Open Science Research Excellence

ICBA 2021 : International Conference on Bioenergetic Analysis

Miami, USA
March 11 - 12, 2021

Call for Papers

ICBA 2021 : International Conference on Bioenergetic Analysis is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Bioenergetic Analysis. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Mechanism of Photoinduced Electron Transport in Isolated Chloroplasts
  • The Energized Movement of Ions and Water by Chloroplasts
  • Light-Induced Ion Transport
  • Light-Induced Proton Transport in Chloroplasts
  • Correlation of Light-Induced Proton Transport with Ultrastructural Changes in Chloroplasts
  • Light-Induced Potassium Efflux
  • Light-Induced NH4+ Transport
  • Energy-Linked Reactions of Plant Mitochondria
  • Enzymic Formation and Utilization of Nucleoside Triphosphates
  • Intracellular Distribution of UQ
  • Content of UQ in Respiratory Chain Preparations
  • Biologically Active Forms of UQ
  • Extraction-Reactivation Experiments on the Role of UQ
  • Enzymes Reducing and Oxidizing UQ
  • Redox Reactions of the Constituent UQ
  • Energy-Linked Reactions in Chemoautotrophic Organisms
  • Energy-Linked Reactions
  • The Energy-Linked Reduction of Pyridine Nucleotide
  • The Reversal of the Chemoautotrophic Substrate Oxidation
  • Aerobic Pathways of ATP Generation
  • The Electron Transfer Chains
  • The Energy-Linked Reduction of Cytochrome
  • The Reaction Sequence
  • The Functioning Electron Transport System
  • Respiration and Adenosine Triphosphate Synthesis in Nuclei
  • Isolation of Nuclei and Criterion of Purity
  • Evidence for Aerobic ATP Synthesis in Nuclei
  • Enzymic Composition of Isolated Nuclei
  • Metabolic and Structural Spaces of the Nucleus
  • Oscillation of Insect Flight Muscle
  • Synchronization of the Oscillatory and Contractile Cycles
  • Contractile Mechanisms in Cilia and Flagella
  • Genesis of the Cochlear Endolymphatic Potential
  • Historical Development of the Endocochlear Potential (EP)
  • Functional Significance of the Endocochlear Potential and Endolymph Composition