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Plant Abiotic 2015, Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance III

Posted on May 20, 2015 12:37:00 AM

Conference - Vienna, Austria
Abiotic stresses, defined as the negative impact of non-living factors on the living organisms in a specific environment are the primary causes of crop loss worldwide. Abiotic stresses include high and low temperatures, salinity, drought, flooding, heavy metal stress and many other environmental factors. Plant tolerance to these stresses is dependent on the molecular networks involved in stress perception, signaling, and the expression of specific stress-related genes and metabolites
The main goal of the International Conference “Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance III” is to bring researchers from academy and industry to present and evaluate the most recent advances in understanding and combating plant abiotic stress and tolerance mechanisms and to define new frontiers in this field.
The program of Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance III Conference combines plenary lectures and session talks, posters sessions, special sessions on career development, and tours of the beautiful city of Vienna. Approximately 250-300 participants are expected, including more than 35 speakers and many presentations, selected from abstracts.
Organization: Vienna International Science Conferences & Events Association
Mon, Jun 29, 2015 - Wed, Jul 01, 2015
Festsaal Bundesamtsgebaude Radetzkystraße 2, A-1030 Wien
Vienna, Austria
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