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Submit abstracts for ICPP2018!
Friday, December 8, is the deadline for abstract submissions for short talks and posters for ICPP2018. Help shape the program by sharing your critical research on plant health and meet and collaborate with congress attendees. Please note that after the December 8 deadline, no other submission options will be available.
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SCIENCE
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A survey of postharvest storage diseases of mandarin citrus was conducted in California. While Alternaria spp. and Penicillium digitatum were most prevalent, two fungal diseases were identified as emerging.
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Gdanetz and Trail conducted a novel study on microbes of wheat leaves, stems, and roots under four management strategies to identify microbial communities and isolate pathogen-resistant fungi. Read more!
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ENGAGE
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How about fast, high-quality reviews, broad intended readership, open accessibility, and discounted page charges? Learn more about this groundbreaking, transdisciplinary new journal.
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The 2017 DeBary Children’s Science Book Award winners have been announced. Book submissions range from botany to anatomy to astronomy. Read the books’ descriptions and the committee’s thoughts here.
Art in Phytopathology
Because the International Congress of Plant Pathology (ICPP) will occur in 2018, the annual Art in Phytopathology contest has been postponed. Submissions and donations for the 2019 contest are open, giving artists extra time to create exceptional work!
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Renew your APS membership early and relax knowing your member benefits will follow you into the new year. Enroll in auto-renew so your membership continues uninterrupted from year to year.
The winner had the strongest member participation for the second year in a row. The APS Councilors-at-Large thank all of the committees for their involvement to help send early-career scientists in developing countries to ICPP2018.
The Public Policy Board encourages APS members to contact their member of Congress and Senators to share their opinions about the House's tax bill. The Public Policy Board opposes the tax bill’s proposal to repeal the nontaxable tuition waivers for graduate students, which could impose significant tax increases on students. The Senate is currently considering a bill without this provision.
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RESOURCES
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APS offers a dynamic lineup of new webinars for 2018. Experts in the field will address such issues as STEM outreach, how to successfully publish in APS journals, and approachable scientific communication about GMOs. Register today!
December 2017 Phytopathology News
Find out how to register for the 2018 APS webinars, read about America's first mycologist, learn about the travels and work of 2017 APS OIP Global Experience Awardees, and more!
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Tomorrow is your last chance to take advantage of the "Buy One, Gift One" (BOGO) Sale! Buy any in-stock compendium and get an extra copy to gift. Offer ends tomorrow at midnight.
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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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