MJ -2-0 - Major Symposium II: CSPB President's Symposium, Integrating Signals in Plant Cell Biology and Development, Overview by Organizer Geoffrey Wasteneys, CSPB President

Sunday, July 15
8:30 AM - 8:35 AM

Plants have evolved complex cellular mechanisms that optimize their development and enable them to perceive and respond effectively to both endogenous and environmental cues. This symposium will highlight the latest discoveries on sensory, transcriptional and physiological responses in plants. The topics encompass mechanical sensing, pollen selection and rejection, transcriptional networks under the control of auxin, and the endomembrane-mediated processes that drive cellular expansion.

Geoffrey O. Wasteneys, PhD

Professor
University of British Columbia, Department of Botany

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