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A Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: Reprint. Contents: Preface. I. Environmental stress: 1. Photosynthetic responses of C3 plants to drought/J. Flexas and H. Medrano. 2. Influence of high temperature on the photosynthetic apparatus/Katya Georgieva and Enrico Brugnoli. 3. Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk/Javier F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle and Nestor Carrillo. 4. Glutathione and oxidative stresses in plants/Sheela Agarwal. 5. Chemical protection of plants against ozone: role of ethylenediurea (EDU)/S.B Agrawal. 6. Variable response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism/Neera Garg and Jasleen Chawla. 7. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation response to abiotic factors/V.S.G.R.Naidu, J.D.S. Panwar and S.P. Saikia. II. Molecular physiology/biology: 8. Ca2+ signalling systems in plants - the cell as the minimum unity for complexity/Rui Malho and Luisa Camacho. 9. Molecular markers and tagging of genes in crop plants/Sujay Rakshit, Pervez, H. Zaidi and S.K. Mishra. III. Physiological and molecular implications of biofertilizer - the phycotechnological advancement: 10. Phycotechnological advances with respect to bio-N fertilization of rice/A. Vaishampayan. IV. Iron nutrition and interactions in plants: 11. Physiological and molecular advances in phytosiderophores - a contrivance for iron nutrition in plants/A. Hemantaranjan. V. Physiological pathology - a biotechnological approach: 12. Fungal host - pathogen interaction: attack and defense mechanisms/ Balwant Kumar Singh and R.S. Upadhyay. VI. Nitrogen metabolism: 13. 422 pp. Seller Inventory # 48581

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Rajan Kumar Gupta,Vidya Dhar Pandey

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Seller Inventory # 57799

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Rajan Kumar Gupta,Vidya Dhar Pandey

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Seller Inventory # 57799

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A. Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book has been sub-divided into eight relevant sections consisting of over sixteen review articles as substantial chapters related to: Environmental Stresses [over seven chapters]; Molecular Physiology/Biology [two chapters]; Physiological and Molecualr implications of biofertilizer the phytotechnological advancements [one substantial chapter]; Iron Nutrition and Interactions in Plants [one substantial chapter]; Physiological Pathology A Biotechnological approach [one substantial chapter] Nitrogen Metabolism [one substantial chapter]; Molecular and Physiological Advances in Biological Nitrogen Fixation [two cahpters]; Physiological strategies for sustainable Agriculture [one substantial chapter]. Eminent scientists all over the globe have contributed these chapters, who have been actively engaged in an assortment of explicit areas of research with all-encompassing knowledge, time-honoured record of distinction and illustrious authorieis. They have put into producing up-to-date reviews, which are duly evaluated by the respective Consulting Editors of international stature from India, U.K., U.S.A., Argentina, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Portugal, Israel, and Morocco to reinforce the execution of the noble objectives, tremendously indispensable in the new millennium. Contents: SECTION - I: ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS 1. Phytosynthetic responses of C3 plants to drought ? J. flesax and H. Medrano 2. Influence of high temperature on the photosynthetic apparatus ? Katya Georgieva and Enrico Brugnoli 3. Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk ? Javier F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle and Nestor Carrillo 4. Clutathione and oxidative stresses in plants ? Sheela Agarwal 5. Chemical protection of plants against ozone : Role of ethylenediurea (EDU) ? S.B. Agarwal 6. Variable response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism ? Neera Garg and Jasleen Chawla 7. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation response to abiotic factors ? V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Panwar and S.P. Saikha SECTION - II: MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY/BIOLOGY 8. Ca2+ Signalling systems in plants ? The cell as the minimum unity for complexity ? Ruti Malho and Luisa Camacho 9. Molecular markers and tagging of gens in crop plants ? Sujay Rakshit, Pervez, H. Zaidi and S.K. Mishra SECTION - III: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR IMPLICATIONS OF BIOFERTILIZER ? THE PHYCOTECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT 10. Phycotechnological advances with respect to Bio-N fertilization of rice ? A. Vaishampayan SECTION - IV: IRON NUTRITION AND INTERACTIONS IN PLANTS 11. Physiological and molecular advances advances in phytosiderophores ? A contrivance for iron nutrition in plants ? A. Hemantaranjan SECTION - V: PHYSIOLOGICAL PATHOLOGY - A BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACH 12. Fungal host ? pathogen interaction : attack and defense mechanisms ? Balwant Kumar Singh and R.S. Upadhyay SECTION - V: NITROGEN METABOLISM 13. Nitrogen metabolism in crop plants : I. Uptake of nitrate and its regulation ? Bandana Bose SECTION - VII: MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION 14. Recent advances in Legume ? rhizobium physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones ? Neera Garg and Vivekanand Sharma 15. Recent advances in physiology and genetics of nodulation and nitrogen fixation in cereals ? J.D.S. Panwar and V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu SECTION - VIII: PHYSIOLOGICAL STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE 16. Evaluation of high grain density related agronomic practices for the success of productive, sustainalbe and nutritious agriculture ? Kalyan Singh, S. Mori, P.C. Sudhakar, Raghavendra Singh and R.S. Chandel INDEX Printed Pages: 422. Seller Inventory # 66003

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book has been sub-divided into eight relevant sections consisting of over sixteen review articles as substantial chapters related to: Environmental Stresses [over seven chapters]; Molecular Physiology/Biology [two chapters]; Physiological and Molecualr implications of biofertilizer the phytotechnological advancements [one substantial chapter]; Iron Nutrition and Interactions in Plants [one substantial chapter]; Physiological Pathology A Biotechnological approach [one substantial chapter] Nitrogen Metabolism [one substantial chapter]; Molecular and Physiological Advances in Biological Nitrogen Fixation [two cahpters]; Physiological strategies for sustainable Agriculture [one substantial chapter]. Eminent scientists all over the globe have contributed these chapters, who have been actively engaged in an assortment of explicit areas of research with all-encompassing knowledge, time-honoured record of distinction and illustrious authorieis. They have put into producing up-to-date reviews, which are duly evaluated by the respective Consulting Editors of international stature from India, U.K., U.S.A., Argentina, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Portugal, Israel, and Morocco to reinforce the execution of the noble objectives, tremendously indispensable in the new millennium. Contents: SECTION - I: ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS 1. Phytosynthetic responses of C3 plants to drought â" J. flesax and H. Medrano 2. Influence of high temperature on the photosynthetic apparatus â" Katya Georgieva and Enrico Brugnoli 3. Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk â" Javier F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle and Nestor Carrillo 4. Clutathione and oxidative stresses in plants â" Sheela Agarwal 5. Chemical protection of plants against ozone : Role of ethylenediurea (EDU) â" S.B. Agarwal 6. Variable response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism â" Neera Garg and Jasleen Chawla 7. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation response to abiotic factors â" V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Panwar and S.P. Saikha SECTION - II: MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY/BIOLOGY 8. Ca2+ Signalling systems in plants â" The cell as the minimum unity for complexity â" Ruti Malho and Luisa Camacho 9. Molecular markers and tagging of gens in crop plants â" Sujay Rakshit, Pervez, H. Zaidi and S.K. Mishra SECTION - III: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR IMPLICATIONS OF BIOFERTILIZER â" THE PHYCOTECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT 10. Phycotechnological advances with respect to Bio-N fertilization of rice â" A. Vaishampayan SECTION - IV: IRON NUTRITION AND INTERACTIONS IN PLANTS 11. Physiological and molecular advances advances in phytosiderophores â" A contrivance for iron nutrition in plants â" A. Hemantaranjan SECTION - V: PHYSIOLOGICAL PATHOLOGY - A BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACH 12. Fungal host â" pathogen interaction : attack and defense mechanisms â" Balwant Kumar Singh and R.S. Upadhyay SECTION - V: NITROGEN METABOLISM 13. Nitrogen metabolism in crop plants : I. Uptake of nitrate and its regulation â" Bandana Bose SECTION - VII: MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION 14. Recent advances in Legume â" rhizobium physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones â" Neera Garg and Vivekanand Sharma 15. Recent advances in physiology and genetics of nodulation and nitrogen fixation in cereals â" J.D.S. Panwar and V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu SECTION - VIII: PHYSIOLOGICAL STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE 16. Evaluation of high grain density related agronomic practices for the success of productive, sustainalbe and nutritious agriculture â" Kalyan Singh, S. Mori, P.C. Sudhakar, Raghavendra Singh and R.S. Chandel INDEX Printed Pages: 422. Seller Inventory # 66003

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Micro algal diazotrophs and their mutants in natural and artificial symbioses/A. Vaishampayan R.P. Singh R.K. Singh H.K. Jaiswal J.P. Shahi T. Dey R.P.N. Mishra S. Sharma H.K. Sharma and A.B. Prasad. 2. Bioprospecting of marine algae/J. Rath and S.P. Adhikary. 3. Fueling the future by microalgae as a source of renewable energy/C. Dayananda R. Sarada and G.A. Ravishankar. 4. Factors influencing algicide production by microcystis sp and its effect on selected cyanobacteria/P. Jaiswal R. Prasanna and P.K. Singh. 5. Seaweeds as a human diet an emerging trend in the new millennium/P.V. Subba Rao Vaibhav A. Mantri K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar. 6. Potential biotechnological applications of cyanobacteria/G. Abraham. 7. Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis a potential tool for rapid measurement of photosynthesis/Jagar Narayan Maurya. 8. Botryococcus a hydrocarbon producing microalga/Yashveer Singh. 9. Food feed and nutraceutical applications of algae/Vishwanath Prasad and R.K. Gupta. 10. Nitrogen fixing cyanobacteria and their potential applications/K.K. Choudhary S.S. Sing and A.K. Mishra. 11. Cyanobacterial hydrogen metabolism with special reference to transcriptional regulation of hydrogenases/D. Vyas and R.K. Gupta. 12. Algae and cyanobacteria as the living resources for sustainable environmental management/Chandra Bhushan Singh. 13. Cyanobacterial remediation of heavy metal pollution/M.R. Suseela and Kiran Toppo. 14. Heavy metal toxicity to rice field cyanobacteria/Mihir Kumar Das. 15.Cyanobacterial toxins risks and impacts on human health/B.V. Singh and Shalini Singh. 16. Algae and disease prevention/U.K. Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib. 17. Molecular approaches to cyanobacteria/S. Singh B.V. Singh and D.W. Dhar. 18. Organic farming and environmental biodiversity/Y.V. Singh. 19. Cyanobacteria as a source of pharmaceutical compounds/V.D. Pandey R.K. Gupta and S.K. Singh. 20. Cellular water in desiccation tolerant cyanobacteria/B.S. Tiwari and S.N. Tripathi. 21. Nutraceutical pharmaceutical and bioactive potential of cyanobacteria/N.K. Rathore R. Raghuvanshi and S. Singh. Author index. Subject index. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on applied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up to date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology algal biofertilizers toxicology bioremediation bioenergy biotechnology and molecular biology. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasise on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students teachers scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 64327

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P.C. Jain,M.C. Bhargava

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About this Item: new, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in Indian on different entomological aspects. the book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pests management , advanced genetic and biotechnological researches, new pests management technologies on different crops, pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers, students, researchers and extension workers engaged in pests management strategies Key features: Scientists and researchers from IARI, IIVR, PAU, NBPGR, CRRI and various RRS`s of IARI, NBPGR and ICAR research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions have contributed their research papers Articles on history, sampling, surveillance and forecasting of pests, emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management Ecological, biotechnological, genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in PIM have been covered in the book Topics like pests management in cereals, rice, cotton, seed spices, fruits and vegetables crops, potato, rapeseed and mustard, stored grain pests and soil, adds to the importance and utility of the book The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management Contents Foreword - Prof. S.L. Mehta Foreword - Dr. S.N. Puri Preface Chapter 1. History of Integrated Pest Management by R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh Chapter 2. Sampling, Surveillance and Forecasting of Pests by R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav Chapter 3. Emerging Pest Problems in India and Critical Issues in Their Management by Paras Nath Chapter 4. Role of Insect Resistant Varieties in Integrated Pest Management by A K Chakravarthy & D Rajagopal Chapter 5. Ecological Perspective of Pest Management by Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma Chapter 6. Recent Advancements in Pest Management: Biotechnology the Need of Hour by O.P. Dubey & O.P. Sharma Chapter 7. Genetic Engineering of Plants for Insect Resistance by M.C. Bhargava; R.K. Choudhary and P.C.Jain Chapter 8. Pesticides: Contamination and Estimation of Residues by V.S. Kavadia Chapter 9. Role of Parasitoids and Predators in Integrated Pest Management by A.Verghese & D.K.Nagaraju Chapter 10. Semiochemicals: As Potential Tools in Pest Management by Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai Chapter 11. Utility of Light Trap in Integrated Pest Management by S.M. Vaishampayan Chapter 12. Insecticide Resistance in IPM by Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose Chapter 13. Pest Management in Cereals by Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma Chapter 14. Integrated Pest Management in Rice by H. P. Misra and B. C.Jena Chapter 15. Integrated Pest Management in Cotton by S.A. Nimbalkar Chapter 16. Integrated Pest Management in Seed Spices by P.C. Jain, M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary Chapter 17. Recent Advances in Management of Insect Pests of Fruit Crops by D. R. Sharma and R.C. Batra Chapter 18. Integrated Pest Management in Vegetable Crops by T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy Chapter 19. Integrated Pest Management in Potato by R.S. Chandel, K.R. Dhiman, V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar Chapter 20. Integrated Insect Pest Management in Rapeseed and Mustard by G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar Chapter 21. Advances In Management of Stored Grain Pests by M.C. Bhargava, R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain Chapter 22. Role of Predatory Mites in IPM of Phytophagus Mites by Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal Chapter 23. Integrated Pest Management of Phytophagous Mites by M.S. Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar Chapter 24. Biodiversity of Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) of The Indian Sub-continent by C.A.Viraktamath Chapter 25. Role of Honey Bees in Crop Pollination by H.D. Kaushik, R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan Chapter 26 Printed Pages: 550. Seller Inventory # 65510

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About this Item: new, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in Indian on different entomological aspects. the book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pests management , advanced genetic and biotechnological researches, new pests management technologies on different crops, pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers, students, researchers and extension workers engaged in pests management strategies Key features: Scientists and researchers from IARI, IIVR, PAU, NBPGR, CRRI and various RRS`s of IARI, NBPGR and ICAR research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions have contributed their research papers Articles on history, sampling, surveillance and forecasting of pests, emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management Ecological, biotechnological, genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in PIM have been covered in the book Topics like pests management in cereals, rice, cotton, seed spices, fruits and vegetables crops, potato, rapeseed and mustard, stored grain pests and soil, adds to the importance and utility of the book The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management Contents Foreword - Prof. S.L. Mehta Foreword - Dr. S.N. Puri Preface Chapter 1. History of Integrated Pest Management by R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh Chapter 2. Sampling, Surveillance and Forecasting of Pests by R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav Chapter 3. Emerging Pest Problems in India and Critical Issues in Their Management by Paras Nath Chapter 4. Role of Insect Resistant Varieties in Integrated Pest Management by A K Chakravarthy & D Rajagopal Chapter 5. Ecological Perspective of Pest Management by Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma Chapter 6. Recent Advancements in Pest Management: Biotechnology the Need of Hour by O.P. Dubey & O.P. Sharma Chapter 7. Genetic Engineering of Plants for Insect Resistance by M.C. Bhargava; R.K. Choudhary and P.C.Jain Chapter 8. Pesticides: Contamination and Estimation of Residues by V.S. Kavadia Chapter 9. Role of Parasitoids and Predators in Integrated Pest Management by A.Verghese & D.K.Nagaraju Chapter 10. Semiochemicals: As Potential Tools in Pest Management by Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai Chapter 11. Utility of Light Trap in Integrated Pest Management by S.M. Vaishampayan Chapter 12. Insecticide Resistance in IPM by Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose Chapter 13. Pest Management in Cereals by Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma Chapter 14. Integrated Pest Management in Rice by H. P. Misra and B. C.Jena Chapter 15. Integrated Pest Management in Cotton by S.A. Nimbalkar Chapter 16. Integrated Pest Management in Seed Spices by P.C. Jain, M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary Chapter 17. Recent Advances in Management of Insect Pests of Fruit Crops by D. R. Sharma and R.C. Batra Chapter 18. Integrated Pest Management in Vegetable Crops by T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy Chapter 19. Integrated Pest Management in Potato by R.S. Chandel, K.R. Dhiman, V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar Chapter 20. Integrated Insect Pest Management in Rapeseed and Mustard by G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar Chapter 21. Advances In Management of Stored Grain Pests by M.C. Bhargava, R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain Chapter 22. Role of Predatory Mites in IPM of Phytophagus Mites by Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal Chapter 23. Integrated Pest Management of Phytophagous Mites by M.S. Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar Chapter 24. Biodiversity of Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) of The Indian Sub-continent by C.A.Viraktamath Chapter 25. Role of Honey Bees in Crop Pollination by H.D. Kaushik, R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan Chapter 26 Printed Pages: 550. Seller Inventory # 65510

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Seller Inventory # 57799

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A. Hemantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book has been sub-divided into eight relevant sections consisting of over sixteen review articles as substantial chapters related to: Environmental Stresses [over seven chapters]; Molecular Physiology/Biology [two chapters]; Physiological and Molecualr implications of biofertilizer the phytotechnological advancements [one substantial chapter]; Iron Nutrition and Interactions in Plants [one substantial chapter]; Physiological Pathology A Biotechnological approach [one substantial chapter] Nitrogen Metabolism [one substantial chapter]; Molecular and Physiological Advances in Biological Nitrogen Fixation [two cahpters]; Physiological strategies for sustainable Agriculture [one substantial chapter]. Eminent scientists all over the globe have contributed these chapters, who have been actively engaged in an assortment of explicit areas of research with all-encompassing knowledge, time-honoured record of distinction and illustrious authorieis. They have put into producing up-to-date reviews, which are duly evaluated by the respective Consulting Editors of international stature from India, U.K., U.S.A., Argentina, Australia, Germany, Spain, France, Portugal, Israel, and Morocco to reinforce the execution of the noble objectives, tremendously indispensable in the new millennium. Contents: SECTION - I: ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS 1. Phytosynthetic responses of C3 plants to drought â" J. flesax and H. Medrano 2. Influence of high temperature on the photosynthetic apparatus â" Katya Georgieva and Enrico Brugnoli 3. Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk â" Javier F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle and Nestor Carrillo 4. Clutathione and oxidative stresses in plants â" Sheela Agarwal 5. Chemical protection of plants against ozone : Role of ethylenediurea (EDU) â" S.B. Agarwal 6. Variable response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism â" Neera Garg and Jasleen Chawla 7. Symbiotic nitrogen fixation response to abiotic factors â" V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Panwar and S.P. Saikha SECTION - II: MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY/BIOLOGY 8. Ca2+ Signalling systems in plants â" The cell as the minimum unity for complexity â" Ruti Malho and Luisa Camacho 9. Molecular markers and tagging of gens in crop plants â" Sujay Rakshit, Pervez, H. Zaidi and S.K. Mishra SECTION - III: PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR IMPLICATIONS OF BIOFERTILIZER â" THE PHYCOTECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT 10. Phycotechnological advances with respect to Bio-N fertilization of rice â" A. Vaishampayan SECTION - IV: IRON NUTRITION AND INTERACTIONS IN PLANTS 11. Physiological and molecular advances advances in phytosiderophores â" A contrivance for iron nutrition in plants â" A. Hemantaranjan SECTION - V: PHYSIOLOGICAL PATHOLOGY - A BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACH 12. Fungal host â" pathogen interaction : attack and defense mechanisms â" Balwant Kumar Singh and R.S. Upadhyay SECTION - V: NITROGEN METABOLISM 13. Nitrogen metabolism in crop plants : I. Uptake of nitrate and its regulation â" Bandana Bose SECTION - VII: MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION 14. Recent advances in Legume â" rhizobium physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones â" Neera Garg and Vivekanand Sharma 15. Recent advances in physiology and genetics of nodulation and nitrogen fixation in cereals â" J.D.S. Panwar and V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu SECTION - VIII: PHYSIOLOGICAL STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE 16. Evaluation of high grain density related agronomic practices for the success of productive, sustainalbe and nutritious agriculture â" Kalyan Singh, S. Mori, P.C. Sudhakar, Raghavendra Singh and R.S. Chandel INDEX Printed Pages: 422. Seller Inventory # 66003

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A. Hemantaranjan (Ed.)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Researches have made tremendous progress in the area of Plant Physiology, greatly increasing our understanding of living processes, necessary for biotechnological research. Different volumes of the treatise ``Advances in Plant Physiology`` covers the entire spectrum of Plant Physiology including the Plant Molecular Biology in order to encourage meaningful research in the coming twenty-first century. The true endeavor in this direction is the result of comprehensive, authoritative and timely publication of this valuable treatise, provides the reader with the most recent information, views and references focused on individual topics through a rich collection of reviews contributed by pioneer workers and of those actively engaged in the studies of various specific areas in different parts of the world with extensive experience, established record of eminence and noted authorities. In fact, this treatise is a treasure for interdisciplinary exchange of information and the approach to topic ranges from theoretical to applied molecular to organismic and single to multivariable systems. Apart from fulfilling the need of this treatise for research teams and scientists actively working in the areas of plant physiology biochemistry and plant molecular biology in universities institutes and research laboratories throughout the world, it would be extremely a useful book and a voluminous reference material for acquiring advanced knowledge by students in response to innovative courses in Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry, Agronomy, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Genetic Engineering, Microbiology, Plant Biotechnology and Botany. Over eighteen (18) chapters of Vol. 1 extensively elucidate the needful topics of Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Plant Cell and Tissue Culture, Plant Metabolism , certain rare Techniques in Plant Physiology, Herbicides Physiology, Plant Growth Regulators, Physiology of Rooting, Tree Physiology, Stress Physiology (in part) and Growth and Development Hopefully, Vol. II will comprise other important topics.Photosynthetic responses of C3 Plants to drought ; Jaume Flexas Chemical Protection of Plants against Ozone : Role of Ethylenediurea (EDU); S.B. Agrawal Ca2+ Signalling systems in Plants. The Cell as the Minimum Unity for Complexity ; Rui Malho Influence of High Temperature on The Photosynthetic Apparatus; Katya Gerogieva Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk; Javier, F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle, Nestor Camilo Gluathione and oxidative stresses in plants ; Sheela Agarwal Fungal Host- Pathogen Interaction: Attack and Defense Mechanisms; Balwant Kumar Singh & R.S. Upadhyay Recent Advances in Legume Rhizobium Physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones; Neera Garg & Vivekanand Sharma Recent Advances in Physiology and Genetics of Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Cereals; J.D.S. Panwar & V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Response to Abiotic Factors; V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Pawar & S.P. Saikia Evaluation of High Grain Density related agronomic practices for the success of productive sustainable and nutritious agriculture; Kalayan Singh, S. More & P.C. Sudhakar Phytotechnological Advances with Respect to Bio-N Fertilization of Rice; A. Vaishampayan Nitrogen Metabolism in crop plants; 1. Uptake of Nitrate and its regulation; Bandana Bose Molecular markers and tagging of genes in crops plants ; Sujay Rakshit, Parvez H. Zaidi & S.K. Mishra Varible response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism; Neera Garg & Jasleen Chawla Printed Pages: 426. Seller Inventory # 63266

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Researches have made tremendous progress in the area of Plant Physiology, greatly increasing our understanding of living processes, necessary for biotechnological research. Different volumes of the treatise ``Advances in Plant Physiology`` covers the entire spectrum of Plant Physiology including the Plant Molecular Biology in order to encourage meaningful research in the coming twenty-first century. The true endeavor in this direction is the result of comprehensive, authoritative and timely publication of this valuable treatise, provides the reader with the most recent information, views and references focused on individual topics through a rich collection of reviews contributed by pioneer workers and of those actively engaged in the studies of various specific areas in different parts of the world with extensive experience, established record of eminence and noted authorities. In fact, this treatise is a treasure for interdisciplinary exchange of information and the approach to topic ranges from theoretical to applied molecular to organismic and single to multivariable systems. Apart from fulfilling the need of this treatise for research teams and scientists actively working in the areas of plant physiology biochemistry and plant molecular biology in universities institutes and research laboratories throughout the world, it would be extremely a useful book and a voluminous reference material for acquiring advanced knowledge by students in response to innovative courses in Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry, Agronomy, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Genetic Engineering, Microbiology, Plant Biotechnology and Botany. Over eighteen (18) chapters of Vol. 1 extensively elucidate the needful topics of Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Plant Cell and Tissue Culture, Plant Metabolism , certain rare Techniques in Plant Physiology, Herbicides Physiology, Plant Growth Regulators, Physiology of Rooting, Tree Physiology, Stress Physiology (in part) and Growth and Development Hopefully, Vol. II will comprise other important topics.Photosynthetic responses of C3 Plants to drought ; Jaume Flexas Chemical Protection of Plants against Ozone : Role of Ethylenediurea (EDU); S.B. Agrawal Ca2+ Signalling systems in Plants. The Cell as the Minimum Unity for Complexity ; Rui Malho Influence of High Temperature on The Photosynthetic Apparatus; Katya Gerogieva Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk; Javier, F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle, Nestor Camilo Gluathione and oxidative stresses in plants ; Sheela Agarwal Fungal Host- Pathogen Interaction: Attack and Defense Mechanisms; Balwant Kumar Singh & R.S. Upadhyay Recent Advances in Legume Rhizobium Physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones; Neera Garg & Vivekanand Sharma Recent Advances in Physiology and Genetics of Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Cereals; J.D.S. Panwar & V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Response to Abiotic Factors; V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Pawar & S.P. Saikia Evaluation of High Grain Density related agronomic practices for the success of productive sustainable and nutritious agriculture; Kalayan Singh, S. More & P.C. Sudhakar Phytotechnological Advances with Respect to Bio-N Fertilization of Rice; A. Vaishampayan Nitrogen Metabolism in crop plants; 1. Uptake of Nitrate and its regulation; Bandana Bose Molecular markers and tagging of genes in crops plants ; Sujay Rakshit, Parvez H. Zaidi & S.K. Mishra Varible response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism; Neera Garg & Jasleen Chawla Printed Pages: 426. Seller Inventory # 63266

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Biofertilizers boon for agriculture/Seema Choudhary and P.C. Trivedi. 2. Biofertilizers and soil conditioner for organic farming/A.B. Chaudhari N.V. Phirke M.G. Patil S.K. Talegaonkar and R.M. Kothari. 3. Biofertilizers types and their quality production/Sampat Nehra and P.C. Trivedi. 4. Genetically modified micro algal biofertilizers in wet agriculture/A. Vaishampayan. 5. Plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) a review/Vimal Mohan Vinod Kumar Narolia Sweta Chhangani Utsav Kushwaha Meenakshi Sharma and V.M. Rao. 6. Azotobacter in agriculture as biofertilizer/Utpal Jyoti Sarma. 7. Potential uses of bacterial and fungal biofertilizers/B.V. Singh Shalini Singh and Y.V. Singh. 8. Organic farming for sustainable crop production and produce quality/Y.V. Singh B.V. Singh and Shalini Singh. 9. Organic farming for sustainable sericulture prospects and approaches/V.P. Gupta. 10. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal biotechnology approaches challenges and prospects/Manzoor A. Shah and Zafar Reshi. 11. Potential of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi for sustainable plant production in Arid Zone/A.V. Rao and J.C. Tarafdar. 12. Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhiza a potential tool in agriculture/T. Vijaya. 13. The dynamic relationship between Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and other soil microorganisms in the Rhizosphere and its influence on crop plants/Kochuthresiamma Joseph and C. Kuruvilla Jacob. 14. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Association a deterrent to Plant Root Diseases/K.S. Meenakumari P. Sivaprasad G. Heera and Abraham Reeba. 15. Exploiting Arbuscular Mycorrhizae (AM) for sustainable agriculture/K.V.B.R. Tilak and B. Bhadraiah. Index. Biofertilizers are preparations containing living microorganisms which help in plant growth and increased productivity through their biological activities. Soil fertility can be restored effectively through adopting the concept of Integrated Soil Fertility Management (I.S.F.M.) encompassing a strategy for nutrient management based on natural resource conservation biological nitrogen fixation and increased efficiency of the inputs. The present book Biofertilizers covers the basic issues of Biofertilizers elucidating the recent developments in various biofertilizers and suggesting the ways and means for deriving the maximum benefits from these potential biological systems. This book will be useful to agriculture scientist farmers botanists researchers teachers and students of science. 374 pp. Seller Inventory # 67626

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A Hamantaranjan

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About this Item: Scientific Pub, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Preface. I. General overview on the development of trace element research/Istvan Pais 1. Introduction. 2. Criteria of essentiality and beneficiality. 3. Criteria of toxicity. 4. The importance of trace elements in environment. 5. Interrelationships among different elements. 6. The concept of the interdisciplinary trace element research. References. II. The importance of hardly known trace elements/Istvan Pais 1. Introduction. 2. The physiological importance of titanium. 3. Beneficial effects of gallium. 4. Beneficial effects of zirconium. 5. Summary. References. III. Some insights in the determination of selenium in biological and environmental samples by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry/A. Javier Aller 1. Introduction. 2. Determination of selenium by GFAAS. 3. Conclusions. References. IV. Overview of the determination of beryllium in environmental and biological samples by atomic absorption and atomic emission spectrometries/A.J. Aller 1. Introduction. 2. Handling of samples. 3. Calibration methods. 4. Appraisal of the atomic methods for the determination of beryllium. 5. Analytical figures of merit. 6. Conclusions. References. V. Mineral requirements of the free living and symbiotic cyanobacteria with special reference to micronutrition for raising laboratory cultures/A. Vaishampayan 1. Introduction. 2. The nutrient media. 3. Cyanobacteria as a phototrophic component in artificial associations with plant cells. 4. Conclusions and future prospects. References. VI. Legume/rhizobial interactions within the legume root nodule role of the plastid in metabolic reactions involving iron nutrition/James A. Guikema William R. Odum and Peter P. Wong 1. Introduction. 2. Iron acquisition and storage. 3. Leghemoglobin biosynthesis. 4. Leghemoglobin oxidation and reduction. 5. Summary. References. VII. Physiological and biochemical significance of zinc nutrition in plants/A. Hemantaranjan 1. Introduction. 2. Zinc uptake mechanism and distribution in plants. 3. Zinc and plant metabolism. 4. Interactions with other nutrients. 5. Conclusions. References. VIII. Micronutrients biochemical and physiological activities/Indravadan Chhelshankar Dave 1. Introduction. 2. Bioinorganic aspects of micronutrients a brief survey. 3. Recent advancements in biochemical physiology of boron copper iron manganese and zinc. 4. Concluding remarks. References. IX. Physiology and biochemistry of micronutrient elements/S.C. Agarwala and Chitralekha Chatterjee 1. Introduction. 2. Iron. 3. Manganese. 4. Copper. 5. Zinc. 6. Molybdenum. 7. Boron. 8. Chlorine. 9. Cobalt. 10. Nickel. 11. Sodium. 12. Iodine. 13. Aluminum. 14. Silicon. 15. Vanadium. 16. Cadmium. References. X. Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae and micronutrient nutrition/Susan B. Persad Chinnery and Louis E. Chinnery 1. Introduction. 2. Boron. 3. Zinc. 4. Copper. 5. Manganese. 6. Molybdenum. 7. Conclusions. References. XI. Micronutrient stress and genetic variability/Indravadan Chhelshankar Dave 1. Introduction. 2. Nutrient stress in crops and other plants. 3. Stress and genetic variability. 4. Current status of micronutrient stress and genetic variations in plants. 5. Conclusions. References. XII. Techniques in micronutrient research/S.C. Agarwala and Chitralekha Chatterjee 1. Introduction. 2. Culture methods. 3. (i). Atomic absorption spectrophotometry. 3. (ii). Inductively coupled plasma analyser. 4. Latent deficiency of micronutrients. 5. Physiological and biochemical methods for identifying of micronutrient deficiency in fields. 6. Spectrophotometry. 7. Microscopy. 8. Isolation and characterization of cellular macro molecules. 9. Radioactive isotopes. 10. Enzyme studies. References. Index. From the Preface The treatise Advancement in Micronutrient Research is a summary of important new findings on trace elements nutrition and interactions and of basic and applied needs in microelement nutrition. It also provides a useful perspective of important progress and fruitful research op. Seller Inventory # 73257

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J.V. Vaishampayan

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P.C. Jain,M.C. Bhargava

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About this Item: new, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in Indian on different entomological aspects. the book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pests management , advanced genetic and biotechnological researches, new pests management technologies on different crops, pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers, students, researchers and extension workers engaged in pests management strategies Key features: Scientists and researchers from IARI, IIVR, PAU, NBPGR, CRRI and various RRS`s of IARI, NBPGR and ICAR research Complex for Eastern and NEH Regions have contributed their research papers Articles on history, sampling, surveillance and forecasting of pests, emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management Ecological, biotechnological, genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in PIM have been covered in the book Topics like pests management in cereals, rice, cotton, seed spices, fruits and vegetables crops, potato, rapeseed and mustard, stored grain pests and soil, adds to the importance and utility of the book The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management Contents Foreword - Prof. S.L. Mehta Foreword - Dr. S.N. Puri Preface Chapter 1. History of Integrated Pest Management by R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh Chapter 2. Sampling, Surveillance and Forecasting of Pests by R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav Chapter 3. Emerging Pest Problems in India and Critical Issues in Their Management by Paras Nath Chapter 4. Role of Insect Resistant Varieties in Integrated Pest Management by A K Chakravarthy & D Rajagopal Chapter 5. Ecological Perspective of Pest Management by Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma Chapter 6. Recent Advancements in Pest Management: Biotechnology the Need of Hour by O.P. Dubey & O.P. Sharma Chapter 7. Genetic Engineering of Plants for Insect Resistance by M.C. Bhargava; R.K. Choudhary and P.C.Jain Chapter 8. Pesticides: Contamination and Estimation of Residues by V.S. Kavadia Chapter 9. Role of Parasitoids and Predators in Integrated Pest Management by A.Verghese & D.K.Nagaraju Chapter 10. Semiochemicals: As Potential Tools in Pest Management by Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai Chapter 11. Utility of Light Trap in Integrated Pest Management by S.M. Vaishampayan Chapter 12. Insecticide Resistance in IPM by Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose Chapter 13. Pest Management in Cereals by Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma Chapter 14. Integrated Pest Management in Rice by H. P. Misra and B. C.Jena Chapter 15. Integrated Pest Management in Cotton by S.A. Nimbalkar Chapter 16. Integrated Pest Management in Seed Spices by P.C. Jain, M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary Chapter 17. Recent Advances in Management of Insect Pests of Fruit Crops by D. R. Sharma and R.C. Batra Chapter 18. Integrated Pest Management in Vegetable Crops by T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy Chapter 19. Integrated Pest Management in Potato by R.S. Chandel, K.R. Dhiman, V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar Chapter 20. Integrated Insect Pest Management in Rapeseed and Mustard by G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar Chapter 21. Advances In Management of Stored Grain Pests by M.C. Bhargava, R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain Chapter 22. Role of Predatory Mites in IPM of Phytophagus Mites by Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal Chapter 23. Integrated Pest Management of Phytophagous Mites by M.S. Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar Chapter 24. Biodiversity of Leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) of The Indian Sub-continent by C.A.Viraktamath Chapter 25. Role of Honey Bees in Crop Pollination by H.D. Kaushik, R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan Chapter 26 Printed Pages: 550. Seller Inventory # 65510

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A Hemantaranjan

Published by Scientific (2002)

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About this Item: Scientific, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. I. Environmental stress: 1. Photosynthetic responses of C3 plants to drought/J. Flexas and H. Medrano. 2. Influence of high temperature on the photosynthetic apparatus/Katya Georgieva and Enrico Brugnoli. 3. Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk/Javier F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle and Nestor Carrillo. 4. Glutathione and oxidative stresses in plants/Sheela Agarwal. 5. Chemical protection of plants against ozone: role of ethylenediurea (EDU)/S.B. Agrawal. 6. Variable response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism/Neera Garg and Jasleen Chawla. 7. Symbiotic Nitrogen fixation response to abiotic factors/V.S.G.R.Naidu, J.D.S. Panwar and S.P. Saikia. II. Molecular Physiology/Biology: 8. Ca2+ Signalling systems in plants-The cell as the minimum unity for complexity/Rui Malho and Luisa Camacho. 9. Molecular markers and tagging of genes in crop plants/Sujay Rakshit, Pervez, H. Zaidi and S.K. Mishra. III. Physiological and molecular implications of biofertilizer-- The phycotechnological advancement: 10. Phycotechnological advances with respect to bio-N fertilization of rice/A. Vaishampayan. IV. Iron Nutrition and interactions in plants: 11. Physiological and molecular advances in phytosiderophores-a contrivance for iron nutrition in plants/A. Hemantaranjan. V. Physiological pathology-a biotechnological approach: 12. Fungal host-pathogen interaction: attack and defense mechanisms/Balwant Kumar Singh and R.S. Upadhyay. VI. Nitrogen metabolism: 13. Nitrogen 426 pp. Seller Inventory # 43239

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A K Yadav; S Raychaudhuri and N C Talukdar

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ISBN 10: 8188658545 ISBN 13: 9788188658541

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About this Item: Shree, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Biofertilizers as agro inputs past present and future perspectives/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhuri. 2. Bacterial taxonomy and phylogeny with special reference to diazotrophs/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhuri. 3. Use of biotechnology in studying mechanisms of interactions between Rhizobium and legume and disease causing bacteria and plant/N.C. Talukdar. 4. Scope for endophytic diazotrophs as biofertilizers in agriculture/R. Muthukumarasamy and G. Revathi. 5. Biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology/K. Kumar and S. Kannaiyan. 6. Azolla biofertilizer technology in rice opportunities and challenges/D.P. Singh. 7. Potential use of Azolla biofertilizer in sustainable rice farming/K. Kumar and S. Kannaiyan. 8. Development of cyanobacterial biofertilizers in India/B.D. Kaushik. 9. A protocol for commercial production of algal biofertilizer/S.K. Goyal. 10. Biofertilizers using diazotrophic cyanobacteria in rice fields/Siba P. Adhikary. 11. Rhizobium and VA mycorrhizal biofertilizers in sustainable production/Kiran P. Raverkar. 12. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) a wonder group of soil bacteria for augmenting crop production/B.S. Dileep Kumar and A.K. Mishra. 13. Ecological monitoring of phosphobacteria tagged with Tn5 lacZ in soybean rhizosphere/Shalini Mourya and K.S. Jauhri. 14. Soil implant inoculants for increased crop production/T. Chakradhar and K.S. Jauhri. 15. Low grade rockphosphate as a substrate for development of soil implant inoculants of phosphobacteria/G. Viveganandan and K.S. Jauhri. 16. Efficiency of Rhizobium with liming in furrows in groundnut/ Mausumi Raychaudhuri Kailash Kumar S. Raychaudhuri and Sanjeev Kumar. 17. Rhizobium application in groundnut in the farmers field/S.V. Ngachan A.K. Yadav S. Raychaudhuri K. Lokeshwar Singh L. Ingobi Singh Th. Raghumani Singh and B.K. Sharma. 18. Nitrogen economy in groundnut through Rhizobium in acid hill soils of Manipur/K.P. Singh Mausumi Raychaudhuri and G.C. Munda. 19. Yield response of groundnut to dual inoculation and liming in an acid hill ultisol of Manipur/Mausumi Raychaudhuri S.V. Ngachan S. Raychaudhuri and A.L. Singh. 20. Seasonal variation in response of pea (Pisum sativum) and green gram (Vigna radiata) to Rhizobium inoculation in Assam/J. Barik and N.C. Talukdar. 21. Screening of native Rhizobium strains for sustainable crop production in pulse rice cropping system/P. Azad. 22. Response of Okra to Azotobacter and Azospirillum inoculation grown in acid soil amended with lime and FYM/S.K. Pattanayak R.K. Mohanty and A.K. Sethi. 23. Response of wetland rice to mixed inoculum of diazotrophs in Terai and hill zones of West Bengal/A. Choudhury and M.C. Kabi. 24. Use of Azospirillum as an effective biofertilizer for sustainable cereal production/R.P. Singh G.R. Lawanaya A.L. Rao A.K. Gupta and A. Vaishampayan. 25. Occurrence and distribution of Azotobacter in diverse habitats of Assam/U.J. Sarma and R.N. Bhattacharjee. 26. Effect of Azospirillum and PSB on rice and their detection in rice rhizosphere soil/M.R. Khan N.C. Talukdar and D. Thakuria. 27. Potentiality of microbes as biofertilizers during paddy cultivation in Cachar district/S. Bhattacharjee M. Sinha and G.D. Sharma. 28. Efficacy of biofertilizers with graded levels of nitrogen on fibre production by jute/J. Chaudhury P.K. Ray and S. Pathak. 29. Improvement of Quercus grifithii Miq. through biofertilizers for oak tasar culture at high altitudes/P.K. Srivastav N. Ibohal Singh Th. Sanajaoba Singh and K. Thangavelu. 30. Diversity of fluorescent pseudomonades in a tea rhizosphere soil of Assam/K.I. Ansari D. Thakuria and N.C. Talukdar. 31. Increase in rice production at low N by the use of genetically improved Azolla Anabaena symbiotic N2 fixing biofertilizer/A. Vaishampayan A.K. Gupta R.P. Singh and A.L. Rao. 32. Prospects of using Azolla as green manure in mid hills of Meghalaya/U.K. Hazarika N.P. Singh D.C. Saxena A.S. Panwar and G.C. Munda. 33. Effect of. Seller Inventory # 53751

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Edited by Rajeshwar P. Sinha, Naveen K. Sharma and Ashwani K. Rai

Published by I.K. International (2011)

ISBN 10: 9381141045 ISBN 13: 9789381141045

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About this Item: I.K. International, 2011. Contents Preface I Reviews 1 Abiotic stress induced metabolic alterations in crop plants strategies for improving stress tolerance 2 Physiological implications of salt stress and tolerance mechanismsA Hemantaranjan 3 Phosphate transporters in symbiotic arbuscular endomycorrhizal association a bioinformatics approachK Shah R Raghuvanshi and I Singh 4 Investigation of gravitaxis and phototaxis in Euglena gracillisDP Hader J Faddoul M Lebert P Richter M Schuster R Richter SM Strauch and V Daiker 5 Symbiotic and asymbiotic N2 fixationS Kumari and RP Sinha 6 Cyanobacterial biotechnology nutritional interactions in free-living and symbiotic formsA Vaishampayan 7 Development of new generation cephalosporinsK Gaurav K Kundu S Karmakar and S Kundu 8 Cyanotoxins an emerging environmental concernRakhi Bajpai Naveen K Sharma and Ashwani K Rai 9 UV-absorbing compounds in algaeKL Singh and RP Singh 10 Cyanobacteria ? a potent source of pharmaceuticalsRK Singh and TM Mohapatra 11 Cryopreservation-a novel approach for cyanobacterial germplasm conservationKK Choudhary 12 Methods for DNA transfer in filamentous cyanobacteria and strategy to overcome restriction by host-encoded endonucleasesSP Singh RP Sinha and DP Hader 13 Genotoxin induced DNA damage detection recovery and influence on human healthRP Rastogi and RP Sinha 14 HIV present status and future perspectivesRicha SC Singh and RP Sinha 15 Gene expression and regulationA Kumar 17 Terrestrial vegetation community features and diversity attributesRP Shukla II Original contributions 18 Action spectrum of mycosporine like Amino Acid MAA introduction in prorocentrum micans under solar radiationPeter R Richter Walter Helbling Virginia Villafane and Donat P Hader 19 Establishment of callus and cell suspension cultures of withania somnifera L DunalDeepa Srivastava and K Shukla 20 Efecto f yeast extract in cell suspension culture of withania somnifera L DunalDeepa Srivastava and K Shukla 21 Monetary value of lake Ramgarh Gorakhpur UP India a preliminary investigationAnil K Dwivedi Hadi Hasan and Shashi 22 Phytogeographical analysis of Dews District Malwa Region MP IndiaSudip Ray 23 Effect of mine spoils on growth biochemical composition and yield of chickpea Cicer arietinum LRK Rai MR Goyle and N Dwivedi III Special article 24 Searching Internet for scholarly informationJ Sarkar IndexAdvances in Life Sciences provides state of the art information and highlights the current developments in life sciences It encompasses topics on viruses to crop plants comprising seventeen reviews and six original articles For the benefit of graduate and postgraduate students and researchers a chapter on the use of internet for searching scientific literature is included Subjects covered include stress biology phytotaxis biological nitrogen fixation and its biotechnology community ecology microbial production of drugs cosmetics and other bioactive compounds long term storage of useful microbes methods to transfer genes into multicellular organisms and gene expression The book provides an insight in future perspectives in the particular field with extensive bibliographies at the end of each chapter The book will be highly useful and must read for students researchers and professionals in botany environmental sciences agriculture molecular biology and life sciences 506 pp. Seller Inventory # 98460

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A. Hemantaranjan (Ed.)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Researches have made tremendous progress in the area of Plant Physiology, greatly increasing our understanding of living processes, necessary for biotechnological research. Different volumes of the treatise ``Advances in Plant Physiology`` covers the entire spectrum of Plant Physiology including the Plant Molecular Biology in order to encourage meaningful research in the coming twenty-first century. The true endeavor in this direction is the result of comprehensive, authoritative and timely publication of this valuable treatise, provides the reader with the most recent information, views and references focused on individual topics through a rich collection of reviews contributed by pioneer workers and of those actively engaged in the studies of various specific areas in different parts of the world with extensive experience, established record of eminence and noted authorities. In fact, this treatise is a treasure for interdisciplinary exchange of information and the approach to topic ranges from theoretical to applied molecular to organismic and single to multivariable systems. Apart from fulfilling the need of this treatise for research teams and scientists actively working in the areas of plant physiology biochemistry and plant molecular biology in universities institutes and research laboratories throughout the world, it would be extremely a useful book and a voluminous reference material for acquiring advanced knowledge by students in response to innovative courses in Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry, Agronomy, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Genetic Engineering, Microbiology, Plant Biotechnology and Botany. Over eighteen (18) chapters of Vol. 1 extensively elucidate the needful topics of Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Plant Cell and Tissue Culture, Plant Metabolism , certain rare Techniques in Plant Physiology, Herbicides Physiology, Plant Growth Regulators, Physiology of Rooting, Tree Physiology, Stress Physiology (in part) and Growth and Development Hopefully, Vol. II will comprise other important topics.Photosynthetic responses of C3 Plants to drought ; Jaume Flexas Chemical Protection of Plants against Ozone : Role of Ethylenediurea (EDU); S.B. Agrawal Ca2+ Signalling systems in Plants. The Cell as the Minimum Unity for Complexity ; Rui Malho Influence of High Temperature on The Photosynthetic Apparatus; Katya Gerogieva Oxidative stress and damage in chloroplasts from dawn to dusk; Javier, F. Palatnik, Estela M. Valle, Nestor Camilo Gluathione and oxidative stresses in plants ; Sheela Agarwal Fungal Host- Pathogen Interaction: Attack and Defense Mechanisms; Balwant Kumar Singh & R.S. Upadhyay Recent Advances in Legume Rhizobium Physiology and their inter-relationship with phytohormones; Neera Garg & Vivekanand Sharma Recent Advances in Physiology and Genetics of Nodulation and Nitrogen Fixation in Cereals; J.D.S. Panwar & V.S. Gopal Rao Naidu Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation Response to Abiotic Factors; V.S.G.R. Naidu, J.D.S. Pawar & S.P. Saikia Evaluation of High Grain Density related agronomic practices for the success of productive sustainable and nutritious agriculture; Kalayan Singh, S. More & P.C. Sudhakar Phytotechnological Advances with Respect to Bio-N Fertilization of Rice; A. Vaishampayan Nitrogen Metabolism in crop plants; 1. Uptake of Nitrate and its regulation; Bandana Bose Molecular markers and tagging of genes in crops plants ; Sujay Rakshit, Parvez H. Zaidi & S.K. Mishra Varible response of legume species and their cultivars to salinity stress during various stages of growth and metabolism; Neera Garg & Jasleen Chawla Printed Pages: 426. Seller Inventory # 63266

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P C Jain and M C Bhargava

Published by New India (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189422324 ISBN 13: 9788189422325

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About this Item: New India, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword/S.L. Mehta. Forword/S.N. Puri. Preface. 1. History of integrated pest management/R.S. Jaglan and Ram Singh. 2. Sampling surveillance and forecasting of pests/R.K. Saini and P.R. Yadav. 3. Emerging pest problems in India and critical issues in their management/Paras Nath. 4. Role of insect resistant varieties in integrated pest management/A.K. Chakravarthy and D. Rajagopal. 5. Ecological perspective of pest management/Rakesh Gupta and Ajay Sharma. 6. Recent advancements in pest management biotechnology the need of hour/O.P. Dubey and O.P. Sharma. 7. Genetic engineering of plants for insect resistance/M.C. Bhargava R.K. Choudhary and P.C. Jain. 8. Pesticides contamination and estimation of residues/V.S. Kavadia. 9. Role of parasitoids and predators in integrated pest management/Abraham Verghese and D.K. Nagaraju. 10. Semiochemicals as potential tools in pest management/Ashok Kumar and N.K. Bajpai. 11. Utility of light trap in integrated pest management/S.M. Vaishampayan. 12. Insecticide resistance in IPM/Chitra Srivastava and Berin Pathrose. 13. Pest management in cereals/Prem Kishore and R.K. Sharma. 14. Integrated pest management in rice/H.P. Misra and B.C. Jena. 15. Integrated pest management in cotton/S.A. Nimbalkar. 16. Integrated pest management in seed spices/P.C. Jain M.C. Bhargava and R.K. Choudhary. 17. Recent advances in management of insect pests of fruit crops/D.R. Shrama and R.C. Batra. 18. Integrated pest management in vegetable crops/T.M. Shivalingaswamy and S. Satpathy. 19. Integrated pest management in potato/R.S Chandel K.R. Dhiman V.K. Chandla and Vinod Kumar. 20. Integrated insect pest management in rapeseed and mustard/G.C. Sachan and J.P. Purwar. 21. Advances in management of stored grain pests/M.C. Bhargava R.K. Chaudhary and P.C. Jain. 22. Role of predatory mites in IPM of phytophagus mites/Ashok Sharma and V.K. Agarwal. 23. Integrated pest management of Phytophagous mite/M.s Dhooria and Manmeet B. Bhullar. 24. Biodiversity of leafhoppers (Hemiptera Cicadellidae) of the Indian sub continent/C.A. Viraktamath. 25. Role of honey bees in crop pollination/H.D. Kaushik. R.S. Jana and R.S. Jaglan. 26. Integrated management of soil insects/N.G. Kumar. Author index. The book gives a vast knowledge about the progress made in India on different entomological aspects. The book will serve as a complete source book on research techniques and practices of pest management advanced genetic and biotechnological researches new pest management technologies on different crops pesticidal contamination status in environment. The book has been written for teachers students researchers and extension workers engaged in pest management strategies. Key features Scientists and researchers form IARI IIHR IIVR PAU NBPGR CPRI and various of RRS's of IARI NBPGR and ICAR research complex for Eastern and NEH regions have contributed their research papers. Articles on history sampling surveillance and forecasting of pests emerging pest problems and critical issues in their management. Ecological biotechnological genetic engineering and semiochemicals perspectives in IPM have been covered in the book. Topics like pest management in cereals rice cotton seed spices fruit and vegetable crops potato rapeseed and mustard stored grain pests and soil adds to the importance and utility of the book. The book will prove as a complete handbook of entomology as it will not only serve as a reference material for research workers but will also play a vital role in combating problems and planning future strategies in the field of pest management. 536 pp. Seller Inventory # 61915

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edited by K. Ramasamy and K. Kumar

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2015)

ISBN 10: 9383305835 ISBN 13: 9789383305834

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Unraveling plant microbiome: proteins and small molecules in signaling and improving plant health/Ramasamy, K., Sivakumar, U. and K. Sara Parwin Banu. 2. Dissection of molecular and physiological mechanism governing the interaction of root lesion nematodes and Burkholderia species group of bacteria to host cereals and non-cereal energy plants/Shiveta Sharma, Shailendra Sharma and Akhouri Vaishampayan. 3. Recent advances in proteomics approaches in understanding plant-microbe interactions/Jahangir Imam, Nimai Prasad Mandal, Mukund Variar and Pratyoosh Shukla. 4. Applicability of microbial phytases in plant growth promotion and development/Bijender Singh, Amit Kumari and Satyanarayana, T. 5. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria - some aspects and prospects/Tilak, K.V.B.R. 6. A closer look at Enterobacter sp. as plant growth promoting rhizobacteria/Manoharan Shankar, Jeyaprakash Rajendhran and Paramasamy Gunasekaran. 7. Bacterial endophytes represent the hidden treasure for potential applications in agriculture/Sadaf Kalam, Ankati Sravani, Vaikunthapu Papa Rao and Appa Rao Podile. 8. Exploring plant-endophytic relationships to enhance plant growth and production of natural compounds/Patil, C.R. and Alagawadi, A.R. 9. An insightful overview on multifaceted perspectives of plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR)/ Lakshmanaperumalsamy, P., Karthikeyan, K. and Jayanthi, G. 10. Understanding of abiotic stress alleviation in plants through by rhizobacteria/Rashi Vishwakarma, Sangeeta Paul and Dolly Wattal Dhar. 11. Benificial effect of PGPB on the growth and yield of medicinal plant [Nithyakalyani] Catharanthus roseus Linn. G. Don/Karthikeyan, B. and Deiveekasundram, M. 12. Pink pigmented facultative methylobacteria can alleviate drought stress in crop plants/Sundaram, S.P. 13. Plant microbe Interactions: the mandatory requirement for soil fertility management practices in organic crop production standards/Bisoyi, R.N. 14. Microbes associated with rice soils/Rao, V.R. 15. Role of Azospirillum in plant growth promotion: a review/Ramanathan, N. 16. Preponderance and relationship of agromicrobes with maize ecosystem/Manindra Nath Jha, Kumar M. and Chourasia, S.K. 17. Plant-Microbe interactions in Tobacco Rhizosphere /Subhashini, D.V. 18. Significance of cyanobacteria and their associations with crop plants in agriculture/Radha Prasanna, Siddarthan Venkatachalam, Anjuli Sood, Shobit Thapa, Amrita Kanchan and Balasubramanian Ramakrishnan 19. Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis from basics to application: potential and prospects in soil-plant production systems/Shivani Garg, Mahaveer Sharma and K. Annapurna. 20. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: role in ecosystem services, plant diversity and land productivity/Bagyaraj, D.J. 21. Biosolubilizers - a boon to farmers/Anthoni Raj, S. 22. Microbial inoculants for stressed environments/Govindan Selvakumar, Periyasamy Panneerselvam, Gurupadam Hema Bindu and Arakalagud Nanjundaiah Ganeshamurthy. 23. Efficacy of carrier-based and liquid microbial inoculants on field crops in tropical soils/Trimurtulu, N. and Rao, D.L.N. 24. Soil fertility sustainability : long-term nutrient management adoptions on biological and biochemical properties of Indian semi-arid tropical/Alfisol Balachandar, D., Chinnadurai, C. and S.M. Tamilselvi, K. Arulmozhiselvan and K. Ilamurugu. 25. N cycling in rhizospheres, microbes of concern and nitrification inhibitors regulating the release of NO3- into agricultural soils and the emission of N2O into the atmosphere/Gero Benckiser. 26. Two step treatments by bacteria and rhizofiltration for bioremediation of complex industrial wastewater: a novel approach for safe disposal/Ram Chandra, Sangeeta Yadav and Vineet Kumar. Plants constitute an excellent ecosystem for microorganisms. The environmental conditions differ considerably between the highly variable aerial plant part and the more stable root system. Microbes interact with plant tissues and cells with different. Seller Inventory # 115361

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