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MYCORRHIZA COURSE AT YORK AGAIN

James Merryweather jwm5 at york.ac.uk
Thu May 15 04:01:13 EST 1997


YORK MYCORRHIZA RESEARCH TEAM
led by Professors Alastair Fitter and Peter Young
present:
TECHNIQUES IN ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZA RESEARCH
9-11th September, 1997
Plus a one day course:
MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO AM RESEARCH
12th September
This highly successful course is being run for the fourth year in succession. It is designed for researchers who 
are aware of the need to include this ubiquitous symbiosis in their programmes, but who need to familiarise 
themselves with the fundamental techniques involved. Typical fields of interest will include plant population 
and community ecology, soil-plant relations in agriculture and horticulture, ecosystem carbon flux studies and 
symbiosis research. Many research team leaders have found that this the ideal course for new graduates 
requiring a sound introduction to AM.
Most activity will take place in the laboratory where participants will perform the experimental procedures 
demonstrated by members of the Biology Department's Mycorrhiza Research Team. Practical sessions are 
supported by lectures, seminars and discussion. Technical manuals, containing all of the experimental 
protocols, will be used throughout the course, and kept by the participants.

Course fee Full: #350 (molecular methods #100) Student: #225 (molec. #75)
includes technical manuals, dinners, the course dinner, lunches, coffees & teas
Accommodation (bed & breakfast) #25 per night
Application forms are available from
IFAB Communications,
University of York,
York YO1 5YW   U.K.
Tel. 44 (0)1904 432940
Fax: 44 (0)1904 433029
or send E-mail enquiries to James Merryweather JMW5 at YORK.AC.UK
(closing date for applications 30th June)
WEBSITE: http://www.york.ac.uk/depts/biol/web/conf/arbusc.htm




James Merryweather,
Department of Biology,
PO Box 373,
University of York,
York YO1 5YW
Tel. 		01904 432878
Home (+machine) 01904 431328
Fax 		01904 431328
E-mail		jwm5 at york.ac.uk





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