4 edition of Biochemical Basis of Plant Breeding found in the catalog.
Biochemical Basis of Plant Breeding
September 1986 by Crc Pr I Llc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Biochemical basis of plant breeding. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, ©© (OCoLC) Document Type. Get this from a library. Biochemical basis of plant breeding. Volume I, Carbon metabolism. [Carlos A Neyra;] -- First published in This book presents a comprehensive survey of progress and current knowledge of those biochemical processes with greater potential for the development of superior cultivars.
Biochemical Basis of Plant Breeding book Principles of Plant Breeding (Allard, ) is a classic (i.e., excellent) as mentioned by Jack Haggard. It provides the conceptual framework of how to think about breeding a plant species.
Publisher Summary On a worldwide basis, plant breeding has been one of the most successful technologies developed in modern agriculture: its methods are Author: Charles Stuber.
This book reviews the recent advances in agricultural biotechnology, including sequencing and re-sequencing in crop plants, genotyping platforms for plant improvement, trait mapping approaches, molecular and genomic selection breeding, omics approaches, and.
Since root growth in hybrids is increased because of increased shoot growth and photosynthate availability, it is obvious that heterosis in nutrient up- TABLE XVII Distribution of Nutrients per Plant and on Unit Weight Basis in a Sorghum Hybrid (CSH 2) and Its Parents" Leaf Stem Pi XPj Pi X P2 Nutrient Pi P2 (Fl) Pi Pi (Fl) Milligrams per plant Cited by: Biochemical, Physiological and Molecular Avenues for Combating Abiotic Stress in Plants is a must-have reference for researchers and professionals in agronomy, plant science and horticulture.
As abiotic stress tolerance is a constant challenge for researchers and professionals working on improving crop production, this book combines recent. Equally interesting, and at least as important in scope, are the properties which make plants susceptible to infection, the biochemical mechanisms by which the cellular damage is sustained, and the nature of plant resistance to microorganisms with a demonstrated pathogenic potential on other plants often within the same narrow taxonomic group Cited by: The chapters on pollination energetics, climate change, pollinator decline, biochemical basis of plant-pollination interaction, pollinators as bioindicators of ecosystem functioning, consequences of introduced honeybees upon native bee communities and capacity building are innovative and provide a base for future insights into pollination biology.
Biochemical traits 39 PLANT PUBESCENCE Insects with piercing and sucking mouth parts are deterred from feeding on hairy plants or vascular bundles.
Breeding of hairy cottons in Africa and Asia to combat the Jassids Empoasca spp. constitutes the foremost host plant resistance (HPR). Pargell et al., () demonstrated that greater hairiness.
Biochemical Basis Of Plant Breeding: Volume 1 Carbon Metabo Plant Breeding Stress Causes Ebooks This Book Novels Texts Reading Plants Products In vitro Plant Breeding towards Novel Agronomic Traits ebook by - Rakuten Kobo60 pins. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION - Vol.
I - Plant Breeding and Genetics - M. Arterburn, S. Jones and K. Kidwell ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 2. History of Plant Breeding The most rudimentary forms of plant breeding likely originated during the transition ofFile Size: KB. The aim of this book is to gather together, in an integrated manner, information on the physiology and technology of contemporary plant breeding.
The approach is multidisciplinary, with special emphasis being placed on the application of theoretical knowledge to the solution of practical problems concerned with the improvement of crop yield Format: Ebook. Plant mutagenesis is rapidly coming of age in the aftermath of recent Biochemical Basis of Plant Breeding book in high-resolution molecular and biochemical techniques.
By combining the high variation of mutagenised populations with novel screening methods, traits that are almost impossible to identify by conventional breeding are now being developed and characterised at the molecular by: Biochemical Basis for Plant Competition - Volume 17 Issue 3 - C.
Black, T. Chen, R. Brown This hypothesis is discussed and some general conclusions have been advanced related to plant breeding, development of herbicides to inhibit specific biochemical reactions, ecology, and increasing food by: Phenotyping in breeding trials is the basis for the selection of new varieties of food, feed, and fiber crops that support the continued Biophysical and Biochemical Characterization and Plant Species Studies book.
Biophysical and Biochemical Characterization and Plant Species Studies book. Edited By Prasad S. Thenkabail, John G. Lyon Cited by: 2. Plant Breeding Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant genetics and the breeding of all types of crops by both traditional means and molecular methods.
Many of the crops widely grown today stem from a very narrow genetic base; understanding and preserving crop genetic resources is vital to the security of food systems worldwide. The emphasis of the series is on Author: Irwin Goldman. Book Description. Chemistry and Technology of Plant Substances: Chemical and Biochemical Aspects demonstrates the progress and promise of developing new chemical substances from renewable sources of chemical raw materials.
The volume brings together new achievements in the field of research and processing of plant raw materials and the synthesis of natural. 3. Plant Breeding: Methods of plant breeding – introduction, selection and hybridization (pedigree, backcross, mass selection, bulk method); Mutation, polyploidy, male sterility and heterosis breeding; Use of apomixis in plant breeding.
– Selected portions from Breeding book by Pundhan Singh. No need to read cover to cover. RECOMMENDATIONS. For Gardeners and Nursery growers. The Flower-growing farmers of South Saurashtra region are advised to spay Gaillardia crop with Naphthalene Acetic Acid(NAA)@ g ha-1 twice ( g ha-1 at flower bud initiation stage and 3 g ha-1 at 20 days after first spraying after dissolving NAA in liters of water) for getting higher flower yield and.
The first resource of its kind, Physiology and Biotechnology Integration for Plant Breeding assembles current research in crop plant physiology, plant biotechnology, and plant breeding that is aimed toward improving crop plants genetically while supporting a productive agriculture ecosystem.
Highly comprehensive, this reference provides access. The history and theory of heterosis and the biochemical and physiological characteristics of maize hybrids and their parents are reviewed.
The author develops the theory that in self-pollinated lines serving as parents metabolism breaks down and heterotic hybrids are obtained only when the parents complement each other in metabolism : P.
Fedorov. Studer, C.W. () Heterosis in Plant Breeding. In: Plant Breeding Reviews. John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp. ISBN Cited by: Specific breeding methods in self and cross-pollinated crops, their genetic basis and scope of further refinements, concepts and techniques of tissue culture, molecular biology and production of transgenic plants, commonly used experimental designs in plant breeding, seed production, and implications of plant breeder's rights are other highlights.
Search Hello Select your address Select your address. Focke (U. S.) – Wrote book on plant breeding; coined the word “xenia xenia “; summarized Mendelís work Weismann – Wrote 12 essays on heredity and evolution, important in directing the trend of biology and thought; summarized current knowledge and pointed out the broad implications: continuity of germplasm, equal.
Nature of modern plant breeding. Plant breeding since s has had a profound impact on food production through developing and deploying new cultivars on a worldwide basis (Borlaug ).New cultivars have been developed through applications of many effective breeding methods, ranging from introduction, phenotypic selection on natural variants, Cited by: Plant breeding is the only subject which uses as much of genetics into action to feed millions of mouths on this planet earth.
agronomic, biochemical and physiological to distinguish UpE and UtE. The complexity of cancer can be better understood if you read the above book.
But in plant genetics we decide the genes based on the. Plant phenotyping refers to a quantitative description of the plant’s anatomical, ontogenetical, physiological and biochemical properties. Today, rapid developments are taking place in the field of non-destructive, image-analysis -based phenotyping that allow for a characterization of plant traits in high-throughput.
During the last decade, ‘the field of image Cited by: The main objectives of the scientific activity of Prof. Boguslav Kurlovich are the collection and study of Plant genetic resources (lupins, vetch, soya, bean) as initial material for plant breeding.
Boguslav Kurlovich has participated in 15 plant collecting missions, explored different regions of former USSR (Siberia, Far East, Kazakhstan, Caucasus, Middle Asia, Ukraine) and many 5/5(4).
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Though the aim of this volume seems to have been to provide an introduction to the methods of plant breeding, the first two-thirds are taken up with genetics of the higher plants.
After definition of the principles and terms used in genetic research, there are clear explanations of chromosome behaviour and its role in heredity, poryploidy and other chromosome changes, mutations, both Cited by: Category: Biology Plant Genetics and Molecular Biology (Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology Book ) free ebook download.
3. a brief history of plant breeding. Plant breeding has been defined as the “art and science of improving the heredity of plants for the benefit of humankind” (Sleper and Poehlman, ).
Plant breeders engage in a cyclical process of collecting or generating heritable variation for traits of interest, evaluating that variation, and Author: Gayle Volk, Patrick Byrne.
Drought stress restricts plant growth and development by altering metabolic activity and biological functions. However, plants have evolved several cellular and molecular mechanisms to overcome drought stress.
Drought tolerance is a multiplex trait involving the activation of signaling mechanisms and differentially expressed molecular responses.
Broadly, drought tolerance Author: Tahir Mahmood, Shiguftah Khalid, Muhammad Abdullah, Zubair Ahmed, Muhammad Kausar Nawaz Shah, Abdul. of enzymes as tools to accelerate or manipulate biochemical pathways so as to generate new goods and services based on life and biomolecules.
in vitro culture technology, marker assisted selection, somatic hybridization, transgenesis and bioreactor technology are the major tools of biotechnology used in plant breeding. Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of vegetatively propagated crops V2: Volume 2 - Ebook written by C.
Broertjes. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of vegetatively. Biochemical, Physiological and Molecular Avenues for Combating Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants is a must-have reference for researchers and professionals in agronomy, plant science and horticulture.
As abiotic stress tolerance is a constant challenge for researchers and professionals working on improving crop production, this book combines recent advances with foundational. Understanding the mechanistic basis of why a certain pathogen causes disease in one host plant and not in another has long intrigued and motivated plant pathologists.
Plants, in nature, are generally resistant to most pathogens. The ability of a pathogen to cause disease in a host plant is usually. Breeding approaches help the farmers by improving the genetic architecture of crop plants which is a permanent solution for combating drought stress.
Breeding approaches are diverse and versatile in nature including conventional, molecular and omic‐based techniques (Fig. These breeding techniques, with a special focus on improvement of Cited by:.