8th Annual Arabidopsis Meeting

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8th International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research
June 25-29, 1997
Madison, Wisconsin USA


DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION AND RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS IS APRIL 14.
The preferred method of abstract submission will be via a Web form,
which will be made available shortly from the AtDB web site.  You will
need a forms - compliant Web browser to use this form, such as Netscape
version 2 or higher.  The URL of the abstract - submission form will be
announced on this newsgroup in the near future.

Abstract submission should be via the Web form.  If, however, you do not
have access to the internet, a mechanism will be provided for you to
submit via e-mail.

Some of the registrants who submit poster abstracts will be chosen to
present a talk in the appropriate session.

Rooms will be available for anyone who wishes to organize a workshop
before or after the meeting or during the designated time: 4:00 to 6:30
on June 28.  Provide a title, list of participants and estimated number
attending (so we can obtain a proper-sized room) to
arabidopsis at biochem.wisc.edu.

To register for the meeting you may print and complete the following
form (we will not accept registration by e-mail) and return (by mail)
with payment to:

Wisconsin Union/Arabidopsis meeting
Conference Services
800 Langdon Street
Madison, WI 53706  USA


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FEES (in U.S. dollars):

($180.00)  Conference Package (includes Registration fee, refreshments
at breaks, and all meals except breakfast)

Place the amounts in parentheses for any of the following options you
wish to have.

Housing Options: Dormitory housing package (includes nights of June
25-28 and breakfast June 26-29).  The dormitories are air conditioned.
For those who desire hotel accomodations a list of nearby hotels is
provided below.

(       ) $160/person Single Occupancy

(       ) $110/person Double Occupancy (if you wish to request a
specific roommate write the name below this line)


(       ) Early arrival/late departure - extra nights of dormitory
housing ($25/person double; $35/person single (indicate arrival and
departure dates below).


(       ) Parking ($4/day)

(       ) Total ($180.00 + options selected)

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The following scientific program was prepared by the North American
Arabidopsis Steering Committee (NAASC) (elected by electronic ballot by
North American subscribers to the Arabidopsis electronic bulletin board)
with session chairs.

This is a preliminary program.

APPENDIX I  SCHEDULE AND PROGRAM


WEDNESDAY JUNE 25, 1997

REGISTRATION AND POSTER SET-UP

BUFFET DINNER AND MIXER    6:00-8:00

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:  8:00- 9:00 RON DAVIS, STANFORD UNIVERSITY:
Whole Genome Analysis of Arabidopsis

POSTER SESSION 1         9:00-12:00


THURSDAY JUNE 26, 1997

SESSION 1 - 9:00-10:30 Cell Growth

        P. Doerner, Salk Institute (Chair): Cell Division Regulation    Couples
Root Organ Growth to Cell Growth

        Dirk Inze, Universiteit Gent, Belgium: CDK/Cyclin Kinases
Regulate
Cell Cycle Progression in Arabidopsis

        Bob Dietrich, University of North Carolina: Stress-Activation   of
Cell
Death in Arabidopsis

POSTER TALKS    EACH SESSION WILL ALSO HAVE 2 OR 3 SHORT TALKS
                        CHOSEN FROM POSTERS.

COFFEE  10:30-11:00

SESSION 2- 11:00-12:30: Signal Transduction

        Jeff Harper Scripps Institute (Chair): Calcium Dependent        Protein
Kinases: Intramolecular Activation and Potential        Substrates

        Zen Ming Pei / Julian Schroeder, University of California,      San
Diego:
New Insights into Early Signal Transduction     Cascades in     Arabidopsis
Guard Cells.

        Janet Braam, Rice University: Mechanosensory Signal     Transduction

POSTER TALKS

LUNCH   12:30- 2:00


SESSION 3 - 2:00-3:30 Cell Signaling

        Daphne Preuss, University of Chicago (Chair): Choosing a
Mate: Cell
Signaling During Reproduction.

        Phil Benfey, New York University: Cell Signaling in Root
Development

        Hajime Sakai, Cal Tech: The Role of SUPERMAN in Cellular
Proliferation
and Communication between Floral Whorls

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE   3:30- 4:00

SESSION 4 - 4:00-5:30 : Hormone Signaling

        Caren Chang, University of Maryland (Chair): Interaction of
Ethylene
Receptors with the CTR1 Protein Kinase

        Mark Estelle, Indiana University: Auxin Regulation of Cell      Division

        Tatsuo Kakimoto, Osaka University: Cytokinin Signal     Transduction:
Involvement of a Two-Component System

POSTER TALKS

DINNER   5:30- 7:30

POSTERS 2        7:30-12:00


FRIDAY JUNE 27, 1997

SESSION 5 - 9:00-10:00 Meristem Function

        Steve Clark, University of Michigan (Chair)

        Ian Furner, Cambridge University

        Kathy Barton, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE  10:30-11:00

SESSION 6 - 11:00-12:30 Adaptation to Stress

        Anne Britt, University of California, Davis (Chair) / Cai-      Zhong
Jiang, Plant Biology, UC Davis; UV-Resistance

        Kris K. Niyogi, Carnegie Institution of Washington at   Stanford:
Photoinhibition

        Patricia L. Conklin, Boyce Thompson Institute: Oxidative        Stress

POSTER TALKS

LUNCH   12:30- 2:00
SESSION 7 - 2:00-3:30 : Metabolic Regulation

        Gloria Coruzzi, New York University (Chair): Amino Acid
Signaling       and
Sensing in Arabidopsis

        Jen Sheen,  Massachusetts General Hospital: Sugar Sensing and
Signaling in Plants

        Eric Ward, Ciba Geigy: General Control and Metabolic    Regulation
in
Arabidopsis

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE   3:30- 4:00


SESSION 8 - 4:00-5:30 : Cell Biology

        Wolf Frommer (Chair)

POSTER TALKS

DINNER   5:30- 7:30

POSTERS 3       7:30-12:00


SATURDAY JUNE 28, 1997

SESSION 9 - 9:00-10:00 Light-Regulated Development

        Joanne Chory, Salk Institute (Chair): Light, Hormones, and
Seedling
Development

        Steve Kay, Scripps Institute: Regulatory Interactions between
Circadian and Phototransduction Pathways

        George Coupland, John Innes Center: The Regulation of   Flowering
Time
in Response to Photoperiod

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE  10:30-11:00

SESSION 10 - 11:00-12:30 Plant-Pathogen Interactions

        Roger Innes, Indiana University (Chair): Cloning of the RPS5    Disease
Resistance Gene and Identification of Additional        Components of the RPS5
Pathway

        Jane Parker, John Innes Center: Genetic And Molecular   Dissection
Of
Pathways Controlling Downy Mildew Resistance

        Fumi Katagiri, University of Maryland: Molecular Recognition    of
Pathogen Attack in Disease Resistance Specified by RPS2         and RPM1.

POSTER TALKS

LUNCH   12:30- 2:00

SESSION 11 - 2:00-3:30 Chromosome Structure and Function

        Liz Dennis (Chair)

        Karam Singh

        Justin Goodrich

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE   3:30- 4:00

WORKSHOPS*       4:00- 6:30
*Concurrent workshops in smaller meeting rooms.  These can be organized
on the INTERNET by initiative of any member of the Arabidopsis
Community.  Once a workshop is established remember to contact
arabidopsis at biochem.wisc.edu to reserve a room.

BARBECUE         6:30- 8:30

PARTY   8:30-12:00

SUNDAY JUNE 29, 1997

SESSION 12 - 9:00-10:30: Genomics and Novel Genetic Techniques

        Rob Martienssen (Chair): Genome Sequencing and Gene Trap
Mutagenesis
in Arabidopsis

        Joe Ecker, Pennsylvania University

        Steve Rounsley, TIGR: Progress of Chromosome II Sequencing at   TIGR

        Mike Bevan / Ian Bancroft, John Innes Institute: The EU
Arabidopsis
Genome Sequencing Programme

        M. McCombie: Sequence Analysis of the Short Arms of     Chromosome
IV and
Chromosome V

        Satoshi Tabata, Kazusa DNA Research Institute: The      Arabidopsis
Genome
Project at Kazusa DNA Research Institute

POSTER TALKS

COFFEE  10:30-11:00

SESSION 13 - 11:00-12:30 HOT TOPICS - To be Announced.





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