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*Modern Variety Breeding for Present and Future Needs
Valencia, Spain
11 Sep 2008 - 14 Sep 2008
EUCARPIA 18th General Congress.

*12th International Lupin Conference “Lupins for Health and Wealth”
Fremantle, WA, Australia
14 Sep 2008 - 18 Sep 2008
The International Lupin Conference plays an ongoing role in fostering and maintaining linkages between a dedicated community of lupin researchers throughout the world..

*8th European Nitrogen Fixation Conference
Ghent, Belgium
30 Aug 2008 - 3 Sep 2008
The sessions of the Conference held in Ghent will cover the various aspects of biological nitrogen fixation, including microbiology, plant-microbe interactions, plant cell biology, genomics and new high-throughput approaches..

*ICPP 2008
Turin, Italy
24 Aug 2008 - 29 Aug 2008
The aims of the Congress are to: educate and share information on plant diseases and their control;encourage interaction between scientists of all ages and relevant disciplines from all over the world;strengthen global food security.

*3rd International Phytophthora and Pythium Workshop
Turin, Italy
23 Aug 2008 - 24 Aug 2008
Integration of Traditional and Modern Approaches for Investigating the Taxonomy and Evolution of Phytophthora, Pythium and Related Genera.

*9th International Congress of Plant Pathology
Turin, Italy
24 Aug 2008 - 29 Aug 2008
Organised by the Italian Society for Plant Pathology (SIPaV), the Italian Association for Plant Protection (A.I.P.P.) and the International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP).Aims include : to contribute to effective and sustainable disease management.

*4th International Conference on The Comparative Biology of the Monocotyledons
Copenhagen, Denmark
11 Aug 2008 - 15 Aug 2008
with the 5th International Symposium on Grass Systematics and Evolution.

*International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Higher Plants
Vienna, Australia
12 Aug 2008 - 15 Aug 2008
Symposium will not only provide the platform for the exposition and rigorous discourse on current research and technology development in this field, but will also establish working linkages between molecular geneticists and plant breeders.

*21st North American Prairie Conference
Winona, Minnesota, United States
4 Aug 2008 - 8 Aug 2008
We have chosen The Prairie Meets the River as a theme to emphasize the importance of water in the prairie environment..

*9th ISSS Conference on Seed Biology
Olsztyn, Poland
6 Jul 2008 - 11 Jul 2008
The conference topics will include: Seed Development & Maturation; Seed Dormancy & Germination; Seed Ecology; Seed Stress Tolerance; Seed Technology; Seed Germplasm Preservation and Alternative Seed Uses..

*Xth Symposium of the International Organisation of Plant Biosystematists
Vysoké Tatry Mts, Slovakia
2 Jul 2008 - 4 Jul 2008
We would like to cover a wide span of topics ranging from the traditional biosystematic studies to the application of the most advanced molecular techniques addressing evolutionary, phylogenetic, phylogeographic, ecological and other questions..

*2nd World Scientific Congress Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change
Delft, Netherlands
29 Jun 2008 - 4 Jul 2008
The title of the Congress is Challenges in Botanical Research and Climate Change and the main themes are Conservation and Climate Change, Bionics, New Systematics and Future Issues. We invite you all to join us.

*4th EPSO CONFERENCE '08
Presqu’île de Giens, France
22 Jun 2008 - 26 Jun 2008
European Planrt Science Organisation. Please watch this webpage for updates..

*Plant Hormones and Signaling
Keystone, CO, United States
10 Feb 2008 - 15 Feb 2008
This meeting brings together the leaders in phytohormone signaling & plant disease (in a parallel meeting entitled “Plant Innate Immunity”) to discuss their latest results & to determine what approaches are needed to answer the question of how plants grow.

*Plant Innate Immunity
Keystone, CO, United States
10 Feb 2008 - 15 Feb 2008
What molecular mechanisms are involved in these two kinds of microbial recognition by plants, and what cross talk exists between them? The selected speakers will all address aspects of this and other questions..

*CYCAD 2008 - 8th INTERNATIONAL CYCAD CONFERENCE
Panama City, Panama
12 Jan 2008 - 18 Jan 2008
MAJOR FIELDS : MORPHOLOGY/ ANATOMY / SISTEMATICS / BIOGEOGRAPHY / ECOLOGY / GENETICS / BIOCHEMISTRY / PHYSIOLOGY/ CONSERVATION / POLLINATION BIOLOGY/ EXPEDITIONS/ BIOTECHNOLOGY / ETHNOBOTANY / HORTICULTURE / TISSUE CULTURE/ LEGAL ISSUES etc,.

*Corn & Sorghum and Soybean Seed Research Conference 2007
Chicago, Illinois, United States
4 Dec 2007 - 7 Dec 2007
The 2007 Corn & Sorghum and Soybean Seed Research Conference, or CSS 2007, represents the largest annual gathering of seed professionals in the world..

* Calcium–based signalling systems in plant
Dublin, Ireland
5 Dec 2007 - 7 Dec 2007
The aim of this conference is to consider the ‘state of the art’ and to engage in horizon scanning exercises that are only possible in relatively small discussion-focussed meetings.

*4th "SYMPOSIUM ON ASIAN PTERIDOLOGY AND GARDEN SHOW"
Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines
12 Nov 2007 - 18 Nov 2007
OBJECTIVES OF THE SYMPOSIUM: To show the richness of the asian pteridophytes; To disseminate research results on pteridophytes; To highlight the economic importance of ferns and its allies for future commercial ventures; and To strengthen linkages etc..

*Photosynthetic and atmospheric evolution
London, United Kingdom
12 Nov 2007 - 13 Nov 2007
Discussion Meeting. Email: discussion.meetings@royalsoc.ac.uk.

* XX Congreso Venezolano de Fitopatología
Yaracuy, Venezuela
13 Nov 2007 - 16 Nov 2007
En este congreso, al que asistirán más de 200 investigadores y estudiantes de todas las regiones del país, se presentarán los últimosresultados sobre el estudio de las enfermedades que afectan a cultivos de importancia en el país..

*11th International Symposium on Pre-harvest Sprouting in Cereals
Mendoza, Argentina
5 Nov 2007 - 9 Nov 2007
The aim of this meeting is to discuss the different aspects of the pre-harvest sprouting phenomenon and the possibilities of minimizing the incidence of this adversity..

*5th International Symposium on the Taxonomy of Cultivated Plants
Wageningen, Netherlands
15 Oct 2007 - 19 Oct 2007
Changing views on the principles of classification and nomenclature of cultivated plants have been incorporated in the rules of the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, and at the 2007 meeting in Wageningen a new edition of this code.

*10th Internatioanl Plant Virus Epidemiology (IPVE) symposium
Hyderabad, India
15 Oct 2007 - 19 Oct 2007
Controlling Epidemics of Emerging and Established Plant Virus Diseases - The Way Forward.

*"Plant Genomics European Meeting" 6th Plant GEM
Tenerife, Spain
3 Oct 2007 - 6 Oct 2007
Latest developments in genome and genomics research are proceeding at an ever increasing speed. Plant GEM is an international annual conference designed to be the platform for researchers from Europe and all over the world to discuss latest developments.

*FLORAL & VEGETATIVE VOLATILES
Les Diablerets, Switzerland
7 Oct 2007 - 12 Oct 2007
While the first two Gordon Conferences in this series were devoted to consideration of floral volatiles, our 2007 meeting will be the first to expand to cover the entire gamut of plant volatiles, from chemistry and biochemistry to physiology and ecology..

*2007 Master Gardener Horticulture Tour San Francisco & Yosemite
San Francisco, CA, United States
9 Oct 2007 - 17 Oct 2007
Accompany Master Gardeners from across Florida on a horticultural trip to the Western US..

*XXXI JORNADAS ARGENTINAS DE BOTANICA
Corrientes, Argentina
20 Sep 2007 - 24 Sep 2007
La Sociedad Argentina de Botánica organiza sus XXXI Jornadas Argentinas de Botánica, las que tendrán lugar en la ciudad de Corrientes,.

*Structure and function of primary and secondary cell walls
Potsdam, Germany
26 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007
Cell wall macromolecules and reaction wood (CEMARE) workshop.

*14th Biennial NSW Weeds Conference 2007
Wollongong, NSW, Australia
25 Sep 2007 - 27 Sep 2007
The Conference attracts researchers and practitioners from all around the State and Australia and provides a wonderful opportunity to meet and extend contacts..

*Ecofizz-2007
Sydney, Australia
27 Sep 2007 - 28 Sep 2007
Invitation to attend the 3rd Ecofizz conference for the Australian and New Zealander Plant Physiologists and Ecophysiologists.

*Balanced Regulation for Biological Plant Protection Final Conference of the REBECA Action
Brussels, Belgium
20 Sep 2007 - 21 Sep 2007
http://www.rebeca-net.de/.

*The 4th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants
Bangor, United Kingdom
16 Sep 2007 - 19 Sep 2007
Major objectives of the symposium are: presentation of the latest advances in physiology and ecology of root systems of woody plants; better assessment of the impacts of environmental disturbance on root physiological processes etc..

*PCN & Root-knot nematode identification workshop
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
11 Sep 2007 - 13 Sep 2007
Further details will be available shortly..

*Attack and Defence in Plant Disease
Bath, United Kingdom
12 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
This three-day international meeting is designed to provide an exciting and wideranging view of our current understanding of the mechanisms underlying plant disease.

* Systems Biology and the Biology of Systems: how, if at all are they related?
Buxton, United Kingdom
13 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
Systems Biology and The Biology of Systems? This meeting, which brings together researchers in plant systems biology with plant scientists who work on physiological, developmental, ecological and agronomic systems, seeks to provide answers.

*9th International Conference on the Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions (EMAPi9)
Perth, Australia
17 Sep 2007 - 21 Sep 2007
The conference will cover topics such as: ecological, biological and biogeographical studies on invasive plants;the management of plant invasions; etc..

*4th Tri-National Arabidopsis Meeting
Vienna, Austria
12 Sep 2007 - 15 Sep 2007
The 4th Tri-National Arabidopsis Meeting will discuss advances in Arabidopsis research carried out primarily in Austria, Germany and Switzerland..

* Frontiers in Phytohormone Science
Lausanne, Switzerland
10 Sep 2007 - 11 Sep 2007
Organised through the Department of Molecular Biology.

*ROS in Plants 2007
Ghent, Belgium
12 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
A SFFR Plant Oxygen Group meeting on reactive oxygen and nitrogen species. Signalling & Metabolism, Oxidative stress, Antioxidants.

*15th biennial Australian Research Assembly on Brassicas
Geraldton, WA, Australia
10 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
"Brassicas for Food, Fuel or Fiction?".

*Advances in Virology
University of Greenwich, United Kingdom
11 Sep 2007 - 12 Sep 2007
The programme for this conference will be open to any topics or areas within basic or applied plant virology & will include all current areas of interest to Plant Virologists, and will consist of presentations by invited speakers as well as offered papers.

*Translational Seed Biology: From Model Systems to Crop Improvement
Davis, CA, United States
17 Sep 2007 - 20 Sep 2007
The objective of this symposium is to bring together leading public- and private-sector scientists across all aspects of seed biology in a format that emphasizes the connections between fundamental discoveries and their applications in agriculture..

*I International Gyphosate Symposium
Botucatu - São Paulo, Brazil
15 Sep 2007 - 19 Oct 2007
The event will count with the participation of renowned national and international researches who will discuss the most up-to-date scientific, technical and practical subjects about glyphosate, such as: History and markets, Molecule dynamics in the plants.

*5th International Conference on 'Propagation of Ornamental Plants'
Sofia, Bulgaria
5 Sep 2007 - 8 Sep 2007
The Scientific Program includes leading scientists who have been invited to present key lectures covering both basic and applied aspects of plant propagation, and will present the current advances as well as future prospects of the respective fields..

* SEED ECOLOGY II 2007
Perth, Australia
9 Sep 2007 - 13 Sep 2007
Whether botanists, zoologists, conservation or restoration practitioners seed ecology brings together many disciplines. Seed Ecology II provides the premier venue for seed practitioners to meet as a single research community..

*Botanical Congress
Hamburg, Germany
3 Sep 2007 - 7 Sep 2007
Besides plenary lectures oral presentations will be given in six parallel lecture sessions each..

*2007 Shohin Bonsai Symposium
Rochester, New York, United States
6 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
Come join us for the Shohin Bonsai Symposium. Bring your family and friends to visit the nearby Finger Lakes Wine Region and Niagara Falls. Enjoy the experience of a well organized, friendly and educational bonsai gathering. You will NOT be disappointed..

*"Working together for Plants"
Cluj Napoca, Romania
5 Sep 2007 - 9 Sep 2007
5th Planta Europa Conference on the Conservation of Wild Plants in Europe.

*XI Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal
Gramado - RS, Brazil
9 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
O tema central desta XI edição do Congresso Brasileiro de Fisiologia Vegetal é “Fotossíntese: a essência da vida”..

*APGC Symposium: 'Responses of Plant Metabolism to Air Pollution and Global Change'
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
Aimed at scientists of various disciplines, who are actively involved in researching the impacts of, and responses of vegetation to, air pollution and global change..

*Pheromones and other Semiochemicals in Integrated Production
Lund, Sweden
9 Sep 2007 - 14 Sep 2007
Working Group Meeting.

*3rd Asian Conference on Plant Pathology
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
20 Aug 2007 - 23 Aug 2007
The principal aim of the conference is to create a forum for Asian plant pathologists who are interested in or related to scientific work, information or business in plant pathology..

*RHIZOSPHERE 2
Montpellier, France
26 Aug 2007 - 31 Aug 2007
The aim of this conference is to provide a multidisciplinary forum for exchanging innovative ideas and methods for studying the rhizosphere and understanding its complexity and role in ecosystem processes..

*National Plant Board 2007 Annual Meeting
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
19 Aug 2007 - 23 Aug 2007
An excellent program has been developed with emphasis on the APHIS budget and the programs of critical importance to state pest prevention and control initiatives. A biotechnology update will be presented with opportunity for state and industry input.

*ABLS 2007 meeting
Xalapa, Ver., Mexico
12 Aug 2007 - 16 Aug 2007
American Bryological and Lichenological Society meeting.

*Hydrangea 2007 • International Hydrangea Conference
Ghent, Belgium
16 Aug 2007 - 19 Aug 2007
The programme includes...lectures by collectors, scientists, growers...workshops both for enthousiasts and professionals....excursions to major Hydrangea collections etc..

* 60th New Zealand Plant Protection Conference
Napier, New Zealand
13 Aug 2007 - 16 Aug 2007
The theme will focus around "Good Agricultural Practice" and will include presentations from Government, Research and Sector organisations..

*8th International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar (8IPCHS)
Saskatchewan, Canada
3 Aug 2007 - 9 Aug 2007
This is a prestigious event, attracting scientists from over 20 nations and 25 of the United States of America. This is the only international conference focusing its program entirely on low temperature stress in plants..

*19th International Plant Growth Substances Association Meeting
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
21 Jul 2007 - 25 Jul 2007
This is a joint meeting of the International Plant Growth Substances Association with the Plant Growth Regulation Society of America and the Japanese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants.

*XIII International Congress on Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
Sorrento, Italy
21 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
The Congress will last for 5 working days and will include Plenary Lectures, Concurrent Sessions and Posters. Cultural and Social Program of the Congress will include a welcome reception, a half day excursion to the Pompeii ruins..

*Photosynthesis 2007
Glasgow, United Kingdom
22 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
The Photosynthesis Congress, while providing a unique opportunity to meet with international peers of the research world, highlights cutting edge progress in the world of photosynthesis research..

*World Conference of Bryology 2007
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
23 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
The year 2007 will see a world bryological conference focusing on the theme – “Bryology in Asia in the New Millennium”.

*CELLULASES & CELLULOSOMES
Andover, NH, United States
29 Jul 2007 - 3 Aug 2007
Cellulose, a key component of the plant cell wall, comprises the most abundant source of organic carbon on the planet and its microbial degradation is of considerable biological and industrial importance..

*The Aquatic Plant Management Society, Inc. 47th Annual Meeting
Nashville, TN, United States
15 Jul 2007 - 18 Jul 2007
The Aquatic Plant Management Society (APMS) strives to promote environmental stewardship through operations, research, education and outreach related to integrated management of vegetation in aquatic systems..

*PLANT METABOLIC ENGINEERING
Tilton, NH, United States
15 Jul 2007 - 20 Jul 2007
Sessions include: Metabolic networks and engineering: Before plants;Organization and evolution of plant metabolic pathways; Enzyme plasticity: Friend or foe in metabolic engineering?.

*20th North American Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Conference
Milwaukee, WI, United States
10 Jul 2007 - 14 Jul 2007
More information will soon be available on this site..

*13th International Symposium on Iron Nutrition and Interactions in Plants
Montpellier, France
3 Jul 2007 - 7 Jul 2007
provides opportunities to scientists from around the world from a broad range of disciplines to gain a better undestanding of the different components affecting and affected by iron nutrition of plants: soils, microbes, plants, animals and human beings..

* 14th Meeting of the International Bryozoology Association
Boone, North Carolina, United States
2 Jul 2007 - 7 Jul 2007
14th Meeting of the International Bryozoology Association.

*Plant Biology & Botany 2007 Joint Congress
Chicago, Illinois, United States
7 Jul 2007 - 11 Jul 2007
A JOINT CONGRESS INCLUDING: American Fern Society, American Society of Plant Biologists, American Society of Plant Taxonomists, Botanical Society of America, Phytochemical Society of North America.

*2nd ISSS Workshop on Molecular Aspects of Seed Dormancy and Germination
Salamanca, Spain
1 Jul 2007 - 4 Jul 2007
Lectures include: “Eighty years of research on seed dormancy and germination: from the petri dishes to genomics and proteomics”; : "Regulation of the transition from dormancy to germination in conifer seeds".

*2nd International Symposium on the Environmental Physiology of Ectotherms and Plants
Dunedin, New Zealand
1 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
ISEPEP arose by the amalgamation of two previous series of meetings: the International Symposium on the Cold Hardiness of Animals and Plants and the European Workshop on Invertebrate Ecophysiology..

* vacuoles and plastids: development and functions
Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
5 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
This seminar will focus on the development and function of vacuoles and plastids in plant cells. These organelles differentiate in response to environmental signals. Exciting new findings on organellar biogenesis and metabolism will be discussed.

*History, Evolution and Future of Arctic and Alpine Flora
St Andrews, United Kingdom
25 Jun 2007 - 27 Jun 2007
This conference will bring together palaeobotanists, ecologists and evolutionary biologists, to provide a synthesis of what is known about the history and evolution of Arctic and Alpine floras, and how they might respond to current global warming..

*ICPMB International Congress on Plant Mitochondrial Biology
Nara, Japan
25 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
ICPMB2007 has dedicated sessions to accommodate all types of research on plant mitochondria. We expect that the program is appealing to a wide array of scientists and students from around the world to present and discuss their latest results ..

*18th International Conference Arabidopsis Research
Beijing, China
20 Jun 2007 - 23 Jun 2007
The MASC would like to invite the international Arabidopsis and plant biology communities to join us at the 18th ICAR in Beijing, June 20-23th, 2007..

*American Hosta Society 2007 National Convention
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
20 Jun 2007 - 23 Jun 2007
The greatest spectacle in Hosta.

* Asia Pacific Conference on Plant Tissue Culture and Agrobiotechnology (APaCPA) 2007
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
10 Jun 2007 - 14 Jun 2007
The Asia Pacific Conference on Plant Tissue Culture and Agribiotechnology (APaCPA) 2007 in Kuala Lumpur will be the fourth conference in the series. The theme chosen is "Biotechnology for Better Food, Health & Quality Living"..

*«The modern plant physiology: from molecules to ecosystems»
Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Russia
18 Jun 2007 - 24 Jun 2007
6th Congress of Russian Society of Plant Physiologists.

*7th Flora Malesiana symposium 2007
Leiden, Netherlands
17 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
Symposia include: Taxonomy - Phanerogams systematic and phylogenetic research on selected groups; Biogeography; Nature conservation etc..

*6th International Herbage Seed Conference
Stavanger, Norway
17 Jun 2007 - 23 Jun 2007
With a pre-conference tourist tour to Norwegian fjords and mountains and a post-conference tour to the world's leading seed production nation, Denmark..

*Metabolomics Society 3rd Annual Conference
Manchester, United Kingdom
11 Jun 2007 - 14 Jun 2007
Themes include: Metabolomics in Health and Disease;Integrating Metabolomics Data with Systems Biology Models;Fluxomics and Pathway Discovery; Informatics Meets Isotopomer Analysis; Plant Metabolomics.

*Plant Canada 2007
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
10 Jun 2007 - 14 Jun 2007
Lead host organization: Canadian Phytopathological Society..

*14th Symposium of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany
Krakow, Poland
17 Jun 2007 - 23 Jun 2007
Cyclic conference on plant remains found in archaeological sites. It is organized every three years and monitored by permanent Committee. More information on the web site www.palaeoethnobotany.com and www.ib-pan.krakow.pl/iwgp/.

*9th World Congress on Parasitic Plants
Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
3 Jun 2007 - 7 Jun 2007
The Congress will bring together scientists representing a wide spectrum of disciplines, research approaches, and geographical representation of parasitic plant research. Assembling specialists with different perspectives.

*Native Plants in the Landscape Conference 2007
Millersville University, United States
7 Jun 2007 - 9 Jun 2007
While the subject of the conference pertains to native plant communities, the spririt of the conference is to build human communities among a broad range of participants by designing a conference affordable to all, encouraging formal and informal exchange.

*Molecular Genetics of Root Endosymbioses
near Geneva, Switzerland
1 Jun 2007 - 2 Jun 2007
A series of lectures by world-leading scientists will cover the most recent aspects of the genetics of mycorrhiza- and Rhizobium-plant interactions. In addition, a number of Ph.D. students and young postdocs will be selected for short presentations.

*CELLULAR OSMOREGULATION: SENSORS, TRANSDUCERS & REGULATORS
Aussois, France
3 Jun 2007 - 8 Jun 2007
At this conference biophysicists, biochemists, molecular biologists, cell biologists, microbiologists and physiologists will apply their complementary expertise..

*Symposium: The Search for New Plant-based Therapies
Chicago, Illinois, United States
4 Jun 2007 - 7 Jun 2007
Society for Economic Botany 48th Annual Meeting.

*2007 In Vitro Biology Meeting
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
9 Jun 2007 - 13 Jun 2007
Focuses on issues pertinent to Plant and Animal research and will give participants a unique learning experience on cell culture and biotechnology..

* "Plant DNA Repair and Recombination "
Presqu'île de Giens, France
31 May 2007 - 3 Jun 2007
This workshop will bring together the international community of scientists working on Genome Structure and Maintenance in plants.

*Symposium on Epistasis: Predicting Phenotypes and Evolutionary Trajectories
Ames, Iowa, United States
31 May 2007 - 3 Jun 2007
Epistasis plays critical roles in processes important to livestock and crop improvement and to evolution in natural populations..

*Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights on Plant Varieties
Christchurch, New Zealand
24 May 2007 - 24 May 2007
ISF Workshop.

*RHS Chelsea Flower Show
London, United Kingdom
22 May 2007 - 26 May 2007
Every year, for five days in May, the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, are transformed into the fabulous show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays that make up the world’s most famous flower show..

*18th EUCARPIA
Piešťany, Slovakia
23 May 2007 - 26 May 2007
Plant Genetic Resources and their Exploitation in the Plant breeding for Food and Agriculture.

*ISF World Seed Congress 2007
Christchurch, New Zealand
21 May 2007 - 23 May 2007
The congress provides its international membership with the opportunity to meet annually to share industry knowledge, consider research and technology developments, negotiate trade agreements and to develop new and existing industry networks..

*"Introduction to Risk Assessment for the Deliberate Release of GMOs: Assisting Decision-making in a Biosafety Framework"
Ca’ Tron di Roncade, Italy
14 May 2007 - 18 May 2007
The Workshop will be aimed at those scientists who are involved in issues related with risk assessment and management for the deliberate release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)..

*3rd Symposium on Plant Neurobiology
Strbske pleso, Slovakia
14 May 2007 - 18 May 2007
Topics include: Molecules, Signalling & Cell Biology;Plant Physiology & Electrophysiology; Ecology.

*"Plant Vascular Biology"
Taipei, Taiwan
7 May 2007 - 11 May 2007
The symposium will focus on recent progress in vascular plant biology, including development, evolution, structure, function & regulation, environmental influences, metabolism & nutrition, transport systems, local & long-distance communication etc..

*2007 Educational Conference and Annual Meeting of Members Herb Society of America
Scottsdale, AZ, United States
3 May 2007 - 5 May 2007
The conference is open to non-HSA members.

*Novel approaches for the control of postharvest diseases and disorders
Bologna, Italy
3 May 2007 - 4 May 2007
COST action 924 The main goal is to bring together researchers and specialists involved in postharvest protection, packaging and storage of fresh fruit and vegetable..

* "From basic genomics to systems biology"
Ghent, Belgium
2 May 2007 - 4 May 2006
Sessions include: Control of plant development : Cell cycle, differentiation, hormone, light and stress signalling; Photosynthesis & Chloroplast and mitochondrial functions.

*International Master Gardener Conference
Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
2 May 2007 - 5 May 2007
Picture of 'Mount Tacoma' tulips..

*Invasion of the Habitat Snatchers - Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
Cocoa Beach, FL, United States
30 Apr 2007 - 3 May 2007
he mission of the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council is to support the management of invasive exotic plants in Florida's natural areas by providing a forum for the exchange of scientific, educational and technical information..

*XII International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds
Montpellier, France
22 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2006
The XII ISBCW can provide a window to show the public and policy makers in the EU and around the world, that biological control of weeds uses internationally accepted scientific rigour and analysis to provide permanent and non-chemical weed control.

*3rd Global Botanic Gardens Conference
Wuhan, China
16 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
The Global Botanic Gardens Congress (GBGC) is held every three years and is recognized as the primary international event for botanic gardens worldwide. The Congress is organized by Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI).

*Resistance 2007
Rothamsted, United Kingdom
16 Apr 2007 - 18 Apr 2007
This major international conference, the fifth in an ongoing series, will review the latest research on the origins, nature, development and prevention of resistance to fungicides, herbicides and insecticides..

* MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE TO ANTIBIOTICS, DRUGS AND PESTICIDES
Cambridge, United Kingdom
16 Apr 2007 - 19 Apr 2007
This meeting will focus upon the mechanisms by which pathogens & agricultural pests resist the action of drugs & chemical control agents. It aims to bring together scientists from academic and industrial backgrounds engaged in the study of resistance..

*2nd International Conference on Plant Molecular Breeding (ICPMB)
Sanya, Hainan, China
23 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
his event will focus on Applied plant genomics and molecular plant breeding in view of the increasing need to use new molecular approaches and mine novel gene resources..

*9th Annual Southeast EPPC Conference
Athens, GA, United States
20 Mar 2007 - 22 Mar 2007
Pulling Together: Cooperation to Combat Invasive Plants.

*San Francisco Flower and Garden Show
San Francisco, CA, United States
21 Mar 2007 - 25 Mar 2007
The Garden Show offers five acres of gardens, exhibits, seminars and many other features. A number of changes have been made to the 2007 floorplan, including relocating the seminar rooms and some of the other Show features..

*Plant Cell Biology
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States
23 Mar 2007 - 28 Mar 2007
The aim of this meeting is to bring together outstanding plant cell biologists in order to discuss the latest developments in our understanding of the composition and function of cellular structures and the biology of cellular process,.

*“Biotechnology, Breeding, and Seed Systems for African Crops”.
Maputo, Mozambique
26 Mar 2007 - 29 Mar 2007
The primary purpose of this gathering is to give plant breeders, molecular biologists, and seed specialists linked to The Rockefeller Foundation's Program on African Crops an opportunity to report on progress made since the last meeting in Nairobi, Kenya.

*III International Orchid Conservation Congress
San Jose, Costa Rica
19 Mar 2007 - 20 Mar 2007
The primary objective will be to broaden the spectrum of useful abilities and knowledge about conservation and to include a broad base of professionals who are not directly related to botany and natural sciences, to analyze the factors threatening orchid.

*2007 International Symposium on Medicinal and Nutraceutical Plants
Fort Valley, GA, United States
19 Mar 2007 - 23 Mar 2007
The fundamental purpose of the symposium is to provide a forum for presentation and exchange of current information with respect to the status report including production, research, and marketing of medicinal and nutraceutical plants, their ethnobotany et.

*2007 Dahlia Greidinger Symposium
Haifa, Israel
12 Mar 2007 - 13 Mar 2007
Advanced techniques for monitoring nutrient and water availability to plants.

*EWRS Physical and Cultural Weed Control Working Group - 7th Workshop
Salem, Germany
12 Mar 2007 - 14 Mar 2007
The aim of the workshop is to be a forum where people involved in research in physical and cultural weed control can come together and exchange results, experiences, and information, and establish new contacts and networks..

*PLANT GENOMES
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
15 Mar 2007 - 18 Mar 2007
The aims of this meeting are to review progress in genome analysis of the major plant groups and to determine the similarities and differences in genome structure, composition and function of the major groups of experimental and crop plants..

*3rd International Orchid Conservation Congress
San José, Costa Rica
19 Mar 2007 - 24 Mar 2007
The 3rd IOCC promises to be once-in-a-lifetime experience. Not only will participants enjoy a rare opportunity to both hear lectures by, and rub shoulders with, some of the most important scientists in the orchid world today..

*Advanced Technologies for Monitoring Nutrient and Water Availability to Plants
Haifa, Israel
12 Mar 2007 - 14 Mar 2007
The availability of water and nutrients is a major factor regulating world agricultural productivity. Until recently, large scale estimation of such availability has been problematic..

*Annual Meeting of the Southern Section of the American Society of Plant Biologists
Mobile, AL, United States
3 Mar 2007 - 5 Mar 2007
2007 Annual Meeting.

*I Simpósio Nacional de Genética Molecular de Plantas
Natal (RN), Brazil
3 Mar 2007 - 6 Mar 2007
SBGMP 2007 abordará temas relacionados ao desenvolvimento de plantas com ênfase nas áreas de genética, biologia molecular, bioquímica e fisiologia.

*International Plants Expo Middle East
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
6 Mar 2007 - 8 Mar 2007
The organizers Messe Essen GmbH and planetfair llc developped an excellent opportunity to combine the worldwide green industry with the demand of the “middle east”..

*AETFAT 2007
Yaoundé, Cameroon
26 Feb 2007 - 2 Mar 2007
Systematics and Conservation of African Plants.

*SECONDARY METABOLISM IN PLANT SEEDS: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE APPLICATIONS
Potsdam, Germany
21 Feb 2007 - 24 Feb 2007
The symposium will focus on exciting new results and strategies in the synthesis and function of non-storage compounds in seeds, with emphasis on secondary metabolites and antioxidants..

*2ndary METABOLISM IN PLANT SEEDS: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE APPLICATIONS
Potsdam, Germany
21 Feb 2007 - 24 Feb 2006
Tocopherols, Tocorienols (Vitamin E); Isoprenoids, Carotenoids, Chlorophyll, Sterols ; Glucosinolates; Flavonoids and Phenolics; The future is now: Approaches to understand seed biology.

*Recognising water weeds
Paterson, NSW, Australia
24 Feb 2007 - 24 Feb 2007
A practical course to help you recognise serious aquatic weeds in Australia..

*49th Annual Conference of the International Association for Vegetation Science
Palmerston North, New Zealand
12 Feb 2007 - 16 Feb 2007
The conference theme is New Zealand: new home; new habitat! new ideas? The aim is to examine what New Zealand vegetation has contributed towards understanding the vegetation of planet Earth..

*47th Annual Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America
San Antonio, TX, United States
4 Feb 2007 - 8 Feb 2007
The scientific program will feature special topic symposia and poster and oral paper presentations on the latest weed science research..

*Plant Transformation Technologies
Vienna, Austria
4 Feb 2007 - 7 Feb 2007
The program is designed to offer professional state-of-the-art information for basic and applied scientists and plant breeders, and intends to bring together young and more experienced specialists, researchers and practitioners..

*8th Annual Meeting of the NORTHEAST AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT SOCIETY.
West Dover, Vermont, United States
16 Jan 2007 - 17 Jan 2007
As usual, a full program of informative papers and presentations on aquatic plant management issues has been prepared..

*Biotic and Abiotic Stress Responses in Plants
New Dehli, India
11 Dec 2006 - 13 Dec 2006
Topics Pathogenesis and pathogen growth mechanisms; RNAi and viral suppressors; "R" genes: RNAi and viral suppressors etc..

*New Zealand Plant Conservation Network Conference 2006
Auckland, New Zealand
20 Nov 2006 - 22 Nov 2006
Conference session headings: Early botanists, New Zealand and Pacific Floras, Biodiversity informatics, Plant systematics, plant phylogeny and biogeography etc..

*Plant Diversity in the Tropics
Cairns, Australia
13 Nov 2006 - 15 Nov 2006
Plant Diversity in the Tropics will explore a variety of themes including the growing link between modern plant systematics and the conservation of rare and threatened species. 2006 is also the 400th anniversary of first Dutch contact with Australia..

*Plant Biology Workshop
Frogmore, South Carolina, United States
27 Oct 2006 - 28 Oct 2006
Carbon Production and Allocation; Forest and Urban Trees; Woody and Non-woody Roots; Physiology and Ecology of Microbial/Plant Partnerships etc..

*BCPC International Seminars 2006
Glasgow, United Kingdom
23 Oct 2006 - 25 Oct 2006
BCPC (formerly British Crop Protection Council) brings together as Corporate Members representatives of a wide range of organisations with an interest in furthering the science & practice of crop production. International scientific seminars & exhibition..

*The Biology of Transpiration: From Guard Cells to Globe
Snowbird, UT, United States
10 Oct 2006 - 14 Oct 2006
To catalyze needed interactions among scientists working in diverse areas, all aspects of water transport will be covered at levels spanning from gene expression to global modeling.

*Plant GEMs 5
Venice, Italy
11 Oct 2006 - 14 Oct 2006
The Plant Genomics European Meetings are annual meetings on the subject of genomics in all its assets and sponsored by four national Plant Genomics programmes in Europe and the European Research Area Network Plant Genomics..

*North American Weed Management Association 2006 14th Annual Conference & Trade Show
Calgary, Canada
18 Sep 2006 - 21 Sep 2006
“Invasive Plants – Risk Assessment & Ecological Integrity”.

*56th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference
Perth, Australia
10 Sep 2006 - 14 Sep 2006
Topics include: Farm to market; Grains, Wheat, Other cereals and breeding; Health and more.

*Salt & Water Stress In Plants
Oxford, United Kingdom
3 Sep 2006 - 8 Sep 2006
Conference focuses on the most recent innovative research in cellular and molecular events that determine the response of plants to salinity and water deficit with particular emphasis on stress metabolism and integration of stress response pathways..

*Plant Transport Group Meeting
Ashford, Kent, United Kingdom
4 Sep 2006 - 6 Sep 2006
Meeting sessions will cover all major areas of plant membrane biology and transport p ysiology including : -structure and function of membrane transport proteins; cell signalling etc..

*Intercellular Signalling in Plants
Sheffield, United Kingdom
4 Sep 2006 - 5 Sep 2006
Intercellular Signalling in Plants.

*INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2006 Congress
Adelaide, Australia
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Jul 2006
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2006 Congress.

*International Plant Breeding Symposium (IPBS)
Mexico City, Mexico
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Aug 2006
The symposium will deliver an in-depth review of current and emerging plant breeding methodologies. Symposium participants will be invited to present their research and the proceedings will be published by Crop Science..

*PHOTOSYNTHESIS in the POST-GENOMIC ERA. II:"Structure and Function of Photosystems"
Pushchino, Russia
20 Aug 2006 - 26 Sep 2006
We invite you to a stimulating meeting with lots of opportunities for the participants to get involved in the discussion of previous, present, and future research on photosystems. This meeting is open to all researchers around the world..

*8th International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology
Adelaide, Australia
20 Aug 2006 - 25 Aug 2006
The theme of the conference highlights the desire of the committee to bring together experts from a variety of fields to further knowledge and research in plant molecular biology..

*Threats to Nebraska's Rivers - Invasive Plant Conference
Kearney, Ne, United States
22 Aug 2006 - 23 Aug 2006
Presentations include - Invasive Plants Impacts on Nebraska Riparian Communities; Water Depletion and Stream Flow Effects of Invasive Plants; The United States Phragmites Story; The New Mexico Experience with Saltcedar and Russian Olive.

*11th International Congress on Plant Tissue and Biotechnology
Beijing, China
13 Aug 2006 - 18 Aug 2006
Biology Technology.

*International Congress of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology
Beijing, China
13 Aug 2006 - 18 Aug 2006
The program will include consideration of transgenic plants and products and the many benefits to be derived from the sequencing of plant genomes and the understanding of gene regulation and function & the contributions of plant biotechnology.

*Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists & Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists
Boston, MA, United States
5 Aug 2006 - 9 Aug 2006
Symposia include - Plants Mitigating Global Change;Legumes; Genomes to Biology; Ion Channels and Cellular Signaling.

*Plant Biology 2006
Boston, MA, United States
5 Aug 2006 - 9 Aug 2006
Plant Biology 2006. Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists & the Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists.

*“Mechanisms in Plant Development”
Saxtons River, Vermont, United States
5 Aug 2006 - 9 Aug 2006
2006 FASEB Summer Research Conference.

*Botany 2006
Chico, CA, United States
28 Jul 2006 - 3 Aug 2006
The meeting will focus on the important achievements of our members and will highlight prominent botanists whose contributions have shaped and advanced the varied fields of plant biology..

*Solanaceae - Genomics meets Biodiversity
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
23 Jul 2006 - 27 Jul 2006
Three Solanaceae Groups Converge in 2006: The 90th Annual Meeting of the Potato Association of America & VI International Solanaceae Conference & Solanaceae Genomics Network.

*Plant Pathology at the Biological Crossroads
Quebec, Canada
29 Jul 2006 - 2 Aug 2006
Joint Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society Canadian Phytopathological Society Mycological Society of America.

*7th European Nitrogen Fixation Conference
Aarhus, Denmark
22 Jul 2006 - 26 Jul 2006
This conference is the 7th in a series of conferences dealing with the highly topical area of Biological Nitrogen Fixation designed to enhance European collaboration in the field of Nitrogen Fixation research and to foster scientific co-operation.

*XIX. International Congress on Sexual Plant Reproduction
Budapest, Hungary
11 Jul 2006 - 16 Jul 2006
IASPRR hopes to stimulate scientific research in the field of plant reproduction and related subjects, and to promote the application of the results of such research in agriculture & forestry..

*11th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
10 Jul 2006 - 14 Jul 2006
The conference will encompass all aspects of phytobacteriology & will cover recent advances in genome sequencing, genomics & proteomics, genetic regulation and expression of pathogenicity and virulence and developments in taxonomy & bacterial nomenclature.

*XIII International Symposium on Iron Nutrition and Interactions in Plants
Montpellier, France
3 Jul 2006 - 7 Jul 2006
Opportunities for scientists from around the world from a broad range of disciplines to gain a better undestanding of the different components affecting and affected by iron nutrition of plants: soils, microbes, plants, animals and human beings..

*Plant Receptor Signaling
Iowa State University, United States
22 Jun 2006 - 25 Jun 2006
Topics include: Photoreceptors; Hormone Receptors; Receptors in Growth and Development; Receptors in Biotic Interactions;.

*17th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research: Genes and Phenotype
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
28 Jun 2006 - 2 Jul 2006
Topics include: Bioinformatics; Systems Biology; Genetic and Epigenetic Mechanisms; Natural Variation and Comparative Genomics.

*XXth International Conference of the EUCARPIA Maize and Sorghum Section
Budapest, Hungary
20 Jun 2006 - 24 Jun 2006
Genetic resources of maize & sorghum;Adaptation to stress; Unification of variety testing methods;Strategies, methods in maize and sorghum breeding.

*IV Balkan Botanical Congress
Sofia, Bulgaria
20 Jun 2006 - 26 Jun 2006
SCIENTIFIC AREAS: Plant structure, function and development; Plant diversity - past and present; Plant ecology. Vegetation and habitat diversity; Fungal diversity; Plant and habitat conservation; Ethnobotany and phytochemistry; Botanical collections.

*7th International Symposium on the Plant Hormone ETHYLENE
Pisa, Italy
18 Jun 2006 - 22 Jun 2006
The Symposium will be a great opportunity for scientists, professionals and graduate students interested in basic and applied aspects concerning this plant hormone, to reciprocally compare work and ideas..

*4th Canadian Plant Genomics Workshop
Ottawa, Canada
19 Jun 2006 - 22 Jun 2006
This workshop will bring together Canadian researchers and internationally-renowned scientists to explore recent advances in genomics research and its integration within the plant sciences. The meeting will have several plenary talks & concurrent sessions.

*Native Plants in the Landscape Conference
Lancaster County, PA, United States
1 Jun 2006 - 3 Jun 2006
The Native Plants in the Landscape Conference Mission:To increase the knowledge, propagation, cultivation and use of native plants in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions..

*Plant Vascular Development 2006
Vancouver, Canada
9 Jun 2006 - 11 Jun 2006
PVD06 is an international conference focusing on the use of genetics/genomics to explore patterning and differentiation of the plant vascular system. Major topics will include procambial patterning, differentiation of terminal vascular cell types etc..

*Plant Cell: Structure-Function Relations
Pullman, WA, United States
9 Jun 2006 - 10 Jun 2006
Sessions include: Calcium Sequestration and Function; Plant Growth and Defense; Assimilation,Transport,and Storage.

*6th Conference of International Carnivorous Plants Society (ICPS)
Frostburg, MD, United States
1 Jun 2006 - 5 Jun 2006
This conference expects presentations in study of the plant morphology, evolution, molecular research, medicinal research, ethnobotany, ecophysiology, conservation, development, and horticulture, etc. The conference has two field trips..

*2nd Inernational Symposium on Plant Neurobiology
Beijing, China
22 May 2006 - 27 May 2006
Programme includes - Cell Biology & Electro-physiology; Molecules & Cell Biology ; Ecology.

*3rd EPSO CONFERENCE '06 “Plant Dynamics: from Molecules to Ecosystems”
Visegrád, Hungary
28 May 2006 - 1 Jun 2006
Sessions include - Plant Science in Europe - Science Policy; The dynamic genome;The dynamic plant - growth and development.

*Penn State Plant Symposium--RNA Biology: Novel Insights from Plant Systems
Penn State University, United States
18 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
The 2006 Symposium will highlight unique progress in RNA biology within the plant sciences, while also providing broader insights into the general field of RNA research from other biological systems and approaches..

*“Biosafety II:Practical Course in Evaluation of Field Releases of Genetically Modified Plants ”
Florence, Italy
15 May 2006 - 19 May 2006
The Course will include a general introduction to biosafety regulations worldwide..

*RNA Biology: Novel Insights from Plant Systems
Penn State University, United States
18 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
16th Penn State Plant Symposium. The 2006 Symposium will highlight unique progress in RNA biology within the plant sciences, while also providing broader insights into the general field of RNA research from other biological systems and approaches..

*2nd Pan American Plant Membrane Biology Workshop
South Padre Island,Texas, United States
17 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
The conference will address such topics as Hormone Responses, Environmental Signal Perception, Nutrient Acquisition, Membranes and Development, Source/Sink Transport, Water Relations, Genomics, Evolution of Transporters, Structure/Function Relationships,.

*CROP AND FORAGE PRODUCTION
University of Birjand, Iran
7 May 2006 - 10 May 2006
International Workshop: The workshop will broadly address the current trends and advances in production of crops and forage using saline waters, with particular emphasis on technological innovations in production of salt resistant plants..

* International Conference on on Date Palm Production and Processing Technology
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
9 May 2006 - 11 May 2006
The major themes of the conference include: Genetics and biotechnology for better date palm production and date quality;mprovement of date palm production and dates quality.

*International Plant Photobiology Meeting
Paris, France
24 Apr 2006 - 28 Apr 2006
It will bring together scientists working on photomorphogenesis in higher plants as well as experts of photoperception in prokaryotes and protists. The programme will include invited presentations, as well as short talks selected from submitted abstracts..

*3rd International Conference on Legume Genomics and Genetics
Brisbane, Australia
9 Apr 2006 - 13 Apr 2006
3rd International Conference on Legume Genomics and GeneticsThis biennial conference focuses on the genetics and genomics of one of the major plant groups, namely the legumes..

*Integrated Pest Management in Oilseed Rape
Göttingen, Germany
3 Apr 2006 - 5 Apr 2006
Integrated Pest Management in Oilseed Rape. The Symposium will include sessions on various topics, including:parasitoids;predators;pathogens;IPM;socio-economics;policy issues.

* NAS Sackler Colloquium-From Functional Genomics of Model Organisms to Crop
Washington, DC, United States
3 Apr 2006 - 5 Apr 2006
National Association of Science Sackler Colloquium From Functional Genomics of Model Organisms to Crop Plants for Global Health. he purpose of the colloquium is to present the fundamental breakthroughs that will impact the future of food and agriculture,.

*“Imaging techniques for understanding plant responses to stresses”
Canterbury, United Kingdom
5 Apr 2006 - 7 Apr 2006
“Imaging techniques for understanding plant responses to stresses”.

*Plant Responses to Abiotic Stress
Copper Mountain, Colorado, United States
8 Apr 2006 - 13 Apr 2006
The objective of this Keystone Meeting will be to bring together researchers using molecular and systems approaches to understanding abiotic stress, from evolutionary adaptation to cell signaling, gene networks and crop improvement..

*Prosperity through quality seed
Hyderabad, India
24 Feb 2006 - 26 Feb 2006
XII National Seed Seminar on "Prosperity Through Quality Seed".

*Haploids in Higher Plants III
Vienna, Austria
12 Feb 2006 - 15 Feb 2006
Haploids in Higher Plants III.

*Haploids in Higher Plants III ­ Organized by Vienna University, Department
Vienna, Austria
12 Feb 2006 - 15 Feb 2006
Haploids in Higher Plants III ­ Organized by Vienna University, Department of Genetic. Top quality presentations will consider the entire range of the disciplines, including basic and applied subject matters.

*Molecular Farming - production of recombinant medicines by plant biotechnol
London, United Kingdom
24 Jan 2006 - 24 Jan 2006
Molecular Farming - production of recombinant medicines by plant biotechnology.

*New Directions in Plant Ecological Development
London, United Kingdom
23 Jan 2006 - 24 Jan 2006
The 14th New Phytologist Symposium aims to support and advance this exciting area by bringing together researchers addressing the cellular and molecular mechanisms of environmental response and those working at the level of populations, communities etc..

*Plant and Animal Genome XIV Conference
San Diego, CA, United States
14 Jan 2006 - 18 Jan 2006
International Plant and Animal Genome Conference.

*Danish Plant Production Congress 2006
Herning, Denmark
10 Jan 2006 - 11 Jan 2006
Sessions will include talks presenting the latest knowledge in the traditional areas of crop protection, fertilization, field management technique & environmental care. The congress will also focus on such new and interesting topics as bioenergy & robots..

*Production and protection of potatoes and sugar beet
Cambridge, United Kingdom
15 Dec 2005 - 16 Dec 2005
This 2 day meeting, aimed at researchers, advisers and leading farmers, provides a forum for the presentation of new information on current and future problems associated with growing these two important arable crops..

*Oxygen metabolism, ROS and redox signalling in plants
Bristol, United Kingdom
18 Dec 2005 - 20 Dec 2005
The Association of Applied Biologists and Plant Oxygen Group of the Society of Free Radical Reserach, in conjunction with the University of the West of England and the Society for Experimental Biology will be holding a conference from 18-20 December 2005..

*Plants as Factories for Bioactive Compounds
London, United Kingdom
29 Nov 2005 - 30 Nov 2005
The Royal Society of Chemistry & Society of Chemical Industry - Plants as Factories for Bioactive Compounds: Plants for production of chemicals; Pharmaceutical Traits; Neutraceuticals, Food, Feed and Nutrition..

*Southern Growers Exhibition 2005
Sandown Park, Surrey, United Kingdom
9 Nov 2005 - 9 Nov 2005
The exhibition will address all your plant growing requirements under one roof..

*Thirty-ninth Session of the International Tropical Timber Council
Yokohama, Japan
7 Nov 2005 - 12 Nov 2005
Thirty-ninth Session of the International Tropical Timber Council and the Associated Sessions of the Committees.

*SEB Plant Transport Group Meeting
Glasgow, United Kingdom
7 Sep 2005 - 9 Sep 2005
Society for Experimental Biology Plant Transport Group Meeting.

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