41st Annual Maize Genetics Conference
March 11-14, 1999
Grand Geneva Resort
Lake Geneva, WI, USA
Additional information on the meeting is available at the Maize Genome
Database Website at http://www.agron.missouri.edu/Coop/Conf/1999.html
Pat Schnable, Iowa State University, 'The Molecular Basis of Fertility
Restoration in cmsT Maize'
Rich Jorgensen, University of Arizona, 'Homology-based Control and
Epigenetic Inheritance of Gene Expression Patterns in Transgenic Plants'
Sue Wessler, University of Georgia, 'MITEs: Transposable Elements
Responsible for Allelic Diversity'
Phil Benfey, New York University, 'Regulation of Radial Patterning'
Genome Mapping and Synteny
Genomic Approaches for Maize Research
Technology Transfer and Licensing
Attended by approximately 400 scientists, the annual Maize Genetics
Conference convenes for three days to discuss recent research results and
technical advances. Featured speakers will give overviews of rapidly moving
fields. There will be approximately 36 short talks and 100 posters.
Information on participation in the oral and poster presentations will be
sent with the registration materials or can be obtained by contacting the
DuPont Agricultural Botechnology
PO Box 6104
Newark, DE 19714-6104
Email: julie.m.vogel at usa.dupont.com
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Univ. of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-3051 USA
Email: cweil at uidaho.edu