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IPGSA 2nd Circular

IPGSA 2nd Circular - Arabidopsis and Plant Biology

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Old 02-15-2007, 03:09 PM
Gladys Cassab
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19th Conference of The International Plant Growth Substances
Association,
in conjunction with the Plant Growth Regulation Society of America and
the Japanese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants
Chair of the Scientific Program Committee: Dr Joe Kieber, The
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee: Dr Gladys Cassab, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
IMPORTANT DEADLINES
EARLY REGISTRATION RATES END ON FEBRUARY 20, 2007
ABSTRACTS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY FEBRUARY 28, 2007 FOR CONSIDERATION AS
A MINISYMPOSIUM TALK
ONLY THOSE ABSTRACTS FOR WHICH THE PRESENTER HAS REGISTERED BY APRIL 1
WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE CONFERENCE ABSTRACT BOOK.

PROGRAM

The 19th IPGSA meeting will begin on Saturday afternoon, July 15, 2007
and end in the evening of Wednesday 25 July 2007. The meeting will
take place in the NH Hotel in beautiful Puerto Vallarta on Mexico's
Pacific coast. The aim of this meeting is to present the latest
research findings in plant hormone biology in experimental and crop
plants.
The format of this meeting will include four plenary sessions, 16
Minisymposia and Workshops and two poster sessions. Each Minisymposium
will include two invited speakers selected from submitted abstracts.
For this reason, abstracts from accomplished junior and senior
investigators are warmly invited. Abstracts should focus on new and
unpublished data. The organizers will select abstracts for oral or
poster presentations.
The status of Abstracts (Talk/poster) will be posted on our web
site (below) as soon as decisions have been made.

ACCOMMODATION

The IPGSA has made block bookings of rooms at two hotels, the NH and
the Hacienda Hotels. These two hotels are approximately 100 meters
apart. IPGSA has negotiated reduced rates on all rooms. Please book
your accommodation through this website to ensure you receive the
reduced room rate, and to be certain that your accommodation booking
utilizes the rooms that IPGSA has reserved. IPGSA is required to pay
for reserved rooms that are not occupied. For this reason we strongly
encourage you to book your accommodation only through this website by
clicking on the link below.

See website for Registration rates, Minisymposium categories, Daily
Schedule, Accommodation, Travel information and more.


[1]http://www.ipgsa.org/meeting/index.htm
We look forward to seeing you at beautiful Puerto Vallarta.

References

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