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ISPMB Satellite Symposium on "Cereal Inflorescence Development"

Bruce, Wesley wes.bruce at pioneer.com
Tue Jun 17 14:32:11 EST 2003

For those attending the ISPMB conference in Barcelona, Spain, I would 
like to bring your attention to a Satellite Symposium on "Molecular 
Genetics of Cereal Inflorescence Development". The website is 
http://www.ispmb2003.com/satsymp.htm .

The satellite symposium is scheduled for 2:30-4:30 pm immediately 
following the start of  registration on the first day of the ISPMB 
symposia scheduled on Monday (23 June, 2003). The Satellite Symposium 
will be held in room 6 at the Conference Center (but please check 
again for any room changes).

The speakers (*) and titles are as follows:

Sarah Hake*, George Chuck, Estaban Bortori, Paula McSteen & Tracy 
Yamawaki: "Regulation of spikelet and spikelet-pair meristem identity"

Junko Kyouko*, Keishi Komatsu, Masahiko Maekawa, Shin Ujiie, Yuzuki 
Satake,  Ikuyo Furutani, Hironobu Okamoto, & Ko Shimamoto: "LAX: a 
major regulator of shoot branching in rice"

Wes Bruce*, Lisa Newman, Suling Zhao, Robert Meeley, Hajime Sakai & 
Mike Muszynski: "Maize CLAVATA3-functional ortholog"

Kirsten Bomblies*, Robert Meeley, Tim Helentjaris & John Doebly: 
"Quantitative effects of duplicate FLORICAULA/LEAFY homologs on 
inflorescence structure in maize"

Christophe Reazeau*, Yves Hatzfeld, Valerie Frankard, Anabel Sanz, 
Philippe Hervé, Pierre Lejeune, Willy Dillen, Wim Van Camp, Rindert 
Peerbolte, Willem Broekaert: "Use of comparative analysis of 
inflorescence development for crop improvement"

All who have registered for the ISPMB conference are welcome to 
attend this Satellite Symposium.

Thank you.


Wesley Bruce
Research Scientist
Pioneer Hi-Bred Intl.
7300 NW 62nd Ave.
Johnston, IA 50131

phone: 515-270-4167
FAX:    515-334-4788
E-mail: wes.bruce at pioneer.com <mailto:wes.bruce at pioneer.com>


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