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September 16-18, 2024 | Rome, Italy

GPMB 2020

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

The multibillion dollar micropropagation industry is now well accepted in many countries of  the world for commercial propagation of various plant species. Fruits and vegetables are very rich in health-promoting bioactive components. Although significant progress has been ac [....] » Read More

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

The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB) has now been adopted by 172 parties . It still builds on the principle that GM crop plants might bare risks in contrast to the conventional crops: Objective of CPB. The huge apparatus on risk assessment based on this protocol is building [....] » Read More

Tse Min L, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Tse Min L, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

itric oxide (NO) is a signaling factors involved in the regulation of plant physiology and stress responses. The role of NO interaction with H2O2 in the regulation of NADPH oxidase (RBOL2) for the induction of autophagy and in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii was determined. Illuminatio [....] » Read More

Danilo Jose Fanelli Luchiari, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Danilo Jose Fanelli Luchiari, GTACC - Technical Assistance and Consulting Group in Citrus, Brazil

razil is a country with a strong vocation for agriculture, owing to its abundance of the two main inputs needed to produce plant protein, namely sun and water. Tropical weather, high solar intensity and large extent of fertile soils are the ideal conditions for producing food at [....] » Read More

Raphael Raverdy, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Raphael Raverdy, INRAE AgroImpact, France

Bioeconomy, sustained by agriculture and breeding, belongs to innovative solutions to address current challenging environmental issues. Miscanthus, a dedicated perennial crop, is known to display interesting traits to produce renewable resources (Clifton-Brown_et_al._2001._Agrono [....] » Read More

Henry Christopher, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Henry Christopher, KU Leuven, Belgium

The non-proteinogenic amino acid γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) rapidly accumulates in plant tissue in response to several biotic and abiotic stresses and has been associated with increased resistance. Besides its role in modulating the flux of carbon and energy in the TCA cycl [....] » Read More

Safenkova Irina, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Safenkova Irina, A.N. Bach Institute of Biochemistry, Russian Federation

Phytopathogenic bacteria, viruses and viroids are serious threats to agricultural and natural ecosystems. Rapid, accurate and sensitive screening tests are necessary to prevent worldwide spreading of plant diseases. Control of seed materials and field plantings requires methods f [....] » Read More

Sunita Chandel, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Sunita Chandel, University of Horticulture and Forestry, India

arnation in India is in a declining phase under the protected environment by the continuous interference of biotic pressure exerted due to some soil borne pathogens such as Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. dianthi and Rhizoctonia solani mainly responsible to deteriorate the plant health [....] » Read More

Parimalan Rangan, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Parimalan Rangan, ICAR-National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, India

The ‘light reactions’ of photosynthesis are highly conserved while the carbon concentrating mechanism (CCM) part of the ‘dark reactions’ have evolved many times. In Poaceae, where C4 photosynthesis was evolved, independent evolution for the C4 trait was re [....] » Read More

Raj Kumar Joshi, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Raj Kumar Joshi, Rama Devi Women’s University, India

on-coding RNAs are prominent modulators of transcriptional and post-transcriptional expression of genes in a wide range of biological processes. However, the repertoire and functions of microRNAs largely remains unexplored with respect to defense against fungal phytopathogens. In [....] » Read More

Jorge A Zavala, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jorge A Zavala, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Solar radiation can enhance protection against insect pests and increase yield of crops, studies of plant secondary metabolites induced by solar UV-B radiation get more and more attention in the context of potential utilization in agriculture for increasing crop resistance to her [....] » Read More

Ranjeeta Mourya, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Ranjeeta Mourya, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India

Bryonia laciniosa is a climber herb distributed throughout India and commonly known as “Shivlingi”. The present study was conducted with the objectives to investigate the aphrodisiac and pro-fertility activity of ethanolic seed extract of Bryonia laciniosa as well as [....] » Read More

Suresha Giriyapura Shivalingamurthy, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Suresha Giriyapura Shivalingamurthy, ICAR-Sugarcane Breeding Institute, India

A remarkable feature of sugarcane is its capacity to store sucrose to about 50% of its dry weight. However, at crop maturity when the sucrose concentration in the sink tissues reaches saturation, the action of invertase enzymes affects sucrose stabilization, and reduces sucrose y [....] » Read More

B N Hazarika, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
B N Hazarika, Central Agricultural University, India

The benefit of any micropropagation system only be fully realized if there is successful transfer of plantlets from tissueculture vessels to the ambient conditions. A substantial number of micropropagated plants do not survive on transfer from in vitro conditions to greenhouse or [....] » Read More

Nisreen A AL Quraan, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Nisreen A AL Quraan, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

The physiological and biochemical role of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) shunt pathway in green pea seedlings (Pisum sativum L.) was studied in response to soil water holding capacity levels: 80%, 60%, 40%, 20% and 10% grown under continuous light at 25ºC for 7 days and 14 [....] » Read More

Phan Thi Hong Nhung, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Phan Thi Hong Nhung, Univesite catholique de Louvain, Belgium

Salt threatens rice cultivation in many countries. Hence, breeding new varieties with high salt tolerance is important. Methods: 1,332 rice accessions, including 767 indica accessions, 375 japonica accessions, 104 aus accessions, and 38 aromatic accessions from 3K Rice Genome Pro [....] » Read More

Juan Leonardo Rocha Valdez, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Juan Leonardo Rocha Valdez, Universidad Autonoma Agraria Antonio Narro, Mexico

I. Definition of the Ejido In the establishment of the starting point it is fundamental to define the ejido, according to Flores-Rodríguez (2008). “The ejido is a system of distribution and possession of the land that was institutionalized after the Mexican Revolutio [....] » Read More

Rafael Avila Cisneros, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Rafael Avila Cisneros, Antonio Narro Autonomous Agrarian University, Mexico

The research work presented below was carried out in the autumn - winter cycle of 2018 in the experimental field San Antonio de los Bravos of the UAAAN-UL, in Torreón Coahuila Mexico. Under a design of random block method experiments; establishing 6 fertilization treatment [....] » Read More

Juan Leonardo Rocha Quinones, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Juan Leonardo Rocha Quinones, Universidad Autonoma Agraria Antonio Narro, Mexico

I n northern Mexico, the Saltillo pinto bean variety is one of the preferred varieties since the tolerance to accelerated browning of the grain provides farmers with a wider margin for the negotiation and sale of the product. The commercial success of the Saltillo pinto and its l [....] » Read More

Lucia Gayoso, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Lucia Gayoso, BCC Innovation Basque Culinary Center, Spain

besity has become a global epidemic and a major problem of public health due to its high impact on morbidity, mortality, quality of life and healthcare expenditure. Health policies have been focused on recommending healthy lifestyles, including diet and exercise. However new nutr [....] » Read More

Leticia Ruiz Garcia, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Leticia Ruiz Garcia, IFAPA Centro La Mojonera, Spain

he cultivation of solanaceous and cucurbits crops is of great economic importance in Spain, and most of the production is located in in the south-east part of the country. Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV) is an important bipartite begomovirus that affects crops belongin [....] » Read More

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