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The 13th International Symposium of the French Society of Plant Biology (SFBV) aims to bring together actors interested in the biological properties of photosynthetic organisms, mainly plants, as well as their applications in agriculture and bioenergy, taking into consideration important issues such as the global climate change and the protection of the environment. At the core of this congress, there is the promotion of the plant biology field, fundamental and applied, as a whole and in its diversity.

During this congress, the plant will be considered in its environment and in interaction with it. Recent work on:

  • plant nutrition
  • primary and secondary metabolism
  • plant development
  • plant response to environmental stresses
  • plant and microorganism interactions
  • the structure and expression of genomes
  • the genetics and improvement of cultivated species will be presented

Importantly, this event aims also to establish or sustain scientific partnerships, promote exchanges between the various players in the plant biology research field and develop bridges between public research and private companies. Promoting the participation of young scientists to this type of event is also a priority of the SFBV. To this end, scholarships will be offered to students to participate to 13th International Congress of the French Society of Plant Biology and prizes will be awarded to the best oral presentations and best posters.

Edito french version
Le 13e Colloque International de la Société Française de Biologie Végétale (SFBV) a pour but de rassembler les acteurs intéressés par les propriétés biologiques des organismes photosynthétiques, principalement des plantes, ainsi que par leurs applications dans l’agriculture et les bioénergies, prenant en compte le changement climatique et la protection de l’environnement. Il s’agit donc de promouvoir la biologie végétale, fondamentale et appliquée, dans son ensemble et sa diversité.
Lors de ce congrès, la plante sera considérée dans son environnement et en interaction avec ce dernier.
Des travaux récents portant sur :

  • la nutrition des plantes
  • le métabolisme primaire et secondaire
  • le développement des plantes
  • la réponse des plantes aux stress environnementaux,
  • les interaction plantes et microorganismes
  • la structure et l’expression des génomes
  • la génétique et l’amélioration des espèces cultivées seront présentés

Enfin, cet événement vise aussi à établir ou pérenniser des partenariats scientifiques, favoriser les échanges entre les différents acteurs de la recherche en biologie végétale et développer des passerelles entre la recherche publique et les entreprises privées. Favoriser la participation des plus jeunes à ce type d’événement est aussi une priorité de la SFBV. Dans ce but, des bourses seront proposés aux étudiants pour participer au 13e Colloque International de la Société Française de Biologie Végétale et des prix seront attribués aux meilleures présentations orales et meilleurs posters.


  • Academics: 120 €
  • Student: 84€
  • Private companies: 240€
  • Academics: 192€
  • Student: 120€
  • Private companies: 360€

The registration fees include

  • welcome reception
  • lunches
  • coffee breaks
  • the conference program book

Accommodation is not included (see page practical information)
All fees quoted in euros, VAT included 

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  • Date
    August 29-31 2022

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  • Place
    Agropolis Fondation
  • Registration
    From 1 March 2022 to 17 July 2022
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    From 1 March 2022 to 17 July 2022
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Invited speakers

Rodrigo Gutierrez

Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Chile

Sylvain Delzon

University of Bordeaux, France

Gwyneth Ingram

ENS Lyon, France

Thorsten Nürnberger

University of Tübingen, Germany

James Schnable

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Alain Goossens

Ghent University, Belgium

Meisha Holloway Philips

University of Basel, Switzerland

Sebastian Marquardt

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Natalia Requena

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Scientific comittee

Elsa Ballini

PHIM Montpelllier

Guilhem Desbrosses

IPSIM Montpellier

Laurent Laplaze

DIADE Montpellier

David Pot

AGAP Montpellier

Christophe Robaglia

LGBP Aix Marseille

Sandrine Ruffel

IPSIM Montpellier

Florence Vignols

IPSIM Montpellier

Christian Dubos

IPSIM Montpellier

Soazig Guyomarch

DIADE Montpellier

Thomas Kroj

PHIM Montpellier

Jean Molinier

IBMP Strasbourg

François Parcy

LPCV Grenoble