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18ème Congrès AETFAT - Systématique et Conservation des Plantes Africaines


Oral presentations:

  • Use and socio-economic importance of wild edible plants in tropical rainforest around Kisangani, District Tshopo, DRCongo (Céline Termote, Meyi, M.B., Bosco, N., Van Damme, P. & Djailo B.D.)

  • Ethnobotany, genetic diversity and conservation of baobab (Adansonia digitata L.) populations from different climatic zones of Benin (Assogbadjo, A.E., Kyndt, T., Sinsin, B., Gheysen, G. & Van Damme, P.)

Poster presentations

  • Domestication And Development Of Baobab and Tamarind (DADOBAT) (Patrick Van Damme, Emmy De Caluwé & Sitske De Groote)

  • Impact du ramassage des fruits de Pentadesma butyracea sur sa régénération naturelle et analyse financière de la commercialisation de ses produits au Bénin (Carolle Avocévou, Sinsin, B., Adégbidi, A., Dossou, G. & Van Damme, P.)


2006
25 – 28 December Djerba (Tunesia)

Gestion des ressources et applications biotechnologiques en aridoculture et cultures sahariennes: perspectives pour la valorisation des potentialités du Sahara

  • Oral presentation:

Index de sélection pour la création de variétés synthétiques du mil [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.] dans les régions arides tunisiennes (M. Loumerem, P. Van Damme, D. Reheul et T. Behaeghe)

  • Chair (27 december): 14.00-16.15 – Session 6: Agro-systèmes et structures de production (président: P. Van Damme; rapporteur: Abdelmajid Hamrouni)

3 - 6 December San Antonio (Texas, USA)



4th ISHS International and 8th National Symposium on Seed, Transplant and Stand Establishment of Horticultural Crops: Translating seed and seedling physiology into technology

poster presentation: Poster session III & IV: Seed Technology – Transplant Production and Technology



Seed germination and subsequent seedling growth of wild almond in relation to different temperature, stratification and scarification applications (Rouhi, V., Samson, R., Uddin, R. & Van Damme, P.)
21 – 23 November Kampala (Uganda)

Innovation Africa Symposium (CIAT, IFPRI-ISNAR, ILRI, IIRR-Africa en PROLINNOVA)

Oral presentations:



  • The IK Bridge to Innovation (Jean Gradé & Patrick Van Damme)

  • Impacts of traditional soil and water conservation methods on agricultural production in marginal areas: analysis of best practices in Sub-Saharan Africa (Riziki Silas Shemdoe & Patrick Van Damme)

8 November Gent

‘Cartografie en GIS. Jonge onderzoekers aan het woord.’

Oral presentations



  • Use of DIVA-GIS to determine potential cultivation areas of Passiflora spp. In the Yungas of La Paz, Bolivia (Marleen Delanoy, Xavier Scheldeman, Patrick Van Damme & Stephan Beck)

  • Distribution, diversity and environmental adaptation of highland papayas (Vasconcellea spp.) in tropical and subtropical America (Xavier Scheldeman, L. Willemen, G. Coppens d’Eeckenbrugge, E. Romeijn-Peeters, M.T. Restrepo, J. Romero Motoche, D. Jiménez, M. Lobo, C.I. Medina, C. Reyes, D. Rodriguez, JA. Ocampo, P. Van Damme & P. Goetghebeur)

18 - 21 October Perugia (Italy)

Belgian representative in the European Regional CITES Plants Meeting

Presentation of a resolution text on Non-Detrimental Findings to the survival of Appendix-II species. Need for relevant information and a standardized procedure to evaluate the non-detrimental character of the trade in timber species listed in Appendix II of the CITES convention (Beeckman, H., Van Damme, P. & De Ridder, Maaike), during session 5: timber trade

6 October Kampala (Uganda)

NUFU Conference, Makerere University.

Orale presentation: Learning from our Animals: the Self-Medicating Livestock of Karamoja (Jean Gradé & Patrick Van Damme)
1 – 8 October Conakry (Guinea)

First international symposium – Contribution of African botanica to humanity (organiser: ISHS and UDECOM – Université pour le Développement Communautaire de Guinée/N’zérékoré)



  • Keynote address: ‘From African Ethnobotanical Biodiversity to Domestication of New Crops for Development’

  • Paper presentation: ‘Linking Small-scale Farmers to Commercial Sector Activities’

  • Chairing of panel presentation and discussion: ‘Tools for the Present and the Future’

Field visit to the natural forest preserve in Conakry, followed by a boat trip to the ecologically fascinating island of Tamara – the furthest of the Loos Island group – nine kilometers off the shore of Conakry.
22 – 25 August Greifswald (Germany)
5th European Conference on Ecological Restoration – Land Use Changes in Europe as a Challenge for Restoration: Ecological, Economical and Ethical Dimensions.

Oral presentation: Abiotic factors influencing ecological diversity and productivity of baobab tree (Adansonia digitata L.): consequence for the species restoration in Benin (Achille Assogbadjo, Sinsin, B. & Van Damme, P.)


13-19 August Seoel (South Korea)

International Horticultural Congress (IHC)

Poster presentations



  • Session S13 – P - 63 (Seed Enhancement and Seedling Production Technology) - Effect of Sowing Date and Age of Seedling on Some Morphological Characteristics of Chamomile (Matricaria chamomila) (Mohammad Rafieiolhossaini & Patrick Van Damme)

  • Session S04-P-49 (Enhancing Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Fruit Production in a Global Economy) - Stem photosynthesis in three different almond species during drought and subsequent recovery (Rouhi, V., Samson, R., Lemeur, R. & Van Damme, P.) (Winning poster in poster award competition).

  • Session S04-P-50 (Enhancing Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Fruit Production in a Global Economy) - Ecophysiological differences of three almond species to drought and subsequent recovery (Samson, R., Rouhi, V., Lemeur, R. & Van Damme, P.)

  • Session S16-O-17 (Citrus and Other Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Crops) – Crop Ecology of Passiflora mollissima (Kunth) L.H. Bailey, Passiflora tricuspis Mast. and Passiflora nov sp. in the Yungas of La Paz, Bolivia (Marleen Delanoy, Scheldeman, X., Van Damme, P. & Beck, S.)

3 – 8 July Lima (Peru)

Belgian representative in the Conference of parties to the Convention CITES. Presentation of a resolution text on Non-Detrimental Findings to the survival of Appendix-II species. Need for relevant information and a standardized procedure to evaluate the non-detrimental character of the trade in timber species listed in Appendix II of the CITES convention (Beeckman, H., Van Damme, P. & De Ridder, Maaike)

14 Juni Brussels (Belgium)

Workshop on Access and Benefit Sharing (in het kader van de studie Analyse du degré de connaissance et de prise en compte par les acteurs belges des dispositions de la Convention sur la Diversité Biologique en matière d’accès aux ressources génétiques et de partage juste et équitable des avantages résultant de leur utilisation).
23 May Gent (Belgium)

58th International Symposium on Crop Protection.

Poster presentatons:



  • Fertility of intraspecific hybrid lines resistant to post-flowering insect pests of cowpea Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. (Lelou, B. & Van Damme, P.) (F029)

  • Allelopathic potential of Bambusa, Dendrocalamus and Guadua bamboo genera on germination and growth of some tropical crops and weeds (Rios Albuerne, C., Rosales, M., Sosa, R., Torres García, M., Puente Isidrón, Mayra, & Van Damme, Patrick) (H004)

  • Effect of Stachytarpheta jamaicensis extract on the in vitro growth of Sclerotium rolfsii (Puente Isidrón, Mayra, Torres García, M., Herrera, I., Machado, M.R., De Cupere, Françoise & Van Damme, Patrick) (P032)



2005
25 November Leuven (Belgium)

Bioinformatics in scope – human diseases and drug discovery. A Flandersbio initiative. Deelname zonder mededeling (www.bioscope-it.be).


6 October Leuven (Belgium)

11th PhD Symposium

Poster Presentation:



  • Germination, growth and dry matter accumulation of wild almond seedlings from stratified and scarified seeds. (Vahid Rouhi, M.R. Uddin & Patrick Van Damme)

  • Effective approaches to improve water use efficiency in dryland farming (Mingyung Yang, X. Cui & Patrick Van Damme).

24 – 28 September Rome (Italy)



InterDrought-II Congress (The 2nd International Conference on Integrated Approaches to Sustain and Improve Plant Production Under Drought Stress)

Postervoorstellingen



  • Ecophysiological differences of three almond species to drought and subsequent recovery (Samson Roeland, Rouhi Vahid, Lemeur Raoul, Van Damme Patrick)

  • Stem photosynthesis in three different almond  species during drought and subsequent recovery (Rouhi Vahid, Samson Roeland, Lemeur Raoul, Van Damme Patrick)

 21 – 26 August Istanbul (Turkey)

ICEB 2005 congress (Ivth International Congress on EthnoBotany – ICEB)

Session leader of ‘panel 10’ Methodologies in ethnobotanical research

Oral communications


  1. Indigenous Knowledge of Rural People and Importance of Baobab Tree (Adansonia digitita L.) in Benin (Assogbadjo Achille Ephrem, Brice Sinsin & Patrick Van Damme) – panel 1

  2. Medicinal Plant Use for General Symptoms and Long Term Disorders in Bolivian High and Lowland Communities: A Dynamic Trial and Error Approach (Thomas Evert, Ina Vandebroek & P. Van Damme) - Panel 2

  3. Goat's Self Medication Against Internal Parasites in Karamoja, Uganda (Gradé Jean & Patrick Van Damme) - Panel 3

  4. Quantitative Ethnobotany: Integrating Anthropological Techniques with Ecological Sampling (Thomas Evert, Ina Vandebroek & Paul Goetghebeur & Patrick Van Damme) – Panel 10

Poster presentations

  1. Indigneous use, nomenclature and classification of plants in a Nahuatl-speaking village in the Balsas Region, Central Mexico (Mellissa Ceuterick & Patrick Van Damme)

8 – 13 August Brisbane (Australia)

World Congress 2005. Forests in the Balance: Linking Tradition and Technology

Oral communication: (session 52): Morphological and biochimical variability of Detarium microcarpum Guill.  Perr. in Mali (Kouyaté, A.M. & Van Damme, P.) (http://www.iufro2005.com)


5 – 7 July Elmina (Ghana)

Tropenbos International-Ghana Conference on Restoration and Sustainable management
of Forests in Ghana (
http://www.tropenbos.org/news/ghana2005/programme.htm)

Oral communication: Facilitating the choice of under-utilized species for restoration and rehabilitation of degraded lands: a case for Moringa oleifera tree crop production in West Africa (Suzanne Enoh-Arthur & Patrick Van Damme)


 27 June Brugge (Belgium)

Agricultural Research and Education in Belgium and Belgium’s International Developmental

Integrated Water Management 2004. Training Programme, organised by WES – DGOS (24th May – 13th August)

Modules offered:

1. How do plants manage water/cope with drought stress

2. How do men manage water in agriculture: more crop per drop

3. Case study: rice: irrigated versus upland rice

4. Case study: small dam constructions and their relations with the environment, and the ground water table (an example from Togo)


22 June Brussels (Belgium)

Stakeholder meeting for on the ‘Corporate Social Responsibility of chocolate processors and distributors survey’ (organised by Stock at stake, International Consumer Research and Testing, and Ethibel)


19 – 23 June Bari (Italy)

13th International European Weed Research Society (EWRS) Symposium

Poster presentation


  1. Effect of Weed Management Practices and Rhizobium Inoculation on yield of pea (Pisum sativum L.) (Amit Jhala, Trivedi, G.C. & Patrick Van Damme)

  2. Biological control of water hyacinth (Eichhornea crassipes) by exotic weevil Neochetina bruchi (Amit Jhala, Trivedi, G.C. & Patrick Van Damme)

 22 June Brussels (Belgium)

First stakeholder meeting on corporate responsibility of chocolate companies in the cocoa production chain (organised by Ethibel) – deelname zonder mededeling

22 – 25 May Teheran (Iran)

IV International Symposium on Pistachios and Almonds

Session leader (‘panelist’ sic) for Oral Session 5 (Orchard Management) (Wednesday 25 May, 9 – 11 am)

(oral and poster presentations as de facto presented – because of a programmation mistake the congress abstract book presented some of them wrongly)

Oral presentations:



  1. Photosynthetic gas exchange characteristics in three different almond species during drought stress and subsequent recovery (V. Rouhi, R. Samson, R. Lemeur & P. Van Damme)

  2. Using chlorophyll flurorescence to detection of photosynthetic activity in sweet almond (Prunus dulcis Mill.) in response to salinity stress (A. Ranjbarfordoei and Patrick Van Damme)

Poster presentations

  1. Effect of cold treatment and scarification on germination of Amygdalus scoparia (V. Rouhi, M.R. Uddin & Patrick Van Damme) (P48)

  2. Ecophysiological characteristics of three different almond species during drought stress and recovery (R. Samson, V. Rouhi, R. Lemeur & Patrick Van Damme)

10 May Gent (Belgium)

57th International Symposium on Crop Protection.

Poster presentations:



  1. Allelopathic Effect of “Orozuz” (Phyla strigulosa) on crops and weeds (Torres García, Sinesio, Hernández Aro, M., Puente Isidrón, Mayra, De Cupere, Françoise, Van Damme, Patrick and Méndez Vega, R.)

  2. The effect of the fungicide Mancozeb on the appearance of green spot on tobacco leaves (var. Habana 2000) (Danneys Armario Aragon, Sinesio Torres Garcia, Oguelis Rodriguez, Ramón E. Pérez Hernandez, Angel Mollineda Trujillo & Patrick Van Damme)

  3. Behaviour of the antagonistic fungi Trichoderma viride and Trichoderma harzianum at exposure to the watery extracts of Anamú (Petiveria aliaceae L.) and Orosús (Phyla nodiflora Greene.) (Puente Isidrón, M., Espinosa Ruiz, R., Torres García, S., Herrera Ysla, L., Hernández Aro, M., De Cupere, Françoise), Van Damme, Patrick, Fajardo González, CE., Pupo Rodríguez, A. & Álvarez Morales, A.)

  4. The effect of seed rates and weed management practises on weeds and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under irrigated conditions of middle Gujarat, India (Jhala, A.J., Rathod, P.H., Shah, S.C. & Patrick Van Damme)

  5. Growth and yield of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) as influenced by weed management practices and Rhizobium inoculation (Jhala, A.J., Rathod, P.H., Patel, K.C. & Van Damme, Patrick)

 25 – 29 April Queretaro (Mexico)



1er Congreso Internacional de Ingenieria

Oral presentation:

(Conferencia magistral) Faculty of Bioscience Engineering – Ghent University: Education and Research

2004
 22 – 25 November Jerba (Tunesia)

International Meeting : Aridoculture et cultures oasiennes : voies pour un développement durable en zones arides

Oral presentation

Introductory conference for the 1° session “Agrobiodiversité en milieu aride et saharien”, Potential new crop development in a developing socio-economic context - the importance of biodiversity.

 23 - 26 October Stockhom (Sweden)

Better Cotton workshop organised by WWF-International.

Oral presentation

Water use in cotton: impacts and practical implications

11 - 14 October Beijing (China)



2004 CIGR International conference (http://www.2004cigr.org)

Oral presentation: Impact of crop residues on soil fertility in conservation tillage (Mingyung Yang & Patrick Van Damme)


22 October Ghent (Belgium)

Oral presentation


12 – 17 September Fortaleza (Brazil)

3rd International Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruits.

Oral presentation: Small-scale cultivation of two Passiflora spp. in the Yungas of the La Paz Department, Bolivia (Marleen Delanoy, Xavier Scheldeman, Ina Vandebroek, Patrick Van Damme & Stefan Beck)
 8 – 10 September Shahrekord (Iran)

4th International Iran and Russia Conference ‘Agriculture and Natural Resources’.

- Member of the International Scientific Committee

- Chairman of 2 sessions in section 3: Ecology and Sustainable Development - Wednesday 8 September, second afternoon session (together with Prof. Shabaldas and Dr. Korori) and Thursday 9 September, first afternoon session (together with Dr. Ghofrani, and Dr. Soltani)

Two oral presentations:


  1. Ecophysiological response of Pistacia khinjuk L. and P. mutica to salinity and drought stresses (Ranjbarfordoei, A., Van Damme, P. & Rouhi, V.)

  2. Potential new crop development in a developing socio-economic context - the importance of biodiversity (Van Damme, P.)

25 – 30 August Loja (Ecuador)

II. Congreso de la conservacion de la biodiversidag en los Andes y en la Amazonia. IV. Congreso Ecuatoriano de botanico

Oral presentation: Evaluacion de la diversidad botanica en los alrededores de la comunidad campesina de Apillapampa, Bolivia (Evert Thomas, Paul Goetghebeur & Patrick Van Damme)


 28 June Brugge (Belgium)

Agricultural Research and Education in Belgium and Belgium’s International Developmental

Integrated Water Management 2004. Training Programme, organised by WES – DGOS (24th May – 13th August)

Modules offered:

1. How do plants manage water/cope with drought stress

2. How do men manage water in agriculture: more crop per drop

3. Case study: rice: irrigated versus upland rice

4. Case study: small dam constructions and their relations with the environment, and the ground water table (an example from Togo)

7 – 11 June Dijon (Frankrijk)

Second International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics (ICLGG)/Fifth European Conference on Grain Legumes – Legumes for the benefit of agriculture, nutrition and the environment.

Oral presentation (Bernard Lelou & P. Van Damme)
 13 – 17 June Canterbury (Kent, UK)

Ninth International Congress of Ethnobiology 2004 (http://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology/ice2004/organisers.html).

Member of the International advisory committee

Session president of ‘Plants, knowledge and empowerment amongst cultural minorities of the Americas’ - co-chairs: Patrick Van Damme and Anna Waldstein (session 39)

Oral presentations



  • The role of oak (Quercus spp.) and birch (Betula spp.) in traditional European medicine compared to their ecological niche (Yvonne Voermans & P. Van Damme) (panel 24)

  • Percentages of plant use in Apillapampa, a traditional community in the Bolivian Andes (Evert Thomas, Patrick Van Damme; Paul Goetghebeur) (session 39)

  • Comparison of ailments treated by a primary health care service and traditionals healers in the Bolivian Andes (Vandebroek Ina, Sabino Sanca; Willy Terceros; Patrick Van Damme; Luc Van Puyvelde; Norbert De Kimpe) (session 38)

Poster presentations

  • Knowledge and use of Passiflora species in the Yungas of the department La Paz, Bolivia (Marleen Delanoy & Patrick Van Damme) (panel 6)

  • Medicinal uses of Detarium microcarpum Guill. & Perr. in southern Mali (Amadou Kouyaté & Patrick Van Damme) (panel 6)


2003
15 – 16 December Manchester (UK)

Crop quality: its role in sustainable livestock production (conference organised by the Association of Applied Biologists).

Oral presentation in Session 3: An environmental factor evaluation of crop growing in different agro-ecological zones in China (Mingyuan Yang and Patrick Van Damme)
12 – 15 November Bayamo (Cuba)

Evento convencion UDG 2003. I Taller internacional de biodiversidad y agricultura sostenible – III Taller caribeno de biotecnologia vegetal.

Conferencia magistral (opening’s address): Investigaciones etnobotanicas para elevar el conocimiento en biodiversidad.

25 – 30 August Loja (Ecuador)

II Congreso de conservacion de la biodiversidad en los Andes y la Amazonia in Ecuador (http://www.joethejuggler.com/Funbotanica/SpCircular.pdf) (www.biodiversidad2003.org)

Poster presentation



  1. Evaluacion de la diversidad botanica en los alrededores de la comunidad campesina de Apillapampa, Bolivia (Evert Thomas, Paul Goetghebeur & Patrick Van Damme)

17 – 19 June Santa Clara (Cuba)



Secunda conferencia sobre desarrollo agropecuario y sostenibilidad
Pretoria
6 May Gent (Belgium)

55th International Symposium on Crop Protection.

Poster presentations:


  1. The allelopathic effect of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam) on germination and growth of some crops and weeds (S. Torres Garcia, M.G. Puerto Auiar, M. Puente Isidron, Françoise De Cupere & Patrick Van Damme)

  2. Screening plant extracts for their allelopathic effect on phytopahtogenic fungi (M. Puente Isidron, Kathleen Allaert, L. Herrera Isla, N Suarez, S. Torres Garcia, C. Pérez Navarro, M. Rodriguez Garcia, Françoise De Cupere & Patrick Van Damme)

April London (UK)

Mededeling: Bark harvesting of medicinal trees for local income, and its impact on the tree population dynamics in the swamp forest of Lokoli in Benin (Cl. Delvaux, B. Sinsin and P. Van Damme)

30 – 31 January Brussels (Belgium)

Conference: Towards sustainable agriculture for Developing Countries: options from life sciences and biotechnologies, organised by the European Commission.
29 January Brussels (Belgium)

Mini-symposium organised by the Belgian Committee of the Friends of the Weizmann Institute and the Institute of Plant Biotechnology for Developing Countries (IPBO): Plant Biotechnology and Developing Countries.


2002
24 – 29 November Havana (Cuba)

Biotecnologia Habana “Agro-biotech in the new millenium” 2002

Oral presentations



  1. The allelopathic effect of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) on germination and growth of some crops and weeds (Decupere, F. &, Van Damme, P.)

  2. The allelopathic effect of aqueous sunflower extract on the germination and growth of weeds under semi-controlled conditions (Decupere, F. & Van Damme, P.)

  3. Evaluation of the allelopathic effect of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) at different concentrations on germination, and stem and root growth of eight different crops (Torres, S., Pérez, G. J., De Cupere, F., Puentes, M. and Van Damme, P.).

 30 September Ghent (Belgium)

Lecture United Nations University – 4th Biodiversity Training Course (RUG; promotor: Prof. Dr. Henri Dumont). Three hours’ lecture title: Ethnobotany and Biodiversity – on Tools and Uses (University of the United Nations (Tokyo, Japan) and the Department of Ecology of the Ghent University (Ghent, Belgium) – website: http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~peewee/summary_of_details.html)

 21 - 26 September Nairobi (Kenya)

Plant Resources for Tropical Africa (PROTA) First International Workshop (www.prota.org)

Poster presentations:



  1. Morphological characterization of Detarium microcarpum Guill. and Perr. in southern Mali

 

 (presented by Kouyaté, A. M. and Van Damme, P.)



  1. Ethnobotany and new crop development in Africa:

contributions of the laboratory of tropical and subtropical agriculture and ethnobotany

of the University of Ghent, Belgium

 17 June Leuven (Belgium)

Invited lecture at the Microfinance Workshop organised by Vredeseilanden VZW. Opening address: Lessons learned with relation to savings and credit experiences in NGO-driven programmes

15 – 17 May Rome (Italy)

European Forum on Agricultural Research for Development (EFARD), 2d General Assembly – Strengthening the European Contribution – contribution to discussions/workshop as Belgian NATURA representative (website: http://www.eufor.org)

7 May Ghent (Belgium)

54th International Symposium on Crop Protection

Poster presentations:



  1. Allelopathic effects of bamboo species (presented by Rios, C., Puentes, M., Torres, P., Van Damme, P. & De Cupere, F.)

  2. Evaluation of allelopathic effect of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) at different concentrations on germination and stem and root growth of eight different crops (presented by Torres, S., Perez, J.G., De Cupere, F., Puentes, M. & Van Damme, P.)

 7 January Ghent (Belgium)

Invited lecture on ‘Low external input agriculture (LEIA)’ as part of the Sustainable Development course (Centre of Environmental Sanitation; co-ordinating lecturer: Prof. Dr. De Pauw)



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