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Physiological and Biotechnological Manipulations for Enhancing Plant Productivity

G S Chaturvedi (Editor) P C Ram (Editor)
Synopsis The book is an endeavour to present latest information about the physiological and molecular bases of productivity enhancements in plants. Main focus has been on crop improvement involving conventional breeding, genetic engineering, physiological manipulations for better growth dynamics and source sink relationship. Transgenic approach has been the latest technology to introduce desired genes for crop improvement with specific goal. Diverse gene pool is exploited for this technology. The chapter on crop improvement through transgenic approach has been a modest endeavour to address this point. The chapters on Plant growth and development concepts and quantifications and breeding for higher yields and quality will be more useful for students and researchers for understanding growth dynamics and research planning. Importance of manipulating photosynthesis and growth through herbicide actions in relation to crop production has been presented in a practical point of view.

The book will be useful for students and research workers in acquiring indepth knowledge in the field of physiology, agronomy, plant breeding, horticulturists, biotechnologists and botanists.
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Title Physiological and Biotechnological Manipulations for Enhancing Plant Productivity
Format Hardcover
Date published: 28.08.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Pointer Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8171325948, 9788171325948
length xii+254p., Figures; 25cm.