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  • The Mechanisms of Nutrient Uptake by Arbuscular Mycorrhizae.- Dynamics of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis and Its Role in Nutrient Acquisition: An Overview.- Capturing Plant Genetic Potential of Upland Rice for Exploiting Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Responsiveness to Improve Rice Variety for Higher Phosphorus (P) Acquisition Under P Limiting Environments.- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Heavy Metal Tolerance in Plants: An Insight into Physiological and Molecular Mechanisms.- Microbial Socialization Highlights the AMF Effect.- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis and Nutrient Resource Limitation: Predicting the Linkages and Effectiveness of Partnership.- Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Mediated Control of Plant Pathogens.- Mycorrhizal Fungi as Control Agents Against Plant Pathogens.- Management of Fungal Pathogens by Mycorrhiza.- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi as Biocontrol Agents for Parasitic Nematodes in Plants.- The Impact of AMF Symbiosis in Alleviating Drought Tolerance in Field Crops.- Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: A Tool for Enhancing Crop Production.- Comparative Analysis of Metal Uptake Potential of Hyphal Fusion Progenies of AMF and Their Parents.- Role of Mycorrhiza in Phytoremediation Processes: A Review.- Conventional Methods for Mass Cultivation of AMF.- Biological Hardening of Micropropagated Tomato Plantlets: A Case Study with Piriformaspora indica.- Piriformospora indica (Serendipita indica) Enhances Growth and Secondary Metabolites in Cucurma longa.- Effect of Azotobacter chroococcum and Piriformospora indica on Oryza sativa in Presence of Vermicompost.- Principles and Application of Confocal Microscopy to Understand Symbiotic Fungi.- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: Green Approach/Technology for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment.- Rhizosphere Mycorrhizae Communities an Input for Organic Agriculture.- Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: A Potential Tool for Restoration of Degraded Land.- The Role Played by Mycorrhizal Fungi in Ecorestoration.- Transkingdom Signaling Systems Between Plant and its Associated Beneficial Microbes in Relation to Plant Growth and Development.- Mycorrhizae: A Sustainable Industry for Plant and Soil Environment.- An Overview on Orchid Endophytes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319688664 20180306
This is the fourth updated and revised edition of a well-received book that emphasises on fungal diversity, plant productivity and sustainability. It contains new chapters written by leading experts in the field. This book is an up-to-date overview of current progress in mycorrhiza and association with plant productivity and environmental sustainability. The result is a must hands-on guide, ideally suited for agri-biotechnology, soil biology, fungal biology including mycorrrhiza and stress management, academia and researchers. The topic of this book is particularly relevant to researchers involved in mycorrhiza, especially to food security, plant microbe interaction and environmental protection. Mycorrhizas are symbioses between fungi and the roots of higher plants. As more than 90% of all known species of plants have the potential to form mycorrhizal associations, the productivity and species composition and the diversity of natural ecosystems are frequently dependent upon the presence and activity of mycorrhizas. The biotechnological application of mycorrhizas is expected to promote the production of food while maintaining ecologically and economically sustainable production systems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319688664 20180306
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xiv, 411 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • History.- Historical Examples of Allelopathy and Ethnobotany from the Mediterranean Region.- Allelopathy: Advances, Challenges and Opportunities.- Allelopathy in Chinese Ancient and Modern Agriculture.- Allelochemicals and Allelopathic Mechanisms.- Allelochemicals in Plants.- Allelopathy: Full Circle from Phytotoxicity to Mechanisms of Resistance.- Allelopathic Mechanisms and Experimental Methodology.- Indirect Effects of Phenolics on Plant Performance by Altering Nitrogen Cycling: Another Mechanism of Plant-Plant Negative Interactions.- Genomic Approaches to Understanding Allelochemical Effects on Plants.- Allelopathy from a Mathematical Modeling Perspective.- Application of Allelopathy in Agriculture and Forestry.- Progress and Prospect of Rice Allelopathy Research.- Rice Allelopathy Research in China.- Recent Advances in Wheat Allelopathy.- Sorghum Allelopathy for Weed Management in Wheat.- Allelochemicals in Pre-cowing Soils of Continuous Soybean Cropping and Their Autointoxication.- Autotoxicity in Agriculture and Forestry.- Black Walnut Allelopathy: Implications for Intercropping.- Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and Mycorrhizal Fungi in Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry.- Utilization of Stress Tolerant, Weed Suppressive Groundcovers for Low Maintenance Landscape Settings.- Allelopathy in Forested Ecosystems.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780387773360 20160605
This is the first comprehensive and up-to-date reference on the science, mechanism, methodology, and application of allelopathy. The objective of this practical reference is to report on the latest advances by inviting leading scientists to contribute in specific fields. The volume is organized under three major subsections: History of allelopathy, Allelochemicals, allelopathic mechanisms, and bioassays, and Application of allelopathy in agriculture and forestry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780387773360 20160605
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xiv, 281 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • PREFACE 1. INTRODUCTION: WHY DO WE NEED ECOSYSTEM-LEVEL MODELS AS A DECISION-SUPPORT TOOL IN FORESTRY? 2. ECOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCEPTS THAT SHOULD BE ADDRESSED IN FORESTRY DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS 3. HYBRID SIMULATION (HS) IN THE CONTEXT OF OTHER CLASSES OF FOREST MODELS, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORECAST FAMILY OF HS MODELS 4. FORESTRY IN TRANSITION: THE NEED FOR INDIVIDUAL TREE MODELS 5. STAND-LEVEL MODELS IN FOREST MANAGEMENT AS TOOLS TO SUPPORT ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT 6. LANDSCAPE-LEVEL MODELS IN FOREST MANAGEMENT 7. EDUCATIONAL MODELS IN FOREST MANAGEMENT 8. HOW TO DEVELOP A MODEL FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT 9. THE ROLE OF ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT MODELS IN ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT, CERTIFICATION AND LAND RECLAMATION 10. THE FUTURE OF HYBRID MODELS IN FOREST MANAGEMENT REFERENCES INDEX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844079223 20160604
Modelling is an important tool for understanding the complexity of forest ecosystems and the variety of interactions of ecosystem components, processes and values. This book describes the hybrid approach to modelling forest ecosystems and their possible response to natural and management-induced disturbance. The book describes the FORECAST family of ecosystem management models at three different spatial scales (tree, stand and landscape), and compares them with alternative models at these three spatial scales. The book will help forest managers to understand what to expect from ecosystem-based forest models; serve as a tool for use in teaching about sustainability, scenario analysis and value trade-offs in natural resources management; and assist policy makers, managers and researches working in assessment of sustainable forest management and ecosystem management. Several real-life examples of using the FORECAST family of models in forest management and other applications are presented from countries including Canada, China, Spain and the USA, to illustrate the concepts described in the text. The book also demonstrates how these models can be extended for scenario and value trade-off analysis through visualization and educational or management games.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781844079223 20160604
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vii, 31 leaves ; 30 cm.
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108 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 30 cm.
"Built in 1960, the Missouri Botanical Garden Climatron conservatory is the world's first geodesic dome greenhouse. The free-standing structure rises seven stories in the center with no interior support, allowing generous light and space for the half-acre of tropical rain forest plants within-- an increasing number of which are endangered in the wild. A monument to the space-age design of the past and the biodiversity of the future, the Climatron continues to inspire imaginations a half-century later"--P. [4] of cover.
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1 online resource (xviii, 381 p.) : ill. (some col.)
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x, 443 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 25 cm.
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1 online resource (xv, 293 p.) : ill.
  • Germplasm Characterisation: Utilising the Underexploited Resources
  • Mapping Population Development
  • Genotyping of Mapping Population
  • Linkage Map Construction
  • Phenotyping
  • QTL Identification
  • Fine Mapping
  • Marker-Assisted Selection
  • Success Stories in MAS
  • Curtain Raiser to Novel MAS Platforms
  • Recent Advances in MAS in Major Crops
  • Future Perspectives in MAS.
Genetic mapping and marker assisted selection (MAS) is considered as one of the major tools in genetic improvement of crop plants in this genomics era. This book describes basics in linkage mapping, step-by-step procedure to perform MAS, achievements made so far in different crops, and limitations and prospects of MAS in plant breeding. It summarizes all this in a simple but comprehensive mode using suitable examples so as to explain the concept and its historical developments. To summarize, this book describes technologies for identification of genes of interest through genetic mapping, recaps the major applications of MAS to plant breeding; lists examples in which MAS is being applied to various breeding programs, and emphasizes the various difficulties that limit the application of MAS in plant breeding, providing possible solutions to overcome these difficulties, and finally tries to illustrate the future prospects. This book would be a valuable guide to the under-graduates and post-graduates of agricultural universities and institutes that are interested and/or involved in genetic improvement of crop plants using modern tools. Bibliography listed in this book constitutes two parts: literature cited and further reading. Literature cited contains references cited in the text and further information on the given concept/technique can be obtained from these references. Further reading provides a list of suggested readings for in-depth coverage of the topics.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9788132209577 20160615
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  • v. 1. Concepts and strategies
  • v. 2. Target traits.

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