Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, K.R. Khanna.|
|Contributions||Khanna, K. R.|
|LC Classifications||SB123 .B49 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||459 p. :|
|Number of Pages||459|
|LC Control Number||90038264|
Offers a comprehensive review at the biochemical and molecular level of the processes and techniques that contribute to crop improvement. This book provides topics that include a historical perspective of the advancements in crop improvement as well as cultivar systematics and biochemical and molecular markers in crop improvement programs. Crop improvement is one of the most urgent tasks in current plant breeding, as an enormous increase in demand for plant-derived products will rise in the near future due to the growing human population and the depletion of fossil resources. In addition, environmental and aerial pollution has a negative impact on soil, water, and climate, and. The book covers the latest development in the biosciences field covering key topics in crop improvement including ‘omic approaches to improving sustainable crop production, advancement in marker technology, strategies in genetic manipulation, crop quality and sustainability and plant microbe interaction detailing on proven technologies to address critical issue for agricultural. Doubled haploid technology is an important tool for plant breeding. It allows for significant time reduction in the achievement of homozygous breeding lines of value in crop improvement. This volume provides an excellent overview of haploid induction and the application of doubled haploids.
The book discusses the emerging importance of bioinformatics in analyzing the vast resources of information regarding crop improvement and its practical application and utilization. Throughout this comprehensive resource, emphasis is placed on various techniques used to improve agricultural crops, providing a common platform for the utility of. In this scenario, strategies should be adopted to achieve maximum productivity and economic crop returns. In this book we have mainly focused on physiological, biochemical, molecular and genetic bases of crop development and related approaches that can be used for crop improvement under environmental adversaries. Comprehensive and lavishly illustrated, Improvement of Crops in the Era of Climatic Changes, Volume 2 is a state-of-the-art guide to recent developments vis-à-vis various aspects of plant responses in molecular and biochemical ways to create strong yields and overall crop improvement. This book offers comprehensive coverage of important grain cereals including their origin and distribution, crop gene pool, level of diversity, production constraints, traits of importance for genetic base widening, crop improvement methodologies, genome mapping, genomics for breeding, and future strategies. The chapters, contributed by eminent crop researchers from around the world, provide.
Biotechnology in Crop improvement. by Chawla, IBDC. ISBN: SKU: This book has been written to meet the needs of advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in Botany, Genetics, Plant Breeding, Horticulture and Plant Pathology. Ø Biochemical, physiological and molecular basis of abiotic stress tolerance and crop improvement. Ø Omics approaches to understand the regulatory aspects of crop improvement. Ø Computational biology approaches for abiotic stress tolerance and crop improvement. Ø Involvement of signaling cascades in abiotic stress response. Crop Improvement 27 CROP IMPROVEMENT the All India Coordinated Rice Improvement Programme, 33 cultures were identified as most promising for various ecosystems. Swarna Sub Swarna Sub-1, a rice variety, was released for cultivation in shallow lowland areas of coastal Orissa. It is similar to its parents in all qualities, excepting dark green. The improvement of crop species has been a basic pursuit since cultivation began thousands of years ago. To feed an ever increasing world population will require a great increase in food production.