The virtual conference will feature four plenary symposia, large poster sessions, 28 concurrent symposia, and select 2-minute Rapid Communication talks comprised primarily of speakers selected by the Program Committee from submitted abstracts.
March 11, 2021
Deadline for abstract submission to be considered for an oral presentation (concurrent symposium talk or rapid communication talk).
July 6, 2021
Deadline for abstract submission to be included in the e-poster gallery. Primary poster presenters must be registered for the conference. This will be the LAST DAY to submit an abstract.
Abstract Submission Details
- The Program Committee invites abstracts (maximum 300 words or 2,000 characters) that report new scientific research developments in diverse areas of Plant Biology. Abstracts may not include graphics or tabular material.
- Abstracts are welcome from scientists and students in all sectors, including academia, industry, government, and education.
- You do not have to be an ASPB member to submit an abstract.
- Each attendee can purchase and submit up to two (2) abstract submissions.
- There is a $25.00 non-refundable fee for each abstract submission.
- Abstract submission fees are separate from meeting registration fees. All speakers and primary poster presenters must be registered for the conference.
- Abstract submissions for an oral presentation and/or a poster both use the same form. If you are submitting for an oral presentation we hope that you will also present a poster.
Increase the chances that your abstract will be selected for an oral presentation
The Program Committee reads all the abstracts that want to be considered for an oral presentation, but all too often, it is difficult to determine the intended presentation content based on the abstract. Thus, a well written abstract is the best way to increase the chances of being selected. The Program Committee teamed up with the editor of Plant Direct to identify an example of an informative abstract and explain its parts. Thanks also the authors for letting us use their abstract! While following the abstract structure/content in this abstract example is optional, it is highly recommended by the Program Committee.