Crop Science and Land use for Food and Bioenergy

Crop Science and Land use for Food and Bioenergy

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Publisher Agrobios Publications All Renewable Energy books by Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788190430982
Author: Kaetsch C. Meliczek H. Merbach W.
Number of Pages 501
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Crop Science and Land use for Food and Bioenergy by Kaetsch C, Meliczek H, Merbach W
Book Summary:

This book covers a wide range of topics like crop sciences and crop improvement, plant microbe interactions, resource management, bio-energy, sustainable development and socio economic aspects of land use and other natural resources that can compliment the objectives of sustainable land use.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Renewable Energy.
Table of Contents:
  1. Vision
  2. Land Resources and Land Use Options - Challenges for Food Security to Climate Change, Crop Improvement
  3. Biotechnological Strategies to Ameliorate Abiotic Stress in Crops to Enhance Productivity and Improve Food Security in African Countries
  4. Genetic Resources Provided By Genetic Engineering
  5. Hybrid Wheat: Developmental Approaches and Impact Analysis
  6. Triticale: A Viable and Adaptable Crop: History, Present Situation and Prospect in Hungary and Mid-Europe
  7. Strategies to Enhance Wheat Productivity Under Drought Stress Conditions
  8. Distribution of Zinc, Copper and Selenium in Food Chain, Bioavailability, Clinical Implications and Biofortification
  9. Genetic Improvement of Nutrient Use Efficiency in Wheat Under Low Input Conditions
  10. Genetic Variation for Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Chickpea - An Appraisal
  11. Maize Scenario in India
  12. Strategies of Maize Breeding to Increase Efficiency of Land Use and Phytomass Conversion to Mitigate Climate Change
  13. An Important Endangered Medicinal Plant: Tylophora Indica - An Appraisal Reveiw
  14. Indian Seed Industry Scenario and the Role of Vibha Seeds Group, Plant Microbe Interaction
  15. Influence of Rhizosphere Bacteria of African Oil Palm (Elaeis Guineensis) on Calcium, Iron and Aluminium Phosphate In-Vitro Mobilization
  16. Host Genotype-Azotobacter Chroococcum -Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Interactions in Relation to Nutrient Use Efficiency in Wheat
  17. Siderophore Production in Azotobacter Chrococcum Strains
  18. Impact of Ethylene-Diamine Resistant Mutants of Azospirillum Lipoferum (Lacz+) Marked on Crop Productivity of Wheat
  19. Effect of Bt Cotton Root Exudates on Native Microbial Population and its Impact on Growth of Biinoculants
  20. Microbial and Enzymatic Activities in Some Coal Mine Soils from Central Scotland, Resource Management
  21. Evaluation of Organic Matter Content in Arable Soils in the Czech Republic
  22. Effect of Crop Residues and Fym on Yield and Quality of Carrot Roots
  23. Effect of N and P Fertilizer Rate on Yield and Yield Components of Potato
  24. Phosphorus Efficiency and P Influx of Maize in Low P Alfisol
  25. Genetic and Management Options for Effective Productivity of Water and Other Interlinked Resources in Semi-Arid and Tropical Regions of Developing Countries
  26. Improving Rural Livelihoods with Rainwater Harvesting and Conservation on Communal Croplands in South Africa: Opportunities and Obstacles
  27. Climate Change and its Impact on Bangladesh Agriculture
  28. System of Rice Intensification (Sri) for Sustainable Rice Production-Perspectives, Bioenergy and Sustainable Development
  29. Bioenergy: Poverty and Hunger -Could Bioenergy Be A Total Disaster for Those Who Are Starving?
  30. Use of Land Suitability Assessment and Farm Modelling to Determine Viability of Agroforestry and Bioelectricity Generation in the Western Cape, South Africa
  31. Anaerobic Digestion of Animal Waste
  32. Assessing Land Use Options - Spatially Explicit Landscape Modelling as Tool in Optimizing Land Use Efficiency
  33. Sustainable Horticulture in Afghanistan
  34. Sustenance: Subsistence and Sustainability with Special Reference to Africa, Socio-Economic Aspects
  35. Socio-Economic Aspects of Sustainable Land Use
  36. Land Use Systems and Rural Poverty in Georgia
  37. Land Use Pattern Towards Agri-Horticulture, Urbanization and Industrialization in Relation to Sustainable Development
  38. The Strengthening Agricultural Research for Development (Ard): Situation and Strategy
  39. Research and Technology