Impact of Plant Biotechnology on Horticulture (4th Ed)

Impact of Plant Biotechnology on Horticulture (4th Ed)

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Publisher Agrobios Publications All Horticulture books by Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177544787
Author: Prasad S
Number of Pages 689
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Impact of Plant Biotechnology on Horticulture (4th Ed) by Prasad S
Book Summary:

The term biotechnology encompasses a wide array of techniques through which humans employ biological processes to provide useful products. More recently, the term has come to mean the collection of techniques that allow the direct manipulation of specific pieces of genetic material within and between organisms. There are many applications of biotechnology in crop improvement. Modern biotechnology holds considerable promise to meet challenges in agricultural production. It is used in horticultural crops to develop commercial processes and products which also includes the techniques of Recombinant DNA, gene transfer, embryo manipulation, plant regeneration, cell culture, monoclonal antibodies and bio-processed engineering. These techniques can transform ideas into practical applications, viz, certain crops can be genetically altered to increase their tolerance to certain herbicides. Biotechnology can be used to develop safer vaccines against viral and bacterial diseases.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Horticulture.
Table of Contents:

1. Horticulture and Biotechnology: An Overview

2. Biotechnology Researches: Promotion and Priorities in India

3. Applications of Genetic Engineering in Horticulture

4. Enzymes in Genetic Engineering (Nucleic Acid Enzymology)

5. Gene Cloning Vectors

6. Techniques for Genetic Engineering

7. Genetic Engineering Techniques of Producing New Horticultural Crop Varieties

8. Expression of Induced Genes

9. Gene silencing and Antisense Technology

10. Marker Assisted Selection (Mas) Technique

11. Scopes and Achievements of Genetically Modified Crops

12. Eco- Social Impact of Genetically Modified Crop

13. Plant Tissue Culture: Principles and Methodology

14. Histological, Photographic Techniques and Indexing For Plant Pathogens of Plants Tissue Culture

15. Protoplast Technology

16. Micropropagation in Plants

17. Somatic Embryogenesis

18. Synseeds or Synthetic Seeds

19. Somaclonal and Gametoclonal Variant Selection

20. Gynogenesis and Crop improvement

21. Plant Tissue Culture Some Related Aspects

22. Fruit and Plantation Crops Improvement through Biotechnology

23. Vegetable Crop Improvement through Biotechnology

24. Spics and Condiments Improvement through Biotechnology

25. Improvement of Flower Crop through Biotechnology

26. Biotechnology of Biofertilizers

27. Biotechnology Production of Secondary Plant Metabolites

Selected Bibliography


Abbreviation Acronyms