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3rd Annual Congress on Plant Biology & Agricultural Sciences, will be organized around the theme “Theme: "Evaluating Plant Science Innovations for A Sustainable Green Future"”

Plant Biology 2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Plant Biology 2022

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Plant Biology is a branch of biology which deals with plant life and its development and Plant Biology covers wide range of scientific aspects like plant structure, plant growth, plant reproduction, plant metabolism, plant development, plant diseases, and plant chemical properties and plant evolutionary relationships.

  • Track 1-1Plant Environment Interaction
  • Track 1-2Genetic variations
  • Track 1-3Genome sequencing

Plant breeding is simply carrying out alteration and manipulation in genetic constitution of a plant to develop a      desired characteristic in a plant in order to enhance its competency. A plant can be made resistance to drastic environmental stresses or to infectious agent. It has always been an arena of extensive research as to maintain  food sustainability for increasing population. Plant breeders across the globe have developed various hybrid and    new varieties of plant.

  • Track 2-1texture, ionic balance, fertility
  • Track 2-2soil science
  • Track 2-3biogenesis

Plant genetics is that branch of science that specifically deals with study of genetic makeup, evolution to some extent and hereditary characters etc. Gregor Mendel is known as “father of modern plant genetics” and genomics is basically sequencing of genome of a plant and to find out different marker, conserved, functional and non-functional genes. Advances in computational biology these days have led to revolution in Plant genomics.

Plant tissue culture is culturing a mature plant from a callus grown from an ex-plant (any plant part), in controlled environment conditions by various techniques in laboratory and later can be planted in soil. A German botanist Guttlieb haberlandt is regarded as “father of plant tissue culture”. A callus grows in nutrient media with all essential growth promoters and optimum conditions. Tissue cultured plants grow at faster rates as compared to the conventional ones.

  • Track 4-1Plant hormones & Nutrition
  • Track 4-2Biotic and Abiotic stress in plants
  • Track 4-3Applications of plant tissue culture

Microbes are present everywhere and hence in soil, air, water etc., for a plant that grows in soil, absorbs water from soil and survives in air, interacts with variety of microbes. These interactions can be useful or hostile too. Many microbes form symbiotic relationship with plant roots and aid in growth and development like mycorhiza whereas some can cause infections and retards development or effect productivity. The rhizosphere effect explains plant microbe interactions at best.

Plant enzymes are made up of amino acids, performing various specialized functions in plant metabolic activities and take part in growth and development. Different classes of plant enzymes include proteases, lipases, amylases, nitrogenase etc. They act as catalysts in metabolic reactions and hence biosynthesizing various useful products. Plants produce different therapeutic and daily need products naturally

All the catabolic and anabolic reactions together constitutes metabolism of a cell. In plant cells, all reactions chemical and physiological make up metabolism of plant. Reactions like photosynthesis, respiration and breakdown of organic, non- organic compounds into simpler molecules and all pathways going on in a cell for regular growth and development. In all these reactions, the chemo diversity of plant cells plays a vital role. Presence of variety of metabolites aids in carrying them out

  • Track 7-1Plant activators
  • Track 7-2Systemic acquired resistance
  • Track 7-3Signal transduction

Plant biophysics is basically an interdisciplinary science, bridging gaps between biology and physical quantities like light energy, electricity, heat etc., and responses of biological entities (plant cells) to them. Modeling these sciences together will put forth a new arena of research and improved plant varieties to overcome the issues of less productivity and increased population.

Biochemistry of plants basically deals with the molecular mechanisms or pathways that are carried out in a plant cell. It involves photosynthesis, respiration and other metabolic pathways. It deals with food formation, translocation from source to sink, all comes under plant biochemistry. All the essential metabolic pathways in a plant cell are based upon interaction between biological and chemical molecules in a cell.

Plant molecular biology is the study of molecular basis of plant life, genetic constituents of cells and their characteristics. The coding of proteins by specific genes for a particular function and alteration of molecular mechanisms to develop a new enhanced variety. Molecular biology studies have the potential to bring revolutionary changes in agricultural sciences and to develop variety of new hybrids, in combination with different aspects of biotechnology.

Plant plasticity is the virtue by which a plant adept itself in an adaptation to surpass or survive through a changed or unfavorable condition at times. A plant being immobile has to deal with varying environmental conditions and to keep its physiology and morphology intact is the key to survival. Plant plasticity refers to all those changes that aid a plant’s survival. Plants can also show plasticity to save them from predators and different pests.

  • Track 11-1Drug discovery from natural sources and Herbal Medicines
  • Track 11-2Natural products in plant medicine
  • Track 11-3Microbiology and Phycology

Nanotechnology is a science that deals with nanomaterial and molecules in Nano range. Bulk matter and its Nano particles have different characteristics; they have varied shape, size, chemical and physical properties. Nanoparticles have large surface to volume ratios, they are very target specific because of small size. These days a lot of researches are going on, specially towards green biosynthesis of Nanoparticles by using plants. The amalgamations of natural therapeutic properties of plants have proven to enhance conventional properties many folds. For e.g.; Neem Nano particles using Silver or tin metals.

  • Track 12-1Primary growth of plant
  • Track 12-2Comparative Morphology
  • Track 12-3Adventitious Root Formation

To survive in this world the occupation of farming plays an important role as it provides maximum needs for human beings to live in this world. But in the advancement of the technologies with the invention of the Internet of Things, Automation (Smarter technologies) is replacing the traditional methodologies which in cause resulting in wide range improvement of the Fields. Now we are in the state of automation where the up gradation of smarter technologies is improving day by day in maximum sectors starting from smart homes, waste management, vehicles, industries, Farming, health, grids, and so on. In the field of Farming, the improvement with the implementation of Automation is also taking place with the invention of the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, etc. Applications related to precision agriculture and technologies related to farm management and robotic automation etc. will benefit the environment a lot and will increase the overall efficiency. This system measures a number of different physical parameters to help in decision making like type of soil, irrigated, or non-irrigated land using IOT with the help of sensors. The data collected from the sensors will be monitored and further, the farmers will be able to know which crop is in demand, the availability of fertilizers and insecticides for that crop, climatic conditions using AI. Further, using IoT our system will provide automated maintenance of humidity/water level and automated maintenance of the fertility of the soil.

Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) prepares individuals to organize and manage environmentally sound, technology-based businesses. The program's emphasis is on planning and directing an industry or business project with responsibility for results. ASM is based on an understanding of how equipment and buildings are used with plants and animals and their products. These processes require an understanding of the biological sciences to produce and maintain top product quality.

The Section “Agricultural Economics, Policies, and Rural Management" aims to publish cutting-edge and interdisciplinary research that advances understanding of issues and challenges in the broadly defined areas of agricultural economics, development policies, and rural management. The audience of this Section is global and the Section welcomes articles from a diverse range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches that engage with and contribute to sustainable agricultural and/or rural development. The focus is on economic analysis and policies relevant for agricultural and/or rural sectors. Articles addressing contemporary issues dealing with agriculture and food economics, development policies, ICT, agribusiness, climate change, sustainable agriculture, productivity and efficiency, poverty and sustainable livelihoods, rural–urban migration, and rural management are especially welcomed. The Section also welcomes critical reviews and syntheses of current state of affairs in agricultural economics, policies, and rural management.

The section “Agricultural Product Quality and Safety” welcomes original research and review articles that provide novel insights into all topics related to the composition, quality, safety, and security of agricultural produce and derived products (fresh-cut products, oil, wine, juices, etc.). The scope of submission includes all aspects of quality (chemistry, sensory, pathology, nutritional, and health-promoting properties), postharvest operations (quality evaluation, preservation, storage, packaging, commercial handling, trade, and distribution), and processing.


The production and consumption of food is one of the major determinants of environmental degradation at the global scale. Likewise, individual dietary choices determine serious impacts on human health, due to an ever-growing demand for highly processed foods, refined sugars, refined fats, oils, and meats.

Unless radical changes are implemented on the production and consumption sides, global trends of population growth, increased affluence, and dietary choices are likely to worsen the impacts of food systems. The resource requirements and emissions vary widely among foods, food production systems, and regions, thus requiring assessment methods that take into account such diversity.


In agricultural soils, as long as the climate, soil type and crop management practices are favorable for the development of a substantial soil fauna population, high soil fauna activity can lead to the formation of a strongly biogenic soil structure, dominated by excrements and channels.


Horticulture science is related to both the science as well as aesthetics for growing flowers. Flowers have been playing a significant role in ecology and enhancing aesthetics for any place. Horticulturists are the specialists in horticulture sciences, the art of cultivating edible fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and ornamental plants, augmenting their quality and marketing. There are three areas in horticulture pomology, floriculture and ornamental horticulture.

Crop production is a common agricultural practice followed by worldwide farmers to grow and produce crops to use as food and fiber. This practice includes all the feed sources that are required to maintain and produce crops. ... Application of manure, pesticides, and fertilizers to the crops.


Plant Biology is a branch of biology which deals with plant life and its development and Plant Biology covers wide range of scientific aspects like plant structure, plant growth, plant reproduction, plant metabolism, plant development, plant diseases, and plant chemical properties and plant evolutionary relationships.

  • Track 21-1Methods of plant breeding
  • Track 21-2Molecular plant breeding
  • Track 21-3Applications of plant breeding

The scope includes such diverse aspects as irrigation and drainage of cultivated areas, collection and storage of precipitation water in relation to soil properties and vegetation cover; the role of ground and surface water in nutrient cycling, water balance problems, exploitation and protection of water resources, control of flooding, erosion and desert creep, water quality and pollution both by, and of, agricultural water, effects of land uses on water resources, water for recreation in rural areas, and economic and legal aspects of water use. Basic soil-water-plant relationships will be considered only as far as is relevant to agricultural water management.

  • Track 22-1Callus and suspension Culture
  • Track 22-2Epigenetics and DNA methylation studies
  • Track 22-3Applications of Plant Tissue Culture
  • Track 22-4Microbial Genomics
  • Track 22-5Morphological studies
  • Track 22-6Anatomical studies
  • Track 22-7Aspects of morphology and anatomy