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Plant Biology 2023

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The Annual Congress on Plant Biology and Agricultural Sciences (Plant Biology 2023) will be held on 15-16 May 2023 in Madrid, Spain. This plant medicine conference is based on the theme “Exploring Future Advances in Plant Biology and Agricultural Sciences”. The Plant Biology Meeting is honored to host high-profile keynote speakers from around the world, as well as many concurrent oral and poster presentations, a young researchers' forum, delegates to discuss and share key plant science research related to the various sessions.
 
 
Attendees of the Plant Health Conference will attend our conference and learn about conventional large-scale farming, organic farming, new sustainable production practices, greenhouse farming, plant diseases, agricultural production, pest management issues and practices, and plant systems emerging in various agricultural landscapes. Meeting. This plant biology conference will also help the participants in learning about medicinal plants, field crops, fruits and vegetables, recreational and ornamental plants.
 
Plant Biology 2023 is one of the Plant Science meeting which is visited by all scientists, professors, researchers, botanists, agronomists, academicians to exchange new ideas and innovations from all over the world. This Congress of Plant Medicinal Sciences will help professionals learn the latest advances in the rapidly evolving field of plant biology and agricultural sciences, plant molecular genetics, plant metabolism, plant development, plant environmental physiology, and plant-microbe interactions.
 
This plant science conference brings together plant science researchers, botanists, agricultural scientists, agricultural researchers and students to present; and learn the latest advances; discuss their experiences, challenges in research; meet colleagues from all over the world; and establish new cooperation. It is truly where the plant biologist meets to understand the critical importance of plants for sustainable human existence, climate change, food security, preventive medicine and ecosystem services. We engaged in a variety of impressive plant biology events and agricultural meetings and developed incredible relationships that brought together researchers and associations.
 
Why participate???
 
Plant Biology 2023 emphasizes on its theme New research and major new tool for plant science research is an annual event that primarily focuses on plant breeding, its techniques and advances in them, with the aim of creating a world with better food security in such a huge population. So here top researchers, scholars, crop scientists, agronomists, professors, horticulturists, plant medicine academics, soil scientists and forestry experts will come together on an international platform and find better ways to overcome the problem of food insecurity by combining their expertise in areas other field related to plant biology. The two-day event will feature various keynote and plenary talks, oral and e-poster presentations, and various awards for the best posters and presentations, and scientists will be recognized. It will provide a platform for the exchange of information on technological developments, new scientific innovations and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs towards Plant Biology-2023. It provides a premier technical forum to express and learn about advanced research and development, as well as to introduce new applications, technologies and to explore new trends in plant science.
 
Our final program will focus on scientific sessions, plenary lectures, panel discussions, sessions on recent advances and emerging methodologies, making our event a great success.
 
Target audience:
 
Directors and CEOs of research-based companies
Companies engaged in the production of agricultural equipment.
Plant researchers.
Botanists and the Pale Botanist
Research and development companies.
Plant and agricultural association societies.
The science of medicinal and aromatic plants.
Entrepreneurs in agriculture and plant medicine.
Horticulture and landscaping.
Biochemists and biotechnologists
Research and PhD students
Professors and HODs
Students of life sciences
New entrepreneurs and their research
Scientists related to plant cell biology
Academics related to cell biology and plant research
 

Session and Tracks

 
Plant biotechnology is the technique of manipulating plants to meet certain requirements. The seed is the primary source for germinating a new plant in the traditional technique, but the advanced approach is self-sufficient and combines multiple needs to obtain the desired traits. Plant biotechnology deals with issues such as transgenic crops, genomics, genetic engineering, tissue culture, etc. These biotechnology applications enable researchers to detect and map genes, select specific genes in genetic resources and breed them, discover their functions, and adapt plants to suit specific needs. the transfer of specific traits of genes to combine with others to create a new species.
 
  • Gene editing/Genome editing
  • Genetic structures and mechanisms
  • Identification of genes and traits
  • Transgenic biotechnological methods
  • Plant genome sequence; molecular markers and bioinformatics
  • Recombinant DNA technology in plants
  • Synthetic Biology
 
 
The study of the molecular basis of plant life is known as plant molecular biology. It deals deeply with how the information encoded in the genome manifests itself as structures, processes, and behaviors. Plant and insect disease resistance is now possible thanks to strong developments in molecular biology. It is observed that using molecular biological techniques, breeding can be optimized within the existing genetic base.
 
  • Estimation of genetic variation.
  • Identification of plants using molecular techniques.
  • Molecular markers in plant breeding.
  • Plant transformation.
 
 
Plant nutrition needs at least 14 mineral elements. Nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S) are macronutrients, while chlorine (Cl), boron (B), iron (Fe), manganese ( Mn), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn), nickel (Ni) and molybdenum (Mo) are micronutrients (Mo). These are generally absorbed by plants from the soil. Low phytoavailability of important mineral elements and/or the presence of excessive amounts of potentially harmful mineral elements in the soil solution, such as sodium (Na), chlorine (Cl), bromine (B), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn) and aluminum (Al) , limit crop production.
 
  • Types of plant nutrients
  • Plant nutrition in agricultural systems
  • Plant nutrient status
  • Ways of plant nutrition
 
 
Soils deals with soil as a natural resource on the earth's surface, including its formation, classification and mapping, and the physical, chemical, biological and fertility properties of soils in general, as well as these properties in relation to land use. and management. Pedology (the formation, chemistry, morphology, and categorization of soil) and edaphology (the effect of soil on organisms, especially plants) are sometimes used interchangeably with soil science.
 
Crop Sciences is the basis of the production and management of food, feed, fiber and energy crops to meet human needs and protect the environment.
 
Crop and Soil Science emphasizes the scientific components of agronomy, such as the use of plant genetics and breeding to improve plant yield, quality, and profit, and the optimization of physical, chemical, and microbial soil properties to improve crop production.
 
 
Plant pathology is a field that studies plant diseases and aims to increase plant survival when confronted with poor environmental conditions and disease-causing parasitic microbes. Plant pathology is the study of biotic and abiotic factors that cause plants to fall short of their genetic potential, with the goal of developing interventions to protect plants, reduce crop losses, and increase food security. When virulent pathogens infect susceptible plants under favorable environmental conditions, it is called a biotic disease. Diseases that are caused by physical or chemical non-living factors are called abiotic diseases.
 
  • disease cycles
  • etiology of the disease
  • resistance to diseases
  • effects of plant diseases on other organisms.
  • pathogen identification and classification
  • epidemiology of plant diseases
 
Plant Disease Management: Plant diseases disrupt the normal structure and function of our agricultural and non-crop plants, potentially reducing their marketability and aesthetic value. Plant disease management reduces the financial and aesthetic damage caused by abiotic and biotic diseases. Anticipating disease occurrence and treating vulnerable stages in the disease cycle are cornerstones of plant disease management.
 
 
The scientific study of plants and their evolutionary history is known as systematics. Plant classification and hierarchical organization are the foundations of systematics, but its main purpose is to reconstruct the evolution of plant life. It uses anatomical, morphological, embryological, chromosomal and chemical data to classify plants into taxonomic categories. The primary goal of systematics is to determine the phylogeny, or evolutionary history, of a particular group.
 
 
The word "taxonomy" is derived from two Greek words: "taxis" meaning "arrangement" and "nomos" meaning "laws". Plant taxonomy is a discipline of botany that deals with identification (determining the characteristics of an unknown species and comparing them with the characteristics of recognized species), characterization (describing all the characteristics of newly identified species), classification (dividing and classifying known species into different groups). or taxa based on their similarities and differences) and nomenclature (by convention, assigning a scientific name) to plants based on their similarities and differences. Plant taxonomy is the science of classifying plants according to a set of rules.
 
 
 
Plant science, often known as botany, is the study of organisms belonging to the kingdom Plantae, or plants. Botany is derived from the term botanical, which is derived from the ancient Greek term botane, which meant "plants, grasses, and pastures."
 
  • Botany
  • Horticulture
  • Agriculture
 
Plants have long been a source of widespread and sometimes dominant artistic and intellectual fascination. Plants have been the main subjects of science since the beginning of the study of biological processes and were very crucial in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Plant research broadens our intellectual horizons and expands our understanding of other biological processes. The study of the plant system can also tell us how to solve problems in agriculture, health and the environment.
 
 
Plant breeding, also referred to as cultivar development, crop improvement, and seed improvement, is a scientifically driven, creative method for producing new varieties of plants. Breeding is the process of creating multigenerational genetically diverse populations on which human selection is used to develop adaptable plants with new combinations of desirable traits. Biological evaluation in relevant target environments, as well as knowledge of genes and genomes, guides the selection process. Gain under selection, which is a function of genetic variation, selection intensity, and time, is used to measure progress. Plant breeders around the world have created hybrids and new varieties of plants.
 
  • Disease resistant plant
  • Hybrids
  • Crop productivity
  • RDT in the race
 
 
Plant developmental biology is the study of how a single zygotic cell develops into a complex multicellular plant. Development of a full embryo from a zygote; seed germination; creating a mature vegetative plant from an embryo; the generation of flowers, fruits and seeds; and many of the plant's responses to its environment are all covered under "plant evolution". Growth and differentiation of cells, tissues and organs in plants is included as plant development. Plant development and growth is a continuous process. The growth and development of a plant is mainly post-embryonic and new organs are formed throughout its existence. In flowering plants, it includes the mechanisms underlying meristem function during growth and development, cell specification, differentiation, and organogenesis.
 
  • Embryogenesis
  • Cell specification
  • Cell differentiation
  • Organogenesis
  • Root development
  • Filming development
 
 
Plant ecology is the study of the interactions between plants and their physical and biotic environment. Plants are photosynthetic and generally sessile organisms that rely on their local environment for sources of light, water, and nutrition. The primary goal of plant ecology is to provide sustenance for almost all humans and all terrestrial species.
 
A plant's size and standing in the community impact resource income and use, so plants have developed specialized adaptations to improve these abilities. Plants in the understory have evolved strategies to cope with low light conditions, while plants in the wild have evolved mechanisms to cope with excessive light.
 
Taxonomy is the branch of biology that studies, describes, names and categorizes all living organisms. Plant taxonomy is one of the oldest scientific fields with roots dating back thousands of years.
 
 
Plants need sunlight, water, oxygen and minerals to grow and flourish. These are external factors. In addition, plant growth and development is controlled by various internal factors. Plant hormones, also known as phytohormones, are a type of hormone produced by plants. These are chemicals found in plants in extremely low concentrations. They are derivatives of terpenes (gibberellins), adenine (cytokinins), indole (auxins), gases (ethylene) and carotenoids (abscisic acid). They can be independent or synergistic. Different hormones can have either complementary or antagonistic roles. Hormones, along with external factors, play a vital role in processes such as vernalization, phototropism, seed germination and dormancy.
 
  • Phytohormones
  • Plant growth inhibitors
  • Plant growth promoters
 
 
Antibodies (also known as immunoglobulins) are complex proteins produced by vertebrates that detect antigens (or molecular patterns) on pathogens and certain dangerous chemicals to alert the adaptive immune system to the presence of pathogens. A plantibody is an antibody produced by plants that have had animal DNA encoding a specific human antibody known to neutralize a specific pathogen or toxin embedded in their DNA.
 
Antigens are substances that cause the immune system to produce antibodies against them. Antigenic peptides found in edible parts of plants can be used to prepare edible active vaccination. The first is to express antigens in transgenic plants, while the second is to develop antigenic peptides on the surface of plant viruses that could be used to infect host plants.
 
Antimicrobial compounds are abundant in nature. A number of plant-derived chemicals have been shown to have antibacterial effects. Antimicrobial chemicals produced by plants fall into four categories: phenols and polyphenols, terpenoids and essential oils, lectins and polypeptides, and alkaloids.
 
  • Use of antibiotics in agriculture
  • Antibiotics for plant disease control
  • Antibodies in plants
  • Plantibody
 
 
Plants are densely populated by a number of microorganisms, both underground and aboveground, which coexist. Bacteria colonizing plants are divided into epiphytes, which live on the surface, endophytes, which live inside plant tissues, phyllospheric, which live on the surface of leaves, and rhizospheric, which live near the roots in the soil. The rhizosphere of a plant is a vital niche that is home to a large number of microorganisms. The properties they have include promoting plant growth, suppressing disease, eliminating toxic chemicals and assimilating nutrients.
 
The study of plant-animal interactions in the context of nutrient flow in food chains and food webs, the exchange of important gases such as oxygen and carbon dioxide between plants and animals, and strategies for mutual survival between plant and animal species through pollination and seed dispersal. everything is part of ecology.
 
  • Plant-animal interaction
  • Plant-Microbe Interactions
  • Plant-insect interactions
  • PGPR
 
 
Plants are complex organisms and are susceptible to abiotic stress. The harmful effect of non-living forces on living organisms in a specific environment is known as abiotic stress. Drought, salinity, low or high temperatures and other environmental extremes are the main causes of poor plant development and lower crop yields worldwide. Due to climate change and environmental destruction caused by human activities, abiotic stress has become a major threat to food security. Abiotic stress causes plants to undergo a series of molecular, cellular and physiological changes to respond and adapt to the situation. A better understanding of how plants respond to abiotic stress can help breeders improve stress tolerance in both traditional and modern breeding applications.
 
  • Plant scanning
  • Plant signalling
  • Stress response
  • Abiotic stress
 
 
Plant stress responses are a set of molecular and cellular mechanisms that are initiated when a plant detects some type of stress. Abiotic stresses such as drought or excessive light and biotic stresses such as herbivores or pathogens.
 
Stress sensing and signal transduction are important adaptive mechanisms in tolerance to the negative effects of multiple environmental stresses, as they enable the activation of multiple signaling cascades responsible for triggering different cellular responses. Stress detection and signal transduction work together to provide critical adaptive mechanisms for coping with the deleterious effects of various environmental stresses. Understanding the sensing and signaling processes used by plants to detect and respond to stress is essential for creating stress-tolerant crops using current strategies and technologies.
 
  • Crop productivity
  • Cascade reaction
  • Molecular pathways
  • Signal conversion
 
 
Plant genetics is the study of heredity in plants, specifically the mechanisms of hereditary transmission and variation in heritable traits. Plant genetics differs from animal genetics in several ways: somatic mutations can contribute to the germline more easily because flowers appear at the end of branches based on somatic cells; polyploidy is more common; and plants also have chloroplast DNA.
 
Genome size, gene content, extent of repetitive sequences, and polyploidy/duplication events are the best ways to define plant genomes. It seeks to sequence, characterize and investigate the genetic composition, structures, organization, functions and interactions/networks of the complete plant genome. Plants also have mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes, but their nuclear genome is the largest and most complex. Plant genomics is critical to food security, human health and environmental sustainability
 
  • Epigenetics
  • Gene regulation and transcriptional networks
  • Genome editing
  • Genomics
 
 
Agronomy is the science and technology of growing and harvesting plants for fuel, food, fiber, recreation, and soil restoration. Plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology and pedology are included in the field of agronomy. It is the application of various sciences including subjects such as biology, chemistry, economics, ecology, geology and genetics. Agronomists are those who work in the field of agronomy.
 
  • Plant biotechnology
  • Breeding
  • Earth science
  • Agroecology
 
Agricultural research appears to be the oldest form of organized research in the world. Agricultural research is described as any research activity aimed at increasing crop production and quality through genetic improvement, improved plant protection, irrigation, storage systems, farm mechanization, effective marketing and better resource management.
 
 
Plants, crops and green spaces provide us with nutritious food that sustains and enriches our lives. Horticulture is the science and art of producing, developing, marketing and using high-value, intensively grown food and ornamental plants in a sustainable manner. Gardening has a daily impact on our lives by providing nutritious fruits and vegetables, providing visual pleasure and encouraging recreational activities.
 
Floriculture is a branch of ornamental horticulture that focuses on growing, selling and exhibiting flowers and ornamental plants. Flowers and potted plants are usually grown in temperate climates in plant growing systems, while some flowers are grown outdoors in fields and nurseries.
 
The main difference between floriculture and horticulture is that floriculture deals with flowering and foliage plants while horticulture deals with various garden crops.
 
  • Ornamental plants
  • Garden crops
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
 
 
Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) prepares people to prepare and manage businesses based on environmentally friendly technologies. The emphasis of the program is on designing associate degree business or business project guidelines with accountability for results. ASM is based on an understanding of the associated degree of instrumentality and unit area of buildings used with plants and animals and their products. These processes require associated knowledge of life sciences to provide and maintain high product quality.
 
 
For survival in this world, farming plays a vital role as it provides personalities with the most desire to measure up in this world. however, within the advancement of technology with the invention of the web of things, automation (smarter technology) is the commutation of normal methodologies, which as a result leads to a wide improvement in field selection. nowadays, we tend to focus on the field of automation wherever the modernization of smarter technology is rising day by day in most industries, from smart homes, waste management, vehicles, industries, agriculture, healthcare, networking and so on. in the field of agriculture, progress with the implementation of automation is additionally going down with the invention of the Internet of Things, AI, machine learning, etc.
 
 
The section "Agricultural Economics, Policies and Rural Management" aims to publish a stylish and knowledge-based analysis of the domain that advances the understanding of issues and challenges in the loosely outlined areas of agricultural economics, development policies and rural management. The audience of this section is the world, and the section also welcomes articles from different theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches that interact and contribute to agricultural and/or rural development. The main emphasis is on economic analysis and policy relevant to the agricultural and/or rural sector. Articles dealing with current issues in agriculture and food economics, development policies, ICT, agriculture, temperature change, land farming, productivity and potency, poverty and wealth, rural-urban migration and rural governance unit are particularly welcome. jointly welcomes fundamental reviews and syntheses of the state of affairs in agricultural economic science, policies and rural management.
 
 
The scope includes many aspects such as irrigation and evacuation of cultivated areas, classification and storage of rainwater with respect to soil properties and vegetation cover; role of groundwater and surface water in nutrient athletics, water balance issues, use and conservation of water resources, flood management, erosion and desert runoff, water quality and pollution from agricultural water and agricultural waters, effects of land use on water resources, water for recreation in rural areas and economic and legal aspects of water use. Basic soil-water-plant relationships are considered only to the extent that they are relevant to agricultural water management.
 
 
The "Quality and safety of agricultural products" section welcomes original analytical and review articles that provide a new perspective on all topics related to the composition, quality, safety and security of agricultural production and derived products (fresh-cut products, oil, wine, juices, etc.) . The scope of submission includes all aspects of quality (chemical, sensory, pathological, nutritional and health-promoting properties), post-harvest operations (quality analysis, preservation, storage, packaging, industrial handling, trade and distribution) and process.
 
 
In agricultural soils, if the climate, soil sorting and crop management of the unit area are favorable for a significant population of soil fauna, high activity of soil fauna will cause the formation of a strongly biogenic soil structure dominated by excreta and canals.
 

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Plant Biology-2023 welcomes all participants, speakers, associations and exhibitors from around the world to Madrid, Spain. The organizing committee is preparing an exciting and informative conference program including keynote presentations, plenary lectures, a young researchers' forum, symposia and workshops on key topics, poster presentations and a diverse program for participants from around the world. So we welcome all the participants of Plant Biology-2023 to share the bigger vision and make this event a great success. We look forward to seeing you in Madrid, Spain.
 
Importance and scope:
 
Plant Biology 2023 is of great importance as it will help to read between the lines for the need of food security in today's world. It will bring together scientists in plant breeding and related aspects to improve the current quality of plants and develop new improved varieties to ensure the sustainability of food for this world. Academics and researchers from other related fields of biotechnology, nanotechnology, pathology, biochemistry, molecular biology and genomics will also come together to explore possible ways to incorporate their expertise into plant breeding techniques to create new improved breeds with better nutrient content. malnutrition in various developing and less developed countries.
 
Highlights from the conference:
 
Plant Sciences
Plant research
Biochemistry of plants
Plant biotechnology
Plant nanotechnology
Plant pathology
Anatomy and morphology of plants
Plant hormones
Phytochemical analysis
Metabolic engineering of plants
Plant Nutrition and Soil Science
Plant tissue culture
Plant genetics and genomics
Agricultural systems and management
Smart Farming: From detector to AI
Agricultural economics, rural policies and management
Agricultural water management
Quality and safety of agricultural products
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