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September 01-03, 2022 | Paris, France

GPMB 2018

Klaus Ammann, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences 2022
Keynote Presentation
Klaus Ammann, University of Bern, Switzerland

We need to introduce a new way of Discourse of difficult topics which are debated since many years in Science, Governments, Institutions and the Public without real progress made and consensus solutions still far away. This means that we have to follow innovative Discourse method [....] » Read More

Thomas C Mueller, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Keynote Presentation
Thomas C Mueller, University of Tennessee, United States

The intensity of agriculture varies across the globe. This report discusses one aspect of plant biology as it relates to the control of unwanted vegetation in a highly managed, intensively farmed area within the United States. While the biological principles apply in all environm [....] » Read More

Ali M Missaoui, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Keynote Presentation
Ali M Missaoui, The University of Georgia, United States

With the erratic changes in weather patterns, development of adapted cultivars is becoming a challenge to breeders because of the pseudo-GXE. This implies a clear understanding of key adaptation traits in order to package as many as possible in a cultivar for broad adaptation. Th [....] » Read More

Stevan Knezevic, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Stevan Knezevic, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States

I n order to control glyphosate resistant weeds, Dicamba-Tolerant (DT) Soybeans were plated at about 20 million US acres in 2017. It is believed that the number of acres will increase in 2018 season, which created a concern that the widespread use of dicamba-based herbicides in D [....] » Read More

Raquel Diaz Vazquez, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Raquel Diaz Vazquez, Lourizan Forest Research Center, Spain

Pine wilt disease (PWD) is caused by the pine wood nematode (PWN), Bursaphelenchusxylophilus, which is transmitted by a vector of the Monochamus genus. This nematode is an invasive pest that nowadays constitutes the greatest menace to conifer forests, mainly pine forests, worldwi [....] » Read More

Jose Renato Stangarlin, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Jose Renato Stangarlin, Western Parana State University, Brazil

The use of high dilutions on plants may cause changes in plant metabolism and result in disease control by inducing resistance. This work aimed to study the physiological responses of tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum L.) infected with the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incogni [....] » Read More

Michal Tomasz Kwiatek, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Michal Tomasz Kwiatek, Institute of Plant Genetics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

I n cereal breeding, precise chromosome engineering using homologous recombination is a method harnessed for controlled introduction of chromatin fragments with desirable genes or loci into nuclear genome of crop plants. Alternatively, this practice can be employed for induction [....] » Read More

Beitzen Heineke Wilhelm, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Beitzen Heineke Wilhelm, BIOCARE GmbH, Germany

Wireworms, the polyphagous soil-dwelling larvae of click beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae), are a major insect pest of worldwide relevance causing tremendous yield losses in several crop production systems, like potatoes. The entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium brunneum is already [....] » Read More

Nahaa M Alotaibi, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Nahaa M Alotaibi, Swansea University, United Kingdom

S eagrass is a group of flowering plants that live in shallow sheltered areas along the UK coastline where they form dense green meadows under the sea. It is one of the most important sources of coastal primary production and it provides a critical habitat for juvenile reef fish [....] » Read More

Kostylev Pavel, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Kostylev Pavel, Agricultural Research Center “Donskoy”, Russian Federation

I n the process of selection work in the rice laboratory a number of intensive varieties were created with different vegetation period and grain form. In the Register of breeding of the Russian Federation achievements made rice varieties: early maturing Contact (1994), mid-ripeni [....] » Read More

Montacie Charlotte, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Montacie Charlotte, UMR 5096 - CNRS/UPVD, France

The biogenesis and structure of the nucleolus are directly linked to ribosomesynthesis. Remarkably, plant nucleoli contain a major pool iron. Interestingly, accumulation of iron in animal cells induces rDNAhypermethylation and oxidation of pre-rRNA, and is linked to neurodegenera [....] » Read More

Geza Bujdoso, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Geza Bujdoso, National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre – Fruitculture Research Institute, Hungary

The Persian walnut (Juglans regia L.) is the most important shell fruit species in Hungary. Growing of this species became very popular in the past 10-15 years. Pomological evaluation of a double selected walnut population was done to select new promising genotypes at the Nationa [....] » Read More

Youssef EL Kharrassi, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Youssef EL Kharrassi, University of Mohammed VI Polytechnic (UM6P), Morocco

Cactus pear genus Opuntia spp is a very important fruit crop in Moroccan agriculture, and especially resistant to droughts. This succulent plant contributes to guarantee the sustainability and remediation of an ecosystem with much degraded vegetation. It is very rich in biomolecu [....] » Read More

Johannes Loubser, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Johannes Loubser, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

BC204, an agricultural product of a local company in South Africa, is a biostimulant consisting of a citrus extract and certain organic acids. The plant growth-promoting effect of BC204 has been demonstrated previously and is currently used in agriculture to promote plant growth [....] » Read More

Ming Jung Liu, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Ming Jung Liu, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

The evolution of transcriptional regulatory mechanism is central to how stress response and tolerance differ between species. However, it remains largely unknown how divergence in cis-regulatory sites and, subsequently, transcription factor (TF) binding specificity contribute to [....] » Read More

Juan lgnacio Vilchez Morillas, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Juan lgnacio Vilchez Morillas, Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

The use of microorganism-based products in agriculture has been raising for the las two decades. Bioinoculant products has been calculated to produce around 2 billion USD in 2017, and economic analysts estimate they will produce 2-3.29 billion USD profit by 2022. This growing tre [....] » Read More

Qiang Wei, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Qiang Wei, Nanjing Forestry University, China

The primary thickening growth of Moso (Phyllostachys edulis) underground shoots largely determines the culm circumference. However, its developmental mechanisms remain largely unknown. Using an integrated anatomy, mathematics and genomics approach, we systematically studied cellu [....] » Read More

Enrique G M, Speaker at Plant Conferences
Oral Presentation
Enrique G M, USDA - ARS, United States

Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is grown globally and of significant economic value. Polyploids of several G. hirsutum have been sequenced. Bacteria transmitted by piercing-sucking pests of cotton bolls can cause major yield losses due to resulting seed and lint necrosis. We recov [....] » Read More

Linhai Wang, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Linhai Wang, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences-Oil Crops Research Institute (CAASOCRI), China

S esame is considered the queen of oilseeds for its high oil content and quality, and is grown widely in tropical and subtropical areas as an important source of oil and protein. The completion of sesame genome assembly provides novel insight into its genomic structure and gene c [....] » Read More

Frendo Pierre, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Keynote Presentation
Frendo Pierre, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

The world population growth associated with the shortage of fossil resources and global climate change create a strong socioeconomic demand for the development of plant production systems requiring less natural resources and more respectful of the environment. Legume plants provi [....] » Read More

Hong Wei Xue, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Hong Wei Xue, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

The ubiquitin/26S proteasome proteolytic pathway selectively removes regulatory proteins, providing an efficient and rapid strategy to control many cellular processes and plays critical roles in protein removal in mammalian and plant cells. The proteasome is highly conserved and [....] » Read More

Aiming W, Speaker at Plant Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Aiming W, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada

Plants are constantly attacked by diverse pathogens including viruses. They have evolved sophisticated defense mechanisms to protect themselves from pathogen infections. For viral pathogens, nucleotide-based RNA silencing and receptor-based innate immunity that comprises PAMP (pa [....] » Read More

Seyed Abdollah Hosseini, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Seyed Abdollah Hosseini, Agro Innovation International Roullier Saint Malo, France

Recently, researchers have been more focused on silicon (Si)topic andwide-ranging benefits of Si for stressed plants are exploited for agricultural gain. In this context, Sihas been widely reported to alleviatesthe response of drought stress and plant nutrient deficiencies. Howev [....] » Read More

Zentgraf Ulrike, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Zentgraf Ulrike, University of Tubingen, Germany

Plant senescence is a highly regulated processthat aims at breakdown and subsequent remobilization of macromolecule components of mature leaves, either for further growth or for deposition in developing fruits and seeds. Senescence is governed by endogenous cues like leaf or plan [....] » Read More

Rafal Kukawka, Speaker at Plant Science Meetings
Oral Presentation
Rafal Kukawka, Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poland

Crop protection in modern agricultural industry is still a field that requires new and more efficient methods, which can improve quantity and quality of crops due to exposure of plants to factors such as fungi, bacteria and insects. Excessive consumption of Plant Protection Produ [....] » Read More

Adriano Stinca, Speaker at Plant Science Meetings
Oral Presentation
Adriano Stinca, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy

Vesuvius in southern Italy dominates the landscape of Napoli Gulf with its distinguishable grey bare slopes, exposed to continuous surface erosion processes and rock falls which have been hindering the development of the vegetation after the last volcanic eruptions (occurred in 1 [....] » Read More

Xiaoyu Li, Speaker at Plant Science Meetings
Oral Presentation
Xiaoyu Li, Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

The hydrological regime is the dominant factor associated with the degradation and restoration of inland salt marshes in Northeast China. As a special ecosystem in western Songnen Plain, Northeast China,Phragmitesaustralis saline-alkaline marsh degrade to saline meadow or even al [....] » Read More

Wen Hui Lin, Speaker at Plant Science Meetings
Oral Presentation
Wen Hui Lin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

S eed number is an important part of seed yield. Seed number regulation is a complex process and affected by different signals.Our research work focus on the organ (seed or seed precursor) initiation and the maximal possibility of seed number. In some dicot plants, like Arabidops [....] » Read More

Tongda Xu, Speaker at Plant Science Meetings
Oral Presentation
Tongda Xu, Fujian Agricultural and Forestry University, China

Auxin plays diverse and profound roles in plants, regulating essentially all aspects of plant growth and development, but how auxin achieves the functional diversity and specificity is largely unknown.Multiple auxin signaling integrated totriggerdistinctive auxin responses accord [....] » Read More

Adel Saleh Hussein Al Abed, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Adel Saleh Hussein Al Abed, National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension, Jordan

This part of the research was carried out at the University of Jordan Laboratory’s to confirm the identity of the fungal isolates from melon based on molecular analysis. Two isolates were identified molecularly utilizing the regions of fungal ribosomal DNA (rDNA) ITS that y [....] » Read More

Lin Xu, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Lin Xu, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

De novo organ regeneration, which gives rise to adventitious roots and shoots, is a type of plant regeneration for survival after injury. In Arabidopsis, two main cell fate transition steps are required to establish the root primordium during de novo root root regeneration from l [....] » Read More

Sri Hendrastuti Hidayat, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Sri Hendrastuti Hidayat, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

Garlic (Allium sativum L.) is one of the most important vegetable commodities in Indonesia. Bulbs retained from previous planting season, which have a high risk of virus infection, are used by farmers as sources of seed. Infection by key viruses were detected in garlic bulbs. The [....] » Read More

Zhao Mingmin, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Zhao Mingmin, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, China

A mutant of the potyvirusTobacco vein mottling virus (TVMV) with a 58-nt long “AU” rich element expected to fold as a stem-loop structure introduced at its 3´UTR (TVMV XBS8), has been reported to infect efficiently Nicotianatabacum causing only very mild symptom [....] » Read More

Xiaoxue Wang, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Xiaoxue Wang, Shenyang Agricultural University, China

S imilar to other eukaryotes, splicing is emerging as an important process affecting development and stress tolerance in plants. Ski-interacting protein (SKIP), a splicing factor, is essential for circadian clock function and abiotic stress tolerance; however, the mechanisms wher [....] » Read More

Soo Jin Kim, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Soo Jin Kim, Korea University, Korea, Republic of

CSN5A is a subunit of the COP9 signalosome and is well known for its proteolytic mechanism by ubiquitination as a photomorphogenesis inhibitor. However, it is not well known that the CSN complex is involved in the cell cycle. The csn5a-1 mutants, completely devoid of CSN5A expres [....] » Read More

Yong Wang, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Yong Wang, Shandong Agricultural University, China

Nitrate is not only an important nutrient but also a signaling molecule for plant normal growth and development. However, the nitrate regulatory genes and underlying mechanismsare limited and remain tobe identified and characterized.Here, we isolated the Cleavage and Polyadenylat [....] » Read More

Yanju Liu, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Oral Presentation
Yanju Liu, Beijing Milu Ecological Research Center, China

As the capital of China, Beijing is continuously exposed to high amount of airborne dust, thus it is necessary to find improvement methods. As an ecological and friendly way in improving air quality, phytoremediation were investigated in three aspects: (1) 32 urban plant species [....] » Read More

Paola Fortini, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Paola Fortini, University of Molise, Italy

During the presentation will be discussed the result of an ethnobotanical research planned in the Apennine territory (Italy) between 2011 and 2014. The focus was on wild and cultivated plants used in “folk medicine” in mountain villages in the central-southern Apennin [....] » Read More

Tim Xing, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Poster Presentation
Tim Xing, Carleton University, Canada

Will Die Slowly (WDS) gene family was identified and was suggested to have anti-cell death and anti-senescence functions by phenotypic analysis of single or double mutants. wds1 plants started to show signs of leaf senescence sooner than wild type. The lack of remarkable differen [....] » Read More

Francois Sevestre, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Poster Presentation
Francois Sevestre, University Lille, France

Potato (Solanum tuberosum) is a staple crop that is cultivated for its starch rich tubers. Potato starch has many industrial uses, for example as thickener in food industry or as adhesives in cardboard production. Starch is one of the major storage polysaccharides in plants. It a [....] » Read More

Elena Voznesenskaya, Speaker at Plant Science Events
Poster Presentation
Elena Voznesenskaya, Komarov Botanical Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

Halophytes have in common means of preventing excess accumulation of salts in the cytoplasm of leaves by storage in vacuoles and by excretion. Two different means of salt excretion are recognized between salt excreting halophytes: one by salt accumulating in trichomes over a limi [....] » Read More

Robert Lucinski, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Robert Lucinski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

S ite-2-proteases (S2P) are intramembrane zinc metalloproteases occurring widely in all living organisms, from bacteria to humans. S2P proteases comprise of at least four hydrophobic regions and their characteristic feature is the presence, in their first transmembrane domain, of [....] » Read More

Halina Wisniewska, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Halina Wisniewska, Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Fusarium head blight (FHB) is a disease of cereals caused by fungi of the Fusarium genus. These fungi produce toxic metabolites - mycotoxins. Head infection by Fusarium leads to kernel infection and accumulation of mycotoxins in grain. We determined resistance to Fusarium head bl [....] » Read More

M Pilar Santamarina, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
M Pilar Santamarina, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

I n the interest of sustainable agriculture and to seek efficient alternatives, growing interest is being shown in developing natural phytosanitary products as an alternative to the tradition use of synthetic chemical products. Here we include essential oils from aromatic plants. [....] » Read More

Maria Teresa Gomes Lopes, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Maria Teresa Gomes Lopes, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Brazil

One of the sectors that have the highest growth rate in the national and international market is floriculture. Ornamental plants are distinguished by their beauty. They enchant both through their exotic forms and by the variation of colors, among which stands out are the Heliconi [....] » Read More

Adina Mishal, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Adina Mishal, Kibbutzim College of education, Israel

The Moringaceae is a family of 13 species portraying a range of adaptations to mostly dry or wet tropical habitats. This study is focused on comparative analysis of two closely related species; Moringa peregrine; a wild plant, native to Israel, in the dry tropical regions, and Mo [....] » Read More

Natalia Wojciechowska, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Natalia Wojciechowska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland

S enescence of plant organs, despite its destructive character, belongs to processes which are well-regulated. This regulation is necessary to achieve the main goal of senescence – remobilization, which allows to transport valuable nutrients from senescent organs to another [....] » Read More

Luciana Vitorino, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Luciana Vitorino, IFGoiano, Brazil

S hortening of crop breeding cycles is essential for competitiveness of breeding companies. This implies reduction of variety costs production thus enhancement of the seed companies competitiveness. The proposed solution involves the use of diodes (LED) emitting light exactly in [....] » Read More

Krystyna Rybka, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Krystyna Rybka, Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute - National Breeding Institute, IHAR-PIB, Poland

S hortening of crop breeding cycles is essential for competitiveness of breeding companies. This implies reduction of variety costs production thus enhancement of the seed companies competitiveness. The proposed solution involves the use of diodes (LED) emitting light exactly in [....] » Read More

Miglena Revalska, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Miglena Revalska, AgroBioInstitute, Bulgaria

One of the most important nutrients required for normal development of plants is phosphorus. Both phytohormones auxin and strigolactones participate in the plant response associated with the phosphate signaling. In terms of phosphorus starvation, plants have developed mechanisms [....] » Read More

Tomasz Goral, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Tomasz Goral, Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute - NRI, Poland

Fusarium head blight (FHB) resistance of advanced winter wheat breeding lines was evaluated for three years (2015- 2017) in two locations (six environments). Lines were selected from breeding programs of Polish breeding companies based on their increased FHB resistance. They did [....] » Read More

Andrej Pavlovic, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Andrej Pavlovic, Palacky University, Czech Republic

Carnivorous plants of the genus Nepenthes have evolved passive pitcher traps for prey capture. In this study we investigated the ability of chemical signals from prey (chitin, protein, ammonium) to induce transcription and synthesis of digestive enzymes in carnivorous plant Nepen [....] » Read More

Panayiotis Trigas, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Panayiotis Trigas, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

Global human population continuously increases along with an increasing concern of energy security, global warming and associated climate change effects. Biomass based renewable energy has attracted the interest worldwide due to its potential use as a carbon-neutral, clean and ec [....] » Read More

Malgorzata Adamiec, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Malgorzata Adamiec, Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Experimental Biology, Poland

Egy2 belong to site-2 proteases. Proteases of these type are integral membrane proteins able to perform the proteolytic cleavage within the cell membrane and are thought to participate in signal transduction pathways by releasing of membrane-anchored transcription factors in a pr [....] » Read More

Layara Bessa, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Layara Bessa, IFGoiano, Brazil

The levels of nitrogen available to plants can affect plant structure and physiology, as well as alter the absorption of other essential nutrients. Among the essential nutrients for plant growth, nitrogen is one of the most required. Knowing the requirement of N by the plant is f [....] » Read More

Seyedeh Sara Naseri Rad, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Seyedeh Sara Naseri Rad, The Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Germany

S ilicon (Si) is the most abundant mineral element in the Earth’s crust. During the last decade, several studies have addressed the mechanism(s), by which Si promotes plant growth and development. Thereby, it turned out that silicon mainly protects plants from biotic and ab [....] » Read More

Patrycja Siedlarz, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Patrycja Siedlarz, Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute - National Breeding Institute, IHAR-PIB, Poland

Constantly increasing competition on the cereal seed markets puts an requirement of the rapid production of new varieties in front of breeders. Breeding based on doubled haploids (DH) is gaining a growing importance. Androgenesis is one of the most important method that have been [....] » Read More

Antanas Sarkinas, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Antanas Sarkinas, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Food products, like vegetables, salads and fruits are consumed directly and could be contaminated with various dangerous micro-organisms witch can endanger the health of consumers. Therefore, ultrasound treatment has been selected as a possible treatment for their elimination. Th [....] » Read More

Costel Sarbu, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Costel Sarbu, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) combined with chemometric methods were successfully applied to classify 42 medicinal plant extracts (commercially available) according to their antioxidant capacity determined using DPPH* radical scavenging method: high (group 1), med [....] » Read More

Jose Antonio Madrid Espinoza, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Jose Antonio Madrid Espinoza, Universidad de Talca, Chile

RabGAP (RabGTPase-activating protein) is an important class of proteins responsible for directing deactivation of RabGTPases protein by hydrolyzing GTP. The RabGTPases are known to be implicated in the regulation of the trafficking vesicular and salt stress tolerance. The cultiva [....] » Read More

Bozena Kordan, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Bozena Kordan, University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland

The pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) is globally distributed throughout all temperate regions of the world but it has become an important pest on legumes also in tropical regions of Africa. One of the alternative methods to the use of neurotoxic insec [....] » Read More

Beata Gabrys, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Beata Gabrys, University of Zielona Gora, Poland

The intensity of light is one of the crucial environmental factors that determine the life of autotrophic plants, including basic life processes such as the level of photosynthesis and photoperiodic reactions. Light also plays signaling and regulatory roles in developmental proce [....] » Read More

Xu Zhaolong, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Xu Zhaolong, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Salt stress is a key factor seriously limiting yield and quality of crops. Calcium as a second messenger, plays an important role in the process of responding salt stress in plant. MCU (mitochondria calcium uniporter) is reported an improtmant Ca2+ channel protein on mitochondria [....] » Read More

Ewa Kalemba, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Ewa Kalemba, Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

How seeds perceive reactive oxygen species (ROS) signals and transmit them further at the protein level is not well understood. ROS are a major source of sulfur group oxidation in cysteine and methionine (Met) residues. The first oxidation step of Met to methionine sulfoxide (Met [....] » Read More

Adriana Bastias, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Adriana Bastias, Universidad Autonoma de Chile, Chile

S pecies of the genus Atriplex (Chenopodiaceae) are halophytes and able to photosynthesize under low soil water availability and high temperatures. Several Atriplex species are known for their high biomass generation, which made them candidates for solid biofuels production. Besi [....] » Read More

Hlouskova Petra, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Hlouskova Petra, Palacky University, Czech Republic

Phototropin 1 (PHOT1) is a part of blue light sensory system in plants that fine-tune the efficient use of solar energy and modulate growth through a variety of responses including phototropism, chloroplast movement, leaf flattening and positioning, stomatal opening, and rapid in [....] » Read More

Ananda Virginia de Aguiar, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Ananda Virginia de Aguiar, Embrapa Florestas, Brazil

Euterpe oleracea, Arecaceae family, is used especially for fruit. Its natural habitat is Amazon rainforest. Here we used high throughput RNA sequencing (RNAseq) to obtain the reference transcriptome for this species, establishing a critical genomic resource necessary for future g [....] » Read More

Przemyslaw Bernat, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Przemyslaw Bernat, University of Lodz, Poland

Anomalies in environmental conditions activate in plants a series of processes that allow minimizing their negative impact. These factors, such as drought or dangerous pollutants may result in changing the profile of cytoplasmic membranes phospholipids and induce synthesis of the [....] » Read More

Bruno Lemos Batista, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Bruno Lemos Batista, Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil

Rice grains are significant source of inorganic arsenic (i-As) for humans’ diet. The Codex/FAO has few regulations for limits and mitigation of As in rice. Fungi isolated from rice’s rhizosphere are potential tools for As-mitigation. The inoculation and management of [....] » Read More

Ross N Nazar, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Ross N Nazar, University of Guelph, Canada

In tomato, Verticillium resistance is determined by the Ve-gene locus, which encodes two leucine-rich repeat-receptorlike proteins (Ve1, Ve2). The gene encoding Ve1 protein has two functional alleles; Ve1, encoding a resistance protein, and ve1, with a premature stop codon encodi [....] » Read More

Jane Robb, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Jane Robb, University of Guelph, Canada

In tomato, Verticillium resistance is determined by the Ve-gene locus, which encodes two leucine-rich repeat-receptorlike proteins (Ve1, Ve2). The gene encoding Ve1 protein has two functional alleles; Ve1, encoding a resistance protein, and ve1, with a premature stop codon encodi [....] » Read More

Jaime Ruiz Vega, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Jaime Ruiz Vega, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico

Solar radiation receipts in greenhouse horticultural crops determine air and plant temperatures, which may result in undesirable effects such as low growth rates and inferior produce quality. Most horticultural crops exhibit the C3 photosynthesis (Ps) pathway and have optimum rad [....] » Read More

Ricardo Tighe Neira, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Ricardo Tighe Neira, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Chile

The nanoparticles (NPs) have a particular effect on a certain plant, but this effect may differ in other species. Titanium dioxide (TiO2 ) have generally positive effects on distinct parameter physiologic and productive in plants, but little has been evaluated its impact on photo [....] » Read More

Panayiotis Trigas, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Panayiotis Trigas, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

The Mediterranean Basin is one of the major global terrestrial biodiversity hotspots, while most of the Mediterranean Islands belong to the two Greek archipelagos, namely the Aegean and the Ionian. Although the factors affecting plant species richness and endemism are well studie [....] » Read More

Sophie Vincenti, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Sophie Vincenti, University of Corsica, France

Green leaf volatiles (GLVs), especially C6-aldehydes and C9-aldehydes, produced by plants, are responsible for the characteristic odor of cut grass, called “green note”. GLVs are widely used in flavor and food industries. Their production represents an important indus [....] » Read More

Yougasphree Naidoo, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Yougasphree Naidoo, School of Life Sciences, South Africa

The antioxidant activity of the methanol extracts of the stems and leaves of Gomphocarpus physocarpus (E.Mey.) (Apocynaceae) were assessed to determine the medicinal potential of this South African milkweed. The possible phytochemical sources, of the antioxidant activity were als [....] » Read More

Lourkisti Radia, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Lourkisti Radia, University of Corsica Pascal Paoli, France

Mediterranean area allowed a Citrus production thanks to the pedoclimatic conditions. Climate change is a worldwide problem (global warming, significant temperature fluctuation, drought episode increasing…) that can affect negatively citrus production and reduce fruit qual [....] » Read More

Lina Lou, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Lina Lou, Institute of Vegetable Crops, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

I ntergeneric hybridization was performed between Brassica rapa L. em. Metzg. subsp. rapa and Raphanus sativus following tissue culture of hybrid seeds. One allotriploid hybrid (3n=28) was created from crosses between seven radish and six turnip species and identified as highly s [....] » Read More

Hua Wang, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Hua Wang, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Unlike animals, plants have remarkable abilities to regenerate and form an entire plant body from various tissues or organs, or even from a single somatic cell. Among the different types of plant regeneration, de novo organogenesis, in which adventitious roots and shoots form fro [....] » Read More

Magali Mariani, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Magali Mariani, University of Corsica, France

The volatile compounds, responsible for the fresh odor of cut grass known as “green note”, have a particularly interest for flavor and food industries. These compounds (hexanal, 3Z-hexenal and 2E-hexenal) are naturally synthesized in higher plants through the lipoxyge [....] » Read More

Wang Shubin, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Wang Shubin, Institute of Vegetable Crops, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Genome-wide detection of insertion/deletion length polymorphisms in Capsicum spp was performed by comparing whole-genome re-sequencing data from two Capsicum accessions, C.annuum cv. G29 and C.frutescens cv.PBC688, to the reference genome sequence of C.annuum cv. CM334. In total, [....] » Read More

Zhuang Yong, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Zhuang Yong, Institute of Vegetable Crops, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Male sterile (MS) is an effective tool for hybrid production. We have obtained eggplant male sterile lines from progenies of an interspecific hybrid (S. aethiopicum × S. melongena). To understand the mechanism for MS in eggplant, the comparative transcriptomic files of MS l [....] » Read More

Gugu Mabizela, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Gugu Mabizela, ARC Infruitec-Nietvoobij, South Africa

Cyclopia subternata (honeybush) is a commercially important South African fynbos plant used as a herbal tea. Some genotypes produce a bitter-tasting tea, contrary to the “sweet, honey-like” beverage, typically associated by consumers with honeybush tea. Furthermore, t [....] » Read More

Claudio Inostroza Blancheteau, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Claudio Inostroza Blancheteau, Universidad Catolica de Temuco, Chile

S tarch is the main molecule of carbohydrate storage in plants, composed of glucose residues. It is commonly associated with storage organs such as roots, stems and leaves. Under stress, starch can be stored or degraded in plants, as well, remobilized to provide energy and carbon [....] » Read More

Graciela L Salerno, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Graciela L Salerno, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata and INBIOTEC-CONICET, Argentina

Environmental stresses strongly limit crop yields, whose negative effects are increasing in the context of climate change. Therefore, understanding the defense response of plants against abiotic stress is an extremely important issue. Under unfavourable conditions a fine tuning a [....] » Read More

Ji Li, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
Ji Li, Nanjing Agricultural University College of Horticulture, China

Downy mildew is a major devastating disease of cucumber, causing significant economic losses of yield in up to 80 countries yearly. In previous study, an introgression line derived from interspecific hybridization between cucumber and the wild relative species cucumis hystrix Cha [....] » Read More

JinFeng Chen, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Poster Presentation
JinFeng Chen, Nanjing Agricultural University College of Horticulture, China

The importance of wild Cucumis species for cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.; 2n=2x=14) improvement has long been recognized because they possess resistance to pathogens not present in Cucumber crop. Cucumis hystrix Chakr. (2n=2x=24 chromosomes) is the only sister species grouped as C [....] » Read More

Eun Hye Kim, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Eun Hye Kim, Konkuk University, Korea, Republic of

The main object of the present study was to evaluate the influence of irrigation periods on the distribution of phenolic compounds (flavonoids and phenolic acids) and tocopherols (α-, β-, γ- and δ-tocopherol) in mung bean cultivars. Each mung bean seed was [....] » Read More

Jong Joo Cheong, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Jong Joo Cheong, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of

Role of the Arabidopsis R2R3 MYB transcription factor AtMYB44 has been described in diverse hormonal signaling processes, including abscisic acid (ABA)-mediated tolerance to abiotic stress and seed germination, ethylenemodulating insect defense, and disease resistance mediated by [....] » Read More

Nisreen A AL Quraan, Speaker at plant science conference
Poster Presentation
Nisreen A AL Quraan, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

Light is considered as an environmental signal that controlled plants growth and development mainly by supplying sufficient duration, quality and wavelength of light intensities that is responsible for triggering on/off many physiological reactions. The objectives of this study w [....] » Read More

Yu Jeong Jeong, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Yu Jeong Jeong, Seoul National University/Inbiofarm Co., Ltd, Korea, Republic of

Glycogen synthase kinase 3 (GSK3)-like kinase play crucial roles in cell signaling pathways in both animals and plants. Here we showed that the BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE 2 (BIN2)/GSK3β-like kinase is controlled at the protein stability level in Arabidopsis thaliana, via a [....] » Read More

Ting Zhou, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Ting Zhou, Oil Crops Research Institute, Chinese Acdamy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Anther development and male fertility was critical for crop seed formation and yield production. Male sterile plants provide an efficient pollination control system for hybrid breeding. Sesame 95ms-5AB was a novel recessive genic male sterile two-type line controlled by a single [....] » Read More

Liqiang Wan, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Liqiang Wan, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

The morphological and physiological responses in plants to water stress varies at different stages of growth as affected by hormones and their relative concentrations, leading to different outcomes for crop production. Cereal crops harvested for grain suffer severer yield reducti [....] » Read More

Nam Chon Paek, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Nam Chon Paek, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of

S oil degradation affects agriculture worldwide. Soils with high salt can result from local geological conditions or accumulation of salt from irrigation. Salt limits water uptake and reduces crop yields; therefore, salt tolerance is an important trait for crops grown in high-sal [....] » Read More

Minhuan Zeng, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Minhuan Zeng, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Plants have the capacity to regenerate when they are wounded. For example, the leaves cut off from the seedling can regenerate new roots, getting a new life then. Similarly, when we remove the aerial part of the seedling, including the cotyledons and the apical meristem(SAM), the [....] » Read More

Muhammad Ashfaq, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Muhammad Ashfaq, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Pakistan

Rice is the second most important cereal crop in the world and important food grain of the World population. In Pakistan, on an average 6 million tons of rice is produced each year that is about 30% of the world’s paddy rice. Rice grain discoloration disease (a bacterial/fu [....] » Read More

Woonha Hwang, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Woonha Hwang, National Institute of Crop Science, Korea, Republic of

Heat stress greatly effect on rice quality and yield. Therefore the breeding of heat tolerance rice is important against to global warming. To breed heat tolerance rice, we have to wait until rice harvesting time to check rice yield and quality. In order to select rice with high [....] » Read More

Bong Choon Lee, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Bong Choon Lee, National Institute of Crop Science, Korea, Republic of

S outhern rice black streaked dwarf virus(SRBSDV) is a novel virus treatening crop production in eastern Asia. SRBSDV was first discovered in China, in 2001. Since 2009, the viral disease has spread rapidly from south to north in the rice-growing areases of eastern Asia, includin [....] » Read More

Nezar H Samarah, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Nezar H Samarah, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

Pepper (Capsicum annuum), as a warm-season crop, has low seed germination under wet and cold conditions due to susceptibility of seeds to fungal diseases. Treatment of pepper seeds with chitosan improved seed germination under cold conditions, which might be due to the induction [....] » Read More

Inae Braga Reis, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Inae Braga Reis, Universidade Do Oeste Paulista, Brazil

Water deficiency is an important factor in limiting crop productivity and production potential. Alternatively, the plants can be “prepared” to successfully tolerate abiotic stress conditions, such as water deficiency. The use of priming presents more effective opportu [....] » Read More

Azizi Thouray, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Azizi Thouray, National Institute of Research in Rural Water and Forests Tunisia, Tunisia

S weet cherry (Prunus avium L.) is a species that is characterized by gametophytic self-incompatibility (GSI), which determines the fruit set and, consequently, the tree fruit load. In this study, S-alleles have been identified for nine sweet cherry cultivars in north-western Tun [....] » Read More

Sang Uk Lee, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Sang Uk Lee, Kyungpook National University, Korea, Republic of

Nitrogen (N) is an essential macro element required for the success of all known life forms. N acts as a key catalyst to support photosynthesis and other important biochemical reactions required for healthy growth in plant. Nitrogen exists as diversity form, such as nitrates, nit [....] » Read More

Inae Braga Reis, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Inae Braga Reis, Universidade Do Oeste Paulista, Brazil

Water deficiency is a particularly limiting factor for the development and production of diverse crops, which can have a significantly detrimental impact on agriculture. Some bioregulators can be used as priming to minimize the damaging effects of water stress. Bioregulators, suc [....] » Read More

Yejin Shim, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Yejin Shim, Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of

S oybean (Glycinemax (L.) Merrill) is one of the world’s major oil crops. The productive potential of the soybean crop can be impaired since the seeds are susceptible to several factors during the production process, with water deficiency a limiting factor. Studies suggest [....] » Read More

Noohi Nasim, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Poster Presentation
Noohi Nasim, Soa University, India

Pandanus odorifer (Forssk.) Kuntze commonly known as Kewda is native to South Asia and is an industrially important plant mostly cultivated in the coastal regions of India. It belongs to a paleotropic genus Pandanus having Gondwanan origin and belongs to the family Pandanaceae. T [....] » Read More

Avihai Ilan, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Workshop
Avihai Ilan, Private Consultant, Israel

New media tools such as internet chat, photo and video transfer, video-conference and disciussion groups developed in recent years. The discussion groups that address plant tissue culture include groups covering a wide range of plant species or groups dedicated to a specific grou [....] » Read More

Samir C Debnath, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Keynote Presentation
Samir C Debnath, St. Johns Research and Development Centre, Canada

I n vitro and molecular techniques are important biotechnological tools that can speed up production technologies in horticultural crops. Small fruits including Fragaria (strawberry; Rosaceae), Rubus (brambles: raspberry and blackberry; Rosaceae) and Vaccinium (blueberry, cranber [....] » Read More

Zheng Zheng, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Keynote Presentation
Zheng Zheng, Fudan University, China

With China’s reform and opening up, rapid economic development, and improvement of people’s living standards, industrial and domestic wastewater discharge as well as fertilizer and pesticide residues in agricultural runoff has increased drastically since 1980’s, [....] » Read More

Frederik Botha, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Frederik Botha, The University of Queensland, Australia

Yellow Canopy Syndrome (YCS) is a condition affecting sugarcane production in Australia. It is not evident whether biotic or abiotic factors trigger the onset of YCS development. The presentation will focus on the phenology of YCS development and the accompanying changes in physi [....] » Read More

Nuria Koteyeva, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Nuria Koteyeva, Komarov Botanical Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation

About 6% of land area affected by soil salinization that produce serious problems for world agriculture. Improving of salt tolerance in crops is a global challenge for the nearest future. Salt tolerance is a genetically and physiologically complex trait that causes the difficulti [....] » Read More

Segret Lea, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Segret Lea, France Ginseng, France

Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer is a shade species. This plant optimal growth irradiance is comprised between 5% and 20% of full sunlight(Proctor & Palmer 2017; Li 1995; Parmenter & Littlejohn 1998). If receiving too much light, leaves could suffer from photoinhibition of photos [....] » Read More

Koksheeva Inna, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Koksheeva Inna, Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS, Russian Federation

The flora of the Russian Far East is attractive by its biodiversity and the fact that there are boundaries of the distribution of East-Asian species. Among them are Rhododendron mucronulatum Turcz., Rh. dauricum ? Rh. sichotense. The specimens of the subsection Rhodorastrum are c [....] » Read More

Svetlana Nesterova, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Svetlana Nesterova, Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS, Russian Federation

S pecies of the genus Asarum (Aristolochiaceae) are perennial herbaceous plants grow mainly in Southeastern Asia and several species in North America and Europe. We chose the East Asian Asarumsieboldii for study. In the Russian Far East, the species grows in the southern part of [....] » Read More

Graciela L Salerno, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Graciela L Salerno, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata and INBIOTEC-CONICET, Argentina

S ucrose is a central metabolite in plant life. In recent years, novel functions have been uncovered for alkaline/neutral invertases (A/N-Invs), enzymes that irreversibly hydrolyze sucrose into glucose and fructose. A/N-Invs play important roles in growth, development, and stress [....] » Read More

Fardad Didaran, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Fardad Didaran, Tehran University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

I n the present study, effects of an external magnetic field (MF) on peroxidase activity and hardening of New Guinea Impatiens (Impatiens x hawkeri) were investigated under controlled (in vitro) condition. To investigate the magnetosensitivity of plants, strong homogeneous magnet [....] » Read More

Ahmed Z Abdel Azeiz, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Ahmed Z Abdel Azeiz, College of Biotechnology, Misr University for Science and Technology, Egypt

Water scarcity is one of the greatest challenges and a matter for several recent researches. The water sources for the desert plants are still aim for many researches. Knowing of these sources will enable saving the water resources as well as using of un-confidential water source [....] » Read More

Hongjie Qin, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Hongjie Qin, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Cyanobacterial blooms, one of the main characteristics of eutrophic waters, is harmful to aquatic ecosystems and poses risks to public health, especially when the bloom-forming species can release toxins. Phytoremediation is considered to be an emerging green technology in which [....] » Read More

Mariska lilly, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Mariska lilly, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Fusarium verticillioides is a plant pathogenic fungus that causes ear rot disease of maize and produces the carcinogenic fumonisin mycotoxins. The fumonisins are hazardous to both human and animal health and are associated with oesophageal and liver cancer in humans and have been [....] » Read More

Yangnan Gu, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Yangnan Gu, Tsinghua University, China

Effector-triggered immunity (ETI) is a major form of plant innate immunity. Using a combined genetic, genomic and proteomic approach coupled with advanced fluorescence-EM imaging, we discovered a novel transmembrane component of the nuclear pore complex (NPC), CPR5. We found that [....] » Read More

Latha Rangan, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Latha Rangan, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

Bioenergy crops are often regarded as an important contributor in the mitigation of global climate change and energy security. Pongamia pinnata, Jatropha curcas, Ricinus communis and Mesua ferrea are four well known biofuel crops with versatile socio-economic values. The potentia [....] » Read More

Sherif Shalatet, Speaker at Plant Science Congress
Oral Presentation
Sherif Shalatet, Agricultural Research Center, Egypt

Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) a perennial plant, is among the largest exported medicinal and aromatic crops which have the potential to boost the Egyptian exports of high-quality, added-value crops. It is mainly grown by many smallholder farmers, particularly in the middle-Egyp [....] » Read More

Arshad Javaid, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Arshad Javaid, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, University of the Punjab, Pakistan

Macrophomina phaseolina is a soil-borne fungal pathogen causing diseases in more than 500 plant species. The present study aimed to identify possible antifungal constituents in different parts of an asteraceous weed Ageratum conyzoides for the control of M. phaseolina through bio [....] » Read More

Nasim Abolfathi, Speaker at Plant Science and Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Nasim Abolfathi, Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Two spotted spider mite, Tetranychusurticaekoch. is one of the most important pests of common bean in most of areas of Iran, including Lorestanprovince.The population Fluctuation, spatial distribution and Fixed precision sequential sampling plans of Two spotted spider mite were i [....] » Read More

Samuel Darko Koomson, Speaker at Plant Science Conference
Oral Presentation
Samuel Darko Koomson, Instak Agro Enterprise / Africa Agribusiness Management Institute, Ghana

S ankofa, a word from the Akan tribe in Ghana symbolizes bringing into the present what is good from the past to make the future better. Commercialization of indigenous vegetables has largely been ignored in Africa and Keyser (2013) states that improved farmer access to quality s [....] » Read More

Somvong Tragoonrung, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Somvong Tragoonrung, BIOTEC, Thailand

The macrofungi exploration in Turgo tropical forest ecosystem of Mount Merapi National Park aimed to document the diversity and distribution of edible and inedible macrofungi in that region. Macrofungi sampling was distinguished by different forest elevations ie Turgo forest, Tri [....] » Read More

Dwiki Prasetiya, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Dwiki Prasetiya, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia

Limited water availability suggests that in future water insufficiency will be norm which leads to the major losses in yield and yield components. Management under these conditions as compare to unlimited water availability may result in reducing yield losses. Study was started t [....] » Read More

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