Welcome to the
Environmental and Ecological Plant Physiology
Section of ASPB!
We are establishing a new section of ASPB that is organized around a shared interest, research in Environmental and Ecological Plant Physiology, rather than geography. This is an increasing important sub-discipline of plant biology that presently is not well organized or visible within ASPB or other professional societies. Developing this sub-discipline within ASPB will foster the science as well as strengthen and build membership of the Society.
At the Executive Committee meeting at Plant Biology 2013, the section was granted probationary status, so soon you will be able to become an official member of the section, either when you renew or join ro thru the ASPB online store. Until then, please join our group to stay connected to the progress we are making in becoming the first official non-geographic ASPB section.
Join the Environmental and Ecological Plant Physiology Section Now!
Carl Bernacchi, email@example.com
Elizabeth Ainsworth, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawren Sack, email@example.com
David Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Samantha Stutz, email@example.com
Outreach Officer (Elected Position):
Frank Dohlman, firstname.lastname@example.org
12/8/2014Plants are fascinating! On May 18, 2015 we will show the world why.
12/1/2014Submit scholarly teaching to new CourseSource journal
11/25/2014Plant Biology 2015 Travel Grant and Women's Young Investigator Travel Award Applications are Open
1/4/2015DEST Modern Taxonomy & Expert-in-Training 2014-15
1/18/2015 » 1/23/2015Chloroplast Biotechnology - Gordon Research Conference
1/26/2015 » 1/30/2015Botanical Nomenclature Training Course
2/1/2015 » 2/6/20152015 Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Plant Lipids: Structure, Metabolism, and Function
2/2/2015 » 2/5/2015ISF-BIDR Workshop on “Surviving the Extremes: Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Extremophile Plants
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