication for regulation of the methylerythritol phosphate pathway

Presenter: Li, Ziru, Michigan State University, liziru. msu@gmail.com Sharkey, Thomas, Michigan State University P19009

oxalate catabolism in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Foster, Justin, Baylor College of Medicine, jf90@hotmail.com Nakata, Paul, Baylor College of Medicine Browse, John, Washington State University P19010

interorganellar complementation demonstrates biochemical continuity between the chloroplast and Er
Presenter: Mehrshahi, Payam, Michigan State University, payam@msu.edu DellaPenna, Dean, Michigan State University Froehlich, John, Michigan State University Stefano, Giovanni, Michigan State University Brandizzi, Federica, Michigan State University

Metabolic plasticity in soybean seeds under water deficits
Presenter: Valliyodan, Babu, University of Misssouri, valliyodanb@missouri.edu Shi, Haiying, University of Missouri Joshi, Trupti, University of Missouri Farmer, Andrew, National Center for Genome Resources May, Gregory, National Center for Genome Resources Xu, Dong, University of Missouri Nguyen, Henry, Univeristy of Missouri

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Poster 19 – Metabolism
P19011

ribosome number is negatively related to biomass accumulation in Arabidopsis in a stable diurnal growth regime

Presenter: Ishihara, Hirofumi, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, ishihara@mpimp-golm.mpg.de Pyl, Eva-Theresa, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Ivakov, Alexander, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Piques, Maria, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Schulze, Waltraud, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Sulpice, Ronan, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Stitt, Mark, Max-Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology P19012

Presenter: dreher, kate, Carnegie Institution for Science, kadreher@stanford.edu Zhang, Peifen, Carnegie Institution for Science Chae, Lee, Carnegie Institution for Science Nilo Poyanco, Ricardo, Carnegie Institution for Science Priamurskiy, Damian, Carnegie Institution for Science Tran, Tam, Carnegie Institution for Science Muller, Robert, Carnegie Institution for Science Ploetz, Larry, Carnegie Institution for Science Rhee, Seung Yon, Carnegie Institution for Science P19015

identifying ligands for a catalytically inactive ß-amylase (bAM9) from Arabidopsis thaliana

The acr11 encodes a novel type of chloroplastic act domain repeat protein that is coordinately expressed with gln2 in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Hsieh, Ming-Hsiun, Academia Sinica, ming@gate.sinica.edu.tw Sung, Tzu-Ying, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology/Academia Sinica Chung, Tsui-Yun, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology/Academia Sinica Hsu, Chih-Ping, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology/Academia Sinica P19013

Presenter: Monroe, Jonathan, James Madison University, monroejd@jmu.edu Mursaliyev, Nurlybek, James Madison University Platt, Samantha, James Madison University Howser, Craig, James Madison University Cresawn, Steve, James Madison University Waligora, Ryan, Harrisonburg High School Hupp, Ted, Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre P19016

from fixation to end-product synthesis: following the path of carbon in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Arrivault, Stéphanie, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam, Germany, arrivault@mpimp-golm.mpg.de Szecowka, Marek, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Vosloh, Daniel, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Huege, Jan, IPK Gatersleben Guenther, Manuela, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Fernie, Alisdair, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Stitt, Mark, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology P19017

Comparison of two plants for azo dye decolorization
Presenter: Kamat, Rohit Babli, Kansas State University, rohitbk@ksu.edu Davis, Lawrence, Kansas State University P19014

The plant metabolic network: plantcyc, aracyc and 4 new metabolic pathway databases for plant research . . . with more on the way

Comparative genomics-driven discovery of maize metabolic functions

Presenter: Frelin, Oceane, Horticultural Sciences Dept, University of Florida, ofrelin@ufl.edu Hasnain, Ghulam, Horticultural Sciences Dept,

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University of Florida Jeanguenin, Linda, University of Florida Lara-Núñez, Aurora, University of Florida Rodionov, Dmitri, Burnham Institute for Medical Research Osterman, Andrei, Burnham Institute for Medical Research Komarova, Nataliya, Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern Rentsch, Doris, Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern Agrimi, Gennaro, Dpt of Biosci, Biotechnol. & Pharmacological Sci., University of Bari Laera, Valentina, Dpt of Biosci, Biotechnol. & Pharmacological Sci., University of Bari Castegna, Alessandra, Dpt of Biosci, Biotechnol. & Pharmacological Sci., University of Bari Richardson, Lynn, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Guelph Mullen, Robert, Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Guelph Gerdes, Sveta, Mathematics & Computer Science Div., Argonne National Laboratory Lerma-Ortiz, Claudia, Microbiology & Cell Science Dept., University of Florida Gregory II, Jesse, Food Science & Human Nutrition Dept, University of Florida Palmieri, Ferdinando, Dpt of Biosci, Biotechnol. & Pharmacological Sci., University of Bari de Crecy-Lagard, Valérie, Microbiology & Cell Science Dept., University of Florida P19018 Berkeley National Lab Varanasi, Patanjali, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Sandia National Laboratory Benke, Peter, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Mukhopadhyay, Aindrila, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Singh, Seema, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Sandia National Laboratory Ralph, John, DOE Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, University of Madison Simmons, Blake, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Sandia National Laboratory Keasling, Jay, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Loque, Dominique, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

structural basis of plant glucan phosphatase activity in starch metabolism
Presenter: Meekins, David, University of Kentucky, dame222@uky.edu Gentry, Matthew, University of Kentucky Vander Kooi, Craig, University of Kentucky P19020

P19019

biochemical function of strictosidine synthases in Arabidopsis thaliana

identification and characterization of transporter mediating monolignol export in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Chung, Hwa-Jee, GenDocs Inc., hwajee@gendocs.co.kr Park, Jeong Ho, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Hanbat National Unive Lee, Yong-Woog, R&D Center, GenDocs Inc. Kim, Youn-Sung, R&D Center, GenDocs Inc. P19021

Presenter: Yang, Fan, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, fyang@lbl.gov Mitra, Prajakta, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Zheng, Kejian, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Sun, Lan, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Sandia National Laboratory Tobimatsu, Yuki, DOE Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, University of Madison Smith, Michelle, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Kim, JinSun, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Eudes, Aymerick, Joint Bioenergy Institue,Lawrence

fluorescence-tagged monolignols for delineating plant cell wall lignification: design, synthesis, and preliminary applications

Presenter: Tobimatsu, Yuki, University of WisconsinMadison, tobimatsu@wisc.edu Wagner, Armin, Scion Donaldson, Llyod, Scion Mitra, Prajakta, Joint BioEnergy Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Loque, Dominique, Joint BioEnergy Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Dima, Oana, VIB, Ghent University Niculaes , Claudiu, VIB, Ghent University Boerjan , Wout, VIB, Ghent University

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Poster 19 – Metabolism
Grabber, John, US Dairy Forage Research Center, USDA-ARS Ralph, John, University of Wisconsin-Madison P19022

The iplant collaborative: cyberinfrastructure for life sciences
Presenter: McKay, Sheldon, DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, mckays@cshl.edu Lyons, Eric, University of Arizona Hilgert, Uwe, University of Arizona Stanzione, Dan, Texas Advanced Computing Center, Universityof Texas Goff, Stephen, University of Arizona P20004

P20003

identification of sequence variation in a threonine synthase gene from natural populations of Medicago truncatula

Presenter: Mills, W. Ronald, University of HoustonClear Lake, mills@uhcl.edu Mills, W., University of Houston-Clear Lake Grusak, Michael, USDA-ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center, BCM Hong, Seung-Beom, University of Houston-Clear Lake Stephens, Brian, University of Houston-Clear Lake

imaging and analyzing structural and functional traits of plants with Mri-PET coregistration
Presenter: Jahnke, Siegfried, Forschungszentrum Juelich, s.jahnke@fz-juelich.de P20005

Poster 20 – new Model systems and Technological Advances
A genomic scale artificial micro rnA library as a tool to investigate the redundant gene space in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Hauser, Felix, UCSD, fhauser@ucsd.edu Chen, Wenxiao, UCSD Chang, Kenneth, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Fitz, Joffrey, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology Ossowski, Stephan, Centre de Regulació Genòmica Hannon, Greg, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Schroeder, Julian, UCSD P20002 P20001

A yeast chemical proteomic approach to identify targets of small bioactive molecules

Presenter: Le Clerc, Philippe, HYBRIGENICS Services SAS, pleclerc@hybrigenics.com Tafelmeyer, Petra, Hybrigenics Services SAS Gourdel, Marie-Edith, Hybrigenics Services SAS Gontard, Pierre, Hybrigenics Services SAS Bradley, Paul, Charnwood Molecular Ltd Blanc, Sylvain, Charnwood Molecular Ltd Cholay, Michael, Hybrigenics Services SAS Guimèse, Gisèle, Hybrigenics Services SAS Mckenzie, Mike, Charnwood Molecular Ltd Nasi, George, Charnwood Molecular Ltd Rain, Jean-Christophe, Hybrigenics Services SAS

virus-induced gene silencing to probe the function of genes expressed in cotton fiber
Presenter: Tuttle, John Richard, North Carolina State University, jrtuttle@ncsu.edu Robertson, Dominique, North Carolina State University Haigler, Candace, North Carolina State University P20007

P20006

label-free imaging of perfluorocarbons in Arabidopsis thaliana and Thellungiella salsuginea

Presenter: Littlejohn, George R., University of Exeter, G.R.Littlejohn@exeter.ac.uk Mansfield, Jessica, University of Exeter Moger, Julian, University of Exeter Love, John, University of Exeter

Closing the gaps between genomes and phenomes: high-throughput analysis of the plant epidermis
Presenter: Segura, Miranda Jean, University of Illinois-

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CU, mjneuhau@illinois.edu Jacobs, Thomas, University of Illinois University, berkley@wsu.edu Ariza, Lorenzo, Washington State University Kaines, Sarah, Australian National University Badger, Murray, Australian National University Cousins, Asaph, Washington State University

Poster 22 – Photosynthesis
P22001

Employing functional genomics to study the regulation of tetrapyrrole metabolism in the green microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Presenter: Mitra, Mautusi, University of West Georgia, mautusimitra59@gmail.com Grovenstein, Phillip, Univesity of West Georgia Schlicke, Hagen, Humboldt University Grimm, Bernhard, Humboldt University Wilson, Darryel, University of West Georgia Lankford, Kathryn, University of West Georgia Gaston, Kelsey, University of West Georgia Smith, Jacqueline, University of West Georgia P22002

Assembly of the light-harvesting chlorophyll antenna in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii requires expression of the TlA2-CpfTsy gene

P22005

Presenter: Kirst, Henning, UC Berkeley, henning. kirst@googlemail.com García-Cerdán, Jose, UC Berkeley Zurbriggen, Andreas, UC Berkeley Melis, Anastasios, UC Berkeley P22006

A new fluorescence-based method to monitor the ph in the thylakoid lumen using GfP variants
P22007

Presenter: Liu, Li, UC.DAVIS, yulialiuli@gmail.com

Excitonic flow in phycobiliprotein assembly antenna system of Acaryochloris Marina

Presenter: nganou assonkeng, albertcollins, TU Berlin, nganoucollins@gmail.com P22003

Mitochondrial alternative oxidases (Aox1a and Aox2) can functionally substitute for plastid terminal oxidase (PTox) in Arabidopsis chloroplasts
Presenter: Rodermel, Steven, Iowa State University, rodermel@iastate.edu Fu, Aigen, UC- Berkeley Luan, Sheng, UC-Berkeley Kambakam, Sekhar, Iowa State University Liu, Huiying, Iowa State University Yu, Fei, Northwest A&F University Rodermel, Steven, Iowa State University P22008

MAP-pathway is impaired in PGr5 mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Takagi, Daisuke, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Kobe University, daisuke.plant.res@gmail.com Suzuki, Yuji, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University Amako, Katsumi, Faculty of Nutrition, Kobegakuin University Makino, Amane, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku University Sugimoto, Toshio, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Kobe University Fukayama, Hiroshi, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Kobe University Miyake, Chikahiro, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Kobe University P22004

Efficiency of the Co2 concentrating mechanism in the single-cell C4 plant bienertia sinuspersici under light limited growth conditions
Presenter: Stutz, Samantha, Washington State University, samantha.stutz@email.wsu.edu Edwards, Gerry, Washington State University Cousins, Asaph, Washington State University P22009

Comparing the in vivo parameters for temperature response models of photosynthesis of Tobacco and Arabidopsis
Presenter: Walker, Berkley, Washington State

integrated functional genomics of Crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) in the common ice plant (Mesembryanthemum

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Poster 22 – Photosynthesis
crystallinum l.).
Presenter: Cushman, John C, University of Nevada, Reno, jcushman@unr.edu P22010

strategy to isolate and characterize Arabidopsis mutants with optimal photosynthetic efficiency under elevated Co2 conditions
Presenter: Nagano, Soichiro, Tohoku University, naganosoichiro@gmail.com Kawamura, Kana, Tohoku University Chiba, Motoko, Tohoku University Ozaki, Hiroshi, Tohoku University Fujii, Nobuharu, Tohoku University Hikosaka, Kouki, Tohoku University Takahashi, Hideyuki, Tohoku University P22015

P22014

roles of starch and sucrose synthesis in preventing feedback limitations of photosynthesis and in hexokinase signaling
Presenter: Sharkey, Thomas, Michigan State University, tsharkey@msu.edu Yang, Jennifer, Michigan State University and Wellesley College Weise, Sean, Michigan State University P22011

light intensity-dependent modulation of Chlorophyll b biosynthesis and photosynthesis by overexpression of Chlorophyllide a oxygenase (CAo) in tobacco

functional characterization of a plastidic protein, PKT, suggests involvement in photosystem ii maintenance/repair in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Tripathy, Baishnab, Ravenshaw University, bctripathy@mail.jnu.ac.in P22012

Presenter: Bhuiyan, Nazmul, Cornell University, nazmul.bhuiyan@yahoo.com Kim, Chanhong, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Poliakov, Anton, Cornell University van Wijk, Klaas, Cornell University P22016

Engineered Arabidopsis large subunit can assemble with Chlamydomonas small subunit to produce functional hybrid rubisco

Presenter: Xu, Fuqiao, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, fxu3@unl.edu Lim, Boon Hoe, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Spreitzer, Robert, University of Nebraska-Lincoln P22013

Apparent insensitivity of mesophyll Co2 conductance to leaf hydraulics in highly transpiring hybrid poplar clones exposed to soil drying
Presenter: Theroux Rancourt, Guillaume, Department of Plant Sciences, Université Laval, guillaume.therouxrancourt.1@ulaval.ca Ethier, Gilbert, Department of Plant Sciences, Université Laval Pepin, Steeve, Department of Soil and Agri-Food Engineering, Université Laval P22017

Photosynthetic compensatory mechanisms in immutans
Presenter: Putarjunan, Aarthi, Department of Genetics,Development,Cell Biology; Iowa State University, aarthi@iastate.edu Fu, Aigen, Department of Plant & Microbial Biology, UC Berkeley Liu, Huiying, Department of Genetics, Development,Cell Biology; Iowa State University Rodermel, Steve, Department of Genetics, Development, Cell Biology; Iowa State University

use of the Arabidopsis immutans mutant as a tool to investigate retrograde signals during changes in plastid redox status
Presenter: Foudree, Andrew, Iowa State, afoudree@gmail.com P22018

Addressing the oxygen isotope discrepancy between C3 and C4 plants

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Presenter: Ritter, Jeff, Washington State University, jeff.ritter@email.wsu.edu P22019

C4 photosynthesis in rice (oryza sativa): Modeling the impact of C3 rubisco kinetics on the capacity of C4 photosynthesis
Presenter: Boyd, Ryan, Washington State University, ryan.boyd@wsu.edu Cousins, Asaph, Washington State University

Cassava about-fACE: Greater than expected yield stimulation of cassava (Manihot esculenta) by future Co2 levels
Presenter: Rosenthal, David M, USDA and University of Illinois, drdr1@uiuc.edu Slattery, Rebecca, University of Illinois Miller, Rebecca, Monash University Cavagnaro, Tim, Monash University Gleadow, Roslyn, Monash University Grennan, Aleel, University of Illinois Fauquet, Claude, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Ort, Donald, USDA and University of Illinois P23005

P23004

Poster 23 – Plants and Climate Change
P23001

Quantifying gaps in understanding of crop and ecosystem responses to elevated Co2
Presenter: Bishop, Kristen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, kabisho2@illinois.edu Leakey, Andrew, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Ainsworth, Elizabeth, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USDA ARS P23002

A comparison of GhG emission and microflora dynamics during tomato repeated cultivation with rockwool and soil system in greenhouse
Presenter: Shin-nosuke, Hashida, CRIEPI, shashida@criepi.denken.or.jp Yoshihara, Toshihiro, CRIEPI Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi, CRIEPI Gotoh, Fumiyuki, CRIEPI Shoji, Kazuhiro, CRIEPI P23006

drought stress impact on photosynthesis and isoprene emission of oak species in urban and rural areas of Texas
Presenter: Barta, Csengele, Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, csengele.barta@tamu.edu Gramann, Jonathan, Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences White, Stephanie, Texas A&M University, Department of Chemistry Schade, Gunnar, Texas A&M University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences P23003

limiting nitrogen availability diminishes, but does not eliminate, the stimulation of leaf respiration by elevated carbon dioxide concentration
Presenter: Markelz, Cody, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, markelz@illinois.edu Markelz, R.J. Cody, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign Lai, Lisa, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Leakey, Andrew, University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign P23007

Comparative transcriptomics implicates glutathione as a key regulator of ozone tolerance in legume crops
Presenter: Yendrek, Craig, USDA ARS, Craig.Yendrek@ARS.USDA.GOV Koester, Robert, University of Illinois Ainsworth, Elizabeth, USDA ARS

Genomic regions responsible for altered reproductive characteristics of Arabidopsis thaliana grown at elevated carbon dioxide
Presenter: Healy, Briena, Saint Joseph’s University, briena.healy@gmail.com Springer, Clint, Saint Joseph’s University

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Poster 23 – Plants and Climate Change
P23008

Poster 24 – Plants and human health
P24001

re-evaluating the role of ascorbic acid and phenolic glycosides in ozone scavenging in the leaf apoplast of Arabidopsis thaliana l.
Presenter: Booker, Fitzgerald L., USDA - Agricultural Research Service, fitz.booker@ars.usda.gov Booker, Fitzgerald, USDA/ARS Plant Science Research P23009

high and low artemisinin chemotypes in Artemisia annua explained by differences in the amorpha-4,11-diene oxidase CyP71Av1
Presenter: Ting, Hieng-Ming, Wageningen University, jimmytinghm@gmail.com Rydén, Anna-Margareta, Wageningen University Woittiez , Lotte, Wageningen University van Herpen, Teun, Wageningen University Verstappen , Francel, Wageningen University Ruyter-Spira, Carolien, Wageningen University Beekwilder, Jules, Wageningen University van der Krol, Sander, Wageningen University Bouwmeester, Harro, Wageningen University P24002

Title: Will we murder our murderous plants? A phyloclimatic answer.

Presenter: Schwallier, Rachel M, NCB Naturalis & Hortus botanicus of Leiden University, schwalra@gmail.com Gravendeel, Barbara, NCB Naturalis Raes, Niels, Leiden University van Vugt, Rogier, Hortus botanicus of Leiden University P23010

Characteization of the Antibacterial Qualities of Moringa oleifera

impact of elevated temperature and [Co2] on leaf hydraulic conductance in soybean
Presenter: Locke, Anna M, University of Illinois, annamlocke@gmail.com Ort, Donald, USDA-ARS Sack, Lawren, University of California, Los Angeles P23011

Presenter: Miller, Grace, Indiana Wesleyan University, grace.miller@indwes.edu Miller, Grace, Indiana Wesleyan University Caulkins, Korey, Indiana Wesleyan University P24003

A dnA barcoding approach to species authentication and validation of actaea racemosa (black cohosh)

Will eating kale become less healthy as climate changes?

Presenter: Lopez-Nieves, Samuel, University of New Mexico, samuellopeznieves@hotmail.com Glew, Robert, University of New Mexico Mobarak, Charlotte, University of New Mexico Hanson, David, University of New Mexico

Presenter: Osano, Anne A, Bowie State University, aosano@bowiestate.edu Osano, Anne, Bowie State University Fraser, Chanea, Bowiestate Univesity Vaughan, Akinola, Bowie State University Spiering , Martin, Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research, University System Eisenstein,, Edward, Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research, University System P24004

A Peptide isolated from ipomoea batatas leaves inhibits Cellular Proliferation of Carcinoma Cells

Presenter: Chen, Yu-Chi, National Kaohsiung Normal University, ycc5417@nknucc.nknu.edu.tw Chang, Vincent, Taipei Medical University Yang, Diane, National Kaohsiung Normal University

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Pearce, Gregory, Washington State University P24005

synthetic antimicrobial peptides to control Mycotoxigenic fungi

Poster 25 – Plants interacting with other organisms
P25001

Presenter: Rajasekaran, Kanniah, USDA-ARS-SRRC, Rajah.Rajasekaran@ars.usda.gov Cary, Jeffrey, USDA-ARS-SRRC Jaynes, Jesse, Tuskegee University Bhatnagar, Deepak, USDA-ARS-SRRC

Effect of oPdA in the helicoverpa armigera and characterization of glutathione s-transferases involved in isomerization of oPdA

Quantification of the in vitro effects of four new world Acacia extracts on hiv-1 reverse transcription

P24006

Presenter: Medlin, Jennifer, Texas A&M International University, themedlin5@sbcglobal.net Medlin, Jennifer, Texas A&M International University Ynalvez, Ruby, Texas A&M International University P24007

Presenter: Shabab, Mohammed, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, peptech@gmail.com Khan , Sher Afzal, Max Plank Institue for Chemical Ecology Vogel, Heiko, Max Plank Institue for Chemical Ecology Boland, Wilhelm, Max Plank Institue for Chemical Ecology P25002

sustainable conservation, improvement, and nutraceutical use of Mexican oregano (Poliomintha glabrescens Gray)
Presenter: García Pérez, Enrique, Tecnologico de Monterrey, enrique.garcia@itesm.mx Gutiérrez Uribe, Janet, Tecnologico de Monterrey García Lara, Silverio, Tecnologico de Monterrey P24008

upregulation of photosynthesis, and downregulation of stress defense, is the response of Arabidopsis shoots to intraspecific competion

Presenter: Geisler, Matt, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, mgeisler@plant.siu.edu Gibson, David, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Lindsey, Kenneth, Theobroma Farm LLC Millar , Katherine, Miami University Wood, Andreq, Southern Illinois University Carbondale P25003

Analysis of the antimicrobial activities of Phyllanthus amarus and Phyllanthus fraternus

Presenter: Alaniz, Ignacio Ramon, Texas A&M International University, iralaniz3@dusty.tamiu.edu Ynalvez, Ruby, Texas A&M International University Addo-Mensah, Alfred, Texas A&M International University P24009

how does the plant say no more? A molecular genetic approach to the autoregulation of nodulation

Presenter: Frugoli, Julia, Genetics & Biochemistry, jfrugol@clemson.edu Schnabel, Elise, Clemson University Kassaw, Tessema, Clemson University P25004

flavonoids of satsuma mandarin stimulate mammalian cells proliferation

Presenter: Sasaki, Izumi, Oyama national college of technology, sasaki@oyama-ct.ac.jp Yoshizawa, Miwano, Oyama national college of technology

belowground conspiracies: Plant defense and beneficial microbes
Presenter: Bais, Harsh, University of Delaware, hbais@udel.edu P25005

dissecting (Aggie) with high-throughput genetic screen and next-generation sequencing-enabled gene discovery
Presenter: Cheng, Cheng, Texas A&M University,

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ccesm@tamu.edu Li, Fangjun, Texas A&M University Babilonia, Kevin, University of Puerto Rico Intorne , Aline, Texas A&M University De. Oliveira, Marcos, Texas A&M University Shan, Libo, Texas A&M University He, Ping, Texas A&M University P25006 Nicaise, Valerie, The Sainsbury Laboratory Ntoukakis, Vardis, The Sainsbury Laboratory Zipfel, Cyril, The Sainsbury Laboratory

building a model system for plant pathobiology: brachypodium is and isn’t Arabidopsis
Presenter: Scholthof, Karen-Beth G., Texas A&M University, kbgs@tamu.edu Lyons, Christopher, Texas A&M University P25011

P25010

functional characterization of the Medicago truncatula niP/lATd protein

Presenter: Salehin, Mohammad, University of North Texas, MohammadSalehin@my.unt.edu Bagchi, Rammyani, University of North Texas Huang, Ying-Sheng, University of North Texas Wattron, Bailey, University of North Texas Dickstein, Rebecca, University of North Texas P25007

Aflatoxin contamination and their toxicity levels in Coriandrum, Cuminum, foenicumum, Trachyspermum, and Piper plant sp.

Presenter: Saxena, Dr. Neeti, OU College for Women, neetiasthana@yahoo.co.in Udayasree, Yennawaram, Osmania University College for Women Rani, Shiva, Osmania University College for Women P25012

Testing the potential of fungal endophytes to improve plant productivity. interactions between cotton and Paecilomyces sp
Presenter: Ek Ramos, Maria Julissa, Texas A & M University, ekramos@tamu.edu Ek-Ramos, Maria Julissa, Texas A & M University Castillo, Diana, Texas A & M University Valencia, Cesar, Texas A & M University Sword, Gregory, Texas A & M University P25008

Plant versus pathogen: a tug of war for food

Presenter: Frommer, Wolf B., Carnegie Institution for Science, wfrommer@carnegiescience.edu Chen, Li-Qing, Carnegie Institution for Science Sosso, Davide, Carnegie Institution for Science White, Frank, Kansas State University Lin, I, Carnegie Institution for Science Qu, Xiao Qing, Carnegie Institution for Science P25013

insect salivary signals modulate plant defense responses

Presenter: Louis, Joe, Pennsylvania State University, jml65@psu.edu Luthe, Dawn, Pennsylvania State University Felton, Gary, Pennsylvania State University P25009

Gibberellin-dEllA signaling: A key component in establishing functional arbuscular mycorrhizas

The novel short lrr-rK sEl is a positive regulator of PAMP-triggered immunity
Presenter: Macho, Alberto P, The Sainsbury Laboratory, alberto.macho@sainsbury-laboratory.ac.uk

Presenter: Floss, Daniela S, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, dsf73@cornell.edu Levy, Julien, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Park, Hee-Jin, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Carley, Lauren, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Harrison, Maria, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research

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P25014

A comprehensive mutational analysis of the Arabidopsis broad-spectrum resistance protein rpw8.2 reveals key elements for defense and trafficking
Presenter: Wang, Wenming, Rice Research Institute, Sichuan Agricultural Uninversity, j316wenmingwang@sicau.edu.cn Wen, Yingqiang, College of Horticulture and College of Life Sciences, Northwest A&F Un Ma, Xianfeng, Rice Research Institute, Sichuan Agricultural University Berkey, Robert, IBBR and Dep. of Plant Sci. and Landsc. Arch., University of Maryland Zhang, Yi, IBBR and Dep. of Plant Sci. and Landsc. Arch., University of Maryland Xiao, Shunyuan, IBBR and Dep. of Plant Sci. and Landsc. Arch., University of Maryland P25015

zpeng@k-state.edu White, FranK, Kansas State University

Auxin promotes susceptibility to Pseudomonas syringae by suppressing salicylic acid-mediated defenses

P25018

Presenter: Mutka, Andrew M, Washington University, ammutka@wustl.edu Kunkel, Barbara, Washington University P25019

Genome-wide association studies of gene expression phenotypes to identify novel loci important for arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

GroEl from the endosymbiont buchnera aphidicola is present in aphid saliva and is recognized by plant defenses
Presenter: Chaudhary, Ritu, University of California, Riverside, rchau001@ucr.edu Atamian, Hagop, University of California Shen, Zhouxin, University of California Briggs, Steven, University of California Kaloshian, Isgouhi, University of California P25016

Presenter: Bhattarai, Kishor K, Boyce Thompson Institute at Cornell University, bkk33@cornell.edu Plotkowski, Derek, Boyce Thompson Institute at Cornell University Schultz, Darrin, Oberlin College Stanton-Geddes, John, University of Minnesota Tiffin, Peter, University of Minnesota Harrison, Maria, Boyce Thompson Institute at Cornell University P25020

lipid signals govern outcome during plantfungal interactions
Presenter: Borrego, Eli James, Texas A&M University, eli.borrego@gmail.com Clemente, Carina, Texas A&M University Kolomiets, Michael, Texas A&M University P25021

Constitutive activation of the receptor-like kinase, niK, impairs translation and confers broad-spectrum tolerance to begomovirus infection
Presenter: Fontes, Elizabeth, Universidade Federal de Vicosa, bbfontes@ufv.br Fontes, Elizabeth, Universiade Federal de Vicosa Brustolini, Otavio, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Cordoria-Apfata, Jorge, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Coco, Daniela, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Zorzatto, Cristiane, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Lopes, Kenia, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Ramos, Humberto, Universidade Federal de Vicosa Santos, Anesia, Universidade Federal de Vicosa P25017

EdTs1 (Edr2 suPPrEssor 1), a receptorlike protein kinase regulates plant innate immunity

Presenter: Tang, Dingzhong, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sc, dztang@genetics.ac.cn Shi, Hua, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, CAS P25022

Analysis of host gene expression in rice upon challenge by strain Axo1947 of xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae
Presenter: Peng, Zhao, Kansas State University,

Constitutive and induced defenses are differentially affected by JA deficiency in tomato plants

Presenter: Stintzi, Annick, University of Hohenheim, annick.stintzi@uni-hohenheim.de Bosch, Marko, University of Hohenheim Wasternack, Claus, Leibniz Institute of Plant

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Biochemistry Wright, Louwrance, Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena Gershenzon, Jonathan, Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena Schaller, Andreas, University of Hohenheim P25023 Meents, Miranda, University of Alberta Boychuk, Stephanie, University of Alberta Cooke, Janice, University of Alberta

long distance signaling: a mechanism for nodule regulation in Medicago truncatula
Presenter: Kassaw, Tessema K, clemson university, kassaw@clemson.edu Schnabel, Elise, clemson university Frugoli, Julia, clemson university P25028

P25027

interacting partners of the sunn symbiotic regulatory kinase
Presenter: Crook, Ashley, Clemson University, azearfo@clemson.edu Schnabel, Elise, Clemson.edu Frugoli, Julia, Clemson University P25024

Priming natural defences as a method for crop protection
Presenter: Holroyd, Geoff H, Lancaster University, g.holroyd@lancaster.ac.uk Worrall, Dawn, Lancaster University Taylor, Jane, Lancaster University Paul, Nigel, Lancaster University Moore, Jason, Lancaster University Croft, Patricia, Stockbridge Technology Centre Roberts, Michael, Lancaster University P25029

nematode dispersal is regulated by an evolutionary conserved nematode communication system

Presenter: Kaplan, Fatma, USDA-ARS, fkaplan@ufl.edu Alborn, Hans, USDA-ARS von Reuss, Stephan, Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University Schroeder, Frank, Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University P25025

Mechanisms of long-lasting priming for plant defense
Presenter: Worrall, Dawn, Lancaster University, d.worrall@lancaster.ac.uk Holroyd, Geoff, Lancaster University Glowacz, Marcin, Harper-Adams Taylor, Jane, Lancaster University Paul, Nigel, Lancaster University Roberts, Michael, Lancaster University P25030

novel functions of secretory pathways and endoplasmic reticulum stress in plant immunity

Presenter: Mukhtar, Karolina, University of Alabama at Birmingham, kmukhtar@uab.edu Mukhtar, Karolina, University of Alabama at Birmingham P25026

Abietane diterpenoid: a signaling function in plant defense
Presenter: Shah, Jyoti, University of North Texas, shah@unt.edu Chaturvedi, Ratnesh, University of North Texas Venables, Barney, University of North Texas Petros, Robby, University of North Texas P25031

Tree defenses to mountain pine beetle and its associated fungi G. clavigera
Presenter: Arango-Velez, Adriana L, University of Alberta, adrianaa@ualberta.ca Galindo, Leonardo, University of Alberta Copeland, Charles, University of Alberta

Expression of turnip mosaic virus proteins alters Myzus persicae biology on host plants

Presenter: Casteel, Clare L., Boyce Thompson Institute

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for Plant Research, clc269@cornell.edu DeJong, Hannah, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Jander, Georg, Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research P25032 Yong, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA John, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA David, USDA-ARS-Plant Science Research Unit Andrew, University of California-Berkeley

The role of salivary proteins in aphid-plant interactions
Presenter: Elzinga, Dezi, Cornell University, dae46@cornell.edu Jander, Georg, Boyce Thompson Institute P25033

Microbe-associated molecular patterns (MAMP)-triggered root responses mediate beneficial rhizobacterial recruitment in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Lakshmanan, Venkatachalam venkatachalam, university of delaware, venki@udel.edu Kitto, Sherry, University of Delaware Caplan, Jeffrey, Delaware Biotechnology Institute Bais, Harsh, university of Delaware P25037

P25036

Expression of a-dioxygenase1 influences plant host susceptibility to aphids
Presenter: Avila, Carlos A, University of Arkansas, cavila@uark.edu Arevalo-Soliz, Lirio, Baylor College of Medicine Goggin, Fiona, University of Arkansas P25034

CrT1 participates in multiple levels of plant immunity, is nuclear localized, and is a member of the MorC ATPase superfamily
Presenter: Kang, Hong Gu, Texas State University-San Marcos, kang@txstate.edu Choi, Hyong Woo, Boyce Thompson Institute Manosalva, Patricia, Boyce Thompson Institute Kachroo, Pradeep, University of Kentucky von Einem, Sabrina, Justus Liebig University Giessen Kogel, Karl-Heinz, Justus Liebig University Giessen Klessig, Daniel, Boyce Thompson Institute P25035

viral synergism and host interactions in brachypodium distachyon

Presenter: Mandadi, Kranthi, Texas A&M University, kmandadi@bio.tamu.edu Scholthof, Karen-Beth, Texas A&M University P25038

Plants defend themselves against herbivore and fungal attack by using the circadian clock to control jasmonate levels
Presenter: Goodspeed, Danielle, Rice University, dmg1@rice.edu Chehab, Wassim, Rice University Min-Venditti, Amelia, Rice University Covington, Michael, Rice University Braam, Janet, Rice University P25039

Cloning barley stripe mosaic virus resistance gene bsr1 from brachypodium and its interaction with bsmv

Presenter: Liu, Zhiyong, China Agricultural University, zhiyongliu@cau.edu.cn Cui, Yu, China Agricultural University Yan, Lijie, China Agricultural University Lee, Mi Yeon, University of California-Berkeley Huo, Naxin, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Bragg, Jennifer, USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Albany, CA Yuan, Cheng, China Agricultural University Holditch, Sara, University of California-Berkeley Luo, Ming-Chen, University of California-Davis Li, Dawei, China Agricultural University Yu, Jialin, China Agricultural University

brachypodium as a model for investigations of nonhost resistance to stem rust

Presenter: Garvin, David F, USDA-ARS Plant Science Research Unit, david.garvin@ars.usda.gov P25040

Argonautes and antiviral silencing in nicotiana benthamiana

Presenter: Alvarado, Veria Y, Texas A&M University, valvarado@tamu.edu Odokonyero, Denis, Texas A&M University Scholthof, Herman, Texas A&M University

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P25041

induction of apoplastic caspase- 3 like activity attributable to a subtilisin likeprotease in potato- Phytophthora infestans interaction
Presenter: Daleo, Gustavo, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP, grdaleo@mdp.edu.ar Fernández*, María Belén, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP Lamenza*, Pamela, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP Daleo, Gustavo, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP Guevara, Gabriela, IIB-CONICET-UNMdP P25045

P25044

Tyrosine phosphorylation of the Arabidopsis receptor kinase bAK1 regulates herbivory through the accumulation and hydrolysis of glucosinolates
Presenter: Kim, Hyoung Seok, Department of Plant Biology, University of Illinois, hkim58@illinois.edu Oh, Man-Ho, Department of Plant BIology, University of Illinois Zielinski, Raymond, Department of Plant Biology, University of Illinois Huber, Steve, US. Department of Agriculture, ARS, University of Illinois P25042

roles of Plant Elicitor Peptides and their cognate PEPr receptors

Characterization of defense responses induced in grain amaranth by exogenous bTh, methyl jasmonate and an avirulent interaction
Presenter: Casarrubias-Castillo, Kena, CINVESTAV, kkeennaa@gmail.com Martínez Gallargo, Norma, CINVESTAV Délano-Frier, John, CINVESTAV P25043

Presenter: Huffaker, Alisa, USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural & Veterinary Entomology, alisa. huffaker@ars.usda.gov Yamaguchi, Yube, Univeristy of Hokkaido Friman, Karina, University of Florida Schmelz, Eric, USDA-ARS CMAVE P25046

mirnA mediated regulation during aphid herbivory in susceptible and resistant interactions in melon

identification and analysis of disease resistance genes from tea in response to Exobasidium vexans

Presenter: Sattar, Sampurna, The Pennsylvania State University, sus56@psu.edu Anstead, James, The Pennsylvania State University Sunkar, Ramanjulu, Oklahoma State University Thompson, Gary, The Pennsylvania State University P25047

Presenter: AGARWALA, NIRAJ, Tocklai Experimental Station, niru23@sify.com Gohain, Bornali, Tocklai Experimental Station Bhorali, Priyadarshni, Tocklai Experimental Station Bhattacharyya, Neelakshi, Tocklai Experimental Station Bharalee, Raju, Tocklai Experimental Station Bandyopadhyay, Tirthankar, Tocklai Experimental Station Gupta, Sushmita, Handique Girls College Chakroborty, Setu, Tocklai Experimental Station Borchetia, Sangeeta, J.B.College Deka, Manab, Gauhati University Das, Sudripta, Tocklai Experimental Station

root herbivory: The maize transcriptome upon infestation by southern corn rootworm. is there a role for AbA in the infestation regulon?
Presenter: Lawrence, Susan D, USDA-ARS, susan. lawrence@ars.usda.gov Novak, Nicole, USDA-ARS El Kayal, Walid, University of Alberta Cooke, Janice, University of Alberta P25048

Possible implication of another Argonaute protein in the defense against the Potato virus x
Presenter: Brosseau, Chantal, université de Sherbrooke, chantal.brosseau@usherbrooke.ca

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Moffett, Peter, Université de Sherbrooke P25049 Texas at Tyler, skgomezv@gmail.com Silva, Melecio, The University of Texas at Tyler Reese, Dominica, The University of Texas at Tyler

influence of fatty acid desaturases and oxylipins on plant interactions with aphids
Presenter: Goggin, Fiona, University of Arkansas, fgoggin@uark.edu Avila, Carlos, University of Arkansas Chen, Zhaorigetu, University of Arkansas Li, Jiamei, University of Arkansas P25050

fall armyworm (spodoptera frugiperda) saliva is an important elicitor of herbivore defenses in maize
Presenter: Chuang, Wen-Po, Penn State University, wxc212@psu.edu Peiffer, Michelle, Penn State University Felton, Gary, Penn State University Luthe, Dawn, Penn State University P25056

P25055

Phosphorylation and ubiquitination of immune sensory complexes in plant innate immune signaling
Presenter: Lin, Wenwei, Texas A&M, wwlin2011@gmail.com Lu, Dongping, Texas A&M He, Ping, Texas A&M Shan, Libo, Texas A&M P25051

Arabidopsis lox5 activity in roots promotes aphid performance on foliage

sAG101 forms a ternary complex with Eds1 and PAd4 and is required for resistance signaling against turnip crinkle virus
Presenter: Kachroo, Pradeep, University of Kentucky, apkach2@uky.edu Zhu, Shifeng, University of Kentucky Jeong, Rae-Dong, University of Kentucky Lapchyk, Ludmila, University of Kentucky Kachroo, Aardra, University of Kentucky P25052

Presenter: Nalam, Vamsi, University of North Texas, vamsi@unt.edu Keeretaweep, Jantana, University of North Texas Sarowar, Sujon, University of North Texas Shah, Jyoti, University of North Texas P25057

brachypodium distachyon-pathogen interactions: exploring the cell wall barrier and defence-related compounds
Presenter: Buanafina, Marcia de Oliveira, Pennsylvania State University, mmb26@psu.edu Sandoya, German, Pennsylvania State University Sharma, Mandeep, Pennsylvania State University P25058

Avrb-dependent phosphorylation disrupts binding of Gmrin4b with the soybean resistance protein rpg1-b
Presenter: Kachroo, Aardra, University of Kentucky, apkach2@uky.edu Selote, Devarshi, University of Kentucky P25053

Effect of salicylic acid on h2o2 metabolism and canker development during grapefruit (Citrus paradisi Macfad.) -xanthomonas citri pv. citri interactio
Presenter: Kumar, Naveen, Univeristy of Florida, naveenkumar@ufl.edu Ebel, Robert, University of Florida Roberts, Pamela, University of Florida P25059

The bacterial wilt pathogen, ralstonia solanacearum: Effector proteins and plant root responses
Presenter: Mitra, Raka M, Carleton College, rmitra@carleton.edu P25054

biochemistry of plant class iv chitinases and fungal chitinase-modifying proteins

Tritrophic interactions among Arbuscular Mycorrhizal fungi, plants, and aphids

Presenter: Naumann, Todd A., USDA-ARS-NCAUR, todd.naumann@ars.usda.gov Wicklow, Donald, USDA-ARS-NCAUR Price, Neil, USDA-ARS-NCAUR

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P25060 cris.argueso@colostate.edu Hajdu, Dawn, Colorado State University Kieber, Joseph, University of North Carolina Bush, Daniel, Colorado State University

Plant probiotics: the role of rhizobacteria in rice growth promotion and defense against Magnaporthe oryzae
Presenter: Alff, Emily, University of Delaware / DE Biotechnology Institute, ealff@udel.edu Spence, Carla, University of Delaware / DE Biotechnology Institute Donofrio, Nicole, University of Delaware Hanson, Thomas, University of Delaware / DE Biotechnology Institute Bais, Harsh, University of Delaware / DE Biotechnology Institute P25061

Plant responses to hidden herbivores: European corn borer (ECb; ostrinia nubilalis) attack on maize induces both defense and susceptibility
Presenter: Schmelz, Eric, USDA-ARS CMAVE, eric.schmelz@ars.usda.gov Dafoe, Nicole, USDA-ARS CMAVE Huffaker, Alisa, USDA-ARS CMAVE Shirk, Paul, USDA-ARS CMAVE Vaughan, Martha, USDA-ARS Teal, Peter, USDA-ARS CMAVE P25065

P25064

links between the cell wall and powdery mildew disease resistance in Arabidopsis

Chemical genomics of the plant immune system and development of novel nonbiocidal reduced risk-pesticides

Presenter: Cherk, Candice, Dept Plant & Microbial Biology, UC Berkeley, candicecherk@berkeley.edu Verhertbruggen, Yves, Joint BioEnergy Institute Szemenyei, Heidi, Energy Biosciences Institute, Dept Plant & Microbial Bio, UC Berkeley Dotson, Bradley, Dept Plant & Microbial Biology, UC Berkeley Scheller, Henrik, Joint BioEnergy Institute Somerville, Chris, Energy Biosciences Institute, Dept Plant & Microbial Bio, UC Berkeley Somerville, Shauna, Energy Biosciences Institute, Dept Plant & Microbial Bio, UC Berkeley P25062

Presenter: Bektas, Yasemin, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Uni. of California, Riverside, ybekt001@ucr.edu Knoth, Colleen, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Uni. of California, Riverside Baig, Ayesha, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Uni. of California, Riverside Kaloshian, Isgouhi, Department of Nematology, University of California, Riverside Eulgem, Thomas, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Uni. of California, Riverside Rodriguez-Salus, Melinda, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Uni. of California, Riverside P25066

Medicago truncatula niP/lATd protein transports nitrate

Presenter: Bagchi, Rammyani, University of north texas, rammyanibagchi@my.unt.edu Dickstein, Rebecca, UNT P25063

The Actin depolymerising factor 3 gene is required for controlling green peach aphid infestation in Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Mondal, Hossain A, University of North Texas, hossain.mondal@unt.edu P25067

The interplay between cytokinin and salicylic acid signaling coordinates activation of defense priming in Arabidopsis

screening of Pi and avr genes in the rice-M. oryzae pathosystem from Argentina
Presenter: Salerno, Graciela L., Fundación para Investigaciones Biológicas Aplicadas - FIBA, gsalerno@fiba.org.ar

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Giarrocco, Laura, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas - FIBA Consolo, V Fabiana, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas - FIBA Salerno, Graciela, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas - FIBA P25068

determining the virulence function of the hopAf1 family of P. syringae type iii effectors

P25073

development of disease resistant poplar trees using transformation approaches
Presenter: Xu, Yi, Clemson University, yix@clemson.edu Thammannagowda, Shiv, Clemson University Xu, Yi, Clemson University Liang, Haiying, Clemson University P25069

Presenter: Washington, Erica J, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, erica_washington@med.unc.edu Mukhtar, Shahid, University of Alabama Dangl, Jeff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill P25074

identification and genetic characterization of a defense related transcription factor Ain2 in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Wu, Shuchi, Virginia Tech, shuchiwu@gmail.com Zhou, Changhe, Virginia Tech Cheng, Qiang, Virginia Tech Zhao, Bingyu, Virginia Tech P25075

nitrogen-fixing endophyte populations in local plant species and re-infection effects in non-native hosts
Presenter: Jareczek, Josef, Bellarmine University, jjareczek01@bellarmine.edu P25070

improved virus resistance by site direct mutagenesis of ry gene in solanum tuberosum

nitrogen-fixing endophytes found in the stems of local trees and their introduction into crop plants
Presenter: Jareczek, Josef J., Bellarmine University, jjareczek01@bellarmine.edu Lau, Joann, Bellarmine University Robinson, Dave, Bellarmine University P25076

Presenter: Cheong, Hyeongsook, Chosun University, hscheong@chosun.ac.kr Kim, Seongsim, Chosun University Park, Jaeyoung, Chosun University Choi, Hakjoon, Chosun University Cheong, Hyeonsook, Chosun University P25071

The role of sucrose cycling for the infection and development of the cyst nematode heterodera schachtii
Presenter: Cabello, Susana, BOKU, susana.cabello@boku.ac.at Hofmann, Julia, BOKU P25077

The role of quorum sensing in the symbiotic interaction between sinorhizobium meliloti and alfalfa

Presenter: Rinaudi Marron, Luciana V., University of Texas at Dallas, lvr061000@utdallas.edu Gonzalez, Juan, University of Texas at Dallas P25072

Adults of bemisia tabaci contribute to the survival and development of their offspring by altering plant-responses.
Presenter: Estrada-Hernandez, Maria Gloria, Penn State University, mue4@psu.edu Felton, Gary, Department of Entomology, Penn State University P25078

Exploring the function of mechanosensitive channels during root-knot nematode infection of Arabidopsis thaliana
Presenter: Marella, Heather H, Bridgewater State University, hmarella@bridgew.edu Wilson, Margaret, Washington University Shortt, Katherine, Washington University Taylor, Christopher, The Ohio State University Haswell, Elizabeth, Washington University

role of cytokinin receptors during symbiotic root nodule organogenesis in lotus japonicus

Presenter: Miri, Mandana, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario, smiri3@uwo.ca

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Hou, Hongwei, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, London, Ontario Held, Mark, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, London, Ontario Huynh, Cristian, Department of Biology, University of Western Ontario Perry, Jillian, Johon Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park Coleny Wang, Trevor, Johon Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park Coleny Sszczyglowski, Krzysztof, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, London, Ontario P25079

role of a putative protein kinase PCK in defense responses

P25081

Presenter: Sreekanta, Suma, University of Minnesota, sreek002@umn.edu Peethambaran, Bela, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Tsuda, Kenichi, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne Wang, Lin, Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University Katagiri, Fumiaki, University of Minnesota Glazebrook, Jane, University of minnesota P25082

Phaseolus vulgaris innate immune response to hemibiotrophic fungal pathogens
Presenter: Oblessuc, Paula Rodrigues, University of Campinas, parobl@gmail.com Borges, Aline, University of Sao Paulo Tsai, Siu Mui, University of Sao Paulo Caldas, Danielle, University of Sao Paulo Camargo, Luis Eduardo, University of Sao Paulo Benchimol, Luciana, Agronomy Institute Melotto, Maeli, University of Texas, Arlington

Pattern-triggered immunity suppresses programmed cell death triggered by fumonisin b1

Presenter: Igarashi, Daisuke, University of Minnesota, digarash@umn.edu Bethke, Gerit, University of Minnesota Xu, Yuan, University of Minnesota Tsuda, Kenichi, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Glazebrook, Jane, University of Minnesota Katagiri, Fumiaki, University of Minnesota

host induced Gene silencing (hiGs) of lettuce downy mildew caused by the obligate biotroph, bremia lactucae

P25083

virulence of the bark beetle associated fungus, Ceratocystis polonica, in norway spruce is associated with oxidative metabolism of host defenses

P25080

Presenter: Govindarajulu, Manjula, University of California Davis, mgovind@ucdavis.edu Michelmore, Richard, University of California Davis P25084

Presenter: Wadke, Namita, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, nwadke@ice.mpg.de Schmidt, Axel, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology Paetz, Christian, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology Brock, Matthias, Hans Knöll Institute Gershenzon, Jonathan, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology Hammerbacher, Almuth, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology

function of Arabidopsis Pbs1 in PAMP triggered signaling?
Presenter: Dubiella, Ullrich, Indiana University, udubiell@indiana.edu Innes, Roger, Indiana University P25085

identification of multiple domains in the MtEnod8 protein that target it to the symbiosome
Presenter: Dickstein, Rebecca, University of North Texas, beccad@unt.edu Meckfessel, Matthew, University of North Texas

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synergistic effect of bergapten and a plant protease inhibitor on the cowpea bruchid Callosobruchus maculatus
Presenter: LEI, JIAXIN, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University, jiaxin_lei@neo.tamu.edu Guo, Fengguang, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, Texas A&M University Sun, Yucheng, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Zeng, Rensen, South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, China Zhu-Salzman, Keyan, Entomology Department, Vegetable & Fruit Improvement Center, Texas A&M P25087

Medicago truncatula niP/lATd complements the Arabidopsis thaliana chl1.5 mutation

P25090

Presenter: Huang, Ying-Sheng, University of North Texas, yh0052@unt.edu Salehin, Mohammad, University of North Texas Bagchi, Rammyani, University of North Texas Dickstein, Rebecca, University of North Texas P25091

Expression profile of Phaseolus vulgaris Adf gene family at the initial stages of the symbiotic interaction between P. vulgaris and rhizobia
Presenter: Perez-Hernandez, Bertha, Instituto de Biotecnologia/UNAM, bertha@ibt.unam.mx Guillen, Gabriel, Instituto De Biotecnologia/Unam Santana, Olivia, Instituto De Biotecnologia/Unam Quinto, Carmen, Instituto De Biotecnologia/Unam P25092

dissecting functions of p0 protein from beet western yellows virus in evasion and elicitation of plant defenses

Presenter: Wang, Ken-Der, California State University - Fullerton, kenwang@fullerton.edu Sacco, Melanie, California State University - Fullerton P25088

lotus japonicus sunErGos1, a gene required for proper accommodation of bacterial infection

The role of Pseudomonas syringae transporters in plant apoplast growth
Presenter: Mellgren, Eve M., Elmhurst College, mellgrene@elmhurst.edu Tribus, Marek, Elmhurst College Wernecke, Tyler, Elmhurst College P25093

Presenter: Yoon, Hwi Joong, University of Western Ontario/Agriculture Agri-Food Canada, hyoon24@uwo.ca Hossain, MD Shakhawat, Agriculture Agri-Food Canada Ross, Loretta, Agriculture Agri-Food Canada Held, Mark, University Of Western Ontario/ Agriculture Agri-Food Canada Kehl, Marilyn, University Of Western Ontario Sato, Shusei, Kazusa DNA Research Institute Tabata, Satoshi, Kazusa DNA Research Institute Szczyglowski, Krzysztof, Agriculture Agri-Food Canada P25089

determining the biochemical mechanism and virulence targets of the Pseudomonas syringae effector Avrb
Presenter: Russell, Andrew R, Indiana University, russella@indiana.edu Innes, Roger, Indiana University P25094

A cost effective and non-destructive approach to volatile collection from Arabidopsis populations over time using a dynamic headspace system
Presenter: Mayer, Miles, Doane College, miles. mayer@doane.edu Dewey, Grant, Doane College Durham Brooks, Tessa, Doane College Elder, Brad, Doane College

improving Phytophthora resistance through manipulation of arachidonic acid responses
Presenter: Bjornson, Marta, University of California Davis, marta.l.bjornson@gmail.com Dandekar, Abhaya, University of California Davis Dehesh, Katayoon, One Shields Avenue P25095

determining the virulence role of the Pseudomonas syringae two-component system PhoP/PhoQ

Presenter: Wernecke, Tyler Silver, Elmhurst College,

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wernecket@net.elmhurst.edu Tribus, Marek, Elmhurst College Mellgren, Eve, Elmhurst College P25096 Pattathil, Sivakumar, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center Xu, Wen-liang, Ohio University Venetos, Alexandra, Ohio University Faik, Ahmed, Ohio University Hahn, Michael, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, University of Georgia Showalter, Allan, Ohio University

role of tobacco methyl salicylate esterase in non-host resistance
Presenter: Kumar, Dhirendra, East Tennessee State University, kumard@etsu.edu Chigurupati, Pavan, East Tennessee State University P25097

functional dissection of zTl protein motifs: the lov domain in the regulation of the circadian clock and plant development
Presenter: Kim, Jeongsik, Ohio State University, kim.2664@osu.edu Geng, Ruishuang, Ohio State University Gallenstein, Richard, Ohio State University Somers, David, Ohio State University P26003

P26002

Cloning of Polerovirus P0 genes into Escherichia coli expression vectors for protein purification

Presenter: Wu, Kevin, California State University, Fullerton, kev909@csu.fullerton.edu P25098

regulation of abscisic acid signalling pathways by 26s proteasome subunit rPT4.
Presenter: Marshall, Richard S, University of Wisconsin, rsmarshall@wisc.edu Lee, Kwang-Hee, University of Wisconsin Vierstra, Richard, University of Wisconsin P26004

Cytoplasm substitution as a means to create disease resistance to Pyrenophora tritici-repentis (Tan spot)

Presenter: Burciaga, Ryan, NDSU Plant Sciences Wheat Germplasm Enhancement, ryan.burciaga@ my.ndsu.edu Meinhardt, Steven, North Dakota State University Ghavami, Farhad, North Dakota State University Kianian, Shahryar, North Dakota State University

“CdPKs—they’re not just ser/Thr kinases!”
Presenter: Oh, Man-Ho, USDA-ARS, University of Illinois, manhooh@life.uiuc.edu Wu, Xia, University of Illinois Kim, Hyoung Seok, University of Illinois Deter, Rebekah, University of Illinois Harper, Jeffrey, University of Nevada Zielinski, Raymond, University of Illinois Clouse, Steven, North Carolina State University Huber, Steven, USDA-ARS, University of Illinois P26005

Poster 26 – Post-translational Modifications
biochemical and physiological characterization of fut4 and fut6 mutants defective in arabinogalactan-protein fucosylation in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Liang, Yan, Ohio University, yl214306@ohio.edu P26001

Cellular localization control of the snrK1 ß-subunit Gal83 through phosphorylation by the cell death suppressor Adi3
Presenter: Avila-Pacheco, Julian R, Texas A&M University, Biochemistry & Biophysics Department, jravilap@gmail.com Deeter, Taunya, Texas A&M University Su, Dongyin, Texas A&M University, Biochemistry & Biophysics Department

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Chen, Sixue, University of Florida, Department of Biology Devarenne, Timothy, Texas A&M University, Biochemistry & Biophysics Department P26006

The importance of the 5’rbcl coding sequence in rubisco large subunit translation and co-translational processing

P26010

Posttranslational modifications in Chlamydomonas rubisco influence catalysis
Presenter: Rasineni, Girish K, University of Nebraska Lincoln, rasinenigirish@gmail.com Lim, Boon Hoe, University of Nebraska Lincoln Nakano, Toshihiro, University of Nebraska Lincoln Adamec, Jiri, University of Nebraska Lincoln Spreitzer, Robert, University of Nebraska Lincoln P26007

Presenter: Orr, Douglas J, Research School of Biology, Australian National University, orr.doug@gmail.com Houtz, Robert, University of Kentucky Whitney, Spencer, Research School of Biology, Australian National University P26011

Membrane-anchored ubiquitin-fold (mub) proteins affect Arabidopsis e2 function
Presenter: Lu, Xiaolong, Saint Louis University, friendlxlong@gmail.com Dowil, Rebacca, Pioneer Hi-Bred Fleming, Bobby, Saint Louis University Downes, Brian, Siant Louis University

Genetic analysis of membrane-anchored ubiquitin-fold (mub) proteins and ubiquitylation near the plasma membrane
Presenter: Brownell, Caitlin, Saint Louis University, cbrowne5@slu.edu Gregory, Serena, Saint Louis University Downes, Brian, Saint Louis University P26008

Poster 27 – signal Transduction
P27001

identification of Arabidopsis proteins with single n-GlcnAc modification
Presenter: Kim, Young-Cheon, Uninversity of Minnesota, kimx1176@umn.edu Jahren , Neal, University of Minnesota Stone, Matthew, University of Minnesota Udeshi, Namrata, University of Virginia Markowski, Todd, Universtiy of Minnesota Witthuhn, Bruce, University of Minnesota Shabanowitz , Jeffrey, University of Virginia Hunt, Donald, University of Virginia Olszewski, Neil, University of Minnesota P26009

bifurcation of innate immune signaling via calcium-sensor protein kinases in Arabidopsis effector-triggered immunity

rinG-type copine McCPn1 catalyzes ubC8dependent protein ubiquitination and interacts with Argonaute 4 in halophyte ice plant

Presenter: Gao, Xiquan, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University, xgao@neo.tamu.edu Chen, Xin, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University Sheen, Jen, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University Shan, Libo, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University He, Ping, Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Texas A&M University

Presenter: YEN, Hungchen Emilie, Dept of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, heyen@dragon.nchu.edu.tw Li, Chang-Hua, Dept of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University Chiang, Chih-Pin, Dept of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University Ma, Jia-Juo, Dept of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University

hEMErA: a key component mediating early phytochrome signaling in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Galvao, Rafaelo M., Biology Department / Duke University, rafaelo.galvao@duke.edu Li, Meina, Biology Department / Duke University Kothadia, Sonya, Biology Department / Duke University Haskel, Jonathan, Biology Department / Duke University

P27002

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Decker, Peter, Biology Department / Duke University Chen, Meng, Biology Department / Duke University

fEroniA receptor kinase, a multi-tasking cell surface regulator, and its interactions with potential signals and other cell surface molecules
Presenter: Wu, Hen-ming, University of Massachusetts, hmwu@biochem.umass.edu Li, Chao, University of Massachusetts Kita, Daniel, University of Massachusetts Duan, Qiaohong, University of Massachusetts Gates, Laura, University of Massachusetts Luu, Emily, University of Massachusetts Harrison, Keisha, University of Massachusetts Cheung, Alice, University of Massachusetts P27004

P27003

Connections between lipid signaling pathways and central metabolism in plant response to reactive oxygen species and abiotic stresses

P27006

Presenter: Wang, Xuemin, University of MissouriSt. Louis/Dandorth Plant Science Center, swang@ danforthcenter.org Guo, Liang, University of Missouri-St. Louis/Danforth Plant Science Center P27007

The role of phospholipase C in plant abiotic stress responses
Presenter: Perera, Imara, North Carolina State University, imara_perera@ncsu.edu Keogh, Matthew, North Carolina State University Land, Eric, North Carolina State University Smith, Caroline, North Carolina State University Divilov, Konstantin, North Carolina State University Boss, Wendy, North Carolina State University P27008

Abiotic stimuli mediated through GCr1GPA1-Pd1/AdT3 early in development: importance of phenylalanine supply and developmental state

Presenter: Orozco-Nunnelly, Danielle A., University of Illinois at Chicago, dnunne2@uic.edu Gibbons, Jack, University Of Illinois at Chicago Kukuruza, Nadia, University of Illinois at Chicago Plachta, Katherine, University of Illinois at Chicago Kaufman, Lon, University of Illinois at Chicago Warpeha, Katherine, University of Illinois at Chicago P27005

Arabidopsis 14-3-3 λ is required for stomatal opening mediated by PhoT2 in response to blue light
Presenter: Tseng, Tong-Seung, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science, tsengts@stanford.edu Whippo, Craig, Department of Natural Science, Dickinson State University Hangarter, Roger, Department of Biology, Indiana University Briggs, Winslow, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science P27009

The xA21-Associated Kinase 1 (xAK1) regulates immunity mediated by the pattern-recognition receptor xA21

Presenter: Chen, Xuewei, University of Sichuan Agricultural University at Chengdu, xwchen88@163.com Zuo, Shimin, University of California at Davis Chern, Mawsheng, University of California at Davis Canlas, Patrick, University of California Ruan, Deling, University of California at Davis Schwessinger, Benjamin, University of California at Davis Ronald, Pamela, University of California at Davis

spontaneous mutation 7b-1 in tomato impairs blue light-induced stomatal opening

Presenter: Fellner, Martin, Palacky University in Olomouc, martin.fellner@upol.cz Hlavinka, Jan, Centre of the Region Hana for Biotechnol and Agricultural Research Leonhardt, Nathalie, CNRS-CEA-Université Aix Marseille I Vavasseur, Alain, CNRS-CEA-Université Aix Marseille II Nauš, Jan, Centre of the Region Haná for Biotechnol and Agricultural Research

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rTnlb1 and rTnlb2 role in the transport to the cell surface of plasma membraneassociated signaling receptors
P27010

Presenter: Popescu, Sorina Claudia, Boyce Thompson Institute, scp78@cornell.edu Lee, Hyoung Yool, Boyce Thompson Institute Popescu, George, National Instutite of Physics Bowen, Chris, Boyce Thompson Institute P27011

Elucidation of a signaling pathway mediating ClAvATA 3 peptide and ClAvATA 1 receptor control of stem cell fate in meristematic tissue
Presenter: Chou, Hsuan, University of Connecticut, Hsuan_Tina.Chou@uconn.edu Zhu, YingFang, Purdue university Berkowitz, Gerald, University of Connecticut

P27014

Endocytosis of seven-transmembrane rGs protein activates g-protein coupled signaling in Arabidopsis
Presenter: Phan, Nguyen, UNC Chapel Hill, complex@unc.edu Urano, Daisuke, UNC Jones, Janice, UNC Yang, Jing, UNC Huang, Jirong, Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology Grigston, Jeffrey, UNC Taylor, J Philip, Monsanto Jones, Alan, UNC P27012

brassinosteroid hormone action involves Ca2+ and cGMP: the bri1 receptor has gunaylyl cyclase activity that activates a Ca2+ channel

P27015

Presenter: Zhao, Yichen, University of Connecticut, z.yichen@yahoo.com P27016

using a versatile mass spectrometry-based method to identify kinase client-proteins and to characterize signaling network topology

G protein activation without a gef in the plant kingdom

Presenter: Jones, Alan, University of North Carolina, alan_jones@unc.edu Urano, Daisuke, University of North Carolina Jones, Janice, Univesity of North Carolina Wang, Hao, University of Georgia Matthews, Melissa, University of North Carolina Bradford, William, University of North Carolina Bennetzen, Jeffrey, University of Georgia P27013

Green light co-action during photomorphogenesis

Presenter: Ahsan, Nagib, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri, ahsann@missouri.edu Huang, Yadong, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri Tovar-Mendez, Alejandro, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri Swatek, Kirby N, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri Miernyk, Ján A, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri Zhang, Jingfen, Computer Science, University of Missouri Xu, Dong, Computer Science, University of Missouri Thelen, Jay J, Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri P27017

Presenter: Wang, Yihai, Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida, woodygwj@ufl.edu Maruhnich, Stefanie, Horticultural Sciences Department, University of Florida Hamner-Mageroy, Melissa, Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida Folta, Kevin, Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida

A newly identified tomato peptide induces cytosolic calcium and may correspond to pathogen defense-related endogenous peptides in Arabidopsis

Presenter: Zelman, Alice K, University of Connecticut, alice.zelman@uconn.edu Zelman, Alice, University of Connecticut Berkowitz, Gerald, University of Connecticut Huffaker, Alisa, USDA-ARS CMAVE

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Poster 27 – signal Transduction
P27018 Orozco-Nunnelly, Danielle, University of Illinois at Chicago Mezzich, Raquel, University of Illinois at Chicago Ronan, Thomas, University of Illinois at Chicago Muhammad, Durreshahwar, University of Illinois at Chicago Kaufman, Lon, University of Illinois at Chicago Williams, Ashley, University of Illinois at Chicago

Proteomics profile of gravitropic signaling
Presenter: Schenck, Craig, Ohio University, cs140806@ohio.edu Nadella, Vijay, Ohio University Wyatt, Sarah, Ohio University P27019

Phosphorylation sites on the Arabidopsis AGC protein kinase AGC1-3 have opposing roles in cell death suppression
Presenter: Gray, Joel, Texas A&M University Dept of Biochemistry/Biophysics, joelgray@tamu.edu Devarenne, Timothy, Texas A&M University Dept of Biochemistry/Biophysics P27020

Calcium/calmodulin binds to the receptorlike kinases, bAK1, fls2 and PEPr2 but differentially affects kinase activities
Presenter: Zielinski, Ray, University of Illinois, zielinsk@life.illinois.edu Kim, Hyoung, University of Illinois Oh, Man-Ho, University of Illinois Huber, Steven, University of Illinois, USDA-ARS P27025

P27024

differences between initial molecular steps of dAMP and PAMP receptor mediated immune cascades: studies of calcium signaling by PEPr1 and fls2
Presenter: Ma, Yi, University of Connecticut, yi.ma@uconn.edu Berkowitz, Gerald, University of Connecticut P27021

insights into phytochrome signaling through structural and mutational analyses of the Thermosynechococcus elongatus PixJ GAf domain
Presenter: Burgie, Ernest Sethe, University of Wisconsin-Madison, burgie@wisc.edu Walker, Joseph, University of Wisconsin-Madison Phillips, George, University of Wisconsin-Madison Vierstra, Richard, University of Wisconsin-Madison P27026

rice phospholipase A superfamily: role in abiotic stress signaling and development

Presenter: Singh, Amarjeet, University of Delhi South Campus, singh.amarjeet07@gmail.com Baranwal, Vinay, Delhi University South Campus Shankar, Alka, Delhi University South Campus Kanwar, Poonam, Delhi University South Campus Ranjan, Rajeev, Delhi University South Campus Yadav, Sandeep, Delhi University South Campus Pandey, Amita, Delhi University South Campus Kapoor, Sanjay, Delhi University South Campus Pandey, Girdhar, University of Delhi South Campus P27022

oleic acid levels regulate nitric oxidemediated signaling in plant defense

Presenter: Kachroo, Pradeep, University of Kentucky, pk62@uky.edu Mandal, Mihir, University of Kentucky Chandra-Shekara, A.C., University of Kentucky Jeong, Rae-Dong, University of Kentucky Yu, Keshun, University of Kentucky Zhu, Shifeng, University of Kentucky Chanda, Bidisha, University of Kentucky Navarre, Duroy, USDA-ARS Kachroo, Aardra, University of Kentucky P27027

Pirin1: an important regulator of early light and uv responses through a dual mechanism

Glycerol-3-phosphate and systemic immunity

Presenter: Warpeha, Katherine, University of Illinois at Chicago, kwarpeha@uic.edu

Presenter: Kachroo, Aardra, University of Kentucky, apkach2@uky.edu Chanda, Bidisha, University of Kentucky

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Xia, Ye, University of Kentucky Mandal, Mihir, University of Kentucky Gao, Qing-ming, University of Kentucky Yu, Keshun, University of Kentucky Kachroo, Pradeep, University of Kentucky P27028

role of sGT1 in accumulation and function of tomato resistance protein Prf
Presenter: Kud, Joanna, University of Idaho, kud6756@vandals.uidaho.edu Zhao, Zhulu, University of Idaho Du, Xinran, University of Idaho Xiao, Fangming, University of Idaho P27032

P27031

dissecting Arabidopsis Gß signal transduction on the protein surface

Presenter: Jones, Alan M, University of North Carolina, alan_jones@unc.edu Jiang, Kun, University of North Carolina Frick-Cheng, Arwen, University of North Carolina Trusov, Yuri, University of Queensland Magdalena, Delgado-Cerezo, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid Rosenthal, David, University of Illinois Lorek, Justine, Max-Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Panstruga, Ralph, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Booker, Fitzgerald, USDA/ARS Botella, Jose, University of Queensland Molina, Antonio, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Ort, Donald, University of Illinois Jones, Alan, University of North Carolina P27029

Plant programmed cell death caused by an autoactive form of prf is suppressed by coexpression of the prf lrr domain
Presenter: Du, Xinran, University of Idaho, adu87345270@hotmail.com Miao, Min, University of Idaho Xiao, Fangming, University of Idaho P27033

Thioredoxin z interacts with two fructokinase-like proteins: a novel redox module regulates chloroplast gene expression
Presenter: Wimmelbacher, Matthias, FriedrichAlexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, mwimmelb@biologie.uni-erlangen.de Greiner, Eva, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg Boernke, Frederik, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg P27034

novel regulatory mechanism of stress hormone signaling in guard cells

Presenter: Zhu, Mengmeng, University of Florida, flying0408@ufl.edu Zhu, Ning, University of Florida Simons, Brigitte, MDS Analytical Technologies (SCIEX) Yi, Sarah, University of Florida Harmon, Alice, University of Florida Chen, Sixue, University of Florida P27030

Pifs and CoP1-sPA complexes synergistically repress photomorphogenesis
Presenter: Xu, Xiaosa, Institute for Cellular & Molecular Biology, Univ of Texas at Austin, jackxu@ utexas.edu Huq, Enamul, Institute for Cellular & Molecular Biology, Univ of Texas at Austin Bu, Qingyun, Institute for Cellular & Molecular Biology, Univ of Texas at Austin P27035

A chemical genetics approach to probing the glutamate signalling pathway at the primary root tip
Presenter: Forde, Brian, Lancaster University, b.g.forde@lancaster.ac.uk P27030

involvement of jasmonic acid in woundinduced flower senescence of Japanese morning glory

using the yeast three-hybrid system to identify proteins that interact with a mobile mrnA
Presenter: Cho, Sung Ki, Iowa State University, skcho011@iastate.edu Kang, Il-Ho, Iowa State University Carr, Tyrell, Chowan University Hannapel, David, Iowa State University

Presenter: Chen, Sheng-Huang, Da-Yeh University, f9461046@yahoo.com.tw

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Poster 27 – signal Transduction
P27036 Clark, Greg, The University of Texas at Austin Roux, Stanley, The University of Texas at Austin P27040

Quantitative proteomic analysis of AbA response mediated by GTG proteins in Arabidopsis roots

Characterization of new mutant alleles of ibr5 indicates the relevance of its catalytic domain in plant auxin response

Presenter: Pandey, Sona, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, spandey@danforthcenter.org Alvarez, Sophie, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Roy Choudhury, Swarup Roy, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Hicks, Leslie, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center P27037

Presenter: Jayaweera, Thilanka, Texas State University, tdarshanaj@gmail.com Siriwardana, Chamindika, University of Oklahoma Dharmasiri, Sunethra, Texas State University Quint, Marcel, Leibniz Institute Of Plant Biochemistry Gray, William, University of Minnesota Dharmasiri, Nihal, Texas State University P27041

regulation of calcium/calmodulin/Atsr1 signaling cascade during the establishment of plant defense
Presenter: Zhang, Lei, Washington State University, lei.zhang@email.wsu.edu Du, Liqun, Washington State University Poovaiah, B.W. (Joe), Washington State University P27038

Picloram induced adventitious root formation in Arabidopsis mutant iaa28-2 is regulated by auxin co-receptor Afb1

Presenter: Karunarathna, Nirmala, Texas State University-San Marcos, mk1192@txstate.edu Dharmasiri, Sunethra, Texas State University-San Marcos Dharmasiri, Nihal, Texas State University-San Marcos

developing a leucine-rich repeat receptorlike kinase interacting protein network in Arabidopsis thaliana

Presenter: Nash, Tara, North Carolna State University, tenash@ncsu.edu Blackburn, Kevin, North Carolna State University Goshe, Michael, North Carolna State University Clouse, Steven, North Carolna State University P27039

Poster 28 – systems and Computational biology and bioinformatics
P28001

An interactome approach on gravitropism of Arabidopsis
Presenter: Shen, Kaiyu, Ohio University, ks280007@ohio.edu Bunescu, Razvan, Ohio University Wyatt, Sarah, Ohio University P28002

A receptor like kinase modulates the early events of plant mechanosensing

Presenter: Shih, Han-Wei, Pennsylvania state university, hxs273@psu.edu Monshausen, Gabriele, Pennsylvania state university P27039

The plant ontology: a tool for linking plant anatomy and development to genomics across plant taxa
Presenter: Cooper, Laurel, Oregon State University, cooperl@science.oregonstate.edu Walls, Ramona, New York Botanical Garden Elser, Justin, Oregon State University Preece, Justin, Oregon State University Smith, Barry, Department of Philosophy, University

Extracellular udP-glucose regulates Arabidopsis root hair growth

Presenter: Unegbu, Fortune, University of Texas at Austin, fpufootball@yahoo.com Xiao, Albert, The University of Texas at Austin Ribbeck, Bucky, The University of Texas at Austin

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at Buffalo Mungall, Chris, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Rensing, Stefan, Faculty of Biology, University of Freiburg Gandolfo , Maria, Department of Plant Biology, Cornell University Stevenson, Dennis, New York Botanical Garden Jaiswal, Pankaj, Oregon State University P28003 P28006

Transcriptome analysis of photoperiodic flowering of soybean

Presenter: Haider, Waseem, Department of Crop Sciences, UIUC, haider.waseem@gmail.com Price, Brian, Department of Crop Sciences, UIUC Hudson, Matthew, UIUC Nelson, Randall, Department of Crop Sciences, UIUC Hanzawa, Yoshie, Department of Crop Sciences, UIUC P28007

Across the bridges and into the trees

Presenter: Smieszek, Sandra Paulina, Royal Holloway, sandra@cs.rhul.ac.uk P28004

iPlant collaborative resources for the life sciences

PlantsEEd: utilizing functional annotation of plant protein families to generate in silico metabolic models capable of phenotypic predictions.
Presenter: Seaver, Samuel, Argonne National Laboratory, samseaver@gmail.com Henry, Christopher, Argonne National Laboratory Bradbury, Louis, University of Florida Devoid, Scott, Argonne National Laboratory Frelin, Oceane, University of Florida Frybarger, Paul, Argonne National Laboratory Gerdes, Svetlana, Fellowship for Interpretation of Genomes Hasnain, Ghulam, University of Florida Niehuas, Thomas, University of Florida Pusch, Gordon, Argonne National Laboratory El Yacoubi, Basma, University of Florida Zallot, Remi, University of Florida de Crecy, Valerie, University of Florida Hanson, Andrew, University of Florida Overbeek, Ross, Fellowship for Interpretation of Genomes Stevens, Rick, Argonne National Laboratory P28005

Presenter: Noutsos, Christos, CSHL, cnoutsos@cshl.edu iPlantcollaborative, The, BIO5 Institute, University of Arizona iPlantCollaborative, The, Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas Ware, Doreen, CSHL, USDA

Poster 29 – Whole Plant Physiology
P29001

identifying physiological gains in the historic Midwest soybean germplasm

Presenter: Koester, Robert P, Department of Plant Biology at Univesity of Illinois -UC, bkoeste2@illinois.edu Skoneczka, Jeffrey, USDA ARS Global Change and Photosynthesis Research Unit Diers, Brian, Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Ainsworth, Elizabeth, USDA ARS Global Change and Photosynthesis Research Unit

functional characterization of a transcriptional gene regulatory network with mirnA and Tfs in the Arabidopsis root
Presenter: Lee, Young Koung, Cold spring harbor lab., leeyk@cshl.edu Zhang, Lifang, Cold spring harbor lab. Gaudinier, Allison, UC Davis Taylor-Teeples, Mallorie, UC Davis Brady, Siobhan, UC Davis Ware, Doreen, Cold spring harbor lab.

stomatal responses to humidity in species with differing leaf anatomies are consistent with a vapor-phase mechanism
Presenter: Mott, Keith, Utah State University, kmott@biology.usu.edu Peak, David, Physics Department, Utah State University

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P29003

Characterization of the root growth and glutamate receptor-like genes of Arabidopsis using velocity field measurements
Presenter: Craig, Amy, Doane College, amy.craig@doane.edu P29009

P29008

Manipulating suc/h+ symporters to understand phloem loading

Presenter: Dasgupta, Kasturi, University of North Texas, kasturidasgupta@my.unt.edu Ayre, Brian, University of North Texas P29004

on the importance of blue and green light in plant development and whole plant photosynthesis
Presenter: Cope, Kevin R, USU Crop Physiology Lab, kevin.cope@aggiemail.usu.edu Bugbee, Bruce, Utah State University

The mutants cop1 and ztl-1 in Arabidopsis have defects in boron-induced stimulation of hypocotyl elongation
Presenter: Fellner, Martin, Palacky University in Olomouc, martin.fellner@upol.cz Hloušková, Petra, Palacky University in Olomouc Borucká, Jana, Palacky University in Olomouc P29005

role of lhT and AAP transporters in amino acid uptake by the root
Presenter: Perchlik, Molly, Washington State University, maperchlik@gmail.com Tegeder, Mechthild, Washington State University Trethewy, Alex, Washington State University Foster, Justin, Washington State University P29006

role of lhT and AAP transporters in amino acid uptake by the root
Presenter: Perchlik, Molly, Washington State University Department of Biological Sciences, molly.perchlik@email.wsu.edu Tegeder, Mechthild, Washington State University Department of Biological Sciences Foster, Justin, Washington State University Department of Biological Sciences P29007

seed encapsulation and its effect on seed and seedling performance
Presenter: Tasaki, Hiromi, Cornell University, ht339@cornell.edu Taylor, Alan, Cornell University

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Aarts, Mark, GM, P12005, P12012, P13010 Abdel-Ghany, Salah, P16079 Abdelmageed, Haggag, P09007, P16033, P16032 Abe, Shunnosuke, P16012 Abiodun, Moses, Olabiyi, P05020 Abrams, Suzanne, P10009 Abrams, Zachary, P16048 Acevedo, Patricio, P09036, P11012 Acosta García, Gerardo, P06003 Adamec, Jiri, P26006 Addepalli, Balasubrahmanyam, P06050 Addo-Mensah, Alfred, K., P24008 Addo-Quaye, Charles, P16100 Adhikari, Bikash, P17025 Agarwal, Lalit, P13009 AGARWALA, NIRAJ, P25043 Agrimi, Gennaro, P19017 Aguilar, Mario O., P25099 Ahsan, Nagib, P27016 Ainsworth, Elizabeth, A, P23001, P23003, P29001 Akhavan, Neda, P17014, P17045, P17046 Akhunova, Alina, P14022 Akinwale, Richard, Olutayo, P02004 Aksoy, Emre, P12022 Alandete-Saez, Monica, P06008 Alaniz, Ignacio, Ramon, P24008 Alberdi, Miren, P09036, P11012 Alborn, Hans, P25024 Alexander, Jessica, P01001 Alff, Emily, P25060 Al-Ghamdi, Mashael, P02011 Ali, Gul Shad, P16079 ALi, Magda, P02011 Ali, Mohammad, Babar, P16002 Allen, Randy, D., P09007, P15006, P16032, P16033, P16038, Alonzo, Erica, P02026, P17049 AL-RASHDI, SAID, H, P02031 Alsheikh, Muath, P13011 Alshinifi, Abdul Aziz, A., P12001 Alvarado, Veria, Y, P25040 Alvarado-Affantranger, Xochitl, P16011 Alvarez, Sophie, P27036 Amako, Katsumi, P22003 Ambavaram, Madana, MR, P14009 AmmiRaju Jetty, Siva, S, P17048 Amore, Teresita, P02047 An, Gynheung, P06017 An, Lingling, P06016 Anderberg, Hanna, I, P17016 Anderson, David, J., P13004 Anderson, James, V., P14019, P16064, P16078 Anderson, Kelli, P06018 Anderson, Meagan, P04024 Angstmann, Julia, P07001 Anino, Edward, P16016 Anjos, Ivan Antonio, P04011 Anstead, James, A, P25046 Anwar, Raheel, P06075 Arango-Velez, Adriana, L, P25026 Archer, Kathleen, P08016 Arevalo-Soliz, Lirio, M, P25033 Argueso, Cris, P25063 Arias-Garzon, Tatiana, P17021 Arias-Garzon, Tatiana, P06009 Arif, Ibrahim, A., P17028, P02033 Arif, Usman, P19001 Ariyadasa, Ruvini, P17032 Ariza, Lorenzo, P22004 Arnold, Marianne, P06060 Arrivault, Stéphanie, P19016 Arteaga, Mario, P14007 Arun Chinnappa, Kiruba Shankari, P05005 Arundale, Rebecca, A, P04018 Arvidsson, Samuel, P12016 Aston, Timothy L., P07001, P07004, P14002 Atamian, Hagop, S., P25015 Augusto, Rafael, P06070 Austin, Ryan S., P16080 Avery, Cheryl, P09035 Avigne, Wayne, P17047 Avila, Carlos, A., P25033, P25049 Avila-Pacheco, Julian, R, P26005 Avilés Arnaut, Hamlet, P16024 Ayalew, Mentewab, P09025 Ayalew, Mentewab, P09025 Ayre, Brian, G., P06028, P06044, P16035, P19007, P29003 Aytasheva, Zaure, G., P14001 Bacic, Antony, P04001 Badger, Murray, R, P22004 Badu-Apraku, Baffour, P02004 Baek, Jennifer, P10005 Baerenfaller, Katja, M103 Bafeel, Sameera, O., P02011, P02033, P17028 Bagchi, Rammyani, P25062, P25090, P25006 Bahk, Jeong Dong, P16042 Bai, Fang, P06030 Bai, Yang, P06070 Baig, Ayesha, P25065 Bailey-Serres, Julia, P09018, P16059, M201 Bais, Harsh, P25004, P25060, P25036 Baisakh, Niranjan, P14009 Baiseyitova, Sandygul, K., P14001 Baissac, Yves, P07007 Bajwa, Vikramjit, M501 Baker, Alison, P08014, P08008 Baker, Barbara, P16004 Bakir, Mohammad, Abdul, P02033, P17028 Balbuena, Tiago, S, P06015 Baller, Joshua, A., P02018, P02052 Balu Rajeswari, Chandrasekar, P16011, P06054 Banan, Darshi, P14006 Bandyopadhyay, Tirthankar, P25043 Banerjee, Joydeep, P16003 Bao, Zhilong, P16073 BARANWAL, VINAY, P27021 Barber, Anna, P04015, P04013 Bar-Dror, Tal, P05004 Bargmann, Bastiaan, P08011 Barkhurst, Heather, P02047 Barraza, Aarón, P16011 Barraza-Celis, Aarón, P06054 Barrett, Michael, P17007 Barta, Csengele, P23002 Bartel, Bonnie, P05015, P05012, P18012, P05032 Bartel, David, P, P06049 Bartley, Laura, E., P03006, P04023, P04024, P04025, P04026, P04028, P06067 Bartos, Christopher, P08002 Basar, Abul, P09038 Baskin, Tobias, I, P18026 Bassey, Christopher, P02053 Bassey, Mary, C, P02053 Basu, Debarati, P17015

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Babb, Giavanni, P09038 Babilonia, Kevin, P02003 Babilonia, Kevin, P25005

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Batista, Elena, P12025 Batlang, Utlwang, P14009 Bauer, Brittany, P18010 Baulcombe, David, P15004 Beachy, Roger, N., M405, P02017 Beard, Robert, A., P13004 Bedewitz, Matt, P17026 Beekwilder, Jules, P24001 Beem, Lance, P13023 Begam, Rowshon, A, P02009 Behr, Jonas, P17040 Bektas, Yasemin, P25065 Benatti, Matheus, P12024 Benchimol, Luciana, Lasry, P25082 Bender, Ricci, L, P18010 Bendix, Claire, P16004 Benfey, Philip, P06053 Ben-Hur, Asa, P16079 Benke, Peter, P19018 Benn, Geoffrey, P10013 Bennetzen, Jeffrey, L, P27012 Benning, Urs, F, P06014 Benny, Malabanan, Paul, P16037 Bentley, Fiona, K, P04005 Bentsink, Leónie, P17036 Beremand, Phillip, D., P10012 Beringer, Jeffrey, R, P05037 Berkey, Robert, P25014 Berkowitz, Gerald, A., P27014, P17027, P27017, P27020 Berkowitz, Oliver, P12016 Bernardi, Jamila, P18023 Bernik, Brittany, P07010 Berthomieu, Pierre, P12027 Best, Teodora, P16100 Bethke, Gerit, P18028, P25079 Betti, Camilla, P02013 Beyene, Getu, P10012 Bezanilla, Magdalena, P05016, P05038 Bharalee, Raju, P25043 Bharti, Arvind, P17019 Bhatnagar, Deepak, P24005 Bhattacharyya, Neelakshi, P25043 Bhattarai, Kishor, K, P25019 Bhavani, Sridhar, P02051 Bhorali, Priyadarshni, P25043 Bhuiyan, Nazmul, P22015 Bibeau, Jeffrey, P, P05017 Bidel, Luc, P.R., P07007 Bieck, Anthony, P17044 Bird, James, P16065 Birnbaum, Kenneth, D., P08011 Bishop, Kristen, P23001 Bjornson, Marta, P05032, P25094 Blackburn, Kevin, P27038, M501 Blackman, Sheila, P06045, P16063 Blanc, Sylvain, P20005 Blancaflor, Elison, B., P06004, P06069, P17025, P19006 Blanco, Flavio, P25099 Blum, Mike, P07010 Blumwald, Eduardo, P14004 Boakye, Paula, P06036 Bode, Rainer, P16031 Boerjan, Wout, P19021 Boernke, Frederik, P27033 Bogamuwa, Srimathi, P, P05013 Böhmer, Maik, P09001 Boland, Wilhelm, P25001 Booker, Fitzgerald, P27028 Booker, Fitzgerald, L., P23008 Booker, Matthew, P17037 Borchetia, Sangeeta, P25043 Borges, Aline, P25082 Borrego, Eli, James, P25020 Boruc, Joanna, P05002 Borucká, Jana, P29004 Borysiewicz, Jonathan, P06019 Bosch, Marko, P25022 Boss, Wendy, F, P27007 Botella, Jose, P27028 Botimer, Nicole, P05037 Bottcher, Alexandra, P04011 Bouwmeester, Harro, J., P17038, P24001 Bowen, Chris, P27010 Boychuk, Stephanie, P25026 Boyd, Ryan, P22019 Braam, Janet, P10007, P25038 Bradbury, Louis, P28004 Bradford, Kent, P13002 Bradford, William, P27012 Bradley, Desmond, P16060 Bradley, Paul, P20005 Brady, Jeffrey, A., P16008 Brady, Siobhan, M., P16091, P28005 Bragg, Jennifer, P25035 Brandizzi, Federica, P05010, P19004 Branstrom, Isabel, P19002 Braud, Christopher, M., P06074, P15008 Braybrook, Siobhan, A., P06061 Brenner, Eric, D, P08011 Briggs, Steve, P., P05026, P13018, P16088, P25015 Briggs, Winslow, P05001, P18029, P27008 Brinker, Ronald, P02025 Brinton, Erin, P09018 Brito, Michael, S., P04011 Brkljacic, Jelena, P08002 Broadhvest, Jean, P17019 Brock, Matthias, P25080 Brosseau, Chantal, P25048 Brown, John, WS, P16020 Browne, Carole, P08003 Brownell, Caitlin, P26007 Browning, Karen, S., P08017, P16029, P16030, P16069, P16070, P16071 Brownlee, Shemeka, P10011 Browse, John, P19009 Brubaker, Curt, P17019 Bruce, Barry, D., P03001 Brumbley, Stevens, M, P02007 Brungardt, Kara, P04012, P04016 Brunkard, Jacob, P16004 Brustolini, Otavio, P25016 Bryan, Victoria, P08022 Bu, Qingyun, P06026, P27034 Buanafina, Marcia, de Oliveira, P25057 Buchanan, Bob, B., P02046 Buchanan, Matt, P05022 Buck, Gregory, A., P16093 Buell, C Robin, P17017 Buerke, Paul, P14002 Bugbee, Bruce, P29009 Bunagan, Jennifer, J, P12009 Bunescu, Razvan, P28001 Buono, Rafael, P05021 Burciaga, Ryan, P25098 Burd, Shaul, P05004 Burger, Johan, T., P14013 Burgie, Ernest, Sethe, P27025 Burkart, Graham, P05038 Burke, John, P17013 Burke, John, P09011 Burow, Gloria, P17013 Burow, Mark, D., P01005 Burris, Jason, N, P02042 Burris, Nijah, P09025 Bush, Daniel, P25063 Buskirk, Elise, Van, P11005 Butler, Denise, A, P05033 Bykova, Natalia, P02048 Byrt, Caitlin, P16019

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Cabello, Susana, P25076 Cab-Guillen, Yahaira, A, P12011 Cady, Brian, P02050 Cai, Yingqi, P05024 Caldas, Danielle, Gregório Gomes, P25082

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Camargo, Luis Eduardo, Aranha, P25082 Campanella, James, J., P17003 Campbell, Jeffrey, P08002 Campbell, Leanne, m, P02014 Campbell, Michael, P06035 Campos, Edgar, Igor, P13018 Canlas, Patrick, E, P27005 Cannon, Adrian, P10011 Cannon, Maura, C, P16068 Cao, Heping, P03004 Cao, Shuanghe, P16043 Caplan, Jeffrey, L, P25036 Cardenas, Natalia, P16100 Carles, Sylvie, P10009 Carley, Lauren, N, P25013 Carlson, John, E., P16100 Carlsson, Jenny, P16026 Carpita, Nicholas, C., P05018 Carr, Tyrell, P27035 Carroll, Joseph T, P13012 Carter, Clay, J, P18010 Cartes, Paula, P09036, P11012 Carvalho, Denise, V., P02045, P10012 Cary, Jeffrey, W, P24005 Casal, Jorge, J, P06071 Casarrubias-Castillo, Kena, P25042 Case, Charlene, R., P05008 Casteel, Clare, L., P25031 Castegna, Alessandra, P19017 Castillo, Diana, P25007 Castro Álvarez, Fernando, F., P02039 Catching, Amanda, P05027 Caulkins, Korey, P24002 Cavagnaro, Tim, R, P23004 Celaya, Brandon, P16095 Cerino, Yessica, E, P12009 Cesarino, Igor, P04011 Chae, Keun, P06037 Chae, Lee, P19014 Chagoya, Jennifer, C., P01005 Chakraborty, Niranjan, P13009 Chakroborty, Setu, P25043 Chalifoux, Maryse, M403 Chanda, Bidisha, P27026, P27027 Chandra-Shekara, A.C., P27026 Chang, Caren, P18017 Chang, Kenneth, P20001 Chang, Vincent, H.-S., P24004 Chao, Wun, S., P14019, P16064, P16078 Chapital, Dorselyn, C, P03004 Chapman, Kent, P05023 Chapman, Kent, D., P05008, P05024, P17025, P19006 Chaturvedi, Ratnesh, P25030 Chaudhary, Ritu, P25015 Chehab, E. Wassim, P10007, P25038 Chen, Chien-teh, P12021 Chen, Fangyu, P02012 Chen, Fulu, P06026 Chen, Houbin, P06020 Chen, Jeffrey, P16021 Chen, Jianghua, P06057 Chen, Junping, P17013 Chen, Liang-Jwu, P06047 Chen, Li-Qing, P25012 Chen, Li-Ru, P13020, P14015 Chen, Liyuan, P16081 Chen, Long-Fang, O., P15003 Chen, Meng, P27002, P11005 Chen, Mingsheng, P17048 Chen, Ruiqiang, M501 Chen, Rujin, P06006, P06057 Chen, Shaoliang, P12015 Chen, Sheng-Huang, P27030 Chen, Sixue, P19002, P26005, P27029, P06050 Chen, Wan-Chieh, P09012 Chen, Wei, P06058 Chen, Wenqiong, Joan, P13018 Chen, Wenxiao, P20001 Chen, Xin, P27001 Chen, Xuewei, P27005 Chen, Yani, P05010 Chen, Yazhou, P19002 Chen, Yi, P05031 Chen, Yongsheng, P12003 Chen, Yu-Chi, P24004 Chen, Yu-Huei, P09021 Chen, Z, Jeffrey, P15004, P16052, P17022 Chen, Zhaorigetu, P25049 Chen, Zhi-Yuan, P14003 Cheng, Cheng, P25005 Cheng, Hongmei, P02027 Cheng, Jung-Yi, P10010, P09017 Cheng, Kun, P04014 Cheng, Ninghui, P09014 Cheng, Ning-Hui, P09035, P10001, P09035 Cheng, Qiang, P25074 Cheng, Xiaofei, P17042 Cheng, Youfa, P06008 Cheng, Zhukuan, P02020 Cheong, Hyeongsook, P25070, P03010, P03010, P25070 Cherk, Candice, P25061 Chern, Mawsheng, P27005 Cheung, Alice, P06072, P27003, P05006, P08013 Chevalier, Christian, P06043 Chiang, Chih-Pin, P26009 Chiang, Fang-Yi, P09021 Chiba, Motoko, P22014 Chiba, Yasutaka, P18024 Chibbar, Ravindra, N, P17030 Chidambaram, Rajalakshmi, P12008 Chigurupati, Pavan, P25096 Chiniquy, Dawn, P03006 Chitowood, Dan, P06005 Chitwood, Daniel, H, P06061 Chiu, Tsan Yu, P03005 Chiu, Wei-Lun, P16057 Chlan, Caryl, P02032 Cho, Alvin, P04022 Cho, Hyunsuk, P02029 Cho, In-Jeong, P14012 Cho, Sung Ki, P27035 Cho, Younghee, P14008 Choi, Hakjoon, P25070 Choi, Hyong Woo, P25034 Choi, Soon Ho, P16053 Choi, Won-Gyu, P09005, P14014 Cholay, Michael, P20005 Chomicki, Guillaume, P07007 Chopra, Surinder, P16086 Chory, Joanne, P11010 Chou, Hsuan, P27014 Chou, Mei-Yi, P09012 Chou, Shu-Jen, P09012 Chourey, Prem, P18023 Choy, Grace, P08017, P16071 Christensen, Shawn, P16028 Christians, Matthew, P11001 Chuang, Wen-Po, P25055 Chung, Hwa-Jee, P19020 Chung, Kwi Mi, P18028 Chung, SangMin, P17001 Chung, Tsui-Yun, P19012 Chung-An, Lu, P16066 Chun-Kai, Huang, P16066 Clark, Greg, P08023, P08025, P16040, P27039 Clark, Richard, P17039, P17040 Clark, Teresa, J., P19003 Clarke, Steven, G., P06050 Clay, Kasi, L., P19092 Cleland, Spencer, C, P02018 Clemens, Stephan, P12012

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Clemente, Carina, P25020 Clouse, Steven, M501, P27038 Clouse, Steven, D., P26004 Cobb, Courtney, P08024 Coco, Daniela, P25016 Cohn, Marc, P14003 Cohn, Megan, P16004 Cole, Benjamin, P11010 Cole, Nicola, P16070 Collins, Richard, M, P08008, P08014 Colon-Carmona, Adan, P02050, P05033 Combe, Shannon, P07010 Cong, Jinyu, P16007 Conner, Jeffrey, P17017 Conrad, Liza, P06017 Consolo, V Fabiana, P25067 Contreras-Cubas, Cecilia, P09026, P14007 Cooke, Janice, P25026, P10009 Cooke, Janice, E.K., P25047 Cooper, Laurel, P28002 Cope, Kevin, R, P29009 Copeland, Charles, P25026 Copetti, Dario, P17048 Cordoria-Apfata, Jorge, P25016 Coruzzi, Gloria, P16010 Cousins, Asaph, P22019, P22004, P22008 Coutuer, Silvie, P02013 Covarrubias, Alejandra A., P09026, P09029, P14007, P15009 Covington, Michael, P25038 Craig, Amy, P17044, P29008 Craven, James, E., P02038, P09014, P10001 Cremer, Julia, Erin, P02019 Cresawn, Steve, P19015 Creste, Silvana, P04011 Crist, Debbie, P08002 Croft, Patricia, P25028 Crofts, Andrew, J., P16094 Crofts, Naoko, P16094 Crook, Ashley, P25023 Crosti, Giuseppe, P06053 Cruet, Clara, P02003 Crump, Nicholas, P13014 Cruz, Carmen, G., P03013 Cruz, Christine, P08024 Cuevas, Hugo, E., P02037 Cui, Hongchang, P10003 Cui, Yu, P25035 Cui, Yuhai, P16080 Cushman, John, C., P09024, P22009 Cutler, Sean, R., A101 Cuypers, Ann, P12005

d
Dafoe, Nicole, J., P25064 Dagda, Marisela, P02008 Dahal, Peetamber, P13002 Dakshanamurthy, Sivanesan, P09038 Daleo, Gustavo, P25044 Dalla Via, Virginia, P25099 dal’Molin, Cristiana, GO, M104 Damaj, Mona, B., P02045, P10012 Dan, Yinghui, P16090 Dandekar, Abhaya, P25094 Dangl, Jeff, P25073 Danielson, Jonas, P17016 Darden, Will, P16070 Das, Sudripta, P25043 Dasgupta, Kasturi, P29003 Davenport, Ian, P07010 Davis, Lawrence, C, P19013 Dawe, Adam, P17027 de Crécy-Lagard, Valérie, P19017, P28004 De la Rosa, Carlos, P09026 De La Rosa, Roberto, P15001 de Wit, Mieke, M204 De. Oliveira, Marcos, P25005 DeBolt, Seth, P04003, P06010 Decker, Peter, V., P27002 Deeter, Taunya, P26005 Dehesh, Katayoon, P10013, P25094 DeJong, Hannah, P25031 Deka, Manab, P25043 Del Rio, Hilda, S, P08004 Délano Frier., John, P., P16024, P25042 DellaPenna, Dean, P19004 Delmas, Frederic, P06002, P06043 DeLong, Alison, P17037 Delwiche, Charles, F., P18017 Demianski, Agnes, J., P18028 Demirci, Feray, P16045 Dempsey, Maureen, E., P17003 Deng, Mingde, M403 Deng, Shurong, P12015 Deng, Xing-Wang, P16065 Deng, Yan, P05010 Dennis, David, M403 Dent, Rachel, M, P11002 Denton, Anne, P17032 Deresienski, Adam, P04009, P04010, P08010 Dermastia, Marina, P05004 Des Marais, David, P09003 Deshapande, Rahul, P01002 Deter, Rebekah, P26004 Devarenne, Timothy, P26005, P27019

Devkota, Ravindra, P14022 Devoid, Scott, P28004 DeVore, Stanley, P14002 Dewey, Grant, P08026, P17044, P25089 Dewitte, Walter, P06051 DHANAPAL, ARUN PRABHU, P10008 Dharmasiri, Nihal, P18033, P27040, P27041 Dharmasiri, Sunethra, P18033, P27040, P27041 Dharmawardhana, Palitha, P09006 Dhingra, Amit, P02023 Di, Yanming, P15010 Diaz, Kristophe, J, P05033 Díaz-Camino, Claudia, P06054 Dickman, Martin, B., P05004 Dickstein, Rebecca, P25006, P25062, P25085, P25090, Diers, Brian, W, P29001 Dietrich, Margaret, A., P06065, P08018 Dima, Oana, P19021 Ding, Mingquan, P12015 Dinkins, Randy, P06050 Dinneny, Jose, P12006 Dispenza, Alexis, K, P02017 DiTusa, Sandra, F, P12025 Divilov, Konstantin, P27007 Dixon, Richard, P04007, P04027 Doblin, Monika, P04001 Doelzal, Jarslov, P17032 Dogramaci, Münevver, P14019, P16064, P16078 Doherty, Colleen, P16098 Dohleman, Frank, G, P04018 Dombrowski, James, E., P10006 Dominguez, Michelle, M., P02045 Donaldson, Llyod, P19021 Donaldson, Robert, P, P08005 Dong, Huaijian, P05035 Donofrio, Nicole, P25060 Donofrio, Nicole, M, P16045 Dorlhac, François, P12027 Dorn, Kevin, M., P16087 Dotson, Bradley, P25061 Dowil, Rebecca, T., P16077, P26011 Downes, Brian, P, P16077, P26007, P26011 Downie, A., Bruce, P06050, P13013, P13015, P16055 Downie, Stephen, R., P17034 Doyle, Jeff, J, P17020 Doyle, Meagan, P04015 Drader, Thomas, P17032 Dreher, Kate, P19014

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Drewe, Philipp, P17039, P17040 Drews, Gary, N., P06016, P06062 Drnevich, Jenny, P06031 Du, Liqun, P27037 Du, Xinran, P27031, P27032 Duan, Qiaohong, P06072, P27003 Duanmu, Deqiang, P11002 Dubiella, Ullrich, P25084 Dubrovsky, Joseph, G., P06069 Dugard, Christopher, K., P05018 Dugas, Diana, V., P17029 Durantini, Diego, P06030 Duran-Troncoso, Maritza, P09036, P11012 Durham Brooks, Tessa, P08026, P17044, P25089, P29008 Dutta, Siddhartha, P05028 Dworkin, Ian, P17017 Dyer, John, M., P05008 Ewers, Brent, E., M302, P07001, P07004, P14002

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Fagerstrom, Alexandra, P03006 Faik, Ahmed, P03003, P04004, P17015, P26001 Fakorede, Morakinyo, Bamidele, P02004 Fan, Chuanzhu, P17048 Fan, Xiaona, P16041 Fang, Jhen-Cheng, P16058 Fangel, Jonatan, P03006 Fangel, Jonatan, U., P04001 Farmer, Andrew, D, P19010 Farmer, Lisa, M., P05012 Farooq, Sardar, A, P02031 Farquhar, Graham, D, P18009 Farre, Eva, P16026 Fatima, Shazia, P06062 Fauquet, Claude, M, P23004 Favero, David, P16017 Fei, Jiong, P05039 Fekete, Megan, L, P18010 Fellner, Martin, P27009 Fellner, Martin, P29004 Felton, Gary, P25055 Felton, Gary, W, P25008 Felton, Gary, W, P25077 Feltus, F, Alex, P04006 Feltus, F, Alex, P17018 Feng, Paul, P02025 Fennell, Herman, P09038 Fernández*, María Belén, P25044 Fernando, Chamanthi, Dilukshi, P17002 Fernando, Danilo, D, P06039 Fernie, Alisdair, R, P19016 Fetrow, Jacquelyn, S., P19089 Ficklin, Stephen, P, P17018 Field, Sterling, P06013 Filkov, Vladimir, P16022 Finer, John, J., P02005 Finkemeier, Iris, M503 Finlayson, Scott, A, P06066 Finlayson, Scott, A, P06071 Finnegan, Patrick, M, P12016 Fisher, Suzanne, P01002 Fitz, Joffrey, P20001 Fleet, Christine, M, P08001 Fleet, Christine, M., P08020 Fleming, Bobby, P26011

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Eamus, Derek, P07002 Ebel, Robert, C, P25058 Edwards, Gerry, E, P22008 Egelund, Jack, P04001 Eguen, Tenai, E., P05026, P16088 Ehrhardt, David, P05001 Eisenstein Edward, P24003 Eisinger, William, P05001 Ek Ramos, Maria Julissa, P25007 Ek-Ramos, Maria Julissa, P25007 El Kayal, Walid, P25047, P10009 El Yacoubi, Basma, P28004 Elder, Brad, P25089 ElGaaly, Gehan, A., P12001 Elías Olivares, Juan, P16011 Ellis, Miriam, P04001 Ellis, Noel, P06057 Elser, Justin, L, P28002 Elston, Brianna, P09025 Elzinga, Dezi, P25032 Enders, Tara, P05034 Enyeart, Peter, P08025 Espinoza, Catherine, G, P09024 Estrada-Hernandez, Maria Gloria, P25077 Estrada-Navarrete, Georgina, P06054, P16011 Ethier, Gilbert, P22016 Eudes, Aymerick, P19018 Eulgem, Thomas, P25065 Evans, Matthew, P06022

Fleming, Wendell, P05015 Fleming, Wendell, A., P05032 Floss, Daniela, S, P25013 Foissner, Ilse, P05027 Fokar, Mohamed, P16032 Fokar, Mohamed, P16033 Foley, Michael, E., P14019 Foley, Michael, E., P16064 Foley, Michael, E, P16078 Folta, Kevin, M, P27013 Folta, Michelle, P02021 Folta, Michelle, P02016 Fontes, Elizabeth, P25016 Fontes, Elizabeth, P.B., P25016 Forde, Brian, P27030 Foster, Justin, P29005 Foster, Justin, P29006 foster, justin, P19009 Foudree, Andrew, P22017 Fowler, Brian, P09031 Fox, Samuel, E, P09006 Foyer, Christine, H, P09019 Frank, John, P07001 Franks, Robert, G, P06032 Franks, Robert, G., P16049 Frantz, Jonathan, P12002 Fraser, Chanea, P24003 Freeling, Michael, P17011 Freeling, Michael, P17018 Freitag, Michael, P15010 Frelin, Oceane, P28004 Frelin, Oceane, P19017 Frick, Ursula, B, P05007 Frick-Cheng, Arwen, P27028 Friman, Karina, P16085 Friman, Karina, P25045 FRIStream, Browning, P16071 Fritts, Hannah, P17015 Froehlich, John, P19004 Froelich, Daniel, R, P05011 Frommer, Wolf, B., P25012 Frost, Christopher, P16016 Frugoli, Julia, P25027 Frugoli, Julia, P25003 Frugoli, Julia, P25023 Frybarger, Paul, P28004 Fu, Aigen, P22007 Fu, Aigen, P22013 Fujii, Nobuharu, P22014 Fujimoto, Wakana, P17031 Fukayama, Hiroshi, P22003 FUKUDA, MASAKO, P05029 Fukudome, Akihito, P16042

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Fulop, Dan, P06005 Furstenau, Tara, P06028 Furt, Fabienne, P05017 Ghani, Muijj, P17044 Ghavami, Farhad, P08015, P25098 Ghobrial, Mary, P10002 Ghoshroy, Sohini, P01001 Giarrocco, Laura, E, P25067 Giavalisco, Patrick, P12016 Gibbon, Bryan, C., P16023, P19092 Gibbons, Jack, P27004 Gibson, David, J, P25002 Gidda, Satinder, K., P05008 Gilding, Edward, K, P02019 Giles, Tom, P13016 Gilliham, Matthew, P12020 Gilroy, Simon, P09005 Gilroy, Simon, P14014 Gingerich, Derek, P11001 GIRI, JITENDER, P17012 Girke, Thomas, P16059 Glass, Jeremiah, P05022 Glazebrook, Jane, P18028 Glazebrook, Jane, P25079 Glazebrook, Jane, P25081 Gleadow, Roslyn, M, P23004 Glew, Robert, H., P23011 Glover-Cutter, Kira, Marina, P10006 Glowacz, Marcin, P25029 Godfrey, Timothy, P06045 Godfrey, Timothy, J, P16063 Godwin, Ian, D, P02019 Goff, Stephen, P20003 Goggin, Fiona, P25049 Goggin, Fiona, L, P25033 Gohain, Bornali, P25043 Goldsbrough, Peter, P12024 Gomez, Michael, S., P01005 Gomez, Susana, Karen, P25054 Gomez-Barrera, Juan, Alvaro, P05007 Goncalves, Elton, P01004 Gontard, Pierre, P20005 Gonzalez, Antonio, P17046 Gonzalez, Antonio, P17045 Gonzalez, Antonio, P06034 Gonzalez, Antonio, P17014 Gonzalez, Juan, E., P25071 Gonzalez, Kim, P05015 Goodspeed, Danielle, P25038 Goring, Daphn, R, P06029 Goshe, Michael, P27038 Goshe, Michael, M501 Gosti, Françoise, P12027 Gotoh, Fumiyuki, P23005 Gould, Jean, H., P06060 Gourdel, Marie-Edith, P20005 Govindarajulu, Manjula, P25083 Grabber, John, H, P19021 Gramann, Jonathan, H, P23002 Grandellis, Carolina, P06012 Granot, David, P02008 Gratton, Enrico, P06053 Grauke, Larry, J, P12004 Gravendeel, Barbara, P23009 Gray, Joel, P27019 Gray, Sharon, P08012, P14005 Gray, William, P27040 Greco, Michael, P07011 Greenhalgh, Robert, P17040 Gregory, Serena, P26007 Gregory, Serena, P16077 Gregory III, Jesse, F, P19017 Greiner, Eva, P27033 Grennan, Aleel, K., P16075, P23004 Griffing, Lawrence, P05040 Griffiths, Rebecca, M403 Grigston, Jeffrey, P27011 Grimes, Martha, M, P16018 Grimm, Bernhard, P22001 Grof, Christopher, P16019 Groover, Andrew, P16022 Groshel, Carla, P18027 Grossman, Arthur, R, P11002 Grossman, W Eric, P08001 Grotewold, Erich, P08002 Grovenstein, Phillip, P22001 Grupp, Kara, P17023 Grusak, Michael, A., P12004, P12030, P19022 GU, QIANG, P14004 Gu, Yong, P17032, P25035 Guadagno, Carmela Rosaria, P07004, P14002 Guan, Jiahn Chou, P18016 Guan, Ju, P16047 Guan, Xueying, P16052 Guenther, Manuela, P19016 Guevara, Gabriela, P25044 Guillen, Gabriel, P25091 Guillén, Gabriel, P06054 Guimaraes, Claudia, P12010 Guimèse, Gisèle, P20005 Gunther, Lauren, K, P18018 Guo, Fengguang, P25086 Guo, Hong, P03001 Guo, Huiming, P02027 Guo, Liang, P27006 Guo, Wenbing, P16016 Gupta, Sanjay, K, P13009 Gupta, Sanjay, K, P13009 Gupta, Sarika, P18006 Gupta, Sushmita, P25043 Gutierrez, Alejandra, P02045 Gutiérrez Uribe, Janet, A, P24007 Guy, Charles, P09016

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Gaffoor, Iffa, P16086 Gaikwad, Kishor, P13012 Gailing, Oliver, P17005 Galbraith, David, P16099 Galindo, Leonardo, M, P25026 Gallas, Genna, P09034 Gallego-Giraldo, Lina, P04027 Gallenstein, Richard, P26002 Galloway, Cynthia, P08024 Galvao, Rafaelo, M., P27002 Galvão, Rafaelo, M., P11005 Gambetta, Gregory, P05039 Gan, Xiangchao, P17040 Gandolfo, Maria, A, P28002 Gang, David, R, P06015 Gangola, Manu, P, P17030 Gao, Qing-ming, P27027 Gao, Xiquan, P27001 Gao, Yang, P16014 Gaofeng, Dong, P06069 Garcia, Gilbert, P15003 García Lara, Silverio, P24007 García Pérez, Enrique, P24007 García-Cerdán, Jose, Gines, P22005 Garland-Campbell, Kimberly, P09004 Garvin, David, P25035 Garvin, David, F, P25039 Garza, Elyssa, R, P12009 Gaston, Kelsey, P22001 Gates, Laura, P06072 Gates, Laura, P27003 Gaudinier, Allison, P28005 Gaudinier, Allison, P16091 Gaur, Pooran, M, P17030 Gaxiola, Roberto, P16035 Gaxiola, Roberto, A, P06028 Gebbie, Leigh, K, P02007 Gehring, Christoph, P17027 Geisler, Matt, P25002 Geisler, Matt, P12003 Geisler-Lee, Jane, P12003 Geldhof, Benjamin, P02002 Gelvin, Stanton, B, P02054 Geng, Ruishuang, P26002 Gentry, Matthew, P19019 Gentzel, Irene, P06013 Gerdes, Sveta, P19017 Gerdes, Svetlana, P28004 Gershenzon, Jonathan, P25022 Gershenzon, Jonathan, P25080

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Guy, Tracy, P17044 Guy, Tracy, P08026 Guy, Tracy, P29008

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Ha, Tracy, P09001 Hague, Joel, P04010 Hague, Joel, P08010 Hague, Joel, P04008 Hague, Joel, P04009 Hahn, Michael, P26001 Hahn, Michael, G, P03003 Haider, Imran, P18001 Haider, Waseem, P28006 Haigler, Candace, H, P20006 Hajdu, Dawn, P25063 Hall, J Christopher, P02043 Hall, Timothy, C., P16083 Halter, Gillian, P13021 Hamann, Margo, P14002 Hamayun, Muhammad, P10004 Hamm, Eliza, P17037 Hammerbacher, Almuth, P25080 Hamner-Mageroy, Melissa, P27013 Han, Jennifer, P08012 Han, Jennifer, Okhyun, P06068 Han, Xiaomin, P16013 Hanada, Atsushi, P18024 Handa, Avtar, K, P06062 Handford, Michael, P05041 Hangarter, Roger, P., P27008 Hanna, Victoria, P05015 Hannapel, David, P27035 Hannapel, David, J, P06012 Hannapel, David, J, P16039 Hannon, Greg, P20001 Hansen, Anthony, A, P06065 Hanson, Andrew, P28004 Hanson, Andrew, D, P19017 Hanson, David, T., P23011 Hanson, Maureen, R., P11009 Hanson, Thomas, P25060 HANZAWA, TAIKI, P18025 Hanzawa, Yoshie, P16060 Hanzawa, Yoshie, P16084 Hanzawa, Yoshie, P28006 Hao, Yueling, P10003 Harbinson, Jeremy, P13010 Harding, Scott, P16016 Hardy, Raven, P09025 Harmer, Stacey, P16006

Harmer, Stacey, L, P16020 Harmon, Alice, P27029 Harmon, Frank, P16095 Harper, Jeffrey, P26004 Harris, Darby, M., P04003 Harris, Jeanne, M., P18019 Harrison, Keisha, P27003 Harrison, Maria, J, P25013 Harrison, Maria, J, P25019 Harry, Klee, J, P18016 Hart, Dawn, Clifford, P08018 Hartman, Glen, P10005 Hartwig, Thomas, P18013 Hasan, Azeem, P14003 Haskel, Jonathan, D., P27002 Hasnain, Ghulam, P19017 Hasnain, Ghulam, P28004 Hassan, Zeshan, P12005 Haswell, Elizabeth, P25072 Hatanaka, Rie, P14017 Hatlestad, Greg, P17014 Hatlestad, Greg, P17046 Hatlestad, Greg, P17045 Hatlestad, Greg, P06034 Hauser, Felix, P20001 Hauser, Felix, P09001 Hay, Jordan, P19005 Haynie, Lindsey, P17049 Hays, Dirk, P04017 He, Hong-Yi, P06047 He, Ji, P17042 He, Ping, P25050 He, Ping, P25005 He, Ping, P27001 He, Ruifeng, P06015 He, Yan, P19002 Headland, Lauren, P06005 Headland, Lauren, R., P06061 Healy, Briena, P23007 Heaton, Emily, A, P04018 Hebelstrup, Kim, P02048 Hedden, Peter, P18027 Held, Mark, P25078 Held, Mark, P25088 Held, Michael, P04004 Hellmann, Hanjo, P16081 Henderson, Zachary, P10007 Hendrickson, Christopher, P02023 Henry, Christopher, P28004 Hermand, Victor, P12027 Hermand, Victor, P12027 Hernandez, Heather, M, P12009 Hernandez deLuna, Michael, P10005

Hernandez-Garcia, Carlos, M., P02005 Hernández-López, Alejandrina, P06054 Hernandez-Sotomayor, Teresa, P12011 Hernandez-Vega, Juan, Carlos, P02050 Hernould, Michel, P06043 Herrmann, Jonathan, P18022 Herrmann, Jonathan, P18005 Hetzel, Jonathan, P11010 Hicks, Leslie, M, P27036 Higgins, Brad, P17044 Higgins, Brad, P29008 Higgins, David, Michael, P16049 Hikosaka, Kouki, P22014 Hilgert, Uwe, P08006 Hilgert, Uwe, P20003 Hill, Dominique, P16100 Hillwig, Matthew, L, P03011 Hilton, Matthew, P06028 HInchee, Maud, M404 Hinde, Elizabeth, P06053 Hirschi, Kendal, D, P06028 Hirschi, Kendal, D., P09014 Hirschi, Kendal, D., P09035 Hirschi, Kendal, D., P10001 Hlavinka, Jan, P27009 Hloušková, Petra, P29004 Hnilova, Marketa, P06024 Ho, Cheng-Hsun, P12017 Ho, Tuan-Hua, David, P16036 Ho, Tuan-hua David, P09009 Hodges, La’Mayah, P09025 Hofer, Julie, P06057 Hoffmann-Benning, Susanne, P06014 Hoffmann-Benning, Susanne, P06036 Hofmann, Julia, P25076 Hogsett, David, P04002 Hoi, Sio-Wai, P02025 Holaday, Scott, P02008 Holalu, Srinidhi, V, P06066 Holalu, Srinidhi, V, P06071 Holbrook, Kristen, N, P03001 Holditch, Sara, P25035 Holroyd, Geoff, H, P25028 Holroyd, Geoff, H, P25029 Holt, Sarah, P16090 Holt III, Ben, F, P16043 Hong, Chwan-Yang, P09009 Hong, Jung Woo, P14008 Hong, Seung-Beom, P19022 Hong, Ya-Fang, P16036 Hong, Zonglie, P06018

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Hong, Zonglie, P06018 Hong, Zonglie, P02012 Hopkins, Shane, E, P04022 Horn, Patrick, P05023 Horn, Patrick, J., P05008 Horvath, David, David, P13003 Horvath, David, P., P16064 Horvath, David, P, P16078 Hossain, MD Shakhawat, P25088 Hou, Hongwei, P25078 Hou, Jiexi, P05005 Hou, Liang-Yu, P09021 Houtz, Robert, L, P26010 Houtz, Robert L., P16003 Howe, Gregg, A, P18003 Howell, Stephen, H, P05010 Howser, Craig, P19015 Hozain, Moh’d, P09007 Hrmova, Maria, P12020 Hsieh, Hsu-Liang, P11011 Hsieh, Hsu-Liang, P11004 Hsieh, Ming-Hsiun, P19012 Hsieh, Wen-Ping, P11004 Hsu, Chih-Ping, P19012 Hsu, Chuan-Yu, P16076 Hsu, Fu-Chiun, P06031, P09012 Hsu, Polly, Yingshan, P16006 Hu, Chi-Chieh, P12021 Hu, Hongtao, P17008 Hu, Rongbin, P18020 HU, YING, P09014 Hu, Ying, P10001 Hua, Jian, P13006 Hua, Jian, P16073 Huang, Chien-Hsun, P09033 Huang, James, P16040 Huang, Jirong, P27011 Huang, Pei-Cheng, P09030 Huang, Rongyu, P02012 Huang, Rongyu, P02012 Huang, Rongyu, P06018 Huang, Weizao, P16074 Huang, Yadong, P27016 Huang, Yafan, M403 Huang, Ying, P12003 Huang, Ying-Sheng, P25090 Huang, Ying-Sheng, P25006 Huang, Yumin, P02012 Huang, Zhonglian, P02017 Hubbard, Katharine, P09001 Huber, Steve, C., P25041 Huber, Steven, M501 Huber, Steven, C., P26004 Huber, Steven, C., P27024 Hudson, Matthew, P28006 Huebner, Cynthia, P07005 Huege, Jan, P19016 Huerta-Espino, Julio, P02051 Huffaker, Alisa, P25045 Huffaker, Alisa, P27017 Huffaker, Alisa, P16085 Huffaker, Alisa, P25064 Hufnagel, David, P17017 Hug, Barbara, P08012 Huggins, Trevis, P02049 Humiston, Michele, P04002 Hummel, Maureen, P16059 Huner, Norman, PA, P16031 Hung, Chiu-Yueh, P16056 Hung, Shu-Hsien, P09017 Hung, Shu-Hsien, P10010 Hunt, Arthur, G., P16055 Hunt, Donald, F., P26008 Hunter, Charles, P17043 Hunter, Charles, P17047 Huo, Heqiang, P13002 Huo, Naxin, P25035 Hupp, Ted, P19015 Huq, Enamul, P06025 Huq, Enamul, P11003 Huq, Enamul, P27034 Huq, Enamul, P06026 Hur, Je Young, P16034 Hussain, R.M. Fraz, P16015 Huynh, Cristian, P25078 Hwang, Hyun-Ju, P16034 Hwang, JeeNa, P02040 Hwang, Seongbin, P12014 IRIGOYEN, SONIA, P16082 Irigoyen, Sonia, P05030 Isaacs, Cameron, P06037 Isabel, Nathalie, P10009 Ishihara, Hirofumi, P19011 Ivakov, Alexander, P19011 Ivanova, Mariana, P02008 Iwata, Satoru, P14016 Iyappan, Ramachandran, P16005 Iyer, Srinivas, P01002

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Jackson, Andrew, O, P25035 Jackson, Jeremiah, P07010 Jackson, Scott, P17048 Jacobs, Thomas, W, P20007 Jagadeeswaran, Guru, P04020 Jahnke, Siegfried, P20004 Jahren, Neal, P26008 Jaiswal, Pankaj, P09006 Jaiswal, Pankaj, P28002 James, Christopher, N., P05008 James, Richard, P12020 Jamshed, Muhammad, P06029 Jancowski, Sylwia, P05027 Jander, Georg, P25032 Jander, Georg, P25031 Jang, Beom Jin, P09032 Jang, Jyan-Chyun, P05013 Jankowsky, Eckhard, P06050 Jaradat, Tahhan, P16033 Jareczek, Josef, P25069 Jareczek, Josef, J., P25075 Jarmoskaite, Inga, P08025 Javia, Parth, P09037 Jay-Allemand, Christian, P07007 Jayaprakasha, G. K., P16028 Jayaweera, Thilanka, P27040 Jayaweera, Thilanka, P18033 Jaynes, Jesse, M, P24005 Jeanguenin, Linda, P19017 Jeng, Shih-Tong, P09020 Jeng, Shih-Tong, P18021 Jeng, Shih-Tong, P09021 Jeong, In Sil, P16042 Jeong, Rae-Dong, P27026 Jeong, Rae-Dong, P25051 Jeong, Sangho, P06038 Jeong, Young-Min, P16034 Jez, Joseph, P18022 Jez, Joseph, P18005 jha, ajay, k, P06006 Jia, Fan, P16099 Jia, Fan, P16099

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Ibrahim, Mohamed, Mohamed, P12001 Ichihashi, Yasunori, P06005 Ichikawa, Takanari, P18024 Igamberdiev, Abir, U, P02048 Igarashi, Daisuke, P25079 Ilut, Daniel, P17020 Imprialou, Martha, P17040 Innes, Roger, P25084 Innes, Roger, W, P09028 Innes, Roger, W., P25093 Inoue, Hitoshi, P05009 Integrative Pollen Biology, RCN, P08013 Into, Fritzie, J, P12009 Intorne, Aline, Chaves, P25005 Inze, Dirk, M202 Inze, Dirk, P02013 iPlantcollaborative, The, P28007 iPlantCollaborative, The, P28007

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Jia, Fan, P09011 Jia, Haiyan, P06001 Jia, Mo, P16023 Jiang, Ke, P17041 Jiang, Kun, P27028 Jiang, Liangrong, P02012 Jiang, Nan, P04004 Jiang, Yingwen, P16096 Jiang, Ying-wen, P09011 Jifon, John, L., P10012 Jimenez-Gomez, Jose, P06005 Jinn, Tsung-Luo, P09033 Johanson, Urban, P17016 Johnson, Cameron, P06017 Johnson, Takiyah, P09038 Jones, Alan, M., P27011, P27012, P27028 Jones, Douglas, P10005 Jones, Janice, P27011 Jones, Janice, P27012 Jones, Jeanice, Lavern, P16072 Jones, Matthew, A, P16020 Jones, Michelle, L., P02005 Jopson, Juliet, P08008 Jordan, Chad, V., P08007 Joshi, Nisarg, P16065 Joshi, Sameer, P16028 Joshi, Trupti, P19010 Jost, Ricarda, P12016 Jost, Ricarda, P12016 Juenger, Thomas, E, P09003 Jugulam, Mithila, P02043 Julio, Emilie, P12027 Jun, Sang Eun, P06073 Jungeun Park, Jungeun, P09014 Jungtawong, Piyada, P16059 Jurat-Fuentes, Juan-Luis, P04021 Juricek, Miloslav, P16083 Jyothi, Prameela, P04004 Kaines, Sarah, P22004 Kaloshian, Isgouhi, P25065 Kaloshian, Isgouhi, P25015 Kamat, Rohit, Babli, P19013 Kambakam, Sekhar, P22007 Kamiya, Yuji, P18027 Kamiya, Yuji, P18024 Kamran, Muhammad, P10004 Kanaoka, Masahiro, M, P06024 Kandasamy, Muthugapatti, K, P06055 Kang, Byoung-Cheorl, P02040 Kang, Earl, P05026 Kang, Hong Gu, P25034 Kang, Hong-Gu, P13006 Kang, Il-Ho, P27035 Kang, Jinling, P02036 Kang, Miyoung, P16033 Kang, Miyoung, P16032 Kang, Miyoung, P15006 Kang, Miyoung, P16038 Kang, Ock Hwa, P09032 Kang, Sang-Mo, P18002 Kang, Sang-Mo, P10004 Kang, Yun, P14021 Kang, Yun, P14021 Kanno, Yuri, P18024 KANWAR, POONAM, P27021 Kaplan, Fatma, P09016 Kaplan, Fatma, P09016 Kaplan, Fatma, P25024 KAPOOR, SANJAY, P17012 KAPOOR, SANJAY, P27021 Kapp, Ulrike, P18022 Karki, Amrit, P13017 Karunarathna, Nirmala, P27041 Kassaw, Tessema, P25003 Kassaw, Tessema, K, P25027 Katagiri, Fumiaki, P25081 Katagiri, Fumiaki, P25079 Katam, Ramesh, P14016 Kathare, Praveen Kumar, P18033 Kaufman, Lon, P27022 Kaufman, Lon, P10005 Kaufman, Lon, S., P27004 Kausch, Albert, P04008 Kausch, Albert, P04009 Kausch, Albert, P., P04010 Kausch, Albert, P., P08009 Kausch, Albert, P., P08010 Kawabata, Saneyuki, P11007 Kawagoe, Yasushi, P05029 Kawaguchi, Masayoshi, P06057 Kawamura, Kana, P22014 Kawamura, Yukio, P13007 Kawamura, Yukio, P13008 Kay, Steve, A., M301 Kay, Steve, A, P16098 Kaya, Zeki, P16076 Kayanja, Gilbert, P02050 Kazmi, Rashid, P17024 Keasling, Jay, P19018 Keereetaweep, Jantana, P05008 Keereetaweep, Jantana, P19006 Keeretaweep, Jantana, P25056 Kegge, Wouter, M204 Kehl, Marilyn, P25088 Keitt, Timothy, P09003 Keizer, Paul, P17036 Kellly, Ryan, P08012 Kellogg, Elizabeth, P06030 Kenneaster, Kaleb, P14002 Keogh, Matthew, P27007 Kerr, Tyson, P09007 Kertbundit, Sunee, P16083 Kesseli, Rick, P17035 Keurentjes, Joost, P17038 Keuskamp, Diederik, H, M204 Khadilkar, Aswad, Sunil, P16035 Khan, Abdul, Latif, P10004 Khan, Haseeb, Ahmed, P02033 Khan, Haseeb, A., P17028 Khan, Latif, Abdul, P18002 Khan, Sher Afzal, P25001 Khatayevich, Dmitriy, P06024 Khedikar, Yogendra, P, P17030 Khedikar, Yogendra, P, P17030 Khodakovskaya, Mariya, P06046 KHOSLA, AASHIMA, P16061 khurshid, muhammad, P16025 Khuu, Nicholas, P05008 Kianian, Penny Avoles, P08015 Kianian, Penny Avoles, P08015 Kianian, Penny Avoles, P17032 Kianian, Penny Avoles, P17032 Kianian, Shahryar, P17032 Kianian, Shahryar, P25098 Kieber, Joseph, P25063 Kieber, Joseph, J, P18030 Kilian, Benjamin, P02023 Killins, Roy, M403 Kim, Byung-hoon, P10011 Kim, Byung-Hoon, P16047 Kim, Chanhong, P22015 Kim, Dong-Hwan, P06025 Kim, Dong-Hwan, P15005 Kim, Duk-Hwan, P10004

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Kachroo, Aardra, P27027 Kachroo, Aardra, P27026 Kachroo, Aardra, P25051 Kachroo, Aardra, P25052 Kachroo, Pradeep, P25034 Kachroo, Pradeep, P27027 Kachroo, Pradeep, P27026 Kachroo, Pradeep, P25051 Kacner, Thomas, P06013 Kagan, Isabelle, Ann, P02034 Kahles, Andre, P17039

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Kim, Geun-Don, P14008 Kim, Gyung-Tae, P06073 KIM, HOYEUN, P16034 Kim, Hyojin, P02029 Kim, Hyoung, Seok, P27024 Kim, Hyoung Seok, P26004 Kim, Hyoung Seok, P25041 Kim, Hyun-Tae, P16001 Kim, Jaekwang, P02029 Kim, Jeongsik, P26002 Kim, Jeongsik, P06073 Kim, Jin hee, P06073 Kim, Jin Hee, P06073 Kim, JinSun, P19018 Kim, Jun Hee, P09032 Kim, Sang Yeol, P15003 Kim, Sang-Gu, P16034 Kim, Se, P10007 Kim, Seong-Il, P16053 Kim, Seongsim, P25070 Kim, Tae-Houn, P09001 kim, Woong, P03010 Kim, Yeon Jeong, P16053 Kim, Yoon-Ha, P18002 Kim, Yoon-Ha, P10004 Kim, Young-Cheon, P26008 Kim, Youn-Sung, P19020 Kimberley, Tilbrook, P02007 King, Corbin, P10011 Kirst, Henning, P22005 Kiss, John, Z., P06023 Kiss, John, Z, P06023 Kita, Daniel, P27003 Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi, P23005 Kitto, Sherry, L, P25036 Kladnik, Ales, P05004 Kladnik, Aleš, P18023 Klasson, K Thomas, P03004 Klein, Melinda, P18031 Klein, Patricia, E., P16008 Klein, Patricia, E., P17029 Klein, Robert, R., P17029 Kleisler, Heather, P05025 Klessig, Daniel, F, P13006 Klessig, Daniel, F, P25034 Klosterman, Michelle, P08003 Knee, Emma, P08002 Knight, Celia, P08008 Knight, Celia, D, P08014 Knipfer, Thorsten, P14011 Knipfer, Thorsten, P05039 Knoth, Colleen, P25065 Knott, Carrie, P07010 Koch, Karen, P18016 Koch, Karen, P17043 Koch, Karen, E, P17047 Kochian, Leon, P12010 Koehler, Gage, P13011 Koenig, Dan, P06005 Koenig, Daniel, P16072 Koenig, Daniel, P., P06061 Koepke, Tyson, P02023 Koester, Robert, P, P23003 Koester, Robert, P, P29001 Kogel, Karl-Heinz, P25034 Kohalmi, Susanne, P16080 Koirala, Pushpa, P16017 Koiwa, Hisashi, P16042 Koiwa, Hisashi, P12022 Kojima, Mikiko, P16016 Kojima, Mikiko, P12007 Kolmakov, Andrei, P12003 Kolman, María, A., P01003 Kolomiets, Michael, P16028 Kolomiets, Michael, P09030 Kolomiets, Michael, V., P25020 Komarova, Nataliya, Y, P19017 Komatsu, Setsuko, P14016 Kong, Danyu, P10003 Koo, Abraham Jeong-Kyu, P18003 Kooke, Rik, P17038 Korte, Andy, P05023 Korte, Arthur, P17039 Koshiba, Tomokazu, P18024 Kothadia, Sonya, M., P27002 Kottapalli, Kameswara, P09008 Kottapalli, Kameswara Rao, P09002 Kovacevic, Naila, P06056 Kover, Paula, P17040 Kramer, Eric, P18026 Krckova, Zuzana, P13019 Krishna Reddy, Srirama, P06066, P14022 Krishnamurthy, Aparna, P02022 Krishnan, Arjun, P14009 Kroh, Gretchen, E, P12004 Kud, Joanna, P16074, P27031 Kudo, Takamasa, P05027 Kudrna, David, P17048 Kuhlemeier, Cris, P06061 Kukuruza, Nadia, O., P27004 Kumamaru, Toshihiro, P17031 Kumamaru, Toshihiro, P05029 Kumar, Ajay, P17032 Kumar, Dhirendra, P25096 Kumar, Dibyendu, P18023 Kumar, Krishna, P16042 Kumar, Manoj, P06011 Kumar, Narender, P06041 Kumar, Naveen, P25058 Kumar, Ravi, P06005 Kumar, Santosh, P13015 Kumar, Vinod, P16028 Kundu, Nabanita, P09038 Kunert, Karl, P09019 Kunkel, Barbara, N., P18028 Kunkel, Barbara, N, P25018 Kunz, Henning, P09001 Kuo, Wen-Yu, P09033 KUPPU, SUNDARAM, P14004 Kuroha, Takeshi, P06024 Kushwaha, Rekha, P13015 Kuzma, Monika, M403 Kwak, Su-Hwan, P06007 Kwon, Sunjong, P02029

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Laera, Valentina, L, P19017 Lagarias, Clark, J, P11002 Lahiri, Ipsita, P19007 Lai, Hung-Hsueh, P06061 Lai, Lisa, X., P23006 Lakshmanan, Venkatachalam, venkatachalam, P25036 Lamb, Rebecca, S., P06013 Lambers, Hans, P12016 Lamenza*, Pamela, P25044 Lan, Xingguo, P11007 Land, Eric, S, P27007 Landell, Marcos, G.A., P04011 Lankford, Kathryn, P22001 Lanubile, Alessandra, P18023 Lapchyk, Ludmila, P25051 Lara Flores, Miguel, P16011 Lara-Núñez, Aurora, P19017 Larkin, Patrick, P17007 Larsen, Jeffrey, P05037 Larue, Clayton, T, P02025 Lasky, Jesse, P09003 Last, Robert, L., P19003 Latta, Kristen, P01002 Lau, Joann, M., P08020, P25075 Laudencia-Chingcuanco, Debbie, P09031 Lauer, Nathan, P07006 Lauer, Timothy, P11001 Lawrence, Susan, D, P25047 Lazarowitz, Sondra, G, P09037 Le, Dinh Huan, P09032 Le Clerc, Philippe, P20005 Leakey, Andrew, D.B., P08012, P14005, P23001, P23006 Leblond, Julie, P06043 Lee, Beomgi, P03010 Lee, Eun-Hye, P09027 Lee, Hyoung Yool, P27010 Lee, In-Jung, P10004

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Lee, In-Jung, P18002 Lee, Jin Suk, P06024 Lee, Ji-Young, P06021 Lee, Joo Hyun, P16081 Lee, Joohyun, P09007 Lee, Joohyun, P15006 Lee, Jung Ro, P16067 Lee, Kwang-Hee, P26003 Lee, Kyoung Hoon, P09032 Lee, Mi Yeon, P25035 Lee, Michelle, Yujung, P05026 Lee, Seokhyun, P16009 lee, Simyung, P02029 Lee, So-Young, P16034 Lee, Stephen, P09001 Lee, Sun-Young, P09027 Lee, Sun-Young, P09032 Lee, Te-Cheng, P11011 Lee, Ung, P13012 Lee, Wi Young, P16001 Lee, Yi-Ching, P14021 Lee, Yong-Woog, P19020 Lee, Young Koung, P28005 Lee, Young Koung, P16091 Lee, Young-Jin, P05023 Lee, Yujung, Michelle, P16088 Leehy, Katherine, A, P16067 LEI, JIAXIN, P25086 Leisner, Courtney, P08012 Leisner, Scott, P12002 Lemaux, Peggy, G., P02046 Lenaghan, Scott, C, P02042 Leonhardt, Nathalie, P27009 Lerma-Ortiz, Claudia, P19017 Lers, Amnon, P05004 Letham, D, Stuart, P18009 Letnik, Ilya, P06064 Levesley, Aurora, P08014 Levesley, Aurora, P08008 Levesley, Aurora, P08014 Levine, Lanfang, P09016 Levins, Lisa, P16069 Levy, Julien, G, P25013 Lewis, Daniel, R., P19089 Lewis, Marsha, P08025 Lewis, Norman, G., M401 Li, Chang-Hua, P26009 Li, Chao, P27003 Li, Chia-Yu, P13024 Li, Dahong, P12018 Li, Dawei, P25035 Li, Fangjun, P25005 Li, Feng, P16004 Li, Guojing, P16007 Li, Guojing, P16007 Li, Guojing, P16014 Li, Guojing, P16013 Li, Jiamei, P25049 Li, Jie, P06036 Li, Kungang, P12003 Li, Meina, P11005 Li, Meina, P27002 Li, Ming, P05009 Li, Qin-Bao, P18023 Li, Ruijuan, P17008 Li, Ruili, P16007 Li, Shibo, P16099 Li, Ti, P16044 Li, Ting, P02024 Li, Tzu-Yin, P06047 Li, Xiaohong, P02052 Li, Yongfang, P14007 Li, Yu-Chi, P18021 Li, Yuhua, P11007 Li, Zhaochun, P02027 Li, Ziru, P19008 Liang, Haiying, P25068 Liang, Jiansheng, P12018 Liang, Yan, P26001 Lim, Boon Hoe, P22012 Lim, Boon Hoe, P26006 Lim, Minhui, P16040 Lim, Pyung Ok, P06073 Lim, Wansang, P10001 Limbach, Patrick, A., P06050 Lin, Chia-Hui, P14015 Lin, Chia-Hui, P13020 Lin, Chih-Cheng, P09015 LIN, CHIH-CHENG, P09015 Lin, Chih-Ching, P09020 Lin, Chin-Ho, P09017 Lin, Chin-Ho, P10010 Lin, Fan, P03006 Lin, Fan, P04023 Lin, Hao, P06059 Lin, Hsin-Hung, P09020 Lin, I, P25012 Lin, Jeng-Shane, P09020 Lin, Jun, P14020 Lin, Shan-Hua, P12017 Lin, Tian, P06012 Lin, Tian, P16039 Lin, Tsai-Yun, P13020 Lin, Tsai-Yun, P14015 Lin, Wenwei, P25050 Lin, Ya-Fen, P12012 Lind, Jennifer, P17005 Lindberg, Pia, P04005 Lindgren, Khrystyne, P18010 Lindquist, Ingrid, P17019 Lindsey, Kenneth, J, P25002 Lingard, Matthew, J., P05012 Lippman, Zachary, B, P17041 Liptay, Albert, P18031 Liptay, Albert, P13023 Lira-Ruan, Verónica, P06069 Littlejohn, George, R., P20002 Liu, Bo, P16044 Liu, Chenggang, G, P06052 Liu, Dong, P12019 Liu, Hao-Yun, P09021 Liu, Huiying, P22013 Liu, Huiying, P22007 Liu, James, P18012 Liu, Jiping, P12010 Liu, Li, P22006 LIU, LIJUN, P16022 Liu, Mao-Sen, P15003 Liu, Sheng, P16050 Liu, Shi-An, P09035 Liu, Shuyu, P14022 Liu, Tiffany, P16026 Liu, Xi, P09035 Liu, Yu, P06057 Liu, Yun-Chen, P05017 Liu, Zhiyong, P25035 Lloyd, Alan, P06016 Lloyd, Alan, P17046 Lloyd, Alan, P17045 Lloyd, Alan, P06034 Lloyd, Alan, P17014 Lloyd, Taylor, D., P13013 Lloyd, Taylor, D., P13015 Lo, Michelle, J, P12009 Lo, Shuen-Fan, P06047 Locke, Anna, M, P23010 LOCKLESS, STEVE, W, P16082 Locy, Robert, D., P17008 Long, Manyuan, P17048 Long, Quan, P17039 Long, Stephen, P, P04018 Longo, Autumn, P17044 Longo, Autumn, P08026 Loon, Joop van, P12012 Lopes, Kenia, P25016 Lopez-Nieves, Samuel, P23011 Loque, Dominique, P19021 Loque, Dominique, P19018 Lorek, Justine, P27028

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Louis, Joe, P25008 Louzada, Eliezer, S, P08004 Love, John, P20002 Low, Melisa, C, P04022 Lowenson, Jonathan, P06050 Lozoya Gloria., Edmundo, P16024 Lu, Chaofu, P02036 Lu, Chun-An, P16057 Lu, Chung-An, P16058 Lu, Chungui, P13016 Lu, Dongping, P25050 Lu, Jie, P15004 Lu, Jie, P16021 Lu, Xiaolong, P26011 Lu, Yan, P19003 Lu, Yan, P19003 Luan, Sheng, P22007 Lucas, Jessica, P05003 Lucero, Alicia, P02030 Luciano, Dianiris, P17009 Luengo-Escobar, Ana, P09036 Luengo-Escobar, Ana, P11012 Lui, Zhijie, P14012 Lukowitz, Wolfgang, P06038 Lundquist, Peter, K, P11006 Lundy, Stacey, P08003 Lundy, Stacey, P19089 Luo, Anding, P06027 Luo, Feng, P17018 Luo, Ming-Chen, P25035 Lur, Huu-Sheng, P13024 Luthe, Dawn, P25055 Luthe, Dawn, S, P25008 Luu, Emily, P27003 Lynnette, Dirk M., P16003 Lyons, Christopher, W., P25010 Lyons, Eric, P20003 Mahalingam, Ramamurthy, P04019 Mahan, James, P09008 Mahan, James, P14022 Maier, Camelia, P07008 Maiti, Indu, B, P04003 Maiti, Indu B., P16003 Maki, Jennifer, P18010 Makino, Amane, P22003 Malik, Rondy, J, P17035 Mallick, Sayani, P09011 Maloney, Greg, P18025 Maloney, Gregory, S, P06033 Maloney, Gregory, S., P06037 Maloney, Tabitha, P17007 Maloof, Julin, P06005 Maloof, Julin, N, P13001 Malven, Marianne, P02025 Mandadi, Kranthi, P25037 Mandal, Mihir, P27026 Mandal, Mihir, P27027 Mang, Hyung-gon, P13006 Manisseri, Chithra, P03006 Manosalva, Patricia, M, P25034 Mansfield, Jessica, C., P20002 Mao, Guohong, P17033 Marcel, Sylvain, P02014 Marcus, Mollie, P08002 Marella, Heather, H, P25072 Margavage, Kathryn, P16065 Markelz, Cody, P23006 Markelz, Cody, P08012 Markelz, R.J. Cody, P23006 Markkandan, Kesavan, P16053 Markowski, Todd, W., P26008 Marks, M., David, P16087 Marocco, Adriano, P18023 Maron, Lyza, P12010 Marquez-Garcia, Belen, P09019 Marshall, Richard, S, P26003 Martin, Ruth, C., P10006 Martinec, Jan, P13019 Martinez, Ciera, P16072 Martinez, Ciera, P06076 Martinez, Ciera, P06076 Martinez, Shantel, P09004 Martínez Forces, Enrique, P06042 Martínez Gallargo, Norma, Angélica, P25042 Martinez-Andujar, Cristina, P02017 Maruhnich, Stefanie, A, P27013 Massa, Alicia, P17017 Massman, William, P07001 Mathews, Dennis, E., P18030 Matlack, Glenn, P07005 Matome, Makgopa, E, P09019 Matsui, Minami, P18024 Matsuoka, Ken, P05014 Matsuoka, Ken, P05020 Matthews, Mark, P14011 Matthews, Mark, P05039 Matthews, Melissa, P27012 May, Gregory, D, P19010 May, Kimberly, P16042 May, Pepper, P04013 May, Pepper, P04012 Mayberry, Laura, P16029 Mayer, Juiana, L.S., P04011 Mayer, Miles, P25089 Mayer, Miles, P17044 Mazaheri, Mona, P17032 Mazzafera, Paulo, P04011 Mazzafera, Paulo, P04011 McBride, Jo, P14013 McCarty, Don, P17043 McCarty, Donald, P17047 McCarty, Donald, P06001 McCarty, Donald, R, P18016 McClung, C. Robertson, M302 McCourt, Peter, M403 McCurdy, David, P05005 McGarry, Roisin, P06044 McGrath, Justin, M, P04018 McKay, John, P09003 McKay, Sheldon, P08006 McKay, Sheldon, P20003 Mckenzie, Mike, P20005 McKnight, Thomas, P12028 McLaughlin, William, P02002 McMillin, Lauren, P08002 McMullen, Michael, P14012 McNear, David, H, P16002 McQualter, Richard, B, P02007 McQuinn, Ryan, P11006 Meagher, Richard, B, P06055 Meckfessel, Matthew, P25085 Medlin, Jennifer, P24006 Medlin, Jennifer, P24006 Medrano, Jr., Ricardo, P03012 Meekins, David, P19019 Meents, Miranda, P25026 Mehdy, Mona, C, P06052 Mehrshahi, Payam, P19004 Mei, Yu, P16060 Meier, Iris, P05002 Meinhardt, Steven, P25098 Meir, Shimon, P05004 Meitzel, Tobias, P06063 Melis, Anastasios, P22005 Melis, Anastasios, P04005 Mellgren, Eve, M., P25092 Mellgren, Eve, M, P25095 Melotto, Maeli, P25082

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Ma, Din-Pow, P16027 Ma, Jia-Juo, P26009 Ma, Liuyin, P16055 Ma, Xianfeng, P25014 Ma, Xingmao, P12003 Ma, Yi, P27020 Machado, Carlos, P17048 Macho, Alberto, P, P25009 Mackay, David, Scott, P07001 Mackenzie, Sally, P15001 Madison, Stephanie, P05022 Mafu, Sibongile, P03011 Magalhaes, Jurandir, P12010 Magdalena, Delgado-Cerezo, P27028 Magnani, Roberta, P16003

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Méndez Inocencio, Carlos, P06003 Menke, Frank, L.H., P27042 Merithew, Sarah, P17044 Merithew, Sarah, P08026 Mertz, Rachel, A., P05018 Meyers, Blake, C, P16045 Meyerson, Nicholas, P08025 Mezzich, Raquel, P10005 Mezzich, Raquel, P27022 Miao, Min, P27032 Miao, Min, P16074 Michelmore, Richard, W, P25083 Mickle, James, E., P08007 Micklos, David, P08006 Miernyk, Ján A, P27016 Mike, Thomas, P16065 Millar, Katherine, A, P25002 Millar, Kathy, D.L., P06023 Miller, Amanda, R, P09005 Miller, Amanda, R., P14014 Miller, Frank, P02026 Miller, Gad, P06064 Miller, Grace, P24002 Miller, Grace, Ju, P24002 Miller, Marisa, P17004 Miller, Rebecca, E, P23004 Miller, Tamara, P02046 Mills, W, Ronald, P12030 Mills, W., Ronald, P19022 Mills, W., Ronald, P19022 Milne, Ricky, P16019 Ming, Ray, P06068 Mintah, Sarah, A, P02053 Min-Venditti, Amelia, P25038 Mira De Orduña, Ramón, P04002 Miranda, Antonio, P09010 Miri, Mandana, P25078 Mirkov, T. Erik, P02045 Mirkov, T. Erik, P10012 MISHRA, NEELAM, P14004 Missra, Anamika, P16047 Mithoe, Sharon, P27042 Mitra, Bhaskar, P07001 Mitra, Mautusi, P22001 Mitra, Prajakta, P19018 Mitra, Prajakta, P19021 Mitra, Raka, M, P25053 Mitra, Srijeet, M501 MIttal, Amandeep, P09011 Mittler, Ron, P13005 Mittler, Ron, M203 Miyake, Chikahiro, P22003 Miyazawa, Yutaka, P14016 Mobarak, Charlotte, D., P23011 Mockler, Todd, P09006 Mockler, Todd, C, P15010 Moffett, Peter, P25048 Moger, Julian, P20002 Moghe, Gaurav, P17017 Mohammed, Suheb, P02049 Mohan, Mukesh, NULL Molina, Antonio, P27028 MONDAL, HOSSAIN, A, P25066 Monroe, Jonathan, P19015 Monshausen, Gabriele, B, P27039 Montpetit, Jordan, P11001 Moon, Jun-Cheol, P06069 Moon, Yong-Hwan, P09027 Moon, Yong-Hwan, P09032 Moore, Austin, P08017 Moore, Jason, P, P25028 Moore, Paul, H, P06068 Moreau, Carol, P06057 Moreira, Cristina, Drummond, P08021 Moriguchi, Ryo, P05014 Morishige, Daryl, T, P16008 Morita, Eugene, H, P16012 Morocho, Bryant, P16065 Morris, Robert, P16017 Morrone, Dana, J, P03011 Mortel, Judith van de, P12012 Moshe, Sagi, P12026 Mott, Keith, P29002 Mott, Keith, Keith, P29002 Mott, Richard, P17040 Moura, Jullyana Cristina, M.S., P04011 Mudalige-Jayawickrama, rasika, P02047 Muday, Gloria, P08003 Muday, Gloria, K, P06033 Muday, Gloria, K., P06037 Muday, Gloria, K, P18025 Muday, Gloria, K., P19089 Mudge, Joann, P17019 Muhammad, Durre, P10005 Muhammad, Durreshahwar, P27022 Muhammad, Jamshed, P06002 Mukae, Kyosuke, P14017 MUKHERJEE, PALLAVI, P16082 Mukherjee, Thiya, P02008 Mukhopadhyay, Aindrila, P19018 Mukhtar, Karolina, P25025 Mukhtar, Karolina, M, P25025 Mukhtar, Shahid, P25073 Mulekar, Jidnyasa, P06026 Mullen, Robert, T., P05008 Mullen, Robert, T, P19017 Muller, Robert, P19014 Mullet, John, E., P16008 Mungall, Chris, P28002 Munns, Rana, P12020 MUÑOZ SANCHEZ, JOSE, A, P12011 Muñoz-Sanchez, Jose, A, P12011 Murai, Norimoto, P16009 Murphy, Rebecca, P16008 Murray, James, A.H., P06051 Murray, Jan, E, P06068 Murray, Jessica, P09006 Murray, Shane, P14013 Mursaliyev, Nurlybek, P19015 Musil, Kelsie, P04012 Musil, Kelsie, P04013 Musil, Kelsie, P04016 Musil, Kelsie, P04015 Mutka, Andrew, M, P25018 Myrzabayeva, Malika, P09022 Myrzabayeva, Malika, P12026 Mysore, Kirankumar, S., P06059 Mysore, Kirankumar S., P17042

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Na, Sang Hyeon, P16034 Nadakuduti, Satya Swathi, P03009 Nadella, Vijay, P27018 Nagano, Soichiro, P22014 Nagel, Dawn, P16098 Nagpal, Punita, P06037 Nair, Meera, P06010 Nakano, Toshihiro, P26006 Nakata, Paul, P19009 Nakayama, Takato, P13008 Nakazawa, Miki, P18024 Nalam, Vamsi, P25056 Nallamilli, Babi Ramesh Reddy, P15007 Nallamilli, Babi Ramesh Reddy, P15007 Nam, Hong Gil, P06073 Nam, Youn-Jeong, P12007 Nanao, Max, P18005 Nanao, Max, P18022 Napsucialy-Mendivil, Selene, P06069 Nash, Tara, P27038 Nash, Tara, M501 Nasi, George, P20005 Nathani, Kusum, P07001 Naumann, Todd, A., P25059

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Nauš, Jan, P27009 Navarre, Duroy, P27026 Nayak, Nihar, P06050 Ndifor, Joman, Abongnifor, P04001 Nebenführ, Andreas, P05022 Neff, Christina, P06008 Neff, Michael, P16017 Neff, Michael, P18011 Negrao, Sonia, P17006 Nelson, Andrew, D.L., P16067 Nelson, David, P18029 Nelson, Kimberly, P08009 Nelson, Kimberly, P04009 Nelson, Kimberly, P04010 Nelson, Randall, P16084 Nelson, Randall, P28006 Nelson-Vasilchik, Kimberly, P08010 Nemes, Cheri, A., P02005 Nemeth, Sarah, P16097 Neogi, Purnima, P05023 Newton, Linsey, A, P16026 Ng, Danny, P16021 Ng, Danny, W. K., P17022 Ngaki, Micheline, P16054 Ngaki, Micheline, P16054 nganou assonkeng, albertcollins, P22002 Nguyen, Henry, T, P19010 Nguyen, Norah, P18010 Nguyen, Thu-Phuong, P17036 Niblack, Terry, P10005 Nicaise, Valerie, P25009 Nicholson, Tim, P05007 Niculaes, Claudiu, P19021 Niehuas, Thomas, P28004 Nielsen, Lars, Keld, M104 Nielsen, Lars, K., P02007 Nieuwland, Jeroen, P06051 Niewohner, Devon, P17044 Niewohner, Devon, P08026 Nikolau, Basil, J, P18010 Nilo Poyanco, Ricardo, P19014 Nippert, Jesse, P07003 Nishimura, Noriyuki, P09001 Nishiyama, Rie, P12007 Niu, Lifang, P06059 Niyogi, Krishna, K, P11002 Nobile, Paula, M., P04011 Nodine, Michael, D, P06049 Noel, Joseph, P16054 Nonogaki, Hiro, P02017 Nonogaki, Mariko, P02017 Nordborg, Magnus, P17039 Norton, Urszula, P07001 Noutsos, Christos, P28007 Novak, Nicole, G, P25047 Nozue, Kazunari, P13001 Ntoukakis, Vardis, P25009 Numata, Takahiro, P06055 Nyamdari, Batbayar, P16016 Owen, Thomas, G., P11009 Ozaki, Hiroshi, P22014 Ozdilek, Asli, P16076 Ozdilek, Asli, P06031

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Oblessuc, Paula, Rodrigues, P25082 O’Brien, Brent, P17047 O’Brien, Brent, P17043 Odokonyero, Denis, P25040 Ogawa, Masahiro, P05029 Oh, Chang-Sik, P02040 Oh, Man-Ho, M501 Oh, Man-Ho, P25041 Oh, Man-Ho, P26004 Oh, Man-Ho, P27024 Ojukwu, Kenechukwu, P07010 O’Keefe, Kimberly, P07003 Okita, Thomas, W., P03002 Okita, Thomas, W., P05029 Okita, Thomas, W., P17031 Okita, Tomas, W., P16094 Okumura, Jun, P14016 Olek, Anna, T., P05018 Olex, Amy, L., P19089 Olivares, Juan Elías, P06054 Oliveira, Margarida, M, P17006 Oliver, Melvin, J, P09024 Oliver, Melvin, J, P14012 Oliver, Melvin, J, P14012 Olsen, Andrew, P17029 Olszewski, Neil, E., P26008 Omarov, Rustem, Tukenovich, P12026 Ondzighi, Christine, P18019 Oraguzie, Nnadozie, P02023 Ordiz, M, Isabel, P02017 Ori, Naomi, P05004 Orozco-Nunnelly, Danielle, P27022 Orozco-Nunnelly, Danielle, A., P27004 Orr, Douglas, J, P26010 Ort, Donald, R., P16075 Ort, Donald, R, P23004 Ort, Donald, R, P23010 Ort, Donald, R, P27028 Ortega, Jose, Luis, P16018 Orton, Sean, P02002 Osano, Anne, A, P24003 Osano, Anne, A., P24003 Osborne, Edward, P17040 Osborne, Edward, P17039 Ossowski, Stephan, P20001 Osterman, Andrei, L, P19017 Otegui, Marisa, P05021 Overbeek, Ross, P28004

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Paek, Nam-Chon, P03007 Paetz, Christian, P25080 Paez-Valencia, Julio, P06028 Page, Justin, P17023 Pagnussat, Gabriela, P06008 Palacios, Patrick, J., P03012 Palle, Sreenath, R., P02014 Palmieri, Ferdinando, P19017 Palomar, V. Miguel, P15009 Palusa, Saiprasad, P16079 Pan, Xiao, P06020 PANDEY, AMITA, P27021 PANDEY, GIRDHAR, KUMAR, P17012 PANDEY, GIRDHAR, KUMAR, P27021 Pandey, Sona, P27036 Pang, Mingxiong, P16052 Pang, Mingxiong, P17019 Pang, Qiuying, P19002 Panoli, Aneesh, P06008 Panstruga, Ralph, P27028 Papineni, Rao, P02002 Pappu, Hanu, P02006 Parida, Ajay, P12008 Park, Eung-Jun, P16001 Park, Eung-Jun, P16001 Park, Hee-Jin, P25013 Park, Hee-Yeon, P09027 Park, Jaeyoung, P03010 Park, Jaeyoung, P25070 Park, Jeong Ho, P19020 Park, Ji Eon, P09032 Park, Jungeun, P10001 Park, Sang-Hyun, P16034 Park, Soon Ju, P17041 Park, Soyon, P02015 Park, Sunghun, P02038 Park, Sunghun, P09014 Park, Sunghun, P02038 Park, Sunghun, P10001 Park, Sunjung, P05008 Parker, Jane, P09001 Parkhi, Vilas, P16028 Park-Kang, Hyun, P10012 Parsley, Kathryn, P04019 Parsons, Jason, G, P12009 Pasternak, Shiran, P17048 Pasule, Christian, P05007 Patel, Geetika, P05036

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Patel, Geetika, P05036 Patel, Vidhi, P06013 Pati, Pratap, Kumar, P16055 Patil, Bhimanagouda, P16028 Patra, Biranchi, P06050 Patrick, John, P16019 Patrick, Ryan, P16069 Patrick, Ryan, P08017 Patrick, Ryan, P16029 Patron, Araceli, P06028 Pattathil, Sivakumar, P03003 Pattathil, Sivakumar, P26001 Paturzzio, Mindy, P17007 Paul, Nigel, D, P25028 Paul, Nigel, D, P25029 Pauls, K Peter, P02044 Pauly, Markus, P04014 Pawl, Michael, C., P19003 Paxson, Margret, P17047 Payton, Paxton, P09007 Payton, Paxton, P09002 Payton, Paxton, P09011 Payton, Paxton, P09008 Payton, Paxton, P09024 Payton, Paxton, P14022 PAYTON, PAXTON, P14004 Peak, David, P29002 Peal, Lila, P04019 Pearce, Gregory, P24004 Pearse, Stuart, J, P12016 Peck, Matthew, P04028 Peck, Matthew, P03006 Peck, Matthew, P04024 Pedmale, Ullas, V, P11010 Peery, Rhiannon, P17034 Peery, Rhiannon, M, P08012 Peet, Micah, G., P19003 Peethambaran, Bela, P25081 Pei, Weike, P05035 Peiffer, Michelle, P25055 Peine, Nora, P09001 Pelgas, Betty, P10009 Pellegrini, Matteo, P15010 Pellman, David, P05033 Pena, Carolina, P04028 Pendall, Elise, P07001 Peng, Hao, P18011 Peng, Hsiao-Ping, P09012 Peng, Huiru, P13012 Peng, Jie, P06005 Peng, Zhao, P25017 Peng, Zhaohua, P15007 Pennington, David, P13014 Pepin, Steeve, P22016 Perchlik, Molly, P29006 Perchlik, Molly, P29005 Pereira, Andy, P14009 Perera, Imara, P27007 Perera, M. Ann D.N., P18010 Perera, Minoli, P01001 Perez, Billy, P16086 Perez-Hernandez, Bertha, P25091 Perroud, Pierre-Francois, P06048 Perroux, Jai, P16019 Perry, Jillian, P25078 Perry, Sharyn, E., P06050 Persans, Michael, W, P08004 Persans, Michael, W, P12009 Pesacreta, Thomas, C, P06011 Peters, Reuben., J, P03011 Petluru, Monica, P16097 Petrasovits, Lars, A, P02007 Petros, Robby, A, P25030 Petruff, Tanya, P17047 Pfannstiel, Jens, P05007 Phan, Nguyen, P27011 Pharis, Richard, P16001 Pharmawati, Made, P12016 Phillips, Allison, P06022 Phillips, George, N, P27025 Philosoph-Hadas, Sonia, P05004 Pichardo González, Juan Manuel, P06003 Pieper, Jordan, P17044 Pieper, Jordan, P08026 Pierik, Ronald, M204 pieris, shayani, deborah, P01002 Pighin, Jamie, P05027 Pignatta, Daniela, P16004 Pike, Carl, P07009 Piñeros, Miguel, P12010 Piques, Maria, P19011 Pires, Chris, P17021 Pires, Chris, P06009 Pires, Ines, S, P17006 pizzonia, john, P02002 Plachta, Katherine, M., P27004 Platt, Samantha, P19015 Plaxton, William, C., M504 Plaxton, William, C., P12028 Ploetz, Larry, P19014 Plotkowski, Derek, J, P25019 Poirier, Yves, P02007 Poliakov, Anton, P22015 Poliakov, Anton, P11006 Polimbetova, Fatima, A., P14001 Polioudakis, Damon, P08025 Pomeranz, Marcelo, P08002 Pompe Novak, Marusa, P05004 Pomraning, Kyle, R, P15010 Ponder, David, M, P06067 Poon, Yan, S, P04022 Poovaiah, B.W. (Joe), P27037 Popescu, George, P27010 Popescu, Sorina, Claudia, P27010 Popp, Michael, P09016 Prasad, Kasavajhala, P16079 Preece, Justin, P28002 Pressly, Jeffrey, P16097 Preuss, Daphne, M402 Prewitt, Sarah, F, P06044 Prewitt, Sarah, F, P06044 Priamurskiy, Damian, P19014 Price, Brian, P28006 Price, Neil, P. J., P25059 Price, William, Brian, P16084 Priest, Henry, P09006 Prinzenberg, Aina, E., P13010 Prom, Louis, K, P02037 Pruneda-Paz, Jose, L, P16098 Pu, Li, P15003 Puckhaber, Lorraine, P02014 Puppala, Naveen, P09008 Purugganan, Michael, P16010 Purugganan, Michael, D, P17006 Pusch, Gordon, P28004 Putarjunan, Aarthi, P22013 Puthuval, Kannan, K, P14005 Putnam, Andrea, P06050 Pyl, Eva-Theresa, P19011 Pysh, Leonard, D, P05025

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Qi, Yiping, P02052 Qi, Yiping, P02018 Qian, Jun, P13006 Qian, Weiqiang, P13006 QIN, HUA, P14004 Qiu, Jiwen, P16017 Qu, Xiao Qing, P25012 Quain, Marian, D, P09019 Quatrano, Ralph, S., P06048 Quek, Lake-Ee, M104 Quint, Marcel, P27040 Quinto, Carmen, P25091 Quinto, Carmen, P06054

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Rabara, Roel, C, P14018 Rabara, Roel, C, P14020 Rabiger, David, S, P06062 Radchuk, Ruslana, P06063 Radchuk, Volodymyr, P06063 Rae, Anne, P16019 Raes, Niels, P23009 Rahman, Abidur, P13008 Rahman, Abidur, P18025 Rahman, Abidur, P06055 Raichaudhuri, Ayan, P12023 Rain, Jean-Christophe, P20005 Rajasekaran, Kanniah, P24005 Rajasekharan, Ram, P16005 RAJASEKHARAN, RAM, P03008 Ralph, John, P19021 Ralph, John, P19018 Raman, Vidhyavathi, P16045 Ramaraj, Thiru, P17019 Rambani, Aditi, P17023 Ramos, Humberto, P25016 Ramundo, Silvia, P16062 Randall, Stephen, P13011 Randall, Stephen, K, P13022 Rani, Shiva, S.K., P25011 Ranjan, Aashish, P06061 Ranjan, Aashish, P06005 RANJAN, RAJEEV, P27021 Rashotte, Aaron, M, P18006 Rashotte, Aaron, M, P18014 Rasineni, Girish, K, P26006 Rasmussen, Carolyn, P06027 Rathinasabapathi, Bala, P02022 Rathinasabapathi, Bala, P01004 Rathore, Keerti, P16028 rathore, Keerti, s, P02014 Rathore, Keerti, S., P02028 Ratnayaka, Harish, P07010 Rätsch, Gunnar, P17039 Rätsch, Gunnar, P17040 RATTLIF, LYNDSAY, P16082 Ratzel, Sarah, E., P05032 Ray, Animesh, P06050 Ray, Tui, P16068 Rea, Matthew, P15008 Rea, Matthew, P15008 Reagan, Bryan, P08003 Reddick, L., Evan, P03001 Reddy, Anireddy, P16079 Reddy, Anireddy, P16079 Reddy, Pallavolu, M., P16011 Reddy, Srirama, Krishna, P06071 Redwood, Mame, P07005 Reed, David, P07001 Reed, Jason, P06037 Reese, Dominica, P25054 Reese, R, Neil, P14018 Reese, R Neil, P14020 Reeves, Paul, H., P06037 Reichert, Angelika, P16033 Reinheimer, Renata, P06030 Reiter, Wolf-Dieter, P05018 Remigereau, Marie-Stanislas, P17039 Ren, Haiyun, P05035 Ren, Shuxin, P16093 Rensing, Stefan, A, P28002 Rentsch, Doris, P19017 Reuter-Carlson, Ursula, P10005 Reyes, Francisca, P05021 Reyes, Jose, L, P14007 Reyes, Jose L., P09026 REYES, JOSE LUIS, P09029 Reyes- Hernández, Blanca, J., P06069 Reyes Taboada, José Luis, P15009 Reyes-Diaz, Marjorie, P09036 Reyes-Diaz, Marjorie, P11012 Reyes-Hernández, Blanca, J., P06069 Reyna, Antonio, P02045 Reyna, Antonio, P10012 Reynaga-Pena, Cristina, G, P08019 Rhee, Seung Yon, P19014 Ribbeck, Bucky, P27039 Ribera, Alejandra, E, P09036 Ribera, Alejandra, E., P11012 Richards, James, P09003 Richards, Jeffrey, T, P09016 Richardson, Lynn, G, P19017 Rico-Moreno, Noe, P08019 Riggs, Kara, J, P14012 Rinaldi, Mauro, A, P18012 Rinaudi Marron, Luciana, V., P25071 Rios, Lorena, P17009 Risley, Monica, G, P18014 Ritchie, Glen, P09011 Ritter, Jeff, P22018 Robbins, Michael, P16086 Robert, Nadia, P09001 Roberts, Michael, R, P25028 Roberts, Michael, R, P25029 Roberts, Pamela, D, P25058 Robertson, Deborah, L., P01001 Robertson, Dominique, P20006 Robinson, Bruce, R, P18014 Robinson, Dave, L., P08020 Robinson, Dave, L., P25075 Robinson, Whitney, D., P12028 Rochaix, Jean-David, P16062 Rock, Chris, P09011 Rock, Christopher, D, P16099 Rockwell, Nathan, C, P11002 Rodermel, Steve, P22013 Rodermel, Steven, P22007 Rodermel, Steven, P22007 Rodionov, Dmitri, A, P19017 Rodrigo-Peiris, Thushani, P05002 Rodriguez, Gabriela, P02003 Rodriguez, Lorraine, P17009 Rodríguez Rodríguez, Manuel, Fernando, P06042 Rodriguez-Salus, Melinda, P25065 Rogers, Angel, P09038 Rohila, Jai, P16086 Rohloff, Jens, P13011 Ronald, Pamela, P03006 Ronald, Pamela, C, P27005 Ronan, Thomas, P27022 Rooney, William, L., P16008 Rosas, Ulises, P16010 Rosas, Ulises, P16010 Roschzttardtz, Hannetz, P05021 Rosenthal, David, P27028 Rosenthal, David, M, P23004 Rosenthal, Sun Hee, P02010 Ross, Cliff, P07006 Ross, Loretta, P25088 Rossi, Denise, P10012 Rossi, Denise, P02045 Rounsley, Steve, P17048 Rousseau, Frederic, P02013 Roux, Stan, P08025 Roux, Stan, P08023 Roux, Stanley, P27039 Roux, Stanley, J, P03005 Roux, Stanley, J, P16040 Roy, Ansuman, P16086 Roy Choudhury, Swarup Roy, P27036 Ruan, Deling, P27005 Ruan, Jianhua, P16097 Rudd, Jackie, P14022 Ruiz, Florestella, P12009 Running, Mark, P., P06048 Rushton, Paul, J., P02005 Rushton, Paul, J, P14018 Rushton, Paul, J, P14020 Russell, Andrew, R, P25093 Russell, Josh, P08025 Russell, William K., P16042 Russinova, Eugenia, P02013 Rutkoski, Jessica, P02051 Rutschow, Heidi, P18026 Ruyter-Spira, Carolien, P24001 Rydén, Anna-Margareta, P24001 Rysbekova, Ayman, B., P14001 Ryu, Yungil, P02018

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Saatian, Behnaz, P16080 Sacco, Melanie, A, P25087 Sack, Lawren, P23010 Sae-Seaw, Juthamas, P06070 Saha, Nibedita, P02032 Saha, Prasenjit, P04025 Saha, Prasenjit, P04026 Saha, Prasenjit, P16068 Sahoo, Dipak, K, P04003 Saito, Kazuki, M102 Sakakibara, Hitoshi, P16016 Sakakibara, Hitoshi, P12007 Sakata, Katsumi, P14016 Sakiroglu, Muhammet, P14021 Salas Griñon, Joaquín, Jesús, P06042 Salazar, Arnold, Maloles, P06039 Salehin, Mohammad, P25006 Salehin, Mohammad, P25090 Salerno, Graciela, L., P01003 Salerno, Graciela, L., P01003 Salerno, Graciela, L., P25067 Salerno, Graciela, L., P25067 Salvato, Fernanda, P06015 Salzman, Ron, P18031 Salzman, Ron, P13023 Samaj, Jozef, P06020 Samanta, Manoj, P, P16099 Sample, Angela, M403 Samuel, Marcus, A, P06002 Samuel, Marcus, A, P06029 San Francisco, Susan, P09002 Sanchez, Federico, P06054 Sanchez, Federico, P06054 Sánchez, Federico, P16011 Sánchez García, Alicia, P06042 Sanchez-Gomez, Concepcion, P06028 Sanchez-Lares, Jonathan, P06028 Sanderson, Michael, P17048 Sandhu, Kulbir, Singh, P18011 Sandoya, German, V, P25057 Saneoka, Hirofumi, P12029 Sanford, Nicholas, P17019 Sankaranarayanan, Subramanian, P06002 Santana, Olivia, P25091 Santos, Adriana, B., P04011 Santos, Anesia, P25016 Santos, Daniel, A, P04022 Sardesai, Nagesh, P02054 Sarikaya, Mehmet, P06024 Sarowar, Sujon, P25056 Sasaki, Izumi, P24009 Sasidharan, Rashmi, M204 Sato, Shusei, P25088 Satoh-Cruz, Mio, P05029 Sattar, Sampurna, P25046 Sattarzadeh, Amirali, P11009 Savy, Virginia, P25099 Saxena, Dr. Neeti, P25011 Sayre, Richard, P01002 Schade, Gunnar, W, P23002 Schäfermeyer, Kim, R., P06050, P13013, P13015 Schaller, Andreas, P05007 Schaller, Andreas, P25022 Schaller, G., Eric, P18030 Schat, Henk, P12012 Schat, Henk, P12005 Schatz, Michael, C, P17041 Scheible, Wolf, R, P12016 Scheller, Henrik, P03006 Scheller, Henrik, P25061 Schenck, Craig, P27018 Schiefelbein, John, P06007 Schlauch, Karen, P13005 Schlauch, Karen, A, P09024 Schlicke, Hagen, P22001 Schmelz, Eric, P25064 Schmelz, Eric, P16085 Schmelz, Eric, A., P25045 Schmidt, Axel, P25080 Schmidt, Holger, P12012 Schmidt, Robert, P06030 Schnabel, Elise, P25023 Schnabel, Elise, P25027 Schnabel, Elise, P25003 Schnable, James, C, P17011 Schnell, Danny, J., P05009 Scholthof, Herman, B, P25040 Scholthof, Karen-Beth, P25037 Scholthof, Karen-Beth, G., P25010 Scholtz, Leigh, A, P07011 Schramm, Elizabeth, C., P09004 Schrenker, Denyse, P17033 Schrick, Kathrin, P16061 Schroeder, Dana, F, P17002 Schroeder, Frank, C, P25024 Schroeder, Julian, P09001 Schroeder, Julian, P09001 Schroeder, Julian, I, P20001 Schultz, Carolyn, P04001 Schultz, Darrin, P25019 Schulz, Burkhard, P18013 Schulz, Burkhard, P18015 Schulze, Waltraud, P19011 Schumaker, Karen, S., P06016 Schwallier, Rachel, M, P23009 Schwender, Jorg, P19005 Schwessinger, Benjamin, P27005 Schymkowitz, Joost, P02013 Scott, Kadria, P09025 Seaver, Samuel, P28004 Seay, Damien, C., P05008 Sebastian, Jose, P06021 Sedivy, Eric, P16060 Seebeck, Timothy, P17033 Seetan, Raed, P17032 Seger, Mark, P16018 Segura, Miranda, P08012 Segura, Miranda, Jean, P20007 Sejima, Hiroe, P13005 Selote, Devarshi, P25052 Sengodon, Padma, P04017 Sengupta-Gopalan, Champa, P16018 Seo, Hak Soo, P16053 Seo, Mitsunori, P18024 Seok, Hye-Yeon, P09027 Serapiglia, Michelle, J., P04002 Seren, Ümit, P17039 Serrano, Irene, P09028 Seufferheld, Gabriella, P16060 Shabab, Mohammed, P25001 Shabanowitz, Jeffrey, P26008 Shachar-Hill, Yair, P01002 Shackel, Ken, P14011 Shackel, Kenneth, P05039 Shaff, Jon, P12010 Shah, Jay, P02048 Shah, Jyoti, P25030 Shah, Jyoti, P25056 Shakirov, Eugene, P16083 Shan, Libo, P27001 Shan, Libo, P25005 Shan, Libo, P25050 SHANKAR, ALKA, P27021 Shao, Mon-Ray, P15001 Sharkey, Thomas, P22010 Sharkey, Thomas, D, P19008 Sharma, Ashutosh, P06069 Sharma, Mandeep, P25057 Sharma, Nidhi, P06025 Sharma, Pooja, P06012 Sharma, Trivima, P16012 Sharp, Robert, E., P08022 Sharp, Robert, E, P09024 Sharp, Robert, E, P14012

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Shaw, Sidney, L, P05003 Sheahan, Michael, P05005 Shear, Ruth, P08023 Sheen, Jen, P27001 SHEN, GUOXIN, P14004 Shen, Kaiyu, P16048 Shen, Kaiyu, P28001 Shen, Qingxi, J, P14018 Shen, Qingxi, J, P14020 Shen, Xin, P12015 Shen, Yu-Hsing, P09021 Shen, Zhouxin, P25015 Shen, Zhouxin, P16088 Shen, Zhouxin, P05026 Shen, Zhouxin, P13018 Shi, Haiying, P19010 Shi, Hua, P25021 Shi, Rui, P16013 Shi, Xiaoli, P17022 Shi, Xiuling, P18006 Shibasaki, Kyohei, P18032 Shih, Han-Wei, P27039 Shih, Ming-Che, P09012 Shih, Ming-Che, P09015 Shin, Ryoung, P12007 Shin-nosuke, Hashida, P23005 Shippen, Dorothy, E, P16067 Shirasaka, Naoki, P14016 Shirk, Paul, D, P25064 Shishkova, Svetlana, P06069 Shiu, Shin-Han, P17017 Shockey, Jay, M, P03004 Shoji, Kazuhiro, P23005 Shortt, Katherine, P25072 Showalter, Allan, P26001 Showalter, Allan, M, P03003 Showalter, allan, M, P17015 Shpak, Elena, P06046 Shulaev, Vladimir, P05023 Shulaev, Vladimir, P16090 Sicard, Adrien, P06043 Siddiqua, Mahbuba, P02044 Sieburth, Leslie, P16059 Sieferer, Elke, P05007 Silady, Rebecca, P06019 Silva, Marcelo, A., P10012 Silva, Melecio, P25054 Siman, Steven, P05031 Simkova, Hana, P17032 Simmons, Blake, P19018 Simmons, Sarah, P08025 Simmons, Sarah, P08023 Simon, Stacey, A, P16045 Simonetti, Nicole, P09034 Simons, Brigitte, P27029 Simpson, Craig, G, P16020 SINGH, AMARJEET, P27021 SINGH, AMARJEET, P17012 Singh, Narendra, K., P17008 Singh, Ravi, P, P02051 Singh, Seema, P19018 Sinha, Neelima, P16072 Sinha, Neelima, P06005 Sinha, Neelima, R., P06061 Siritunga, Dimuth, P17009 Siritunga, Dimuth, P02003 Siriwardana, Chamindika, P27040 Siriwardana, Nirodhini, S., P06013 Skaggs, Megan, I., P06016 Skoneczka, Jeffrey, A, P29001 Slamet-Loedin, Inez, H, P16037 Slattery, Becky, P08012 Slattery, Rebecca, A, P23004 Smalley, John, V., P17003 Smalls, Deana, P09038 Smart, Lawrence, P04002 Smeekens, Sjef, P17036 Smieszek, Sandra, Paulina, P28003 Smith, Aaron, P., P12025 Smith, Andrew, P17039 Smith, Barry, P28002 Smith, Caroline, M, P27007 Smith, Erick, P02023 Smith, Halie, P17044 Smith, Halie, P08026 Smith, Jacqueline, P22001 Smith, Matthew, D, P05031 Smith, Matthew, D, P05036 SMITH, MATTHEW D, P05028 Smith, Michelle, P19018 Smith, Richard, S., P06061 Smith, Steven, P18029 Snel, Jan, P13010 Snell, Kristi, D, P02007 Soetedjo, Livana, P16041 Solofoharivelo, Marie Chrystine, P14013 Soma, Shiva, P16027 Somers, David, E., P26002 Somerville, Chris, P25061 Somerville, Shauna, P25061 Somleva, Maria, N, P02007 Sonego, Lilian, P05004 Song, Qiang, P17039 Song, Xiangyu, P16067 Sønsteby, Anita, P13011 Sorenson, Reed, P16059 Sorrells, Mark, E, P02051 Sosa, Guadalupe, P09026 SOSA-VALENCIA, GUADALUPE, P09029 Sosso, Davide, P25012 Sovero, Valpuri, P16084 Sozzani, Rosangela, P06053 Spangler, Jacob, P17018 Spence, Carla, P25060 Spiering, Martin, J., P24003 Spiess, Gretchen, M, P18007 Spitzer, Christoph, P05021 Sponsel, Valerie, P18027 Sponsel, Valerie, P16097 Spooner, William, P17048 Sprague, Stuart, P02038 Sprague, Stuart, P10001 Sprague, Stuart, P09014 Spreitzer, Robert, J., P22012 Spreitzer, Robert, J., P26006 Springer, Clint, P07003 Springer, Clint, P23007 Springer, Clint, J, P07011 Sreekanta, Suma, P25081 Srivastava, Avinash, C., P06069 SRIVASTAVA, RENU, P05010 Sszczyglowski, Krzysztof, P25078 Stacy, Apollo, P08025 Stanga, John, P18029 Stanton-Geddes, John, P25019 Stanzione, Dan, P20003 Starker, Colby, G, P02018 Starker, Colby, G., P02052 Staves, Mark, P, P06056 Steber, Camille, M., P09004 Stefano, Giovanni, P19004 Steffen, Joshua, P17040 Stegle, Oliver, P17039 Stegle, Oliver, P17040 Stein, Joshua, P17048 Stein, Nils, P17032 Stephan, Dirk, P14013 Stephens, Brian, W, P12030 Stephens, Brian, W., P19022 Stevens, Rick, P28004 Stevenson, Dennis, Wm, P28002 Stewart, C., Neal, P02042 Stewart, C. Neal, P04021 Stintzi, Annick, P25022

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Stipanovic, Arthur, P04002 Stipanovic, Robert, d, P02014 Stitt, Mark, P12016 Stitt, Mark, P19016 Stitt, Mark, M101 Stitt, Mark, P19011 Stoller, Jerry, P18031 Stoller, Jerry, P13023 Stone, Matthew, D., P26008 Stork, Jozsef, P04003 Strader, Lucia, P05034 Strader, Lucia, C, P05015 Strader, Lucia, C, P18012 Strader, Lucia, C, P18018 Strauss, Steven, H, P15010 Strawn, Rachel, P14002 Street, Ian, P18030 Strellner, Reid, S, P14005 Stutz, Samantha, P22008 Su, Dongyin, P26005 Su, Hui, P05035 Sugawara, Yasutake, P14017 Sugimoto, Toshio, P22003 Suguitan, Cristy, P09034 Sullivan, Joseph, P10005 Sulpice, Ronan, P12016 Sulpice, Ronan, P17038 Sulpice, Ronan, P19011 Sun, Jian, P12015 Sun, Lan, P19018 SUN, LI, P14004 SUN, LI, P18020 Sun, Mei, P11007 Sun, Yucheng, P25086 Sunada, Mariko, P05029 Sundaram, Sabarinath, P16083 Sundaram, Sabarinath, P02014 Sundaresan, Venkatesan, P06017 Sundaresan, Venkatesan, P06008 Sunde, Gavin, P11001 Sung, Sibum, P06025 Sung, Sibum, P15005 Sung, Tzu-Ying, P19012 Sung, Zinmay Renee, P15003 Sunilkumar, Ganesan, P02014 Sunkar, Ramanjulu, P14007 Sunkar, Ramanjulu, P04020 Sunkar, Ramanjulu, P25046 Sunnadeniya, Rasika, P17046 Sunnadeniya, Rasika, P17014 Sunnadeniya, Rasika, M, P17045 Sunter, Garry, P16097 Surabhi, Giridara-Kumar, P16079 Sutherlin, William, J, P18015 Sutherlin, William, J, P18015 Sutton, Fedora, P13017 Suyama, Akiko, P05014 Suzuki, Masaharu, P18016 Suzuki, Masaharu, P17043 Suzuki, Masaharu, P06001 Suzuki, Massaharu, P17047 Suzuki, Nobuhiro, P13005 Suzuki, Yuji, P22003 Swatek, Kirby N, P27016 Sweeney, Megan, P16099 Sword, Gregory, A., P25007 Sylvester, Anne, P06027 Szabo, Arthur, G, P05036 Szczyglowski, Krzysztof, P25088 Szecowka, Marek, P19016 Szemenyei, Heidi, P25061 Thammannagowda, Shiv, P25068 Thelen, Jay, J, P06015 Thelen, Jay J, P27016 Theroux Rancourt, Guillaume, P22016 Thierer, James, Henry, P18017 Thierer, James, Henry, P18017 Thines, Bryan, P16095 Thole, Julie, M, P06048 Thomas, Julie, P16079 Thomas, Terry, L., P10012 Thompson, Gary, A, P25046 Thompson, Stephanie, S., P19092 Thudi, Mahendar, P17030 Tian, Gary, P16080 Tiffin, Peter, P25019 Tilelli, Michael, P08010 Tilelli, Michael, P04009 Tilelli, Michael, P04010 Ting, Hieng-Ming, P24001 Tiruneh, Bayu, S, P16047 Tissue, David, P09008 Tobimatsu, Yuki, P19021 Tobimatsu, Yuki, P19018 Toomajian, Chris, P17040 Torii, Keiko, U, P06024 Tovar-Mendez, Alejandro, P27016 Towne, Christopher, P17017 Tran, Hue, T., P12028 Tran, Huy, Duc, P13001 Tran, Lam-Son Phan, P12007 Tran, Tam, P19014 Traver, Elizabeth, P14002 Tremblay, Linda, M403 Trethewy, Alex, P29005 Tribus, Marek, P25095 Tribus, Marek, P25092 Tripathi, Diwaker, P02006 Tripathi, Diwaker, P02006 Tripathi, Prateek, P14018 Tripathi, Prateek, P14020 Tripathy, Baishnab, P22011 Trusov, Yuri, P27028 Tsai, Chung-Jui, P16016 Tsai, Siu Mui, P25082 Tsang, Edward W. T., P16080 Tsay, Yi-Fang, P12017 Tseng, Ching-Ying, P16030 Tseng, I-Chieh, P09009 Tseng, Tong-Seung, P27008 Tseng, Yu-Yuan, P11011 Tsou, Pei-Lan, P16063 Tsou, Pei-Lan, P08018 Tsuda, Kenichi, P25079 Tsuda, Kenichi, P25081 Tucker, Avery, P16048 Tuncel, Aytug, P03002

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Tabata, Satoshi, P25088 Tadege, Million, P06059 Tafelmeyer, Petra, P20005 Takagi, Daisuke, P22003 Takahashi, Daisuke, P13007 Takahashi, Daisuke, P13008 Takahashi, Hideyuki, P22014 Takahashi, Hideyuki, P14016 Takeuchi, Tomomi, P16026 Tallman, Gary, P13004 Tam, Rachel, P13005 Tamerler, Candan, P06024 Tamot, Banita, P06014 Tang, Dingzhong, P25021 Tang, Haibao, P17017 Tang, Wenqiang, P06029 Tang, Yuhong, P16068 Taniguchi, Kouichi, P17031 Tantravahi, Pratyusha, P02045 Tarte, Vaishali, Naresh, P09032 Tasaki, Hiromi, P29007 Tasi, Alec, P17047 Tasneem, Tania, P08025 Taylor, Alan, P29007 Taylor, Christopher, G, P25072 Taylor, J Philip, P27011 Taylor, Jane, E, P25028 Taylor, Jane, E, P25029 Taylor, Jim, P13014 Taylor, Jim, P13014 Taylor-Teeples, Mallorie, P28005 Taylor-Teeples, Mallorie, P16091 Teal, Peter, E, P25064 Tegeder, Mechthild, P29005 Tegeder, Mechthild, P29006 Terzaghi, William, P16065 Terzaghi, William, P16065

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Turcio, Arriana, P06019 Turkett, William, H., P19089 Tusek Znidaric, Magda, P05004 Tuttle, John, Richard, P20006 Tuzel, Erkan, P05017 Twigg, Paul, P04012 Twigg, Paul, P04016 Twigg, Paul, P04015 Twigg, Paul, P04013 Tyagi, Akhilesh, Kumar, P17012 Vandenbrink, Joshua, P, P04006 Vander Kooi, Craig, P19019 Vangronsveld, Jaco, P12005 Varanasi, Patanjali, P19018 Varshney, Rajeev, K, P17030 Vaughan, Akinola, P24003 Vaughan, Martha, M, P25064 Vaughn, Justin, N, P16047 Vavasseur, Alain, P27009 Veerappa, Roopa, D, P06052 Veerappan, Vijaykumar, P15006 Vega-Sanchez, Miguel, P03006 Veilleux, Richard, P16090 Venables, Barney, J, P25030 Venetos, Alexandra, P26001 Venkataraman, Gayatri, P12008 Venkova, Savina, V, P05015 Ventura, Meredith, P05015 Ventura, Yvonne, P12026 Verhertbruggen, Yves, P25061 Verma, Deepak, Kumar, NULL Verma, Deepak, Kumar, NULL Versaw, Wayne, K, P05030 VERSAW, WAYNE, K, P16082 Verstappen, Francel, W.A., P24001 Vicentini, Renato, P04011 Vidali, Luis, P05017 Vierling, Elizabeth, P13012 Vierstra, Richard, P11001 Vierstra, Richard, D, P26003 Vierstra, Richard, D., P27025 Vijayakumar, Anitha, P16005 Vilhjalmsson, Bjarni, P17039 Villagarcia, Hector, P06046 Villagarcia, Hector, E, P06046 Villalobos-vega, Randol, P07002 Vincentz, Michel, P04011 Vining, Kelly, P15010 Virdi, Kamaldeep, S, P15001 Vizard, Douglas, P02002 Voesenek, Laurentius, A.C.J., M204 Vogel, Heiko, P25001 Vogel, John, P25035 Voigt, Thomas, B, P04018 von Arnim, Albrecht, P16047 von Einem, Sabrina, P25034 von Reuss, Stephan, H, P25024 Vosloh, Daniel, P19016 Voytas, Daniel, F, P02018 Voytas, Daniel, F., P02052 Vreugdenhil, Dick, P17038 Vroh, Bi, P02004

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Wada, Hiroshi, P14011 Wadke, Namita, P25080 Wagner, Armin, P19021 Wagner, Josh, P05037 Waligora, Ryan, P19015 Walker, Berkley, P22004 Walker, Joseph, M., P27025 Walls, Ramona, P28002 Wan, Dongli, P16007 Wan, Jiangxin, M403 Wan, Wei-Lin, P18021 Wang, Dong, P15001 Wang, Dongfang, P06016 Wang, Haijiao, P18004 Wang, Hao, P27012 Wang, Houcong, P02012 Wang, Huanzhong, P04007 Wang, Huanzhong, P04007 Wang, Hung-Mei, M403 Wang, Jiaojiao, P05035 Wang, Jing, P15006 Wang, Ken-Der, P25087 Wang, Kevin, P17049 Wang, Kevin, Yueju, P02026 Wang, Lin, P25081 Wang, Meijuan, P12015 Wang, Mingyi, P17042 Wang, PoHao, P16086 Wang, Qiang, P12003 Wang, Ruigang, P16007 Wang, Ruigang, P16014 Wang, Ruigang, P16013 Wang, Tiansheng, P02012 Wang, Trevor, P25078 Wang, Wenfang, P16014 Wang, Wenming, P25014 Wang, Xiaofei, P10001 Wang, Xiaofeng, P09013 Wang, Xiaomin, P06018 Wang, Xin-quan, P09035 Wang, Xioafeng, M501 Wang, Xuelu, P18004 Wang, Xuemin, P27006 Wang, Yang, M403 Wang, Yi, P14003 Wang, Yi-Chieh, P09021 Wang, Yihai, P27013 Wang, Ying, P16014 Wang, Yixing, P06006 Wang, Yixing, P04019

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Uchacz, Tina, M403 Uchiyama, Asako, P09037 Udall, Joshua, A, P17023 Udall, joshua A, P17023 Udayasree, Yennawaram, P25011 Udeshi, Namrata, D., P26008 Udvardi, Michael, P14021 Udvardi, Michael, P17042 Udvardi, Michael, P18032 Ueda, Akihiro, P12029 Ueda, Takashi, P05029 Uemura, Matsuo, P13008 Uemura, Matsuo, P13007 Ugartechea-Chirino, Yamel, S.., P06069 Ullah, Hemayet, P09038 Unegbu, Fortune, P27039 Upadhyay, Pallavi, P07008 Urano, Daisuke, P27011, P27012 Urriola, Jazmina, I, P02028 Utz, Daniella, P05041

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Valencia, Cesar, U, P25007 Valencia-Mayoral, Pedro, P06028 Valentova, Olga, P13019 Valliyodan, Babu, P19010 van der Krol, Sander, P24001 van der Schoor, Rob, P13010 Van der Walt, Anelda, P14013 van Eeuwijk, Fred, P17036 van Herpen, Teun, P24001 Van Houtte, Isabelle, P02013 Van Volkenburgh, Elizabeth, P14006 van Vugt, Rogier, P23009 van Wijk, Klaas, P22015 van Wijk, Klaas, J, P11006 Vandenbrink, Joshua, P04006

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Wang, Yu, P11007 Wang, Zhi, Yong, P06029 Wang, Zhiyong, P06070 Waqas, Muhammad, P10004 Ward, Rebecca, P05025 Ware, Doreen, P17048 Ware, Doreen, P16091 Ware, Doreen, P28005 Ware, Doreen, P28007 Ware, Doreen, P17029 Warpeha, Katherine, P16041 Warpeha, Katherine, P10005 Warpeha, Katherine, P27022 Warpeha, Katherine, M., P27004 Washington, Erica, J, P25073 Wasteneys, Geoffrey, P05027 Wasternack, Claus, P25022 Waters, Elizabeth, P09034 Wattron, Bailey, P25006 Weaver, David, B., P17008 Wedegaertner, Thomas, C, P02014 Weeda, Sarah, M., P16093 Weeraratne, Tharindu, P, P06052 Wei, Lili, P16014 Wei, Sharon, P17048 Weidman, Taylor, P05025 Weinig, Cynthia, P07004 Weinig, Cynthia, M302 Weining, Cynthia, P14002 Weise, Sean, E., P22010 WEN, BO, P06051 Wen, Jiangqi, P17042 Wen, Liuying, P05029 Wen, Yingqiang, P25014 Wendel, Jonathan, F., P17023 Wentworth, Chris, P29008 Wernecke, Tyler, S., P25092 Wernecke, Tyler, Silver, P25095 Wessel, Aimee, P08025 Wessendorf, Ryan, L., P19003 Wessler, Susan, A102 Westfall, Corey, P18005 Westfall, Corey, P18022 Westley, Lauren, P07009 WHEELER, AMANDA, P16082 Wheeler, Raymond, M, P09016 Whippo, Craig, P27008 White, FranK, P25017 White, Frank, P10001 White, Frank, P25012 White, Frank, P09014 White, Frank, F, P16044 White, Stephanie, L, P23002 Whiting, Matthew, P02023 Whitley, Rebekah, P04004 Whitney, Spencer, M, P26010 Wicklow, Donald, T., P25059 Wiemels, Richard, P03003 Wilhelm, Larry, J, P15010 Wilkins, Thea, P17019 Willats, William, P03006 Willats, William, G.T., P04001 Williams, Ashley, P27022 Williams, Brian, P03006 Williams, Brian, A, P16020 Williams, Christopher, P07009 Williams, Danielle, P09025 Williams, Jason, P08006 Williams, Robin, P18027 Willis, Jonathan, D, P04021 Wilson, Darryel, P22001 Wilson, Margaret, P25072 Wilson, Robert, P13011 Wimmelbacher, Matthias, P27033 Wing, Rod, P17048 Winge, Per, P13011 Winter, Cara, P06053 Witthuhn, Bruce, A., P26008 Woittiez, Lotte, P24001 Wong, Joshua, P02046 Wong, S, Chin, P18009 Wong, Valerie, M, P06052 Woo, Dong-Hyuk, P09027 Woo, Dong-Hyuk, P09032 Woo, Hye Ryun, P06073 Woo, Je-Chang, P16034 Wood, Andreq, J, P25002 Woodhouse, Margaret, P17011 Woodward, Andrew, W, P05015 Woodward, Andrew, W., P05032 Worrall, Dawn, P25029 Worrall, Dawn, P25028 Wright, Amanda, Joy, P06058 Wright, Donna, P08007 Wright, Louwrance, P25022 Wrinkle, Robert, D, P08004 Wu, Hao, P19092 Wu, Hen-Ming, P06072 Wu, Hen-ming, P05006 Wu, Hen-ming, P27003 Wu, Huixia, P05037 Wu, Jian, P16040 Wu, Jin-Long, P11011 Wu, Kevin, P25097 Wu, Qingyu, P09014 Wu, Qingyu, P10001 Wu, Shan, P17043 Wu, Shan, P17047 Wu, Shuchi, P25074 Wu, Shu-Hsing, P11004 Wu, Shu-Zon, P05016 Wu, Xia, P26004 Wu, Xiaoqian, P16042 Wu, Yisheng, P03011 Wu, Yuzhou, P05005 Wurdeman, Julie, P17044 Wurtele, Eve, P16054 Wyatt, Sarah, P27018 Wyatt, Sarah, P28001 Wyatt, Sarah, P16048 Wynn, April, N, P06032 Wynn, April, N., P16049

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Xia, Ye, P27027 Xia, Yiji, P16007 Xia, Yiji, P16013 Xiao, Albert, P27039 Xiao, Fangming, P27031 Xiao, Fangming, P27032 Xiao, Fangming, P16074 Xiao, Shunyuan, P25014 Xiao, Wenyan, P15008 Xiao, Wenyan, P06074 Xie, Bo, P06018 Xie, Jiahua, P16056 Xie, Zhixin, P17019 Xie, Zhongyu, P02032 Xin, Zhanguo, P17013 Xiong, Guangyan, P04014 Xiong, Guangyan, P04014 Xu, Bo, P12020 Xu, Chunhui, P02020 Xu, Chunxiang, P06020 Xu, Dong, P27016 Xu, Dong, P19010 Xu, Fuqiao, P22012 Xu, Haowen, P04002 Xu, Jie, P02013 Xu, Wen-liang, P26001 Xu, Xiaosa, P27034 Xu, Yi, P25068 Xu, Yi, P25068 Xu, Ying-zhi, P15001 Xu, Yuan, P25079 Xu, Yue, P17034 Xue, Liangjiao, P16016

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Xue, Qingwu, P14022 Xue, Shaowu, P09001 Yang, Jennifer, T., P22010 Yang, Jing, P27011 Yang, Ming, P06006 Yang, Qi, P16014 Yang, Qi, P16014 Yang, Shanshan, P16008 Yang, Shujun, M403 Yang, Wenqiang, P11002 Yang, Yongil, P16094 Yao, Chen, P10007 Yao, Jianchao, P16040 Yao, Jianzhuang, P03001 Yao, Ying, P12003 Yarkhunova, Yulia, P07004 Yau, Frank, Yuan-Yeu, P02026 Yau, Frank Yuan-Yeu, P17049 YEN, Hungchen, Emilie, P26009 Yendrek, Craig, P23003 Yeo, YounSoo, P02029 Yeung, Edward, C, P06002 Yi, Sarah, P27029 Yin, Xiaoyan, P02016 Yin, Xiaoyan, P02021 Ying, Jifeng, M403 Ynalvez, Ruby, P24006 Ynalvez, Ruby, A., P03012 Ynalvez, Ruby, A., P03013 Ynalvez, Ruby, A., P24008 Yoneda, Motohito, P16012 Yong, Jean, W H, P18009 Yoo, Cheol-Min, P06004 Yoo, Cheol-Min, P17025 Yoo, Sang-Dong, P14008 Yookongkaew, Nimnara, P12024 Yoon, Hwi Joong, P25088 Yoong, Fei-Yian, P13002 Yoshihara, Toshihiro, P23005 Yoshizawa, Miwano, P24009 Youens-Clark, Ken, P17048 Youn, Youngwon, P16095 Young, Nevin, P14021 Yu, Chih-Wen, P09017 Yu, Chih-Wen, P10010 Yu, Fei, P22007 Yu, Jialin, P25035 Yu, Keshun, P27026 Yu, Keshun, P27027 Yu, Oliver, P17033 Yu, Qingyi, P06068 Yu, Su-May, P06047 Yu, Su-May, P16036 Yu, Weichang, P02020 Yu, Yeisoo, P17048 Yuan, Cheng, P25035

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YADAV, SANDEEP, P27021 Yadav, Vandana, P06037 Yadav, Vijay, Kumar, NULL Yadegari, Ramin, P06016 Yadegari, Zeinab, P02044 Yahagi, Hiroyuki, P12029 Yamaguchi, Yube, P25045 Yamasaki, Yuji, P13022 Yamashita, Tetsuro, P13007 Yan, Lijie, P25035 Yan, Xiufeng, P19002 yan, yuanxin, P18008 Yan, Yuanxin, P09030 Yañez-Mansilla, Erwin, P11012 Yang, Amery, P12009 Yang, Bing, P16044 Yang, Cangjing, P18004 Yang, Diane, H.-A., P24004 Yang, Fan, P19018 Yang, Guanyu, P16013 Yang, Hsiu-Ya, P06047 Yang, Huijun, P16073

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Yuan, Yinan, P16016 Yuceer, Cetin, P06031 Yuceer, Cetin, P16076 Yue, Rong, P16014 Zhang, Zhanyuan, P02015 Zhang, Zhanyuan, P02016 Zhang, Zhanyuan, J, P15002 Zhang, Zhiyong, P02012 Zhao, Bingyu, P25074 Zhao, Jianfei, P16017 Zhao, Jianfei, P16017 Zhao, Kangmei, P04026 Zhao, Kangmei, P04025 Zhao, Wei, P09016 Zhao, Yichen, P27015 Zhao, Yunde, P06008 Zhao, Zhulu, P27031 Zheng, Jingsheng, P02012 Zheng, Judy, Y, P09037 Zheng, Kejian, P19018 Zheng, Wenguang, P06074 Zheng, Wenguang, P15008 Zhou, Bo, P11007 Zhou, Changhe, P25074 Zhou, Jing, P06021 zhou, wei, P16037 zhou, wei, P15002 Zhou, Ying-Li, P10010 Zhou, Ying-Li, P09017 Zhu, Huijing, P06045 Zhu, Ling, P11003 Zhu, Ling, P11003 Zhu, Mengmeng, P27029 Zhu, Ning, P19002 Zhu, Ning, P27029 Zhu, Shifeng, P25051 Zhu, Shifeng, P27026 Zhu, Wenjiao, P18004 ZHU, XUNLU, P02041 ZHU, XUNLU, P14004 zhu, yinfeng, P18020 Zhu, Ying, P13006 Zhu, YingFang, P27014 Zhu-Salzman, Keyan, P25086 Zi, Jiachen, P03011 Zielinski, Ray, P27024 Zielinski, Raymond, E., P25041 Zielinski, Raymond, E., P26004 Zimmermann, Dirk, P05007 Zipfel, Cyril, M502 Zipfel, Cyril, P25009 zolfaghar, sepideh, P07002 Zolman, Bethany, K, P18007 Zorzatto, Cristiane, P25016 Zou, Bo, P16007 Zou, Yanjiao, P05006 Zuber, Joshua, P05009 Zubieta, Chloe, P18022 Zubieta, Chloe, P18005 Zuccolo, Andrea, P17048 Zuchi, Jacson, P13002 Zuo, Shimin, P27005 Zurbriggen, Andreas, P22005 Zwack, Paul, J, P18014

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