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Trends and Techniques of Horticulture

 
Shagufta (Author)
Synopsis

Horticulture is the science and art involved in the cultivation, propagation, processing and marketing of ornamental plants, flowers, turf, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. It is unique among plant sciences because it not only involves science and technology, but it also incorporates art and principles of design.

Horticulture covers the subject matter in sufficient detail to be used as an introductory college textbook for a horticultural science class. It provides an excellent survey of key aspects of this area and presents cutting edge research at a level understandable to undergraduate students.

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About the author

Shagufta

Shagufta, Faculty, P.G. Department of Biotechnology, A.N. College, Patna Magadh University, is m.Sc. in Zoology and Environment (IIEE, New Delhi). She isd a dedicated teacher and an outstanding researcher. She has benn a recipient of special State Merit Scholarship throughtout her college and university years.

The author has completed her Ph.D. research work on 'Seasonal Fluctuation in Blood Glucose and Glycogen and their Hormonal Regulation with reference to Male and Female Immature, Mature and Senile, Common Indian Fowl, Gallus Gallus'. She has authored twelve books and her ten research papers published in verious reputed journals and books. She has attended and presented papers International and National Conferences and Seminars on environment. She is the member of environment wing, Confederation of Indian Graduates (CIG).

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Title Trends and Techniques of Horticulture
Author Shagufta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2012
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788131314326
length viii+260p., 24cm.