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Symposium: Plant Reproduction Down Under
Feb 3, 9:00 am - Feb 4, 5:00 pmFree
Check out the latest updates in the field of plant reproduction! This meeting is a result of a world-wide collaboration organized to uncover the molecular networks controlling plant reproduction, from ovule formation to seed development. At this symposium, recent advances in ovule development, germline determination, asexual reproduction, fertilization, sex determination, hormone signalling and epigenetic control during seed development will be shared.
* Tetsuya Higashiyama, ITbM /Nagoya University
* Lucia Colombo, University of Milan
* Anna Koltunow, University of Queensland
* Silvia Coimbra, University of Porto
* Dabing Zhang, University of Adelaide/SJTU
* David Smyth, Monash University
* Scott Boden, University of Adelaide/John Innes Centre
* Emidio Albertini, University of Perugia
When: 3rd and 4th February, 2020
Where: Plant Research Centre, Waite Campus
Cost: Free registration, catering provided
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Held at the Waite Campus precinct, we are in the perfect environment to transfer fundamental research to agriculture and industry. In the Waite Campus 15 organisations associated with plant development, agriculture, food industry, wine and natural resources science compose a hub for the improvement of food security in a world where fighting climate change effects is more imperative than ever.
The organisers of this event are members of the European project SexSeed. A/Prof Matthew Tucker and PhD student Dayton Bird from the University of Adelaide, Dr Sílvia Coimbra and PhD student Sara Pinto from the University of Porto, Dr Lucia Colombo and PhD Rosanna Petrella from the University of Milan.