Request Information about bionet.photosynthesis

Jonathan B. Marder MARDER at agri.huji.ac.il
Mon Jun 5 02:19:15 EST 1995


In article <1995May30.114656.6206 at news.snu.ac.kr>,
   chlee at hyowon.cc.pusan.ac.kr (Choon-Hwan Lee) wrote:
>Please tell me what kind of activities are possible or available
>in this news group.
>
>Thank you.

The following is an extract from the original charter of this
newsgroup:-
==============================extract===================================
"The Photosynthesis Researchers' newsgroup will serve the interests of
"professionals and students involved in all aspects of Photosynthesis
"research.  This service has until now been provided by a distribution
"list
"(PHOTOSYN at VM.TAU.AC.IL).
"
"Here are some examples of use of the list:-
"
"- Requests for technical information regarding protocols, materials,
"  equipment, etc., used for photosynthesis-related research.
"
"- Advertisement of academic positions and requests for employment
"  (including postdoctoral positions, studentships, etc.)
"
"- Distribution of photosynthesis-related journal listings
"  Full listings:- Photosynthesis Research, Plant and Cell Physiology,
"                  Photosynthetica, BBA (Bioenergetics section).
"  Extracts     :- By a keyword search of bionet.journals
"
"  Announcement of scientific meetings.
"
"  Other assorted announcements
=====================end of extract====================================

For some idea of past traffic in the newgroup, you can reference the
archive on GOPHER://NET.BIO.NET:70/11/PHOTOSYNTHESIS

The newsgroup has remained a "low-volume" group with only a few postings
per week.  However, there is no restriction on raising any relevent
issue for discussion.

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