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D.C. Saxena

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book contains articles contributed by experts from various parts of the country from research institutes like CFTRI, DRFL, SLIET, CIPET, ICAR, PAU etc. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature on food grains that has been designed systematically to include basis and advanced knowledge on quality management in addition to the collection of articles in the fields of: Quality Strategies, Approaches and Management, Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents , Value Addition, Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management, Product Development Status and New Strategies, Storage and Handling, Grading and Trends of Milling Industries Tables of Contents:- Section ? I : Quality Strategies Approaches and Management Chapter 01. Total Quality Management and Food Safety H.P.S. Nagi and Savita Sharma Chapter 02. Wheat Protein Composition and its Relation to Quality of Indian Traditional Products U.J.S. Prasada Rao Chapter 03. Development of Testing Protocol for Processing Machinery to Enhance Grain Quality R.K. Gupta and R.K. Vishwakarma Chapter 04. Mycotoxins in Cereal Grains Deepa Srivastava, Tanuja Srivastava, C.S. Riar, Sukhcharn Singh and D.C. Saxena Chapter 05. IPR Issues ? Scenario of Indian Universities and Institutions K.A. Anu Appaiah Section ? II: Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents Chapter 06. Adulteration in Cereal Grains: An Overview G.S.Padda, Amarjeet Kaur and Poonam A. Sachdeva Chapter 07. Quality Evaluation of Bakery Flour Amarjeet Kaur, G.S. Padda and Umesh Kamble Chapter 08. Functionality of Wheat Gluten Proteins Bhupendar Singh Khatkar Chapter 09. Emerging Technology in Quality Evaluation S.N. Jha Chapter 10. Water Absorption Characteristics of Green Gram and Black Gram Monesh, M. Pethe, Jagdish, S. Nikhade, V.B. Kalmegh Section ? III: Value Addition Chapter 11. Use of Emerging Technologies in Evaluating Wheat Genotypes for their Suitability for Value Addition Qualities J.P. Jaiswal, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and Archana Vaishnava Chapter 12. Strategies for Nutrient Fortification of Wheat Flour and Bakery Product Alok Kumar Srivastava Chapter 13. Value Addition in Wheat Through Identification of Genotypes for Biscuit Making Qualities Archana Vaishnava, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and J.P.Jaiswal Chapter 14. Effect of Specific Gravity Separation on the Quality of Paddy (Oryza sativa L.) Seeds During Storage Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sapanpreet Kaur Chapter 15. Effect of Pea Grits on the Extrusion Cooking of Rice-Pea Blends Baljit Singh and H.P.S. Nagi Section ? IV: Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management Chapter 16. Quality Management in Post-harvest Operation of Food Grains S.M. Ilyas and R.K. Goyal Chapter 17. Strategies for Upgrading Quality of Food Grains at Competitive Cost During Storage and Handling Rajinder Singh Chapter 18. Post-Harvest Management of High Moisture Paddy in Punjab V.K. Sehgal, V.K. Thapar, M.S. Alam, M. Arora, D.K. Sharma and P.C. Grover Chapter 19. Improvement in Sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) Seed Quality in Marginal Lots by Specific Gravity Separator Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sanjeev Uppal Section ? V: Product Development: Status and New Strategies Chapter 20. Plant Breeding ? An Orientation Towards End Product Quality A.K. Bakshi and G.S. Mahal Chapter 21. Physico-Chemical, Milling and Rheological Characteristics of Indian Wheat and Triticales for Pretzel Making H.R. Naik, K.S. Sekhon, H.P.S. Nagi, and G.M. Beigh Chapter 22. Newer Products: Potential Utilization of Cereals Savita Sharma, HPS Nagi, H Kaur and R Kaur Chapter 23. Reproducible Textural Characterisation of Commercial Biscuit Bhaskar Janve, Harsimran Singh, Manoj Pandey and K. Prasad Section ? VI: Storage and Handling Chapter 24. An Overview on Grain Storage Management Systems Sanjay Kumar Jain, N. Jindal and R.C Printed Pages: 308. Seller Inventory # 74590

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book contains articles contributed by experts from various parts of the country from research institutes like CFTRI, DRFL, SLIET, CIPET, ICAR, PAU etc. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature on food grains that has been designed systematically to include basis and advanced knowledge on quality management in addition to the collection of articles in the fields of: Quality Strategies, Approaches and Management, Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents , Value Addition, Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management, Product Development Status and New Strategies, Storage and Handling, Grading and Trends of Milling Industries Tables of Contents:- Section â" I : Quality Strategies Approaches and Management Chapter 01. Total Quality Management and Food Safety H.P.S. Nagi and Savita Sharma Chapter 02. Wheat Protein Composition and its Relation to Quality of Indian Traditional Products U.J.S. Prasada Rao Chapter 03. Development of Testing Protocol for Processing Machinery to Enhance Grain Quality R.K. Gupta and R.K. Vishwakarma Chapter 04. Mycotoxins in Cereal Grains Deepa Srivastava, Tanuja Srivastava, C.S. Riar, Sukhcharn Singh and D.C. Saxena Chapter 05. IPR Issues â" Scenario of Indian Universities and Institutions K.A. Anu Appaiah Section â" II: Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents Chapter 06. Adulteration in Cereal Grains: An Overview G.S.Padda, Amarjeet Kaur and Poonam A. Sachdeva Chapter 07. Quality Evaluation of Bakery Flour Amarjeet Kaur, G.S. Padda and Umesh Kamble Chapter 08. Functionality of Wheat Gluten Proteins Bhupendar Singh Khatkar Chapter 09. Emerging Technology in Quality Evaluation S.N. Jha Chapter 10. Water Absorption Characteristics of Green Gram and Black Gram Monesh, M. Pethe, Jagdish, S. Nikhade, V.B. Kalmegh Section â" III: Value Addition Chapter 11. Use of Emerging Technologies in Evaluating Wheat Genotypes for their Suitability for Value Addition Qualities J.P. Jaiswal, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and Archana Vaishnava Chapter 12. Strategies for Nutrient Fortification of Wheat Flour and Bakery Product Alok Kumar Srivastava Chapter 13. Value Addition in Wheat Through Identification of Genotypes for Biscuit Making Qualities Archana Vaishnava, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and J.P.Jaiswal Chapter 14. Effect of Specific Gravity Separation on the Quality of Paddy (Oryza sativa L.) Seeds During Storage Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sapanpreet Kaur Chapter 15. Effect of Pea Grits on the Extrusion Cooking of Rice-Pea Blends Baljit Singh and H.P.S. Nagi Section â" IV: Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management Chapter 16. Quality Management in Post-harvest Operation of Food Grains S.M. Ilyas and R.K. Goyal Chapter 17. Strategies for Upgrading Quality of Food Grains at Competitive Cost During Storage and Handling Rajinder Singh Chapter 18. Post-Harvest Management of High Moisture Paddy in Punjab V.K. Sehgal, V.K. Thapar, M.S. Alam, M. Arora, D.K. Sharma and P.C. Grover Chapter 19. Improvement in Sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) Seed Quality in Marginal Lots by Specific Gravity Separator Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sanjeev Uppal Section â" V: Product Development: Status and New Strategies Chapter 20. Plant Breeding â" An Orientation Towards End Product Quality A.K. Bakshi and G.S. Mahal Chapter 21. Physico-Chemical, Milling and Rheological Characteristics of Indian Wheat and Triticales for Pretzel Making H.R. Naik, K.S. Sekhon, H.P.S. Nagi, and G.M. Beigh Chapter 22. Newer Products: Potential Utilization of Cereals Savita Sharma, HPS Nagi, H Kaur and R Kaur Chapter 23. Reproducible Textural Characterisation of Commercial Biscuit Bhaskar Janve, Harsimran Singh, Manoj Pandey and K. Prasad Section â" VI: Storage and Handling Chapter 24. An Overview on Grain Storage Management Systems Sanjay Kumar Jain, N. Jindal and R.C Printed Pages: 308. Seller Inventory # 74590

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S K Mukherjee

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About this Item: International Book Distributor, Dehra Dun, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface to volume I. Preface to Volume XXVIII. Foreword. 1. Salt affected soil and its reclamation/S.K. Banerjee A.K. Singh and P.K. Shukla. 2. Reproductive biology and variability studies in Dalbergia Sissoo (Roxb)/Rajni Chauhan Sanjeev Chauhan and H.N. Khajuria. 3. Entomopathogenic fungi for the control of insect pests of multipurpose forest tree species/Shamila Kalia and N.S.K. Harsh. 4. Growing medium characteristics for containerized tree seedlings production/Shailender Kumar. 5. Root trainer nursery technology in forestry/Parvez Ahmad Soft and S.D. Bhardwaj. 6. Teak seed orchards and seed production in Madhya Pradesh/N. Roychoudhury Parvex Jalil K.C. Joshi and Manish Chourasia. 7. Role of biochemical markers in breeding zone designation seed orchard research and conservation of forest genetic resources/S.K. Sharma S.K. Verma and Sanjay Kalia. 8. Efficiency of artificial regeneration method of Sal (Shorea robusta) in Chotanagpur area/Jai Kumar and M.H. Siddiqui. 9. Study on relative increment in the growth pattern of fibre yield attributing parameters of ramie (Boehmeria nivea (L) Gaud) varieties at different cropage levels/S. Bordoloi P. Baruah P.K. Baruah and B.P. Mishra. 10. Gomari its culture and use as a source of raw material for pulp and paper industry/T.C. Sarma. 11. Preliminary study on the effect of shoot root ratio on survival and early growth of Grewia Optiva Drummond in plantation/S.K. Lavania and Virendra Singh. 12. Jor Lab L2 an improved strain of lemongrass for commercial cultivation of hilly tracts of NE India/P.C. Sarma T.C. Sarma and A. Sarma. 13. Screening techniques for evaluation of insect resistant trees/N. Roychoudhury and K.C. Joshi. 14. Effect of different host species on the survival percentage and growth increment of Sandal (Santalum album Linn.) in the nursery conditions/Som Dutt and K.S. Verma. 15. Index to contents volume XXVI (2003). From the preface In this volume we have for you 14 papers/articles dealing with forest soils improved afforestation techniques forest protection and plant genetics etc. We sincerely hope that readers will like it. It has been realised that welfare of country is directly related to the management and productivity of natural system. The landuse is changing rapidly with the growing population and demands and therefore importance of good research back up has been given importance in the field of forestry in recent years. 214 pp. Seller Inventory # 54092

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Sanjay Kumar Singh

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D.C. Saxena

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book contains articles contributed by experts from various parts of the country from research institutes like CFTRI, DRFL, SLIET, CIPET, ICAR, PAU etc. This book will be a valuable addition to the literature on food grains that has been designed systematically to include basis and advanced knowledge on quality management in addition to the collection of articles in the fields of: Quality Strategies, Approaches and Management, Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents , Value Addition, Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management, Product Development Status and New Strategies, Storage and Handling, Grading and Trends of Milling Industries Tables of Contents:- Section â" I : Quality Strategies Approaches and Management Chapter 01. Total Quality Management and Food Safety H.P.S. Nagi and Savita Sharma Chapter 02. Wheat Protein Composition and its Relation to Quality of Indian Traditional Products U.J.S. Prasada Rao Chapter 03. Development of Testing Protocol for Processing Machinery to Enhance Grain Quality R.K. Gupta and R.K. Vishwakarma Chapter 04. Mycotoxins in Cereal Grains Deepa Srivastava, Tanuja Srivastava, C.S. Riar, Sukhcharn Singh and D.C. Saxena Chapter 05. IPR Issues â" Scenario of Indian Universities and Institutions K.A. Anu Appaiah Section â" II: Quality Evaluation of Grains and its Constituents Chapter 06. Adulteration in Cereal Grains: An Overview G.S.Padda, Amarjeet Kaur and Poonam A. Sachdeva Chapter 07. Quality Evaluation of Bakery Flour Amarjeet Kaur, G.S. Padda and Umesh Kamble Chapter 08. Functionality of Wheat Gluten Proteins Bhupendar Singh Khatkar Chapter 09. Emerging Technology in Quality Evaluation S.N. Jha Chapter 10. Water Absorption Characteristics of Green Gram and Black Gram Monesh, M. Pethe, Jagdish, S. Nikhade, V.B. Kalmegh Section â" III: Value Addition Chapter 11. Use of Emerging Technologies in Evaluating Wheat Genotypes for their Suitability for Value Addition Qualities J.P. Jaiswal, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and Archana Vaishnava Chapter 12. Strategies for Nutrient Fortification of Wheat Flour and Bakery Product Alok Kumar Srivastava Chapter 13. Value Addition in Wheat Through Identification of Genotypes for Biscuit Making Qualities Archana Vaishnava, Sohan Pal, D.P. Saini and J.P.Jaiswal Chapter 14. Effect of Specific Gravity Separation on the Quality of Paddy (Oryza sativa L.) Seeds During Storage Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sapanpreet Kaur Chapter 15. Effect of Pea Grits on the Extrusion Cooking of Rice-Pea Blends Baljit Singh and H.P.S. Nagi Section â" IV: Post Harvest Plant Operations and Quality Management Chapter 16. Quality Management in Post-harvest Operation of Food Grains S.M. Ilyas and R.K. Goyal Chapter 17. Strategies for Upgrading Quality of Food Grains at Competitive Cost During Storage and Handling Rajinder Singh Chapter 18. Post-Harvest Management of High Moisture Paddy in Punjab V.K. Sehgal, V.K. Thapar, M.S. Alam, M. Arora, D.K. Sharma and P.C. Grover Chapter 19. Improvement in Sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) Seed Quality in Marginal Lots by Specific Gravity Separator Satish Kumar, Sadhna Arora, V.K. Sehgal and Sanjeev Uppal Section â" V: Product Development: Status and New Strategies Chapter 20. Plant Breeding â" An Orientation Towards End Product Quality A.K. Bakshi and G.S. Mahal Chapter 21. Physico-Chemical, Milling and Rheological Characteristics of Indian Wheat and Triticales for Pretzel Making H.R. Naik, K.S. Sekhon, H.P.S. Nagi, and G.M. Beigh Chapter 22. Newer Products: Potential Utilization of Cereals Savita Sharma, HPS Nagi, H Kaur and R Kaur Chapter 23. Reproducible Textural Characterisation of Commercial Biscuit Bhaskar Janve, Harsimran Singh, Manoj Pandey and K. Prasad Section â" VI: Storage and Handling Chapter 24. An Overview on Grain Storage Management Systems Sanjay Kumar Jain, N. Jindal and R.C Printed Pages: 308. Seller Inventory # 74590

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S.P. Singh (ed)

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About this Item: Scientific, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Part Contents: 1. Bark inversion and its effect on growth of mango ( Mangifera indica L.) rootstock/M. Padma, and Y. Narayana Reddy. 2. Effect of KMnO4 and AgNO3 on post-harvest shelf-life of banana (Musa paradisiaca L.)/L.N. Bairwa and L.K. Dashora. 3. Effect of edible oil emulsion on post-harvest shelf-life of ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk Cv. Umran/L.K. Dashora,M.C. Meena and S. Mohammed. 4. Development and evaluation of permanganate based ethylene scrubber to extend the shelf-life of Sapota fruits/K.B. Jagtap and J.S. Katrodia. 5. Influence of photoperiod and bioregulators on vegetative growth of strawberry under controlled conditions/M.P. Dwivedi, K.S. Negi, K.K. Jindal and H.S. Rana. 6. Studies on rooting in low chilling cultivars of plum using different types of cuttings under mist/H. S. Rana and R.M. Sharma. 7. Effect of genotype, method and time of budding in bael (Aegle marmelos Correa)/Deepti Rai, K.K. Misra and H.R. Jaiswal. 8.Implication of In vitro technologies in horticulture and forestry--a review/H.P. Singh, Sanjay Singh and H.K. Singh. 9. Embryo rescue : a useful tool in fruit breeding/Dinesh Singh, K. Kumar, Rajesh Kumar and Sunil Kumar Gupta. 10. Cor-relation studies in brinjal (Solanum melongena L.)/D.A. Sarnaick, S.K. Verma and D.P. Verma. 11. Response of plant bioregulators on growth and yield of chilli during summer season/N.C. Joshi, D.K. Singh and S.K. Jain. 12. Study on growth and yield of okra cultivars in response to fertilizer levels during hot weather period/K. Radha Rani, C. Ravi Sankar and D. Manohar Prasad. 13. Influence of. Seller Inventory # 683

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Sanjay Kumar Singh

Published by Campus, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: Campus, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction to plant breeding. 2. Origin domestication introduction and acclimatisation of crop plants. 3. Modes of reproduction and pollination control. 4. Self incompatibility. 5. Male sterility. 6. Polygenic character and gene action. 7. Outlines of breeding methods. 8. Hybridization techniques and consequences. 9. Mass and progeny selections. 10. Pureline selection. 11. Pedigree method. 12. Bulk breeding method. 13. Backcross method. 14. Other methods to breeding of self pollinated crops. 15. Genetic composition of cross pollinated populations. 16. Heterosis and inbreeding depression. 17. Population improvement. 18. Synthetic and composite varieties. 19. Clonal selection and hybridization. 20. Mutation breeding. 21. Haploidy and aneuploidy. 22. Polyploidy. 23. Distant hybridization. 24. Breeding for disease resistance. 25. Breeding for insect resistance. 26. Breeding for heat and cold resistance. 27. Breeding for drought and salinity resistance. 28. Breeding for quality traits. 29. Ideotype breeding. 30. Tissue culture techniques in crop improvement. 31. Somatic hybridization. 32. Marker Aided Selection (MAS). 33. Transgenic breeding. 34. Seed production techniques. 35. Release of new varieties. 36. Field breeding crops. 37. Crop breeding institutes/centres. 38. Intellectual property rights. Glossary. The most obvious question which one can ask is about the use of writing a book on plant breeding. No doubt there are numerous book written by Indian and foreign authors which can be regarded as master pieces in the subject. But they however do not satisfy the requirements of an average Indian student. They are either too elaborate and advanced or too brief and elementary. The author holds a little different view. A book in author's opinion should have easy and fluent language expressive and self explanatory diagrams. Concise but not too brief written to the point starting from fundamentals and finishing to the most advanced and current concepts. Keeping all these in view the author presents a book entitled Plant Breeding to the students of undergraduate and post graduate levels in all the Indian agricultural universities. It is also offered at graduate level in biology and post graduate level of botany in conventional universities. Hope this book will be useful for the students teachers and researchers in the field of plant breeding. 470 pp. Seller Inventory # 57459

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R C Setia; Harsh Nayyar and Neelam Setia

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About this Item: I K International Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. The OMICS technologies and crop improvement/R.C. Setia and Neelam Setia. 2. Plant genome analysis current developments/T.R. Sharma. 3. RNA interference a novel approach for gene silencing/Ajay Arora and V.P. Singh. 4. DNA based methods for variety identification comparison and applications/Adarsh Pal Vig and Aditi Rambani. 5. Elicitor biotechnology/I.L. Kothari Janki Thakker and Miral Patel. 6. Marker assisted selection and breeding potentials and its applications in some major crops/Anil Kant S.K. Sharma and Dorin Gupta. 7. Genetic control of wheat rusts in the Indian sub continent/R.G. Saini and Renu Khanna. 8. Genetics of rust resistance in wheat an update/Dharam Pal and Sanjay Kumar. 9. Genetic transformation in fruit crops/R. Kaur K. Kumar and D.R. Sharma. 10. Biotechnological approaches for developing stress tolerant crops current developments and prospects/Harsh Nayyar Jahid A. Malik Shilpa Goel Kamaljit Singh and Neelam Setia. 11. Approaches to enhance salt tolerance in crop plants progress and prospects/P.C. Sharma and R.K. Singh. 12. Heavy metal toxicity in plants and phytoremediation/R.C. Setia Navjyot Kaur Neelam Setia and Harsh Nayyar. 13. Climate change and plant diseases/Satvinder Kaur and Vineet K. Sharma. 14. Recent trends in the management of insect pests in pulses/P.K. Mehta Pankaj Sood P.C. Sharma and Anjana Patial. 15. Indian citrus ringspot virus a review/S. Sharma B. Singh G. Rani A.A. Zaidi S.K. Thind G.S. Virk and A. Nagpal. 16. Recent advances in host parasite interaction Chickpea Ascochyta rabiei and Botrytis cinerea systems/Ashwani K. Basandrai Suresh Pande and Daisy Basandrai. 17. Recent trends in Oilsed Brassicas/S.K. Gupta and Aditya Pratap. 18. Quality characteristics nutritional improvement and product development properties of grains/Y.S. Dhaliwal. 19. Starch metabolism in plants potential target for crop improvement/Bavita Asthir. 20. Regulation of nitrate reductase activity under water stress/Neeru S. Sharma and A.K. Tiku. 21. Polyamines an overview and prospects in crop improvement/Neelam Setia and R.C. Setia. Index. The research in agricultural sciences is taking great strides with advancement in methodologies and techniques. It therefore becomes important to maintain pace as well as update oneself on the recent happenings in agricultural research. The present book is an effort to compile the recent information involving different articles pertaining to genomics physiology biochemistry diseases and abiotic stresses. Thus the chapters provide information on omics of plants that covers genomics proteomics and metabolomics molecular techniques for crop improvement gene silencing marker assisted selection for crops biotechnology and genetic engineering for developing stress tolerant crops elicitor biotechnology salt stress effects heavy metal stress and phytoremediation genetics of wheat rust resistance improvement of Brassicas nutritional aspects of cereals and genetic transformation of fruit crops. The book would be useful to the students and scientists working in the areas of agricultural research and would provide current knowledge of diverse research areas through the reviews written by subject experts. 396 pp. Seller Inventory # 72791

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Edited by Anil Kumar, B.C. Sharma and Vikas Sharma

Published by Agrobios (2011)

ISBN 10: 8177544535 ISBN 13: 9788177544534

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About this Item: Agrobios, 2011. Contents Overview 1 Hill agriculture status and strategies in Indian HimalayasUC Sharma Vikas Sharma and Vishal Sharma Natural resources management 2 Rain water harvesting for sustainable Montane Agro-ecosystemsK Bassi and Rajesh Singh 3 Harvested water based farming system for production sustenance in drylandsHL Sharma and Rajesh Singh 4 Degradation of catchments in lower Shiwaliks of Jammu and KashmirVikas Sharma Sanjay Arora and KR Sharma 5 Management of problematic soils of Northwest Himalayas for sustainable hill agricultureRD Gupta Anil Kumar and BC Sharma 6 Soil erosion and conservation in lower shiwaliks of PunjabSS Kukal and SS Bawa 7 Natural resource conservation technologies for sustainable crop productionSK Raina and Abha Chohan 8 Agroforestry for the hillsSandeep Sehgal and NS Raina 10 Agroforestry a potential land use in conservation of natural resources and sustainability of farming systemsSK Gupta and Sandeep Sehgal Agronomical Interventions 10 Potential of integrated nutrient supply and soil health improvement in sustainable cropping systems of Indian HimalayasVK Suri and Anil Kumar 11 Agro-technological advances for sustainable crop production in cold arid regionJag Paul Sharma and Anand K Singh 12 Integrated weed management in hill agricultureAnil Kumar BC Sharma AS Bali and Neetu Sharma 13 Integrated pest management in food security-an overviewRM Bhagat 14 Bio-intensive pest management in high altitude cropsRK Gupta 15 Pest management in hill agro-ecosystem for sustainable productionUma Shankar and Deepak Kumar 16 Seed hardening techniques for rainfed farmingS Manoharan M Mohamed Yassin and M Mohamed Amanullah Crop Improvement 17 Conventional and advanced breeding approaches for maize improvement under North West HimalayasG Katna and RK Salgotra 18 Promotion of Hybrid rice towards food security in Hilly regionsBB Gupta and RK Salgotra 19 Prospects of Upland rice improvement for sustainable hill agricultureRK Salgotra and Manmohan Sharma 20 Sustainable upland rice cultivation in hills a case study in Himachal PradeshBS Mankotia PK Sharma and J Shekhar 21 Agro-biodiversity conservation in North Western Himalayas and implications in crop improvementManmohan Sharma BB Gupta and RK Salgotra 22 Cold stress defense system towards physiological biochemical and molecular mechanismGyanendra Kumar Rai and Pradeep K Rai Horticulture 23 Cultivation of Saffron Crocus Sativus L a high value low volume crop in temperate region of Jammu with reference to Kishtwar an overviewCS Kalha and Vishal Gupta 24 Prospects of sustainable horticulture in Hill agricultureParshant Bakshi and Akash Sharma 25 Improved agronomy for hill orchardsRakesh Kumar and Akash Sharma 26 Vegetable cultivation in hills principles and practicesSatesh Kumar and Deep Ji Bhat 27 Vegetable seed production in hillsSanjeev Kumar and Puja Rattan Post harvest 28 Post harvest considerations for temperate cropsMonika Sood 29 Hill agriculture and its marketing problems and prospectsSudhakar Dwivedi and Tarunvir Singh Subject indexAgriculture is the predominant livelihood activity in hills In India this region is spearhead over an area of 538 million ha which is inhabited by 337 million people of who more than 90 live in rural setup Agriculture is much more important for hills economy as scope for industrializations limited due to topographical constraints and environmental concerns There are vast forests pastures grazing lands miscellaneous groves and trees much higher rainfall moderate temperate and intensive natural vegetation which add lot of organic matter every year to soils Naturally the fertility of soils in hills is comparatively high as compared to plain areas Hills also have a comparatively advantage of niche over plains for production of the off-season vegetables; hi value vegetable seeds sub temperate and temperate fruits like apple almond kiwi etc medicinal plants and other high value cash crops However sustaining productivity in the hills is a major. Seller Inventory # 97624

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edited by Tulasa Ram, Shiv Kumar Lohan, Ranveer Singh and Purshotam Singh

Published by Daya (2014)

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About this Item: Daya, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Precision Farming: An Indian Perspective/Vijay Pooniya and Ummed Singh. 2. Importance, Concept and Approaches for Precision Farming in India/Jagvir Dixit, Anoop Kumar Dixit, shiv Kumar Lohan and Dinesh Kumar. 3. Engineering Interventions in Precision Farming/S. Mukesh, S.S. Mann and S.K. Lohan. 4. Use of Spectral Sensors in Crop Production/Manjeet Singh, Ankit Sharma, Bhupinder, Vaibhav Suryawanshi and Rajneesh Kumar. 5. Management of Plant Genetic Resources (PGR) for Precision Farming/Shiv Ratan, T. Ram and U.N. Tiwari. 6. Scope for Application of Variable Rate Technology in India/Sushil Sharma, S.S. Manhas and R.M. Sharma. 7. Remote Sensing and Image Processing/Purshotam Singh, Parmeet Singh, Narinder Panotra, B.A. Lone, Sameera Qayoom, Gurdeep Singh and K.N. Singh. 8. Precision Irrigation Systems in Agriculture: A Perspective/T. Ram, Dalamu, Ranveer Singh, K.N. Singh, D. Ram and N.K. Jat. 9. Laser Guided Land Leveling and Grading for Precision Farming/Shiv Kumar Lohan, H.S. Sidhu and Manpreet Singh. 10. Effective Water Resources Management Using Efficient Irrigation Scheduling/Rohitashw Kumar, Sheikh Modasir and T. Ram. 11. Site Specific Varietal Improvement Strategies for Rice Breeding in Temperate Regions/Gulzar Singh Sanghera, Subhash Chander Kashyap and F.A. Aga. 12. Expanding Horizons of Precision Farming Driven Crop Protection/Sudheer Kumar and Prem Lal Kashyap. 13. Storage Fungi Infestation, their Detection and Management/S.S. Jakhar, T. Ram and M.S. Dalal. 14. Utility, Scope and Implementation of System of Rice Intensification (SRI) Under Temperate Conditions/Parmeet Singh, Purshotam Singh and Lal Singh. 15. Site Specific Nutrient Management for Increasing Crop Productivity/Sanjay Swami, B.R. Bazaya, Lekh Chand, N.K. Jat and Rohit Arora. Precision farming is a farming management concept based on observing and responding to intra field variations. Today, precision farming is about whole farm management with the goal of optimizing returns on input while preserving resources. Precision farming is one of the most scientific and modern approach to sustainable agriculture that has gained momentum in 21st Century. The book presents up-to-date research, field studies and practical applications written by leading scientists and experts in their respective field. This book not only introduces the reader to the hi-tech technology of precision farming but it also presents a broad overview of its concepts and the tools of this system. It is hoped that the book will serve as a good text cum reference source for those interested in Precision farming. Seller Inventory # 113047

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U.N. Bhale

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Successful cultivation of crops is hampered due to the occurrence of several aspects like minerals, fertilizers, water stress, insect pests, diseases, nematodes and others. This is a very multifaceted issue in view of the tropical and sub-tropical climate. Therefore, intensive cultivation of high yields varieties/hybrids under high fertility, off-season production, lack of adequate knowledge on plant nutrition and protection, economic constraints to maximize qualitative returns and inability to afford risk. Many technologies using, micropropogate sets, trap crops, botanicals and bio-controls have been developed in some crops and a few are validated in farmers? field. The information on climatic factors, minerals, mutation breeding, cultivation practices, micropropogation, biochemical marker, pests, diseases and nematodes on crops is very much spread. There is no book at present which comprehensively and exclusively deals with the above aspects on crops. The present book deals with integrated pest, disease, nematode management, regulatory, physical, cultural, chemical, organic amendments, biological, host plant resistance and integrated methods. This book is a useful reference to students, forthcoming researchers, extension workers and policy makers. The book can also be used for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well.Contents: 1. Constraints to Cowpea Production in Africa 1 Oigiangbe and Osawe Nathaniel 2. Fungicide Resistance in Fungal Pathogens of Various Crops and its Integrated Management 21 N.S. Suryawanshi 3. Sesame: Identifying an Orphan Crop in International Arena through a Sustainable Compromise between Quality and Productivity 51 Yogranjan, Gyanesh K. Satpute, Rakesh S. Marabi and Sudhakar P. Mishra 4. Role of Organic Amendments in Plant Disease Management: An Overview 64 Rajkumar H. Garampalli, Heminder Singh and M.C. Ravikumar 5. Role of Biotechnology in Crop Improvement 75 T. Ugandhar, M. Venkateshwarlu and T. Srilatha 6. Downy Mildew of Maize: A Review 98 A.P. Suryawanshi, Utpal Dey and D.P. Kuldhar 7. Biotechnological Interventions for Crop Adaptation to Climate Change 117 Sanjay Jha and Rajkumar 8. Role of Biofertilizers in Plant Nutrient Management under Present Scenario 137 M.D. Khunt, V.A. Solanki, A.N. Sabalpara and Lalit Mahatma 9. Biopesticidal Approaches for the Management of Sorrel (Rumex acetosa L.) Diseases 149 U.N. Bhale 10. Drivers of Food Crops Productivity in Nigeria: Issues and Way Forwards 161 Olayiwola Olubodun Olaniyi 11. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR): Mediating and Facilitating Microorganisms for Plant Sustainable in Soil 170 H.C. Lakshman 12. Recent Advances in Researches on Foot Rot and Leaf Rot of Betelvine (Piper betle L.) Caused by Phytophthora spp.: A Threat to Betelvine Crop 182 Basudeb Dasgupta 13. Problems and Prospects of Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) Cultivation in the Gangetic Plains of West Bengal 198 V. Yeka Zhimo, Jayanta Saha, Birendranath Panja and Narayan Roy 14. Fungal Biodiversity: Major Constrains of Crop Productivity in India 215 P.N. Chowdhry, Nidhi Anand and Suman Lata 15. Physiological Impact of Sapota Post-harvest Fruit Fungi on Toxin Production of Vigna aconitifolia Seeds 227 U.N. Bhale and P.M. Wagh 16. Climatic Factors cause Plant Diseases in Crops 234 Veena Sharma and A.K. Singh 17. Impact of Cadmium Phytotoxicity on Photosynthetic Rate and Chlorophyll Content in Triticum aestivum L. DWR 225 Variety 244 V.S. Bheemareddy and H.C. Lakshman 18. Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and its Management 250 Vibha and Susma Nema 19. Insect Pests of Rice and their Integrated Pest Management 265 Venkat Reddy, R. Sunitha Devi, S. Malathi and B. Dileep Kumar 20. Enhancement of Seedling Emergence and Biomass Production of Crop Plants by Trichoderma spp. 292 J.N. Rajkonda and U.N. Bhale 21. We Printed Pages: 725. Seller Inventory # 89657

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Successful cultivation of crops is hampered due to the occurrence of several aspects like minerals, fertilizers, water stress, insect pests, diseases, nematodes and others. This is a very multifaceted issue in view of the tropical and sub-tropical climate. Therefore, intensive cultivation of high yields varieties/hybrids under high fertility, off-season production, lack of adequate knowledge on plant nutrition and protection, economic constraints to maximize qualitative returns and inability to afford risk. Many technologies using, micropropogate sets, trap crops, botanicals and bio-controls have been developed in some crops and a few are validated in farmersâ field. The information on climatic factors, minerals, mutation breeding, cultivation practices, micropropogation, biochemical marker, pests, diseases and nematodes on crops is very much spread. There is no book at present which comprehensively and exclusively deals with the above aspects on crops. The present book deals with integrated pest, disease, nematode management, regulatory, physical, cultural, chemical, organic amendments, biological, host plant resistance and integrated methods. This book is a useful reference to students, forthcoming researchers, extension workers and policy makers. The book can also be used for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well.Contents: 1. Constraints to Cowpea Production in Africa 1 Oigiangbe and Osawe Nathaniel 2. Fungicide Resistance in Fungal Pathogens of Various Crops and its Integrated Management 21 N.S. Suryawanshi 3. Sesame: Identifying an Orphan Crop in International Arena through a Sustainable Compromise between Quality and Productivity 51 Yogranjan, Gyanesh K. Satpute, Rakesh S. Marabi and Sudhakar P. Mishra 4. Role of Organic Amendments in Plant Disease Management: An Overview 64 Rajkumar H. Garampalli, Heminder Singh and M.C. Ravikumar 5. Role of Biotechnology in Crop Improvement 75 T. Ugandhar, M. Venkateshwarlu and T. Srilatha 6. Downy Mildew of Maize: A Review 98 A.P. Suryawanshi, Utpal Dey and D.P. Kuldhar 7. Biotechnological Interventions for Crop Adaptation to Climate Change 117 Sanjay Jha and Rajkumar 8. Role of Biofertilizers in Plant Nutrient Management under Present Scenario 137 M.D. Khunt, V.A. Solanki, A.N. Sabalpara and Lalit Mahatma 9. Biopesticidal Approaches for the Management of Sorrel (Rumex acetosa L.) Diseases 149 U.N. Bhale 10. Drivers of Food Crops Productivity in Nigeria: Issues and Way Forwards 161 Olayiwola Olubodun Olaniyi 11. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR): Mediating and Facilitating Microorganisms for Plant Sustainable in Soil 170 H.C. Lakshman 12. Recent Advances in Researches on Foot Rot and Leaf Rot of Betelvine (Piper betle L.) Caused by Phytophthora spp.: A Threat to Betelvine Crop 182 Basudeb Dasgupta 13. Problems and Prospects of Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) Cultivation in the Gangetic Plains of West Bengal 198 V. Yeka Zhimo, Jayanta Saha, Birendranath Panja and Narayan Roy 14. Fungal Biodiversity: Major Constrains of Crop Productivity in India 215 P.N. Chowdhry, Nidhi Anand and Suman Lata 15. Physiological Impact of Sapota Post-harvest Fruit Fungi on Toxin Production of Vigna aconitifolia Seeds 227 U.N. Bhale and P.M. Wagh 16. Climatic Factors cause Plant Diseases in Crops 234 Veena Sharma and A.K. Singh 17. Impact of Cadmium Phytotoxicity on Photosynthetic Rate and Chlorophyll Content in Triticum aestivum L. DWR 225 Variety 244 V.S. Bheemareddy and H.C. Lakshman 18. Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and its Management 250 Vibha and Susma Nema 19. Insect Pests of Rice and their Integrated Pest Management 265 Venkat Reddy, R. Sunitha Devi, S. Malathi and B. Dileep Kumar 20. Enhancement of Seedling Emergence and Biomass Production of Crop Plants by Trichoderma spp. 292 J.N. Rajkonda and U.N. Bhale 21. We Printed Pages: 725. Seller Inventory # 89657

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Sanjay Kumar Singh

Published by Campus Books International (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180300838 ISBN 13: 9788180300837

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Edited by Deepa H. Dwivedi S.K. Dwivedi and S. Gupta

Published by Satish Serial Pub (2010)

ISBN 10: 8189304798 ISBN 13: 9788189304799

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Introduction to higher Himalayas Brahma Singh 2 Production technology of field crops Dorjay Namgyal 3 Vegetable production technology Anand Kumar Singh BK Singha and VK Yadav 4 Vegetable seed production Ankur Agarwal 5 Technology for production of fruit crops Sanjai K Dwivedi and Deepa H Dwivedi 6 Floriculture an untapped potential venture Deepa H Dwivedi and Sanjai K Dwivedi 7 Woody elements of plant wealth of Trans Himalayas Anup Raj 8 Soil and plant nutrition VK Sharma 9 Principles for breeding of crops Vijay K Yadav Vinod K Sah and AK Singh 10 Greenhouse technology for higher Himalayas Sanjai K Dwivedi and Eli Palzor 11 Weeds and their management Ajay Kumar Pandey Dorjay Namgyal HV Singh and Tahir Salim 12 Agricultural insect pests and their management Ajay Kumar Pandey 13 Diseases of field crops and their management HV Singh 14 Poultry farming a potential venture Bal Gangadhar Roy Deepok Gogoi and Manzur Ahmed 15 Pashmina producing goat a unique resource FD Sheikh TAS Ganai and T Tsewang 16 Changthangi sheep a valuable genetic resources FD Sheikh TAS Ganai T Tsewang SS Misra and S Azmat 17 Yak husbandry an overview Gautam Mondal 18 Double humped camel the endangered animal Champak Bhakat and KML Pathak 19 Potential of plant biotechnology Tsering Stobdan Sanjay K Dwivedi and Zakwan Ahmed 20 Extension in the changing agriculture scenario MS Nain and GR Bhagat 21 Conservation of genetic diversity in trans Himalayas Sandhya Gupta and Sanjai K Dwivedi 22 Ethnobotancal uses of plants by tribal communities Basant Ballabh and OP Chaurasia 23 Sowa Rigpa the traditional science of healing Padma Gurmet 24 Traditional food and beverages Dorjey Angchok and Sanjai K Dwivedi 25 Local knowledge system for sustainable development Dorjey Angchok About 20 per cent of the worlds total population is residing in the mountains and this proportion is likely to increase in the present century as environmental degradation and population is driving the human population for settlement in the clean and serene environment of the mountains Himalayan region has sizeable area in countries like India China Tibet Pakistan Afghanistan Bhutan etc Remarkable progress has been made on agro animal research and development all over the globe However Higher Himalayan Regions 3000 m MSL which reserve unique flora and fauna have attracted little attention so far The present volume is created to highlight the unique agro animal wealth of the region to enable the researchers policymakers and other agencies for conserving and utilizing the rare and valuable resources for the welfare of the mankind The book covers 25 chapters on soil climate crops field fruits vegetables flowers medicinal and forest animals yak pashmina double humped camel sheep poultry etc and their latest production technologies with traditional knowledge and possibilities of using modern scientific tools The contributions for the present volume have been made by 36 eminent researchers belonging to 12 institutions universities The chapters are scientifically planned and cover exhaustive information on the subject Put together the volume presents a wide range of latest RD highlights on unique topics on plants animals for sustainable development of Higher Himalayas 554 pp. Seller Inventory # 85180

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S.A. Karim A. Joshi et.

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ISBN 10: 818930481X ISBN 13: 9788189304812

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About this Item: Satish Serial Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: As New. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Foreword Preface 1 Stress management in small ruminants for sustainable production SA Karim and MK Tripathi 2 Global climate change and diseases of small ruminants MC Sharma Puneet Kumar and Rupasi Tiwari 3 Water related disasters in Asia context risk management and environmental response concern to animals for human sustainability Anil K Gupta Sreeja S Nair and Mohammed Yunus 4 Influence of climate change on mineral uptake in plants and its effect in livestock KT Sampath NKS Gowda and DT Pal 5 Forage production and feeding plan for small ruminants during scarcity in drought prone region NV Patil and AK Patel 6 Feeding and management strategies for small ruminants during stressful conditions of drought RC Jakhmola 7 Mitigation of enteric methane greenhouse gas emission for eco friendly and economic small ruminant production DN Kamra 8 Feeding management of small ruminants in cold climates of temperate region A Sahoo 9 Strategies of enhancing forage production in dry zones of India AK Misra and KA Singh 10 Methane emission by sheep and goats its effect on global warming and ameliorative measures Raghavendra Bhatta CS Prasad and KT Sampath 11 Stress factors for small ruminants under field existence and strategies for their amelioration AK Shinde 12 Existing feed resources and feeding practices of small ruminants with reference to Rajasthan SK Sankhyan and RS Bhatt 13 Shelter management for sheep and goats for mitigating climatic stress RP Misra SP Singh and N Ramachandran 14 Effect of environment stress on animal productivity and its amelioration through shelter management AK Patel 15 Adaptation of sheep and goats to cold arid climates MA Kirmani NA Ganai and KA Shah 16 Physiological adaption of sheep to hot environmental conditions with special reference to climate changeSMK Naqvi and V Sejian 17 Effect of climatic thermal and nutritional stresses on reproduction on goats AK Goel and N Ramachandran 18 Physiological adaptation of goats to climate change Puneet Kumar 19 Stress factors influencing preservation of Ram Semen approaches for ameliorating their adverse consequences Anil Joshi Davendera Kumar and SMK Daqvi 20 Impact of body condition score on productive and reproductive capability of sheep VP Maurya V Sejian and SMK Naqvi 21 Development and dissemination of the NARI Suwarna strain of Deccani sheep genetic improvement of production performance while maintaining adaptability C Nimbkar PM Ghalsasi and BV Nimbkar 22 Genetics of stress resistance and its application in sheep breeding AL Arora Ved Prakash and LLL Prince 23 Breeding strategies for sustainable livelihood conservation and improvement of small ruminants vis a vis global plan of action for animal genetic resources SK Singh 24 Iranian sheep and goat industry at a glance Reza Valizadeh 25 Exploration of genetic to diseases for improving small ruminant production D Singh and CP Swarnkar 26 Broiler rabbit production under prevailing climate change Rajeev Gulyani 27 Angora wool production in the country under changing climate and market SR Sharma and SA Karim 28 Impact of climate and environmental change on animal diseases and production SC Dubey and AK Shinde 29 Newer approaches of parasitic control for reducing stresses in animals and farmers PK Sanyal 30 Biotic and abiotic stresses and small ruminant diseases VS Vihan K Gururaj and Ashok Kumar 31 Changing disease patterns in small ruminants vis a vis climate change RK Singh Sanjay Kumar Sanjay Barua and Rajender Kumar 32 Animal borne diseases human health and environmental concern BN Tripathi SK Dixit and GG Sonawane 33 Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis a predominant endemic biotic stress affecting growth development and productivity in domestic ruminants SV Singh PK Singh A Kumar and AV Singh 34 Transportation and slaughter stresses and their effect on meat yield and quality N Kondaiah and S Vaithiyanathan 35 Meat production export potential and SPS measures MK Agnihotri 36 Safety and quality. Seller Inventory # 85195

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U.N. Bhale

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