Biotechnology And Plant Breeding Perspectives

Biotechnology And Plant Breeding Perspectives

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Publisher Agrobios Publications All Biotechnology books by Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9789381191040
Author: R K Behl And E Arseniul
Number of Pages 389
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Biotechnology And Plant Breeding Perspectives by R K Behl And E Arseniul
Book Summary:

This book entitled "Biotechnology and Plant Breeding Perspectives based on presented and also intended to be presented papers covers topics such as classical crop improvement with exploration of genetic resources, biotechnology in plant breeding, intellectual property protection and patenting of plant material, socio-economic and safety reasons or risks connected with acceptance or rejection of products made of plant GMO or with additions of GMO, concepts of participatory and decentralized breeding, infusing quality, resistance and tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses into plant genome and other issues discussed at the conference.

Audience of the Book :
This Book Useful For Biotechnology, Plant Breeding.
Table of Contents:
  1. Biotechnology and Plant Breeding Perspectives for Food, Energy and Sustainability
  1. The Impact of Biotechnology and Globalization Processes on Plant Breeding and Seed Business
  2. Potentials and Possibilities of Biotechnology and Plant Breeding in Feeding and Fuelling the World Population
  3. Socio-Economic and Safety Reasons for Acceptance of GMO-Products
  4. Breeding Without GMO-European Perspective
  5. Socio-Economic and Safety Reasons of Rejection of Biotechnological and GMO Products
  1. The Perennial Wild Species Avena macrostachya as a Genetic Source for Improvement of Winter Hardiness in Winter Oat for Cultivation in Poland
  2. Miscanthus Gene Pool Investigation in Poland: A Review
  3. Morphological, Cytogenetic and Molecular Characterization of Selected Wild beets from the Genebank-An Example of the Integrated Model Approach for Plant Passport Data Supplementation
  4. Comparative Studies of Amino Acids Localisation in Kernels of Wheat, Rye and Barley Endosperm by Raman Imaging (mapping) Microspectroscopy
  5. Genetic Diversity and Relationship of Weedy Rices of Haryana using ISSR Markers
  6. Study on Genetic Diversity between and Within Six Wheat Populations Using ISSR Markers
  7. Classification of Closely Related Wheat Cultivars with ISSR Marker
  8. An Overview of Stevia rebaudiana: The Standby Medicine Chest
  1. Introgressive- Improved Lines Obtained by Interspecific and Intergeneric Hybridization of Wheat Tritium caesium L. With the Species T. durum Desf., T.timopheevii Zhuk., L. perenne L. and Ae. speltoides Taush
  2. Development of Special Pea Cultivars to Meet the Demand for Protein of the Growing Population
  3. Tritle Utilization: Efforts for Human Food Consumption
  4. Genetic Approaches for Enhancement of Phosphorus Use Efficiency in Wheat
  5. Breeding for wheat Biofortification-A Strategy for Enrichment of Micronutrient
  6. Potential of Various Strategies for Development of Iron and Zinc Efficient Rice
  7. Challenges of Cereal Breeding and Production
  8. Participatory Plant Breeding: Opportunities and Challenges for the Sustainable Crop Improvement
  9. Patents and Farmers Rights and Livelihood Issues-An Appraisal
  10. In Vitro Bank and Seed Collection of Wild-Growing Plants as a Tool for Plant Conservation and Utilization in Biotechnological Studies
  11. Androgenesis as a Tool for Cereal Crop Improvement
  12. Results and Challenges in Isolated Microspore Culture of Capsicum annuum 1
  13. Transgenic Brassica napus Plants Expressing Cytochrome P450scc Cypllal Gene under In Vitro Osmotic Stress Condition
  14. Agrobacterium-Mediated Transformation of Chicory Using Vector Constructions with Various Selective and Target Genes and Peculiarities of Transgenic Plants
  1. Functional Genomics Analysis of Grain Quality Using an In Vitro Immature Wheat Spike Culture System
  2. Evaluation of Reference Genes Transcription Stability in Generative Whorls of Cucumber Flower (Cucumis sativus)
  3. A Molecular Approach of Pre-Harvest Sprouting in Triticale: Results of a 6-Year Prospective Study
  4. Molecular Background of Frost Tolerance of Cereals: Improving Freezing Tolerance of Wheat and Barley by CBF Gene Transformation
  5. Effect of Dihaploid Technology on Resistance of Winter Wheat and Winter Triticale to Stagonospora nodorum Botch (SNB)
  6. Occurrence of Anthracnose (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum) in Field Conditions and Response of Common Bean Cultivars to Aggressive Isolate in Laboratory Test
  7. Microbe-Host Interactions in Relation to Biological Management of Fusarium Wilts
  1. The Novel Comprehensive Approach for Agricultural and Landfill Biomass Microbial Fermentation and Biogas Production
  2. Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulosic Materials Using Ionic Liquid
  3. Concentrations of Risk Elements in Soils and Plant Material from a Contaminated Area
  4. Contents of Heavy Metals in Fishes Tissues from Water Reservoirs