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Plant Science Reference from C.H.I.P.S.

Physiology
and Biotechnology Integration for Plant Breeding

edited by Henry T. Nguyen
and Abraham Blum


The first resource of its kind, this reference assembles current research in crop plant physiology, plant biotechnology, and plant breeding to genetically improve crop plants while supporting a productive agriculture ecosystem—providing the most innovative perspectives and molecular approaches in crop physiology for the formulation of superior crop cultivars that potentially increase yield in stress environments.

Contents

  1. Physiological Basis of Yield and Environmental Adaptation
  2. Physiology of Yield and Adaptation in Wheat and Barley Breeding
  3. Genetic Yield Improvement and Stress Tolerance in Maize
  4. Rice
  5. Sorghum Physiology
  6. Pearl Millet
  7. Comparative Ecophysiology of Cowpea, Common Bean, and Peanut
  8. The Physiological Basis of Soybean Yield Potential and Environmental Adaptation
  9. The Physiological Basis of Yield and nvironmental Adaptation
  10. Application of Biotechnology to Improve Crop Yield and Adaptation
  11. Genome Mapping and Genomic Strategies for Crop Improvement
  12. Marker-Assisted Utilization of Exotic Germplasm
  13. Heterosis of Yield: Molecular and Biochemical Perspectives
  14. Genetic Engineering for Enhancing Plant Productivity and Stress Tolerance
  15. Genome Mapping and Marker-Assisted Selection for Improving Cotton (Gossypium spp.) Productivity and Quality in Arid Regions
  16. Molecular Dissection Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Sorghum and Rice
  17. Genetic Dissection of Drought Resistance in Maize: A Case Study
  18. Physiology and Biotechnology Integration for Plant Breeding: Epilogue

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Physiology and Biotechnology
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edited by Henry T. Nguyen and Abraham Blum
2004 • 700 pages • $198.95 + shipping

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