Microbes for Sustainable Agriculture

By K.K. Pal & Rinku Dey more
2715 Views
₹131.63 ₹195.00 You will save ₹63.38 after 33% Discount

Add to Wish List

Save extra with 3 Offers

Get ₹ 50 Instant Cashback on the purchase of ₹ 400 or above
SAVE10 Already Applied

NEW50

Get Flat 50% Off on your First Order

Product Specifications

Publisher IK International
ISBN 9789380026886
Author: K.K. Pal & Rinku Dey
Available
Available in all digital devices
  • Snapshot
  • About the book

Microbes for Sustainable Agriculture by K.K. Pal And Rinku Dey
Book Summary:

The present book comprising 16 chapters covers various aspects of microorganisms as natural resources for sustainable agriculture. The composition of media used for culturing the microorganisms and methods are also enlisted in this book. Figures with updated information is also a salient feature of this book.Selected references, suggested readings, glossary of terms used are given at the end of the book.


Audience of the Book :
The book is written as per the syllabus of the various universities. This will form a textbook for both UG and PG level of traditional universities, agricultural universities, industrial microbiology, microbial biotechnology, microbial ecology, applied microbiology and plant pathology. This also forms a very good source for general reading for all categories including the candidates appearing for various competitive examinations.
 
Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Discusses the isolation, growth, mode of action and applications of the important microbes in agriculture, including Rhizobium, Azotobacter, Azuspirillum, Azolla, Frankia and so on.

2.Inoculation and growth of microbes have been given a special treatment in the book.

3.Applications include biofertilizers, composting, biological pest control, biomethanation and so on.

4.Has a detailed glossary at the end of the book.


Table of Contents:

1.Biological Nitrogen Fixation

2. Legume (Rhizobium) Inoculants

3.Free-Living Nitrogen Fixers

4.Azospirillum Inoculant

5.Endophytic Bacteria

6.Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR)

7.Blue-Green (Cyanobacterial) Inoculants

 8.Azolla Biofertilizer

9.Phosphate Solubilizing Microorganisms

10. Actinorrhizal Associations

11.Mycorrhizae

12.Organic Matter Recycling and Composting

13.Organic Farming

14.Biological Control

15.Biomethanation

16.Molecular Techniques for Ecological Studies

x