Some upcoming Australian meetings

John Harper jharper at is.su.edu.au
Thu Mar 30 20:25:13 EST 1995


You are invited to Sydney to attend the :

Australian Society of Plant 
Physiologists
35th Annual Conference

incorporating the
New Zealand Society of 
Plant Physiologists 
17th Annual Conference

26-29 September 1995
Darling Harbour

and in conjunction with
7th Congress of the 
Federation of Asian and Oceanian 
Biochemists and Molecular Biologists 
24-29 September,1995


Meeting format

This joint plant physiology meeting will be held on the third floor of the
Sydney Convention Centre at Darling Harbour, during the week of the  FAOBMB
 congress which will take place on the lower floors of the  Convention
Centre.  The plant physiology meeting will include four joint symposia and
a plenary lecture with the FAOBMB Congress.   The plant physiology meeting
will have further symposia, sessions of  contributed papers and posters. 
The programmes of the plant physiology meeting and the FAOBMB Congress are
being co-ordinated in order to facilitate the attendance at both meetings
for those with an interest in plant biochemistry and molecular biology. 
Joint registration fees are available.

Scientific Programme 

PLANT MOLECULAR SIGNALS SYMPOSIA 
(joint ASPP/FAOBMB)
Molecular communications between plants and micro-organisms:  (Robyn van
Heeswijck)
Pierre de Wit (Wageningen- the Netherlands)
Jeff Ellis (CSIRO,Canberra)
Chris Lamb (The Salk Institute, USA)
Richard Forster (New Zealand)
Light signal transduction in plants:  (Jan Anderson)
Peter Quail (USDA, USA)
John Mullet (Texas , USA)  
(Sponsored by CRC for  Plant Science)
Fred Chow (CSIRO, Canberra)
Abdul Chaudury (CSIRO,Canberra)
Molecular biology of plant development: 
(Geoff Fincher)
Lothar Willmitzer ( Germany)
Peter Hoj (Waite Institute, South Australia)
Jyn Heung An (Korea)
Paul Reynolds (New Zealand)

SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM: (joint ASPP/FOABMB)
Rice biochemistry and biotechnology   (Jim Peacock)
 
K. Shimamoto
Plantech Research Institute, Midori-ku, Yokohama 227 Japan

C.J. Lamb
The Salk Institute, 10010 North Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla,California,92037

E.S. Dennis
CSIRO Division of Plant Industry, GPO Box 1600, Canberra

P.Waterhouse
CSIRO Division of Plant Industry,GPO Box 1600, Canberra


For more details contact Dr Robyn Overall: roverall at extro.ucc.su.oz.au







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