Plant Physiology/second Arabidopsis Special Issue/call for

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Tue Oct 10 16:14:16 EST 2000

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Dear Colleagues,<br>
The power of Arabidopsis to drive advances in both fundamental science
and biotechnology derives from the many sophisticated tools that the
community has developed over the last 20 years, and on the intellectual
synergism that emerges when many researchers study the same model
species. The December 2000 issue of<i> Plant Physiology</i> will
celebrate the completion of the Arabidopsis genome sequence and highlight
the contributions of genomics. A special issue of <i>Plant Physiology</i>
is now being planned for <b>June 2001</b> to extend the discussion of the
weed=EDs role in modern biology. As coordinators for this special issue, we
would like to encourage primary research papers on all aspects of
Arabidopsis research. <br>
Our intended focus is on development, signaling processes, and
plant-pathogen interactions but many other subjects, including useful
descriptive contributions, are welcome. Research articles for the special
issue may have one color figure for free. To be published in the June
2001 special issue, manuscripts should be submitted to the journal <b>no
later than January 31, 2001.<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</div>
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