Meeting: Stress and Nitrogen (Moscow)

Juergen M. Schmitt schmitt at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Fri Mar 22 13:30:01 EST 1996


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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON STRESS AND INORGANIC NITROGEN ASSIMILATION
      2nd FOHS BIOSTRESS SYMPOSIUM

    17th -- 21st September 1996, Moscow, Russia
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Dear colleague,

We are happy to inform you that the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Russian Sociaty of Plant Physiologists, K.A.Timiryazev Institute of
Plant Physiology, A.N.Bach Institute of Biochemistry (Moscow) organize
an International Symposium on Stress and Inorganic Nitrogen
Assimilation" and 2rd Fohs Biostress Symposium 17-21st September 1996
in Moscow.

The Biostress Symposia are sponsored by the Fohs Fund. The First
Biostress Symposium was organized by Prof. S.H.Lips (1995, Darmstadt,
Germany).

On behalf of Organizing Committee we would like to invite you to
attend the Symposium and would like you to consider contributing a
paper to one of the topics of our Symposium.

Please write to the orgenizers:

Prof. Vladimir Kuznetsov                Prof. Nikoly L vov

Institute of Plant Physiology           N.A.Bach Institute of
Biochemistry
Russian Academy of Sciences             Russian Academy of Sciences
Botanicheskaja str, 35                  Leninsky Prospeckt, 33
Moscow 127 276 , Russia                 Moscow 117071, Russia

Fax 007-095-482-52-60                   Fax 007-095-954-27-32
Ph 007-095-482-57-11                    Ph 007-095-954-65-30
E-mail:Kuznets at stress.plantphys.msk.ru; E-mail: inbio at glas.apc.org
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Scientific Committee

Alcide Bertani, Instituto Biosintesi Vegetali, Milano, Italy
Vladimir Kuznetsov, Institute of Plant physiology, Moscow
S.Herman Lips, Ben-Gurion University, Sede-Boqer, Israel
Nikolay L vov, Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow
Ralf R. Mendel, Botanisches Institut, Technische Universitat
Braunschweig, Germany
Maria Amelia Martinez -Loucao. Faculdadae de Ciencias de Universidade
de Lisboa,Portugal
Remo Regiani, Instituto Biosyntesi Vegetali, Milano, Italy
Jurgen Schmitt, Free University, Berlin, Germany
Arthur.W.Galston Yale University, USA

Local Organizing Committee

Vladimir V. Kuznetsov, Institute of Plant Physiology, Moscow,
Chairperson
Alexander Shvetsov, Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow, Secretary
Adolf Mocronosov, Institute of Plant Physiology, Moscow
Nikolay L vov, Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow
Valentin Kefeli,Institute of Soil Science and Photosynthesis, Puschino
Valery Shatilov,Institute of Biochemistry,Moscow
Nina Shevyakova, Institute of Plant Physiology, Moscow

Main Topics

Nitrogen Metabolism under Stress
-genetic, molecular biology, biochemistry and physiology
Stress and Adaptation: Physiological and Molecular Aspects
-salt stress, drought, temperature, technogenic stress

Symposium Package

Accommodation will be organizined in Russian Academy of Sciences Hotel
(or another one) not far from the centre of the City.
The Symposium Package for participants includes: Registration fee, 4
nights (arrival 17th September; departure 21st September)
at the Workshop hotel including 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, Welcome
Reception, Farewell dinner, coffee breaks, excursions) and all
Symposium material (preliminary price 600$).

Proceedings of the symposium are planned to be published in Russian
J.of Plant Physiology (in english and in russian simulteneously).

Oral and Poster Sessions are planned.

ABSTRACTS

The Organizing Committee welcomes the submission of abstracts relevant
to the topics of the Symposium. Abstracts should be in English and
should be arrive at the Organizing Committee NO LATER THAN 15th May
1996 (by E-mail using ASCII-codes, MS-DOS TEXT). Abstracts will be
selected for either oral or poster presentation.

Abstracts of oral and poster presentations must not exeed 1 page.
Format should be 15 cm wide, the upper and left margin 2.5 cm, the
length of the whole abstracts no longer than 24 cm.

Example:

Environmental control of CAM induction in the facultative halophyte
Mesembryanthemum crystallinum

Juergen Schmitt
Free University,Institute of Plant Physiology and Microbiology,
Germany

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(Please send by E-mail as soon as possible)

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