Phytogen Blog

ASPS publishes a society newsletter, Phytogen, in order to reach our own members plus general readers with an interest in developments in Australian plant science. Phytogen is thus a vehicle for communicating new ideas, recent professional experiences, and forthcoming events. Routine items include: invitations to submit applications for Society awards that identify outstanding researchers, nominations for election of Corresponding members overseas, nominations for RN Robertson and JG Wood lectures, advance notice of plant science meetings and of course, reminders to renew subscriptions! Phytogen is published in electronic format as a blog, and is also summarised 2-3 times per year in a PDF and email newsletter format.  For content submissions contact Editor; Dr Georgia Koerber georgia.koerber@adelaide.edu.au or Co-Editor; Dr Chris Cazzonelli c.cazzonelli@uws.edu.au

Count down to 60 years of the ASPS – Plants in Action

View this Phytogen blog on the ASPS website here. Count down to 60 years of ASPS – Plants in Action Update on Plants in Action From Chapter 11: On left, genetically modified tomato with longer shelf life than the normal on right. Rana Munns Plants in Action continues to attract reader
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS – Why we need more women

Australian Society of Plant Scientists at 60. Why we need more women. John R Evans I have been fortunate in my career to have wonderful female colleagues and I spent a productive post doctoral fellowship in Jan Anderson’s lab at CSIRO Plant Industry in Canberra. Over the years Jan tol
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS – Plants in Action

Count down to 60 years of ASPS Update on Plants in Action Rana Munns Plants in Action continues to attract readers and teachers as an on-line resource. Originally published in 1999 (Editors Brian Atwell, Paul Kriedemann and Colin Turnbull) it was re-published in 2008 as a free on-line
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS – reflections

You can access the Phytogen blog here. Some reflections on the Australian Society of Plant Scientists (nee Physiologists) to mark the 60th anniversary. John R Evans   I am probably in a unique position from which to write this as I was born in the year that the society was founde
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS

Count down to 60 years of ASPS We are in the process of writing a history of the Society planned for publication in 2019. This blog is a taste of the Society’s beginnings, but we are aware of gaps in our narrative.  Should anyone have other relevant information that you would be willi
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS – Growing up within ASPS

Some reflections on the Australian Society of Plant Scientists (nee Physiologists) to mark the 60th anniversary. John R Evans   I am probably in a unique position from which to write this as I was born in the year that the society was founded and my father was one of those at the
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS – Rewarding excellence

Count down to 60 years of ASPS We are in the process of writing a history of the Society planned for publication in 2019. This blog is a taste of the Society’s beginnings, but we are aware of gaps in our narrative.  Should anyone have other relevant information that you would be willi
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Countdown to 60 years of ASPS – Thoughts from some of our leaders.

Countdown to 60 years of ASPS – Thoughts from some of our leaders 19 August 2018 ASPS 60 Professor Sergey Shabala had his first exposure to the Australian plant science community nearly 23 years ago, while attending Combio in Sydney in 1995. Being raised under strict academic rules in
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Count down to 60 years of ASPS

ASPS 60 Count down to 60 years of ASPS Dear ASPS members, With about 6 weeks until ComBio 2018, make sure you check the website for a new post to Phytogen each Monday. This beginning post has been emailed to start you off and can be viewed at the ASPS website (https://www.asps.org.au/
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