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7th EPSO Conference

01 Sep 2013 - 04 Sep 2013 - Porto Heli, Greece

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The interesting and thought provoking programme will bring together researchers from all areas of plant science. Online registration is now open.

Conference themes:
• Regulatory networks in plants
• Plant response and adaptation to biotic stresses
• Plant response and adaptation to abiotic stress
• Plant response and adaptation to low resource availability
• Climate change – the mitigating role of plants
• Global food security – sufficiency and affordability
• Global food security – nutritional quality and safety
• Plant breeding and sustainability
• Plant driven bioeconomy – bioenergy, biofuels, molecular farming, biomaterials
• Plant evolution – biodiversity and ecosystems
• Science policy – plant science and environment
• Two dedicated poster sessions

Further information
Scientific News
Integrated Omics Analysis
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New Mechanism of Plant RNA Degradation Identified
Researchers have identified a novel mechanism by which RNA is degraded.
Enlisting Insects to Protect Agriculture
New program aims for insect delivery of protective genes to modify mature plants within a single growing season.
New Model for Understanding Human Myeloma
Researchers develop mouse model where mice carry six human genes involved in human tumour growth.
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Genetically Engineered Crops Are Safe
Study finds genetically engineered crop's risk to human health and the environment are no different than conventional crops.
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Modified Yeast Shows Plant Response to Key Hormone
Researchers have developed a toolkit based on modified yeast to determine plant responses to auxin.
New Discovery May Benefit Farmers Worldwide
Scientists have shown how a crop-microbe 'team' protect against fungal infection.
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