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NEW from The American Phytopathological Society!​​

​FINAL CALL: Submit your Award and Officer Nominations

Nominations for the 2024 APS Council election and the 2024 APS honorary awards will be​ accepted through December 1, 2023.

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Research Ethics Course: Regional to Global Implications

Online Wednesdays, Jan. 17 - Apr. 24, 2024

Discover your own ethical sense in science ​and model and advocate for high ethical standards in your work. Don't miss this interactive, discussion-based course with expert instructors Mark Gleason and Leonor Leandro of Iowa State University. 

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Next webinar: December 6

APS webinars provide short learning opportunities from leaders in our profession. Topics cover a variety of issues involving plant pathology topics, research methodologies, career growth, and more. Live and on-demand webinars are free for APS members and only $49 for nonmembers. Register ​for our upcoming webinar, "​​​​Using RCA for detecting and studying diseases: examples for plant DNA viruses​," on December 6 at 12:00 noon Central Time. ​

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MPMI Virtual Seminar

​Join Colleagues Worldwide in Exploring the Potential Functions of a Nonspecific Lipid Transfer Protein in Infection and Nodulation​

​On December 5, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. CT, Hasna Boubakri will present research showing that the nonspecific lipid transfer protein (nsLTP) AgLTP24 impacts Frankia alni ACN14a nitrogen fixation and growth, suggesting that AgLTP24 could be a part of the defense system that is maintained all along the symbiosis. Free to attend!

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