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APS Council Meets to Focus on Key Priorities for 2018
APS Council met November 13–15 to discuss the society's strategic plan and set goals for 2018. Focus areas included APS publication updates, international outreach, and ICPP2018 planning, along with new avenues for membership engagement. Watch for an update in Phytopathology News.
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SCIENCE
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Tian et al. compared strains of Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans recovered from cantaloupe with those recovered from cucumber and concluded that the strains from cantaloupe represent a novel phylotype.
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Tabima et al. report the draft genome sequences of two Phytophthora species, marking the first Resource Announcement published in MPMI. Read about this new type of manuscript.
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In this month's Feature article, Smiley and colleagues provide an in-depth review of cereal cyst nematodes, Heterodera spp., which cause substantial losses in small-grain cereal production throughout the world. Open access.
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View the latest research about postharvest stem-end rot in mangos, the microbial landscape of the grapevine endosphere, the wheat microbiome under various management strategies, and more.
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MEETINGS
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The deadline is quickly approaching for abstract submissions for short talks and posters for ICPP2018. Help shape the program by sharing your critical research on plant health. Submit by Friday, December 8, 2017.
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ENGAGE
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Nominate a colleague or indicate your own interest to serve as vice president or councilor-at-large on APS Council. Nominations are due December 1.
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The Public Policy Board was recently notified that the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Initiative Fellowship program is accepting applications from career professionals interested in biosecurity. Apply by December 22, 2017.
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Renew now to avoid the end-of-year rush, and begin 2018 knowing that your membership benefits won't lapse. Enroll in Auto-Renew to ensure that your membership continues without interruption from year to year.
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RESOURCES
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The 2017 webinars conclude with the December 13 program about tools for successful grant writing. Explore the full line-up of new webinars for 2018, which address STEM, publishing, and GMOs. Register now!
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Learn about abstract submission for ICPP2018; read important information about moving Phytopathology News online; discover the history of the chickpea; read about the experiences of the recent PPB intern and the 2017 APS Foundation experiential awardee; and more!
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This fully open-access webcast discusses strawberry gray mold, including resistance of its causal agent, Botrytis cinerea, to fungicides and management options for the future. View it anytime, 24/7.
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The disease and pest images in this quickly growing collection (nearly 7,000 images) are perfect for presentations, fact sheets, and diagnosis of diseases of bean, tomato, wheat, and more. Subscribe yearly for just $49!
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RECENT JOBS
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Put your positions in front of the top plant pathologists in the world and save up to $50. Post a job the APS Job Center today!
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Did you know you can post your resume for FREE in the APS Job Center? Make yourself stand out in the plant pathology community. Post your resume today.
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