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IPVE 2016

Scientific information

13th International Plant Virus Epidemiology Symposium

“Building bridges between disciplines for sustainable management of plant virus diseases”

Held under the auspices of the International Committee for Plant Virus Epidemiology (ICPVE) of the International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP), the IPVE symposium has been a forum to discuss the latest advances in all areas of plant virus epidemiology since 1981. Every three years, it brings together 150 to 200 international experts from different fields.

Plant virus diseases still constitute a strong constraint for both yield and quality of crops worldwide. New viruses emerge regularly, thus constantly challenging research and development. Renewed knowledge concerning etiology and diagnosis, virus diversity and evolution, host-virus-vector-environment interactions is therefore needed to define the best possible management strategies. A multidisciplinary approach combining skills (virology, plant genetics, plant physiology, agronomy, entomology, ecology, modelling, etc..) is the key of the success.

Previous IPVE meetings

12. Arusha, Tanzania, 28-31 January 2013

11. Ithaca, USA, 20-24 June 2010

10. Hyderabad, India, 15-19 October 2007

9. Lima, Peru, 4-7 April 2005

8. Ascherleben, Germany, 12-17 May 2002

7. Almeria, Spain, 11-16 April 1999

6. Jerusalem, Israel, 23-28 April 1995

5. Bari, Italy, 27-31 July 1992

4. Montpellier, France, 1-5 September 1989

3. Orlando, USA, 6-8 August 1986

2. Corowa, Australia, 25-27 August 1983

1. Oxford, UK, 28-31 July 1981

See this link to download abstract books of previous meetings