Meeting Organizer Toolkit
Good news, you received the positive decision on your application for a Meeting Organizer Grant. Now what to do next? Here are some documents and requirements as well as some tips to get the most out of your Grant.
Advertising your grant
- upload this form to your meeting website: Early Career Scientist Application Form
- use this text on your website to promote the opportunity of this grant: Receiving a FEMS Grant
Claiming your grant
Before the meeting:
After the meeting:
- please send the Meeting Organizer Grant Report Form and Meeting-Organizer-Grant ECS-List including signatures to firstname.lastname@example.org
- please complete the Claim form and send it to email@example.com to claim your grant
- please add our logo to your digital event communications such as your event website and link it to our website
- please add our high resolution logo if you have a printed programme
- if you have advertising space available: please request an advertisement via email
- please show our powerpoint presentation on screen during the event
Land plants directly contact soil through their roots. An enormous diversity of microbes dwelling in root-associated zones, including endosphere (inside root), rhizoplane (root surface) and rhizosphere (soil surrounding the root surface), play essential roles in ecosystem functioning and plant health. Rice is a staple food that feeds over 50% of the global population. This mini-review summarizes the current understanding of microbial diversity of rice root-associated compartments to some extent, especially the rhizosphere, and makes a comparison of rhizosphere microbial community structures between rice and other crops/plants. Moreover, this paper describes the interactions between root-related microbiomes and rice plants, and further discusses the key factors shaping the rice root-related microbiomes.