Congress - Kyoto, Japan
The XV International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions is recognized as the most important international meeting for plant-microbe interactions to discuss research and network with colleagues from around the world. This meeting is the global venue for presenting and discussing new research and developments in molecular plant-microbe interactions.
The organizing committee asked co-chairs of each concurrent session to select 4 oral presentations from the abstracts submitted to each session. For “Recognition and signaling” and “Symbiosis” sessions, because they have two sessions, we asked 4 co-chairs to consult each other to select oral presentations. The entire program including oral presentations in the concurrent sessions will be available on the website in July.
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July 29 - August 2, 2012
Kyoto International Conference Center
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