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SCIENCE
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Dubrow and colleagues delineate roles in immunity for tomato 14-3-3 proteins and profile their interaction with X. euvesicatoria type III effectors. Open access for a limited time.
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Abstracts of presentations at the 2018 meetings of the Southern, Potomac, North Central, and Pacific Divisions are now online. See the supplements to the December issue of Phytopathology.
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MEETING
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An incredible program is coming together for 2019! Check out these highlights featuring sixteen special sessions, nine workshops, and four field trips.
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ENGAGE
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Kick off the new year with Phytopathology News! Read APS Internal Communications Officer Jim Bradeen's year-in-review article, a member spotlight, tips for writing abstracts for scientific meetings, and more in the latest issue.
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Check out this new series to learn what extension folks do and what focus areas extension careers can involve. Also watch APS social media to get engaged in this topic.
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Applications for the I. E. Melhus Graduate Student Symposium and the Schroth Faces of the Future Symposium awards are due January 31, 2019. Apply now for these great opportunities!
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APS Internal Communications Officer Jim Bradeen recounts APS activities and achievements in 2018 and looks ahead to 2019. He covers outreach efforts, promoting a diverse and inclusive APS, updates on division and office activities, and more in the latest issue of Phytopathology News.
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RESOURCES
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The Natural History Book Service (NHBS) has described the new edition of Detection of Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria in Seed and Other Planting Material (Fatmi, Walcott, and Schaad, eds.) as "a vital resource for seed companies, quarantine operations, and diagnostic labs" and "an excellent laboratory guide for classroom instruction." Get your copy now!
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