Posts by PeterToorop, Author at International Society for Seed Science
The International SPS Conference 2018: Plant Sciences for the Future takes place from 4-6 July in Paris. Online registration to the International SPS Conference 2018 is now open. The SPS Summer School 2018: Plant epigenetics and epigenomics takes place from 8-13 July in Saint-Lambert, France.
Aloha! We are excited to announce the 2018 Hawaiʻi Native Seed Conference and Hawaiʻi Seed Bank Partnership Meeting on May 15-18 2018 at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Information and updates are available here: http://laukahi.org/hnsc2018/ The Hawai‘i Native Seed Conference brings together conservationists, horticulturalists, ... Read more »
The 14th International Symposium of Preharvest Sprouting in Cereals will take place in 2019 in Chengdu, China. Please see the flyer Flyer_20170909 for more details.
Dear Members The next Annual General Meeting (AGM) of our society will be held during the conference in Monterey, USA, on 14th September. An agenda for the meeting is published on the ISSS website behind the members wall. Those in attendance can add further discussion points under “Any Other Business”. For those of you who cannot attend the conference and want other issues discussed please forward these to our secretary to be added to the agenda. ... Read more »
The NASSTEC (The Native Seed Science, Technology and Conservation Initial Training Network) International Conference: ‘Seed quality of native species – ecology, production and policy’ will be held from 25-29 September at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK. Registration is free and closes on 30 July. Submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations by 14 July. For further details please see the NASSTEC conference website. https://nasstec.eu/conference/programme Dr Louise Colville
Dear members, Two posts in the Executive Committee of the ISSS will become vacant at the next AGM in Monterey; those of President-Elect and Secretary. Nominations for these posts are welcome and should be sent to the Secretary at the following email address: email@example.com. Nominations should be received by the Secretary by Sun 30 July 2017. One nomination was received for the post of President-Elect: Julia Buitink. One nomination was received for the post of Secretary: George ... Read more »
ISSS conference Monterey – Registration now open Registration and abstract submission is now open for the ISSS conference in Monterey, 10-14 September: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=20175 Register now! The conference will be limited to 300 people ➢ http://isss2017.ucdavis.edu/registration/ Need to submit your abstract? Visit Abstract Submission page ➢ http://isss2017.ucdavis.edu/abstract-submission/ **In order to be considered for an oral presentation, your abstract must be received by 1 June 2017. Book your hotel early! ➢ Find reservation info at http://isss2017.ucdavis.edu/accommodations/
Seed Biology and Yield of Grain Crops D Egli, Department of Agronomy, University of Kentucky, USA The food supply to an expanding world population is based on grain crops harvested for their seeds. This means that understanding the process of seed growth and its regulation is crucial in our efforts to increase production in order to meet the needs of that population. This book examines the determination of grain crop yield from a unique perspective, by ... Read more »
The special Frontiers Research Topic on Seed dormancy, Germination and Pre-Harvest Sprouting is now open for submissions: http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/5562/seed-dormancy-germination-and-pre-harvest-sprouting Prof. Chengdao Li, Dr Hiro Nonogaki and myself are the Topic Editors. Best regards Jose Barrero
Dear all, After the successful 13th International Symposium on Pre-Harvest Sprouting in Cereals hosted in Perth, Frontiers in Plant Sciences has agreed to publish a special issue with the conference’s papers that will also be open for general researchers on PHS and LMA. The Journal has communicated that will also be glad to be the long-term host for future Symposiums. This journal has an impact factor of 4.495 and will also publish ... Read more »