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[Maize] Plant Reproduction 2016 meeting in Tucson (March 18-23, 2016) - Registration and abstract submission are now open!

ravipalanivelu from gmail.com via maize%40net.bio.net (by ravipalanivelu from gmail.com)
Wed Oct 21 20:18:13 EST 2015

We invite you to attend Plant Reproduction 2016, the 24th International Congress on Sexual Plant Reproduction. The conference will be held at the Tucson Marriott University Park, Tucson, Arizona, USA, March 18-23, 2016. 
Registration and abstract submissions for this conference are now open: 

***Please note that:
1. The early bird registration closes on December 31, 2015 and the fees includes most of the meals and the dinner banquet. 
2. The deadline for submitted abstracts to be considered for an oral presentation is also December 31, 2015. In each session, 4/9 talks will be selected from the submitted abstracts. *** 

The International Association of Sexual Plant Reproduction Research (IASPRR) hosts an international congress (ICSPR) once every two years to discuss the major advances in and to foster collaborations in the field of plant reproduction. A parallel conference series (Frontiers of Sexual Plant Reproduction -FSPR) was held once in four years in the USA. In 2016, these two organizations are hosting a joint conference in Tucson, bringing the international congress to the USA for the first time. 
An exciting program is in store for Plant Reproduction 2016, encompassing 9 non-overlapping sessions, allowing all attendees to attend all sessions. Research in many model organisms are represented: 
Floral Induction and Floral Organ Development 
Sporogenesis, Meiosis & Apomixis 
Pollen-Pistil Interactions 
Gametophyte Interactions and Fertilization 
Endosperm Development 
Regulation of parental genome expression 
Fruit & Seed Development 
For additional details, please visit the conference website. See you all in balmy Tucson in March 2016. 
Organizing Committee 
Plant Reproduction 2016

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