Sep 21-22, 2020    Tokyo, Japan
Global Summit on

Plant Genomics and Plant Biotechnology

Plant Genomics 2020  conference invite all to join the Global Summit on Plant Genomics and Plant Biotechnology in Tokyo, Japan during September 21-22, 2020. It brings together world-class scientists, biologists, bioinformatics, genetics; academicians to discuss Plant Genomics & Plant Biotechnology related topics. Plant genomics is an increasingly important area of science that has expanded in recent years due to the development of advanced technologies and methods. An understanding of plant genomics is a prerequisite for advanced plant breeding and crop improvement. An in-depth knowledge of plant genomics helps researchers to enhance production, confer resistance or tolerance to adverse conditions and improve crops. Plant Genomics 2020 Conference includes worldwide attendee Workshops, Lectures and Exhibitions, Poster Presentations.


Tokyo, Japan's bustling capital blends the ultramodern and the customary, from neon-lit high rises to noteworthy sanctuaries and its world class tourist attractions renowned across the globe.  The rich Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its transcending door and encompassing woods. The Imperial Palace sits in the midst of enormous open nurseries. The city's numerous historical centers offer shows going from old style workmanship (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a recreated kabuki theatre (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum). Tokyo ranked first in the Global Economic Power Index Tokyo was ranked first in the “Best overall experience” category of Trip Advisor’s World City Survey and the city also ranked first in the following categories: helpfulness of locals, nightlife, shopping, local public transportation and cleanliness of streets.

Who Can Attend?


 Research Institutes and Members

 Departments Head/Deans

 Manufacturing Companies

 Research Scholars

 Directors of Companies and Organizations

 Graduates and Post Graduates

 Genetic Societies and Associations

 Association Presidents and Professionals

 Government Officials and NGO’S

Mode of Participations:

 Keynote Sessions

 Exhibitor Booth

 Oral Presentations

 Video Presentations

 Poster Presentations

 E-poster Presentation





Conference Scientific Sessions:

1. Scientific Session on Plant Genomics:

Plant Genomics is an inexorably imperative territory of science that has extended as of late because of the improvement of trend-setting innovations and strategies. A understanding of plant genomics is essential for cutting edge plant rearing and yield enhancement. A top to bottom information of plant genomics causes analysts to upgrade generation, present opposition or resistance to antagonistic conditions and enhance crops.

2. Scientific Session on Plant Tissue Culture:

Plant tissue culture is the growth of plant cells outside an intact plant. It depends on maintaining plant cells in aseptic conditions on a suitable nutrient medium. The culture can be supported as a mass of undifferentiated cells for an extended period of time, or regenerated into whole plants. . The dissimilar techniques used in plant tissue culture. Plant tissue culture is mostly used to produce clones of a plant in a procedure known as micro-propagation with different stages.

3. Scientific Session on Molecular Farming:

The molecular farming is a new technology that uses plants to produce large quantities of pharmaceutical substances such as vaccines and antibodies. It relies on the same method used to produce genetically modified crops the artificial introduction of genes into plants. Plants provide an inexpensive and simple system for the production of valuable recombinant proteins on large scale, and compared to the other production systems, they have numerous advantages in terms of economy, safety, and applicability.

4. Scientific Session on Crop Improvement:

Crop improvement refers to the genetic change of plants to satisfy human needs. In prehistory, human forebears in various parts of the world brought into growing a few hundred species from the hundreds of thousands available. In the process they transformed elements of these species into crops though genetic alterations that involved conscious and unconscious selection, the differential reproduction of variants.

5. Scientific Session on Plant Biotechnology:

Plant biotechnology is a set of techniques used to adapt plants for specific needs or opportunities. Situations that combine multiple needs and opportunities are common. For example, a single crop may be required to provide sustainable food and healthful nutrition, protection of the environment, and opportunities for jobs and income. Finding or developing suitable plants are typically a highly complex challenge. Plant biotechnology is a tool to help address the challenge of producing more food, and more nutritious food, more effectively than was previously possible.

6. Scientific Session on Transgenic Breeding:

Genetic improvement of crop plants, domestic animals and useful micro-organisms, through genetic engineering, in relation to their economic use for mankind is referred to as transgenic breeding. Plant breeding is an effective approach to lessen As uptake and magnify As sequestration in root tissues. Arsenic concentrations vary in different rice strains found worldwide. A cross between low as rice accessions and high As rice accessions revealed that 1/4th of the second generation rice plants had a remarkable decrease in As accumulation.

7. Scientific Session on Plant Health and Nutrition:

Nutrients are taken up by the fine root hairs, not by the big roots. The larger roots are used for supporting the tree and for storage of water and other plant food. The root hairs can also excrete liquids that affect the acidity of the soil (pH).Farmers use fertilizers to impart nutrients to plants either by application to the soil or to plant leaves. But when they are applied as a dry product directly in the field or as liquid fertilizer, loss of nitrogen occurs, depending on climatic conditions. To prevent this phenomenon and improve the efficiency of nitrogen fertilization, we have developed innovative formulations for fertilizer protection based on urease and nitrification inhibitors.

8. Scientific Session on Genetically Modified Plants:

Genetically modified plants also called transgenic plants .Genetically modified plants can potentially affect many aspects of modern society, including agricultural production and medical treatment. Despite these possible applications, the use of genetically modified plants for human welfare has been restricted owing to various concerns raised by the public and the critics.

9. Scientific Session on Plant Pathology:

Plant pathology refers the the scientific study of diseases in plants caused by pathogens and environmental conditions. These are called plant pathogens. Plant disease epidemiology is the study of disease in plant society. Molecular Plant Pathology describes how pathogens cause disease, including analysis of the molecular signalling between plant, pathogens and genes.

10. Scientific Session on Plant Reproduction:

Plant Reproduction is generating the new individuals or generation in the plants, which can be known by Biogenetic proliferation or by sexual. This reproduction produces by the combination of gametes and brings out the hereditarily not quite the same. Biogenetic generation delivers the new generation without combination of gametes to the guardian plants. In seed plants, the spawn’s can be bundled in defensive seed, which is utilized as source dispersal.


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