A new initiative for Plant Physiology

Natasha Raikhel nraikhel at pilot.msu.edu
Thu Aug 10 10:13:47 EST 2000


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Dear Colleagues,<br>
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Completion of the genomic sequences of Arabidopsis will open many new
frontiers, creating new experimental opportunities for plant biologists.
The genome has been sequenced to assist us in our efforts to understand
the biology of plants. Although the initial findings will be published in
the December issue of Nature, Plant Physiology would like to offer the
opportunity to provide a more complete account of how sequencing of the
Arabidopsis genome has or will alter current and future concepts in plant
biology. For approximately one year, starting December 2000, Plant
Physiology will publish a section called <b>&quot;Genome
Analysis</b>.&quot; The articles for this section must be submitted
through the regular channel and will go through the regular review
process. This section will be handled by Associate Editor Rob Last. The
authors should indicate in their cover letter that the manuscript should
be considered for the &quot;Genome Analysis&quot; section.<br>
Thank you very much and best wishes,<br>
Natasha Raikhel<br>
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<div>Natasha Raikhel</div>
<div>Editor-in-Chief, Plant Physiology</div>
<div>MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory</div>
<div>Michigan State University</div>
<div>East Lansing, MI 48824-1312 USA</div>
<div>Phone: (517) 353-3518</div>
<div>Fax: (517) 432-9560</div>
<div>e-mail: nraikhel at msu.edu</div>
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