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[Arabidopsis] ICAR 2012 - Another exciting workshop on networks and root development!

Siobhan Brady via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by sbrady from ucdavis.edu)
Tue Jun 19 07:09:25 EST 2012

Greetings ICAR Attendees,

We want to inform you about a workshop that will be held at the meeting on
Friday July 6th from 4:30 to 6:00 pm in Gartensaal.   The workshop title
is: =93Complicated Simplicity: Regulatory Networks in Root Development=94.
Talks will focus on regulatory networks that underlie root development at a
variety of scales.  Chosen talks demonstrate the complex gene regulatory
network architecture regulating growth at the cell type-specific level, in
response to the environment, and the use of quantitative phenotyping and
quantitative genomics to identify loci that regulate intra-specific and
inter-specific variation in root development.

Seminar speakers and their titles are also listed below.  A poster is also

We hope to see you there!

Siobhan Brady and Wolfgang Busch

*Ari Pekka Mahonen* =93Dynamic Interplay Between Auxin and PLETHORAS
Orchestrates Root Growth=94

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*Rosangela Sozzani* =93SHR/SCR-Mediated Signaling Pathway Controls Asymmetr=
Cell Division and Cell Specification in the Arabidopsis Root=94

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*Laurent Lejay* =93Regulation of Root Nitrate Uptake in *Arabidopsis thalia=
*using NRT2.1 as a Target=94

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*Anthony Carter* =93Genetic Connections Between Nodulation and Lateral Root

* *

*Wolfgang Busch* =93Using Quantitative Large-Scale Phenotyping to Uncover
Novel Gene Regulatory Networks in Root Development=94**

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*Siobhan Brady *=93Quantitative Genomics and Development: Uncovering Novel
Loci That Regulate Tomato Root Growth and Cellular Architecture=94

Siobhan Brady, Ph.D
Assistant Professor
Hellman Fellow
Katherine Esau Junior Faculty Fellow
University of California, Davis
Section of Plant Biology and Genome Center

office PLB: (530) 752-2721
office GC: (530) 752-5183
sbrady from ucdavis.edu

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