Biotechnology: A New Approach

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Publisher Agrobios Publications All Biotechnology books by Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177544435
Author: Trivedi PC
Number of Pages 397
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Biotechnology: A New Approach by Trivedi PC
Book Summary:

The topics are bound to enthuse the readers and create eagerness to dwell into new information and insights, especially with the speed of new discoveries being made regularly.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Biotechnology students.
Table of Contents:
  1. Tissue Culture of Recalcitrant Crops: Problems and Solutions
  2. Plastid Transformation and its Applications in Crop Improvement – An Overview
  3. Molecular Markers, Development in Vegetable Crops
  4. Transgenesis and Genetic Enhancement in Wheat
  5. Propagation of Bamboos: A Need for Germplasm Conservation and Afforestation
  6. Biochemical and Molecular Basis of Cold Tolerance in Plants
  7. Plant Hormone Crosstalks: Interaction of Brassinosteroids with Other PGR's in Plants
  8. Biotechnological Approach for the Conservation of Some Orchids: A Review
  9. Microsatellite and its Application: A Review
  10. Understanding the Physiological, Biochemical and Molecular Aspects of Growth and Development of Geophytes (Rhizome, Tuber, Bulb and Corm) in Higher Plants
  11. Current Status and Future Prospects of Use of Markers and Marker Assisted Selection for Genetic Improvement of Castor and Jatropha
  12. Industrial Enzymes of Microbial Origin
  13. Indian Floriculture Industry Heralds a New Beginning: Prospects and Limitations
  14. Microbial Cellulases and Utilization of Cellulosic Materials
  15. Plantibodies.

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