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The Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter has been published annually since 1929, and became fully electronic with volume 89, 2015. It is a compendium of notes and information on working research intended to be shared throughout the maize research community; articles submitted to the newsletter may not be used as references without the consent of the author. Here, you can learn how to submit an article to the next newsletter, and read the newsletter archives.


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Send your notes for the Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter now. Your MNL Notes will go on the Web verbatim. Each annual issue will begin with notes submitted Jan 1 for year, and close Dec 31 of that year. Be concise, not formal, but include specific data, tables, observations and methods. Submit your notes here (we will acknowledge receipt, and will contact you further if necessary). If you have issues with the form, please email your note with any necessary attachments to portwood@iastate.edu.


Please follow the simple style used in the current issue (city /institution title /--authors; tab paragraphs; give citations with authors' initials --e.g., Maizer, BA et al., J Hered 35:35, 1995, or supply a bibliography). Mailing address:


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Contributions of interesting findings, technical tips, new mutations,mapping information et cetera that would benefit fellow maize workers are welcome. We reiterate that notes in the newsletter do not constitute formal publications and should be cited as personal communications with permission of the author. The purpose of the newsletter is to foster communication and cooperation among maize workers. It is this cooperation that has helped maintain maize as a model system of scientific investigation. It is therefore assumed that any materials described in newsletter notes will be made freely available, with minimal restrictions, to other cooperators.


History of the Maize Newsletter

Cornfests, cornfabs and cooperation: the origins and beginnings of the maize genetics cooperation news letter
Lee B. Kass, Christophe Bonneuil and Edward H. Coe Jr.
Genetics April 1, 2005 vol. 169 no. 4 1787-1797
  

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