alexa Institute for Applied Plant Biology

OMICS International organises 3000+ Global Conferenceseries Events every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open Access Journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Institute for Applied Plant Biology

The Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology is a research organization in the field of plant biotechnology the Institute is located in Almaty city and neighboring the Kazakh National State University by al-Farabi and the Main Botanical Garden of Kazakhstan. The Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology works in close collaboration with agricultural breeding stations, Botanical Gardens and National Parks across the country. Their task is to improve crop breeding programmers based on new agro biotechnologies, study of Kazakhstan's flora, including the preservation of rare endemic species, and protection of environment via phytoremediation Biotechnology research • Develop effective Biotechnology micro clonal reproduction and a high-quality planting material • The sustainability of crops to pests and diseases • Biotechnology research to improve the quality of agricultural products • Methods of long-term conservation of genetic resources of economically important plants Industrial & Economic activity • Production and sales in domestic and foreign markets for agricultural products, forestry, health, environmental and industrial. • Preservation and support of genetic resources of flora in Kazakhstan, on environmental protection • The Institute is aimed at strengthening the country's food security, preservation and improving education in the country. The Institute for Applied Plant Biology (IAP) is a private research institute which belongs to Prof. Dr. Walter Flückiger, Dr. Heidi Flückiger and Dr. Sabine Braun. The institute has been founded in the year 1980. It mainly deals with research about forest and urban trees. Forests play a major role they have been keen observing from the year of 1980 forest observation not only includes studies on tree health but also on deposition, composition of the ground vegetation, soil, soil water and soil fauna. • Ground vegetation • Growth • Nutrition • Nitrogen deposition • Crown transparency • Soil compaction • Earthworms • Soil acidification • Roots • Ozone