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Arora, M.P.

Published by Himalaya Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. (2011)

ISBN 10: 9350249758 ISBN 13: 9789350249758

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About this Item: Himalaya Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # HPH-9789350249758

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J K Arora; S S Marwaha and R Grover

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ISBN 10: 8187680083 ISBN 13: 9788187680086

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About this Item: Asiatech. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Biotechnology in agriculture and environment : an overview/J.K. Arora and S.S. Marwaha. I. Methodologies for agricultural improvement: 1. Progress and prospects of plant tissue culture and genetic engineering for crop improvement/H.S. Dhaliwal. 2. Biotechnological research in private sector/Arvind Kapur. 3. Plant genetic engineering in crop improvement/D.K. Srivastava. 4. Private sector in designing crops through biotechnological route-a case study/Dwarkesh S. Parihar. 5. Biochemical and molecular approaches for disease resistance in forage legumes/P.K. Mandal, A. Chandra, C.B. Singh, A. Chatrath, P. Saxena and K. C. Pandey. 6. In vitro selection and characterization of salt stress (NaCI)tolerant cell line of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill. cv. solan gola)/Kavita Vashisht, D.K. Srivastava and D. R. Sharma. 7. Callus production, regeneration and evaluation of somaclones from cultured inflorescences of marvel grass Dichanthium Annulatum (Forssk.) Stapf./M.G. Gupta, B.V. Bhat, S. Gupta, V. Bhat, S. Gupta and B. Mal. 8. In vitro flowering in embryo rescued Pennisetum cross/P. Kaushal, A.K. Roy, S.N. Zadoo and R.N. Choubey. 9. Response of different Trifolium species for callus induction and regeneration/D.R. Malaviya, A.K. Roy, P. Kaushal, Bijendra Kumar and Aparna Tiwari. 10. Micropropagation of three-year old elite Eucalyptus Tereticornis Smith using axillary bud explants/S.K. Sharma and V. Ramamurthy. 11. In vitro callus induction and regeneration in Trifolium Alexandrinum from various explants/A.K. Roy, D.R. Malaviya, P. 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 43929

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N C Gautam and M P Singh

Published by Shree Pub, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8188658227 ISBN 13: 9788188658220

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About this Item: Shree Pub, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. An overview of lignocellulose biotechnology/M.P. Singh and N.C. Gautam. 2. Bioinformatics and the art of sequence analysis/Malay K. Basu and Rakesh Mishra. 3. Biosensors technique and applications/Ashok Kumar Neeta Sehgal and Sandeep K. Sharma. 4. Gene transfer technology for mushrooms/C.L. Jandaik and Savita Jandaik. 5. Molecular markers in genetics and breeding of mushrooms/Mahesh C. Yadav. 6. Medicinal attributes of mushrooms an answer for human ailments/Savita Katoch and Rajan Katoch. 7. Transgenics in agriculture/Major Singh and Sanjeev Kumar. 8. Assessment and reduction of risks associated with genetically engineered microorganisms/A.K. Tripathi and B.D. Singh. 9. Biotechnological aspects of rhizobacteria with special reference to biological control/Veena Kumari D.K. Arora and M.P. Singh. 10. Role of biotechnology in fishery science/M.S. Johal. 11. Monoclonal antibodies/Vandana Rai and Pradeep Kumar. 12. Biodegradation of nitroaromatic compounds biochemical/molecular studies and future prospects/Narinder K. Sharma Debarati Paul Gunjan Pandey Anuradha Ghosh Dhan Prakash and R.K. Jain. 13. Role of biotechnology in phytomonitoring of air pollutants/Pratibha Singh. 14. Microbiology of waste water (sewage/effluent) and solid waste treatment/Dinesh Raj Modi. Authors index. From the preface This book describes the important areas of biotechnology. It starts with lignocelluloses biotechnology followed by bioinformatics and biosensors. Lignocelluloses can be used as renewable resources and inevitably of great importance in the years to come. Bioinformatics which is convergence of two technology revolutions the explosive growth in biotechnology paralleled by the explosive growth in information technology is becoming increasingly important due to its role in pharmaceutical industry and genome sequencing projects. It helps in understanding and management of various biomedical and biotechnological information. Two articles give the detail of the gene transfer technology and molecular markers in genetics and breeding of mushrooms. One article depicts the medicinal attributes of mushrooms. Mushrooms can be panacea for malnutrition and malnutrition related death especially in developing countries like India which has lowest per capita consumption of protein in world. Keeping in view the importance of transgenic one article has been contributed on it. This is followed by assessment and reduction of risks associated with genetically engineered microorganisms. An article on biotechnological aspects of rhizobacteria with special reference to biological control is included. This is followed by role of biotechnology in fishery science monoclonal antibodies and biodegradation of nitroaromatic compounds. Fish biotechnology is new emerging field which promises to improve quality quantity and products of fishes. Monoclonal antibodies production by hybridoma technique has revolutionized the use of antibodies as tools in cell biology. A contribution is presented which describes microbiology of waste water and solid waste treatment. Finally the role of biotechnology in phytomonitoring of air pollutants is included in the book. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 51023

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N.P. Singh,R. Ramesh,S.B. Barbuddhe

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2013)

ISBN 10: 9381450668 ISBN 13: 9789381450666

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Microbial organisms occupy a peculiar place in the human view of life. Microorganisms represent the richest repertoire of molecular and chemical diversity in nature as they underlie basic ecosystem processes. Microorganisms are used for various purposes including food production and preservation, management of pests and pathogens, bioleaching of metals, increasing soil fertility, generating biofuels, monitoring pollutants, cleaning up of oil spills, waste water treatment, assaying of chemicals and serving as tools for medical research. Besides microorganisms are the major sources of antimicrobial agents and produce a wide range of other important medicinal compounds including enzymes, enzyme inhibitors, antihelminthics, antitumor agents, insecticides, vitamins, immunosuppressants and immunomodulators. The study of microbial diversity is thus important to solve new and emerging disease problems and to advance biotechnology. The book focuses on microbial applications in industry, agriculture and health which will help to update the knowledge on microbial diversity and its application. Contents Foreword Preface Chapter 1 Bioinformatics Tools for Molecular Analysis of Microbial Diversity by Dilip K. Arora, Prem Lal Kashyap, Alok K. Srivastava and Sudheer Kumar Chapter 2 Importance of Marine Microorganisms in Drug Discovery Programme by Narsinh L. Thakur Chapter 3 Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Diversity in Terrestrial Plant Species by D. J. Bagyaraj Chapter 4 Foraminiferal-diversity of Lakshadweep Archipelago, Arabian Sea by Subhadra Devi Gadi, Rajashekhar K.P. Chapter 5 Phenotypic Characterization of Mosquito Larvicidal Lysinibacillus Strains Isolated from Paddy Field and Mangrove Vegetation by Mohanty AK, Garg S, Dhindsa K, Kumar H and Kumar A Chapter 6 Molecular Microbial Ecology of Solar Salterns of Goa and the Isolation of Culturable Haloarchaea by Kabilan M., B. B. Salgaonkar and Judith M. Braganca Chapter 7 Isolation and Characterization of Polyhydroxyalkanoates Producing Bacteria from Coastal Sand-Dune Ecosystem by Nayak P, Gaonkar, Mohanty A, Kumar A, Bhosle S, Garg S Chapter 8 Role of Indole-3-acetic Acid in Plant Growth and Development & Elucidation of its Biosynthetic Pathway in A PGPR Strain Serratia Marcescens SM15 by A.R. Alagawadi, Shiney Ammanna, Megha Patil, C.K. Doddagoudar, Avita K. Marihal and P.U. Krishnaraj Chapter 9 Diversity in the Biofilm Forming Ability of Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens by S.P. Doijad and S.B. Barbuddhe Chapter 10 Exploring Staphylococcal Diversity to Plan Novel Vaccine Strategies by D. R. Kalorey Chapter 11 Genetic Diversity of Ralstonia Solanacearum, a Phytopathogenic bacterium infecting solanaceous vegetables using rep-PCR and PFGE by R. Ramesh, S. Gaitonde and G. Achari Chapter 12 Diversity of Yeasts Isolated from Fermented Products by S.B. Barbuddhe, A.R. Desai, S.P. Doijad and N.P. Singh Chapter 13 Diversity Among Emerging Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli by D. B. Rawool, S. B. Barbuddhe, S. V. S. Malik Chapter 14 Escherichia coli: A Global Foodborne Enteropathogen by R.P. Kolhe and S.B. Barbuddhe Chapter 15 Harnessing The Diversity of Rumen Microbes by S.K. Sirohi, Prasanta Choudhury, A.K. Puniya & Prem Prashant Chaudhary Chapter 16 Agriculturally Important Traits of Fluorescent Pseudomonads of Western Ghats by A.R. Alagawadi, Ashwini Lande, Sheetal Kadawadkar, Soujanya Sunkad, C.K. Doddagoudar and P.U. Krishnaraj Chapter 17 Diversity of Important Bacteria Causing Bovine Mastitis by B. R. Shome, M. Bhuvana, Susweta Das Mitra, N. Krithiga, D. Velu, Rajeswari Shome, S.B. Barbuddhe, Apala Banerjee Chapter 18 Efficient Management of Soil Borne Pathogens of Vegetables Through Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) by M. Loganathan, S. Saha, T.K. Bag, V. Venkataravanappa, R. Garg and A.B. Rai Index Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 68613

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Rajeev Arora

Published by International Book, Lucknow (2006)

ISBN 10: 8181891074 ISBN 13: 9788181891075

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About this Item: International Book, Lucknow, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents 1. Introduction/Rajeev Arora. 2. Ice nucleation propagation and deep supercooling in woody plants/M. Wisniewski M. Fuller J. Palta J. Carter and R. Arora. 3. Characterization of a novel YnSKn class of dehydrin like cDNAs from cold acclimated red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea L.) Xylem/E. Sarnighausen D.T. Karlson Y. Zeng P.B. Goldsbrough K.G. Raghothama and E.N. Ashworth. 4. Inheritance of cold hardiness and dehydrin genes in diploid mapping populations of blueberry/Ganesh R. Panta Lisa J. Rowland Rajeev Arora Elizabeth L. Ogden and Chon Chong Lim. 5. Molecular genetic and physiological analysis of the cold responsive dehydrins of blueberry/L.J. Rowland G.R. Panta S. Mehra and C. Parmentier Line. 6. Photoperiodic regulation of apical growth cessation in Northern Tree species the role of phytochrome and Gibberellin/Jorunn E. Olsen John B. Jensen Jorgen A. Molmann Arild Ernstsen and Olavi Junttila. 7. Cell cell communication as a key factor in Dormancy cycling/Paivi L.H. Rinne and Christiaan van der Schoot. 8. Hormones and endodormancy induction in woody plants/Karen K. Tanino. 9. Freezing tolerance and injury in grapevines/Anne Fennell. 10. Physiology and regulation of seasonal nitrogen cycling in woody plants/Gary D. Coleman. 11. Physiology and molecular biology of a family of pathogenesis related PR 10 proteins in conifers/Abul K.M. Ekramoddoullah. 12. Nitrogen fixation as a stress avoidance strategy among actinorhizal (non legume) trees and shrubs/Heidi A. Kratsch and William R. Graves. Index. Adaptations and Responses of Woody Plants to Environmental Stresses covers the latest and most significant advances in woody plant stress research. The authors are world renowned researchers who have made significant contributions to the knowledge of woody plant stress physiology and molecular biology. With figures tables graphs illustrations and black and white and color photos documenting the studies of these researchers and scientists this book offers a new awareness of the physiology and molecular biology of cold acclimation in woody plants. This book will appeal to graduate students instructors and researchers who specialize in plant stress physiology in botany agriculture horticulture landscape design or forestry. 311 pp. Seller Inventory # 60319

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C. Manoharachary, C.D. Mayee, D.S. Mukadam, Jayshree Deshpande & K.V.B.R. Tilak (Eds)

Published by Daya Publishing House (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170353521 ISBN 13: 9788170353522

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. The management of crop diseases has become important throughout the world. Various methods have been advocated to manage viral, bacterial, fungal and nematode diseases of various crops. The emphasis and prime importance is given on the development of resistant varieties and now it has been possible to manage the various diseases in integrated manner. But the failure of resistant gene in a variety sometimes has been observed and hence the scientists are busy to manage the diseases in biotechnological manners. The biotechnology and molecular biology has found to be of great help and developing transgenic varieties in addition to regular hybridzations. The volume on biotechnological approaches for the integrated management of crop diseases will be great help to solve the problems of crop disease management.;The volume consists of 26 review articles on biotechnological approaches by very well known international scientists throughtout the India on different crops. Almost all the renowened institutes of ICAR, IARI, ICRISAT and other universities have contributed to make this volume sucess in the supplying the biotechnological approaches for the management of crop diseases. This volume is published in the honour of Prof L V Gangawane who has contributed much in the management of various crop diseases.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Biotechnological Approach for the Integrated Management of Crop Diseases by Amerika Singh, O P Sharma, O M Bambawale & S K Singh; Chapter 2: Use of Indirect Competitive ELISA Technique for Detection of AflatoxinB1 Contaminated in Chilli by K Ajitkumar, M K Naik, F Waliygai & S V Reddy; Chapter 3: Studies on in vitro and in vivo Synthesis of Pectolytic and Cellulolytic Enzymes by the Leaf Spot and Fruit Rot Pathogen of Banana by M M V Baig & D S Mukadam; Chapter 4: Strategies for the Management of Groundnut Diseases by M P Ghewande & Vinod Kumar; Chapter 5: Biotechnological Approaches for Integrated Management of Plant Diseases by C D Mayee & P K Chakrabarty; Chapter 6: Integrated Plant Disease Management: Recent Approaches by Myank U Charaya & R S Mehrotra; Chapter 7: Biocontrol Potential of Microorganisms-An Overview: Focus on Trichoderma as Biofungicide for the Management of Plant Diseases by N Mathivanan, V R Prabavathy & K Murugesan; Chapter 8: Effect of Sphacelia Culture Filtrate on Callus and Cell Suspension Cultures of Sorghum by Nicky Johnson & A H Rajasab; Chapter 9: Molecular Basis of Plant Disease Resistance by S M Paul Khurana, Swarup K Chakrabarti & Debasis Pattanayak; Chapter 10: Entomogenous Fungi and Their Further Prospects as Mycoinsecticides by M S Patil; Chapter 11: Integrated Disease Management in Rice by C S Reddy; Chapter 12: Management of Charcoal Rot of Soybean by Sudha Mall; Chapter 13: Application of Genetic Engineering for Disease Management in Vegetable Crops by T S Thind, J K Arora, H J S Dhaliwal, Prem Raj, C Mohan & M I S Gill; Chapter 14: Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria to Augment Crop Production by K V B R Tilak & C Manoharachary; Chapter 15: Role of 2,4-diacetyphloroglucinol (DAPG) for Plant Disease Control: Its Importance to Rice Bacterial Blight Suppression in india by P Velusamy, G Defago, L S Thomashow & S S Gnanamanickam; Chapter 16: Heart Rot and Root Rot Diseases of Trees: A Case Study from the Campus of Pune University by J G Vaidya & G G Deshpande; Chapter 17: VA Mycorrhiza A New Biotechnological Tool as Biocontrol Agent: Indian Scenario by Sudhir Chandra & Harbans Kaur Kehri; Chapter 18: Microbial Management of Plant Diseases: An Overview by R C Rajak, A K Pandey, A K Singh & Rohit Sharma; Chapter 19: Waste Management: An Environmental Biotechnology Way by Onkar J Chakre; Chapter 20: Problems in Management of Apple Scab in Kashmir: A Case Study by B L Putto; Chapter 21: Impact of Biotechnology on Crop Improvement with Special Reference to Bioti Printed Pages: 377. Seller Inventory # 56430

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S M Mohiuddin

Published by International Book (2007)

ISBN 10: 8181891236 ISBN 13: 9788181891235

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About this Item: International Book, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. The impact of aflatoxins of poultry industry/P.V. Rao. 2. Progress towards biosynthetic rationale of aflatoxin pathways/Sashidhar Rao. 3. Important lesser known toxic fungi in feed an update/M.A. Sattar. 4. Ochratoxin A in biological systems and its analysis/S.M. Reddy. 5. Genetic differences for susceptibility of aflatoxins in poultry/S.C. Mohapatra. 6. Trichothecenes and poultry diseases/S.M. Reddy. 7. Pathology of food borne mycotoxin in poultry/S.M. Mohiuddin. 8. Possibilities and limitations of diagnosis of mycotoxicosis/A. Rajan. 9. The influence of dietary protein fat vitamins minerals and antibiotics on aflatoxicosis in poultry/V.R. Reddy. 10. Aflatoxin in feed stuffs and its effect on the performance of chicken Quail and Guinea fowl/V.R. Sadagopan. 11. Effect of dietary aflatoxin on the performance of commercial and broiler chicken/A. Rajesekhar Reddy. 12. Mycotoxicosis of less common occurrence in chicken/A. Rajan. 13. Micotoxic nephropathy/S.M. Mohiuddin. 14. Influence of mycotoxins in outbreaks of coccidiosis in poultry/P. Padmavathi. 15. Toxic synergism between aflatoxin and ochratoxin in poultry/P. Ramo Rao. 16. Molecular aspects of aflatoxin B1 in mutagenicity teratogenicity and carcinogenicity/A. Janardhan. 17. Histopathological and biochemical changes in ochratoxicosis in poultry (broilers and commercials)/M. Vikram Reddy. 18. Aspergilosis infection and aflatoxicosis in poultry feed and its correlation with various disease problems in poultry farms/D. Mahendranath. 19. Aflatoxicosis and immunoresponse in poultry/S.M. Mohiuddin. 20. Pathogeni mould in poultry diseases/B.K. Panda. 21. Aflatoxicosis in poultry/S.P. Arora. 22. Mycotoxins an overview of their importance prevention and control/Ramesh V. Bhat. 23. Factors affecting toxin production by fungi and its control/Annapuran Jetty. 24. The role of aflatoxin in human health/S.M. Mohiuddin. 25. Simple methods of aflatoxins detection/S. Vasanthi. 26. Fungal hepatitis in poultry a note/Shaik Meera Mohiuddin. 27. Moulds and mycotoxins in poultry diseases/Shaik Meera Mohiuddin. 28. Studies on the effects of aflatoxin on antibody synthesis against Rankikhet disease vaccine in chicks/Shaik Meera Mohiuddin D. Mahendranath B. Yadgiri and S.R. Ahmed. 29. Note on the effects of aflatoxin on the testis in poultry/Shaik Meera Mohiuddin. 30. Studies on phagocyteic activity and haematological changes in aflatoxicosis in poultry/S.M. Mohiuddin M. Virkram Reddy M. Madahva Reddy and K. Ramakrishna. 31. Effect of dietary aflatoxin on the development of immunity against newcastle disease virus in chicken/A. Nageswara Rao V. Ravindra A. Reddy P.V. Rao B.J. Sharma and S.M. Mohiuddin. 32. Nutrition mycotoxicosis and its control/S.M. Mohiuddin. 33. Pathology of food borne mycotoxins in poultry/S.M. Mohiuddin and R. Sreenath Reddy. 34. Mycotoxins and poultry health hazards in India/S.M. Mohiuddin. 35. Mycotoxicosis and its control/S.M. Mohiuddin. 36. Effects of aflatoxin on immune response in viral disease/S.M. Mohiuddin. 37. Handling mycotoxin contaminated feedstuff/S.M. Mohiuddin. 38. An overview of mycotoxicosis/S.M. Mohiuddin. Index. During the last three decades poultry production has made a tremendous progress. The improved layer population have exceeded a million during 1961 to 67 million in 1986 which resulted in increased egg production from 360 million to 1425 million. Similarly the broiler production have achieved tremendous increase from 4 millions 1971 to 95 millions during 1986. This transition of poultry farming from a backyard rearing to a large scale intensive poultry rearing with investment running into millions of rupees is due to embarking upon large scale import of germplasm and technical know how. However during recent years the growth is not as high as it was for many unknown diseases have been faced by the poultry. The recent years have shown that mycosis and mycotoxicosis have been assuming considerable importance in aetiology of many unknown disea. Seller Inventory # 64912

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C D Mayee; C Manoharachary; K V B R Tilak; D S Mukadam and Jayashree Deshpande

Published by Daya, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170353521 ISBN 13: 9788170353522

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Biotechnological approach for the integrated management of crop diseases/Amerika Singh O.P. Sharma O.M. Bambawale and S.K. Singh. 2. Use of indirect competitive ELISA technique for detection of aflatoxin b contaminated in Chilli/K. Ajitkumar M.K. Naik F. Waliygai and S.V. Reddy. 3. Studies on in vitro and in vivo synthesis of pectolytic and cellulolytic enzymes by the leaf spot and fruit rot pathogen of banana/M.M.V. Baig and D.S. Mukadam. 4. Strategies for the management of groundnut diseases/M.P. Ghewande and Vinod Kumar. 5. Biotechnological approaches for integrated management of plant diseases/C.D. Mayee and P.K. Chakrabarty. 6. Integrated plant disease management recent approaches/Myank U. Charaya and R.S. Mehrotra. 7. Biocontrol potential of microorganisms an overview focus on trichoderma as biofungicide for the management of plant diseases/N. Mathivanan V.R. Prabavathy and K. Murugesan. 8. Effect of sphacelia sorghi culture filtrate on callus and cell suspension cultures of sorghum/Nicky Johnson and A.H. Rajasab. 9. Molecular basis of plant disease resistance/S.M. Paul Khurana Swarup K. Chakrabarti and Debasis Pattanayak. 10. Entomogenous fungi and their further prospects and mycoinsecticides/M.S. Patil. 11. Integrated disease management in rice/C.S. Reddy. 12. Management of Charcoal rot of soybean/Sudha Mall. 13. Application of genetic engineering for disease management in vegetable crops/T.S. Thind J.K. Arora H.J.S. Dhaliwal Prem Raj C. Mohan and M.I.S. Gill. 14. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria to augment crop production/K.V.B.R. Tilak and C. Manoharachary. 15. Role of 2 4 diacetylphloroglucinol (DAPG) for plant disease control its importance to rice bacterial blight suppression in India/P. Velusamy G. Defago L.S. Thomashow and S.S. Gnanamanickam. 16. Heart rot and root rot diseases of trees a case study from the campus of Pune university/J.G. Vaidya and G.G. Deshpande. 17. Va mycorrhiza a new biotechnological tool as biocontrol agent Indian scenario/Sudhir Chandra and Harbans Kaur Kehri. 18. Microbial management of plant diseases an overview/R.C. Rajak A.K. Pandey A.K. Singh and Rohit Sharma. 19. Waste management an environmental biotechnology way/Onkar J. Chakre. 20. Problems in management of apple scab in Kashmir a case study/B.L. Puttoo. 21. Impact of biotechnology on crop improvement with special reference to biotic and abiotic stresses/M.N. Khare and M. Shrimali. 22. Biotechnology in the management of Pearl Millet Downy Mildew/R.P. Thakur and C.T. Hash. 23. Indian contributions to aerobiology of fungal plant pathogens an overview/B.P.R. Vittal. 24. Trees of religious importance from Amarakosha/Brahmanand Deshpande. 25. Viruses infecting chilli/Capsicum in India/Satya Prakash and S.P.S. Tomer. 26. Epidemiology and integrated management of fruit rot diseases of trichosanthes dioica/A.K. Roy and Anjan Krishna. Index. The management of crop diseases has become important throughout the world. Various methods have been advocated to manage viral. bacterial fungal and nematode diseases of various crops. The emphasis and prime importance is given on the development of resistant varieties and now it has been possible to manage the various diseases in integrated manner. But the failure of resistant gene in a variety sometimes has been observed and hence the scientists are busy to manage the diseases in biotechnological manners. The biotechnology and molecular biology has found to be of great help and developing transgenic varieties in addition to regular hybridizations. The volume on biotechnological approaches for the integrated management of crop diseases will be great help to solve the problems of crop disease management. The volume consists of 26 review articles on biotechnological approaches by very well known international scientists throughout the India on different crops. Almost all the renowned institutes of ICAR IARI ICRISAT and other universities have contributed to make this. Seller Inventory # 52236

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P C Trivedi

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8179101789 ISBN 13: 9788179101780

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Potential of rumen microbes for improved animal productivity by genetic manipulation/M. Chandrasekharaiah A. Thulasi and K.T. Sampath. 2. Molecular markers and their applications in forest trees/C. Narayanan A.K. Mandal and S.A. Ansari. 3. Salt stress in rice and the biotechnological approaches for inducing tolerance/T.S. Swapna and A. Sabu. 4. Lactic acid bacteria in food and pharmaceutical industry/Barun K. Bhattacharyya. 5. Biotechnological production of terpenoidal indole alkaloids from plant cell cultures of Catharanthus roseus/E.N. Gaviraj and Ciddi Veeresham. 6. Fungal biotechnology for enzyme feed and protein enriched foods/M. Arora and V.K. Sehgal. 7. Plant regeneration and genetic transformation in Sorghum (Sorghum bicolar (L.) Moench.) a review/Sanjay Gupta V.K. Khanna G.K. Garg and Rameshwar Singh. 8. In vitro micropropagation of Origanum majorana L. (Sweet Marjoram)/L. Leeja and J.E. Thoppil. 9. Genetically modified plants for sustainable food security benefits and controversies/Bhanu Verma. 10. Microbial tyrosine phenol Lyase (B tryrosinase) and its application in development of therapeutic compound/Vinod Kumar and Wamik Azmi. 11. Biotechnology applications in human health care/U.D. Gupta. 12. Pharmacogenomics/Vandana Rai. 13. New concepts in vaccine development/Y. Udaya Bhaskara Rao. 14. Biofilms fundamentals/P. Kaushik and Sachin Tyagi. 15. Development of some improvised biosensors/S.K. Saha and R.C. Srivastava. 16. Vegetable disease management through biotechnological approaches/R.P. Kaushal and Rajan Sharma. 17. Recent advances in mushroom biotechnology/Savita Katoch and Rajan Katoch. 18. Biotechnology in plant pathology/Anuradha Singh Garima Gupta Seema Choudhary and P.C. Trivedi. 19. Agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated hairy roots in coleus forskohlii a natural source of labdane diterpenoid Forskolin /A.K. Kukreje and Shilpi Garg. Index. There is no doubt that biotechnology is a technical revolution. Biotechnology is the application of biological principles organisms and products to practical purposes. The last twenty years or so have seen the emergence of remarkable new technologies that can produce new drugs for the treatment of disease alter the genetic makeup of plants and animals and produce bacteria to help clean up toxic wastes. Never in the history of the world have biological organisms been so valuable to us as commodities that can be bought and sold. The present book Biotechnology Current Perspectives and Potential Applications provides an authoritative review account of many aspects of current interest and progress in the field of biotechnology that has been made in the recent past. Major section includes articles on plant biotechnology. Topic covering information on molecular markers and their application in forest trees salt stress in rice and the biotechnological approaches plant regeneration and genetic transformation in sorghum In vitro micropropagation of origanum majorana genetically modified plant for sustainable food security agrobacterium rhizogenes mediated hairy roots in coleus etc. provide information on application of biotechnology in crop improvement. Topics on microbial biotechnology includes articles on potential of rumen microbes for improved animal productivity by genetic manipulation lactic acid bacteria in food and pharmaceutical industry fungal biotechnology for enzyme feed and protein enriched foods. Articles related to health care and medical biotechnology are biotechnology application in human health care new concepts in vaccine development pharmacogenomics microbial tyrosine phenollyase and its application in development of therapeutic compound biotechnological production of terpenodial indole alkaloids from plant cell cultures of catharanthus roseus. Topic covering information on biofilms biosensors mushroom biotechnology etc. have been specially included to project their importance in the present scenario. A comprehensive account of vegetable disease. Seller Inventory # 62397

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M.K. Rana

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is aimed at providing systematic information on nutritional importance of vegetables in human nutrition, physiology, post-harvest technology, biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables at a single source. The book contains very concise and precise information on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops and also covers areas like resistance against diseases and herbicides and tolerance against drought and salinity and the physical aspects of quality, i.e., shape, size, texture, colour, tenderness, etc. It also contains the information on best possible solutions of problems faced by the students, scientists, growers and traders. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on vegetables in various institutes. The book on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops compiled for the students of postgraduate and postdoctoral programs is one such attempt to make them learn and understand the subject more precisely and motivate them o improve their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables crops to meet the future needs. In addition, this book may be user-friendly to others who have the concern to expand their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetable crops and wish to fetch more remuneration from vegetable crops." Contents Preface Chapter 1: Cell structure and its components by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora and M.K. Rana. Chapter 2: Reproduction by Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 3: Photosynthesis by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla and M.K. Rana. Chapter 4: Respiration by Sunaina Chawla, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 5: Photoperiodism: a physiological and molecular concept by A. Hemantaranjan and Anjali Bharti. Chapter 6: Role of photoperiodism and vernalization in flowering by Saleem Siddiqui and Nidhi. Chapter 7: Physiology of fruit setting and development by Sunita Sheokand, Chandan Kumar Gupta and Saleem Siddiqui. Chapter 8: Physiological disorders of vegetable crops by M.K. Rana, Champa Rani and P.K. Sharma. Chapter 9: Biochemistry and genetic manipulation of fruit ripening by Sarla Malhotra and Veena Jain. Chapter 10: Physiology of dormancy and seed germination by Champa Rani, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 11: Plant growth regulators in vegetables production by Champa Rani, Renu Munjal and M.K. Rana. Chapter 12: Soil-plant-water relationships by R.K. Pannu and Renu Munjal. Chapter 13: Quantification of soil and plant water status by K.D. Sharma and Ashok Kumar. Chapter 14: Concepts and management of drought in vegetable crops by M.K. Rana. Chapter 15: Abiotic stress tolerance in vegetable crops by S. Vincent and H. Vijayaragavan. Chapter 16: Growth and yield analysis of plants by K.D. Sharma and M.K. Raina. Chapter 17: Quality and factors affecting quality of vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 18: Estimation of quality parameters in vegetables by Shashi Madan, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 19: Management of post harvest losses in vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 20: Preservation of vegetables through fermentation by Leela Wati, Kushal Raj and P. Rani. Chapter 21: Plant tissue culture: fundamentals and applications by Neelam R. Yadav and Ram C. Yadav. Chapter 22: Transgenic approaches for the improvement of vegetable crops by Neelam R. Yadav, Ram C. Yadav, R.K. Jain and V.K. Chowdhury. Chapter 23: Intellectual property rights by Ram C. Yadav and Neelam R. Yadav. Printed Pages: 612. Seller Inventory # 65345

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Ajit Varma and Gopi K Rodila

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Biotechnology an overview/R. Kumari R. Prasad G.H. Pham A.P. Garg and A. Varma. 2. Microbial community structure and function in the Rhizosphere/P. Marschner. 3. Glomalin a novel proteinaceous substance produced by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi/M.C. Rillig C.L. Rosier J.S. Piotrowski V. Gadkar and J.D. Driver. 4. Microbes turning them into allies/D. Pal. 5. Plant microbe interaction molecular basis/Manoj Kumar and Ashwani Pareek. 6. Phosphatase(s) from microorganisms/R. Malla and A. Varma. 7. Symbiotic properties in dual inoculation of Rhizobia and AM fungi for enhancement of pulse production in North East Himalayan Region/B. Choudhury and P. Azad. 8. Fungi in the root cortex of direct seeded wheat fields with chiseling or No tillage/T.P. McGonigle R.L. Forster and C.A. Strausbaugh. 9. Siderophores their biotechnological applications/S.B. Chincholkar M.R. Rane and B.L. Chaudhari. 10. Microbial production of polyunsaturated fatty acids/O.P. Ward and A. Singh. 11. Engineering of xylanolytic organisms and enzymes for pulp and paper industries/R.P. Singh N. Kapur and V. Singhal. 12. Microbial bioremediation of persistent chlorinated aromatic compounds in the environment/I.S. Thakur. 13. Biotechnological applications of white rot fungi in biodegradation of various pollutants/D.S. Arora and M. Chander. 14. Bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria and their industrial applications/M. Sharma and A.P. Garg. 15. Molecular approaches to study the microbial community structure and function in the Rhizosphere/P. Marschner K. Baumann and Z. Solaiman. Index. Understanding Microbes is vital to understand the past and the future of mankind and our planet. These are the oldest form of life on the earth. Microbes provide us with oxygen to breathe and food to eat. Without microbes life is impossible on the earth. Microbes cause as well as prevent diseases hence are highly relevant to medicine and other related health sciences too. Research and biotechnological applications of microbes is a fascinating field of science and increasingly being seen as a mainstream tenet of biology. The present book focuses on diverse areas of microbial research and provides a wealth of information on the microbial world biochemistry of the molecules their functions syntheses and regulation activity microbial genetics immunology biotechnology control of microbial growth interactions between humans insects and microorganisms and public health microbial ecology terrestrial microbiology microbiology of waste treatment and so on. 350 pp. Seller Inventory # 67453

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A. Hemantaranjan (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 8172332335 ISBN 13: 9788172332334

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2000. 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.Content: I- PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS - A MOLECULAR APPROACH Photosystem I - Jun Sun and Parag R. Chitnis II - PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY 2.Plant Stilbenes: Recent Advances in their Chemistry and Biology - M. Morales, A. Ros Barcelo and M.A. Pedreno 3. Metabolic Plasticity of Plant Peroxidases - A. Ros Barcelo and R. Munoz 4. Prenylquinone Biosynthesis - Ricardo F. Reategui and Parag R. Chitnis III - RECENT ADVANCES IN PHYTOHORMONE RESEARCH 5. Plant Hormones - G.S.R. Murti and K.K. Upreti 6. An Update on Brassinosteroids - Sheela Agarwal and H.S. Gehlot 7. Plant Growth Regulators and Nodulation in Legume - Root Nodule Bacterium Symbiosis - S.S. Dudeja and Kamlesh Kukreja 8. Role of Plant Growth Regulators in Agriculture - A Physiological Approach - Ajay Arora, V.P. Singh, S.R. Voleti and S.R. Kushwaha IV - PHYSIOLOGY OF WEED CONTROL 9. Physiology of Herbicide Resistance in Weeds - Pervez H. Zaidi V - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR BASIS OF STRESS TOLERANCE 10. The Role of Superoxide Dismutase in Stress Tolerant Plants - Sheela Agarwal and Priya Khimnani 11. Proline as Osmotic Stress - Marker in in vitro System - Gaurab Gangopadhyay and Sangita Basu 12. Isozymes and proteins as osmotic stress-marker in in vitro system - Gaurab Gangopadhyay and Sangita Basu 13. Mechanisms of Aluminum Toxicity and Tolerance in Plants - Perspective and Prospective - Thiruvambalam Balakumar 14. Physiological Basis of Al Toxicity, Disorders and Dynamics of Tolerance Mechanism in Acid Soils - Kalyan Singh, Satoshi Mori and Etsuro Yoshimura 15. Mechanism of Tolerance and Crop Production in Acid Soils - A.L. Singh VI - PHYSIOLOGY OF TREE 16. Physiology of Mango - G.S.R. Murti and K.K. Upreti VII - FLOWER SENESCENCE 17. Physiology of Flower Senescence in Floricultural Crops - S.R. Voleti Printed Pages: 531. Seller Inventory # 63263

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. The C.P. Malik we know/Neelam Setia and R.C. Setia. 1. Methods of QTL analysis in crop plants present status and future prospects/P.K. Gupta and P.L. Kulwal. 2. Photosynthesis and productivity of agricultural crops grown under elevated carbon dioxide/P.M. Swamy. 3. Orchids chromosomes and their in vitro behaviour/S.P. Vij. 4. Algal diversity in India an assessment of the threats and conservation needs/Inderdeep Kaur and A.K. Bhatnagar. 5. Mechanisms of cotton fibre development/Amarjit Singh Basra. 6. Agrobacterium tumefaciens biology and recent advances/S.C. Bihani Nidhi Kumari and S.L. Kothari. 7. Molecular genetic analysis of drought stress resistance in plants/V. Chinnusamy and K.C. Bansal. 8. Enzyme catalyzed regioselective esterification/trans esterification of sugars and related compounds an overview/S.S. Marwaha J.K. Arora and Harish Kumar. 9. Proximate reproductive causes of decreased crop productivity in soils contaminated with heavy metals/Hans R. Dhingra. 10. Applications of halophilic enzymes in industries/M. Vivekanandan and A. Leela. 11. Diversity in fruit characters in some cucurbits of Agra and Kanpur regions/S.V.S. Chauhan. 12. The biology of fruit dehiscence in oilseed brassicas/R.C. Setia Navjyot Kaur and Neelam Setia. 13. Some plant communities are more invisible than others. Why/Zafar Reshi and B.A. Wafai. 14. Biohydrogen metabolism in cyanobacteria and green algae strategies for production of an alternative clean fuel for the future/Meenakshi Banerjee. 15. Reproductive biology of safflower (carthamus tinctorius L.) an overview/Aloka Kumari A.K. Pandey and M.R. Dhakal. 16. An update on mycotoxins methods of detection and management/Ishwar Singh and Ved pal Singh. 17. Spices as antimicrobial agents/Alka Sharma and Mamta. 18. Role of allelopathy in sustainable weed management/R.K. Kohli Daizy R. Batish and H.P. Singh. 19. Endophytic diazotrophs in non legumes and their molecular characterization/R.P. Gupta Anu Kalia and Neelam Aggrawal. 20. In vitro rapid propagation of Withania somnifera (Indian ginseng) a highly valued medicinal plant through tissue culture/Binta G. Verdia Ashok M. Dave and Yogesh T. Jasrai. 21. Role of agroforestry systems in arid and semi arid India/O.P. Toky Sandeep Arya and Bimlendra K. 22. Bio accumulation of heavy metals by water hyacinth/Abha Garg. 23. Addition of new records of fossil plants to the mesozoic flora of the Rajmahal hills Jharkhand India/B.D. Sharma and O.P. Suthar. 24. Mechanism of action of plant growth retardants inhibiting Ga biosynthesis/S.K. Thind. 25. Management of viral and bacterial plant pathogens using biopesticides/Seema Choudhary Garima Gupta and P.C. Trivedi. Index. The advancement in crop improvement in the past several decades have been phenomenal. During the last two decades or so enormous information about many facets of plant organization and development has been appearing. Some of these data are of great relevance and were sure to contribute significantly towards improvement of crop yield. This book will be highly beneficial to student teachers and research workers in the field of plant biotechnology physiology agriculture and plant science. 458 pp. Seller Inventory # 60653

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S.B. Barbudde, R Ramesh and N. P. Singh

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ISBN 10: 9381450668 ISBN 13: 9789381450666

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Bioinformatics Tools for Molecular Analysis of Microbial Diversity/Dilip K. Arora, Prem Lal Kashyap, Alok K. Srivastava and Sudheer Kumar. 2. Importance of Marine Microorganisms in Drug Discovery Programme/Narsinh L. Thakur. 3. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Diversity in Terrestrial Plant Species/D.J. Bagyaraj. 4. Foraminiferal-diversity of Lakshadweep Archipelago, Arabian Sea/Subhadra Devi Gadi and Rajashekhar K.P. 5. Phenotypic Characterization of Mosquito Larvicidal Lysinibacillus Strains Isolated from Paddy Field and Mangrove Vegetation/Mohanty A.K., Garg S. Dhindsa K. Kumar Hand Kumar A. 6. Molecular Microbial Ecology of Solar Salterns of Goa and the Isolation of Culturable Haloarchaea/Kabilan M. B.B. Salgaonkar and Judith M. Braganca. 7. Isolation and Characterization of Polyhydroxyalkanoates Producing Bacteria from Coastal Sand-Dune Ecosystem/Nayak P. Gaonkar, Mohanty A. Kumar A. Bhosle S, Garg S. 8. Role of Indole-3-acetic Acid in Plant Growth and Development and Elucidation of its Biosynthetic Pathway in A PGPR Strain Serratia Marcescens SM15/A.R. Alagawadi, Shiney Ammanna, Megha Patil, C.K. Doddagoudar, Avita K. Manhal and P.U. Krishnaraj. 9. Diversity in the Biofilm Forming Ability of Foodborne Bacterial Pathogens/S.P. Doijad and S.B. Barbuddhe. 10. Exploring Staphylococcal Diversity to Plan Novel Vaccine Strategies/D.R. Kalorey. 11. Genetic Diversity of Ralstonia Solanacearum,a Phytopathogenic bacterium infecting solanaceous vegetablesusingrep-PCR and PFGE/R. Ramesh, S. Gaitonde and G. Achari. 12. Diversity of Yeasts Isolated from Fermented Products/S.B. Barbuddhe, A.R. Desai, S.P. Doijad and N.P. Singh. 13. Diversity Among Emerging Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli/D.B. Rawool, S.B. Barbuddhe and S.V.S. Malik. 14. Escherichia coli: A Global Food borne Enterpathogen/R.P. Kolhe and S.B. Barbuddhe. 15. Harnessing the Diversity of Rumen Microbes/S.K. Sirohi, Prasanta Choudhury, A.K. Puniya and Prem Prashant Chaudhary. 16. Agriculturally Important Traits of Fluorescent Pseudomonads of Western Ghats/A.R. Alagawadi, Ashwini Lande, Sheetal Kadawadkar Soujanya Sunkad, C.K. Doddagoudar and P.U. Krishnaraj. 17. Diversity of Important Bacteria Causing Bovine Mastitis/B.R. Shome, M. Bhuvana, Susweta Das Mitra, N. Krithiga, D. Velu, Rajeswari Shome, S.B. Barbuddhe and Apala Banerjee. 18 Efficient Management of Soil Borne Pathogens of Vegetables through Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria(PGPR)/M. Loganathan, S. Saha, T.K. Bag, V. Venkataravanappa, R. Garg and A.B. Rai. Index. Microbial organisms occupy a peculiar place in the human view of life. Microorganisms represent the richest repertoire of molecular and chemical diversity in nature as they underlie basic ecosystem processes. Microorganisms are used for various purposes including food production and preservation, management of pests and pathogens, bioleaching of metals, increasing soil fertility, generating biofuels, monitoring pollutants, cleaning up of oil spills, waste water treatment, assaying of chemicals and serving as tools for medical research. Besides microorganisms are the major sources of antimicrobial agents and produce a wide range of other important medicinal compounds including enzymes, enzyme inhibitors,antihelminthics, antitumor agents, insecticides, vitamins, immuno suppressants and immunomodulators. The study of microbial diversity is thus important to solve new and emerging disease problems and to advance biotechnology. The book focuses on microbial applications in industry, agriculture and health which will help to update the knowledge on microbial diversity and its application. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 109662

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edited by M.K. Yadav, M.K. Tripathi and Dinesh Yadav

Published by Biotech Books (2014)

ISBN 10: 8176223158 ISBN 13: 9788176223157

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Concepts and applications of biotechnology/Manoj K. Yadav, Alok Kumar Yadav, M.K. Tripathi, S. Kumar, Ramesh Singh Yadav, Kamal Khilari and Dinesh Yadav. 2. Recent trends for utilization of molecular markers in crop improvement/Bhakti Rana, S. Kumar, Akash Tomar, Sudhir Kumar, Alok Yadav and Manoj K. Yadav. 3. DNA Vaccines: A strategy to attack cancer/Nupur Goyal, Mamta Raghav and Hittu Gupta. 4. Molecular markers and their applications in fisheries development/Rajeev Kapila and G.K. Sivaraman. 5. Plant Proteinase inhibitors: an overview/Dinesh Yadav and Sarad Kumar Mishra. 6. Molecular genetic mapping and QTL analysis: an overview/Jitendra Kumar. 7. Genetically engineered molecules for diagnosis and therapy of allergic disorders/Anamika Dhyani, Sharad Pandey, Naveen Arora and Bhanu P. Singh. 8. Probiotics in human health/M.K. Tripathi, Varun Sharma, Nupur Goyal and Ajit Kumar. 9. Engineering for hybrid enzyme/A.K. Verma. 10. Expanding opportunities in animal biotechnology/Lokendra Singh and Preeti Vats . Biotechnology has substantial influence in diverse areas ranging from agriculture to environmental problems and recent technological developments have immense potential to deliver in years to come. There is a need for judicious use of this technology to address problems related with food and nutritional security, health issues and environmental issues to mention few. There is no dearth about the books on biotechnology but few of them have dealt with recent developments covering diverse aspects of biotechnology. This edited book entitled “Biotechnology: Recent Advances and Diverse Applications” is an attempt to fill the gap by incorporating chapters reflecting different applications of biotechnology by respective subject experts. Overall an effort has been made to cover the recent developments in biotechnology in diverse areas with potential benefits to human society in large. It is anticipated that this book will be beneficial to students, teachers and researchers to appreciate the developments and potential of biotechnology in future. There are many excellent texts available which cover the fundamentals of biotechnology, recombinant DNA technology, functional food and nutraceutical food AND mathematical biology etc. There are also several very good works in the areas of molecular markers, recombinant vaccine, genetic engineering in disease diagnosis and therapy, probiotics and prebiotics with several modern approaches. This work is an attempt to cover the middle ground between these above extremes. Chapter 1 covers the basic concepts and applications biotechnology with reference to 21st century. Chapter 2 contains recent trends for utilization of molecular markers in crop improvement. Chapter 3 deals with DNA vaccine and role in disease prevention specifically cancer. Chapter 4 explains the brief overview of molecular markers and their applications in fisheries development system. In Chapter 5, the different issues of plant proteinase inhibitors are discussed. Chapters 6 contain molecular genetic mapping and QTL analysis. Chapter 7 deals with the genetically engineered molecules for diagnosis and therapy of allergenic disorders. Chapter 8 explains the current status and importance of probiotic food Products and human health. Chapter 9 covers the history and principle of engineering for hybrid enzymes. Chapter 10 deals expending opportunities in animal biotechnology. Chapter 11 explains the methods and application of mathematical biology in the area of modern biotechnology. Chapter 12 deals with the functional food and human health. Chapter 13 explains the current status of environmental biotechnology. Chapter 14 give an insight about marker assisted selection in rice with the latest developments, Role of biotechnology for tomato production is nicely given in Chapter 15. Chapter 16 is solely dedicated to RNAi interference and its applications in crop development. Chapter 17 is about various. Seller Inventory # 112910

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D K Maheshwari and R C Dubey

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About this Item: I K International Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Coinoculation of PGPR for plant growth promotion and disease control/Varun Kumar R.C. Dubey and D.K. Maheshwari. 2. PGPR biotechnology for management of abiotic and biotic stresses in crop plants/V. Govindasamy M. Senthilkumar Upendra Kumar and K. Annapurna. 3. Nature and applications of Bacillus species for improving plant growth/Pankaj Trivedi Bhavesh Kumar and Anita Pandey. 4. Biofertilizers for sustainability agroresources and technology/Sunita Gaind and B.D. Kaushik. 5. Biodiversity of plant pathogenic Fusarium species/Vishwa Dhar Subhojit Datta and Rita Rai. 6. Biocontrol of soil borne phytopathogens by fluorescent pseudomonads as a sustainable alternative to agrochemicals/N.K. Arora and Ekta Khare. 7. Biological control alternative paradigms for commercialization/Swati and Alok Adholeya. 8. Screening evaluation and formulation of delivery systems for biocontrol agents/R. Saravanamuthu. 9. Molecular basis of plant growth promotion and biocontrol activities of rhizobacteria/Yogesh Kumar Negi S.K. Garg and J. Kumar. 10. Rhizospheric competent microorganisms in biological control of plant parasitic nematodes/T. Kumar S.C. Kang and D.K. Maheshwari. 11. Recent advances in biotechnology of Beauveria Bassiana a mycopesticide against insect pests/S.R. Niranjana N. Haraprasad and H.S. Shetty. 12. Endophytic fungi and their role in biological control and plant growth promotion/Jyoti Saxena Anamika and Vinay Sharma. 13. Microorganism mediated management of plant pathogens/Vishal Prasad B.K. Singh K.S. Kumar M. Ahmed and R.S. Upadhyay. 14. Retrospects and prospects of tomato leaf curl virus research in India/J.P. Tewari and N.A. Ansari. 15. Biotechnological application of microorganisms in the management of viral diseases of crops/L.P. Awasthi P. Kumar and S. Singh. 16. Trichoderma biology and biotechnology/V.K. Gupta A. Gupta N. Modi and D.R. Modi. 17. Trichoderma a potential biocontrol agent for biopesticide industries/H.B. Singh and Shishir Srivastava. 18. Potential of Trichoderma for biocontrol and its mass production/D.P. Singh. 19. Rhizomediation in soil for sustainable agriculture/Meenu Saraf Neelam Tank and Rajendran Narayanan. 20. Strategy to improve ruminant productivity through direct fed microbials/Ravinder Nagpal A.K. Puniya Monica Puniya Tejpal Dhewa J.P. Sehgal and Kishan Singh. 21. Tripartite symbiotic association legume rhizobia mycorrhiza/D. Harwani Preeti Choudhary Sangeeta Dhaker Kamal Prasad and S.K. Mahna. 22. Agrobacterium as natural tool for plant genetic engineering/R. Pati V.K. Gupta L.P. Yadava N. Srivastava A. Gupta N. Modi and D.R. Modi. 23. Coastal sand dune vegetation and microbial resources benefits threats and safeguards/K.R. Sridhar and A.B. Arun. Index. The number of potential microbes exploited commercially is scanty irrespective of their huge presence in diverse habitats. Although in recent years some of them have been successfully manipulated in multifarious areas such as production of industrially viable products organic chemicals pharmaceuticals recovery of metals improvement and maintenance of environmental quality and insect and pest control. The twenty three articles included here fall under three broad categories namely agricultural microbiology industrial microbiology and bioremediation. The psychrophiles hold many biological secrets such as biochemical limits to macromolecular stability and the blueprints for constructing the stable macromolecules. Lactic acid bacteria are known for their role in the preparation of fermented dairy products. Potential strains for production of lactic acid with emphasis on its fermentation economics and systematics have been dealt with in greater detail. Biotechnological applications of pectinases in general and alkaline pectinases in particular play an important role in industry. Production characteristics and applications of microbial alkaline pectinolytic enzymes have been elaborated. Now a days semi synthetic ergot alkaloids are wi. Seller Inventory # 73135

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A Hemantaranjan

Published by Scientific Pub, Jodhpur (2006)

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About this Item: Scientific Pub, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Physiological and Molecular Advances in Environmental Stresses 1. Physiological and molecular implications of salicylic acid in plants under environmental stresses/A. Hemantaranjan. 2. The physiology of somatic embryo induction a stressful start/A. Feher and K. Otvos. 3. Phenolic compounds in plant cuticles physiological and ecological aspects/G. Karabourniotis and G. Liakopoulos. 4. Cold acclimation in plants/Sheela Agarwal. 5. Low temperature tolerance in crop plants strategies for crop improvement/Arunava Pattanayak and Jiban Mitra. 6. Rhizobium legume symbiosis under salt stress effects adaptations and amelioration/Neera Garg Anu and Vini Arora. 7. Plant peroxidases a brief note on response to metal pollutants/Kavita Shah. II. Plant Signaling Molecules pathways and Mechanisms 8. Signaling through RHO type GTPases in plants/A. Szucs D. Dorjgotov and A. Feher. 9. Cross talk for rapid communication in plants through electrical signaling/Neeti Sanan Mishra Sudir K. Sopory and Narendra Tuteja. 10. Nitrogen signaling in higher plants/Ann Ying Chiao and Hon Ming Lam. 11. Auxin as a positional and patterning molecule essential for embryo development in plants/Christiane Fischer Iglesias and Nicole Rober Kleber. III. Molecular Physiology and Biotechnology 12. Achene proteins in jelly fig (Ficus awakeotasang) and their potential biotechnological application/Miki M.C. Wang and Jason T.C. Tzen. 13. Seed storage proteins structure properties and approaches for improvement by genetic engineering/N.K. Chrungoo Sangeeta Bharali and Cressida Jamir. 14. Current advances in Agrobacterium plant interactions and their implications on agricultural biotechnology/Ajith Anand and Kirankumar S. Mysore. 15. Sclerotinia disease and engineered resistance in oilseed crops/Xu Hu and Guihua Lu. IV. Plant Secondary Metabolite 16. Terpenoid metabolism in cotton (Gossypium spp.) and qinghao (Artemisia annua)/Shan Lu and Xiao Ya Chen. V. Plant Defense Mechanism and Metabolism 17. Role of a non protein tripeptide glutathione in plant metabolism/Saroj Dua and Praveen Dobhal. 18. Cadmium interaction with thiols and photosynthesis in higher plants/F. Pietrini M.A. Iannelli R. Montanari D. Bianconi and A. Massacci. VI. Physiological Basis of Yield 19. Physiological approaches for enhancing yield potential in legumes/A. Bhattacharya Vijayalaxmi and J.D.S. Panwar. VII. Physiology of Horticultural Plants 20. Role of calcium in the physiology of horticultural plants/S.P. Singh Lalit Bhatt N.V. Singh and Ritu Jha. VIII. Techniques in Plant Physiology 21. Applications of vibrational spectroscopy to the investigation of plant material/Enrique J. Baran. Index. Contents of Previous Volume (1 to 7). The publication of Volume 8 of the International Treatise Series on Advances in Plant Physiology has been feasible exclusively and unquestionably due to commendable contributions from world scientists of distinction in explicit fields. Within eight years the treatise series has been instituted in the spirits and compassion of illustrious readers all through the world. The proficient International and National Co ordinators have all along unified their views for the expediency of readers assisting them to speed up important research work in the field of Plant and Crop Physiology Biochemistry and Plant Molecular Biology. In spite of handiness of quick accessibility of vast literature from internet this treatise series in the field of life sciences has been realized over and above to be like a true guide friend and philosopher everlastingly enlightening the most hidden perceptible nerves of an individual worker which is beyond the competence of mere web services. The Volume 8 is absolutely another one of its kinds for incorporation of most timely and important worthy reviews of diverse objectives contributed by forty four well informed admirable and documented scientists/stalwarts of which twenty three participated from abroad. The original writing coming in b. Seller Inventory # 58269

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C.V. Singh

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2015)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. The cattle genetic resources of India/B.N. Shahi, R.S. Barwal and C.V. Singh. 2. Farm animal biodiversity in India-Status and strategic action plan for sustainable management/B.K. Joshi and P.K. Vij. 3. Indigenous dairy breeds - an alternative to crossbred cattle for sustainable livelihood security in rural India/R.S. Gandhi, Avtar Singh, Archana Verma and G.K. Sachdeva. 4. Dynamics of cattle and buffalo in Western states of India: an overview/J. V. Solanki and D. N. Rank. 5. Conservation and genetic improvement of sheep in relation to rural livelihood security/S.M.K. Naqvi and G.R. Gowane. 6. Breeding strategies to improve milk productivity in hill cattle of Uttarakhand/R.K. Pundir. 7. Trends in buffalo meat production and exports/K.P. Singh, Ashok Boora, Sunesh Balhara and Sarita Yadav. 8. Priority setting for conservation of animal genetic resources/B. Prakash. 9. Genetic resistance to heat tolerance in livestock/Pushpendra Kumar and Kashyap, N. 10. Genetic improvement programs for indigenous Milch cattle breeds - past achievements and current strategies/Arjava Sharma and Umesh Singh. 11. Genetic diversity, production system and breeding policies for genetic improvement of Buffalo germplasm in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh/C.V. Singh, R.S. Barwal and B.N. Shahi. 12. Reproductive and health status of crossbred and buffalo bulls/Y.P. Singh, Rajkumar, S.P. Singh and S.P.S. Somvanshi . 13. Application of biotechnology tools for conservation and improving of animal genetic resources/M.L. Sangwan. 14. Molecular breeding in farm animal: challenges and prospects/Deepak Sharma and N.R. Sahoo. 15. Bioinformatics and genome anlysis in conservation of farm animals/P. Kumarasamy. 16. Genetic improvement in host resistance: a sustainable strategy to maintain livestock productivity in changing climatic condition/P.K. Rout. 17. Integration of molecular genetical approaches for enhancement of poultry production/Deepak Sharma. 18. Genetic resistance to disease in poultry: an overview/V.K. Saxena. 19. Native poultry germplasm of Tripura: technological intervention for sustainable production/S. Malik, S. Doley, M. Datta and S.V. Ngachan. 20. Present status of evaluation, utilization and conservation of Indian native breeds of chicken/D.P. Singh and Hamid Ali. 21. Camelids across the world/S. C. Mehta. 22. Biodiversity conservation: need for future generation/Niddhi Arora and V.S. Rajora. 23. Contribution of the indigenous cattle to the National economy and man kind/R.S. Barwal, C .V. Singh and S.P. Singh. 24. Sustainable management of animal genetic resources (AnGR) for livelihood security/C.V. Singh, R.S. Barwal and B.N. Shahi. 25. Heat stress management in livestock/B.V. Sunil Kumar and P.P. Dubey. It is difficult to forecast the There are 25s contributed by distinguished contributors who have made valuable contributions to the field of conservation of animal biodiversity and improvement of livestock. The topics covered are ranging from cattle genetic resources, strategic action plan for sustainable management, conservation and genetics improvement, breeding strategies to improve milk productivity, production systems and breeding policies for genetic improvement, application of biotechnological tools for conservation and improving of animal genetic resources, bioinformatics and genome analysis in conservation, heat stress management etc. Seller Inventory # 118963

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edited by Ratna Kumar Pasala, Kiran Bhagat and Yogeshwar Singh

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrow, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: 1. Plant tolerance to abiotic stress: a physiological approach/Kiran Bhagat, Ratnakumar P., Yogeshwar Singh, P. Suresh Kumar, Pranita Jondhale, Ashish Jondhale, Teekam Singh, Ajay V. Narwade, Poonam Kashyap, P.B. Taware, Pallavi P. Deokate and Anjali Kumari. 2. Abiotic stress signal perception: receptors and its role/Pruthvi and Rahul S. Lathe. 3. Role of transcription factors in abiotic stress management/Mukesh Kumar Kiran Bhagat, Preeti Goyal, Reena Devi and L.K. Chugh. 4. Proteomic approaches for the analysis of salt tolerance in plant/P.S. Sha Valli Khan, G.V. Nagamallaiah, K. Sergeant and J.F. Hausman. 5. Signaling and uptake Mechanisms of nitrogen and potassium under nutrient stress in plants/Lekshmy S and Vanita Jain. 6. Heat stress response in plants: insight into physiological and molecular mechanisms/Amolkumar U. Solanke, Raghavendrarao S. Kanika and D. Pattanayak. 7. Bio-engineering of osmolytes production in plants: a novel approach to counter abiotic stress/C. Appunu, T. Manjunatha, A. Anna Durai, K. Mohanraj, G. Suresha and R. Arun Kumar. 8. Genetic engineering of stay green traits for development of drought tolerant crops/Ajay Arora. 9. Role of microbes in mitigating effect of abiotic stress in agriculture/Kanika Amit K. Singh, Amolkumar U. Solanke and Tripti Dogra. 10. Abiotic stress in rice: Mechanism of adaptation/Teekam Singh, K.B. Pun, Kiran Bhagat, B. Lal, B.S. Satapathy, M.J. Sadawarti, J.L. Katara, S. Lenka and Priyanka Gautam. Vol. II: Drought adaptive traits in rice: need for comprehensive approach/Raju, B.R. Mathithumilan, B. Pratibha,M.D. Sheshshayee, M.S. Mohanraju, B. Haritha Bollinedi, Shashank, P.R. and Upendra Kumar. 12. Abiotic stresses and vegetable production in tropical islands/Shrawan Singh. 13. Genetic engineering of groundnut (Arachis Hypogaea L.) for abiotic stress tolerance: challenges and prospects/Jayanna Naik Banavath, Varakumar Pandit, Sravani Konduru, Krishna Kumar Guduru, Sudhakar Podha, Chandra Sekhar Akila and Chandra Obul Reddy Puli. 14. Abiotic stress response in sugarcane/Ajay V. Narwade, Kiran Bhagat, D.V. Patil, Anjali Kumari, Ban Yogesh G. Thakare Harish S. and Chandrakant Singh. 15. Cocoa (Theobroma cacao I.) towards climate resilient horticulture/S. Elain Apshara and D. Balasimha. 16. Abiotic stresses management and mitigation in fruit crops/Poonam Kashyap and Sudhir Kumar. 17. Physiological and breeding approaches for abiotic stress in cotton/Ajay V. Narwade, Kiran Bhagat, D.V. Patil, Anjali Kumari, Thakare Harish S, Chandrakant Singh and Ban Yogesh G. 18. Soil and water conservation measure in resource scarce dryland areas: a way to mitigate abiotic stresses in climate change scenario/P. Suresh Kumar, V.K. Choudhary, Yogeshwar Singh, D.D. Nangare, P. Ratnakumar, A. Sangeeta, Kiran Bhagat and P.B. Taware. Abiotic stress is the foremost factor adversely affecting crop growth and productivity globally. It cause changes in soil-plant-atmosphere continuum and is responsible for reduction in yield potential in many crops. Abiotic stresses provoke complex cellular responses that have been elucidated by progresses made in exploring and understanding plant abiotic responses at the whole-plant, physiological, biochemical, cellular and molecular levels. Plants respond to these environmental challenges through a number of homeostatic mechanisms that maintain the water balance and the integrity of tissues. Salinity levied short-term osmotic and long-term ionic stresses induces cellular adjustment associated with a perceptive reform of cell structure and metabolism. Owing to the significance of diverse receptor proteins in signal transduction, modulation of abiotic stress responsive receptors would be a one of new method for crop improvement. Though, there are many books available in the market on abiotic stress in plants, we tried our best to boost up the knowledge on abiotic stress in plants by embracing all vital aspects associated to abiotic stress with the. Seller Inventory # 115075

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Ramos, Juan-Luis

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | Volume 3 Biosynthesis of Macromolecules and Molecular Metabolism | Pseudomonas comprises three volumes covering the biology of pseudomonads in a wide context, including the niches they inhabit, the taxonomic relations among members of this group, the molecular biology of gene expression in different niches and under different environmental conditions, the analysis of virulence traits in plants, animals and human pathogens as well as the determinants that make some strains useful for biotechnological applications and promotion of plant growth. There has been growing interest in pseudomonads and a particular urge to understand the biology underlying the complex metabolism of these ubiquitous microbes. These bacteria are capable of colonizing a wide range of niches, including the soil, the plant rhizosphere and phylosphere, and animal tissues; more recently they have attracted attention because of their capacity to form biofilms, a characteristic with potentially important medical and environmental implications. The three volumes cover the following topics: - Taxonomy, - Genomics, - Life styles, - Cell Architecture, - Virulence, - Regulation, - Macromolecules, - Alternative Respiratory Substrates, - Catabolism and Biotransformations. Pseudomonas will be of use to all researchers working on these bacteria, particularly those studying microbiology, plant crops, pathogenesis, and chemical engineering. Advanced students in biology, medicine and agronomy will also find these three volumes a valuable reference during their studies. | Volume I:- Taxonomy. 1. Taxonomy of Pseudomonads; N. Palleroni, E. Moore. Genomics. 2. The genome of Pseudomonas aeruginosa; B.R. Kulasekara, S. Lory. 3. Genomic Features of Pseudomonas putida Strain KT2440; V.A.P. Martins dos Santos, K.N. Timmis, B. Tümmler, C. Weinel. 4. The Genome of Pseudomonas syringae Tomato DC3000 and Functional Genomic Studies to better Understand Plant Pathogenesis; Y. Jamir, X. Tang, J.R. Alfano. 5. Comparative Genomics of Four Pseudomonas Species; L. Juhl Jensen, M. Skovgaard, T. Sicheritz-Pontén, N. Tue Hansen, H. Johansson, M. Kjær Jørgensen, K. Kiil, P.F. Hallin, D. Ussery. 6. Genomics of catabolic plasmids; P.A. Williams, R.M. Jones, G. Zylstra. 7. Plasmids of the Genus Pseudomonas; C.M. Thomas, A.S. Haines. 8. Phages of Pseudomonas; T. Hayashi, K. Nakayama. 9. Transposition and other mutational processes in Pseudomonas; M. Kiivisaar. 10. Molecular Tools for Genetic Analysis of Pseudomonads; H.P. Schweizer, V. de Lorenzo. 11. In Vivo Gene Expression: The IVET System; M. Espinosa-Urgel, M.I. Ramos-González. Life Styles. 12. Pseudomonas in the Soil Environment; J. Sørensen, O. Nybroe. 13. Life in the rhizosphere; B.J.J. Lugtenberg, G.V. Bloemberg. 14. Life in the Phyllosphere; M.J. Bailey. 15. Life as a Biocontrol Pseudomonad; Y. Moënne-Loccoz, G. Défago. 16. The Pathogenic Lifestyle of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Model Systems ofVirulence; D.A. D'Argenio. 17. Pseudomonas aeruginosa Interactions with Host Cells; G.B. Pier, J.B. Goldberg. 18. The Biofilm Lifestyle of Pseudomonads; T. Tolker-Nielsen, S. Molin. Cell Architecture. 19. The Outer Membranes of Pseudomonads; S. Tamber, R.E.W. Hancock. 20. The Tol/OprL system of Pseudomonas; J.J. Rodríguez-Herva, M.A. Llamas. 21. Efflux pumps; K. Poole. 22. The Flagellar System of Pseudomonas aeruginosa; N. Dasgupta, S.K. Arora, R. Ramphal. 23. Mechanisms of Adhesion by Pseudomonads; S.M. Hinsa, G.A. O'Toole. 24. Fimbrial Genes in Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Pseudomonas putida; A. Filloux, S. de Bentzmann, M. Aurouze, A. Lazdunski, I. Vallet. 25. Protein Secretion Mechanisms in Pseudomonas; A. Filloux, S. Bleves, P. van Ulsen, J. Tommassen. 26. Chemotaxis in Pseudomonads; R.E. Parales, A. Ferrández, C.S. Harwood. Volume II:- Virulence. 1. Virulence factors in Pseudomonas aeruginosa; C. Van Delden. 2. ATP-Utilizing Enzymes, Purinergic Receptor Modulation, Cupredoxins and Mammalian Cell Death; Seller Inventory # K9781461347897

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Ashok V Gadewar and B P Singh

Published by Satish Serial (2006)

ISBN 10: 8189304127 ISBN 13: 9788189304126

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About this Item: Satish Serial, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Plant protection for sustained agricultural growth/Anupam Varma and J.P. Verma. 2. Challenges to plant pathology and plant pathologists in developed vis a vis developing and transforming countries/Mrinal Kanti Dasgupta. 3. Variability the weapon in the combat between plant and pathogen as illustrated with rice and blast/K. Muralidharan. 4. International standards for phytosanitary measures/Kavita Gupta and R.K. Khetarpal. 5. Management of seed borne pathogens/M.N. Khare and M.S. Bhale. 6. Gene deployment in wheat rust management/M. Prashar S.C. Bhardwaj and S.K. Jain. 7. Aflatoxin contamination in agricultural commodities with special reference to groundnut an overview/Suseelendra Desai. 8. Secondary metabolites of microbials as potential agrochemicals/Prem Dureja and Balraj Singh Parmar. 9. Fungicide resistance in crop protection threats and management approaches/T.S. Thind. 10. Pathogenesis Related (PR) Proteins and their role in plant defense/Ratul Saikia and Dilip K. Arora. 11. Programmed cell death a ubiquitous cell death mechanism in plant disease response/Debabrata Sarkar Suman Kumar Pandey and A. Chanemougasoundharam. 12. The genetic architecture of Quantitative Resistance Locus (QRL) for plant disease response/Suman K. Pandey K.R. Dhiman Debabrata Sarkar and Sushruti Sharma. 13. Transgenic crops and biosafety issues/K.R. Koundal and Prasanta K. Dash. 14. Transgene mediated resistance for plant disease management/Swarup Kumar Chakrabarti and Debasis Pattanayak. 15. Managing plant viruses through genomic manipulations/P. Sreenivasulu and V. Subba Reddy. 16. Plant viruses in tropics and their management/M.V. Nayudu. 17. Diseases caused by whitefly transmitted geminiviruses in India/V.G. Malathi and K.V. Sumiya. 18. Serological and molecular diagnosis of plant pathogens a plant protection approach/S.J. Gawande V.P. Chimote Arti Shukla and Ashok V. Gadewar. Vol. II Foreword. Preface. 1. Management of phytoplasma diseases of sugarcane/G.P. Rao. 2. Advances and approaches in mitigating bacterial diseases/Ashok V. Gadewar. 3. Integrated disease management an overview/Rajni Gupta and K.G. Mukerji. 4. Plant disease epidemiology and forecasting with special reference to management of late blight of potato/B.P. Singh and M. Narayana Bhat. 5. Disease and pest forecasting for integrating apple crop management/V.S. Thakur and Sonali Vaidya. 6. VAM fungi as biocontrol agents for soil borne plant pathogens/Radhey Shyam Mehrotra Ashok Aggarwal and Vipin Parkash. 7. Biological control of plant diseases an Indian perspective/Srikant Kulkarni and Shalini D. Sagar. 8. Utility of parasitoids in biological control/R.J. Rabindra Chandish R. Ballal and S.K. Jalali. 9. Entomopathogenic fungi a valuable tool to fight against insect pests/S. Chavan V. Ghormade P. Nahar and M.V. Deshpande. 10. Potential of plant extracts against storage pests of cereals and pulses a review/N.N. Tripathi Narendra Kumar Pooja Singh and A.K. Mishra. 11. An overview of pest management in saffron an issues concern and remedial measures/Dileep Kachroo and C.S. Kalha. 12. Towards elucidating the techniques for studying soil borne plant pathogens with respect to bio ecology and management/M.K. Naik and K. Raju. 13. Role of genetic resources in management of plant disease and insect pests/J. Gopal and J.C. Rana. Plant lovers food producers planners all voice together to protect the plants from insects and diseases. Damages to the plants by insects are easily felt but not realized are the losses caused by microorganisms. The book Plant Protection in New Millennium in two volumes takes the stock of present state of art in plant protection but does not primarily aim to describe pests and diseases of individual crop(s). Authors from national laboratories and centres of excellence in the universities mastering the subjects illustrates and review the progress applications to know how in plant protection besides up dates readers with the late. Seller Inventory # 59367

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Henry M. Kuerer

Published by McGraw-Hill Medical/Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (2010)

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About this Item: McGraw-Hill Medical/Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Features Complete integration of the relevant disease pathology with clinical management Major sections on both oncoplastic and advanced operative management procedures An entire section on landmark breast cancer clinical trials that highlights essential knowledge and evidence in the field Full-color design with 750 illustrations that depict anatomy, breast cancer pathology, and trial results A DVD with surgical video clips that details some of the important surgical techniques and procedures featured in the text An entire section on breast imaging and an atlas on breast ultrasound and biopsy techniques that facilitate accurate diagnosis and treatment Timely, special chapter on the influence of the media and the internet on breast cancer care and the funding of breast cancer research A detailed overview of currently open and accruing clinical trials, along with the future critical questions that must be answered to move the field forward Coverage of molecular findings that provides an enhanced perspsective on the full spectrum of malignancies with which they work Table of contents Section Editors Contributors Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Multidisciplinary Training for Breast Surgical Oncology The Influence of the News Media and the Internet on Breast Cancer Patient Care and Research SECTION 1: ETIOLOGY, ASSESSING RISK, INITIAL EVALUATION, AND MANAGEMENT, Thomas B. Julian, David Euhus, Irene L. Wapnir 1. Breast Carcinogenesis, Paul J. van Diest, Horst Buerger, Arno Kuijper, Elsken van der Wall 2. Invasion, Christopher B. Umbricht 3. Metastatis, Alison L. Allan 4. Epidemiology of Breast Cancer, Dezheng Huo, James Dignam 5. Breast Cancer Screening, Haydee Ojeda-Fournier, Christopher E. Comstock 6. Components of a Breast Care Program, E. Shelley Hwang, Laura J. Esserman 7. Establishing a Cancer Genetics Service, Deborah J. MacDonald 8. Genetic Predisposition Syndromes, Linda Robinson 9. Quantitative Risk Prediction, David Euhus 10. Chemoprevention in the Clinical Setting, Atilla Soran, Victor G. Vogel 11. Prophylactic Mastectomy, Judy C. Boughey, Amy C. Degnim 12. History, Physical Examination, and Staging, Christine Laronga, Sharon Tollin, Kiran Turaga 13. Initial AJCC Staging, C. Denise Ching, Stephen B. Edge, Savitri Krishnamurthy, S. Eva Singletary 14. Communicating a Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Walter Baile, Laura Dominici SECTINON 2: PATHOLOGY OF THE BREAST AND CLINICAL MANAGEMENT, Savitri Krishnamurthy, Rache M. Simmons 15. Breast Specimen Tissue Processing, Edi Brogi, Violetta Barbashina 16. Benign Conditions of the Breast, Michael P. Osborne, Susan K. Boolbol, Juhi Asad 17. High-Risk Lesions: ALH/LCIS/ADH, Chanel E. Smart, Colin M. Furnival, Sunil R. Lakhani 18. Ductal Carcinoma in Situ, Melvin J. Silverstein, Michael D. Lagios 19. Paget Disease of the Breast, Nimmi Arora, Rache M. Simmons 20. Invasive Breast Carcinoma, David R. McCready, Naomi A. Miller, Bruce J. Youngson 21. Male Breast Cancer, Mahmoud El-Tamer, Benjamin Pocock 22. Prognostic and Predictive Factors in Breast Cancer, Celina G. Kleer, Michael S. Sabel 23. Nonepithelial Neoplasms of the Breast, Tina W.F. Yen, Jennifer D. Lorek, Zainab Basir 24. Cytology in Breast Care Management, Savitri Krishnamurthy 25. Pathology Post-Neoadjuvant Therapy, W. Fraser Symmans 26. Axillary and Sentinel Lymph Node Evaluation, Roderick R. Turner, Helen Mabry, Armando E. Giuliano 27. Minimal Residual Cancer, Stephan Braun, Bjorn Naume, Elin Borgen SECTION 3: IMAGING, Pat W. Whitworth, Terri-Ann Gizienski 28. Mammography, Ian Grady, Pat Hansen 29. Stereotactic Breast Biopsy, Rand Stack, Arthur Lerner 30. Anatomy and Ultrasound of the Breast and Atlas of Ultrasound Findings, Jay K. Harness 31A. Basic Breast Ultrasound, Certification, and Accreditation for the Sur Printed Pages: 1100. Seller Inventory # 39526

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