5th Annual Congress on

Plant & Soil Science

Theme: State of Plant and Soil Research & the Emerging Applications

Event Date & Time

Event Location

London, UK

18 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Patrizia Galeffi

Italian National Agency
Italy

Conference Speaker

Bernard E Bihain

Genclis
France

Conference Speaker

Lihong Xiao

Zhejiang A & F University
China

Conference Speaker

Aung Htay Naing

Kyungpook National University
South Korea

Conference Speaker

Maciej Majka

Institute of Plant Genetics PAS
Poland

Conference Speaker

Danielle Keidar Friedman

Ben Gurion University
Israel

Conference Speaker

Soon Wook Kwon

Pusan National University
South Korea

Conference Speaker

Abul Mandal

University of Skövde
Sweden

Conference Speaker

Russel J. Reiter

University of Texas Health Science Center
USA

Conference Speaker

Harrie van Erp

Rothamsted Research
UK

Conference Speaker

Michelle Fayad-Andre

University of Brasilia
Brazil

Conference Speaker

Sergio Molinari

Institute of Sustainable Plant Protection
Italy

Tracks & Key Topics

plant science 2019

About Conference

EuroSciCon is delighted to invite you to attend “5th Annual Congress on Plant & Soil Science Conference” which is going to be held during February 28-March 01, 2019 EuroSciCon is a World’s leading event Organizer conducting International conferences in USA, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East.

Welcome to the Plant and soil science 2019 is going to be held on the theme of State of Plant and Soil Research & the Emerging Applications. Which extensively covers every field of plant science and soil science as well as for launching new applications, and to explore new trends in the field of Soil sciences and plant sciences.

Why to attend?

This is the best opportunity for an interaction with participants from the soil sciences associations, plant science associations soil sciences societies, plant science societies, Horticulture, Forestry, Agriculture, Agronomy, soil sciences and plant sciences Academicians. It provides reporting and learning about the latest research on soil management and plant management and other relevant to soil science and plant science, as well as for launching new applications and technologies and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs on soil management towards plant and Soil Science 2019 Conduct presentations, share knowledge, meet with current potential and eminent scientists, and receive name recognition at this two days event.

Our aim is to aggregate community and to create a platform for exchange of information on technological developments, new scientific innovations and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs towards plant and soil science 2019. It provides a premier technical forum for expressing and learning about the advanced research and developments, as well as for launching new applications, technologies and to explore new trends in the field of plant and soil science

Target Audience

•           Academicians

•           Researchers

•           Pedologists

•           Agronomists

•           Geologist

•           Students (Post graduates, Doctorates)

•           Agricultural Advisors

•           Plantation Companies

•           Agricultural Consultants

•           Private sectors

Sessions & Tracks

Track 01: Plant and Environment

Plants form the basis of most food chains on the planet. To pass on their genes, plants must find mates, avoid being eaten and compete for resources in an ever-changing environment — all while being rooted to the spot. They have evolved a myriad of strategies to deal with these environmental challenges.

Most adaptation strategies are chemical, many involving the production of secondary metabolites, such as alkaloids and steroids, which we, in turn, rely on as the basis of our pharmacological recipe book. Some 100,000 secondary metabolites have been discovered thus far, and technological advances will probably see this number double in the next decade.

The environment shapes plants, but plants also influence the environment. They store carbon, fix nitrogen and produce oxygen1. They shape weather patterns, provide flood defense, purify water, provide food, and offer solace and inspiration.

With nearly 7 billion humans affecting the environmental composition of the planet, however, plants are being forced to function under conditions outside their recent evolutionary experience, and it is unclear what the knock-on effects will be. Modelling studies are beginning to unravel the links between our changing environment and ecosystem health, but more research is needed to inform legislation.

Track 2: Plant Science and Natural Products

Transgenes appear to be particularly sensitive to epigenetic variation which can lead to transgene silencing, i.e. the complete or partial inactivation of transgene expression. Plants are ideal model systems to study the influence of changing environmental conditions on epigenetic patterns. We are especially interested to understand how certain genomic regions become targets for epigenetic modification and how environmental stress affects epigenetic gene regulation. Our applied work investigates how transgene silencing can be prevented and how epigenetic variation can be exploited for novel breeding strategies.

Track 03: Plant Sciences and Plant Research

Plant Science ranges from creating atomic systems for the hereditary building to biological research in the field of plant science. At last the common items needs to add to principal learning of fundamental natural procedures identified with improvement and wellbeing and the manageable creation of more solid sustenance’s, blossoms and high-esteem bio-based items.

Track 4: Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences

The importance of plants has been concluded by scholars since ancient period. Apart from the innumerable social benefits, much strength has been given to the plants of medicinal value. Majority of the population in developing countries assume on traditional system of medicine for their primary health care. Due to this increasing trend towards use of different system of medicinenatural medicinal plant resource in this world is under enormous pressure. Several Institution/ Organization/ Universities and Industries across the world have been steady in research and documentation of various conditions of these medicinal plants to frame a system for their preserving. In this way numerous research papers on each medicinal plant covering vast subject areas like BotanyChemistryPharmacology, Pharmacy etc. are available. This will help the scientific community to keep themselves restore with the research and development work being implemented for a medicinal plant. This researcher will also be a source of favorable information for students, teachers, practitioners all those who are involved in their propagation etc.

Track 05: Plant Anatomy and Morphology

Phytotomy is the general term for the study of the internal structure of plants. Originally it included plant morphology, the description of the physical form and external structure of plants. Plants are the living, multicellular, being an organism that belongs to the dominion Plantae. There square measure over 3000,000 species of plants. Plants play a key role within the history of life on planet earth. Plants are the most accountable for the addition of element gas to the atmosphere. they are the sole supply of food for both animals and humans. They are the primary environment for many alternative organisms. A plant resides that turn out their food by chemical process. Plants provide shelter, safety, place, food for animals.

Track 06: Biodiversity and Evolution of Plants

Humankind has affected our planet in many ways. In the past few centuries the changes in society and the "Biodiversity" is the full complexity and variety of life, at all scales, from genetic diversity, up to species and even ecosystem diversity. So, we use the term "biodiversity conservation" to refer to attempts to conserve and any parts of this natural diversity. Plant diversity is a major plant of total biodiversity - just think of the richness of tropical rain forests -.it forms the basis of all food webs and underpins the functioning of all ecosystems. So, plant conservation is an essential component of efforts for biodiversity conservation. As plants are at risk of extinction, in all parts of the world, their conservation is a priority.

Track 07: Plant Diseases

The science that arrangements with the investigation of infections of plants, their improvement and control are called Plant Pathology. Plant Pathology is categorized as the examination of the lifetime procedures and environmental circumstances that cause infection in plants, the arrangements comprehensive which this materializes, the influences between these causal specialists and the plant (impacts on plant development, yield and quality), and the techniques for overseeing or controlling plant sickness. Plant infections are caused by biotic specialists like organisms, microorganisms, actinomycetes, Mycoplasma, infections, nematodes, and blooming parasites or by abiotic like troublesome ecological conditions or nourishing inadequacies. Investigation of plant pathology includes the study of Microbiology, Mycology, Nematology, protozoology, phycology, environmental mechanisms.

Track 08: Plant Nutritional Genomics

Plant Nutritious Genomics recoils a summary of plant appropriate genomics, which remains categorized as the relationship between a plant's genome and its motivating possessions. The astute assurance and rising of varieties of items will accept a gigantic part in meeting these objectives, and advances in plant healthy genomics will allow the greatest limit of yield decision and repeating systems to be made sense of it. Understanding plant sustenance and applying this learning is critical to growing product age to meet creating demands for sustenance. Genotypic approaches, in perspective of collect assurance and recreating have starting late benefit by mechanical advances, including the satisfaction of plant genome sequencing wanders.

Track 09: Plant Science

Plant science is a branch of botany mainly it deals with the biochemical, genetic, physiological aspects of plants. Plants provide us oxygen to breathe, food, fuel. Plants are ideal systems to study about changing environmental conditions and to study the influence of changing environmental conditions on epigenetic patterns. Plant scientist are Researching to find innovative ways to protect our forests, and for finding new fuel sources, and to reduce contamination of food. Plant science is mainly divided in to the three segments agronomy and horticulture and forestry It includes:

Track 10: Plant Physiology

Plant physiology serves as the foundation for the numerous advances in forestry, agronomy, floriculture, plant pathology. Plant physiology is a science of how plants develop, grow & respond to their environment at the cellular and biochemical level. Plant Physiology Is the study of plant structure and function, leaf anatomy, root anatomy, and fundamental process such as Photosynthesis, respiration, plant nutrition, plant hormone functions, nastic movements, seed germination, dormancy, and stomata function and transpiration, water and sugar conductivity and the reproductive organs of plant.

Track 11: Plant Genetics

Plant genetics is a wide spectrum term. Plant genetics is the branch of science it deals with Heredity, mainly heredity transmission mechanisms and the inherited variations of characteristics among similar related organisms. And it deals with the day to day associated activities of the plants. Plants contain chloroplast DNA. Specifically, it deals mechanisms of hereditary transmissions & variation of inherited characteristics. Plant genetics is nothing but altering of natural transfer of genes by using genetic techniques such as genetic engineering, plant breeding, hybridization., new techniques have evolved to grow crops Plant parts are artificially cultured to produce whole plant.

Track 12: Plant Biotechnology

Plant biotechnology is also known as the green biotechnology and is defined as the introduction of the desirable traits in plants by the using technique genetic modification and it is used for the enhancement of agriculture and food quality. Biotechnology is mainly for improvement of varieties and for fruit ripening delay and for ornamental plants development and for biodiversity protection. Plant biotechnology is the incorporated use of biochemistry and micro biology to achieve the capabilities of microorganisms and cultured tissue cells. plant tissue culture is easiest and widely accepted biotechnology system. It entails the culture of plant leaves, roots, petioles, stems, fluorescence in artificial media under the aseptic conditions.

Track 13: Plant Pathology and Mycology

Plant pathology is the study of the environmental conditions and the organisms that which cause diseases in plants and the effects on plant growth and controlling plant diseases methods it also deals with the microbiology and mycology, virology, etc.  Plant diseases are varying from season to season, depending on the pathogen and environmental conditions controlling of plant diseases is crucial for production of food and it is achieved by the selecting desirable plants which are more resistant to many diseases and by using the pesticides. Mycology is defined as the study of fungi, and their dangers and study of fungal genetic and biochemical properties, and their uses.

Track 14: Agriculture and Natural Resources

Agriculture is the cultivation of plants for food, fuel, medicinal plants and other products useful to the human life.  And it is the practicing of farming, cultivation of the soil for growing crops. the ecosystem services that are responsible for human life on this planet. Agronomy is one technology of producing plants for the food and fuel, agronomy is use-full method for creating healthier food.   Natural resources are resources that exist naturally without actions of humankind. Natural resources include crops, sunlight, vegetation, water, etc. natural resources are divided in to different types. Natural resources are materials that can be used found in the environment.

Track 15: Soil Science

Soil is natural resource, soil science is the study of soil and soil classification and fertility of the soil, Soil classification mainly based on soil morphology soils are distinguished by physical appearance and characteristics.  Branches of soil science are pedology, Edaphology. Pedology it includes formation chemistry, morphology classification of soil and Edaphology it includes how soils interacts with living things, plants. Soil degradation is expanding all around the world, when crops are collected supplements are expelled out if they don’t supplant natural material after sometimes this decreases the soil quality thus leads to the lower water holding limit, less air, and it leads to the soil corruption.

Track 16: Soil and Water Science 

Soil and water science defined as the controlling soil water content at an optimal state for all given purposes, including environmental needs. An optimal state is often a compromise between competing uses and needs to account for long term sustainability of the soil water system.  Adsorption is the process by which constituents attached to the surface of the soil. Adsorption processes are governed by the organic and inorganic components properties of the soil. Substances which can be adsorbed  by soil particles include soil constituents, plant nutrients, surfactants, antibiotics and toxic environmental pollutants present in soil solutions.

Track 17: Soil Viruses

Various viruses are detected in the soil samples. They are in different in shapes tailed, rod shaped, filamentous, and bacilli form. soil viruses are very important they influence the ecology of soil biological communities through transfer genes from host to host, viruses are major in global geochemical cycles.  No significant variations in viral population structure in terms of morphology and abundance were found. Typically, there were ~ 1.1 - 1.2 x 109 virions g-1 dry weight of soil, revealing remarkable differences in virus-to-bacteria ratios in domains close to roots (~ 0.28 – 0.29) compared to bulk soil.

Track 18: Soil Geography

Soil geography is a branch of soil science study about the patterns of soil, distribution of the soil on the earth. Soil is made up of rock particles Each component and their size, play an important role. The large particles, sand, determine aeration and drainage characteristics and the tiniest, sub-microscopic clay particles, are chemically active, binding with water and plant nutrients. The ratio of these sizes determines soil type: clay, loam, clay-loam, silt-loam.

Track 19: Soil Fertilizers

Fertilizers are natural are synthetic materials applied to soils are to plant tissues to supply essential plant nutrients to the growth of the plant.  Fertilizers increases the growth of plants. Mainly three macro nutrients nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium used nitrogen is used for the leaf growth phosphorous used for the development of roots, flowers, seeds, potassium used for Strong stem growth.  Fertilizers are organic fertilizers, chemical fertilizer, nitrogen fertilizers, phosphate fertilizers, potassium fertilizers, compound fertilizer.

Track 20: Forestry

Forest is a complex of ecosystem consisting of trees. Forestry is the science of conserving & repairing of forests to meet desired needs for human benefits. Forestry science belongs to the biological, physical sciences. Forests are nature’s power house. Disappearance of forests leads changing rainfall patternForestry is important because 25 percent of the drugs are derived from the trees & industrial oils and resins, dyes are yields from the trees. Medical plants gum provided by forests. It is also widely used for medicines. They deserve much greater attention than they are getting now.

Track 21: Horticulture

Horticulture is the branch of agriculture deals with the cultivation of the fruits, vegetables and the ornamental plants. Horticulture mainly divided in to different branches. Promology it deals with the cultivation of the fruit crops. Olericulture it deals with the cultivation of the vegetable plants. Floriculture it deals with the cultivation of the ornamental flowers. Fruit & vegetable preservation it deals with the principles of fruit and vegetable preservation.

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Top plant Genomics Universities:

Europe Plant Genomics Universities:        

University of California—Davis | Cornell University | Wageningen University and Research Center | Harvard University | Duke University | Ghent University | University of Florida | University of Cambridge | Michigan State University| University of Copenhagen | Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences | University of Minnesota--Twin Cities | University of Wisconsin—Madison| University of British Columbia | University of São Paulo | University of California--San Diego | Iowa State University| University of Arizona |University of Montpellier| Purdue University--West Lafayette | Yale University | Oregon State University | Stanford University| North Carolina State University -Raleigh |University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign| University of Washington | Utrecht University | University of Helsinki | University of Munich| Aarhus University | University of Freiburg

USA Plant Genomics Universities:

University of Texas—Austin | Kansas State University | University of Missouri | University of Sheffield | University of Aberdeen | University of Leeds | Princeton University | University of Aix-Marseille | University of Bristol | University of Nottingham | Lund University | Technical University of Denmark | Charles University in Prague | University of Bonn | University of Oslo | Virginia Tech | State University of New Jersey--New Brunswick | University of Paris-Sud | University of Groningen | University of Glasgow | University of Pennsylvania | University of Bern | University of St. Andrews| University of East Anglia| University of Padua | University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill | University of Liverpool| University of Nebraska—Lincoln| University of Hamburg| University of Tartu| University of Lisbon| University of Manchester

Asia Plant Genomics Universities:

University of Milan | Vita-Salute San Raffaele University | University of Bologna | University of Rome Tor Vergara | Sapienza University of Rome | University of East Anglia UEA | University of Tennessee | University of Saskatchewan | Montana State University |Pennsylvania State University Milton S Hershey Medical Center |Purdue University |University of Saskatchewan St. Peter's College| University Putra Malaysia |University of Wisconsin – Madison| University of Oxford |University of California, Berkeley |National University of Singapore |University of California, Los Angeles |University of California, San Francisco| Kyoto University |University of Toronto |Columbia University| University of Tokyo| Johns Hopkins University |University of Guelph| University of Reading| China Agricultural University |University of Wisconsin-Madison

Africa Plant Genomics Universities:

The University of Melbourne | University of Western Australia |Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW |University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna| University of Minnesota| Lincoln University |University of Nebraska-Lincoln |The University of Sydney| University of Georgia |Washington State University| University of Massachusetts Amherst| Bangor University| Chiang Mai University| Estonian University of Life Sciences |Hebrew University of Jerusalem| Hokkaido University |James Cook University |Korea University| Nagoya University |Nanjing Agricultural University |Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University |Rutgers University - New Brunswick |Seoul National University |Stellenbosch University |Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology |Zhejiang University| Aristotle University of Thessaloniki|  Agricultural University |Kyushu University |Laval University

Plant Genomics Societies:

American Society of Agronomy |Crop Science society of America |Soil science Society of America |Genetic Society of America |National Association of plant Breeds |National Science Foundation |National Institute of Plant Genome Research |Australian Society of Plant Science| Royal Society of Plant Genomics| Genetics and Breeding Executive Committee |Federation of European Neuroscience Societies |Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology Chinese Academy of Science |New Zealand Society of Plant Biologists |Center of Plant Structural and Functional Genomics |Botanical Society of China |Australian Society of Plant Scientists| Australian National University |Argentine Society of Plant Physiology | ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology |American Society of Plant Biologists |African Crop Science Society| Canadian Society of Plant Biologists |Center for Plant Aging Research, Institute of Basic    Science |Chilean Society of Plant Biologists| Chinese Society for Plant Biology |Crop Science Society of China |European Plant Science Organization |Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology |Genetics Society of China |International Crop Science Society |Indian Society for Plant Physiology |Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists |Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology| New Zealand Society of Plant Biologists |Plant Canada |Portuguese Society of Plant Physiology |Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society |Society for Experimental Biology| Spanish Society of Plant Physiology |Taiwan Society of Plant Biologists |UK Plant Sciences Federation |European Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society |Continental Seed & Chemicals Ltd |Royal Society of Biology

Plant Genomics Conferences:

Europe Plant Genomics Conferences:

8th World Plant Genomics Conference  August 10-11, 2018 Osaka, Japan| Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Conference 14th-15th May 2018 Rotterdam, Netherlands|13th International Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Conference  July 12-13, 2018 Paris, France|21st Euro Biotechnology Congress October 11-12, 2018 Moscow, Russia|11th International Tissue Engineering Conference October 18-20, 2018 Rome, Italy| Plant Biology Europe June 18-21, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark| Exposing the Hidden Half - Root Research at the Forefront of Science Jerusalem, Israel, July 8 - 12, 2018|15th International Cell Wall Meeting Cambridge, UK, July 7 - 12, 2019 |8th International Advances in Applied Science and 2018  Environmental Engineering  Conference 03-04 February, Malaysia|4th International Molecular Markers in Horticulture  Conference Napier, New Zealand 7-10 March 2017 |11th International Plant Biotechnology and Agriculture Congress Kayo Guillermo, Cuba 22-26 May 2017 |New Breeding Technologies in the Plant Sciences   Gothenburg, Sweden  7-8 July 2017 |8th International Legume Genetics and Genomics Conference  Shook, Hungary 18-22 September 2017

USA Plant Genomics Conferences:

2nd International Plant Science and Genomics  Conference Montreal, Canada May 18-19, 2018|  7th International cell and Gene Therapy Conference  March 15-16, 2018 London, UK|10th International Genomics and Molecular Biology Conference  May 21-23, 2018 Barcelona, Spain|4th International Bioscience Conference July 2-3, 2018 Vienna, Austria|12th International Tissue Engineering Conference  November 9-10, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia ,USA | 2nd Annual Cell Metabolism Summit September 19 - 20, 2018 Philadelphia, USA|11th International Genomics and Pharmacogenomics Conference  September 21-22, 2018 Philadelphia, USA |24th Biotechnology Congress October 24-25, 2018 Boston, USA | International Genomics and Bioinformatics congress November 2-3, 2018Columbus,Ohio,USA| Keystone Plant Signaling Conference Granlibakken Tahoe, Tahoe City, CA, USA, January 21 - 24, 2018 |Gordon Research Conference Pacific Grove, CA, USA, June 18 - 22, 2018 |5th International Plant Vascular Biology Conference  Pacific Grove, CA, USA, June 17 - 20, 2019 |9th International Hazelnut congress  Samsun, Turkey  15-19 August 2017 | American Plant Phenotyping for Plant Breeding Conference   São Carlos, Brazil 20-22 September 2017

Asia Plant Genomics Conferences:

8th World Plant Science and Genomics Congress July 9-10, 2018 Sydney, Australia|2nd Global Plant Science and Molecular Biology Conference  September 20-22, 2018 Rome, Italy | 9th International Tissue Engineering and Biobanking Conference April 23-24, 2018 Las Vegas, USA | 6th International Integrative Biology Conference  May 21-23, 2018 Barcelona, Spain | 8th World Plant Science and Genomics Congress  July 9-10 , 2018 Sydney , Australia |12th Plant Molecular Biology Congress 5-10 August 2018 MONTPELLIER , FRANCE |Plant Biology 2018 Montreal, Canada, July 14 - 18, 2018 |International Agriculture, Food and Biotechnology conference January 24-26 , 2018 Bangkok Thailand |First international Plant Systems Biology conference Rosco, France, September 10 - 14, 2017 |19th International Plant Biology Conference  June 21-22 , 2017 Vienna , Austria |20th International Plant Biology Conference  June 14-15, 2018 Vienna, Austria  |2nd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference Sites, Spain 26-27 March 2017 |8th International Root Development Conference Umea, Sweden 29 May -   1 June 2017 |4th International Genomics of Plant Genetic Resources Congress   Giessen, Germany  3-7 September 2017 |2nd Asia-Pacific Plant Phenotyping Conference  Nanjing, China  23 – 25 March 2018 |International Association for Plant Biotechnology Congress Dublin, Ireland  19-24 August 2018 |3rd International Sustainable Agriculture Technologies Conference 24-26 November 2017 Chiayi, Taiwan | 281st International Agricultural and Biological Science Conference Rome, Italy on 20th-21st December, 2017

Africa Plant Genomics Conferences:

6th Global Plant Science Summit October 29-30, 2018 Valencia, Spain| International Plant Science and Molecular Biology Conference June 18-20,  2018 Paris, France |12th International  Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Conference  May 10-11 , 2018 Frankfurt , Germany |4th International Synthetic Biology and Tissue Engineering Conference  June 11-12, 2018 Rome, Italy |World Stem Cell Biology and Biobanking  Conference September 3-4, 2018 Tokyo, Japan |International  Plant Photobiology Conference  2018 Kunoichi Messe, Matsue, Shimane, Japan, January 15 - 18, 2018 |International SPS Plant Sciences for the Future Conference  Sac lay, France, July 4 - 6, 2018 |International Plant Molecular Biology 2018 Montpellier, France, August 5 - 10, 2018 |5th International Agriculture and Biotechnology Conference 27-29 December Tokyo Japan |19th International Plant Biology and Plant Sciences Conference  November 13-14 , 2017 Tokyo , Japan |Global Plant Science Summit  13-15 August United Arab Emirates, Dubai |Gordon Research CO2 Assimilation in Plants from Genome to Biome Conference   Lucca  Italy  30 April – 5 May 2017 |6th Global Botanical Gardens Congress Geneva, Switzerland 26-30 June 2017 |First International & 10th National Horticultural Science Congress of Iran  Tehran, Iran  4-7 September 2017 |12th African Crop Science Society Conference | Cape Town, South Africa  15 - 18 January 2018 |20th International Agriculture and Biotechnology Congress  Cape Town, South Africa  5-6 November 2018 |Micro and Metabolic Regulators in Plants Thiruvananthapuram, India 1-4 February 2017 | International Recent Advances in Agriculture and Horticulture Sciences Conference  16th to 17th December 2017 New Delhi, India 

Plant Genomics Companies:

Europe Plant Genomics Companies:

Paragon Genomics | Gene Works |Fusion Genomics |Ambry Genetics | One Lambda | Biopsied Technologies |Predictive BiologySure Genomics | Wafer Gen Biosystems | Illumina |Neo Genomics | Prove Biosciences | Singlera Genomics | S2 Genomics Epinomics |Quanta pore | Synthomics |Cellecta | Bio nexus | Fabric Genomics10X GenomicsGenapsys Agena BioscienceCypher Genomics| Eton Bioscience |Helix | Molecular AssembliesPhalanx BiotechRetrogene | iGenomX | Blueprint GeneticsInvitae | NGX Bio |Sci Genome | Celemics | U Biome | Dovetail Genomics |Encoded GenomicsMission Bio

USA Plant Genomics Companies:

Vectalys | Sciomics |Cento gene |Omixon | Precision Biomarker Resources |Xcelris Genomics | Med Genome |Mapmygenome |ERS Genomics | Genomics Medicine Ireland |Dante Labs| Takara Bio |Enzymatic | Seqwell| Raindance Technologies |ORIG3N | Claritas Genomics | Genometry | GenoSpace |GnuBIO | ReadCoor|1CellBiO| ZS Genetics |Persomics | Kapa Biosystems | Aline Biosciences | SeqLLBRT Laboratories |Key GeneSequenom | Precision Biosciences |Real Time Genomics | GenScript | Empire Genomics | GenePeeks  |Sema4 Genomics |SolveBio | DNA Diagnostics Center |Assurex Health | Ranomics |Floragenex | Diffinity Genomics | HeartGenetics | Nabsys |Igen Biotech | Saphetor | Sophia Genetics

Middle East Plant Genomics Companies:

Complement Genomics |Lineagen |Taueret |Blue Heron Biotech | Iverson Genetics | Stratos Genomics | Lucigen | RPRD Diagnostics |AccuGenomics Inc |AgBiome Inc |Almac Diagnostics LLC |ArrayXpress Inc |AsystBio Laboratories LLC |Attagene Inc |BASF Corp |Bayer| BD Technologies| BioDeptronix LLC |BioGenomics LLC| bioMONTR Labs |BioTrackers Inc| Cell Microsystems Inc| Celldom Inc |Celplor LLC |Charlotte Research Institute |Cotton Incorporated| Covance Inc| David H. Murdock Research Institute |Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology |Element Genomics Inc |EntoGenetics Inc |EpiCypher Inc |Eton Bioscience Inc |Foundation Medicine Inc |GEM Tox Consultants & Labs Inc |General Biosystems Inc |General Mills Agricultural Research | Genetron Health Technologies Inc |GENEWIZ Inc | Genoverde Biosciences Inc | Healthspan Diagnostics LLC |Icagen Inc |IngateyGen LLC |Inivata Inc |Innatrix Inc |Integrated Laboratory Systems Inc |InTox Biotech |LabCorp - Center for Molecular Biology and Pathology

Asia Plant Genomics Companies:     

Locus Biosciences Inc |Max Genomics LLC |MDxHealth Inc |MultiGEN Diagnostics LLC | NanoMedica LLC |NCSU Technology Incubator |Nutrition Research Institute - UNC-CH |Ocis Biotechnology Inc | Omicsoft Corp |Pastoor Science Communications LLC |Personalized Medicine Partners LLC |Phytonix Corp |Precision Biosciences Inc |Premex Innovation Labs |Q² Solutions |Renaissance Computing Institute |Ribometrix Inc |RiboWiz Scientific Inc |SciOme LLC |ScitoVation LLC |Select ImmunoGenomics Inc |SenGenix Inc |Sentinel Biomedical Inc | Syngenta Crop Protection LLC |TIRF Labs |TransViragen Inc |Novogene | Congenica | Laboratory Corporation of America | Zeptosens| Zengen |Zealand Pharma |Xcellsyz |Xcelris | Vita Genomics |Virinova |Valentis |Unigene |ThinkGen |Tranzyme |TaKaRa Zhuzo |Rosetta Genomics |Ribomed |Research Genetics |Renovis |Prolexis |Primal |Plexxikon |Phylogeny

Plant Genomics Jobs:

Plant Genomics jobs in Europe:        

STRUCTURAL VARIATION DISCOVERY PLATFORM |Program Specialist, EDF Climate Corps | Monsanto Global Crop Protection Portfolio Intern |Product Developer - Research & Development |Food Solutions Customer Development |Research & Development Internship | Lead Breeding Program Review |Research Technician |RESEARCH GENETICIST (POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW) |Assistant Project Scientist/Coaker lab |AgCenter Assistant/Associate Professor | Bioinformatics/Molecular Biologist |Research Geneticist (Research Associate) |Laboratory Technician, Niyogi Lab |Research Geneticist Plants (Postdoctoral Research Associate) |Assistant Research Scientist |Student Trainee (Office Automation) |Assistant Professor, Bioinformatics | Research Technician |ASSISTANT PROFESSOR |Research Scientist, Molecular Biology |Research Scientist |Assistant/Associate Professor in Plant Breeding and Genetics |LABORATORY TECHNICIAN |Staff Scientist |Staff Research Associate, IGI

Plant Genomics Jobs in USA:

Assistant Professor (Weed Science Extension) |Postdoctoral Research Associate |Associate Investigator - Research Associate |Molecular or Cellular Biologist - New Energy Technology - Mu... |Breeding Program Optimization Lead/Specialist |AgCenter Research Associate |Research Associate-Fixed Term |Title Research Associate |Associate Breeder - Corn Silage Research |Post Doc Research Scholar |Graduate Research Assistantship |Production Specialist - Polyethylene Slurry Technology |Research Associate, Applied Breeding Technologies and Genomi... | Breeding Program Management Lead/Specialist |Food Technologist/Engineer |Production Worker C_5401 |Title Conversion Manager/Breeder |Warehouse Operator--Dannon West Jordan |Research Scientist of Plant Pathology |General Mechanic Job |Senior Food Scientist (Snacks) |Field Office Administrator III |Research Intern - Seed Science (Johnston, IA) |Field Research Intern (Champaign, IL) |Assistant Traits Project Lead - Biotic Stress |Research Molecular Biologist (Research Associate)

Plant Genomics Jobs in Asia:

Lab Technician |Assistant Professor, Genomics and Bioinformatics |Computational quantitative genetics postdoc position |Computational Geneticist |Post-BA Research Assistant in Biology (Laskowski lab) |R&D District Farm Manager |Patent Scientist |Field Research Co-Op - 6 Month (West Memphis, AR) |Sr. Manager/Director Environmental, Health & Safety |Postdoctoral Fellow |Director of Crop Innovation |CONSERVATION RESEARCH ASSISTANT/COORDINATOR | Statistical Scientist |Postdoctoral Scholar Quantitative Genetics and Genomics Department of Plant |Plant Production Technician |Biologist/Computer Scientist (Bioinformatician) | Assistant/Associate Professor in Grape Disease Ecology and Epidemiology |Plant Operations Manager |Safety Supervisor |Soil and Hydro Technical Specialist |RESEARCH GENETICIST (POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW) |Plant Breeding Director |Assistant Professor of Plant Secondary Metabolites and Human Health |Sales Agronomist |Field Research Co-Op (Brookings, SD) |Seed Breeder / Agronomist |Global Germplasm IP Operations Specialist |Plant Maintenance Supervisor-Night Shift |Post-Doct Research Assoc, Plant Sciences

Plant Genomics Journals:

American Journal of Plant Sciences |Global Health Journals |Journal of Health Policy and Outcomes Research |International Journal of Plant Genomics |Frontiers Plant Genetics and Genomics |Journal of Plant Genomics |Bio info Publications |Agribiotech Journals |Elsevier| International Journal of Genomics |SCI Journal of plant Genomics |Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research |International Journal of Genomics and Data Mining |Journal of Informatics and Proteomics |Journal of Functional and Integrative Genomics

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Market Analysis

Research in the field of plant sciences contribute directly to world’s economy and development. The results of this research are associated to many regions like agricultureforestry, horticulture, and urban planning. The results of these researches are usually part of larger contributions which are beneficial and important for human being. Research on plants enhances our rational life and boosts our knowledge about other life processes. The results of research on plant science also tell us how to approach problems in agriculture, health, and the environment.

Importance & scope:

People become depend more and more on plants as a direct source of the protein in their diet. There is an urgent need to diversify our agriculture and find new non- competitive crops that can be grown profitably by farmers. The agricultural research service now expending approximately $1.5 Million per year in the search for new crops for new uses. Many valuable plants cannot be held as seed but must be maintained by vegetative propagation. The agricultural research service is now making inventories of such stocks being held at various states. The new crops research maintaining approximately 25,000 clonal stocks of fruits. Biological seed treatment market was USD 739.3 Million in 2017 projected to reach USD 1,251.4 Million by 2022. The plant growth chambers market is projected to reach USD 485.6 Million by 2022 from USD 398.2 Million in 2017. Controlled- release fertilizers market is projected to reach USD 2.12 Billion by 2022 from USD 1.56 Billion in 2017. The plant growth regulators market is estimated to be valued at 2.11 Billion in 2017 and is projected to reach a value of USD 2.93 Billion by 2022. The global demand for plant growth regulators is increasing due to growing demand for organic food. Agricultural enzymes find wide applications in grains, oilseeds, pulses, vegetables, cerals and turf. The seed market is primarily driven by the consumption of its end products and is gaining awareness among the farmers.

Soil humiliation reduces the productivity of the soil & Water resources in many areas of the world. Many soil researchers agree that soil degradation occurs because of in appropriate decisions regarding inputs and outputs in agriculture. Some researchers describe current levels of soil degradation as serious, and they warn that worldwide food production will not keep pace with increasing demand without sustainable expenditures to reduce soil humiliation.

Asia:

China has invested in genetically modified crops china has dramatically increased its funding for transgenic crops.


USA:
Less than 1 billion is allocated in the US for basic research in the whole of evolution, ecology, microbiology and plant biology  and this comes from grants through the National Science Foundation. The most significant recent development in the US is to fund 15 laboratories and they have allocated 75 million dollars which will be doled out over the next 5 years.

Why UK???
UK's position as a world leader in plant science is under threat from a shortage of funding and a lack of stable investment in essential skills. It lays out urgent actions needed to ensure the UK can respond to significant global challenges such as guaranteeing food security, coping with the threats from climate change, protecting biodiversity, and improving human health.The UK is internationally recognized for its excellence in plant science. It has world-leading fundamental plant science research that contributes to a diverse range of key industries including agriculture, pharmaceuticals, forestry and industrial biotechnology. A very recent development in the UK has been the opening of the Sainsbury laboratory which will house 120 scientists working on topics in plant development  

Current challenges and future perspectives of plant and agricultural biotechnology

·  Novel molecular breeding tools present solutions for food security in changing environments.

·  Quantitative screening methods for crop line selection might bridge the genotype–phenotype gap.

·  Crop biotechnology and biomaterials production can enhance ecological sustainability

Recent Development of Plant-Based Vaccines:

Plant biotechnology has played important role in the production of pharmaceutical compounds like vaccines, antibodies, antigens, sub-units, growth hormones and enzymes by utilizing genetic modification. It has also been opened a new approach for developing an edible vaccine as an oral delivery.

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