January 20-23, 2019
The XIV International Colloquium on Plant Ecophysiology will take place on January20-23 2019. This traditional event Will consist of full lectures, mini-lectures and short communications. Among the invited lecturers are Eduardo Blumwald (U. California-Davis), Hans Lambers (U. Western Australia), Bruce Osborne (U. College Dublin), Alex Valentine (U. Stellenboch), Teodoro Coba de la Peña (CEAZA), Enrique Ostria (CEAZA), Marcia González (USACH), Alejandra Zúñiga (UACh), Alejandro del Pozo (U. Talca), Jorge Pérez Quezada (U. Chile), Pablo Cornejo (UFRO), Rafael Coopman (UACh), Néstor Fernandez (UdeC).
The Colloquium will begin at 19 h on January 20, with a full lecture of Dr Eduardo Blumwald. Right after the lecture there will be a mixer during the traditional “Cata en Kata”, in which all participants must bring their favorite wine to share. On the following days, there will be an intense program of full lectures, mini-lectures and short communication. Those that wish to present mini lectures (20 min+10 for discussion) and/or short communications (10 min+ 5 for discussion) must send the title of the presentation before December 15 to Luisa Bascuñán (firstname.lastname@example.org ). For more information visit www.parquekatalapi.cl or write to email@example.com
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October 4-6, 2018
October 11-13, 2018
October 14-20, 2018
October 26-28, 2018
November 22-24, 2018
November 16-18, 2018
Applications received until October 30, 2018
The traditional International Course on Plant Ecophysiology that is offered every Summer at Katalapi Park, Chile, will be centered on Ecophysiology of the Rhizosphere. From January 14-20-2019, the course will consist of presentations and discussions on nutrition, nitrogen fixation, salt tolerance, cluster roots functioning, rhizodeposition, organic matter and soil microorganism, plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), endophytes, phytoremediation, molecular plant microbe interactions.
The course is organized by Professors Alejandra Zúñiga (Universidad Austral de Chile), Alex Valentine ( Stellenboch University), and Luisa Bascuñán (Universidad de Concepción). The invited lecturers are Ricardo Aroca (CSIC), Eduardo Blumwald (U. California-Davis), Hans Lambers (U. Western Australia), Bruce Osborn (U. College Dublin), Alex Valentine (U. Stellenboch). Pablo Cornejo, Francisco Matus (UFRO), Teodoro de la Coba (CEAZA), Bernardo González (UAI), Marcia González (USACH), Julieta Orlando (U. Chile), and Dante Pinochet (UACh).
This is an official 5 credits course of the Universidad de Concepcion Graduate School. Those students that approve the course may receive and official certificate from the university. It includes lectures and field activities, seminars, and the preparation of a research project. The official language of the course is English. The course registration fee is US$340 for students and US$530 for professionals.
Those interested in participating in the course must fill the application form and send it with the curriculum vitae before October 30, 2018 to Dr. Luis Corcuera ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
November 16-18, 2018. Open for registrations
The course of “Natural Dyes, exploring the colors of the Native Forest” will be held for the first time in Katalapi. It is a practical theoretical course where you will learn about native plants and how to dye using them. In this course you will learn about the history of natural dyes, the natural fibers used for dyeing, the implements you need to dye and the dyeing methodology in a theoretical and practical way. You will also learn about the plants used for dyeing in a tour of the forest (see program). In this course you will make a sample of the colors extracted from different plants and a herbarium of dyeing plants. This course will be given by Marianne Meier, Tintorera and Verónica Briceño, plant ecologist. The course lasts 3 days, from November 16-18, 2018. The value of the course is $ 135,000 (Chilean pesos; about US$220) and includes accommodation, meals, and materials. Registration is now open. To register you must download the registration form and send it to Verónica Briceño (email@example.com). The course is in Spanish.
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September 7-9, 2018. Open for registrations
The course of propagation of native plants will be held for the first time in Katalapi. It is a course that combines theory, dynamic sessions, and practices where you will learn to propagate our native flora. In this course you will learn what is the propagation of plants, how to propagate through seeds, how to choose seed trees, and learn the different types of vegetative propagation. You will also learn nursery and plant care techniques (see program). This course will be given by Daniel Harris-Pascal, consultant and designer of edible forests (Seed Head Design and Australian National University) and Bernardo Escobar propagator of native plants and in charge of nurseries (Universidad Austral de Chile). The course lasts 3 days from September 7 to 9, 2018. The value of the course is $ 135,000 (Chilean pesos or about US$210) and includes accommodation, meals, and materials. Registration is now open. To register you must download the registration form and send it to Daniel Harris Pascal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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