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Advances in Plant Biotechnology (Revised Edition)

Author Name : GP Rao, Yipeng Zhao, VV Radchuk and SK Bhatnagar

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  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC, USA
  • Edition : Revised Edition
  • ISBN 10 : 1-62699-114-6
  • Page no : 598
  • Publication Year : 2019
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Plant biotechnology is an extension of this traditional plant breeding with one very important difference Plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of a greater variety of genetic information in a more precise, controlled manner. Unlike traditional plant breeding, which involves the crossing of hundreds or thousands of genes, plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of only one or a few desirable genes. Plant biotechnology allows the transfer of only one or a limited number of desirable genes such more precise technology allows plant breeding to develop crops with specific beneficial traits white avoiding any undesirable background. The volume comprises of 18 chapters contributed by the internationally recognized experts from different parts of the world all of whom have deep knowledge and research experience in plant biotechnology. The volume is relevant and timely in view to the rapidly expanding international trade of biotechnology for crop improvements. This may also facilitate researchers on novel approaches for finding and management of various issues in crop biotechnology on a global scale.
Title Advances in Plant Biotechnology (Revised Edition)
Table of Content Multiple Gene Transfer to Plants, RNAi Technology for Crop Improvement, Whisker-Mediated Transformation: the Simplest Method for Direct Gene Transfer in Higher Plants, Chloroplast Genome in Plants and Crop Improvement, Genetic Engineering Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crops, What Chemical Weapons Do Plants Use to Fight Against Pathogens, Progress in Citrus Tissue Culture: Achievements and Limitations, Progress in Genetic Transformation and Gene Cloning of Citrus, Cotton Biotechnology: Challenge the Future for Cotton Improvement, Sugarcane Biotechnology: a Perspective on Recent Developments and Emerging Opportunities, Developments in Micropropagation of Sugarcane, A Medicinal Woody Plant, Phellodendron amurense Rupr: In Vitro Plant Regeneration through Protoplast Cultures, Somaclonal Variation in Micro-propagated Plants of Rhubarb (Rhenum rhaponticum L.) PC49, Towards Molecular Breeding of Durable Soybean mosaic virus Resistant Soybeans, Recent Developments and Future Prospects of Gene Transfer in Allium Species, Cloning of Conifers, with Emphasis on Mature Trees, Engineering Insect/Pest Resistance in Crop Plants: Promises, Constraints and Concerns, Engineering Disease Resistance in Crop Plants, Advances in Detection of Apple Proliferation Phytoplasma, Subject index.
Page No. 598
Author's Name GP Rao, Yipeng Zhao, VV Radchuk and SK Bhatnagar
Publisher Studium Press LLC, USA
Year Of Publication 2019
ISBN 10 1-62699-114-6
ISBN 13 No
About The Book Plant biotechnology is an extension of this traditional plant breeding with one very important difference Plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of a greater variety of genetic information in a more precise, controlled manner. Unlike traditional plant breeding, which involves the crossing of hundreds or thousands of genes, plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of only one or a few desirable genes. Plant biotechnology allows the transfer of only one or a limited number of desirable genes such more precise technology allows plant breeding to develop crops with specific beneficial traits white avoiding any undesirable background. The volume comprises of 18 chapters contributed by the internationally recognized experts from different parts of the world all of whom have deep knowledge and research experience in plant biotechnology. The volume is relevant and timely in view to the rapidly expanding international trade of biotechnology for crop improvements. This may also facilitate researchers on novel approaches for finding and management of various issues in crop biotechnology on a global scale.
Binding type Hard bound
Book Size(len) No
Series No
book size(hei) 9.6
Book size width 6.4
Edition Revised Edition

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