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Plant Biology Europe FESPB/EPSO 2014 Congress
2014-06-22 to 2014-06-26
Dublin, Ireland

Conference Themes

As well as general plant biology sessions the conference topics will include:

Abiotic Stress Responses
Below Ground Processes
Big Data in Plant Science
Emerging Technologies
Land Use and Greenhouse Gases
Natural Variation in Plants
Organelle Biology
Photosynthesis and Respiration
Plants and Environment
Plant Biology for Bioenergy
Plant Biology for Food Security
Plant Development
Plant Evolution and Phylogenetics
Plant Invasions and their Impacts
Plant Metabolism
Plant-Pathogen Interactions
Symbiotic Interactions
Synthetic Biology
Systems Biology

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Post-transcriptional Gene Expression Regulation in Plants
2014-06-30 to 2014-07-02
Poznan, Poland

An international symposium of the Polish Society of Experimental Plant Biology.

The Organizing Committee is very pleased to invite you to participate in the next Post-transcriptional Gene Expression Regulation in Plants meeting which will be held in Poznan, Poland, in the Collegium Biologicum of Adam Mickiewicz University, Umultowska 89, 61-614 Poznan. The PGRP meeting 2014 will start on Monday June 30th at 8.00 am, and end on Wednesday July 2nd at 2 pm.

All aspects of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in plants will be covered.

Topics include:

  • Regulation of pre-mRNA processing
  • RNA turn-over and surveillance
  • Regulation of translation
  • Epigenetics
  • Long non-coding RNAs
  • Biogenesis and function of small RNAs
  • Regulation of plant development and stress responses at the level of RNA
  • Bioinformatic and computational tools to study RNA structure, evolution and function link

Plant Biology 2014
2014-07-12 to 2014-07-16
Portland, Oregon, USA
For more information please refer to the website: link

Salt & Water Stress in Plants
2014-08-03 to 2014-08-08
Newry, ME, USA
Water availability is set to become the single most serious constraint on plant growth, crop yield and, hence, food security within the next two decades. We have seen substantial progress in recent years towards understanding how water stress and salinity affect these and related processes of development, nutrition, photosynthesis and pathogen defence. These developments challenge thinking and the approaches to mitigating the effects of water and salt stress in plants through crop engineering. They highlight many unknowns, including major signalling and genetic elements that must contribute to response integration in the plant. link

International Association of Plant Biotechnology Congress 2014
2014-08-10 to 2014-08-15
Melbourne, Australia
The IAPB 2014 Committee is currently developing an interesting and relevant program that will feature a range of topics presented during various keynote and concurrent sessions.

http://www.iapb2014congress.comexternal link

The 2nd Plant Genomics Congress USA
2014-09-11 to 2014-09-12
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Attracting experts working in areas such as plant sciences, next generation sequencing, genomics, epigenetics, bioinformatics and data management the conference will examine the latest NGS platforms and technologies suitable for progressing plant based research as well as tools to enable successful analysis. link

NZ Society of Soil Science Conference "Soil Science for Future Generation"
2014-12-01 to 2014-12-04
The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
The aim of the conference is to bring the New Zealand soil community together across a wide range of soil science disciplines and institutes covering research, education, policy, and extension to present their latest science and discuss its implications for our environment, now and into the future. In-line with the theme of the conference, we seek to attract and encourage the involvement of the next generation of soil scientists by making the event highly accessible and relevant to our student population. link

XVII. International Plant Protection Congress
2015-08-24 to 2015-08-27
Berlin, Germany
The program of activities being developed jointly by the three German organisations (DPG, JKI and IVA) together with IAPPS is aimed to address many of the key issues faced by farmers, governments and plant protection scientists in meeting the challenge of designing and implementing appropriate and sustainable plant protection measures.

http://www.ippc2015.deexternal link