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Model plants and crop improvement

Model plants and crop improvement

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Published by CRC/Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crop improvement,
  • Plant molecular biology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Rajeev K. Varshney, Robert M.D. Koebner.
    ContributionsVarshney, R. K. 1973-, Koebner, Robert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB106.I47 M63 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination313 p., [4] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17155890M
    ISBN 100849330637
    ISBN 109780849330636
    LC Control Number2006017797

    Book Detail: Language: English. Pages: Author: TNAU. Price: Free. Course Outline: Principles of Plant Biotechnology. Concepts of Biotechnology; Tissue culture and its history; Scope and importance in crop improvement; Totipotency and Morphogenesis; Nutritional requirements; Techniques of in vitro cultures; Micropropagation; Haploid.   Current research is focusing on selecting potential genes that can alleviate stress and produce disease-tolerant crop variety. The novel paradigm is to investigate the potential of thiamine as a crop protection molecule in plants. Thiamine or vitamin B1 is important for primary metabolism for all living organisms. The active form, thiamine pyrophosphate (TPP), is a cofactor for the enzymes.

      The book captures much of the experience of scientists from around the world who have worked on the challenging problem of achieving crop improvement in variable crop production systems. It represents a major synthesis for workers in plant breeding, crop physiology and agronomy.   The transgenic plants overexpressing heterotrimeric G proteins and plant DNA helicases may be important for improving crop production at sub-optimal conditions. Dr. Renu Tuteja did her () and () from Lucknow University and Ph.D. () from Kanpur University.

    These adaptations will include crop management and genetic improvement. The relevance of crop models One thing to keep in mind is that there is no right or wrong model, but models with variable degrees of suitability for a certain circumstance or set of variables. There is no universal model that can provide the ultimate solution for all problems.   Genetic transformation of plants has revolutionized both basic and applied plant research. Plant molecular biology and physiology benefit from this power fool, as well as biotechnology. This book is a review of some of the most significant achievements that plant transformation has brought to the fields of Agrobacterium biology, crop improvement and, flower, fruit and tree amelioration. Also.


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Bringing together experts from across the globe, Model Plants and Crop Improvement provides a critical assessment of the potential of model plant species for crop improvement. The first comprehensive summary of the use of model plant systems, the book delineates the model species' contribution to understanding the genomes of crop species.

Bringing together experts from across the globe, Model Plants and Crop Improvement provides a critical assessment of the potential of model plant species for crop improvement.

The first comprehensive summary of the use of model plant systems, the book delineates the model species' contribution to understanding the genomes of crop species.

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The book covers the latest development in the biosciences field covering key topics in crop improvement including ‘omic approaches to improving sustainable crop production, advancement in marker technology, strategies in genetic manipulation, crop quality and sustainability and plant microbe interaction detailing on proven Model plants and crop improvement book to address critical issue for agricultural sustainability.

The book includes chapters covering the application of discoveries and research in major models (i.e., Arabidopsis and rice) for crop improvement programs and provides © by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC _Cfm Page viii Tuesday, Aug AM overviews of other model species such as Medicago, Brachypodium, and Chlamydomonas and a critical assessment of their potential for understanding the molecular.

Bringing together experts from across the globe, Model Plants and Crop Improvement provides a critical assessment of the potential of model plant species for crop improvement. The first comprehensive summary of the use of model plant systems, the book delineates the model species' contribution to understanding the genomes of crop.

Emily A. Heaton, Stephen P. Long, in Advances in Botanical Research, 2 Modelling for crop improvement. Crop models can also be used as a guide for breeding programmes or as a means to envision a crop ideotype (Boote et al., ).While simulation models can be used to predict appropriate trait phenotypes and selection protocols in breeding programmes to achieve ideotypes (Boote et al.

Model Plants and Crop Improvement particular Arabidopsis thaliana) with more tractably sized genomes as genomic models. Technical improvements in the efficiency of sequencing achieved the finishing of the Arabidopsis genome by (4 years ahead of schedule) and the sequence was released with some fanfare in Nature.

This book documents achievements (also failings) and prospects of model plant research in the context of its contribution to the advancement of crop science. The. The book explores the potentials as well as the limitations of plant breeding, and cellular and molecular techniques in plant improvement.

Comprised of 14 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the potential applications of exotic germplasm for tomato and cereal crop improvement. Plant tissue culture in crop improvement Plant tissue culture is an enabling in vitro technology from which many novel techniques have been developed to assist plant breeders.

In book: eLS. Cite this publication there is a continuing need to produce improved new cultivated varieties of crop plants. Land available for crop production is limited and has stayed at Summary: Offers a critical assessment of the potential of model plant species for crop improvement. This book provides a summary of the use of model plant systems.

It delineates the model species' contribution to understanding the genomes of crop species. A critical assessment of the status and availability of genomic resources and genomics research in model and crop plants, and devising the strategies and approaches for effectively exploiting genomics research for crop improvement have been presented in two volumes of the book.

while Volume 1, entitled “Genomics approaches and platforms. Model plants and crop improvement. by Rajeev Kumar Varshney and Robert Koebner. CRC / Taylor & Francis pages $ Hardcover SB Plant scientists from Europe, the US, Japan, and India review the theory and practice of using model plants to gain information about the biology of crop plants, as opposed to investigating the crop.

Many newly observed phenotypes are first described, then experimentally manipulated. These language-based descriptions appear in both the literature and in community datastores.

To standardize phenotypic descriptions and enable simple data aggregation and analysis, controlled vocabularies and specific data architectures have been developed. Such simplified descriptions have several advantages. The book covers the latest development in the biosciences field covering key topics in crop improvement including ‘omic approaches to improving sustainable crop production, advancement in marker technology, strategies in genetic manipulation, crop quality and sustainability and plant microbe interaction detailing on proven technologies to address critical issue for agricultural.

This volume presents basic information on plant molecular marker techniques from marker location up to gene cloning. The text includes a description of technical approaches in genome analysis such 2/5(2). Get this from a library. Model plants and crop improvement. [R K Varshney; Robert Koebner;] -- Development and Application of Genomic Models for Large-Crop Plant Genomes, R.M.D.

Koebner and R.K. VarshneyConserved Mechanisms of Dormancy and Germination as Targets for Manipulation of. The Crop Improvement and Nutritional Improvement of Crop Groups in New Delhi collaborated on an important review article describing the many roles of ascorbate peroxidase in abiotic stress tolerance in plants (Pandey et al.,Front.

Plant Sci. 20, ). Molecular Biology in Plant Pathogenesis and Disease Management Vol.1 - Microbial Plant Pathogens pdf 6 Кб Miquel F.A.W. - Genera cactearum (латинский ) pdf 1 Кб Molecular Biology in Model Plants and Crop Improvement.This volume presents basic information on plant molecular marker techniques from marker location up to gene cloning.

The text includes a description of technical approaches in genome analysis such as comparison of marker systems, positional cloning, and array techniques in 19 crop plants.The remit of Annual Plant Reviews online is to publish topical, high-quality, research-focused reviews, commissioned from leading plant scientists around the world by members of the international Editorial Board.

It is designed to be an invaluable resource for plant and crop scientists, and for professionals in all aspects of plant biology and crop improvement.