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September 01-03, 2022 | Online Event

Plant Hormones

Plant Hormones
  • Phototropism
  • Plant Propagation
  • Plant-Microbe Symbioses
  • Phytohormones
  • Plant Growth Promoters
  • Plant Growth Inhibitors

Plant hormones include abscisic acid, auxin, gibberellins, ethylene, salicylic acid, cytokinins, strigolactones, nitrous (nitric) oxide and brassinosteroids. Plant tolerates the environmental stresses with the help of plant hormones.

Plant hormones involved in cell growth, cell expansion, cell division, plant growth to too tall, fall over, ripen fruits, thirst signals and tolerate stress.

Plant hormones are also called phytohormones which simply known as signal molecules produced with in plants in low concentration. Phytohormones occur in all plants in the plant kingdom i.e. from algae to higher plants with same function.

Plant hormones controls plant growth and development through embryogenesis and pathogen defence, stress tolerance, organ size regulation and reproductive development. Compare to animals, each plant cell is capable of producing hormones.

Committee Members
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Klaus Ammann

Klaus Ammann

University of Bern, Switzerland
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Jorge A Zavala

Jorge A Zavala

University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Pavlovskaya Ninel Efimovna

Pavlovskaya Ninel Efimovna

Orlov State Agricultural University, Russian Federation
GPMB 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Vashchenko Viktor Fedorovich

Vashchenko Viktor Fedorovich

Elets State University, Russian Federation
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Hisashi Okamoto

Hisashi Okamoto

Mori laboratory of Plant Physiology, Japan
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - Ewa Szwajczak

Ewa Szwajczak

Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Silesia, Poland
Speaker at Plant Science and Molecular Biology 2022 - V A Dragavtsev

V A Dragavtsev

Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution , Russian Federation

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