The Serbian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS) is a non-governmental, non-profit scientific society founded with the aim to achieve the program objectives of promotion and development of research and education in the field of plant physiology, and to coordinate research activities between institutions and researchers.

The main goals of the Society are:

  • to improve fundamental and applied research aimed to explain how plants function

  • to improve educational programs of plant physiology in schools and faculties

  • to promote understanding how society can benefit from scientific research in the field of plant physiology

  • to facilitate networking between members, thus enabling exchange of data, results and ideas for scientific research.

SPPS is a scientific society supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia.


The Serbian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS) was originally founded in 1971 as the Yugoslav Society for Plant Physiology (YSPB). The current name was adopted in 2007, and today it gathers plant physiology scientists in Republic of Serbia.

SPPS as a legatee of the YSPB is a co-founder and a member of Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology, FESPB (www.fespb.org) established in 1978 in Edinburgh under the former name Federation of European Societies of Plant Physiology (FESPP).

SPPS Statute

SPPS statute is the core document of the SPSS that has been adopted in 2010. DOWNLOAD STATUTE DFBS