The present volume “Crop Improvement: Physiological, Biotechnological and Nanotechnological Approaches” is compiled to recount recent contributions in the varied fields of crop improvement especially focusing on the role of plant physiology, biotechnology and nanotechnology. A perusal of various titles comprising this volume shows that they cover : Tailoring Crop Plants for Adverse Conditions via Transgenic Approach, Genomic Tools in Crop Improvement, Diversity Arrays Technology (Dart) Markers - Accelerating Crop Improvement, Improving Nutritional Qualities of Food Crops, Recent Advances in Phylogenetic Relationships Among the U-triangle Six Brassica L. Species, Sugar-Mediated Signal Transduction: Role in Assimilate Allocation and Transport, Plant Peptides: New Modulators of Plant Growth and Development, and Nanotechnology – A New Revolution in Agriculture The ten articles cover wide varieties of topics (biotechnology (7), Plant physiology (2) and nanotechnology (1). The topics are bound to whip up enthusiasm among the readers and create eagerness to dwell into new information and insights, especially with the speed of new discoveries being made regularly. The book is useful for postgraduates and researchers in plant biotechnology, plant physiology and related areas e.g. biosciences, agriculture, food sciences, biochemistry etc. It would also be of interest to agriculture scientists as well as professionals working in the plant biotechnology industry.
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||Gulzar S. Sanghera (ed.), Shabir H. Wani (ed.), Pushp Sharma (ed.), C.P. Malik (ed.)
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||Aavishkar Publishers & Distributors
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