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Universidad Adolfo Ibañez 20, 21 y 22 de Octubre 2011
El Comité Nacional de Investigaciones Antárticas (CNIA) y la Universidad Adolfo Ibañez invitan a la VIII Reunión Nacional de Investigación Antártica a realizarse entre el 20 y el 22 de Octubre del 2011 en la casa central de la Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, ubicada en Av. Diagonal las Torres 2700, Peñalolén, Santiago.
El Programa General del evento se reseña a continuación.

Programa Científico Detallado/Detailed Scientific Program
Viernes 21 de octubre/Friday October 21st
Session 1: Ecology Genetic and Evolution (Chairman: Elie Poulin)

08:30-08:48 Evidence of post-glacial re-colonization of Antarctic Peninsula by Nacella (Patinigera) concinna. González-Wevar CA & Poulin E

08:48-09:06 Climate change effect over population size of Pygoscelis adeliae and Pygoscelis papua: a molecular approach) Peña F, Vianna J & Poulin E

09:06-09:24 Temporal and seasonal variation in isotopic composition of Antarctic Seabirds of short (Spheniscidae) and long-distance (Hydrobatiidae) migration at Ardley Island, Antarctic Negrete P, Perona F, Sabat P, Sallaberry M & Quillfeldt P

09:24-09:42 Divergence time estimation and contrasting patterns of genetic diversity between Antarctic and Magellanic near-shore marine benthic invertebrates). Díaz A, González-Wevar CA, Gérard K, Cañete JI & Poulin E

09:42-10:00 Daily activity of the Antarctic limpet Nacella concinna, the sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri and other organisms in situ. Schories D, Sack A, Garrido I, Heran T, Holtheuer J, Kappes J

Workshop: Chilean and New Zealand Antarctic Science Programs: Opportunities for collaboration (Chairman: José Retamales)

10:30-10:50 New Zealand Antarctic science: Strategy to science projects. Ed Butler (Manager of Antarctic Science, Antarctica New Zealand).

10:50-11:10 Highlights of the Chilean Antarctic Scientific Program. Marcelo Leppe (Head of Scientific Department INACH).

11:10-11:30 Funding process and possibilities for international collaboration within the different Chilean Antarctic science funding schemes. Javier Arata. (Head of the Project Department, INACH).

11:30-11:50 General discussion.
Symposium: Past, Present and Future of the Antarctic Flora (Chairman: León A. Bravo)

14:00-14:20 Evolution of the Austral-Antarctic flora since the Cretaceous: A view from the paleobiogeography. Leppe M

14:20-14:40 Ecophysiology of Antarctic vascular plants: two strategies to cope with low temperature and photoinhibition) Bravo LA, Bascuñán-Godoy L, Perez-Torrez E & Corcuera LJ

14:40-15:00 Antarctic tundra under global warming: what will change?) Casanova-Katny MA, Torres-Mellado GA & Cavieres LA

15:00-15:20 Invasions in Antarctica: Current vectors and possible consequences on the native flora. Molina-Montenegro MA, Razeto-Barry P, Convey P & Gianoli E.
Session 2: Glaciology and Atmosphere (Chairman: Jorge Carrasco)

16:00-16:18 Concentration of the most abundant chemical species in tropospheric fine aerosols collected in the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. Préndez M, Wachter J, Correa R, Donoso N, Martínez J, Flocchini R, Wakabayachi P & Morales JR

16:18-16:36 Comparison of Antarctic riometer radio wave absorption and THEMIS missionenergetic electron fluxes. Vidal SE, Ovalle EM & Foppiano AJ

16:36-16:54 Magallanes ice age trail. Jaña R, Durbahn M & Nuñez P

16:54-17:12 Ice velocity and ice elevation changes at Fleming Glacier, Antarctic Peninsula. Wendt A, Rivera A, Bown F, Zamora R, Casassa G, Bravo C, Dietrich R & Fritsche M

17:12-17:30 Recent glaciological surveys in the interior of West Antarctica. Rivera A, Zamora R & Uribe J

Plenary Conference 1

17:30-18.30 Dr. Craig Cary (University of Waikato, New Zealand) Understanding, Valuing, and Protecting Antarctica’s Unique Terrestrial Ecosystems.

Session 3: Microbiology: (Chairman: Marcelo González)

18:30-18:48 Distribution of fecal coliforms near the discharge of wastewater and its relationship to treatment systems in Antarctic Stations. Gómez Fuentes C, Calisto Ulloa N & Astorga España M

18:48-19:06 Characterization of bacteria isolated from coelomic fluid of the Antarctic sea-urchin Sterechinus neumayeri. Urtubia R, Rojas J, Asencio G, Lavín P & González M

19:06-19:24 Plant-Antarctic microorganisms molecular interaction: Arabidopsis thaliana - Pseudomonas sp). Berríos G, Bizama C, Cabrera G, Gidekel M & Gutiérrez A

19:24-19:42 Culture-independent and culture-dependent analysis of submarine samples from hydrothermal sites of Deception Island, Antarctica. Amenábar MJ, Flores PA, Pugin B, Boehmwald FD & Blamey JM

19:42-20:00 Comparison of directed reduction of metals using an Antarctic psychrophile and a termophile. Maire M & Blamey JM

Sábado 22 de octubre/Saturday October 22nd
Session 4: Plant Sciences (Chairman: Marco Molina-Montenegro)

08:30-08:48 Effect of exogenous nitrogen on the performance of Colobanthus quitensis in the Maritime Antarctica. Carrasco-Urra F, Ricote N & Molina-Montenegro MA

08:48-09:06 Antarctic hairgrass expansion, in the South Shetland archipelago and Antarctic Peninsula, revisited Torres-Mellado GA, Jaña R & Casanova-Katny MA

09:06-09:24 Resistance and recovery from cold induced photoinhibition in both Andean and Antarctic ecotypes of Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. (Cariophyllaceae). Bascuñán-Godoy L, Bravo LA & Corcuera L

09:24-09:42 Genetic diversity in populations Colobanthus quitensis present in antarctic sea and the continent. Flores TSM, Torres MG, Molina-Montenegro MA & Torres-Díaz C

09:42-10:00 Photosynthetic response in bentonic diatoms species exposed to different light intensities. Paulina U, Molina E, Petrou K & Zbinden M

Session 5: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Chairman: Gustavo Zúñiga)

10:30-10:48 Expression and identification of a heat shock protein (Hsp70) in immune cells of Sterechinus neumayeri). Calfio CP, Mercado L, Bethke J & González M

10:48-11:06 Metallothionein expression in Antarctic sea urchin (Sterechinus neumayeri) in response to stress parameters). Figueroa T & González M

11:06-11:24 Identification of differentially expressed genes in Deschampsia antarctica Desv., Against oxidative stress by UV radiation). Sandoval A, Fernández E, Gidekel M & Gutiérrez A

11:24-11:42 Cold and photoperiod regulated expression of sucrose phosphate synthase (SPS) favors sucrose accumulation in Colobanthus quitensis during the Antarctic summer) Cuba-Díaz M, Cid K, Navarrete A, Retamal C & Bravo LA

11:42-12:00 Phytochelatin accumulation and antioxidant responses of Colobanthus quitensis (Kunth) Bartl. (Caryophyllaceae) in copper and aluminum excess in vitro) Contreras RA, Pizarro M & Zúñiga GE

Session 6: Biotechnology (Chairman: Ana H. Gutiérrez)

14:00-14:18 Effects of the aqueous extracts of the lichen U. aurantiaco and moss W. sarmentosa in cell membrane molecular models) Suwalsky M, Osorio P, Avello M, Villena F & Strzalka K

14:18-14.36 Culturable flavobacteria associated to seaweed surfaces in Antarctica and their biotechnological potential. Pérez J, Gimpel C, Lavín P & Gonzalez M

13:36-14:54 Flavobacterium sp.: Evaluation of the hydrolysis of polysaccharides in an Antarctic isolated bacterium. Gimpel C, Lavín P, Gonzalez A & Gonzalez M

14:54-15:12 Alicyclobacillus sp. strain CC2, a UV-tolerant thermophilic bacterium isolated from Deception Island, Antarctica. Correa-Llantén DN, Amenábar MJ, Muñoz PA, Monsalves MT, Blamey JM

15:12-15:30 Protelytic and Lipolytic isolated from the Chilean Antarctic territory. Cid-Ramírez, K1,2., Fernández, E2., Bello, H2., Domínguez, M2. & González-Rocha, G

Session 7: Geology (Chairman: Francisco Hervé)

16:00-16:18 Hydrothermal flux in the Orca Seamount? Rodrigo C, Blamey J, Huhn O & Provost C

16:18-16:36 New geochemical background for petrogenetic interpretations on the Antarctic Peninsula Batholith, northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. Bobadilla HF, Calderón M, Hervé F & Fanning CM

16:36-16:54 Very low grade alteration minerals in the Upper Cretaceous volcanic succession at Hannah Point, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Bastias J, Hervé F, Aguirre L, Demant A, Fonseca E, Torres T & Michea W

16:54-17:12 Evolution and palaeophytogeographical relationship through paleo-palynological analysis of Upper Cretaceous localities in southern Patagonia Antarctic Peninsula. Cisterna K, Leppe M, Mihoc M, Varela N, Stinnesbeck W, Juhijara AT, Mansilla H, Bierma H

17.12-17:30 Palaeobiogeography of upper Cretaceous from southest Patagonia and Antarctica. Jujihara A, Leppe M, Mihoc M, Mansilla H, Cisterna K, Varela N & Bierma H

Plenary Conference 2

17:30- 18:30 Cristopher M. Fanning (Australian National University, Australia). Geology of the Trans Antarctic Mountains in the context of Rodinia and Gondwana.

Poster Sessions
Physical and Earth Science

  1. Antarctic Cosmic Ray Observatory inside the Chilean Network of Cosmic ray detector. Cordaro EG & Olivares EF

  2. Absolute measurements of UV spectral irradiance in the Antarctic Peninsula. Gárate F, Sánchez C, Quiroz F, Martínez F, Damiani A and Cordero R.R.

  3. Acid rock drainage as a new source of iron in Antarctica – implications for global warming. Dold B, Gonzalez-Toril E, Aguilera A, Cisternas ME, Lopez Pamo E & Amils R

  4. Fossil feather from Antarctic. Mansilla H, Rubilar D, Stinnesbeck W & Leppe M

  5. Fossil wood analysis of ancestral features of Nothofagus Bl. of Antarctica and Patagonia, and relation with Nothofagus alessandrii (Espinosa) Contreras N, Torres T & Bozo A

Life Sciences

  1. Bone microstructure and growth dynamics of Eocene giant penguins –Aves, Sphenisciformes- from seymour island, Antarctica: preliminary results. Yury–Yáñez RE, Sallaberry M, Rubilar–Rogers D, Otero RA, Gutstein C S, Mourgues FA, Robert E & Torres, T.

  2. Presence of the leopard seal, Hydrurga leptonyx (de blainville, 1820), on the coast of chile: an example of the Antarctica-South America connection in the marine environment. Aguayo-Lobo A, Acevedo J, Brito JL, Acuña P, Bassoi M, Secchi E & Dalla-Rosa L

  3. Migratory movements of humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae between Ecuador, Strait of Magellan-Chile and Antarctic (1992-2008). Castro C, Acevedo J, Aguayo-Lobo A, Allen J, Dalla Rosa L, Forestell P, Kaufman G, Olavarria C, Scheidat M, Secchi E & Santos MC

  4. The biomass spectrum of Antarctic macrobenthos: an allometric approach to study disturbances caused by icebergs. Quiroga E, Gerdes D, Montiel A & Knust R

  5. Faunal composition and temporal distribution of zooplankton in Fildes Bay, Antarctica (Summer 2011) Mora G & Palma S

  6. Spatial and temporal distribution of zooplankton by CPR (continuous plankton recorder) analysis in Drake Passage: Preliminary results. Alvarado G, Díaz-Ochoa J, Huerta K & Rodrigo C

  7. Mercury concentration in feathers of the cape petrel (Daption capense). Souza JS, Costa ES, Pessoa ARL, Cunha L, Alves MAS, Torres JPM & Malm O

  8. Reconstruction ancestral areas in extant species of family Sphenicidae. Arriagada AM & Baessolo LA

  9. Reproductive seasonality in the Antarctic brooding sea urchin: Abatus agassizii. Maturana CS & Poulin E

  10. High-throughput microsatellite isolation through Pyrosequencing to study local adaptation in the Antartic limpet Nacella concinna. Fuenzalida G, Gonzales C, Poulin E & Cardenas L

  11. Subantarctic rannelids snails as indicators of oceanographic barriers stability and non-larval connectivity between the Antarctic and the Magellan zone, Chile. Cañete JI, Gallardo C & Romero M

  12. Genetic diversity and small scale population structure of Abatus agassizii (Mortensen, 1910), a brooding Antarctic echinoid from Bahia Fildes, King Georges Island, South Shetland. Gerard K, Maturana C, Martínez A, Diaz A & Poulin E

  13. Positive plant interaction between the moss carpets of Sanionia uncinata and the antarctic hairgrass Deschampsia antarctica in Robert island). Casanova-Katny MA & Cavieres LA

  14. Deschampsia antarctica under global warming: how long we need to observe plant responses? Casanova-Katny A, Heredia R & Torres-Mellado G

  15. Effect of low temperature and luminosity on the accumulation of fructans and in the expression of genes involved in their biosynthesis in Deschampsia antarctica Desv. in vitro. Pardo A, Zamora P, Prieto H, Fierro A, Pizarro M & Zúñiga GE

  16. Characterization of a fungal strain isolated from Deschampsia antarctica rhizosphere. Sagredo C, Gutiérrez A, Gidekel M & Cabrera G

  17. Effects of auxins and cytokinins on tissue culture of Ahnfeltia plicata (Hudson) Fries, 1836 (Ahnfeltiales, Rhodophyta) a species with bipolar distribution. Villanueva F, Ávila M, Mansilla A, Abades S & Cáceres J

  18. Antioxidant responses of Deschampsia antarctica Desv. cultivated in vitro to NaCl. Köhler HW, Pizarro M, Contreras RA, Barrientos H & Zúñiga GE

  19. Moss to the limit: discovering the live history of Sanionia uncinata in Antarctica. Galleguillos C, Alarcón V, Hebel I & Dacasa MC

  20. Free-ice areas evolution and modeling of Sanionia uncinata  niches distribution at the South Shetlands Islands, Antarctica. González I, Hebel I & Jaña R

  21. Phenotipic plasticity in two antarctic populations of Colobanthus quitensis (Caryophyllaceae) under a simulated global change scenario. González-Silvestre. LA, Torres-Díaz C, Carrasco-Urra F, Gianoli E & Molina-Montenegro MA

  22. Positive interactions between the lichen Usnea antarctica (Usneaceae) and the Antarctic flora in the King George Island, South Shetland. Ricote N, Muñoz-Ramírez C, Gómez-González S, Torres-Díaz C, Salgado-Luarte C, Valladares F, Gianoli E & Molina-Montenegro MA

  23. Comparison of total polyphenol content, antioxidant activity and sugars of aqueous extract of Deschampsia Antarctica obtained in vitro and in situ. Osorio J, Bernardo Y, Cabrera G, Gutiérrez A & Gidekel M

  24. Isolation and characterization of Antarctic strains producing bacteriocin-like antimicrobial compounds. Rojas J, Asencio G, Lavín P, González-Rocha G & González M

  25. Antarctic microorganisms as a model for the production of fluorescent semiconductor nanoparticles (quantum dots). Monrás JP, Bravo D, Díaz V, Vásquez CC & Pérez-Donoso JM

  26. Antibacterial activity of heavy metal against Antarctic bacteria. Del Campo K, Bello H, Domínguez M & González-Rocha G

  27. Growth in different culture conditions of bacteria isolated in the Chilean Antarctic Territory. Cid-Ramírez K, Bello H, Domínguez M & González-Rocha G

  28. Effect of ultraviolet radiation in antioxidant activity of superoxide dismutase enzyme from an Antarctic microorganism. Monsalves MT, Ollivet-Besson G, Pereira J, Peralta R & Blamey JM

  29. Molecular Identification and analysis of antibiotic activity of yeasts isolated from the King George Island. Carrasco M, Rozas J, Villarreal P, Barahona S, Cifuentes V & Baeza M

  30. Impact of Human Activities in Antarctica. Calisto-Ulloa N, Gómez-Fuentes C & Astorga MS

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