Plant Sciences for the Future 2019

Sep 11-12, 2019

London, United Kingdom

Conference on Plant Sciences for the Future

Lexis pleased to invite you to participate in the ‘Plant Sciences for the Future 2019 (PSF2019)’ during September 13-14, 2019 at London. Plant Sciences 2019 London is the International conferences which maintain together the who are at the forefront in the field of Plant Biology and Plant Biotechnology.  The schedule will include oral presentations, keynote sessions led by eminent scientists and poster sessions presented interactively by professors, assistant professors junior scientists and graduate students. It is the ultimate meeting place for all the Eminent worldwide for interdisciplinary scientific collaborations and networking. With its 20 Conferences Highlight’s, you are provided assurance to explore the latest technologies and breakthroughs that are specific to your area of work. No doubt the event has a broad scope of topics and continued in conferences sessions relative to the specific area of research.

Why to attend?

This is the an interaction with participants from the plant biologists, Plant biotechnologist plant science association’s societies, plant science societies, Horticulture, Forestry, Agriculture, Agronomy, soil sciences and plant sciences Academicians. It helps   reporting and learning about the latest innovations on plant management as well as for launching new applications and technologies and the effectiveness of various regulatory programs.


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.

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. 

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.

Plant Sciences previous Conferences Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Eugenija Kupcinskiene Habil working at Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, Lithuania

Dr. Synan F Abu Qamar, United Arab Emirates University, UAE

Dr. Ryoung Shin, RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science, Japan

Dr. Douglas J Marques, Universidade José do Rosário Vellano, Brazil

Dr. Levan Ujmajuridze, Scientific-Research Center of Agriculture, Georgia

Dr. Jocelyn K C Rose, Cornell University, USA

Dr. Aluri Jacob Solomon Raju, Andhra University, India

Dr. Harrie van Erp, Rothamsted Research, UK

Dr. Grace Chen, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USA




Conference Name



Plant Sciences for the Future 2019

London, UK

Sep 13-14, 2019



Dr Majda K Suleiman
Research Scientist and Program Manager of Desert Agriculture and Ecosystems Program
University of Western Australia
University of Western Australia


Dr. Suleiman is a Research Scientist and Program Manager of Desert Agriculture and Ecosystems Program at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research. She acquired a PhD. in Biological Sciences (Thesis- Restoration Ecology of Acacia pachyceras in the Stat

Researches :

  • Plant Science
Dr Mohammad Babadoost
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign


Mohammad Babadoost received his B.S. in plant protection from the University of Tabriz, M.S. in plant pathology from Washington State University, and Ph.D. in plant pathology from North Carolina State University. From 1994 to 1999, he worked as a research

Researches :

  • Plant disease management, epidemiology, crop loss assessment, diseases of fruit and vegetables
Dr Kriuchkova Larysa
Plant Pathology
National University of Life and Environmental Science of Ukraine


Dr. Kriuchkova Larysa is professor of Plant Pathology Department of National University of Life and Environmental Science of Ukraine (NULESU), Kyiv, Ukraine. Current research concerns crop diseases that continue to be economically important in Ukraine, ma

Agri-business experimented Manager
plantations, agroindustries, and senior consultant


He is Agri-business experimented Manager (plantations, agroindustries), and senior consultant - World's citizen

Dr Smita Purohit
Professor in The IIS University
IIS University


Smita Purohit is presently working as a Senior Assistant Professor and Head in The IIS University, Jaipur, India. She has an expertise in the field of Plant Tissue Culture, Stress Physiology, Molecular Biology and Crop Science. The present research articl

Researches :

  • Botany

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