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Plant Sulfur Network ©2019 (email@example.com)
The aim the Plant Sulfur Network is to broaden, to integrate and to strengthening research on 'Managing Sulfur Metabolism in Plants', 'Sustainable Development', 'Global Change and Ecosystems' and 'Food Quality and Safety'. This is be implemented by regular scientific meetings covering different the actual relevant topics of plant sulfur research including workshops focused on post genomic technologies and plant sulfur nutrition, engineering quality, cross-talk of metabolic pathways interacting with sulfur, managing sulfur nutrition, diagnosing sulfur deficiency, sulfur in plants and stress responses, push-pull regulation of sulfur assimilation pathways, (global) regulators of sulfur metabolism, interaction between sulfur and nitrogen metabolism.
Meetings in 2019:
26th International Symposium of the Scientific Centre for Fertilizers (CIEC): "Impact of Anticipating Research in the Past on Research in the Future", September 4-8, 2019, Braunschweig, Germany - 1st Announcement 26th CIEC Symposium 2019.pdf.
Books: Open access volumes (©LJDeKok2015/2019)
Rennenberg H., Brunold C., De Kok L.J. and Stulen I. (1990) Sulfur Nutrition and Sulfur Assimilation in Higher Plants: Fundamental Environmental and Agricultural Aspects. The Hague: SPB Academic Publishing.
De Kok L.J., Stulen I., Rennenberg H., Brunold C. and Rauser W.E. (1993) Sulfur Nutrition and Assimilation in Higher Plants: Regulatory, Agricultural and Environmental Aspects. The Hague: SPB Academic Publishing.
More recent books: (Click on picture! See also Publications)