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Site colloque : 8th International Legume Root Diseases workshop

ILRD8

May 26-27, 2020 Rennes, France

You can submit an abstract for the workshop on this page

First, create an account at the bottom of this page then you will have a link to submit your abstract.

During the submission process, Click "Accept" to enable cookies.

Oral presentations

We invite submission of abstracts for contributed oral presentations

All selected abstracts will be grouped together into thematic sessions. Please look at the session list, and choose the one that best fits your work.

Poster

We invite submission of abstracts for poster as well.

All selected abstracts will be grouped together into thematic sessions. Please look at the session list, and choose the one that best fits your work.

Guidelines for the preparation of abstracts

All abstracts must be in English. Describe your research results clearly and concisely, avoiding jargon. Please do not use abbreviations.

Authors:
  • Authors' first and last names, initials for middle names (e.g. Fernand J. Smith). 
  • Author names separated by commas.
Title:
  • should be entered in sentence-style capitalization
  • 200 characters max (including space)
 Abstract:
  • The abstract must be in lower case letters.
  • Abstracts should not exceed 2000 characters (including space).
  • Abstracts should be as informative as possible and should use the following structured format (please include these elements, but do not formally state them):

- Background and aims
- Methods
- Results

  • Figures or tables are not allowed.
Keywords:
  • Must be separated by commas.
  • 200 characters max (including space)
 References:
  • 5 references max
  • Include first author followed by et al., year of publication, journal abbreviation, volume and pages. References with 2 authors use “and” separating the authors.

Submission of abstracts until Saturday 11 April 2020