abstract submission


Abstract information

Abstracts can be submitted for a talk or poster in the following sessions:

Breeding for Human Nutrition
Reproductive and Seed Biology
Plant Nutrition
Genome Regulation: tissues and cells
Phenotyping Technologies
Medicinal Agriculture
Plant development
Communication and Education
Abiotic Stress
Biotic Interactions
Student session

Grains satellite meeting (poster only)

Any abstracts submitted after 31 July 2019 will not be considered for a talk. Abstracts not selected for talks will be automatically selected for a poster unless authors opt out via email to k.johnson@latrobe.edu.au.  Please use the same contact name for registration and abstract submission.

 

Abstract guidelines

A template can be downloaded here and should adhere to the following guidelines:

  • The abstract word limit is max. 300 words.
  • Include a brief title that clearly indicates the nature of the study.
  • Affiliations should be numbered and include the University/Institute, city and country only (for example, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia)
  • All abbreviations must be defined in first use.
  • Include references if applicable after the abstract text.

 

If you are having trouble submitting your abstract try an alternate browser or using just the last six numbers of your registration receipt. Still finding it tricky, then send us an e-mail k.johnson@latrobe.edu.au

Abstract submission

  • first and last name of the presenting author. This name will be in BOLD in the author list for this abstract.
  • receipt number of presenting author
  • only POSTER abstracts still being are accepted for the meeting.
  • A brief title that clearly indicates the nature of the study. Max 25 words.
  • Authors will appear in abstract as listed, first will be listed first, etc. The presenting author (as listed at the start of the abstract submission form) will be in BOLD.
    First nameLast nameaffiliation number(s) 
    Add a new row
  • Affiliations should be numbered and include the University/Institute, city and country only (for example, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia)
    numberaffiliation 
    Add a new row
  • The abstract word limit is max. 300 words. All abbreviations must be defined in first use. Include references if applicable.

Thank you

We look forward to welcoming you in Melbourne!