IRTG 2172: PRoTECT: Plant Responses To Eliminate Critical Threats
The International Research Training Group 2172 funded by the DFG is a collaborative program between research groups of the Georg-August-University Goettingen (UGOE) and research groups of the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver.
The IRTG is managed by 8 research groups of the Georg August University Goettingen in close cooperation with 7 research groups of the Department of Botany and the Michael-Smith Laboratories of the UBC in Vancouver. A joint PhD training program and close cooperation within the projects provide international experience and an international network to the doctoral researchers who also spend part of their PhD thesis in Canada.
June 14th/15th the IRTG will hold it's first international symposium in Göttingen with several renowned scientists from all over the world. We invite all interested researchers and especially young scholars to participate. It will even be possible to present a poster during two extensive poster sessions. The admission is free! Follow the link to the event's site where you can register.
Ding, P., D. Rekhter, Y. Ding, K. Feussner, L. Busta, S. Haroth, S. Xu, X. Li, R. Jetter, I. Feussner*, and Y. Zhang*: Characterization of a pipecolic acid biosynthesis pathway required for systemic acquired resistance.*shared correspondence, Plant Cell, online available.