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September 11-13, 2023 | Valencia, Spain

GPMB 2021

Frederik Botha, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation
Frederik Botha, The University of Queensland, Australia

The C4 grasses such as sugarcane, sorghum, Napier grass and Miscanthus hold much promises as feedstock for bioenergy production due to their high biomass yields.  Most of the harvestable biomass in these species is the culm which could represent up to 75% of the total aboveg [....] » Read More

Biljana Nikolic, Speaker at Plant Events
Keynote Presentation
Biljana Nikolic, Institute of Forestry, Serbia

Three high-mountain tree species from the Pinaceae family were investigated: Serbian spruce, Picea omorika (Pan?.) Pürkyne, Bosnian pine, Pinus heldreichii Christ., and Macedonian pine, Pinus peuce Griseb. Although they belong to different subfamilies (Abietoideae and Pinoid [....] » Read More

Benigno Villalon, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Benigno Villalon, Texas A&M University, United States

The USA wastes over $3.5 trillion trying to keep its sick citizens from dying, but they still die too soon. The obesity and diabetes rates in our country have reached tsunamic proportions. A weak immune system results in many human diseases (heart, hypertension, high blood sugar, [....] » Read More

Ayumi Deguchi, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Ayumi Deguchi, Chiba University, Japan

Flower colour patterns are attractive traits for floricultural plants. However, the mechanisms of such traits remain mostly unknown and obscure. Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus L.) and its interspecific hybrids have many flower colour patterns, which involve white margins in red [....] » Read More

Nacha Udomwasinakun, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Nacha Udomwasinakun, Kasetsart University, Thailand

White mugwort (Artemisia lactiflora Wall.) is an edible medicinal plant from traditional Chinese medicine which has been subjected of considerable attention due to their remarkable biological activities such as antitumor and antioxidant activity. In Thailand, the aerial part of t [....] » Read More

Niranjana Murukan, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Niranjana Murukan, ICAR- Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the three major cereal crops covering an area of 218 million hectares (mha) area globally producing a total of 771million tonnes (mt) of grains. Biotic stresses are major limiting factors affecting wheat crop from realizing its yield potenti [....] » Read More

Hana Auer Malinska, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Hana Auer Malinska, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University, Czech Republic

During last couple of years, traditionally mild climate of central Europe displays more and more extremes in temperature and amount of rainfalls. Springs changed to very hot and dry, with severe temperature changes within couple of days. Local plants and crops need to deal with t [....] » Read More

Carlos Pimentel, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Carlos Pimentel, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

he activity of atmospheric gases, especially greenhouse gases (GHG), as water vapor, carbonic gas, methane, nitrogen oxides, and ozone, became an object of study because of its increase in the atmosphere, causing a rise in air temperature, drought events, and others environmental [....] » Read More

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

Ruta graveolens is part of the Ruta family, widely known as the common Rue. It is a medicinal and culinary plant, commonly grown as an ornamental plant as well as medicinal herb. It is native to the Balkan Peninsula but is now grown in gardens throughout the world. Jarash and Ajl [....] » Read More

Gabriel Roveda Hoyos, Speaker at plant science conference
Oral Presentation
Gabriel Roveda Hoyos, Ecodanimar SAS, Colombia

In recent years the demand for blueberries worldwide has been growing, due to the nutraceutical properties of the fruit that generate important benefits for human health. Colombia, due to its diversity, has a great opportunity to meet the demands of the world market. In the prese [....] » Read More

Hagai Cohen, Speaker at plant science conference
Oral Presentation
Hagai Cohen, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

The skin of fleshy fruit is typically covered by a thick cuticle. Some fruit species develop different forms of layers directly above their skin. Reticulation, for example, is a specialized suberin-based coating that ornaments some commercially important melon (Cucumis melo) frui [....] » Read More

Benzhi Zhou, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Benzhi Zhou, Chinese Academy of Forestry, China

The soil carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) stoichiometry are key indicators of soil interior nutrient cycling and plant nutrient supply that play important roles in improving our understanding of biogeochemical cycling, and providing valuable information for forest mana [....] » Read More

Pavlovskaya Ninel Efimovna, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Pavlovskaya Ninel Efimovna, Orlov State Agricultural University, Russian Federation

Field crops: Barley Hordéum vulgáre, oats Avena sativa and buckwheat Fagopýrum esculéntum contain biologically active metabolites with stimulating, fungitoxicity and adaptable properties on which plant biological control tools for harmful plants are cr [....] » Read More

Debolina Sarkar, Speaker at plant science conferences
Oral Presentation
Debolina Sarkar, , University of Canterbury, New Zealand

The oomycete Phytophthora can cause serious threats to native flora and agriculture and food biosecurity, causing devastating diseases to plants such as kauri, oak, avocado. In New Zealand, Phytophthora agathidicida is the causative agent in kauri dieback and is receiving much co [....] » Read More

Tse Min Lee, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Tse Min Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

The ascorbate-glutathione cycle (AGC) is essential for Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cells to cope with high light stress. NADPH oxidase acts as key hub for the regulation of stress tolerance in plants. High intensity illumination (HL, 1,200 mmol m-2 s-1) did not impact Chlamydomonas [....] » Read More

Aparna Gunjal, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Aparna Gunjal, Dr. D.Y. Patil, Arts, Commerce & Science College, India

The use of chemical fertilizers in agriculture for the plant growth is very harmful and causes water and soil pollution. The biological approach is very eco-friendly, easy and economical. The plant growth promoting rhizobacteria are beneficial bacteria that are useful in agricult [....] » Read More

Charu Lata, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Charu Lata, ICAR-IIWBR, India

Stripe or yellow rust disease of wheat is caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend. f.sp. tritici (Pst)  is a global threat to wheat production. Populations of Pst pathotypes evolves rapidly, limits the efficiency of plant genetic resistance and constrict the st [....] » Read More

Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, Universidad de Sonora, Mexico

The reconversion of crops refers to the change of product or activity that allows a better use of the soil, favors its fertility and breaks the biological cycles of pests and diseases to have an effective control and prevent them from becoming immune or resistant. Therefore, this [....] » Read More

Elizabeth Kordyum, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Elizabeth Kordyum, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

The problem how plants as a sessile organisms survive in the varying environment, including adverse changes remains one of the most urgent of modern biology, especially in connection with forecasts of climate global change and increased man-made pressure. We discussed the avai [....] » Read More

Gabriel Roveda Hoyos, Speaker at plant science conference
Poster Presentation
Gabriel Roveda Hoyos, Ecodanimar SAS, Colombia

The tropical Andes of Colombia and Ecuador are recognized for their high biodiversity, this region is native to the agraz (Vaccinium meridionale Swartz). This plant grows in acidic soils and it has an incipient radical system that favors its association with HFMA in symbiosis to [....] » Read More

Manja Bozic, Speaker at Botany Conference
Poster Presentation
Manja Bozic, Maize Research Institute, Serbia

Improving yield potential, crop quality and abiotic stress tolerance have always been some of the most important requirements for successful crop production. Poor environmental conditions arising as repercussions of climate change, like the drastically higher temperatures and dro [....] » Read More

Helena du Plessis, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Helena du Plessis, University of Limpopo, South Africa

South Africa is known globally for its rich plant biodiversity and various centres of endemism, of which the Sekhukhuneland Centre of Plant Endemism (SCPE) is one. This unique floristic region is located on the ultramafic and mafic rocks of the Rustenburg Layered Suite of the Bus [....] » Read More

Kelli G Thorup, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Kelli G Thorup, California State University, United States

Climate change enhances the occurrence of extreme weather: wildfires, drought, rising summer temperatures—all of which dramatically decline forest growth and increase tree mortality in the mixed-conifer forests of Sierra Nevada, California. However, microbiota living in mut [....] » Read More

Darya Harshkova, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Darya Harshkova, University of Gdansk, Poland

The popular nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac (DCF) is one of the most common contaminants of the water environment. Its toxicity to non-target organisms is often reported to be associated with long-term (chronic) exposure. However, our results suggest that DCF can c [....] » Read More

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

Among the five varieties registered in 2010 by the INIFAP network of beans and other grain legumes in Durango is Pinto Bravo, which has been evaluated in different environments to establish its level of tolerance to environmental factors, which reduce productivity and grain quali [....] » Read More

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

Climate change has in some way affected the temperature of the environment, so that the increase in heat, the decrease in the rainy seasons, as well as the presence of early frosts and / or the anticipation of late frosts are considered among other factors. that can affect the de [....] » Read More

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