[Medicago] Re: Medicago Digest, Vol 11, Issue 2

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Just to let you know that there is a slight problem with the Medicago 
Handbook internet address. The underline symbol right at the end of the 
address should be removed.

Best regards,

David Barker

PS.  Rather surprisingly, I could not find a link to the Handbook on the 
Noble Foundation Home Page.





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> Dear Colleagues,
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> The /Medicago truncatula /community have created a new handbook to serve
> as a fundamental resource for researchers using this model legume. This
> handbook is freely accessible on the internet at
> _http://www.noble.org/MedicagoHandbook/_ and is an ongoing project with
> regular updates and additions that will rely on users to keep this
> resource up to date. Each chapter is dated to identify its version.
> The handbook contains chapters on the biology of /M. truncatula/ in
> addition to a range of detailed protocols for the use of /M. truncatula/
> in research.  The includes available resources, handling /M. truncatula/
> as a whole plant, transformation methods, as well as a range of genetic
> and genomic tools.
> Any additional chapters or suggestions are very welcome and can be sent
> to Ulrike Mathesius (ulrike.mathesius from anu.edu.au
> <mailto:ulrike.mathesius from anu.edu.au>), Etienne-Pascal Journet
> (E_tienne-Pascal.Journet from toulouse.inra.fr_) or Lloyd Sumner
> (lwsumner from noble.org <mailto:lwsumner from noble.org>). We hope that this book
> will be a valuable resource for the Medicago community and beyond.
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> This handbook now has the following ISBN number: 0-9754303-1-9.
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> Many thanks to all the contributors who have made this book possible and
> in particular to Lloyd Sumner for his ongoing effort in setting up the
> website!
>
> Ulrike Mathesius (for the Medicago steering committee).
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David G. Barker,
Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions (ex LBMRPM),
UMR INRA/CNRS (441/2594),
Chemin de Borde-Rouge, Auzeville,
BP 52627,
31326 CASTANET-TOLOSAN Cedex,
FRANCE
Tel (33).5.61.28.54.15
Fax (33).5.61.28.50.61
David.Barker from toulouse.inra.fr
 
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