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Svetlana Goncharova, Alexis Hoffman, Jennifer Holland, Yueyun Hong, Yang Ju, Im
Bhore Janardhan, Amdlie Kelly, Tae Hyun, Kim, Hyun UK Kim, Mijung Kim, Keiko
Kobayashi, Shrinivasrao Mane, Vandana Mhaske, Sebastien Mongrand, Muhammad
Nadeem, Takanori Nishida, Alexandre Olry, Yoshitake Orikasa, Xiangqing Pan, Jong Ho
Park, Mark Partridge, Zohreh Rabiei, Sona Rajakumari, Joaquin Salas, Jay Shockey,
Naim Stiti, Kazimierz Strzalka, Masashi Suzuki, Abdelghani Taghki, John Thoguru,
Henrik Tjellstrom, Sara Tucci, Stepanka Veselkova, Setsuko Wakao, Geliang Wang,
Izabela Witkowska, Yinong Xu, Keshun Yu.
A one page application and an abstract were required. Nearly all applicants were selected
for funding based on scientific merit as determined by the local organizing committee.
Financial aid included a waiver for registration costs and five nights of dorm housing. In
two instances costs for a hotel room were covered to accommodate a person with a
disability and a mother with a small child.
Invited speakers in most cases received a waiver for the registration costs, and full-to-
partial reimbursement of housing and travel costs.
The program consisted of a total of 79 oral presentation with 28 invited speakers and 51
presentations selected from the abstracts by the program committee. While the quality of
science was the dominant factor in selecting oral presentations, efforts were made to
present a balanced program with regard to the representation of topics, speakers from
underrepresented groups, student speakers, etc. In addition, 107 posters were presented at
A break down of oral talks and posters into sessions is given below (numbers in
parentheses correspond to numbers of contributions in the sections with O, oral
presentations and P, poster presentations):
Session I: Phospholipid biosynthesis and function (01-4)
Session II: Non-phosphorous membrane lipid biosynthesis and function (05-09)
Session III: Lipid trafficking, lipid/fatty acid transporters (010-013)
Session IV: Biosynthesis and function of sphingolipids and sterols (014-018)
Session V: Lipid signaling and oxylipins (019-023)
Session VI Lipid oxidation (024-028)
Session VII: Regulation of membrane lipid homeostasis (029-033)
Session VIII: Surface lipids, cutins, and waxes (034-038)
Session IX: Surface lipids, cutins, and waxes (039-043)
Session X: Fatty acid biosynthesis and engineering of novel pathways (044-048)
Session XI: Fatty acid modification, desaturases and stress adaptation (049-053)
Session XII: Triacylglycerol biosynthesis and engineering (054-058)
Session XIII: Seed oil biosynthesis and metabolic flux analysis (059-062)
Session XIV: Beta-oxidation, triacylglycerol degradation (063-066)
Workshop on algal models (067-070)
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Benning, Christoph. Final Report: 17th international Symposium on Plant Lipids, text, March 7, 2007; [Michigan]. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc888701/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.