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Plant Sciences for the Future 2019

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Professors,Researchers,Scientist,Students,Head of the Departments



Lexisis 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. 

Plant Sciences conferences  will focus on the latest innovation & issues related to Plant field, it is an opportunity for the researcher across the globe to meet, perceive new scientific innovation. The two days Plant Sciences meeting  includes Plant Sciences, symposium, and special key note session conducted by the renowned speakers. Plant Sciences 2019 includes topics as, Plant Morphology And Plant Metabolism, Plant Diseases and Bryology, Plant Genetics and Molecular Evolution, Agribusiness, Good Agriculture Practices, Pesticide Application Technology, Agronomics and Crop Improvement Strategies, Seed Science And Technology, Agricultural Science And Agriculture Extension, Plant Based Nutrition Health care, Biodiversity And Evolution Of Plants, Plant Metabolic Engineering, Agronomy and agronomy Research, Plant Enzymes Biosynthesis, Phytochemical Analysis, Plant Nanotechnology, Bioinformatics In Plant Science, Antibiotics And Medicinal Plants.

 This Plant Sciences for the Future 2019 also encourages the active participation of young student researchers as we host Poster Award Competition and Young research Forum.





Robert Brown

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