CALL FOR DISCUSSION: SYMBIOSIS-RESEARCH/bionet.biology.symbiosis

Andreas Brune Andreas.Brune at uni-konstanz.de
Thu Sep 22 03:49:38 EST 1994


In article <35qnsi$ief at net.bio.net>, BIOSCI Administrator <biosci-help at net.bio.net> says:
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>We have received a proposal below for a new newsgroup,
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>SYMBIOSIS-RESEARCH/bionet.biology.symbiosis
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>.....
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>The purpose of the proposed newsgroup is to establish better 
>communication between symbiosis researchers, to share ideas, to solicit 
>information, and disseminate news of research progress and upcoming 
>events of interest to symbiosis researchers.  
>

Due to the interdisciplinary nature of symbiosis research, there is the
definite need for improved communication among symbiosis researchers
of different provenience.

As a microbiologist who ventured into insect/microbe associations 
a couple of years ago I was amazed and fascinated of the numerous
examples of such interactions of which I was completely unaware before.
Yet many of the phenomena described by and long-known to zoologists are
only marginally understood on the side of the microbes and their 
physiology, mainly because only a few microbiological labs are 
focusing on such questions.

A thank-you to James White for leading the initiative for this newsgroup
and his offer to serve a a discussion leader. I am looking forward to 
the establishment of this newsgroup and hope it will be a valuable forum 
for symbiosis research.

Andreas Brune

Dr. Andreas Brune         	Phone: 	+49-7531-883282
Mikrobielle Oekologie     	Fax:   	+49-7531-882966
Universitaet Konstanz     	E-mail:	Andreas.Brune at uni-konstanz.de



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