6th Annual Congress on

Plant Science and Biology

Theme: Current Advancements in the Field of Plant Science and Biology

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Frankfurt, Germany

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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

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EuroSciCon is delighted to invite you to attend “6th Annual Congress on Plant Science and Biology at Frankfurt, Germany” which is going to be held in June 8-9, 2020. EuroSciCon is a World’s leading event Organizer conducting International conferences in USA, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East.
Plantsciencebiology 2020 is going to be held on the theme of Current Advancements in the field of Plant Science and Biology. Which extensively explores new trends in the field of plant sciences.
Why to attend?
This is the best opportunity for an interaction with participants from the plant Genomics associations, plant science societies, Horticulture, Forestry, Agriculture, Agronomy, plant Genomics Academicians. It provides reporting and learning about the latest research on plant management and other relevant to plant Genomics, as well as for launching new applications and technologies and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs on Plant management towards Plantsciencebiology 2020 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 Plantsciencebiology 2020. 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 Genomics.
Target Audience
•           Academicians
•           Researchers
•           Pedologists
•           Agronomists
•           Geologist
•           Students (Post graduates, Doctorates)
•           Agricultural Advisors
•           Plantation Companies
•           Agricultural Consultants
•           Private sectors

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 agriculture, forestry, 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.
The genetic supply industry will try to satisfy the growing demand by increasing the yield and quality of grain produced, possibly making an expanded acreage unnecessary. Yield increases over the past 45 years suggest that optimism is not unreasonable. During that time the population doubled, yield on the best land tripled, while acreage remained static. The feed-to-meat conversion efficiency also doubled, it now takes only 4 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of pork, and further increases in this efficiency can be expected to contribute to future increases in productivity. Although it costs more to produce today’s high yields, wealth has increased faster than the costs. Food accounts for half as much of our income today (11%) as it did 45 years ago. Past gains in productivity were achieved by improved mechanization and agricultural chemicals, in addition to genetic improvements. Future gains will depend increasingly on genetics, with some sectors of the agricultural chemical industry being replaced by genetics (e.g., insecticides and fungicides). It is encouraging to note that at the same time productivity was tripling soil erosion per ton of food produced was cut by two-thirds.
Genomics will accelerate the application of gene technology to agriculture. As previously described, this technology will enhance food security, by increasing productivity, and food safety, by eliminating mycotoxins. There is a third benefit, derived from the first two: increased wealth. By accelerating the application of technology, genomics significantly increases the value of seeds and agricultural products. This increase adds much wealth to the customers, company owners, employees, and citizens of the nations in which genetic supply companies operate, and to both producing and importing nations whose food costs consequently are decreased.
Developing nations of Asia have come a long way since the food crises of the 1960s. Over the last 30 years, higher productivity gains have been achieved, thanks to agricultural technologies such as high yielding varieties of rice and wheat, chemical inputs, irrigation, and improved cropping systems. Between 1970 and 1995, per capita gross domestic product increased by 190%, cereal production doubled, and calorie availability per person increased by 24% (Asian Development Bank [ADB], 2001). In 1975, one out of every two Asians lived in poverty. By 1995, this ratio fell to one in four.
Many Asian governments—including China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam—have given high priority to plant biotechnology research in the hope of addressing the pressing challenges related to improving productivity, farmers' livelihoods, driving rural development, and meeting food security demands.
Decades of documented evidence demonstrates that agricultural biotechnology is a safe and beneficial technology that contributes to both environmental and economic sustainability. Farmers choose biotech crops because they increase yield and lower production costs. Farmers get a greater financial return while using more environmentally friendly farming practices through the use of agricultural biotechnology.
U.S. farm income benefits from 1996-2007 are estimated at nearly $20 billion resulting from enhanced productivity and efficiency gains from agricultural biotechnology.
Herbicide Reduction Biotech varieties have dramatically reduced farmers’ reliance on pesticide applications: Since 1997, the use of pesticides on global biotech crop acreage has been reduced by 790 million pounds, an 8.8 percent reduction. Biotech Crops: Evidence, Outcomes and Impacts 1996-2007: Focus on Environmental Impacts. PG Economics Ltd., UK.) Through biotechnology, more specialized herbicides have been replaced by a smaller number of safer, broad spectrum compounds with reduced environmental impacts.
Why Frankfurt ?
Frankfurt is the business and financial centre of Germany and the largest city in the German state of Hesse. Frankfurt – the financial centre of the continent, the European city, the transport hub, the smallest metropolis in the world. Those who think of the city on the Main, think of the airport, the Paulskirche and Goethe, think of the Stock Exchange, the Book Fair and the skyline. There is no doubt about it; Frankfurt brings opposites together in a charming way. A city with a savoir-vivre, in whose streets multilingualism is an accepted way of life. At the same time, the flair of the global city and homely cosiness are often just a few steps apart.
With members from around the world focused on learning about Plant Genomics and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assembly of participants from the Plant Science and Genomics community.  This conference seek to bring all such scientist, Noble Laureate, researcher, research scholar, students and people together who are involved in Plant Science and Genomics field and provide them to discuss about their unique innovation, sharing ideas and interaction with each other. World-renowned speakers, the most recent development and advancement in the field of plant genomics are the limelight of the conference.
Agriculture was expanded during the 1960s and 1970s as it had access to new land and unemployed labour. Between 1962 and 1983, the agricultural sector grew by 6.1% a year on average and in 1980 it employed over 78% of the working population. Yet, the state perceived developments in the agricultural sector as necessary for industrialization and exports were taxed in order to keep domestic prices low and raise revenue for state investment in other areas of the economy.
Current challenges and future perspectives of plant and agricultural biotechnology
(I) Advancing structural genomic research to next-level by making finished physical maps publicly available for most of the economically important plants.
(ii) Assigning function to genes and regulatory sequences by utilizing high-throughput functional genomics research under target environmental conditions.
(iii) Development of crop specifics high-resolution genetic maps tightly linked to agronomic traits of interest.
(iii) Development of crop specific high-resolution genetic maps tightly linked to agronomic traits of interest.
(iii) Development of crop specific high-resolution genetic maps tightly linked to agronomic traits of interest.
(iv) Efficient tools, smart computational techniques and cyber infrastructure for high-throughput genotyping integrated to phenotyping under field conditions for the target traits.

Sessions and 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.
  • Botany plant ecology
  • Components of Plant and forest ecology
  • Advanced plant and Forest ecology
  • Application of plant and forest ecology
  • Phytochemical Analysis
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.
  • Plant Protection
  • Extracting ingredients for cosmetics using green technologies
  • Sustainable business practices
  • Natural replacements for petrochemical ingredients
  • Chitosan as a basic for personal care products
  • Plant Neurobiology
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.
  • Plant Science Research
  • Plant Cell
  • Plant Protection
  • Extracting ingredients for cosmetics using green technologies 
  • Plant Science business practices
  • Natural replacements for petrochemical ingredients      
  • Agronomy and Crop Sciences
  • Plant and Environment
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 medicine, natural 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 Botany, Chemistry, Pharmacology, 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.
  • Ornamental plants and bioactive compounds
  • Olive Bioactive: Applications and Prospects
  • Phytochemistry Experts Meeting
  • Drug discovery from natural sources and Herbal Medicines
  • Natural products in plant medicine
  • Microbiology and Phycology
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.
  • Primary growth of plant
  • Comparative Morphology
  • Adventitious Root Formation
  • Plant Nutrition and Soil Sciences
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.
  • Plant Ecology
  • Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences
  • Development and Economical Agribusiness
  • Plant Biochemistry and Biosystems
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 Plants Includes the study of Microbiology, Mycology, Nematology, Protozoology, Phycology, Environmental Mechanisms.
  • Insect Plant Interactions
  • Microbial Genomics
  • Plant Environment Interaction
  • Fungal Plant Interaction
  • Nutrition Improvement
  • Plant Immune Response
  • Plant Science
  • Phytochemical Analysis
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.
  • Green nanotechnology
  • Agriculture Nano toxicology
  • Uptake and Translocation of Nanoparticles in plants
  • Effects of Nanoparticles on plant growth and development
  • Transgenic plants producing vaccines
  • Vaccines given to plants for a healthy vegetation
  • Plant Neurobiology
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:
  • Plant cell biology
  • Plant cellular developmental biology
  • Plant growth regulators
  • Photosynthesis
  • Plant respiration  
  • Plant hormones
  • Phyto medicines
  • Plant biology
  • Plant nutrition
  • Plant Nano technology
  • Plant metabolism
  • Plant taxonomy
  • Medicinal plants
  • Aquatic plants and ecology
  • Plant and Environment
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.
  • Biotic and Abiotic stress in plants
  • Photo- morphogenesis & Photo-periodism
  • Plant hormones & Nutrition
  • Molecular Plant breeding and experimental Plant Breeding
  • Plant Glycobiology
  • Microbiology and Phycology
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.
  • miRNA and RNA analysis
  • Genetic conferences
  • Plant breeding methods
  • Pathogen detection and analysis
  • Epigenetics and DNA methylation studies
  • Disease and stress resistance
  • Plant Nutrition and Soil Sciences
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.
  • Plant Genome Engineering and Plant genetic diversity
  • Improving gene editing technology, enzymes, and methods
  • Genome editing applications using new techniques
  • Genome editing and the latest EU policies
  • Genome / DNA assembly for editing
  • Plant Genetic Engineering and GM crops
  • Plant Gene Editing for the Consumer
  • Plant engineering and its Applications in Cereals
  • Plant Biochemistry and Biosystems
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.
  • Insect Plant Interactions
  • Microbial Genomics
  • Plant Environment Interaction
  • Fungal Plant Interaction
  • Nutrition Improvement
  • Plant Immune Response
  • Microbiology and Phycology
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.
  • Modern technologies for Vegetation
  • Agricultural Meteorology
  • Seasons and Systems of Farming
  • Irrigation and Water Management
  • Harvesting and Post-harvest Technology
  • Agronomy of Field Crops and Biofuel Plants
  • Plant and Environment
Track 15: 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 pattern. Forestry 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.
  • Forest Resources Management
  • Forest and Conservation Sciences
  • Wood Science
  • Forestry and Nature Conservation
  • Geography and Geomatics
Track 16: 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. Pomology 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.
  • Floriculture Management
  • Greenhouse Management
  • Plant Nursery Operations
  • Ornamental Horticulture
  • Turf Management
  •  Plant and Environment

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