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3rd International Conference on Medicinal Plants and Herbal Products Colombo, Sri Lanka 19 to 21 December 2011 THE PROGRAMME IN DETAIL

Monday 19, December 2011 Pre-conferences Events Venue : Auditorium, Institute of Indeginous Medicine 8.30 Inauguration of Pre conference Symposia and Awards Ceremony Traditional Lighting of the Oil Lamp Welcome Address by Dr. R.A. Jayasinghe, Director, Institute of Indeginous Medicine Address by Prof. Rohan W Jayasekara, Senior Professor, Medical Geneticist, and Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo Keynote Address by Prof. Kshanika Hirimburegama, Vice Chancellor, University of Colombo Introduction to Awards by Prof. Sudarsanam Gudivada, General Secretary Presentation of Awards Launching of Sri Lankan Journal of Indigenous Medicine No:1 Vol:2 December 2011 Vote of thanks by Prof Vajira HW Dissanayake, University of Colombo Tea Pre Conference Symposium on Ayurgenomics Co-Chairs Dr. Krishna K Banaudha, The George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, USA Prof. Rohan W Jayasekara, Senior Professor, Medical Geneticist, and Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo Dr. Krishna Banaudha Emerging Science of Genomics Ayurveda Lessons from Epigenome to Ayurveda Towards Phenotype Descriptions- An Update Dr. K. Satyamoorithy Director, Manipal Life Sciences Centre, Manipal University, India The Human Genome Project and its impact on Herbal (Ayurvedic) Medicines and The Discovery of AZQ (US Patent 4, 146,622) for the treatment of Brain Cancer Dr. Hameed Khan Nutritional Epigenetics and Disease Prevention: Are we there Yet? Dr. Mukesh Verma Lunch

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Symposium on Clinical Research on Herbal Products Co-Chairpersons: Prof. Vajira H. W. Dissanayake, Professor and Medical Geneticst, Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Prof. K. Sathyamoorthy Director, Manipal Life Sciences Centre, Manipal University, India Clinical Trials on Herbal Medicines in Sri Lanka Prof. Colvin Goonaratna, Emeritus Professor of Physiology, University of Colombo Ethical Reflection on Traditional Chinese Medicine Research Xiuqin Wang, Director, IRB Office, Jiangsu Province Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine Regulations and Compliance Aspects in Herbal Clinical Trials Firoz Nilam, Independent Regulatory Consultant, USA, former Global Vice President for Clinical Trials at Pfizer The Sri Lanka Clinical Trials Registry Dr. Manu Wimalachandra Member, Sri Lanka Clinical Trials Registry, Sri Lanka Medical Association Close

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Conference Inauguration Venue: Grand Ball Room, Waters Edge, Colombo

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Arrival of Invitees National Anthem Lighting of the oil lamp Welcome address Prof. Kshanika Hirimburegama Vice Chancellor, University of Colombo Address by : Chairman,University Grants Commission Professor Gamini Samaranayake Introductory Address : "Importance of the Conference" Prof. Sudarsanam Gudivada General Secretary, ICMPHP3 2011 Sri Venkatesvara University,Tirupati,India Address by: High Commissioner of India H. E. Ashok K.Kantha Address by : The Minister of Indigenous Medicine

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Hon. Salinda Dissanayake ,M.P. 20.25 Address by : The Minister of Higher Education Hon. S B Dissanayake, M.P. Vote of Thanks : Director, Institute of Indigenous Medicine Dr R A Jayasinghe Cultural Show and Reception

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Day 2 : Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011 : Venue ­ Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo Hall -1 8.30am Registration Workshop on "Biological Prospecting and International Coordination for Transforming Mega BiodiverseCountries-India and Sri Lanka as Developed Nations." Organized by INCBD in collaboration with International University Network on Cultural and Biological Diversity (IUNCBD), promoted by Sapienza - Università di Roma, Italy Co-chairpersons : Dr Pierluigi Bozzi, Italy & Prof (Mrs) E.R.H.S.S. Ediriweera Keynote Lecture : Biological prospecting and international Cooperation between developing and developed Countries:Dr Pierluigi Bozzi Access and Benefit Sharing of Traditional Knowledge ­ Kani Model, an Indian Experience P. Pushpangadan, Padma Shri Awardee - Special Talk OP-19: Traditional knowledge on medicinal plants used in the treatment of skin diseases in Hyderabad Karnataka Region, Karnataka, India Vidyasagar GM, Singh S OP-47: Traditional Knowledge Register of India: IPR issues Padmavati M OP-53: Inter and intra-cultural ethnobotanical studies on the tribes in the Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu, India Rajendran, A OP-86: Enhancement of urban biodiversity utilising the open spaces: Medicinal and aromatic plants in perspective Reddy NCM

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Free Paper Session 3 Co-chairpersons : Prof.B.Bhadraiah & Dr.H.A.S. Ariyawansa Keynote Lecture: The Role of Medicinal Plant Gardens for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Herbal Resources in Sri Lanka Dr. Piyal Marasinghe, Senior Scientist, BMARI, Navinna, Sri Lanka OP-84: Conservation and sustainable use of Medicinal plants in Mihintale Sanctuary, Sri Lanka Herath PHMAK, Karunanayake LC, Wijesundara S OP-85: In-Vitro conservation of Andrographis paniculata through somatic embryogenesis and encapsulation Anitha P, Pushpavathi B, Tejavathi DH OP-87: Role of ethnic and indigenous women in utilization and conservation of Pteridophytic plants used in treatment of gynecological and other related problem, Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India Singh S, Singh R OP-88: The Green Medivolution Pathak KV Lunch and Poster Viewing(PP01-PP31) Free Paper Session 6 - Diabetes Co-chairpersons : G. Bagyanarayana & Dr.N.V.P. Rohini OP-20: High Frequency Plantlet Regeneration from Auxiliary node Cultures of Gymnema sylvestre R.Br. ­An Important Anti-Diabetic Medicinal Plant Thiyagarajan M, Kayalvizhi T, Venkatachalam P. OP-21: Drug Discovery from Traditional Medicine for the Management of Metabolic Disorders (Diabetes): An Ethnobotanical Coupled Holistic Approach Mandal SC OP-22: Hypoglycaemic effect of aqueous and ethanol extracts of Munronia pinnata (wall.) Theob in male Wistar rats Hapuarachchi SD, Suresh TS, Senerath WTPSK

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OP-23: Novel compound from Capparis aphylla having antioxidative and cell regeneration effect in STZ induced diabetic rat Dangi KS, Mishra SN OP-24: Antidiabetic activity of aqueous root extract of Merremia tridentata (L.) Hall. f. In Streptozotocin-induced-diabetic rats Arunachalam K, Parimelazhagan T OP-25: Blood Sugar lowering activity of Ximenia americana Extract in experimental Rats Siddaiah M, Jayaveera KN, Vasanthakumar P OP-26: Hypoglycaemic and anti-inflammatory activities of the water extract of dried flowers of Aegle marmelos in diabetic Wistar rats Kumari KDKP, Handunnetti SM, Suresh TS, Samarasinghe K Tea Close

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Hall -2 8.30am Free Paper Session: Genetics, Reproductive Health Co-chairpersons : Dr.K Muthuchelian & Dr. PK Perera OP-1: Expression of various anthocyanin biosynthetic genes at different developmental stages of Syzygium cumini berries Chaudhary B, Mukhopadhyay K OP-2: Molecular characterization of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera Dunal) germplasm using RAPD markers Sukanya DH, Datta G, Hima Bindu K OP-3: Molecular Characterization by AFLP Marker in Normal and Tissue cultured plants of Agave vera-cruz Mill Gayathramma K, Pavani KV OP-4: Role of Chitrakadi Vati in the management of anovulation Karunagoda K, Shukla K, Sata N, Pandya MA OP-5: Effect of Unani Drugs on Female Reproductive System: An

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Evidence Based Approach Sultana A, Rahman K, Farzana MUZN OP-6:Protective effect of Rutin and Naringin on sperm quality in streptozotocin (STZ) induced type 1 diabetic rats Raju AB, Annapurna A Tea Free Paper Session 4: Cardiovascular, Hepatobilliary, Dermatology Co-chairpersons : K R Sambasiva Rao Charecterization, microbial & pharmacological activity of various dosage forms of Tridax procumbens linn. By Dr. K. Shankar Rao - Special talk OP-11: Molecular Basis for the Cardioprotective Effect of Picrorhiza Kurroa (Kutki) in Experimental Model of Myocardial Infarction Nandave M, Kumari S, Mehra R, Narang R, Arya DS OP-12: Anti-hyperlipidemic activity of methanol extracts of three plants of Amaranthus in Triton-WR 1339 induced hyperlipidemic rats Girija K, Lakshman K, Mohan S OP-13: Study Hypolipidemic effect of "Thripala powder in adults Perera KC, Jayalath G OP-14: Clinical study of "H4" formula with special reference to hyperlipidemia Kumar S, Bansal P, Sharma MC OP-17: Impact of Semecarpus anacardium extract on histology of duodenum and pancreas in albino rat Deshmukh PB, Choudhari CV OP-18: Hepatorenal protective activity of Monochoria vaginalis leaf extract on Acetaminophen induced hepatorenal toxicity in male albino rats Senthilkumar B, Palani S, Sivaraj A, Devi K Lunch and Poster Viewing (PP01-PP31) Free Paper Session: Surgical Conditions Co-chairpersons : Prof.M.C. Gayathri & Dr.J.M. Dahanayake

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OP-32: A critical Analysis of Bagandara (Fistula in Ano) and Ksharasuthra Management Leena IAM, Sakunthala DAR OP-33: Potentiating of post operative analgesic effect of epidural anesthesia by Ashwaganda Ganasatva as premedicant Sakunthala DAR OP-34: Comparative Study on Efficacy on Sharbat-e-Sont and Zimad-eRai with Zimad-e-Rai alone on Ilthihab-e-Khaishoom Muzmin (Chronic Sinsusitis) Fowziya AWS, Fazeena AHA, Manuha MI, Thennakoon DH OP-35: Biofabricated metal nanoparticles augmented wound healing in albino rats Elumalai EK, Prasad TNVKV, David E OP-36: Evaluation of the antimicrobial properties of microencapsulated herbal extract loaded wound dressings Rajesh EM, Balakumar C, Rajendran R Tea

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Hall-3 Free Paper Session 2: Mental Health, Neurology Co-chairpersons : Dr. Pulok K. Mukherjee & OP-7: Evaluation of Neuropharmacological activity of leaf extracts of Skimmia anquetilia in rats Kumar V, Bhat ZA, Kumar D, Chashoo IA, Khan NA OP-8: Anxiolytic effects of Angelica archangelica linn. on the elevated plus-maze and light and dark arena model of anxiety in rats Bhat ZA, Kumar D, Kumar V, Khan NA, Chashoo IA . OP-9: Chemical identification and anxieolytic activity of Stachys tibetica oil Kumar D, Bhat ZA, Kumar V OP-10: Therapeutic potential of an Ayurvedic herbal formulae in the management of Senile Dementia Kulatunga RDH, Dave AR, Baghel MS2

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OP-15: Ameliorative effect of Vanda testacea in sciatic nerve Transaction - induced Neuropathy in rats Thaakur SR, Pokkula S OP-16: Evaluate the Efficacy of a Selected Ayurvedic Treatment Schedule on Balaka Pakshagata Weerakoon WASS, Amarasinghe APG Tea Free Paper Session 5 - Cancer Co-chairpersons : Dr. Krishna K Banaudha Enhanced Accumulation of Secondary Plant Products from Cultured Cells/Hairy Roots of Some Selected Plant Species Prof.P.B.Kavi Kishor-Special talk Medicobotanical studies on certain rare, endemic and endangered drug yielding plants from Andhra Pradesh Prof. R.R. Venkata Raju - Special talk OP-27: In Vitro Shoot Bud Multiplication from Tuber Explants of Gloriosa Superba L. ­ An Anticancer Medicinal Herb Kayalvizhi T, Thiyagarajan M, Venkatachalam P OP-28: Cancer Stem Cell Inhibitory Activities of Indian Medicinal Plants Bearing Sesquiterpene Lactones Nayanabhirama U, Maliyakkal N, Asmy AB, Rangarajan A, Pai KSR, Rao CM OP-29: Targeting epithelial cancer stem cells using indigenious medicinal plants bearing sesquiterpene lactones Maliyakkal N, Asmy AB, Rangarajan A, Pai KSR, Rao CM, Nayanabhirama U OP-30: Anti-cancer effects of elephantopus scaber in human epithelial cancer cells Asmy AB, Maliyakkal N, Rangarajan A, Pai KSR, Rao CM, Nayanabhirama U OP-31: Comparative Analysis of Cytotoxic Potential of Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) against Cancers of Various Anatomical origin invitro Dwivedi V, Shrivastava R, Hussain S, Chaiti Ganguly, Mausumi

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Bharadwaj 12.45 - 14.00 Lunch and Poster Viewing (PP01-PP31) Co-chairpersons : Conservation of medicinal plant resources in Eastern Ghats of India Prof. B. Ravi Prasad Rao - Special talk Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal Plants from Bhiknoor and Kama Reddy Mandals of Nizamabad District, Andhra Pradesh, India Prof.B.Bhadraiah-Special talk

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Medicinal plants promotion in India with particular reference to Andhra Pradesh 15.00 - 15.15 Dr. K. P. Srivasuki - Special talk 16.00 -16.30 Tea

Day 3 : Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 : Venue ­ Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo Hall 1 Keynote Lecturer and Free Paper Session: Microbiology Co-chairpersons : Dr.R.D.H. Kulathunge Keynote Lecture: Microbiological quality standards of Ayurveda Medicine Professor S. Widanapathirana, Senior Professor, Department of Microbiology, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka OP-37: Application of Medicinal Plants in the Development of Antimicrobial Textiles for Healthcare and Hygiene R.Rajendran

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OP-38: Screening of antibacterial activity of total soluble protein of mulberry varieties Manjula AC, Shuba, Prathibha KY OP-39: Antifungal Activity of Vernonia cinerea

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Ranjani SS, Vinuja2 OP-40: Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles Using Clitorea ternatea Medicinal Plant Leaf Extracts and Evaluation of its Antibacterial Potential Poornima S, Sindhujaa V and P. Venkatachalam Tea Free Paper Sesson: Microbiology Co-chairpersons : Prof. R R.Venkataraju & Dr.SKMK Herapathdeniya OP-41: Synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles using Lemon grass ( Cymbopogoan citratus [DC] Stapf) extract and evaluation of their antimicrobial activities Geetha N, Geetha TS, Manonmani P OP-42: Screening of endemic medicinal plants of Seshachalam Hill Range of Eastern Ghats of India for biogenisis of silvernano particles and their effect on antimicrobial activity Savithramma N OP-43: Study of minimum inhibitory concentration of common flower extracts on Staphylococcus aureus. Venugopal N, Karthikeyan A, Prakash Kumar R OP-44: Isolation and identification antibacterial active principles from endophytic Xylaria sp. Rakshith D, Kavitha HU, Baker S, Kavitha KS, Satish S OP-45: Natural Larvicidals to control Dengue and other mosquitoes in Sri Lanka Fernando WWSWC1, Senanayeke SMSNM 2 OP-46: In vitro studies of effect of selected twenty four medicinal plants on larvae of Haemonchus contortus Ediriweera ERHSS, Rajapaksha RPVJ, Ratnasooriya WD

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Lunch and Poster Viewing (PP32-PP62) Free Paper Session - Plant Cultivation 1 Co-chairpersons : Dr. B. Ravi Prasad Rao

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OP-70: Micropropagation of medicinal plants through somatic embryos Tejavathi, DH. OP-71: Development of a rapid propagation technique for Cyclea peltata (Menispermaceae) Wijesinghe SAEC, Debarawatta, RDN, Yakandawala K OP-72: In vitro multiplication of Majorana hortensis Moench - an aromatic medicinal herb Tejavathi DH, Padma AV OP-73: A protocol for in vitro regeneration of janakia arayalpathra (Joseph & Chandras) through apical bud Madhu M, Gayatri MC OP-74: Plant tissue culture studies in Sauropus androgynous (L.) Merr. ­ An important medicinal plant. Tejavathi DH, Padma S OP-75: The natures gift herb Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni and the role of tissue culture in its step up Anbazhagan M. OP-76: In vitro response of encapsulated adventitious buds of Schrebera swietenioides Roxb.-A medicinal plant Niranjan MH, Sudarshana MS

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Hall 2 Free Paper Session: Treditional Knowlede Systems Co-chairpersons : Prof.G.Sudarsanam Ethnomedicinal practices of traditional healers of Warangal, (A.P), India Prof.G.Bagyanarayana-Special talk

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Experience of Malayali tribals in treating human ailments at Pachamalai Hills, Tamil Nadu Dr. M.Geetha Rani -Special talk OP-48: Indian Ethnobotanical uses of some Indo-Srilankan medicinal plants Mahesh V, Mita K, Smruti N OP-49: Ethnobotanical investigations in Vedaranyam Coast, Tamilnadu Ramanathan T OP-50: Ethnoveterinary medicinal plants used by Malayali tribals in Kalrayan hills of Eastern Ghats, Southern India Ayyanar M, Selvaraju A, Karthik V, Sekar T OP-51: Ethnomedicinal uses of pteridophytes of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India Srivastava SK, Rajkumar SD, Singh SK, Gautam RP Tea Free Paper Session: Traditional Knowledge Systems Co-chairpersons : Prof. (Dr.) U.K. Patil OP-52: Folk remedies in Sugali tribes of Yerramalais, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India Basha K, Sudarsanam G, Parveen DN OP-54: Ethno-medico botanical Studies on Useful Shrubs of Chitradurga District, Karnataka, India Hiremath VT, Taranath TC OP-55: Survey of Ethnoveterinary Medicinal Plants in Theni District of Tamil Nadu, India Karthik V, Suresh M, Selvaraju A, Ayyanar M, Sekar T OP-56: Ethnobotanical Survey on Aphrodiasic Medicinal Weeds of Chittoor District Andra Pradesh, India Neeraja, P Lunch and Poster Viewing (PP32-PP62)

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Free Paper Session - Plant Cultivation 2 Co-chairpersons : Dr. K. P. Srivasuki OP-77: In vitro propagation of Cedrus Deodara (Dewadara) through embryo culture Nawaratna SL, Warakagoda PS, Subasinghe S OP-78: Morphogenetic and biosynthetic potentials of in vitro cultures of Hypericum hookerianum Wight & Arn. (Clusiaceae) Seeni S, Pradeep PS, Reji JV OP-79: Plant regeneration from nodal explants of Drymaria cordata (l.) Willd. ex. Roem & Schult. Tejavathi, DH, Indira MN2 OP-80: In vitro propagation studies on Evolvulus alsinoides, an important medicinal herb Witharanage NP, Warakagoda PS, Subasinghe S OP-81: Biotechnological applications for improvement of Ethnomedicinally Important Solanum Torvum Sw Nanna RS, Maloth G OP-82: Pruning as an effective practice for Kothla himbutu (Salacia reticulata white) to ensure sustainable leaf/stem harvesting Rathnayaka RMSMB, Subasinghe S, Arunakumara KKIU, Amarasinghe MKTK, Kumarasinghe HKMS OP-83: Comparitive study of embryogenic and non embryogenic callus of male flower buds and shoot tip explants of banana Cv. Rasthali, ( Aab). Prathibha KY, Mohandas S, Ranganath Tea

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Hall 3 Free Paper Session: Plant Extracts Co-chairpersons : Dr.W.M.S.S.K. Kulatunge OP-57: Acetylcholinesterase enzyme inhibitors from Ceylon Cinnamomum zeylanicum Samarasekera R, Siriwardhana DAS, Tilakarathna AJA

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OP-58: A Phamacognostical Standardization on Pupalia lappaceae (Linn.) Juss. (Amaranthaceae) by using WHO guidelines (Geneva Procedure) and Toxicity Studies using OECD Guidelines Rajesh P, Kannan VR, Latha S, Selvamani P OP-59:Evaluation of Immunomodulatory Activity of Saya Churnam (Siddha Poly Herbal Formulation) on Albino rats Dr. G. Pramod Reddy OP-60: Piper betle Linn: A potential candidate for new drug developments and commercial exploitations Arambewela LSR, Arawwawala LDAM , Ratnasooriya WD, Kumaratunga KGA, Dissanayake DSCT, Kumarasingha, SP OP-61: Evaluation of Antioxidant activity of some Curcuma Species Sahu RK, Nahak G OP-62: Preliminary Phytochemical and microscopical study of "Sariva" used in Ayurveda Pushpalatha JM, Hettiarachchi PL, Abeysekara A, Sugathadasa KSS Tea Free Paper Session: Plant Extracts Co-chairpersons : Dr.Nimal Karunarathne OP-63: Preliminary Pharmacognostic Evaluation and Phytochemical Analysis of Nardostachys grandiflora DC (Valerianaceae) and Balanophora fungosa J.R. & G. Frost. (Balanophoraceae) Jayaratne RK, Hettiarachchi PL, Abeysekara A, Sugathadasa KSS, Yapa PAJ OP-64: Preliminary Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical Evaluation of Stachys tibetica Vatke Shah MY, Kumar D, Kumar V, Bhat ZA OP-65: HPTLC Analysis, Xanthine oxidase inhibition and Free Radical Scavenging Activity of Plants from Marathwada, India Nile, SH OP-66: Medicinal properties of mulberry fruit-A glance Kumari NV, Savithri G, Sujathamma P, Devi ML OP-67: Camptothecin, a novel biomolecule from Nothapodytes

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nimmoniana (Graham) Mabb., a commercially important medicinal plant Sekar T, Gopalakrishnan M OP-68: Comparative pharmacognostic studies of Munronia pinnata (Wall.) Theob. (Meliaceae) and its substitute/ adulterant Andrographis panniculata (Burm.f.) Wall. ex Nees (Acanthaceae) Dharmadasa RM, and Hettiarachchi PL, Premakumara, GAS OP-69: Comparative powder microscopical identification of rhizomes of Alpinia calcarata Roscoe and A.galanga (Linn.) Willd Wijayasiriwardena C, Premakumara GAS Lunch and Poster Viewing (PP32-PP62) Free Paper Session - Miscellaneous Co-chairpersons : Dr.K.P.K.R.Karunagoda OP-89: Reverse Pharmacology - A novel approach to clinical research of medicinal plants Raju KVN OP-90: Study of effect of Semecarpus anacardium extract on blood Calcium profile in albino rats Choudhari CV, Deshmukh PB OP-91: Antiinflammatory Activity of Crude Leaf Extracts of Solanum pubescens Willd Against Albino Wistar Rats Raju NJ, Reddy PG, Battu GR OP-92: A clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of ,,Icool eye drops ,,in the management of eye strain associated with computer usage Jeothi P, Mithra Das M, Kumar M, Sunil T OP-93: Nutraceuticals ­ The Re-Incarnation of Rasayana Swapna B, Kushwaha HK OP-94: Passiflora L - A Plant With Potential Nutraceutical Properties Thangaraj, P. Shanmugam S. OP-95: Patient characteristics and treatment outcome in functional anorectal pain Kumara AAJP, Sahu M

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Posters (PP01- PP31)

Day 2: Tuesday, 21 Dec 2011 : Venue ­ Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo PP-1: Effect of Sida alnifolia on glucose tolerance in diabetic rats: a comparison against an antidiabetic drug glibenclamide Attanayake AP1, Jayatilake KAPW1, Mudduwa LKB2, Pathirana C1. PP-2: Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected regions of Seshachalam Hills of Andhra Pradesh Vani DS1 , Yashodamma N2, Nagalakshmamma K3 PP-3: Acute and chronic toxicity study of Ayurvedic formulation, Amrutadi Guggulu used for (Atisthaulya) Obesity Dahanayake JM 1, Hapuararchchi SD 1, Suresh S 2 PP- 4:Oral hypoglycaemic activity of Pleurotus ostreatus in alloxan induced diabetic Wistar rats. Jayasuriya WJABN1, Suresh TS2, Abeytunga DTU3, Fernando GH4, Wanigatunga CA5. PP-5:ABTS Free radical scavenging activity of some herbal water extracts use in diabetic treatment. Perera PRD, 1* Sagarika E, 2 Ranaweera KKDS1 PP-6: Bay laurel abate dysmenorrhoea Jyothi A¹, Prasanna L² PP-7:Tinospora cordifolia extracts Induce G1-Phase Cell Cycle Arrest in normal and malignant KB cells Bansal P PP-8: Radioprotection by an antioxidant flavonoid glycoside -a cellular and mechanistic approach Punit Bansala, Piya Paula, Amit Kunwarb, S. Jayakumarc, Pawan G. Nayaka, K.I. Priyadarsinib, M. K. Unnikrishnand PP-9:Evaluation of Tribal Medicine for Antioxidant and Anticancer activity against Prostate cancer using PC-3 Cell lines

G.Panduranga Murthy, Anusha kulkarni, Ramya, M.C and Ravishankar, H.G PP-10:Title: "In vitro cytotoxic activity of an Indian habitant Anisochilus carnosus (L.f) wall. On BT 549 cell lines" Lobo Richard1, Bhagat Jaykumar1, Ballal Mamatha2 PP-11: Clinical Study on the Efficacy of the Indigenous Paste in the Management on Vatakantaka with Special reference to Heel spur. A G Samarawickrama1, H V N M Hewavitharana 2. PP-12: Antiarthritic activity studies of Justiciagendarussa Srinivasan KK1, Jaijesh P2, Chandrashekar KS3 PP-13: Immunomodulatory activity of combined hot water extract of Coriandrum sativum L. and Coscinium fenestratum L. in rats. Kothalawala SD1, Premakumara S2, Handunnetti SH1, Ratnasooriya WD3. PP 14: Study of the Etiological factors on non healing wounds (Dushta vrana) with special reference to life styles and food habits in Sri Lanka Sakunthala DAR, Rajapaksha RGWAS, Jayakody MIJ PP-15: Clinical evaluation of single dose administration of Cardiospermum helicacabum on blood pressure in healthy adults (A preliminary study) Weerasingha WARP1, Rasingolla SK2, BandaraWMP3, PP-16: Anti-malarial Activity of Artemisia vulgaris Ethanolic Leaf Extract in a Plasmodium berghei Murine Malaria Model Bamunuarachchi BAGS 1, Ratnasooriya WD 1, Premakumara GAS 2, Randeniya PVU1 PP-17: In vitro hepatoprotective activity against CCl4 induced toxicity of some selected siddha medicinal plants Gnanasekaran D1, Umamaheswara Reddy C2, Jaiprakash B3, Vijai D4, Hannah Elizabeth S5 PP-18: In Vitro and In Vivo Anthelmintic Activity of Euphorbia heliscopia Bashir A Lone1, M. Z. Chishti1, Fayaz Ahmad Bhat 2 and Hidayatullah Tak2 and Suhaib Bandh1 PP-19: Screening of potential medicinal pants for homestead herbal farming in Kerala Latha A, Radhakrishnan VV

PP-20:Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. is a plant of heaven and its Propogation

Mamatha M1, Rao BV2 PP-21: In vitro mass propagation of Rosa bourboniana L., a commercially important plant Rajeshbabu P, Sekar T Department of Botany, Pachaiyappas College, Chennai - 600030, Tamil Nadu, India PP-22: Evaluation of Pilot cultivation of Withania somnifera Dunal (Ashwagandha) in Jaffna District Sathyaseelan V1, Vijayakumar T2 PP-23: Seasonal Variation in Concentration of Kaurenoic Acid in Wedelia trilobata in Both in vivo and in vitro Plants Kumar A PP-24: Protection of a medicinal plant, Ashwagandha Withania somnifera Dunal from its defoliator pest Henosepilachna vigintioctopunctata (F.) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) Venkatesha MG and Ramakrishna S PP-25: Ethno-medicinal plant drugs used for Wound healing by the ethnic group of Soliga in Biligirirangana Hills, Karnataka, India. Murthy GP PP-26: ABTS Free radical scavenging activity of some herbal water extracts use in diabetic treatment. Perera PRD 1, Sagarika E2 , Ranaweera KKDS1 PP-27: HPTLC densitometric determination of quercetrin in Macrosolen parasiticus extracts Sodde V1,Dashora N1,Lobo R1 ,Vasantharaju SG2 PP-28: Phytochemical Investigation of the stem bark of Lawsonia inermis Linn Chandrashekar KS1, Kajalben2 PP-29:Phytochemical studies and pharmacological screening of some endemic medicinal plants of tirupati Kumar PV1, Jayaveera KN, Bharati T PP-30: Screening of antioxidant properties of Amalakayas Rasayana: A polyherbal Ayurvedic formulation Samarakoon SMS1, Chandola HM2, Shukla VJ3 PP31: Macro-Microscopic And Physicochemical Studies of the New Botanical

Source of the Drug Parpataka- Polycarpaea aurea Wt. & Arn. Jyothi B1, Sudarsanam G2, Pratap PP2

Posters (PP32-PP62)

Day 3: Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011 : Venue ­ Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo PP-32: Antimicrobial effects of few medicinal plants against acne-inducing bacteria Jayaveera KN1, Kumar GS2, Sumanta Mondal2, Ramana H2 PP-33:Potential antimicrobial activity of Hymenocallis littorallis plant extracts Noormi R1,4, Sumathy V2, Murugaiyah V3, Subramaniam S1 PP-34: A novel treatment approach using medicinal plants extracts against Multidrug resistant Enteroaggregative Escherichia coli isolated from chronic diarrheal cases in Manipal. Mamatha B1, Bangar R2, PP-35: Ocimum sanctum-The sacred Tulsi and its antimicrobial activity against the skin pathogens -a preliminary work Shetty Seema K, 1 Richard L 2 PP-36: Phytochemical Screening and Invitro Antimicrobial activity of the Crude extract of Hemionitis arifolia Devi PS, Rukmini K, Vijayalakshmi K PP37: Characterization of anti-microbial compounds isolated from Mangifera indica L seed kernel Ahmed IS1, Tohami MSE2, Almagboul AZ3, Verpoorte R1 PP-38: Standardization of Sitopaladi churna ­ a Polyherbal preparation Aswatha Ram HN1, Makhija IK1, Shreedhara CS1, Vijay Kumar S1 PP-39:Banana Root Purgative Fernando WWSWC, Senanayeke SMSNM. PP-40: An Insight on Standardization of Herbal Drugs Gowtham M 1, Paridhavi M1, Thirumalaic D2. PP-41: Herbal Cosmetics ­ Revival of the Age Old Beauty Therapy Gnanasekaran D1, Vijai D2, Hannah Elizabeth S3, Ravikiran Y4, Brahmaiah Y5

PP-42: A Clinical Study to Test the Effectiveness of a Herbal Scrub on Management of Hyperhydrosis and Bromhidrosis 1Perera B.S.R., 2Rasingolla S. K.,

PP-43:A natural player in the fairness of skin, Novel polyherbal ingredients inhibiting melanin synthesis and transfer Gokulshankar S1, Ranjith MS2, Mohanty BK3, Prabhakaran G4, Balasundaram M1 PP-44: An Experimental Study to Formulate an Ayurvedic Aftershave 1Wewalwala SL, 1Perera BSR, 1Deepthika SHK, 2Dissanayake DMHDB2, De Silva UMGD, 3Hemachandra EVP PP-45: Development and densitometric standerdisation of Convolvulus pluricaulis containing herbal Medicinal products by quantification of marker compounds UK Patil PP-46: Piperine augments the steady-state pharmacokinetics of Carbamazepine and Phenytoin in patients of epilepsy Hota D1, Pattanaik S1, Prabhakar S2, Kharabanda P2 PP-47:Clinical Efficacy of Aqaqia (Acacia arabica Linn) on Quality of Life in Uterine Prolapse (Nutue Rehm) Assessed with Prolapse Quality of Life Questionnaire: A Randomized Controlled Trial Farzana MUZN1, Shameem I2, Sultana A2

PP-48: Comparative study of Bakuchi Harithala Yoga and Bakuchi Thailaya with special reference to Switra (Vitiligo) C T Jayawardana CT1,Vithanage DK2, Ediriweera ERHSS3 PP-49:Strategic Analysis of Regulatory Scenario of Indian Nutraceutical Market N. Udupa PP-50:Preparation, characterization and standardization of ,,vegetable milk prepared from soy beans Khan Saleemulla1, Shripath Meenakshi1, Parmar Vinit1, Srinivasan KK2, Shirwaikar Annie3 PP-51: Nutritional composition and glycaemic indices (GI) of coconut and some green leafy porridges Senadheera SPAS1, Ekanayake S1 PP-52: Isolation of mRNA for the Study of root rot disease in Coleus forskholii Girisha ST

PP-53:Assessment of intra ­ specific variation at molecular level of Salacia oblonga and Salacia reticulate Gopalakrishnan M, Sekar T PP-54: evaluation of outcome of ayurvedic treatment of fistula in ano Wicramanayake WAAP1, Karunathilake LPA2 , Malalasekera AP3 PP-55: Method Development and validation of flavanoidal fraction of Hemidesmus indicus Linn. by HPTLC Kumar GS, Suresh P PP-56:Survey on the medicinal property (RASA) of the formulae recommended for Pm (Atopic eczema) in Ayurveda Wewalwala SL1, Wakkumbura HP2 PP-57: Medicinal plant wealth of nallamalais, Andhra pradesh, India Saheb TS1, Rao BRP2 PP-58: Diosgenin enhancement from Steroidal sapogenin in Dioscorea hispida, Dennst. by Trichoderma species through Biotransformation Murthy GP, Suralikerimath NM PP-59: Traditional therapeutic uses of medicinal plants Reddy PG 1 and Salave AP 2, PP-60: A study on various plant exudates used in Ayurveda and Sri Lankan Indigenous Medicinal System Herapathdeniya SKMK 1 , Dahanayake JM 2 PP-61:In-vitro erythrocyte membrane stabilization properties of Carica papaya L. leaf extracts Priyanga Ranasinghe1, Pathmasiri Ranasinghe2, W.P. Kaushalya M. Abeysekera2, G.A. Sirimal Premakumara2, Yashasvi S. Perera3, Padmalal Gurugama1, Saman B Gunatilake1 1 PP62: Suppression of LPS-Induced Inflammatory and NF-kB Responses by a fraction (F6) isolated from Justicia gendarussa in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Kumar KS, Helen A

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