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Abstract Submission



Abstract must be submitted at User's control panel on the right top corner of event's website, for either posters or talks. Abstracts will be reviewed by one specialist from the committee and published in a special issue of Rodriguésia Journal from Rio de Janeiro Botanic Garden (ISBN 0370-6583) after the event.

Abstract submission deadline is 08 July 2018. We won’t postpone such date.

Abstracts must be written in English, and have a title, author(s), up to 200 words of text, and up to 5 key words organized in alphabetical order. If needed, a simple sentence acknowledging de funding agencies can be inserted in the end of the abstract, within the 200 words limit.

Each registration gives the right for one abstract as first author for a poster presentation. A second or third abstract with first authorship may be accepted only for an oral presentation or symposium talk. All symposia or colloquia talks must have an abstract.

There is no limit to the number of abstracts on which one may be co-author. Similarly, only one poster may be presented by any one person, with no limit to the number of co-authored posters.

Pay attention when selecting the type of abstract that is being submitted selecting the categories: 1) poster 2) talk (either for a symposium or a colloquium).

The posters shall be affixed and shall not exceed a printed area 1 m long x 1 meter wide.



Accepted Sections

Authors should select one of the main sections described below when submitting.

1) Systematics, evolution, biogeography
2) Morphology, development and cellular biology
3) Physiology and biochemistry
4) Ecology and conservation
5) Genetics, genomics and bioinformatics
6) Economic botany, plant breeding and agriculture
7) Monocots in society and tools to spread knowledge about monocots

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