3rd World Plant Genomics and Plant Science Congress

Osaka, Japan   July 15-16, 2019

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Plant Genomics 2019

3rd World Plant Genomics and Plant Science Congress will be scheduled in Osaka, Japan during July 15-16, 2019 which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Workshops/Symposia, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The theme of the conference is around, “Surpassing the Vision in Plant Genomics and Plant Science”. Plant Genomics Congress is the premier event that brings together a unique and international mix of experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, expertise and research innovations to build a world class plant genomics conference. The event focuses on aspects such as breeding, molecular marker development, crop improvement, disease resistance, epigenetics, evolution studies and pathology as well understanding tools to overcome barrier and enable successful data analysis and management. Presentations concentrate not only particular to plant genomics but also crop and forestry research ranging from wheat, barley, maize and rice to potato, tomato, Arabidopsis, biofuels and various fruits.

Session1: Plant Genome Science

Plant Genomics is the field of plant science focused on understanding the sequence, structure and regulation of the genome. With the advent of low cost high-throughput sequencing, investigations of the genome have become much more sophisticated in recent years.  It is now possible to compare multiple genomes within a species (pan-genomes) as well as across species (comparative genomics). One of the major challenges facing the field today is developing tools to mine these massive datasets and to visualize the results of comparative studies.  As additional data channels become available (e.g. methylation profiles, RNAseq datasets, chromatin maps), new computational tools will also be needed to integrate multiple omics datasets.

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Session2: Agricultural Science

Agricultural science is a broad multidisciplinary field of biology that encompasses the parts of exact, natural, economic and social sciences that are used in the practice and understanding of agriculture. Plant Genomics 2019 encourages to showcase your research and development on: production techniques (e.g., irrigation management, recommended nitrogen inputs), Improving agricultural productivity in terms of quantity and quality (e.g., selection of drought-resistant crops and animals, development of new pesticides, yield-sensing technologies, simulation models of crop growth, in-vitro cell culture techniques),  Minimizing the effects of pests (weeds, insects, pathogens, nematodes) on crop or animal production systems.  

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Session3: Plant Proteomics and Plant Science

Proteomics is the large-scale functional analysis of proteins extracted from intact organisms, tissues, individual cells, or cell compartments, at defined timepoints during development or under specific conditions. Plant Proteomics highlights the rapid progress in this field in plants, with emphasis on recent work in model plant species, subcellular organelles, and specific aspects of the plant life cycle such as signalling, reproduction and stress physiology. In addition, Plant Science Congress also include the study of basic concepts and applied aspects of experimental plant biology, genomics, proteomics, plant biochemistry, cell biology, evolutionary biology, functional plant breeding and systems biology. The current trends and future prospects of plant science research encompass the development of disease resistant plants through plant biotechnological innovations can be learnt and shared here at our Plant Genomics Conference

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Session4:  Molecular Plant Breeding

Plant breeding is simple: cross the best parents and identify and recover progeny that outperform the parents. In practice, plant breeding is a three step process, wherein populations or germplasm collections with useful genetic variation are created or assembled, individuals with superior phenotypes are identified, and improved cultivars are developed from selected individuals. A wide diversity of approaches, tailored to the crop species and breeding objectives, have been developed for improving cultivars these breeding methods feature different types of populations, selection procedures, and outcomes. To know more interesting developments happening in this field, Plant Genomics Meeting stands as an excellent platform to discuss with your co researchers and students.

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Session5: Stress Signalling in Plants

Plants undergo continuous exposure to various biotic and abiotic stresses in their natural environment. To survive under such conditions, plants exhibit stress tolerance or stress avoidance through acclimation and adaptation mechanisms that ultimately re-establish cellular and organismal homeostasis or reduce episodic shock effects. These abilities involve intricate and complex mechanisms of perception, transduction, and transmission of stress stimuli, allowing optimal response to environmental conditions. The perception of stimuli and their expansion in cells involves signalling molecules such as intracellular calcium and reactive oxygen species, which intensify the action of particular signalling pathways. Unleash your research findings on Stress Signalling in Plants to the world, This can be possible by our Plant Genomics Event

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Session6: Plant Nutritional Genomics

Nutritional genomics is a new and promising science area which can broadly be defined as the application of high throughput genomics (transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics/metabonomics) and functional genomic technologies to the study of nutritional sciences and food technology. It  provides  a  genetic  understanding  for  how  diet,  nutrients  or  other  food components  affect  the  balance  between  health  and  disease  by  altering  the  expression   and/or   structure   of   an individual’s   genetic   makeup. Though the population incresing day by day, many researchers and scientists give their best affords through new research developments and creations under Plant Nutritional Genetics, Here is your scientific forum to express your new challenges at Plant Genomics Sympossium

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Session7: Crop Improvement and Plant Virology

Crop improvement refers to the genetic alteration of plants to satisfy human needs. In prehistory, human forebears in various parts of the world brought into cultivation a few hundred species from the hundreds of thousands available. Through a long history of trial and error, a relatively few plant species have become the mainstay of agriculture and thus the world's food supply. Plant viruses are wide spread and economically important plant pathogens. Plant viruses consist of a nucleoprotein in that multiplies only in the living cells of a host .The presence of viruses in host cells often results in disease,400 or more viruses are known to attack plants.

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Session8: Plant Biotechnology

Plant Biotechnology is a set of techniques used to adapt plants for specific needs or opportunities. Plant Biotechnology applies technological methods to biological organisms. Plant biotechnology can be defined as the introduction of desirable traits into plants through genetic modification.

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Session9: Plant Morphology and Plant Metabolism

Plant morphology deals with both the vegetative structures of plants, as well as the reproductive structures. It includes plant development, floral morphology pollination and fertilization. Plant morphology provides an overview of the science of studying the external form of plants. Plant metabolism includes the complex of physical and chemical events of photosynthesis, respiration, and the synthesis of organic compounds.

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 Session10: Plant Genetics and Genomics market

Plant Genetics is a wide range term. There are different kinds of hereditary qualities as a rule. The idea of hereditary qualities is the branch of science that arrangements with heredity, particularly the systems of innate transmission and the variety of acquired attributes among comparative or related life forms. Genomics is the investigation of the hereditary material or genomes of a life form. Investigators figure the Global Genomics market will develop at a CAGR of 11.21% over the period 2013-2018. As per the report, the most essential driver of the market is an expansion in the interest for consumables.

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Why Osaka?
Osaka as one of the world's biggest urban areas, Osaka's populace thickness demonstrates intriguing examples because of the modern zones around the narrows, historically significant area only west of there, and territories of populace development settled in among the mountains adjacent Census information uncovers that populace thickness shifts observably from territory to zone. Little region statistics information completes a superior employment portraying where the swarmed neighbourhoods are. In this guide, territories of most elevated thickness surpass 30,000 people for every square kilometer. High-thickness territories surpass 7,000 people for each square kilometer. High thickness territories surpass 5,200 people for every square kilometer. The last classes break at 3,330 people for each square kilometer, and 1,500 people for every square kilometer The Agricultural Trade Office of the U.S. Government office in Osaka might want to exhibit an Agricultural Products Trade Showcase highlighting basically new-to-advertise sustenance and refreshments in Japan. This sustenance and horticultural grandstand can enhance U.S. organizations discover purchasers and wholesalers - extending market perceivability and deals openings with outside purchasers. This exhibit occasion can help your business in systems administration, associating and one-on-one gatherings, publicizing/advancements with quality merchants and purchasers from the Osaka zone, inside another market

Agriculture in Japan
Japan had the world's third-largest economy with a total gross domestic product (GDP) of US$4.1 trillion in 2015. Real GDP growth was 0.4% in 2015, a rate that is anticipated to increase to 0.9% throughout 2016. Japan has a large middle class and one of the oldest populations in the world. Individuals aged 65 and over are the largest demographic, representing over 26.7% of the total Japanese population in 2015. An aging population can pose challenges to the market, especially as these older consumers increase in number and their dietary requirements change. Furthermore, older generations require more innovative products, such as easy-to-use packaging or smaller portions. Health-related products, such as functional foods, are also of very high importance. Consequently, opportunities to better serve this segment of the population are emerging in several packaged food categories. Packaged food sales were valued at US$158 billion in 2015 and are anticipated to reach US$164.2 billion by 2020.

Current analysis of crop production in Asia:

Significant Plant Science Associations around the world

Universities and Research institutes in Asia:

Top Universities in Middle East:

Top Universities in Europe:

Top Plant Science and Plant Genomics Universities in USA:

International Research Centres for Plant Sciences and Plant Genomics:

A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International event:
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  • Plant Genome Science
  • Agricultural Science
  • Plant Proteomics and Plant Science
  • Molecular Plant Breeding
  • Stress Signalling in Plants
  • Plant Nutritional Genomics
  • Crop Improvement and Plant Virology
  • Plant Biotechnology
  • Plant Morphology and Plant Metabolism
  • Plant Genetics and Genomics Market
  • Phytopathology and Plant Protection

9 Organizing Committee Members

26 Renowned Speakers

Takayuki Momma

Iwate University
Japan

Wilson Boardman

Micromix Plant Health Limited
UK

Yusuf Leonard Henuk

University of Sumatera Utara
Indonesia

Thomas P. Brutnell

Viridis Genomics Consulting
USA

Ramanjulu Sunkar

Oklahoma State University
USA

Ryoung Shin

RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science
Japan

Rym Fekih

Kobe University
Japan

Robert Caine

The University of Sheffield
UK

Alice Brunazzi

ISI Sementi
Italy

Al-Ghaliya Al-Mamari

Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries
Oman

Nagesh Kancharla

Reliance Industries Limited
India

Francesco Sunseri

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Italy

Maria Rosa Abenavoli

Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria
Italy

Vasileios Fotopoulos

Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Najla Mezghani

National Gene Bank of Tunisia
Tunisia

Abdelnaser Elashry

Research Associate, Strube Research
Germany

Sergio Lanteri

Professor, University of Turin
Italy

Xian Deng

Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

Geraldine P Muncada

University of Eastern Philippines
Philippines

Paul Njiruh Nthakanio

University of Embu
Kenya

Yalcin Kaya

Trakya University
Turkey

Anindya Bandyopadhyay

Syngenta Center of excellence for Genome editing
China

Behnam Derakhshani

National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
Japan

Kaixuan He

Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

Ivan Kabiita Arinaitwe

University of Malaya
Malaysia

Mustafa A. N. AL-Fayyadh

Eskisehir Technical University
Turkey