By Dr. Ralf Petzold (auth.), H.-W. Dehne, G. Adam, M. Diekmann, J. Frahm, A. Mauler-Machnik, P. van Halteren (eds.)
The prognosis and identity of plant pathogens presents the root of plant pathology and phytomedicine. the administrative Committee of the ecu origin FOR PLANT PATHOLOGY (EFPP) had no challenge to spot this particular th subject as subject for the 4th Symposium, which used to be held from September eight to the twelfth on the collage of Bonn. It was once prompt to have introductory papers and papers on genuine examine on lately pointed out issues. the advance of analysis and pathogen identity is essential to maintain vegetation fit and to supply a profitable and effective sickness regulate. however an important job of the eu beginning FOR PLANT PATHOLOGY is to enhance the overseas conversation, specifically within the eu hemisphere. one other vital accountability is to supply the touch among all linked societies - of particular value looks the touch to societies and associates from japanese ecu international locations. occasions have replaced and gratefully we're obliged to carry the touch to our colleagues from the east. over the past assembly lets carry this touch to a undeniable quantity and this could be a premise for the long run. th in the course of 1998 the ecu origin FOR PLANT PATHOLOGY will sign up for the 7 overseas Congress of Plant Pathology held at Edinburgh from August 9-14, 1998. th The five Symposium of the ecu starting place FOR PLANT PATHOLOGY can be prepared via our Italian colleagues.
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