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September 11-13, 2023 | Valencia, Spain

GPMB 2023

Benigno Villalon, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Benigno Villalon, Texas A & M University, United States

Forty years of Plant Science Research and exercise has transformed me from a Plant Pathologist/Virologist/Pepper Breeder to a student of the science of foods for health, and a human disease prevention information gatherer. The USA wastes over $3.5 trillion trying to keep its sick [....] » Read More

Leandro Camargo Neves, Speaker at Plant Events
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Leandro Camargo Neves, Roraima Federal University, Brazil

It is not recent that phenolic compounds have attracted much attention in the researchers of chemical compounds capable to providing great benefits to human health. Camu-camu, one of the main representative specie of Mirtaceae family, has been studied in recent years and, as a re [....] » Read More

Valasia Iakovoglou, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Valasia Iakovoglou, UNESCO, Greece

The predicted climatic alterations due to increased temperature levels indicate that the arid and semi-arid ecosystems, will experience increased levels water scarcity. Hence, restoration efforts for those regions like the Mediterranean, will further experience many transplanting [....] » Read More

Rajamani Raman, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Rajamani Raman, Annamalai University, India

Agriculture is extremely vulnerable to climate change. The impact of climate change is directly or indirectly related to crop, water and soil as it influences the water availability, changes the intensity and frequencies of drought, effects on beneficial microbial population, soi [....] » Read More

Vashchenko Victor Fedorovich, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Vashchenko Victor Fedorovich, Yelets State University, Russian Federation

The balance status of a plant is a fundamental value. It is precisely its constant adjustment by the balance of hormones that allows not only adapting to stressful weather conditions, they control all the quantitative indicators of the plant, which are called yield elements in ag [....] » Read More

Olivier Ufitese Muhoza, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Olivier Ufitese Muhoza, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

For centuries, our parents had their technics for seed production, selection, multiplication, and conservation. The systems were self-sustainable, robust, well adapted to the environmental changes, and precisely transferred from generation to generation. The practice was chemical [....] » Read More

Pramod Kumar Gupta, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Pramod Kumar Gupta, Trees For The Fututure LLC, United States

The Douglas fir is a very important tree of North America, occurring from British Columbia to Washington, Oregon, and California. Douglas-fir propagates naturally from seed. Asexual methods of propagation of proven superior genotypes have not been very successful due to poor root [....] » Read More

 Jorge Luiz Farias de Souza, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jorge Luiz Farias de Souza, Federal University of Pernambuco Bioscience Center, Brazil

The municipality of Rio Formoso located 92 km from Recife is included in a State Environmental Protection Area – APA de Guadalupe (State Decree No. 19,635, of March 13, 1997), located in the southern portion of the southern coast of the state of Pernambuco, covering part of [....] » Read More

Martine Monique Solange Lapouble, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Martine Monique Solange Lapouble, SCEA Convivencia PA, France Metropolitan

The forest and the trees, its subtrats and its mycorhizes, under an hoter climate is the humanity safety. The forest creates water springs, brings rain and coolness.The forest could nourrish us. It can also, cure us.Trees and mushroons create a biome. Both cannot live by themselv [....] » Read More

Snjezana Mihaljevi, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Snjezana Mihaljevi, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia (Hrvatska)

Viroids are the smallest known plant pathogens that consist of a single-stranded, circular, non-protein-coding RNA molecule and use the host transcriptional machinery to replicate and spread in plants. Because of their global distribution, viroids are capable of causing severe di [....] » Read More

Ayman Mohamed Abd El Razek Ahmed, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ayman Mohamed Abd El Razek Ahmed, Agriculture Research Center, Egypt

Two field experiments were carried out at two locations, i.e. Shandweel Research Station (Sohag Governorate) and Kom Ombo Research Station (Aswan Governorate) for the two successive seasons 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 (two plant cane) to evaluate 7 sugarcane genotypes for the stabili [....] » Read More

Mahmoud Magdy Abbas, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mahmoud Magdy Abbas, National Research Centre, Egypt

Experiments were carried out in green house  to investigate the allelopathic potentiality of celery residues at (3,5,7%W:W) on two types of legume plants(broad bean, Pea). The results showed  increases in a shoot and root length, dry weight and leaves area in all treatm [....] » Read More

James Richardson, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
James Richardson, University College Cork, Ireland

Crops face numerous challenges in a changing world. The importance of wild relatives in providing novel genetic material that could be useful in dealing with these challenges will be highlighted using the tribe Theobromeae, which includes Theobroma cacao, the source of chocolate, [....] » Read More

Ade Rosmana, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ade Rosmana, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia

Cacao is a major cash crop in Indonesia, confronted actually by the emergence of new pests and diseases. Changes in the growing environment, including soil nutrient deficiency, long dry season, high sunshine intensity, high temperature, and flooding, are likely responsible for th [....] » Read More

Itji Diana Daud, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Itji Diana Daud, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia

Tribolium castaneum is a significant pest in wheat flour but can attack other processed food ingredients. The presence of T. castaneum causes physical and chemical changes in processed products. Physical damage in the form of color changes in processed products, while chemical da [....] » Read More

 Ashok Kumar, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Ashok Kumar, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University of Agriculture and Technology, India

The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in modern agriculture has transformed farming on a different scale which has resulted in increased competence and reduced costs. It has also created decision making tools that increase agricultural productivity and mana [....] » Read More

Shikha Dixit, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shikha Dixit, Young Professional, India

An extensive yield-oriented breeding approach, climate change and a faster rate of adaptation of pathogens have rendered cultivated mustard (Brassica juncea) susceptible to many diseases including Alternaria blight caused by Alternaria brassicae. Past research has established tha [....] » Read More

Tonu Angaila Chithung, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Tonu Angaila Chithung, University of Delhi, India

miRNA biogenesis process is an intricate and complex event consisting of many proteins working in a highly coordinated fashion. Most of these proteins have been studied in Arabidopsis; however, their orthologs and functions have not been explored in other plant species. In the pr [....] » Read More

Soma Ghosh, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Soma Ghosh, University of Delhi, India

Unlike animals, plants are rooted and they have to face external environment. Also, they do not possess nervous system in order to fight against unfavorable condition.  During the course of evolution, plants have developed calcium (Ca2+) signalling in order to response again [....] » Read More

Lokesh Kumar Saini, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Lokesh Kumar Saini, University of Delhi South Campus, India

Plant growth and development are governed by selective protein synthesis and degradation. Ubiquitination mediated protein degradation is governed by activating enzyme E1 followed by conjugating enzyme E2 and E3 ligase. Plant Armadillo (ARM) repeat/U-box (PUB) protein family is on [....] » Read More

Sanjay G Bhave, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sanjay G Bhave, Dr B S Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, India

The concept of sustainability rests on the principle of not wasting any resources that may become useful to the future generation. Presently food security, human health improvement and environmental sustainability are the challenging issues. Sustainable development is considered [....] » Read More

Jitin Rahul, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jitin Rahul, Sharda University, India

The main cause of soil contamination comes from wastes produced by mining, chemical, metal processing, and other related sectors. Many other substances, such as heavy metals, phenol, organic materials, non-metals, etc., are included in these wastes. Both essential and non-essenti [....] » Read More

Onuoha ThankGod, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Onuoha ThankGod, Novena University, Nigeria

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emergence is a major environmental problem of concern all over the world. The impact as a result of climate change on the activities of urban dwellers in warri has been studied. The study was aimed at determining the concentration of polycyclic ar [....] » Read More

Tsitsi Sithandiwe Maponga, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Tsitsi Sithandiwe Maponga, South African Environmental Observation Network, South Africa

Mistletoes are a keystone species that influence plant and resource heterogeneity in semi-arid savannas. They enhance nutrients underneath tree canopies via high leaf turnover, nutrient-rich litter, and highly decomposable leaf litter, which also facilitate host litter decomposit [....] » Read More

Michael Adedotun Oke, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Michael Adedotun Oke, Michael Adedotun Oke Foundation, Nigeria

The plausible assumption is that animals that remove and consume bark are doing so to supplement their diet with some important nutrient, trace element, or mineral (Camperio Ciani et al. 2001; Nichols et al. 2016; Welch et al. 1987). This is typically believed to be sodium, and A [....] » Read More

Liang Chen, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Liang Chen, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

The purine alkaloids, including caffeine, theobromine, and theacrine, are one of the most important quality and functional components of tea plants and commercial teas. In this paper, we review the component, biosynthetic mechanism and genetic variation of purine alkaloids in tea [....] » Read More

Andres Cortes, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Andres Cortes, Colombian Corporation for Agricultural Research, Colombia

Crop susceptible to drought and heat stress is increasing due to climate change. Consequently, new analytical strategies are urgently required to determine sources of adaptation, and pyramid them into new sustainable cultivars for food security. Here we offer an overview on how m [....] » Read More

Odeseye Adebola Olayemi, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Odeseye Adebola Olayemi, Nigerian institute of science laboratory technology, Nigeria

Cowpea [Vigna unguiculate (L.) Walp.] is a grain legume grown in throughout the tropical and subtropical areas of the world and largely in sub-Saharan Africa.  It is one of the less expensive, available sources of plant protein for human consumption. The genetic study of cow [....] » Read More

Moses Muriithi Mathenge, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Moses Muriithi Mathenge, Karatina University, Kenya

Genetic transformation of yams asexually propagated has been widely used as a tool for yams improvement and as a vital part of the development of functional genomics resources, there has been no report of any existing Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of yam (Dioscorea spp.) [....] » Read More

Amor Slama, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Amor Slama, University of Carthage, Sciences Faculty of Bizerte, Tunisia

Cereal species are primordial sources of human and animal nutrition worldwide. Our challenge in the coming years is to develop more productive cultivars in order to satisfy food requirements. Due to the climatic change and the global warming, the temperature and the water scarcit [....] » Read More

Nadia Haider, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Nadia Haider, Atomic Energy Commission, Syrian Arab Republic

The damask rose Rosa damascena Mill. is one of the most important ancient roses. It took its importance and fame and spread throughout the world due to its great aromatic, medicinal, cosmetic and nutritional benefits. Because of the great economic importance of R. damascena in Sy [....] » Read More

Salma Tissaoui, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Salma Tissaoui, National Agronomic Institute of Tunsia, Tunisia

Tan spot, caused by Pyrenophora tritici-repentis, is a major wheat foliar disease worldwide, and it has become common in Tunisia. The necrotrophic fungus produces distinct host-specific toxins responsible for inducing necrosis or chlorosis symptoms in susceptible genotypes. The a [....] » Read More

Lillia Lembrouk, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Lillia Lembrouk, Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria

In order to characterize the diversity of the flora of Kabylia, a qualitative inventory of plant species was conducted in the stations : Sidi Ali Bounab, Redjaouna and Mizrana (Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria).The inventory of flora collected during the spring season (2022) has made it possi [....] » Read More

Obara Justus, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Obara Justus, Egerton University, Kenya

Maize is the most important cereal crop in the world. Over 300 million people in sub-Saharan Africa depend on the crop for food. The emergency of maize lethal necrosis disease (MLND) in the Eastern Central Africa in the last decade has been of economic importance. MLND is caused [....] » Read More

Jean Kumbirayi Nzuma, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jean Kumbirayi Nzuma, cientific & Industrial Research & Development Centre, Zimbabwe

Onion (Allium cepa L.) is one of the most important vegetable crops grown by smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe. Yield and productivity of the crop is still low (9.74t/ha) compared to the world (over 19.3t/ha). This is attributed to several factors including poor nutrient management [....] » Read More

Berna Tunali, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Berna Tunali, Ondokuz Mayis University, Turkey

Fusarium oxysporum is a ubiquitous species complex of soil-borne plant pathogens, each of which includes many different highly host-specific forms. Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici (FOL), which is a wilting agent and  F. oxysporum f.sp. radicis lycopersici (FORL) causing [....] » Read More

Ryan Tay, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Ryan Tay, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore

Plant probiotic bacteria are plant-associated microorganisms that, when applied in a specific amount, improve the growth and yield of the host plants while also suppressing diseases. These plant probiotics have been shown to improve the production of phytohormones, antibiotics, a [....] » Read More

Panagiota I Kontou, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Panagiota I Kontou, University of Thessaly, Greece

Stevia rebaudiana and hop (Humulus lupulus) are aromatic plants of great importance in agrifood-sector industry, i.e., stevia for its almost zero calorie sweetening power, and hop for the plethora of aromas, tastes, and colours that confers to beer. These two aromatic plants are [....] » Read More

Anuradha Pandey, Speaker at Botany Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Anuradha Pandey, Central University of Rajasthan, India

Fibrillin family members play multiple roles in growth, development, and protection against dehydration stress. However, genome-wide identification of fibrillin (FBN) genes and their roles in dehydration stress has not yet been characterized in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). In this [....] » Read More

Anjali Shailani, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Anjali Shailani, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

In plants, the two-component system (TCS) is a histidine-to-aspartate phosphorelay-based signaling system. The rice genome contains a diverse TCS signaling machinery that includes 11 histidine kinases (OsHKs), 5 histidine phosphotransferases (OsHPTs), and 36 response regulators ( [....] » Read More

Punam Sharma, Speaker at Botany Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Punam Sharma, Central University Of Rajasthan, India

The endoplasmic reticulum has been likened to the production and packaging department of a manufacturing plant, an action-packed synthesis area that distributes manufactured things to the rest of the cell. The ER serves as a multifaceted gatekeeper of the secretory biosynthetic p [....] » Read More

Meziani, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Meziani, Sidi-Bel-Abbes, Algeria

Domesticated cereals (wheat, rice, corn, barley) contribute considerably to human nutrition providing energy, protein, micronutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants. In wheat, starch and protein accumulate in the whereas most of the phytonutrients are found in the aleurone [....] » Read More

Demmouche, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Demmouche, Faculty of Natural Sciences and life-Djillali Liabes University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria

Ginseng is a perennial herbaceous plant from the araliaceae family which belongs to the genus panax, especially cultivated in korea, ginseng is recognized for its general tonic effect, useful for invigorating the body of tired or weakened people, in particular due to its anti-inf [....] » Read More

Medjdoub Bensaad Ferroudja, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Medjdoub Bensaad Ferroudja, Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria

The bean weevil, Bruchus rufimanus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) is an insect whose adults feed on nectar and pollen from the host plant Vicia faba. The larvae develop at the expense of the reserves contained in the cotyledons of the bean seeds, which lose their taste quality and t [....] » Read More

Mona Yassin, Speaker at Botany Conference
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Mona Yassin, Elrazi university, Sudan

The lack of treatment option for COVID-19 raised many concerns among population worldwide so many people have turned to finding alternative solution to prevent or reduce the symptoms of the virus including use of medicinal herb to evaluate and strengthen immunity or reduce the po [....] » Read More

Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, University Of Sonora, Mexico

Arid and semi-arid zones occupy a little more than half of the territory in Mexico. It is estimated that they house some six thousand plant species, of which about 50% are exclusive to our country. The Seris (COMCAAC), an Amerindian people living in the west-central Mexican state [....] » Read More

Jorge A Zavala, Speaker at Botany Conference
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Jorge A Zavala, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Over the last decades, Argentine and Brazilian farmers have adopted no-tillage cultivation systems and multiple cropping, which have decreased the abundance of traditional pests, such as Nezara viridula, and favored the development of some stink bugs of secondary importance, like [....] » Read More

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

In order to achieve the goals of FAO to increase the sustainability of food production and agriculture, it is necessary to solve the problems of nutrition, health and the environment, combined with the rapid spread of accessible information and communication technologies, support [....] » Read More

Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Speaker at Plant Events
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Bihar Institute of Public Administration & Rural Development, India

In this paper, an assessment of environmental quality loss function deployment is presented. Indian double roller cotton ginning environmental quality loss function concept that combines resource inputs, product or service cost, target and environmental climatic stewardship varia [....] » Read More

Anoop Kumar Srivastava, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Anoop Kumar Srivastava, ICAR-Central Citrus Research Institute, India

Different fruit crops sequestering atmospheric carbon in their perennial framework display their ability to moderate climate change-related issues on one hand and elevate the crop fertilising ability via microbes as part of green biology on the other hand. Better responsiveness o [....] » Read More

Priyanka Kushwaha, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Priyanka Kushwaha, University of Arizona, United States

Successful phytoremediation of acidic metal-contaminated mine tailings requires amendments to condition tailing properties prior to plant establishment. This conditioning process is complex and includes multiple changes in tailings properties. Particularly, little is known about [....] » Read More

Borja Barbero Barcenilla, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Borja Barbero Barcenilla, Texas A&M University, United States

To realize NASA’s goal of human colonization of Mars and the Moon by 2050, plants will be required for food production, carbon dioxide removal, oxygen production and water purification. Understanding plant adaptation to spaceflight is therefore essential for human space exp [....] » Read More

Abdul Khalil Gardezi, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Abdul Khalil Gardezi, Graduate College, Mexico

Soil contamination with toxic metals has become a serious global problem, with the potential to impact human health via the food chain. One promising solution is phytoremediation, the use of plants to reduce the presence of hazardous substances in the environment. This study ai [....] » Read More

Elena Mateos Martinez, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Elena Mateos Martinez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

The change in pigmentation of the leaves of deciduous trees has an effect on the photosynthetic capacity during the autumnal senescence process and, therefore, the contribution to carbon dioxide removal is altered by changes in the photosynthetic efficiency of the leaves. Five de [....] » Read More

Enrique Figueroa Luque, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Enrique Figueroa Luque, University of Seville, Spain

Limoniastrum monopetalum is a wild shrub (Plumbaginaceae), growing naturally in coastal salt marshes and new sandy deposits in estuaries of the Mediterranean coast. This species shows a high colonizing capacity in the sandy deposits growing in the form of successive hooks. Additi [....] » Read More

Vashchenko Victor Fedorovich, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Vashchenko Victor Fedorovich, Yelets State University, Russian Federation

Plant hormones control plant growth and development from embryogenesis without IAA glycosides without turning on gene expression from storage substances to reproductive development. The initial cell of the apex is able to choose, through hormones, the path and degree of response [....] » Read More

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

Sprayer boom vertical oscillation is a big problem for even distribution of crop protection products. There are ways to change the nozzle spray angle to compensate for vertical fluctuations. However, in order to develop an optimal design of an adaptive nozzle, a theoretical justi [....] » Read More

Narendra Pratap Singh, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Narendra Pratap Singh, ICAR-Central Coastal Agricultural Research Institute, India

The Konkan Region comprising Goa, Karnataka (Uttar Kannada), and Maharashtra (Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, and Raigad) are part of the Western Ghats, which have a wide range of flora and fauna. This region is a biodiversity hotspot due to its warm, humid climate and intense rainy seaso [....] » Read More

Iram Siddique, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Iram Siddique, Aligarh Muslim University, India

Medicinal plants have been used since the inception of civilization but human influence on natural ecosystems, over-exploitation, habitat destruction and unsustainable harvesting coupled with illegal trade practices have driven many medicinal plant species to the brink of extinct [....] » Read More

F K Chaudhary, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
F K Chaudhary, Research Scientist, Agroforestry Research Station, Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University, India

Muskmelon is native to Persia, Iran and a secondary center including the northwest provinces of India including Kashmir. In India, its popularly known as Kharbujam in SANSKRIT. High fiber and water content are a great natural healer for people suffering from indigestion, constipa [....] » Read More

Vijayata Singh, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Vijayata Singh, ICAR-Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, India

Salinity is currently one of the most severe abiotic factors which limits agricultural production. To meet out the demand for oilseed and pulses is required to increase either crop productivity or use underutilized area by the intervention of tolerant varieties for salt stress. W [....] » Read More

Sunita Kushwah, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Sunita Kushwah, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University, India

Climate change is considered as one of the major environmental problems of present century which includes change in average weather conditions and occurrence of extreme weather events as well. This may be due to natural internal processes or persistent anthropogenic activities vi [....] » Read More

K N Gupta, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
K N Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru Agriculture University, India

Sesame is one of the world’s oldest spice and oilseed crop originated in Africa. It is cultivated in different parts of the world like India, China, Nigeria, Myanmar and Tanzania. In India, sesame crop is grown in all parts of country and occupies an area of 16.03 lakh ha w [....] » Read More

Darshan Panda, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Darshan Panda, ICAR-National Rice Research Institute, India

At the grain-filling stage, low light (LL) stress severely decreases the quality and quantity of starch accumulation in rice grains. We showed that LL-induced deficient starch biosynthesis is mediated by auxin homeostasis, which affects the activities of important carbohydrate me [....] » Read More

Kiran, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Kiran, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, India

Although silicon (Si) is the second-most common element in the crust of the planet, it is not thought to be crucial for plant feeding. Si, however, appears to have a positive effect on the growth and development of many plant species, according to both study findings and real- wo [....] » Read More

Shiwani Bhatnagar, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Shiwani Bhatnagar, Arid Forest Research Institute, India

Biodiversity and climate crises are intertwined, therefore rather than tackling them as separate problems, we should address them together as one. For maintaining balance, pollinator conservation and sustainability of ecosystem are two important areas which needs attention of not [....] » Read More

Mengyu Zhao, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Mengyu Zhao, Guizhou University, China

AP2/ERF transcription factor family members have been identified to play important roles in abiotic stress responses. In this study, the full-length coding sequence of the FtDREB6 gene was cloned with a length of 615 bp, which encodes for 204 amino acids residues, with a molecula [....] » Read More

Xiang Lu, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Xiang Lu, Guizhou University, China

Tartary buckwheat is an environmentally friendly crop but sensitive to salt stress, and salt stress result in water loss, stomatal closure, affect photosynthesis and metabolism, and reduce yield and quality of buckwheat. Thus, it is crucial to understand the mechanism of buckwhea [....] » Read More

Ali Ammar, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Ali Ammar, University of Agriculture, Pakistan

Maize is commonly referred as "Queen of Cereals" because of its major share in the world's food security. Globally it is ranked as 3rd important cereal crop. It provides food, feed and edible oil with low cholesterol levels for humans as well as for livestock. It is [....] » Read More

Iqtidar Hussain, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Iqtidar Hussain, Gomal University, Pakistan

Decomposed leaves litter of some our forest trees have determining impacts on germination and seedling development and economic yield of the crops underneath them. In vivo conditions, exogenous application of aqueous phyto extract of their residues of trees in lower concentration [....] » Read More

Muhammad Arshad Ullah, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Muhammad Arshad Ullah, PARC, Pakistan

Cranberry fruit (Vaccinium macrocarpon) grows on evergreen shrubs that are native to North America. Cranberry is a term derived from the contraction of ‘‘crane berry.’’ This name is derived from the nickname of the bilberry flower, which, when it withers, [....] » Read More

Zenzile Khetsha, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Zenzile Khetsha, Central University of Technology, South Africa

Extreme abiotic stress factors such as hail, defoliation, salinity, and moisture stress can affect biosynthesis of essential oils. This study aimed to investigate the potential use of two plant stress hormones: abscisic acid (ABA) and methyl jasmonate (MeJA) on essential oil bios [....] » Read More

Hajaji Afef, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Hajaji Afef, Agricultural research and education institute, Tunisia

Growth performance and antioxidative system of salt treated-Moringa oleifera were exanimated in presence of citric acid as a component of response to abiotic stress. Germinated Moringa oleifera seeds were transferred on sandy and vermicular (1/2 w/w) soil and watered by Hoagland [....] » Read More

Faith Ayobami Bankole, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Faith Ayobami Bankole, First Technical University, Nigeria

Maize, a staple for millions across sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), faces major biotic constraints affecting production and safety of the crop. These include northern corn leaf blight (NCLB), southern corn leaf blight (SCLB), Curvularia leaf spot (CLS), and aflatoxin contamination by E [....] » Read More

Sama Rahimi Devin, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Sama Rahimi Devin, Shiraz University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Vertical gardening systems can provide countless benefits from enhanced privacy, cooling and shade to the ability to create lush gardens even in very small spaces. Vertical gardens are becoming increasingly popular in large-scale establishments such as public spaces, residential [....] » Read More

Sophia Thao, Speaker at Plant Events
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Sophia Thao, California State University, United States

Histone H3 hosts post-translational modifications responsible for nucleosome formation and gene regulation in eukaryotic cells. De novo synthesis of histone H3 occurs in the cytosol before being trafficked to the nucleus. A previous study had incubated crude histone fractions wit [....] » Read More

D J Patel, Speaker at Botany Conference
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
D J Patel, Anand Agricultural University, India

Phytonematodes induce about Rs. 21 billion only in 24 crops covered under AICRP on Nematodes in India. However togather with other crops, it would be Rs. 100 billion plus annually. Root-Knots, Cysts, Stunt, reniform, Lance & burrowing nematodes are major ones. chemical nemati [....] » Read More

Neelam Kalakar, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Neelam Kalakar, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukharjee Science & Commerce College, India

Herbal medicinal plants are used to treat almost all of existing and new diseases all over the world. Commiphora mukul has leaves proven to medicinal and nutritional benefits. There is the most important medicinal properties such as antiarthritic, anti-obesity, antifertility, ant [....] » Read More

Chukwunalu Okolie Ossai, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Chukwunalu Okolie Ossai, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Nigeria

Yams (Dioscorea species) are important staples in Africa, propagated mostly through organogenesis in vitro with low multiplication ratio (1:4) as the starting explant is limited to the mother-plant’s nodal point. Somatic Embryogenesis could be a more viable alternative to o [....] » Read More

Moses Muga, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Moses Muga, University of Eldoret, Kenya

In Kenya, the importance of bananas cannot be underestimated more so women are at the frontline in sale, farming and maintainace of the crop. The main study objective was to determine the use of the micropropagation technique to improve banana production in the Nyamira region in [....] » Read More

Pratima Greedharry, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Pratima Greedharry, Food and Agricultural Research and Extension Institute, Mauritius

The present study investigates in vitro multiplication and bulbification of one imported garlic accession namely VFG158 and eleven local garlic accessions as listed: Beeharry, Boodnah, Bondah, Gooniah, Haulkhory, Ramdhuny, Ramjee, Rampall, Sujeebun, Sujeebun2 and Unuth through me [....] » Read More

Shoula Aboud Kharouf, Speaker at Botany Conference
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Shoula Aboud Kharouf, National Commission For Biotechnology, Syrian Arab Republic

Wheat rust diseases, caused by Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici (stripe or yellow rust), P. triticina f. sp. tritici (leaf or brown rust) and P. graminis f. sp. tritici (stem or black rust) are important factors affecting both durum and bread wheat. Theas diseases, especially [....] » Read More

Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Speaker at Plant Events
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Bihar Institute of Public Administration & Rural Development, India

In this research, Environmental Health impact Assessment (EHIA) process and green chemistry is discussed for the Indian chromium leather tanneries towards sustainable development as Indian cotton Double Roller (DR) ginning industries are using Chrome Composite Leather Clad (CCLC) [....] » Read More