Kevin P. O'Connell
oconne18 at pilot.msu.edu
Thu Jan 5 19:55:00 EST 1995
In Article <D1vx36.2wt at osuunx.ucc.okstate.edu> "demed at vms.ucc.okstate.edu. (David Demezas)" says:
> There are many conferences on plant-microbe interactions. Probably the
> largest is the International Symposium on Molecular Genetics of
> Plant-Microbe Interactions which I believe is held every other year.
Indeed. The next one will be held in 1996 at the University of Tennessee,
Knoxville. The principal organizer, I believe, is Gary Stacey. Write to
him there to get on the mailing list.
There is also, I believe, an annual meeting of Agro researchers called the
Midwest Crown Gall Conference. I attended two of these in the late '80's
while I was still working in Agro. They were nice; small and informal. I
don't know how you would get in touch with those folks now, except to
contact your nearest Agro friends and ask if they still meet.
PS--The MPMI meetings are excellent, IMHO. A great crowd of folks, and
very well run. Usually a few talks on Agro, and a bunch of poster
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