Общество физиологов растений России

VIII Congress of the Russian Society of Plant Physiologists

All-Russian Conference with International Participation, and School For Young Scientists "Plants under Global and Local Natural-Climatic and Human Impacts"

г. Петрозаводск
21-26 сентября 2015г.

РУССКИЙ / ENGLISH

Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS)
Russian Society of Plant Physiologists
RAS Scientific Council on Plant Physiology and Photosynthesis
Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre, RAS
Timiryazev Institute of Plant Physiology, RAS
Forest Research Institute, Karelian Research Centre, RAS
Petrozavodsk State University

 

VIII CONGRESS
OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIETY OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGISTS

 

All-Russian Conference with International Participation,
and School For Young Scientists

'Plants under Global and Local Natural-Climatic and Human Impacts'

Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia
September 21-26, 2015

 

Dear colleagues,

The Republic of Karelia lies in the north-west of European Russia. It abuts the Arctic Circle in the north, is washed by Europe’s two largest lakes Ladoga and Onega in the south, and shares an extensive border with Finland in the west. In addition to location at the border, another geopolitical advantage for the Republic is the relative vicinity of St. Petersburg and Moscow.

Karelia is widely known both within Russia and outside it owing to a number of unique architectural, historical and cultural destinations, such as the Kizhi architectural ensemble, Valaam and Solovetsky monasteries, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List and constitute Russia’s national heritage.

The Republic is rich in natural resources and famed for its national parks and nature reserves, including Kivach strict nature reserve, Paanajarvi, Kalevalsky and Vodlozersky national parks, as well as the Martial Waters spa resort, widely known in the country for its therapeutic mineral waters.

The capital of Karelia is Petrozavodsk, founded in 1703 by Peter the Great. It is now the Republic’s political, scientific and cultural centre. In Petrozavodsk one will find the Karelian Research Centre, several higher educational institutions, 5 theatres, Philharmonic Society, an organ hall, National Library, various museums, art galleries and exhibition centres.

The 8th Congress of the Russian Society of Plant Physiologists will be hosted by the city’s major research institutions – the Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Petrozavodsk State University.

 

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS 

  1. Photosynthesis, respiration, and production
  2. Plant ontogeny and its regulation
  3. Plant genome: regulating its expression
  4. Water status and ionic homeostasis
  5. Cell biology and biotechnologies
  6. Plants under global and local natural-climatic and human impacts; stress and adaptation mechanisms
  7. The biology of transgenic plants
  8. Teaching physiology and biochemistry at universities in the 21st century

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Titov A.F., RAS Corr. Academician Co-chair (Petrozavodsk)
Kuznetsov Vl.V., RAS Corr. Academician Co-chair (Moscow)
Nemova N.N., RAS Corr. Academician Co-chair (Petrozavodsk)
 
Gamaley Yu.V., RAS Corr. Academician   (St. Petersburg)
Golovko T.K., Prof.   (Syktyvkar)
Goncharova E.A., Prof.   (St. Petersburg)
Gorshkova T.A., DSc (Biol.)   (Kazan)
Kaznina N.M., PhD (Biol.) The Secretary (Petrozavodsk)
Kholodova V.P., PhD (Biol.)   (Moscow)
Khryanin V.N., Prof.   (Penza)
Kiselyova I.S., PhD (Biol.)   (Yekaterinburg)
Kuznetsov V.V., Prof.   (Moscow)
Lukatkin A.S., Prof.   (Saransk)
Markovskaya E.F., Prof.   (Petrozavodsk)
Medvedev S.S., Prof.   (St. Petersburg)
Nosov A.M., Prof.   (Moscow)
Novitskaya L.L., DSc (Biol.)   (Petrozavodsk)
Romanov G.A., Prof.   (Moscow)
Salyaev R.K., RAS Corr. Academician   (Irkutsk)
Sokolov O.I., DSc (Biol.)   (Saratov)
Talanova V.V., DSc (Biol.)   (Petrozavodsk)
Tarakanov I.G., DSc (Biol.)   (Moscow)
Tarchevsky I.A., RAS Academician   (Kazan)
Tikhomirov A.A., Prof.   (Krasnoyarsk)
Tsydendambaev V.D., PhD (Biol.)   (Moscow)
Veselov A.P., DSc (Biol.)   (Nizhny Novgorod)
Vetchinnikova L.V., DSc (Biol.)   (Petrozavodsk)
Voinikov V.K., Prof.   (Irkutsk)
Voronin P.Yu., DSc (Biol.)   (Moscow)
Yermakov I.P., Prof.   (Moscow)
Zaripova N.R., PhD (Biol.)   (Moscow)
Zhirov V.K., RAS Corr. Academician   (Apatity),
Zhuravlyov Yu.N., RAS Academician   (Vladivostok)

 

CONGRESS LANGUAGES – Russian and English

 

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Abstracts can be either in Russian or in English;
  • Materials are to be e-mailed as doc or rtf files at 2015plant.phys@gmail.com before April 15, 2015;
  • File names should be made up of the first author’s name and the number of the scientific theme
    (e.g.: Smith_1abstract.doc).

 

ABSTRACT FORMAT

  • Max size is 1 page (including the title, authors, institution and contact information);
  • Text should be prepared in Microsoft Office Word 97–2007. No tables, formulas, figures or list of references are allowed;
  • Font: Times New Roman, 10;
  • Line spacing: single (1.0);
  • Margins: 2 cm on each side;
  • Title UPPERCASE, BOLD, CENTERED;
  • Authors’ surnames with initials (with superscripted numbers for different affiliations), lowercase, bold, centered;
  • Institution, city, country, phone number, e-mail – lowercase, centered;
  • Body text – justified. Paragraphs 1.25 cm indented. Scientific names of species, genera and families italicized.

Abstracts will not be edited. The accepted abstracts will be published as submitted. The authors shall be held responsible for the adequacy of the data. The Organizing Committee is entitled to rejecting abstracts that are irrelevant, submitted with delay, or when payment or format requirements are not fulfilled. 

 

TEMPLATE

EFFECT OF CYTOKININ ON PLANT GROWTH, MORPHOGENESIS AND PIGMENT CONTENT IN LEAVES OF KARELIAN BIRCH IN VITRO

Titov A.F. 1, Vetchinnikova L.V.2, Kuznetsova T.Yu.2, Talanova V.V.1, Kaznina N.M.1, Petrova N.E.2

1Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences, Petrozavodsk,

Tel.: (8142)76-27-06; Е-mail: titov@krc.karelia.ru

2Forest Research Institute, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences, Petrozavodsk,

Tel.: (8142)76-81-60; Е-mail: vetchin@krc.karelia.ru

 

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IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES

First circular June 2014
Submission of registration forms until January 31, 2015
Submission of materials for proceedings until April 15, 2015
Admission fee payment and the publication of abstracts until May 1, 2015
Second circular June, 2015
Conference programme July 2015
Publication of proceedings until September 1, 2015
Registration of participants September 20-21, 2015
Congress Opening September 21, 2015
Congress and Conference sessions & events September 21-25, 2015
Excursions September 25-26, 2015
Departures September 26-27, 2015

 

CONFERENCE FEE

The conference fee for foreign participants – EUR 100.

The conference fee includes the publication of 1 abstract in the proceedings, conference kit, coffee/tea breaks, a buffet dinner and a tour of the city.

Fee for each additional publication of abstracts (as first author) – EUR 10.

Abstracts only (non-full-time participation) is possible. Abstracts could be published in the proceedings for EUR 10 per abstract (postal shipping of a book included).

The payment deadline is The 1st of May, 2015. The money shall be transferred to the following account:

Account Holder

Viktoriya Lavrova

Account №

40817810955761050182

Address

Karelian office № 8628/ Sberbank, Severo-Zapadny head office,

 St. Peterburg Russia

SWIFT

SABRRU2P

Important

mark your bank transfer as “registration fee" or "publication of abstracts" + your name.

 

Please e-mail a scanned copy of the receipt at 2015plant.phys@gmail.com

 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE CONTACT ADDRESSES

Institute of Biology, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences

Address: 11 Pushkinskaya St., 185910 Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russia
Phone: +7(8142)76-27-06; Fax: +7(8142)76-98-10;
E-mail: 2015plant.phys@gmail.com

Conference Executive Secretary: Kaznina Natalia (E-mail: kaznina@krc.karelia.ru)

All information concerning the events will be published on the website http://ofr.su/viii-congress-eng

 

WELCOME TO PETROZAVODSK!

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM (*.doc)

DOWNLOAD THE 1ST ANNOUNCEMENT (*.pdf)

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