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Millets: Ensuring Climate Resilience and Nutritional Security

 
Vilas A. Tonapi (Editor) J.V. Patil (Editor)
Synopsis

Millets: Ensuring Climate Resilience and Nutritional Security presents the current status of germplasm resource management and genetic improvement of group of climate smart nutri-cereal crops called Millets encompassing Sorghum, Pearl Millet, and small Millets comprising Finger Millet, Foxtail Millet, Kodo Millet, Proso Millet, Barnyard Millet and Little Millet. The focus is on genetic improvement, agronomy, physiology, biotic and abiotic stresses, pest and disease management, molecular marker-aided approaches for improvement of millets, nutritional and health benefits of Millets, utilization pattern, creating demand through value addition, commercialization and marketing of Millet products, sustaining viability of informal Millet seed systems and Innovative seed delivery models. The emphasis is on improvement of millets elucidating the future road map to enhance scope of millets as ‘Miracle Nutri Cereals’ through value chain to ensure food, feed, fodder, biofulel, nutritional and livelihood security, including climate resilience.

Contents: Foreword Preface. I. Crop improvement: 1. Millets Improvement and utilization: progress and prospects/J.V. Patil, Vilas A. Tonapi and B. Dayakar Rao. 2. Sorghum and Millet genetic resources/M. Elangovan and Vilas A. Tonapi. 3. Genetic improvement in Sorghum/Prabhakar, C. Aruna, B. Venkatesh Bhat and A.V. Umakanth. 4. Genetic improvement in Pearl Millet/P. Sanjana. 5. Genetic Improvement in small Millets/A.Seetharam. 6. Genetic improvement in finger Millet/K.N. Ganapathy. 7. Genetic improvement in foxtail Millet/K.Hariprasanna. 8. Genetic improvement in Kodo Millet/K. Hariprasanna. 9. Genetic Improvement in Proso Millet/Sunil S. Gomashe. 10. Genetic improvement in Barnyard Millet/Sunil S. Gomashe. 11. Genetic improvement in little Millet/K.N. Ganapathy. II. Physiology and Agronomy: 12. Physiology of Pearl Millet/S.S. Rao and J.V. Patil. 13. Physiology of small Millets/H.S. Talwar. 14. Sorghum agronomy for higher productivity/S. Ravikumar. 15. Pearl Millet agronomy for higher productivity/J.S. Mishra. III. Diseases and pest management: 16. Millet diseases: current status and future research needs/I.K.Das. 17. Insect pests of Millets and their management/B. Subbarayudu and A. Kalaisekar. IV: Molecular approaches: 18. Molecular marker-aided approaches for improvement of Millets/R. Madhusudhana, D. Balakrishna and B. Venkatesh Bhat. V: Nutritional and Health benefits: 19. Nutritional and health benefits of Millets/B.Dayakar Rao and C.V.Ratnavathi. VI. Utilization and commercialization: 20. Utilization pattern of Millets/B. Dayakar Rao. 21. Creating demand of Millets through value addition/N.G. Malleshi and B. Dayakar Rao. 22. Comercialization of Millet based food products/B. Dayakar Rao, K.N. Ganapathy and J.V. Patil. VII. Seed systems: 23. Sustaining viability of informal Millet seed systems/Ch. Ravinder Reddy and Vilas A. Tonapi. 24. Developing post rainy Sorghum seed system in India/Ch. Ravinder Reddy, A. Ashok Kumar, Sharad Gadakh, Uttam Chavan, H.K. Kalpande and Vilas A. Tonapi. Index.

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Bibliographic information

Title Millets: Ensuring Climate Resilience and Nutritional Security
Format Hardcover
Date published: 03.06.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789351246442
length xiii+649p., Tables; 12 Colour; Figures