Market Analysis - Plant Genomics 2018
Importance and scope
Plant genomics is a mounting and constantly evolving field of study, one which has gained much ground in past years through the development of advanced research and data management tools. Expert researchers explore the current issues and methodologies of this expanding field, specifically addressing areas of gene discovery and the functional analysis of genes with a target on the primary tools and sub-disciplines of genetic mapping, mRNA, protein and metabolite profiling. Plant genomics employ exciting new methods to investigate molecular plant breeding technology and gene functional analysis via transformation, mutation, protein function, and gene expression. The success of transgenic crops has erased the last vestiges of doubt about the value of agricultural biotechnology and triggered large-scale investments in plant genomics. The first genomics technology that was practiced on a large scale was sequencing the 5′ ends of cDNAs, to produce expressed sequence tags (ESTs).
Plant Genomics has roots in agriculture and Plant Genomics also has scope in agriculture fields, medicine, food production and textiles. It is the main source of food for human being. As well as we can get plant proteins, phytochemicals from plants, from medicinal plants some medicines are prepared and which can cure some fatal diseases. Form some recent study it is proved that plant antioxidant helps us to protect from free radical damage. By using Phytochemicals some cancer cell proliferation can be prevented at earlier stage. Beside that we can increase the nutrition value of plant by plant biotechnology and plant breeding. Now days green energy are used as non-conventional source of energy to reduce environmental pollution. So in human life Plant Genomics and plant oriented studies are very much important to sustain in this planet.
Value of Plant genomics to Agriculture and Society
Genomics will accelerate the application of gene technology to agriculture. this technology will enhance food security, by increasing productivity, and food safety, by eliminating Mycotoxins. There is a third benefit, derived from the first two: increased wealth. By accelerating the application of technology, genomics significantly increases the value of seeds and agricultural products. This increase adds much wealth to the customers, company owners, employees, and citizens of the nations in which genetic supply companies operate, and to both producing and importing nations whose food costs consequently are decreased.
Agricultural plant genomics should be publicly funded for several reasons. First, the DNA sequence of plants is necessary for continued low-cost, rapid progress to understand crops. As such, it is an essential resource for scientists in both the public and private sectors. Second, industry needs the public sector to create innovative methods for structuring and analysing databases, which can’t be done without access to genomics resources. Third, genomics is an equalizer in the research world.
Tokyo As one of the world's largest cities, Tokyo's population density shows interesting patterns due to the industrial areas around the bay, historic district just west of there, and areas of population growth nestled in among the mountains nearby Census data reveals that population density varies noticeably from area to area. Small area census data do a better job depicting where the crowded neighborhoods are. In this map, areas of highest density exceed 30,000 persons per square kilometer. Very high density areas exceed 7,000 persons per square kilometer. High density areas exceed 5,200 persons per square kilometer. The last categories break at 3,330 persons per square kilometer, and 1,500 persons per square kilometerThe Agricultural Trade Office of the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo would like present a Agricultural Products Trade Showcase featuring primarily new-to-market food and beverages in Japan. This food and agricultural showcase can improve U.S. companies find buyers and distributors - expanding market visibility and sales opportunities with foreign buyers.This showcase event can assist your business in networking, connecting and one-on-one meetings, advertising/promotions with quality importers and buyers from the Tokyo area, within a new market
Agriculture in Japan
Japan had the world's third-largest economy with a total gross domestic product (GDP) of US$4.1 trillion in 2015. Real GDP growth was 0.4% in 2015, a rate that is anticipated to increase to 0.9% throughout 2016. Japan has a large middle class and one of the oldest populations in the world. Individuals aged 65 and over are the largest demographic, representing over 26.7% of the total Japanese population in 2015. An aging population can pose challenges to the market, especially as these older consumers increase in number and their dietary requirements change. Furthermore, older generations require more innovative products, such as easy-to-use packaging or smaller portions. Health-related products, such as functional foods, are also of very high importance. Consequently, opportunities to better serve this segment of the population are emerging in several packaged food categories. Packaged food sales were valued at US$158 billion in 2015, and are anticipated to reach US$164.2 billion by 2020.Annual consumer expenditure was US$18,515 per capita in 2015. Spending on food and non-alcoholic beverages represented US$2,626 or 14% of the per capita total, a proportion that is double the North American average.Japanese consumers are renowned for placing enormous importance on consuming food that is both safe and of high-quality, and they perceive Canada as a country that produces food with these characteristics. Japan is a trendsetter in many areas, and it can be a very useful gateway to other markets within Asia.Rice is by far the most important crop in Japan, but production volumes in 2014 saw just marginal growth (0.4%) over the previous year.Among the top ten production crops, wheat saw the most significant increase in 2014, growing by 8.2% over the volume recorded in 2013. Wheat was also the fastest-growing production crop across the whole 2010-2014 period, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.4% since 2010.Today, Japanese tastes and preferences are changing towards Western cuisine which is reflected in the meat production sector. However, the traditional staples such as rice and fresh produce still make up the lion's share of food production.
Why to attend???
The significance of plants in human life is significant. Plants and plant products are essential for us. Food, energy, medicine and so many things we are able to get from plants. This conference seek to bring all such scientist, Noble Laureate, researcher, research scholar, students and people together who are involved in this field and provide them to discuss about their innovation, exchange ideas and interaction with each other.
Major Plant science Associations around the Globe
American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB)
Australian Society of Plant Scientists (ASPS)
Argentinean Society of Plant Physiology (SAFV)
American Society of Agronomy (ASA)
African Crop Science Society (ACSS)
Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology (SBFV)
Botanical Society of China (BSC)
Canadian Society of Plant Biologists (CSPB)
Chile’s National Network of Plant Biologists (CNNPB)
Chinese Society of Plant Biology (CSPB)
Crop Science Society of America (CSSA)
Crop Science Society of China (CSSC)
European Association for Research on Plant Breeding (EUCARPIA)
European Plant Science Organisation (EPSO)
Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology (FESPB)
Genetics Society of China (GSC)
International Society of Plant Pathology (ISPP)
Indian Society of Plant Physiology (ISPP)
International Crop Science Society (ICSS)
International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS)
Irish Plant Scientists' Association (IPSA)
International Society for Plant Molecular Biology (ISPMB)
Japanese Society for Plant Cell and Molecular Biology (JSPCMB)
Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists (JSPP)
Korean Society of Plant Biologists (KSPB)
New Zealand Society of Plant Biologists (NZSPB)
The target audience will be Plant Biologist, Microbiologist, plant physiologist, agriculturalist plant pathologist, Molecular and cell biologist researcher or scientist who are researching in cancer biology and using plant product as cancer reducing agent.
Meet Your Target Market With members from around the world focused on learning about Plant Genomics, this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the all Over the World. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-days event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Plant Science are hallmarks of this conference.
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The global market for genomics is expected to reach USD 22.1 billion by 2020, growing at an estimated CAGR of 10.3% from 2014 to 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Genomics play an imperative role in the field of infectious disease testing by enabling the use of fast and effective result rendering molecular diagnostic tests. This, coupled with growing prevalence of infectious diseases and hospital acquired infections is expected to drive market growth during the forecast period. Other driving factors for this market include decreasing prices of DNA sequencing, increasing demand for genome analysis in animal and plant feedstock, extensive presence of both private and public external funding programs and growing patient awareness levels. In addition, presence of untapped growth opportunities in emerging countries such as India, Brazil and China and the increasing health awareness are expected to serve this market as future growth opportunities.
Genomics based diagnostics dominated the overall market in terms of revenue at 36.4% in 2013 majorly owing to the presence of a relatively larger number of R&D programs. Genomics based personalized medicine segment on the other hand is expected to grow at the fastestCAGR of over 12.0% from 2014 to 2020 due to increasing demand for population based therapeutic solutions and subsequent increase in R&D initiatives.
Market Size - $11.1 Billion in 2013, Market Growth - CAGR of 10.3% from 2014 to 2020, Market Trends - Growing demand for personalized medicine and the consequent rise in demand for genomics based R&D initiatives is expected to drive market growth during the forecast period