Detection and Management for Sustainable Agriculture
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This book is divided into four parts, covering viral and fungal disease detection and management, nematode diseases and management, bio-control, and biotechnological approaches and impact of climate change. The authors look at the challenges of crop protection against diseases caused by plant pathogens for the most economically important crops. The establishment and management of plant diseases using conventional and eco-friendly methods are discussed with an emphasis on the use of beneficial microbes and modern biotechnological approaches.
Forlag: Apple Academic Press Inc.
Format: 23 x 15 cm
1. Viral Diseases of Okra in Ghana and Their Management
2. Current and Prospective Approaches for Plant Virus Diseases Detection
Touseef Hussain and Quazi Mohd. Imranul Haq
3. Virus Afflictions of Anticancerous Medicinal Plant Catharanthus roseus (L.)G. Don
Deepa Srivastava and K.Shukla
4. Important Diseases of Papaya1and Their Integrated Disease Management
Diganggana Talukdar, Utpal Dey, and G. P. Jagtap
5. Fungal Diversity under Different Agri-Systems and Its Beneficial Utilization in Plant Health Management
6. Mycoflora Associated with Paddy Varieties
7. Plant Disease Detection and Management: An Overview
S. M. Yahaya
Part 2: Nematode Diseases and Management
8. Role of Biological Agents for the Management of Plant Parasitic Nematodes
Aamir Raina et al.
9. Principles and Concepts of Integrated Nematode Management in Major Crops
B. S. Sunanda and Ravulapenta Sathish
Part 3: Bio-Control
10. Lichens: A Novel Group of Natural Biopesticidal Sources
Vinayaka S. Kanivebagilu and Archana R. Mesta
11. Antimicrobial Peptides from Biocontrol Agents: The Future Wave in Plant Disease Management
Vivek Sharma and Richa Salwan
Part 4: Biotechnological Approaches and Impact of Climate Change
12. Plant Disease Management Using Biotechnology: RNA Interference
Naresh Pratap Singh and Vaishali
13. Engineering Plastid Pathways: An Environment Friendly Alternative for In-Planta Transformation
Bhavin S. Bhatt and Achuit K. Singh
14. Impact of Meteorological Variables and Climate Change on Plant Diseases
A. K. Misra et al.
Ajay K. Tiwari, PhD, is a Scientific Officer at the Uttar Pradesh Council of Sugarcane Research, Shahjahnapur, India. He has published research and review articles, book chapters, and edited books. He has submitted more than 150 nucleotide sequences of plant pathogens to GenBank. He is Managing Editor of the journal Sugar Tech and Chief Editor of the journal Agrica.
Madhu Kamle, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Forestry, North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh, India. She also worked as an International Research Professor at the School of Biotechnology, Yeungnam University, Gyeongsan, Republic of Korea. Dr. Kamle has published research papers, book chapters, and an edited book.
Zafar Abbas, PhD, is Senior Associate Professor and Chairman in the P. G. Department of Botany at G. F. College (M. J. P. Rohilkhand University) in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. He has 40 years of research experience in plant and crop physiology, with a specialization in plant nutrition. He has attended several national and international seminars and conferences, authored and edited several books, and published over 30 journal articles.
Priyanka Singh, PhD, is the Scientific Officer of the Uttar Pradesh Council of Sugarcane Research, Shahjahanpur, India. She has worked at the Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research and has many years of research experience, and has organized training programs. She serves as Managing Editor for the journal Sugar Tech and as Executive Editor for the journal Agarica. Dr. Singh has authored books, book chapters, and research papers, as well as annual reports.