8th Edition of Global Conference on
With the huge number of participants across the globe, Magnus Group successfully organized the “4th Edition of Global Conference on Plant Science and Molecular Biology (GPMB 2019)” during September 19-21, 2019 at the magnificent city of London, UK.
The congress highlighted the theme “To Unfold the Hidden Secrets of Plant Science and Molecular Biology for Better Now and Future” and it introduced and summarised recent research findings and trends, as well as projected scientific developments in plant science and molecular biology. The agenda of the conference was to create a link between scientists, researchers, botanists, plant science experts, agriculturists, soil scientists, biotechnologists, molecular biologists, policymakers and the rest of the world in order to improve facts and provide them new ways to imagine and show them. This three-day scientific gathering provided the ideal platform for plenary talks, workshops, symposiums, oral presentations, poster sessions and other networking opportunities. We’d like to extend our heartfelt thanks all of our incredible keynote speakers, conference attendees, organizing committee members, students, organisations, media partners, exhibitors, and visitors for helping to make GPMB 2019 a huge success. The meeting was organised into several sessions, each of which featured discussions on a variety of cutting-edge topics in plant science and biotechnology. The conference started off with an opening ceremony, followed by a series of talks by both Honourable Guests and keynote forum delegates. We are also compelled by the fact that we have made active discussion forums available to a number of delegate specialists, corporate executives, and other prominent figures who have endorsed the meeting.
Title : Identifying beneficial bacteria that enhance abiotic stress tolerance in horticulture crops
Michelle Jones, The Ohio State University, United States
Title : Aquatic plant useful concepts to delimit tropical wetlands (Orinoco Basin case)
Anabel Rial B, Member IUCN SSC Freshwater Plant Specialist Group, Independent Consultant, Colombia
Title : In vitro culture and epigenetic variation in horticultural crop improvement
Samir C D, St. John’s Research and Development Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada
Title : Analysing plant responses to extreme environments at different scales: from subcellular compartments to whole plants in soil.
Arnd Heyer, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Title : RNAi : a great potential for crop production and protection
Jeremy Sweet, JTEC Ltd, United Kingdom
Title : Understanding of the Molecular Plant-Virus Interactions and development of Novel Antiviral Strategies
Aiming W, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada