The International Conference in Legume Genetics and genomics (ICLGG) biennial meetings were launched in 2002 in St. Paul, Minnesota at the initiative of prominent scientists and professionals in the field. The aim of this conference is to promote the international dissemination and discussion of the most recent research results and achievements of the legume sciences, to support the scientific community and help the breeders and stakeholders with applications and partnership.
ICLGG International Advisory Board
Noel Ellis, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kirstin Bett, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Judith Burstin, INRA/Agroecology, France
Michael Udvardi, Noble Foundation, USA
Péter Kaló, Agricultural Biotechnology Institute, Hungary
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