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September 16-18, 2024 | Rome, Italy

GPMB 2022

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

Yield forecasting is an important tool for managing the production process and one of the mandatory elements of the precision farming system. Modeling of the effect of the current conditions on the vegetation of plants is realized by factor analysis of temperature, soil, climatic [....] » Read More

Valasia Iakovoglou, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation
Valasia Iakovoglou, UNESCO Chair Con-E-Ect, Greece

Increased sedimentation, mainly due to erosion, plays a substantial role in contributing non-point source pollutants that have as ending point the sea water bodies. Factors such as increased agricultural activities, deforestation and wildfires result to excessive erosion rates.&n [....] » Read More

V A Dragavtsev, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation
V A Dragavtsev, Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution, Russian Federation

       Global warming and the growing rise in the price of bakery and feed grains make the problem of hereditary increase in the drought resistance of grain crops one of the most important tasks of ensuring the food security of mankind. Based on the [....] » Read More

Jorge A Zavala, Speaker at Plant Events
Keynote Presentation
Jorge A Zavala, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Maria Batool, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Maria Batool, The University of Queensland, Australia

1-Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC) is an ethylene precursor, whose concentration elevates in plants when they face biotic or abiotic stress. In crop production, the microbiome plays a very significant role in plant growth promotion (PGP) where some microbes in the natura [....] » Read More

Ping Lim, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ping Lim, Altman Specialty Plants, United States

With increasing concerns over global climate change and the impact of synthetic chemicals in our environment, natural beauties on this planet may seem like a fading dream. But modern rose breeders are making strong progress in developing roses that can withstand these stresses an [....] » Read More

Sweta Binod Kumar, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Sweta Binod Kumar, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

Technosoils are anthropogenically disturbed soils. Microorganisms retrieved from such habitats, due to their natural adaptations to harsh environmental conditions, can be useful and find applications in agriculture, bioremediation, industry, and medicine. Nitrogen fixing bacteria [....] » Read More

Marcin Michalak, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Marcin Michalak, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland

Ex-situ preservation of genetic resources is an essential strategy for the conservation of plant biodiversity. In this regard, seed storage is the most convenient and efficient way of preserving germplasm for future plant breeding efforts. A better understanding of the molecular [....] » Read More

Ewa Szwajczak, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Ewa Szwajczak, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Silesia, Poland

Global pesticide use has increased to unprecedented levels since the middle of the last century. Many papers reported that over-reliance on herbicides, especially glyphosate, is detrimental to the environment. It is also recognized that inert ingredients in pesticides can can pos [....] » Read More

Marie Bonnin, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Marie Bonnin, University of Corsica, France

The Mediterranean basin is one of the main citrus production areas in the world. It ranks third behind China and Brazil. In the heart of the Mediterranean, Corsica is located at the northern limit of the citrus production area (40° North). It benefits from pedoclimatic condit [....] » Read More

Mathias Twizeyimana, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Mathias Twizeyimana, AgBiome, United States

Every year an estimated 10-16% of global food production is lost to agricultural pests despite tremendous improvement in management practices over the years. The intensive use of synthetic pesticides and its dependency in controlling crop pests pose a risk of pesticide resistance [....] » Read More

Carlos Pimentel, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Carlos Pimentel, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Light and oxygen are essential to life but can also damage plant photosynthesis and yield, especially the excess of light above 600 to 800 µmol m-2 s-1 in the presence of O2 (a strong oxidant). This metabolic phenomenon, i.e., photoinhibition, is the light-induced decrease [....] » Read More

Lucian Copolovici, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Lucian Copolovici, Aurel Vlaicu University, Arad, Romania

43.1 billion tons of CO2 were released into the atmosphere by human activities in 2019. Thus, in April 2022, the global CO2 concentration was 421 ppm. Increasing the rate of photosynthetic carbon fixation, which leads to increased biomass production, is beneficial for plants beca [....] » Read More

E U U Rathnathunga, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
E U U Rathnathunga, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

Carica papaya L. is a gynodioecious plant that has three sex forms: female (F), male (M), and hermaphrodite (H). The nutraceutical and antimicrobial properties of papaya varieties are highly beneficial during pharmaceutical production. The study's objectives were to evaluate [....] » Read More

Imre Cseresnyes, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation
Imre Cseresnyes, Institute for Soil Sciences, Centre for Agricultural Research, Hungary

Avigorous, adaptive root system is critical for improved water and nutrient uptake, which in turn increases crop grain yield,especially under stress conditions. High-throughput, in situ root phenotyping techniques are increasingly important in breeding plants for sustainable agri [....] » Read More

Hyun Sook Lee, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Hyun Sook Lee, National Institute of Crop Science, Rural Development Administration, Korea, Republic of

Rice blast is one of the most serious diseases in the world that cause considerable yield losses. In South Korea, the breakdown of blast resistance frequently occurs due to increase rice cultivars with similar genetic backgrounds or rapid changes in the blast pathogenic races. Th [....] » Read More

Chang Min Lee, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Chang Min Lee, NICS, RDA, Korea, Republic of

Interspecific crosses are steadily used in breeding projects because it can improve the genetic diversity of rice and develop a new variety with useful genes. However, it is difficult to develop varieties due to the linkage drag such as spikelet sterility during interspecific cro [....] » Read More

Joana Guimaraes, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation
Joana Guimaraes, INIAV, Portugal

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) is an important grain legume well adapted to the dry regions with the added benefit of enhancing soil fertility. Cowpea makes an important contribution to the nutritional security of small farmers in tropic and sub-tropic regions mainly in Africa. Inter [....] » Read More

Catia Nunes, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Catia Nunes, INIAV, Portugal

Cowpea (V. unguiculata L. Walp. ssp. unguiculata) is a self pollinating diploid (2n=2x=22) species with an estimated genome size of 620 Mb. It is an important crop for people in sub-Saharan Africa where it was domesticated. Many landraces are still cultivated and its grain is the [....] » Read More

Mihali Ciprian Valentin, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Mihali Ciprian Valentin, Research and Development Station for Bovine – Arad, Romania

This is a preliminary characterization screening study of a several spontaneous flora populations belonging to the species Cichorium intybus / common chicory and cultivated varieties Spadona and Puna (varieties, already used in the diet of dairy cows due to the high percentage of [....] » Read More

Fatima A Fulgencio, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation
Fatima A Fulgencio, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, Philippines

The rampant land conversions which directly impact a habitat adds up to the anthropogenic pressure that makes the ferns and lycophytes species vulnerable. This study aims to document, assess both ecological and conservation status, and determine the habitat association of ferns a [....] » Read More

Magdalena Korek, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Poster Presentation
Magdalena Korek, University of Silesia, Poland

Strigolactones (SLs) are the youngest class of phytohormones primarily involved in shaping the architecture of plants. Barley plants harbouring the mutation in the HvD14 gene, which encodes the SL-specific receptor, produce almost twice as many tillers as wild-type (WT) plants Se [....] » Read More

Vashchenko Viktor Fedorovich, Speaker at Plant Events
Keynote Presentation
Vashchenko Viktor Fedorovich, Yelets State University, Russian Federation

A model experiment with treatment with an exogenous hormone ethylene inhibitor and then foliar treatment with a nitrogen-containing complex fertilizer Chelatonik on potatoes showed a visual drooping of the apex visually drooping top vertically and then a return of erection. Hom [....] » Read More

Vittoria Locato, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Vittoria Locato, Campus Bio-Medico of Rome University, Italy

Plants have continuously to cope with changing environmental conditions. In this context, soil salinization is a major environmental challenge reducing the yield of crops, which are mostly salt sensitive species. Soil salinization primarily depends on geological processes, such a [....] » Read More

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

COVID-19 (coronavirus) plunges the world economy into the worst recession since World War II. As a result of severe distortions to domestic supply and demand, trade, and finance, economic activity in advanced economies is expected to contract by 7% in 2020. The world's agricu [....] » Read More

Md Amirul Alam, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Md Amirul Alam, University Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia

The biggest challenge of the present time is the global climate change which is clearly having a severe adverse effect on the entire environment including nature; from where it is not possible to get rid of immediately. This change did not happen overnight but gradually over many [....] » Read More

Hisashi Okamoto, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hisashi Okamoto, Mori laboratory of Plant Physiology, Japan

The simplest and scientific method to determine the bioelectric activity of a plant root is the measurement of the“trans-root electric potential” (TRP), i.e. the electric potential difference between the xylem apoplast and the earth surrounding the root. (Okamoto & [....] » Read More

Tse Min Lee, Speaker at Plant Biology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tse Min Lee, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is a model microalga for the study of fatt aacid biosynthesis and carbon allocation towards lipid accumulation in the form of triacylglycerol as lipid body after nitrogen starvation. Several studies have reveal the metabolic manipulation in the partition [....] » Read More

Ren Na, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Ren Na, Institute of Cereal and Oil Crops, Hebei Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, China

To develop a ALSV-based gRNA delivery system, the Cas9-based Csy4-processed ALSV Carry (CCAC) system was developed. In this system, we engineered the soybean-infecting ALSV to carry and deliver gRNA(s). The endoribonuclease Csy4 effectively releases gRNAs that function efficientl [....] » Read More

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

This study investigated the physiological, biochemical, and molecular mechanisms that triggered in post-germination and seedlings of four durum wheat (Triticum durum L.) cultivars (Umqais, Hurani75, Sham1, and Acsad65) in response to water deficit (80%, 50% and 20% water holding [....] » Read More

Uday Bhan Prajapati, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Uday Bhan Prajapati, Patanjali Research Institute, India

During Presentation author tried to explain Plant Taxonomy, The International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (ICN), DNA Barcodiing, The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG), Advantage of DNA barcoding, Its Application, Barcode limitations and about Worldwide DNA Ba [....] » Read More

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

The lignocellulosic wastes viz., peanut shell, wheat straw, rice bran, coconut shell, orange peels, etc. are generated in huge amount. These wastes are disposed directly to the landfills. The management of these lignocellulosic wastes is necessary, which can be done by conversion [....] » Read More

Sara Bosi, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Sara Bosi, Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, Italy

Over the last decade, about 6.1 billion kilograms of the herbicide glyphosate [N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine] have been applied worldwide. Despite being the most heavily applied herbicide in the world, in 2015 glyphosate was classified as ‘probably carcinogenic to humans&rsqu [....] » Read More

Dan Singh Jakhar, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Dan Singh Jakhar, Agriculture University, Jodhpur, India

Turcicum leaf blight (TLB) incited by Exserohilum turcicum is a most persistent and destructive foliar disease of maize in a range of countries, including India. In Indian scenario, the states of Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Orissa, and Andhra Pradesh [....] » Read More

Sergei Rodimtsev, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Sergei Rodimtsev, Orel State University named after IS Turgenev, Russian Federation

To predict the yield, some current indicators of the vegetation process are used, which are associated with the productivity of the crop. The results of the methodology for predicting grain yields based on the maximum value of the NDVI index, when the heading phase has begun, are [....] » Read More

Mohammad Shameem Al Mamun, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Mohammad Shameem Al Mamun, Bangladesh Tea Research Institute, Bangladesh

Tea (Camellia sinensis L.) is a major cash crop as well as export commodity of Bangladesh meeting almost the entire domestic demand. Tea plants are subjected to the attack of several insect, mites and nematodes. Globally 1034 species of arthropods and 82 species of nematodes are [....] » Read More

Lovina Udoh, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation
Lovina Udoh, Akwa Ibom State University, Nigeria

Cassava is a widely grown staple in Sub-Saharan Africa and consumed as a cheap source of calories, but the crop is deficient in micronutrients including pro-vitamin A carotenoids. This challenge is currently being addressed through biofortification breeding that relies on phenoty [....] » Read More

Sama Rahimi Devin, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation
Sama Rahimi Devin, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

In modern agriculture, it is a high priority to seek eco-friendly ways to enhance plant growth and promote crop productivity. Biostimulants are a group of substances derived from natural origin contributing towards boosting plant yield and nutrient uptake, while reducing the depe [....] » Read More

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