6th International Plant Breeding Conference 2024
5 March 2024 @ 8:00 am - 7 March 2024 @ 5:00 pm
6th International Plant Breeding Conference 2024
5 – 7 March 2024
Physical & Online Conference
Download flyer here : 1st announcement_IPBC2024
For registration : http://submit.confbay.com/conf/ipbc2024
THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL PLANT BREEDING CONFERENCE 2024 (IPBC2024)
Innovation in Plant Breeding for Global Sustainability
Plant breeding is an important tool in promoting global food security, and provide consistent high-quality crops that can better cope with evolving abiotic (e.g., climate) and biotic (i.e., diseases, insect pests) stresses. A changing climate conditions, a growing global population, and fi nite arableland create a critical challenge to produce an adequate food sustainability. Plant breeding innovations create a spectrum of agricultural innovation from old-fashioned plant breeding to cutting edge gene editing to achieve the desired outcomes for health, nutrition, safety, and environmental sustainability. This conference will cover innovation tools used in various aspects of plant breeding (Pre-breeding strategies, conventional breeding and modern breeding) in crop improvement for global sustainable production efforts to tackle hunger, poverty, waste, pollution, and climate change which aligned with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
NORMAN BORLAUG LECTURE
Prof. Wallace A. Cowling
The UWA Institute of Agriculture
The University of Western Australia
Persatuan Genetik Malaysia (Genetics Society of Malaysia)
WMIT Group Sdn Bhd
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Conference cordially invites academics, practitioners, scholars, researchers, policy makers of any government agencies to present their oral or poster papers in IPBC2022. Please register and submit your abstract via online to http://submit.confbay.com/conf/ipbc2020. All submitted papers will be blind reviewed by our scientific reviewers. Authors of accepted abstracts are required to submit a full paper consisting of a paper title, author(s) list, address and e-mail, abstract, introduction, methodology, results and discussion, conclusion, acknowledgement and references. The manuscript should be prepared using Times New Roman with font size 12. The manuscript should be written in not more than 15 pages, single-spaced (maybe word count is better) including tables and figures. To expose our young minds to scientific cultures, we encourage the participation from postgraduate students all over the world to present their research projects in this Conference with their registration fee discounted.
Pre-breeding aims to broaden genetic base, improve stress tolerance, disease resistance and overall, plant performance. It includes activities that increase the effi ciency and effectiveness of breeding programs, involving utilization of diverse genetic resources and techniques to identify and harness desirable traits from wild or unadapted plant species. These strategies enable the development of superior parental lines and facilitate the subsequent breeding of improved cultivars with enhanced genetic potential.
Conventional Plant Breeding
Conventional plant breeding involves manipulating the genetic makeup of the plants. Techniques such as selection, backcrossing, single-seed descent, and pedigree are approaches that have been employed to produce superior plant varieties with desirable traits. This innovation continues to be signifi cant because it is highly accepted by seed producers, growers, and consumers, which therefore, increases the production of agricultural products and contributes to global sustainability
Modern Plant Breeding
Molecular breeding offers a remarkable opportunity to tackle the variability and uncertainties in agri-food production while fostering an innovationand knowledge-based economy. Recent breakthroughs in molecular markers, gene editing, genome selection, targeted mutagenesis, and precision agriculture technologies provide a robust platform for enhancing productivity, effi ciency, and sustainability in agriculture. These advancements not only contribute to food security, support rural livelihoods, and mitigate environmental impacts but also hold immense potential for achieving global sustainability goals. By harnessing the power of molecular breeding, we can pave the way for a more sustainable future, ensuring the well-being of both present and future generations.
|PGM Member (Local)||MYR 800.00||MYR 640.00|
|Government||MYR 1000.00||MYR 800.00|
|Private/Non-Government||MYR 1200.00||MYR 960.00|
|Student (Local)||MYR 600.00||MYR 480.00|
|Student (International)||USD 300.00||USD 240.00|
|International||USD 400.00||USD 320.00|
|PGM Member (Local)||MYR 640.00||MYR 520.00|
|Government||MYR 800.00||MYR 640.00|
|Private/Non-Government||MYR 960.00||MYR 770.00|
|Student (Local)||MYR 480.00||MYR 380.00|
|Student (International)||USD 240.00||USD 190.00|
|International||USD 320.00||USD 260.00|
Note: Early bird (30 November 2023) – 10% discount
PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Specific Instructions to Authors
Margin – Manuscripts must be in single spacing, font size 12 in Times New Roman and all margins: 1.5 inches (left) and 1 inch (top, right and bottom).
Length – Manuscripts are maximum 15 pages (including references, attachments, tables and graphical information).
Tables – must be placed as part of the text. DO NOT attach tables at the end of the manuscript.
Software – Manuscript must be submitted in MS Word form ONLY.
Title – Written in uppercase, bold, size 14 and centered.
Author/s – Name, address, email and contact number of all authors, font 12, Times.
Abstract – between 250-350 words “Times New Roman” size 12.
Keywords – should not more than FIVE keywords.
Title/sub-title – Written in uppercase, bold, size 12 and left margin.
Tables/ Figures – title of the tables/figure should be written on the top of the tables/figure. Times New Roman, font 12, Bold, lower case, centered.
Reference – Should be in the last part of the article (before any attachments/appendixes), in alphabetical order, according to American Psychological Association (APA) style.
Link for download sample paper – Download Sample Paper
- Food Research, Scopus Indexed Journal
Indexed by SCOPUS
- Malaysian Journal of Genetics (MJG)
ISSN 978-967-14943, E-ISSN 978-967-14943
Indexed by MyJurnal
- Transactions of PGM (tPGM) with ISBN
Eligible for CPD points from Malaysian Board of Technologist (MBOT)
All correspondence and further enquiries should be addressed to:
Mobile: +6017 – 213 2785 (Ms. Rozie), +6017 – 732 1669 (Mr. Zesdyzar),