Advances In Plant Physiology
Advances In Plant Physiology
Advances In Plant Physiology by P C Trivedi
In the present scenario, with the increasing pressure posed by a rapidly growing population and diminishing per capita arable land and sources of irrigation, the role of plant physiologists in increasing agricultural and horticultural production by economically viable means, is significant. The present book incorporates articles covering latest information on the varied aspects of plant physiology, like diagnosis and management of physiological disorders in fruit production, physiology of vegetable crops, breeding crops for dryland conditions, effect of sulphur dioxide on growth, photosynthesis, antioxidant enzyme activities and so on. Topics such as abiotic stress, macronutrient stress and stress caused by pollutants also form part of the book.
Audience of the Book :
|This book would serve as a useful reference for teachers, scientists and planners in the fields of Botany, Plant Physiology, Agriculture, Forestry and related fields.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
1.Contains 17 review articles and research papers discussing diagnosis and management of physiological disorders, advances in physiology of vegetables crops, effect of sulphur dioxide on growth, etc.
2.The book also lays emphasis on abiotic stresses including draught resistance, micronutrient stress, stress caused by pollutants etc.
3.All the articles are well supported with pictures, and tables.
Table of Contents:
1. Diagnosis and management of physiological disorders in subtropical fruit production
2. Breeding efficient crops and varieties for dry land conditions
3. Degree of submergence stress tolerance of lowland rice at varying growth stages
4. Effect of SO2 on growth, photosynthesis and antioxidant enzyme activities in Blackgram
5. Stimulatory effect of herbicide (Atrataf 50W) on pollen germination and tube growth of successive flowers of Apocyanaceal: A critical review
6. Abiotic stresses and physiology of drought resistance in Chickpea
7. Stress caused by Nagaon Paper Mill effluents on growth, development and yield of rice (Oryza Sativa L. var Mahsuri) plant
8. Advances in physiology of vegetable crops: A brief background
9. Protected cultivation of vegetables in North Indian conditions
10. System of rice intensification: A physiological perspective
11. Study of the interactive effect of Aba and Cytokinin on mustard under soil water stress condition
12. Effect of different photoquality on germination and early seedling growth of three varieties of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek
13. Absolute growth and growth rate of winter crop Guava cv. Sardar of different maturities during the ontogeny
14. A comparative analysis of vegetation and soil characteristics of Montane broad-leaved, mixed pine and pine forests of north-east India
15. Macronutrient stresses and their management in crop plants
16. Bambara Groundnut: Its physiology and introduction in India
17. Seed primming and potash nutrition as the management tools for drought investigation in upland summer rice