Roma 21 - 23 September 2016
Instructions for the authors
The abstract should be prepared according to the procedures listed below, and should be put in the database, through the reserved area which can be reached from this link and which can be accessed only after the registration, no later than June, 17, 2016.
To be able to present abstracts of communications or posters you need to be registered for the entire duration of the Congress, not for a single day.
The first author must be registered and cannot present more than one poster (as first author).
If you submit an abstract for a poster presentation, the Scientific Committee of the Congress may ask you to convert it into an oral communication.
Abstract length (including figures) is limited to a single A4 sheet (extra pages will be discarded).
Leave margins of 2 cm on all four sides.
All text must be in Times New Roman (font 11), with single spacing between lines.
Do not leave spaces between paragraphs, except between the title and the name/address, between the name/address and the text, and between the text and the list of references.
The TITLE (all capital letters) must be preceded by an identification number selected according to the keywords listed below.
Author names should be written in SMALL CAPS, font 11, and the address in font 10.
References should be cited in the text with a number and listed at the end of the abstact.
Any figures can be inserted by sacrificing a part of the text space and should be accompanied by a caption in font 10.
Posters should have a maximum size of 100 cm height x 70 cm width, they will be divided into groups according to keywords of Congress. For this reason poster should be report the keywords matched code that identifies them.
Contact person for the abstracts is the Secretariat of the SBI (tel. +39 055 2757379 - email@example.com).
Authors are requested to complete and submit the release note, via email, to allow disclosure of the material.
Download sample file of the abstract and that of the release note.
Keywords (call for abstract)
1. FILLING GAPS IN SYSTEMATICS AND CONSERVATION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN FLORA: RECENT OUTCOMES AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
1.2. DNA barcoding
1.4. Evolutionary ecology
1.8. Plant conservation
1.9. Pollination ecology
2. PLANT CELL PLASTICITY IN GROWTH AND STRESS RESPONSES
2.1. cell plasticity
2.2. stress responses
2.3. plant growth
2.5. cell signaling
3. PLANT BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES WITHIN URBAN AREAS
3.1. urban areas,
3.2. urban infrastructure,
3.3. services of the nature,
3.4. flora and vegetation in the cities,
3.5. urban forest,
3.6. mitigation of the pollution,
3.9. urban pilot project
4. PLANTS: A RICH SOURCE OF HEALTHY COMPOUNDS
4.1. medicinal plants
4.2. plant secondary metabolites
4.5. plant occurring compounds
4.6. food plants
5. FREE TOPIC