Plant Hormones: Signaling and Gene Expression Symposium April 14

Kubal, Sandra R. KubalS at missouri.edu
Wed Jan 13 12:25:56 EST 1999


1999 Current Topics in Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Biology
Plant Hormones:  Signaling and Gene Expression
April 14-17, 1999
University of Missouri - Columbia Memorial Union
See conference registration information below
Contact Persons:  Dr. Doug Randall 573 882-4847, Sandra Kubal 573 882-7796

Miguel A. Blazquez, Salk Institute
Gibberellins, Flowering and Gene Expression

Thomas Berleth, University of Toronto
Auxin Signals in Plant Cell Axis Formation

Tony Bleecker, University of Wisconsin
Structure, Function, and Evolutionary Origin of the Ethylene Receptor Family

Caren Chang, University of Maryland
The Ethylene-Response Pathway:  Interacting Components

Robert Creelman, Texas A& M University
Jasmonic Acid-regulated Gene Expression and Signaling

Joe Ecker, University of Pennsylvania
Ethylene Gas Signaling:  Events from the
Membrane to the Nucleus

Mark Estelle, University of Indiana
Rubberized and F-boxed:  Ubiquitin-
mediated Events during Auxin Response

Frank Gubler, CSIRO-Canberra Australia
GAMyc and Gibberellin-regulated Gene Expression

Tom Guilfoyle, University of Missouri
Auxin Response Elements and Auxin
Response Factors

David Ho, Washington University
Signal Transduction Mediating Abscisic
Acid Regulated Gene Expression

Richard Hooley, University of Bristol
GCR1; a Seven-transmembrane Receptor Involved in Cytokinin Signaling
Alan Jones, University of North Carolina
The Role of Auxin-binding Protein 1 in Cell Expansion and Division

Joe Key, University of Georgia
Phytohormone-regulated Gene Expression, A Historical Perspective

Joe Kieber or Ingrid Branstatter, University of Illinois-Chicago
Cytokinin-regulated Gene Expression and
Signaling

Harry Klee, University of Florida
Ethylene Receptors

Dan Klessig, Rutgers University
Salicylic Acid and Nitric Oxide-mediated Signal Transduction in Plant
Disease Resistance
Ottoline Leyser, University of York
Auxin Response Mutants

Jianming Li, University of Michigan
Brassinolides and Signaling

Mannie Liscum, University of Missouri
The nph4/tir5/msg1 Mutations of Arabidopsis

Don McCarty, University of Florida
VP1 and Abscisic Acid Regulation of Gene Expression

Peter McCourt, University of Toronto
Gibberellin and Abscisic Acid Response Mutants and Signaling

Neil Olszewski, University of Minnesota
O-G1cNAc Protein Modification and
Gibberellin Signal Transduction

Naomi Ori, Plant Gene Expression Lab
Knotted1 Function and Its Relationship to Cytokinin Responses

Ralph Quatrano, Washington University
Trans-acting Proteins Associated with the ABA/VP1 Response Element in the EM
Gene

Jen Sheen, Mass. General Hospital
Protein Kinases and Auxin
Signaling

Tai-Ping Sun, Duke University
Negative Regulation of Gibberellin Signal

Shuqun Zhang, University of Missouri
Salicylic Acid Signaling and Protein Kinases











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registering after March 29, 1999 will need to pick up the tag at the
Symposium.

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Missouri-Columbia

Columbia has connecting flights from St. Louis via Transworld Express, but
has no air connections from Kansas City.  Tiger Air Express (1-800-333-3026)
offers van shuttle service hourly from St. Louis Lambert and three times a
day from Kansas City International Airport at reasonable prices.  Last
departure from St. Louis is 9:30 p.m.; from Kansas City, 9:30 p.m.  There is
an express Greyhound service from St. Louis Lambert Airport to Columbia.
Contact your local travel agent or Tiger Air Express for current schedules.

The Interdisciplinary Plant Group at the University of Missouri-Columbia is
hosting its annual symposium on selected topics in Plant
Biochemistry-Molecular Biology-Physiology.  The Interdisciplinary Plant
Group was organized to facilitate research and training through
interdisciplinary and cooperative approaches to questions in Plant Biology.
A key objective of this group is to maintain an awareness of advances in
research and techniques in these areas.  This  Symposium is one means of
meeting this objective.

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contact Sue Brouk  573/882-9552 or TDD 573/882-4349.

Poster presentations in any area of Plant Biochemistry-Physiology-Molecular
Biology are invited.  Posters will be exhibited throughout the Symposium.
Abstracts, not longer than one page (one-inch margins on all sides), of
poster presentations must be received by March 29, 1999* to be included in
the program.  Poster space will be limited to 4' x 4'.  Poster abstracts
should be sent to Doug Randall, Biochemistry Department, 117 Schweitzer
Hall,  MU,  Columbia,  MO 65211.   Abstracts may be submitted as  a printed
copy to:  RandallD at missouri.edu.   Posters may be presented without prior
submission of an abstract; however, remaining space will be assigned on a
first-come, first-serve basis.   Abstracts of all posters received by March
1st will be published in the Symposium Program.  A $100 award will be given
for most outstanding poster presentation by a student.

*ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS MAY BE SELECTED FROM THOSE SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS EARLY--
BY FEBRUARY 3, 1999.

For further registration information contact:  MU Conference Office.
Phone:  (573) 882 2429
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Program questions should be directed to:  IPG Symposium.
Phone:   (573) 882 7796
Fax:	  (573) 882 5635
E-mail: BroukS at missouri.edu


Sandra Kubal
AEM Assistant/IPG Secretary
117 Schweitzer Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO  65211
573 882 7796




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