Webinar on

Plant Science

Tokyo, Japan   September 18, 2020

Plant Science Webinar

Theme: Plant Science In a Changing World

We are delighted to welcome all enthusiastic researchers from all around the world to join us for the Webinar on Plant Science Scheduled on September 18, 2020 at 15:30 (GMT+9). The  online summit will be forward with the theme Plant Science in a Changing World.

Scientific sessions include Plant Science, Phytoharmones & Phytochromes, Plant Molecular Breeding, Plant Physiology, Plant Tissue Culture and Plant Pathology.

Benefits:

  • Career development
  • • Make virtual connections
  • • Cost effective as travel, accommodation is not required
  • • Convenient to all
  • • Time and money saviour.

Why to attend? 

  • Constant source of fresh ideas and insights from peers
  • Affordability
  • Increasing connections
  • Certification and recognition
  • Visibility of profile across the globe
  • Creation of one web page for each participant
  • Interactive and informative
  • No travel required.

Session 01: Molecular Plant Breeding
Plant breeding is simple: cross the best parents and identify and recover progeny that outperforms 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 Science Online Meeting stands as an excellent platform to discuss with your co-researchers and students.

Session 2: Plant Physiology
Plant physiology is the study of plant function and behaviour, encompassing all the dynamic processes of growth, metabolism, reproduction, defence, and communication that account for plants being alive. Considering that most of these processes take place at the level of cells, tissues, and organs, there is, because of the close association between structure and function in plants, also a close association between plant physiology and plant anatomy.  Plant Science Webinar provides a global chance to share your opinions with the international cultivators.

Session 03: Plant Tissue Culture
Plant tissue culture technology is being widely used for large scale plant multiplication. Apart from their use as a tool of research, plant tissue culture techniques have in recent years, become of major industrial importance in the area of plant propagation, disease elimination, plant improvement and production of secondary metabolites. Small pieces of tissue (named explants) can be used to produce hundreds and thousands of plants in a continuous process. A single explants can be multiplied into several thousand plants in the relatively short time period and space under controlled conditions, irrespective of the season and weather on a year-round basis. Collaborate with the global plant science experts online at Plant Science Virtual Event.

Session 04: Plant Pathology
Plant Science Webinar provides the greatest platform for plant pathologists and plant breeders to enhance and discuss current research developments along with scientific aspects of integrated plant protection within the framework of ecologically sound and economically reasonable land cultivation. Relevant topics include advanced methods of diagnosis, computer-assisted diagnosis, research and new findings in the field of plant and soil hygiene, biological methods of plant protection, selective chemical methods of plant protection, and the effects of plant-protecting agents and their toxicology, methods to induce and utilize crop resistance, techniques of application and economic aspects of plant protection. Collaborate with the global plant scientists online at Plant Science Virtual Event.

  • Plant Science
  • Phytoharmones & Phytochromes
  • Plant Molecular Breeding
  • Plant Physiology
  • Plant Tissue Culture
  • Plant Pathology

5 Renowned Speakers

Priyanka Joshi

Washington State University
USA

Moumita Malakar

Central University of Tamil Nadu
India

Muhammad Ammar Latif

Young Scientsist, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
Pakistan

Sarah Nanyita

National Crops Resources Research Institute
Uganda

Jianhua Zhu

University of Maryland
USA