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Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses

Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses
  • Author : Aruna C,K.B.R.S. Visarada,B. Venkatesh Bhat,Vilas A. Tonapi
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release Date : 2018-08-22
  • Total pages : 450
  • ISBN : 9780081018804
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Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses is a comprehensive overview of all significant global efforts for the genetic improvement of sorghum, a major crop of many semi-arid nations that is suitable for a huge range of uses, from human food, to biofuels. Split into two main sections, the book initially reviews the genetic suitability of sorghum for breeding, also providing the history of the genetic improvement of the grain. Finally, other sections look at specific breeding programs that could be improved in a number of areas, including human food, animal feed and industrial usage. Readers in academics, research, plant genetics and sorghum development will find this resource of great value. In addition, it is essential reading for engineers who utilize sorghum for food, feed and industrial materials in industry. Provides information on key advances in the genetic makeup of sorghum Allows plant breeders to apply this research to effectively breed new strains of sorghum that are dependent on final usage goals Includes the latest findings in each section to orient researchers to plans for future genetic enhancement

Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses

Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses
  • Author : Aruna C.,K. B. R. S. Visarada,Vilas A. Tonapi,B. Venkatesh Bhat
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing Limited
  • Release Date : 2018-07-20
  • Total pages : 288
  • ISBN : 0081018797
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Breeding Sorghum for Diverse End Uses is a comprehensive overview of all significant global efforts for the genetic improvement of sorghum, a major crop of many semi-arid nations that is suitable for a huge range of uses, from human food, to biofuels. Split into two main sections, the book initially reviews the genetic suitability of sorghum for breeding, also providing the history of the genetic improvement of the grain. Finally, other sections look at specific breeding programs that could be improved in a number of areas, including human food, animal feed and industrial usage. Readers in academics, research, plant genetics and sorghum development will find this resource of great value. In addition, it is essential reading for engineers who utilize sorghum for food, feed and industrial materials in industry. Provides information on key advances in the genetic makeup of sorghum Allows plant breeders to apply this research to effectively breed new strains of sorghum that are dependent on final usage goals Includes the latest findings in each section to orient researchers to plans for future genetic enhancement

Advances in Sorghum Science

Advances in Sorghum Science
  • Author : Ratikanta Maiti,Humberto González Rodríguez,Ch. Aruna Kumar,Sameena Begum
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2021-07-16
  • Total pages : 290
  • ISBN : 9781000286885
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This new volume, Advances in Sorghum Science: Botany, Production, and Crop Improvement, provides an easy-to-read and comprehensive treatment of the sorghum crop. With the world’s production of sorghum topping over 55 million tons annually, sorghum is very important for as a staple dietary food for much of the world as a rich source of micronutrients and macronutrients, as an ingredient in the processing of many foods, and as a source of fodder. The authors of the volume provide detailed information on sorghum from several disciplines and bring together recent literature under one umbrella. The book covers the various aspects of the sorghum crop, starting from its origin, to its domestication, and going on to biotechnology of the crop. It describes sorghum production, ideotypes, botany, physiology, abiotic and biotic factors affecting crop productivity, methods of cultivation, postharvest management, grain quality analysis for food processing, improvement of sorghum crop, and research advancements in breeding and biotechnology. This valuable resource will be helpful to researchers and scientists working to understand the relation between various disciplines and the implementation of new methods and technology for crop improvement and higher productivity. The multi-pronged approach will help to enable the increase sorghum productivity to meet the world’s growing demands.

Fundamentals of Field Crop Breeding

Fundamentals of Field Crop Breeding
  • Author : Devendra Kumar Yadava
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2023
  • Total pages : 1389
  • ISBN : 9789811692574
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This book is an advanced textbook and a reference book for the post-graduate plant-breeding students and the plant breeders. It consolidates fundamental concepts and also the latest advances in plant-breeding practices including development in crop genomics. It contains crop wise explanation on origin, reproduction, genetics of yield contributing traits, biotic and abiotic stresses, nutritional improvement and crop specific plant-breeding procedures and techniques. The chapters are planned to describe crop-focused breeding procedure for the major crop plants as per their economic importance. The recent developments in breeding of field crops have been reported. The recent progress made in mapping traits of economic importance has been critically reviewed for each crop. The progress made in markers assisted selected in few crops has been summarized. This book bridges the knowledge gap and bring to the researchers and students information on modern breeding tools for developing biotic and abiotic stress tolerant, climate resilient and micronutrient rich varieties of field crops. The chapters in book are contributed by experienced Plant Breeders.

Sorghum and Pearl Millet as Climate Resilient Crops for Food and Nutrition Security

Sorghum and Pearl Millet as Climate Resilient Crops for Food and Nutrition Security
  • Author : Mahalingam Govindaraj,Wolfram Weckwerth,Palak Chaturvedi,Velu Govindan
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2022-10-03
  • Total pages : 472
  • ISBN : 9782832501436
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PDF book entitled Sorghum and Pearl Millet as Climate Resilient Crops for Food and Nutrition Security written by Mahalingam Govindaraj,Wolfram Weckwerth,Palak Chaturvedi,Velu Govindan and published by Frontiers Media SA which was released on 2022-10-03 with total hardcover pages 472, the book become popular and critical acclaim.

Sorghum in the 21st Century: Food – Fodder – Feed – Fuel for a Rapidly Changing World

Sorghum in the 21st Century: Food – Fodder – Feed – Fuel for a Rapidly Changing World
  • Author : Vilas A. Tonapi,Harvinder Singh Talwar,Ashok Kumar Are,B. Venkatesh Bhat,Ch. Ravinder Reddy,Timothy J. Dalton
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-01-04
  • Total pages : 940
  • ISBN : 9789811582493
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Sorghum is the most important cereal crop grown in the semi-arid tropics (SAT) of Africa, Asia, Australia and Americas for food, feed, fodder and fuel. It is the fifth most important cereal crop globally after rice, wheat, maize and barley, and plays a major role in global food security. Sorghum is consumed in different forms for various end-uses. Its grain is mostly used directly for food purposes. After the release of the proceedings of two international symposia in the form of books “Sorghum in Seventies” and “Sorghum in Eighties”, global sorghum research and development have not been documented at one place. Of course, few books on sorghum have been released that focus on specific issues/research areas, but comprehensive review of all aspects of recent development in different areas of sorghum science has not been compiled in the form a single book. This book is intended to fill in a void to bridge the gap by documenting all aspects of recent research and development in sorghum encompassing all the progress made, milestones achieved across globe in genetic diversity assessment, crop improvement and production, strategies for high yield, biotic and abiotic stress resistance, grain and stover quality aspects, storage, nutrition, health and industrial applications, biotechnological applications to increase production, including regional and global policy perspectives and developmental needs. This book will be an institutional effort to compile all the latest information generated in research and development in sorghum across the globe at one place.

Refining Biomass Residues for Sustainable Energy and Bioproducts

Refining Biomass Residues for Sustainable Energy and Bioproducts
  • Author : R. Praveen Kumar,Edgard Gnansounou,Jegannathan Kenthorai Raman,Gurunathan Baskar
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2019-11-08
  • Total pages : 642
  • ISBN : 9780128189979
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The utilization of various types of biomass residue to produce products such as biofuels and biochemicals means biorefinery technology using biomass residues may become a one-stop solution to the increasing need for sustainable, non-fossil sources of energy and chemicals. Refining Biomass Residues for Sustainable Energy and Bioproducts: Technology, Advances, Life Cycle Assessment and Economics focuses on the various biorefineries currently available and discusses their uses, challenges, and future developments. This book introduces the concept of integrated biorefinery systems, as well as their operation and feedstock sourcing. It explores the specificities, current developments, and potential end products of various types of residue, from industrial and municipal to agricultural and marine, as well as residue from food industries. Sustainability issues are discussed at length, including life cycle assessment, economics, and cost analysis of different biorefinery models. In addition, a number of global case studies examine successful experiences in different regions. This book is an ideal resource for researchers and practitioners in the field of bioenergy and waste management who are looking to learn about technologies involved in residue biorefinery systems, how to reduce their environmental impacts, and how to ensure their commercial viability. Explores a range of different biorefinery categories, such as industrial, agricultural, and marine biomass residues Includes a Life Cycle Assessment of biorefinery models, in addition to costs and market analysis. Features case studies from around the world and is written by an international team of authors

Molecular Breeding in Wheat, Maize and Sorghum

Molecular Breeding in Wheat, Maize and Sorghum
  • Author : Mohammad Anwar Hossain,Mobashwer Alam,Saman Seneweera,Sujay Rakshit,Robert J. Henry
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release Date : 2021-06-30
  • Total pages : 550
  • ISBN : 9781789245431
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The global population is projected to reach almost 10 billion by 2050, and food and feed production will need to increase by 70%. Wheat, maize and sorghum are three key cereals which provide nutrition for the majority of the world's population. Their production is affected by various abiotic stresses which cause significant yield losses. The effects of climate change also increase the frequency and severity of such abiotic stresses. Molecular breeding technologies offer real hope for improving crop yields. Although significant progress has been made over the last few years, there is still a need to bridge the large gap between yields in the most favorable and most stressful conditions.

Omics Approach to Manage Abiotic Stress in Cereals

Omics Approach to Manage Abiotic Stress in Cereals
  • Author : Aryadeep Roychoudhury,Tariq Aftab,Krishnendu Acharya
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022
  • Total pages : 610
  • ISBN : 9789811901409
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The edited book highlights various emerging Omics tools and techniques that are currently being used in the analysis of responses to different abiotic stress in agronomically important cereals and their applications in enhancing tolerance mechanism. Plants are severely challenged by diverse abiotic stress factors such as low water availability (drought), excess water (flooding/ waterlogging), extremes of temperatures (cold, chilling, frost, and heat), salinity, mineral deficiency, and heavy metal toxicity. Agronomically important cereal crops like Rice, Wheat, Maize, Sorghum, Pearl Millet, Barley, Oats, Rye, Foxtail Millets etc. that are the major sources of food material and nutritional components for human health are mostly exposed to abiotic stresses during the critical phases of flowering and grain yield. Different Omics platforms like genomics, transcriptomics proteomics, metabolomics and phenomics, in conjunction with breeding and transgenic technology, and high throughput technologies like next generation sequencing, epigenomics, genome editing and CRISPR-Cas technology have emerged altogether in understanding abiotic stress response and strengthening defense and tolerance mechanism of different cereals. This book is beneficial to different universities and research institutes working with different cereal crops in the areas of stress physiology, stress-associated genes and proteins, genomics, proteomics, genetic engineering, and other fields of molecular plant physiology. The book can also be used as advanced textbook for the course work of research and masters level students. It will be of use to people involved in ecological studies and sustainable agriculture. The proposed book bring together the global leaders working on environmental stress in different cereal crops and motivate scientists to explore new horizons in the relevant areas of research.

Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistant Cereal Crops

Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistant Cereal Crops
  • Author : Chittaranjan Kole
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-08-31
  • Total pages : 323
  • ISBN : 9783030758790
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This book presents deliberations on molecular and genomic mechanisms underlying the interactions of crop plants to the biotic stresses caused by different diseases and pests that are important to develop resistant crop varieties. Knowledge on the advanced genetic and genomic crop improvement strategies including molecular breeding, transgenics, genomic-assisted breeding, and the recently emerging genome editing for developing resistant varieties in cereal crops is imperative for addressing FHNEE (food, health, nutrition, energy, and environment) security. Whole genome sequencing of these crops followed by genotyping-by-sequencing has provided precise information regarding the genes conferring resistance useful for gene discovery, allele mining, and shuttle breeding which in turn opened up the scope for 'designing' crop genomes with resistance to biotic stresses. The eight chapters each dedicated to a cereal crop in this volume elucidate on different types of biotic stresses and their effects on and interaction with the crop; enumerate on the available genetic diversity with regard to biotic stress resistance among available cultivars; illuminate on the potential gene pools for utilization in interspecific gene transfer; present brief on classical genetics of stress resistance and traditional breeding for transferring them to their cultivated counterparts; depict the success stories of genetic engineering for developing biotic stress-resistant crop varieties; discuss on molecular mapping of genes and QTLs underlying stress resistance and their marker-assisted introgression into elite varieties; enunciate on different genomics-aided techniques including genomic selection, allele mining, gene discovery, and gene pyramiding for developing adaptive crop varieties with higher quantity and quality of yields, and also elaborate some case studies on genome editing focusing on specific genes for generating biotic stress-resistant crops.

Plant Stress

Plant Stress
  • Author : Swarnendu Roy
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022
  • Total pages : 453
  • ISBN : 9783030953652
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This book presents an inclusive approach to deal with plant stresses in light of recent technological advances. As we have entered into a new decade, researchers and scientists should review and evaluate the recent findings in the field of plant stress management and visualize what we need to focus upon in the near future to increase crop yield. Above all, global climate changes present the greatest challenges of all time for plant scientists. In this context, the book highlights the recent findings and future perspectives in crop improvement to the faculties, scientists, research scholars, and postgraduate students. Major features of the book include an inclusive approach in understanding the mechanism of stress tolerance; recent advances and innovations in the field of allied disciplines like microbiology, molecular biology, biotechnology, plant breeding, nanobiotechnology, etc., for improving plant stress tolerance; and illustrative sketches to convey the mechanism and strategies of stress alleviation.

Prospects of Renewable Bioprocessing in Future Energy Systems

Prospects of Renewable Bioprocessing in Future Energy Systems
  • Author : Ali Asghar Rastegari,Ajar Nath Yadav,Arti Gupta
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release Date : 2019-04-03
  • Total pages : 528
  • ISBN : 9783030144630
  • File Size : 47,9 Mb
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This book discusses various renewable energy resources and technologies. Topics covered include recent advances in photobioreactor design; microalgal biomass harvesting, drying, and processing; and technological advances and optimised production systems as prerequisites for achieving a positive energy balance. It highlights alternative resources that can be used to replace fossil fuels, such as algal biofuels, biodiesel, bioethanol, and biohydrogen. Further, it reviews microbial technologies, discusses an immobilization method, and highlights the efficiency of enzymes as a key factor in biofuel production. In closing, the book outlines future research directions to increase oil yields in microalgae, which could create new opportunities for lipid-based biofuels, and provides an outlook on the future of global biofuel production. Given its scope, the book will appeal to all researchers and engineers working in the renewable energy sector.

Agricultural Biotechnology: Latest Research and Trends

Agricultural Biotechnology: Latest Research and Trends
  • Author : Dinesh Kumar Srivastava,Ajay Kumar Thakur,Pankaj Kumar
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-01-08
  • Total pages : 727
  • ISBN : 9789811623394
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This book caters to the need of researchers working in the ever-evolving field of agricultural biotechnology. It discusses and provides in-depth information about latest advancements happening in this field. The book discusses evolution of plant tissue culture techniques, development of doubled haploids technology, role of recombinant-DNA technology in crop improvement. It also provides an insight into the global status of genetically modified crops, use of RNAi technology and mi-RNAs in plant improvement. Chapters are also dedicated for different branches of ‘omics’ science including genomics, bioinformatics, proteomics, metabolomics and phenomics along with the use of molecular markers in tagging and mapping of various genes/QTLs of agronomic importance. This book also covers the role of enzymes and microbes in agriculture in productivity enhancement. It is of interest to teachers, researchers of biotechnology and agriculture scientists. Also the book serves as additional reading material for undergraduate and postgraduate students of biotechnology, agriculture, horticulture, forestry, ecology, soil science, and environmental sciences. National and international biotechnologists and agricultural scientists will also find this to be a useful read.

Bioethanol

Bioethanol
  • Author : Ayerim Y. Hernández Almanza,Nagamani Balagurusamy,Héctor Ruiz Leza,Cristóbal N. Aguilar
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2022-07-07
  • Total pages : 542
  • ISBN : 9781000565133
  • File Size : 47,5 Mb
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This new book, Bioethanol: Biochemistry and Biotechnological Advances, presents some insightful perspectives and important advances in the bioethanol industry. The volume goes into detail on the biochemical and physiological parameters carried out by the main bioethanol-producing microorganisms as well as the discusses the potential applications that bioproducts can have and the advantages they generate. The chapter authors discuss a variety of issues, including the physiology of ethanol production by yeasts, by Zymomonas mobilis, and by Clostridium thermocellum. Other sources of biofuel, such as sweet sorghum, Agave americana L. leaves waste, and fungi are included as well. Chapters also discuss the genetic regulation and genetic engineering of principal microorganisms and then go on to address ways to increase ethanol tolerance in industrially important ethanol fermenting organisms, methods for developing sustainable fermentable substrates, and new strategies for ethanol purification. Chapters explore the design and engineering requirements for bioreactors, bioelectrosynthesis of ethanol via bioelectrochemical systems, and more. The book will be a valuable resource for faculty and students in this area as well as for scientists, researchers, and managers in the biofuel industry in the area of biofuel production, fermentation process, environmental engineering and all other related scientific areas.

Food and Agricultural Byproducts as Important Source of Valuable Nutraceuticals

Food and Agricultural Byproducts as Important Source of Valuable Nutraceuticals
  • Author : Chukwuebuka Egbuna,Barbara Sawicka,Johra Khan
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-07-12
  • Total pages : 257
  • ISBN : 9783030987602
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Food and agricultural by-products are leftovers or wastes from parts of foods, fruits, vegetables and animal sources which are obtained after processing. Agricultural by-products includes peels and rinds from citrus fruits, pineapple, mango, and banana. Other notable ones are pomace from apple, olive, red beet, and those from wine making. Also, whey from milk, straws, hulls, and brans from grains are among top agricultural by-products. These by-products often impact the environment and the social-economic sectors when they are disposed. But with the recent advances in biotechnology and scientific research, scientists have found usefulness in some of these byproducts as sources of valuable nutraceuticals, a term used to refer to chemical entities present in foods that has the propensity to impact health for disease prevention and treatment. This book entitled ‘Food and agricultural by-products as important source of valuable nutraceuticals’ presents detailed information about major agricultural byproducts that are rich in nutraceuticals. The nature and the type of nutraceuticals that they contains and their health promoting benefits were presented. The editors and chapter contributors are renowned experts from key institutions around the globe. This book will be useful to students, teachers, food chemists, nutritionists, nutritional biochemists, food biotechnologists among others. Key features Ø Highlights the health promotion benefits of nutraceuticals Ø Presents information on agrifood by-products as sources of nutraceuticals Ø Discusses functional nutraceuticals from peels, rinds, pomace, hull, bran etc

Strategies and Tools for Pollutant Mitigation

Strategies and Tools for Pollutant Mitigation
  • Author : J. Aravind,M. Kamaraj,S. Karthikeyan
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022
  • Total pages : 239
  • ISBN : 9783030982416
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This book offers an overview of the latest work in environmental remediation and waste management coming out of developing nations. It is split into two sections: one on state-of-the-art sustainable remediation approaches, and the other covering waste management for a cleaner environment The ten chapters in this book are structured as reviews that assimilate recent works in these areas; they provide a centralized resource for scholars in developing nations who are working in environmental remediation and waste management. The volume will be of interest to sustainability researchers, environmental engineers, industry managers and agricultural scientists.

Millets and Millet Technology

Millets and Millet Technology
  • Author : Anil Kumar,Manoj Kumar Tripathi,Dinesh Joshi,Vishnu Kumar
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2021-08-01
  • Total pages : 438
  • ISBN : 9789811606762
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Millets are small-grained, annual, warm weather cereal. The millets offer both nutritional and livelihood security of human population and fodder security of diverse livestock population in dryland region of India. Millets are highly nutritious, they are known as health foods especially for control of diabetes and mineral deficiencies. One of the major factors for declining consumption of millets is the lack of awareness of their nutritive value and inconvenience of their preparation. This book covers both, chemistry and novel technology for millet processing and development. It summarizes the latest information on millets, their nutritional and health benefits, historical perspective, utilization, R&D efforts, present status and the importance being given by policy makers for promoting millets for sustainable agriculture and healthy society. The book is compiled by various experts keeping in view syllabi of different research institutions, researchers, students as well requirement of the industry. It will serve as instructional material for researchers in food science, microbiology, process engineering, biochemistry, biotechnology and reference material for those working in industry and R & D labs.

Bioactive compounds, lifestyle factors and neurodegenerative diseases

Bioactive compounds, lifestyle factors and neurodegenerative diseases
  • Author : Binosha Fernando,Stephanie R. Rainey-Smith,Tejal Shah
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2023-01-20
  • Total pages : 249
  • ISBN : 9782832512029
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PDF book entitled Bioactive compounds, lifestyle factors and neurodegenerative diseases written by Binosha Fernando,Stephanie R. Rainey-Smith,Tejal Shah and published by Frontiers Media SA which was released on 2023-01-20 with total hardcover pages 249, the book become popular and critical acclaim.

Cereal Grains

Cereal Grains
  • Author : Gulzar Ahmad Nayik,Tabussam Tufail,Faqir Muhammad Anjum,Mohammad Javed Ansari
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2023-03-02
  • Total pages : 447
  • ISBN : 9781000831863
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Ever since the beginnings of agriculture, cereals have provided unlimited health benefits to mankind as a staple food in our diet. Cereals are rich in complex carbohydrates that provide us ample energy, and help to prevent many diseases such as constipation, colon disorders, and high blood sugar levels. They enrich our overall health with abundant proteins, fats, lipids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. In every part of the world cereals are consumed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Cereal Grains: Composition, Nutritional Attributes, and Potential Applications provides an overview of cereals including their properties, chemical composition, applications, postharvest losses, storage, and quality. Various well-versed researchers across the globe share their knowledge and experience covering cereal’s role in food security, allergens in grains, phytochemical profile, industrial applications, health benefits, global standard of cereals, and recent advances in cereal processing. Key Features: Contains comprehensive information on general composition and properties of cereals. Discusses the recent advances in cereal technology Provides knowledge on bioactive characterization of cereal grains Contain information on future aspect of grain quality and allergens in cereal grains This handbook is a valuable resource for students, researchers, and industrial practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge and insights on cereal science. Researchers, scientists, and other professionals working in various cereal processing industries and other horticultural departments will also find the comprehensive information relevant to their work.

Sustainable Remedies for Abiotic Stress in Cereals

Sustainable Remedies for Abiotic Stress in Cereals
  • Author : Arafat Abdel Hamed Abdel Latef
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-11-17
  • Total pages : 679
  • ISBN : 9789811951213
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This book is an elaborate account of the effects of abiotic stressors on cereals crops. It not only discusses the impacts of abiotic stress on the crops but also the physiological, biochemical, and molecular strategies applied in plant of cereal crops to alleviate the detrimental effects of abiotic stressors. The book also elaborates on various molecular response to the abiotic stress. It is a knowledgebase providing readers latest updates on development of high-performance diagnostics, stress induced responses, genomics, phenomics and metabolomics involved in abiotic stress tolerance of cereal food crops. The book is useful for plant scientists and research scholars. Post graduate students of agriculture sciences, plant physiology, botany and biochemistry also benefit from this compilation.

Next-generation Sequencing and Agriculture

Next-generation Sequencing and Agriculture
  • Author : Philipp Bayer,David Edwards
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release Date : 2022-07-12
  • Total pages : 218
  • ISBN : 9781789247824
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Genome sequencing has become a basic tool of plant and animal breeding. Reduced costs have allowed the sequencing of thousands of plant lines or cultivars, leading to previously unobtainable insights into genetic impacts during breeding and generating large numbers of novel candidate breeding genes. This book summarizes the impacts that the genome sequencing revolution has had on agriculture with reference to applications across species and locations. It explains new techniques and their use in understanding epigenetics, breeding and conservation. It is a useful resource for scientists wanting to learn how different fields of agriculture have adapted novel genome sequencing technologies to their requirements, and for those wanting to transfer technologies and lessons learned from one field of agriculture to another. This book is a useful resource for students and researchers in biotechnology, genetics, genomics and breeding.