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Arabidopsis thaliana Arabidopsis thaliana
Brachypodium Brachypodium distachyon
populus Populus nigra
oryza Oryza sativa
lotus Lotus japonicus
lycopersicom Lycopersicon esculentum Mill
striga Striga hermonthica
nicotiana Nicotiana tabacum
(BY-2 cell)
brassica Brassica rapa
thellungiella Thellungiella halophila
physcomitrella Physcomitrella patens
manihot Manihot esculenta Crantz

ICAR 2020-Seattle: Conference registration open. Now accepting abstracts for short talks (deadline: March 31) and travel award applications (deadline: February 29)

1. MARCH 31 is the deadline to have your abstract considered for a talk.
2. The 28 sessions accepting about 60 total abstracts are described at this URL and listed below.
3. Review the list of sessions choosing abstracts and read session descriptions to determine where your research and practice fits within the program.

    1. Then click “Submit Your Abstract” from the conference web page.
    2. Or access the submission database at:

4. Note that all submitted abstracts will be accepted for a poster presentation if not selected for a talk. However, all presenting authors must be registered and paid in full by May 4 (for speakers) or by May 18 (posters only) or your abstract will be withdrawn. Speakers may also present their work in a poster in addition to their talk.

    1. Each poster will be assigned to be presented in one of two official poster session (either Tuesday or Wednesday evening).
    2. On Thursday we are holding our FIRST STUDENT POSTER SPOTLIGHT where we invite all students (undergraduate through graduate level) to bring their poster back for a a repeat performance. This allows students to gain additional experience discussing their work and also have the opportunity to engage with colleagues that may have input, insights, feedback, etc., and may also be open to collaborations! Spread the word about this wonderful student opportunity!

6. Important ICAR deadlines

28 Platform Sessions at ICAR 2020 that will select 1+ Abstracts
1. Active Learning and CUREs in Undergraduate Plant Science Education
2. Arabidopsis Informatics
3. Arabidopsis Transposable Element Biology
4. Encoding Calcium Spikes, Waves, and Oscillations in Arabidopsis
5. Exploring Brassicaceae Diversity
6. Exploring the Single-cell Landscape of Arabidopsis
7. Feeling Stressed? Environmental Adaptation in Extremophyte Relatives of Arabidopsis
8. From Molecules to Organs: Quantitative Imaging in Plant Biology
9. Getting More Power From Your Flower: Multi-functional Flowers Improve Plant Fitness
10. How Do Plants Sense and Respond to Elevated Carbon Dioxide, Ozone and Drought?
11. How Do Plants Sense and Respond to Elevated Carbon Dioxide, Ozone and Drought?
12. Leveraging Natural Variation to Understand Immune Functions
13. Metabolite-mediated Regulation of Plant Growth and Development
14. Molecules on the Move (MOM): Plant-microorganism Communication
15. Plant Hormones
16. Plant Memory: Environmental Information Integration Within and Across Generations
17. RNA Modifications-mechanism and Biology
18. Sensing the Cell Wall: Mechanical Signals and Downstream Responses
19. Social Media and Science Communication
20. Stochasticity and Robustness in Plant Development
21. Stress Granules in Plants as Novel Mechanism in Stress Signaling
22. Technological Innovations to Jumpstart Biological Discovery
23. The Arabidopsis Algorithm: Mathematical Modeling in Plant Biology
24. The Role of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Plant Biology
25. Translational Regulation of Gene Expression
26. Using Evolutionary Novelty to Understand General Principles of Plant Biology
27. Utilizing Arabidopsis in the Classroom: Empowering Students and Your Research Program
28. When Development Meets Stress- Integration of Plant Growth and Defense

Joanna Friesner, PhD
Executive Director
North American Arabidopsis Steering Committee