ICATP'99: call for abstracts and registrations

Michael Thorpe mthorpe at hort.cri.nz
Thu Jan 28 09:30:58 EST 1999



International Conference on Assimilate Transport and Partitioning: 
Integration of Structure, Physiology and Molecular Biology  

Sunday 15th - Friday 20th August 1999 in Newcastle, Australia  

THE REGISTRATION BROCHURE IS ON-LINE AT  
http://www.newcastle.edu.au/icatp/  

The Conference is designed to emphasize the integrated roles of  
structure, physiology/biochemistry and molecular biology in the  
transport and partitioning of assimilated carbon and nitrogen in  
plants.  Single sessions of keynote addresses, offered papers and  
posters are planned covering topics from macromolecular  
trafficking, membrane carriers and source/sink regulation to whole  
plant partitioning. 

Two satellite workshops have been organized to accompany the  
conference.  

Pre-Conference (11 – 13 August):  Carbon-11 and BAMS: Highly  
Sensitive Isotope Techniques:  Lower Hutt, New Zealand.   
Organizers Michael Thorpe and Peter Minchin. 

Post-Conference (22 –24 August):  Ecophysiology of Australian  
Native Plants:  Perth, Western Australia.  Organizer  Prof. John  
Pate.  

An interesting and varied programme of activities has been put  
together for accompanying persons, and pre- and post-conference  
tours are available.  

Registration $675, ($350 for students and retirees), late  
registration $800 and $500.  

Key dates: 
Registration for standard rate before 31st March 1999 
Abstracts by 30th April 1999  

More information can be found at  
http://www.newcastle.edu.au/icatp/  

Or from: 
Assoc/Prof Tina Offler 
Co-Convener & Conference Secretariat ICATP’99 
Department of Biological Sciences 
The University of Newcastle 
CALLAGHAN NSW 2308 Australia

Phone: +61 2 4921 5704 
Fax: +61 2 4921 6923 
Email:  icatp at newcastle.edu.au  




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