Boron satellite meeting 19th August 2017
Following the very successful boron satellite meetings in 1997, 2001, 2005 and 2013 we will organize Boron2017 as a satellite meeting of IPNC2017 in Copenhagen. Boron deficiency and toxicity remain major agricultural problems. IPNC2017 in Copenhagen will bring together scientists from around the world to discuss recent developments in boron biology and boron in agriculture. We warmly welcome all you who work on boron or have interests in boron to attend and present your research.
Please note that the satellite meetings on boron and manganese will be held in Copenhagen 19-20 August 2017, at the Copenhagen Plant Science Center (www.cpsc.ku.dk), University of Copenhagen.
Shuttle busses from Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center to Copenhagen Plant Science Center will depart 7:45 Saturday morning, and return again 20.00 in the evening.
Download the full programME for the boron satellite meeting 2017 HERE.
Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
Identifications of mechanisms contributing to boron efficiency in Brassica napus and Arabidopsis
Department of Plant Sciences
University of California, Davis
Boron in plant biology: A review
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Sabanci University, Istanbul
Critical roles of boron in root growth and uptake of nutrients
Department of Applied Biological Chemistry
The University of Tokyo
Recent advances in boron transport and functionality
School of Forest Sciences
University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu
Boron in boreal forest trees and forestry
School of Agriculture Food and Wine
University of Adelaide
Developing more effective boron fertilizers
Bond Life Sciences Center
University of Missouri, Columbia
Beyond the wall: Boron, hormones and meristems in maize
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Edinburgh
Boron bridging of pectic polysaccharides - The elusive biological catalyst
National Key Laboratory of Crop Genetic Improvement
Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan
Genotype differences from phenotypic to molecular levels in Brassica napus in response to boron deficiency