CALLING FOR MNL
ed at teosinte.agron.missouri.edu
Mon Nov 22 22:00:17 EST 1999
Calling for MNL Notes and Reports!
Send your MNL Notes anytime before January 1, 2000. They
will go on the Web verbatim, and will be printed in the
annual issue. Newly simplified instructions are given below.
See MNL 63 through 73 on-line, searchable in full text or
This informal newsletter shares working research information
on the genetics and cytogenetics of maize. The information
and data are offered by Cooperators with the understanding
that they will not be used in publications without their
HOW TO SUBMIT NOTES
1. Notes for MNL 74 need to be in the editor's box before
January 1, 2000. Electronic copy by email is sufficient -
see below. Be concise, not formal, but do include specific
data, tables, observations and methods. Follow the simple
style used in the latest issue (CITY; Institution; Title;
--Authors; Text). Include citations in text in the simple
format (Authors with initials, Journal, Volume:pp, year), or
supply a bibliography, to aid us in indexing and
cross-linking. Figures, charts, and tables should be
compact, supplied as jpg or gif files if possible.
2. Send an electronic version, one of the following:
a. Attach to an email message to CoeE at Missouri.edu (we
will acknowledge receipt and contact you further if
b. Alternatively, as the text of an email.
c. Alternatively, by FTP - see
d. Alternatively, mail a diskette marked with author,
platform (e.g., MS-DOS; Mac) and word processor or ASCII. If
email or other is not feasible, we will hand-enter from your
double-spaced hard copy.
Notes will be incorporated *verbatim* in MaizeDB, awaiting
the printing of the issue.
Send submissions to:
email: CoeE at missouri.edu
Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter
210 Curtis Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211-7020
Deadline is January 1, 2000.
SEND YOUR ITEMS ANYTIME AND BEAT THE RUSH; NOW IS YOUR BEST TIME.
Subscription information is available in the Cooperators
MAIZE GENETICS CONFERENCE
-- Watch for information on the Web.
Information for the Conference, March 16-19, will be mailed
to you in December if you have attended the Conference
previously (assuming we have your current address), or if
you have requested information. If you have not received
materials within a reasonable amount of time, please contact
Becky Boston, boston at unity.ncsu.edu
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