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Biotechnology in Agriculture and Environment / Arora, J.K.; Marwaha, S.S. & Grover, R. (Eds.)
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Biotechnology in Agriculture and Environment
Arora, J.K.; Marwaha, S.S. & Grover, R. (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 15740
  ISBN-10 : 81-87680-08-3 / 8187680083
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2002
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  Language : English
  viii, 324p., Figs., Tables, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Preface.
I. Methodologies for agricultural improvement: 1. Progress and prospects of plant tissue culture and genetic engineering for crop improvement/H.S. Dhaliwal. 2. Biotechnological research in private sector/Arvind Kapur. 3. Plant genetic engineering in crop improvement/D.K. Srivastava. 4. Private sector in designing crops through biotechnological route—a case study/Dwarkesh S. Parihar. 5. Biochemical and molecular approaches for disease resistance in forage legumes/P.K. Mandal, A. Chandra, C.B. Singh, A. Chatrath, P. Saxena and K.C. Pandey. 6. In vitro selection and characterization of salt stress (NaCI) tolerant cell line of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill. cv. solan gola)/Kavita Vashisht, D.K. Srivastava and D. R. Sharma. 7. Callus production, regeneration and evaluation of somaclones from cultured inflorescences of marvel grass Dichanthium Annulatum (Forssk.) Stapf./M.G. Gupta, B.V. Bhat, S. Gupta, V. Bhat, S. Gupta and B. Mal. 8. In vitro flowering in embryo rescued Pennisetum cross/P. Kaushal, A.K. Roy, S.N. Zadoo and R.N. Choubey. 9. Response of different Trifolium species for callus induction and regeneration/D.R. Malaviya, A.K. Roy, P. Kaushal, Bijendra Kumar and Aparna Tiwari. 10. Micropropagation of three-year old elite Eucalyptus Tereticornis Smith using axillary bud explants/S.K. Sharma and V. Ramamurthy. 11. In vitro callus induction and regeneration in Trifolium Alexandrinum from various explants/A.K. Roy, D.R. Malaviya, P. Kaushal, Aparna Tiwari and Bijendra Kumar. 12. Capsaicin production in hypocotyl-derived cell suspension culture of Capsicum Annuum L./Varindra S. Saikia, R. Randhawa, K.L. Bajaj and S.S. Gosal. 13. Induction of high frequency somatic embryogenesis in rice (Oryza Sativa, Indica) from young inflorescence culture: effect of explant age and culture conditions/N.A. Sahasrabudhe, M. Nandi and R.A. Bahulikar. 14. Elimination of strawberry mottle virus through shoot meristem culture/R. Kaur, Ritu Mahajan, D.R. Sharma and S.V. Bhardwaj.
II. Biomonitoring and biomanagement of environment: 1. Biotechnology and environment/M.B. Jauhari. 2. Food processing industries’ waste: opportunities, technologies, challenges and future strategies/V.K. Joshi. 3. Biological stabilization of textile and dye-stuff industrial waste/R.K. Sani and U.C. Banerjee. 4. Characterisation and evaluation of biosurfactant produced by Pseudomonas Aeruginosa IIPBI/Anuj Baruah, Virender Singh Saini and Dilip Kumar Adhikari. 5. Phenol degradation by Pseudomonas species/S. Johri, L. Verma, V. Verma and G.N. Qazi. 6. Characterization and optimization of chromium uptake by alginate immobilized cells of Anacystis Nidulans in a continuous flow bioreactor/J.I.S. Khattar, D.P. Singh and T.A. Sarma. 7. Adsorption of Cu using immobilized Penicillium sp./S.P. Mishra and G.R. Chaudhury. 8. Bioremediation of effect of Sevin residues from Sevin contaminated soil by Pseudomonas cepacia/S. Pabbi and K.G. Gupta. 9. Optimization of process parameter for the efficient treatment of dairy industry effluents/P.S. Panesar, Balwinder, Singh and S.S. Marwaha. 10. Biomethanation of agricultural and agro-industrial residues and vermiprocessing of slurry/P. Sahota and N. Sandhu.
III. Sustainability through bio-inputs: 1. Algal inoculants for sustainability in rice cultivation/S.K. Goyal. 2. Strategic considerations for the production of spirulina—a health supplement/V. Ramamurthy and R.M. Kothari. 3. Biomass utilization through oyster mushroom production/P.K. Khanna. 4. Impact of mycorrhiza in plant disease management/B.L. Jalali and Jalali. 5. Role of botanical pesticides in crop-pest management/B.N. Vyas. 6. Polyphenol content of diseased and normal plants of Zyzyphus (Zyzyphus Mauritiana Lamk) and Sesamum (Sesamum Indicum L.)Anubhuti Sharma, Anupan Mishra and Vinay Sharma. 7. Interaction effect of fungicides and Rhizobium strain in mungbean (Vigna Radiata (L.) Wilczek.)/Poonam Sharma and A.S. Khurana. 8. Mass production of biocontrol agent (Trichoderma Viride) by fermentation for the control of wilt and root-rot diseases in chickpea and peas/R.K. Khajuria, R.V.P. Sinha, V. Verma, B.R. Gupta and G.N. Qazi. 9. Development of new medicinal wine from Allium Sativum L./H.K. Tewari, Ajit Chawla and T.S. Julka. 10. Continuous methanogenesis of black liquor of pulp and paper mill in an Anaerobic Baffled Reator (ABR) using immobilized cell system/R. Grover, S.S. Marwaha and J.K. Arora.
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The promise that biotechnology holds for developing countries is well recognized. To ensure its practical applicability, it is imperative of utilize the rapid advances in biotechnology as well as optimally use the indigenous knowledge in this sector. In this context, the importance of a volume that offers a collection of concept papers and research articles on two important areas where biotechnology finds tremendous application viz. agriculture and environment can hardly be over-emphasized. The volume contains 35 papers which have been categorized in three broad sections viz. ‘Methodologies for Agricultural Improvement’, ‘Biomonitoring and Biomanagement of Environment’ and ‘Sustainability through Bio-inputs’. The lead papers in each section are planned to give an overview of the subject and reflect the research trends in relevant fields. The contributions are generously referenced and cover both basic and applied aspects as well as exemplify the biotechnological innovations for diverse problems being faced in agriculture and environment. The book is an invaluable and usable reference for agricultural and environmental scientists, especially tissue culturists, genetists, plant breeders, biochemists, microbiologists and biochemical and environmental engineers. It will also cater to the needs of post-graduate students and researchers of relevant disciplines. Also it should hold the attention of those having interest in recent trends and advances in various facets of agricultural and environmental biotechnology.
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