Bouyoucos Conference on Inositol Phosphates in the Soil–Plant–Animal System

Bouyoucos Conference

Sunday 21st – Wednesday 24th
August 2005
Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

 

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Theme of the Conference

Considerable research effort is being directed towards improving the availability of inositol phosphates in animal feeds, yet the biological, chemical and physical interaction of inositol phosphates in soil remains poorly understood. Given the widespread adoption of dietary modifications in animal production, there is an urgent need to improve our understanding of the behavior and mobility of inositol phosphates in the environment and their biological availability in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. The meeting aims to address this in a multidisciplinary context, and will focus on three key topics:

  1. Analysis of inositol phosphates in environmental samples
  2. Current research on inositol phosphates in animal nutrition
  3. The fate of inositol phosphates in the environment

Rationale & Aims

 

Keynote Speakers

A panel of 15 leading experts on inositol phosphates will present keynote reviews, alongside shorter offered presentations describing current research.

Speaker List

 

Conference Venue

Mt. Reagan

Mt. Reagan, Idaho

The meeting will be held at the Sun Valley Lodge in Sun Valley, central Idaho, USA (http://www.sunvalley.com). This remote town high in the Sawtooth Mountains is a ski resort in winter and a beautiful mountain retreat in the summer. It offers the ideal location for a relaxed yet focused workshop in the spirit of Bouyoucos Conferences.

There are regular flights into Sun Valley regional airport from Salt Lake City, Seattle, Boise, and Los Angeles. For details of how to get to Sun Valley click here:

http://www.sunvalley.com/resort_info/info_location.cfm

 

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