3 edition of Mycorrhizal biotechnology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Devarajan Thangadurai, Carlos Alberto Busso, Mohamed Hijri.|
|Contributions||Thangadurai, D., Busso, Carlos Alberto., Hijri, Mohamed.|
|LC Classifications||QK604.2 .M962 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010006486|
Mycorrhizal research has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few decades. These fungi promise to promote plant growth, maintain plant and soil health, assist in bio-protection against root diseases, production with reduced fertilizer and pesticides & nutrient acquisition, affect soil skeletal structure holding primary soil particles together, are conductive to formation of microaggregate. Microalgal Biotechnology presents an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the microalgae-based processes and products. Divided into 10 discreet chapters, the book covers topics on applied technology of microalgae. Microalgal Biotechnology provides an insight into future developments in each field and extensive bibliography.
Mycorrhiza, also spelled Mycorhiza, an intimate association between the branched, tubular filaments (hyphae) of a fungus (kingdom Fungi) and the roots of higher plants. The association is usually of mutual benefit (symbiotic): a delicate balance between host plant and symbiont results in enhanced nutritional support for each member. The establishment and growth of certain plants (e.g., citrus. Evolution. Mycorrhizal symbioses are ubiquitous in terrestrial ecosystems, and it is possible that these associations helped to facilitate land colonization by plants. There is paleobiological and molecular evidence that arbuscular mycorrhizas (AM) originated at least million years ago.. EcM plants and fungi exhibit a wide taxonomic distribution across all continents (apart from Antarctica.
How to Cite. Bayman, P., Mosquera-Espinosa, A. T. and Porras-Alfaro, A. () Mycorrhizal Relationships of Vanilla and Prospects for Biocontrol of Root Rots, in Handbook of Vanilla Science and Technology (eds D. Havkin-Frenkel and F. C. Belanger), Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: /ch Book Description. Contributions from 80 world-renowned authorities representing a broad international background lend Fungal Biotechnology in Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Applicationsfirst-class information on the biotechnological potential of entomopathogenic fungi and ergot alkaloids, applications of Trichoderma in disease control, and the development of mycoherbicides.
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Mycorrhizal Biotechnology 1st Edition by Devarajan Thangadurai (Editor), Carlos Alberto Busso (Contributor), Mohamed Hijri (Contributor) & ISBN ISBN X.
Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Mycorrhizal Biotechnology - CRC Press Book Several studies have demonstrated that mycorrhizal associations play vital role in plant nutrition.
They greatly increase the efficiency of nutrient and water uptake, enhance resistance to pathogens, and buffer plant species against several environmental stresses and drought resistance.
Arbuscular mycorrhiza and soil microbes Mycorrhizal biotechnology book Mohammad Miransari --Ectomycorrhizae and forest plants fitness / L. Montecchio and L. Scattolin --Role of VAM in nutrient uptake of crop plants / V.
Davamani [and others] --Advances in mass production technology of arbuscular mycorrhiza / A. Khaliq, D.J. Bagyaraj and M. Alam --Biomass production. Book Description. Several studies have demonstrated that mycorrhizal associations play vital role in plant nutrition.
They greatly increase the efficiency of nutrient and water uptake, Mycorrhizal biotechnology book resistance to pathogens, and buffer plant species against several environmental stresses and drought resistance. Mycorrhizal Functioning will be of interest to professionals and graduate students in microbiology, ecology, mycology, plant pathology, plant science, and soil science.
Those working in the agricultural biotechnology industry will also benefit from the book's applications perspective. DOI link for Mycorrhizal Biotechnology.
Mycorrhizal Biotechnology book. Edited By Devarajan Thangadurai, Carlos Alberto Busso, Mohamed Hijri. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Several studies have demonstrated that mycorrhizal associations play vital role in plant nutrition.
They greatly increase the efficiency of nutrient and Book Edition: 1st Edition. Mycorrhiza State of the Art, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Eco-Function, Biotechnology, Eco-Physiology, Structure and Systematics. Editors (view affiliations) Ajit Varma; Book.
As more than 90% of all known species of plants have the potential to form mycorrhizal associations, the productivity and species composition and the diversity of. SCIENTIA HORTICULTURE ELSEVIER Scientia Horticulturae 68 () l Review Applying mycorrhiza biotechnology to horticulture: significance and potentials C.
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Mycorrhizal Planet is an awesome book because it not only describes the importance of respecting living soil dynamics, it teaches how to act upon it. The chapter on practical nondisturbance techniques is especially enlightening to any serious market gardener.” --Jean-Martin Fortier, author of Cited by: 1.
WHAT ARE MYCORRHIZAE. Mycorrhizal fungi have existed since the first plants appeared on dry land more than million years ago. They form a close symbiotic relationship with plant roots.
They are called mycorrhizae from the Greek "mukés", meaning fungus, and "rhiza," meaning roots. General Biotechnology / Plant Biotechnology. Biofertilizer Mycorrhiza as Biofertilizers Mycorrhiza (fungus roots) is a distinct morphological structure which develops as a result of mutualistic symbiosis between some specific root - inhabiting fungi and plant roots.
VA mycorrhizal fungi: VA mycorrhizas can be produced on a large scale by. Mycorrhizas are symbioses between fungi and the roots of higher plants. More than 90% of all plant species have the potential to form such associations, which are often essential for optimal plant gro.
Mycorrhizal and Actinorhizal Biotechnology-Problems and Prospects. Gardner, C. Barrueco. Pages About this book. As more than 90% of all known species of plants have the potential to form mycorrhizal associations, the productivity and species composition and the diversity of natural ecosystems are frequently dependent.
Mycorrhiza Biotech, where science, technology and agriculture come together. Mycorrhiza Biotech specializes in truffle detection, analysis, and propagation, as. The book is nicely produced, with some coloured figures distributed though the text.
a collection of mainly potentially stand-alone chapters on particular aspects of mycorrhizal research. Mycorrhizal researchers will consequently use this as a source for reviews of the selected subjects covered .” (IMA Fungus, Vol. 8 (1), ). The Fungi combines a wide scope with the depth of inquiry and clarity offered by three leading fungal biologists.
The book describes the astonishing diversity of the fungi, their complex life cycles, and intriguing mechanisms of spore release.
from book Mycorrhizal Technology in Agriculture: Advanced scientific knowledge on arbuscular mycorrhizal symbioses recently enhanced potential for implementation of mycorrhizal biotechnology. It is known that fungal endophytes such as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) permit the plant to perform better under unfavorable environmental and soil conditions.
Endophytes can also produce substances with potential for use in industry, agriculture, and : Marcela C. Pagano, Partha P. Dhar. In book: The Mycorrhizal Symbiosis in Mediterranean Environment: Importance in Ecosystem Stability and in Soil Rehabilitation Strategies, Publisher: Nova Publishers, Editors: Hafidi M., Duponnois.
Microbial Biotechnology is wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary activities which include recombinant DNA techniques, cloning and the application of microbes to the production of goods from bread to antibiotics.
This book is an attempt to highlight the significant aspects of the vast subject area of microbial biotechnology likes bioinformatics tool. The Paperback of the Mycorrhiza: State of the Art, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Eco-Function, Biotechnology, Eco-Physiology, Structure and Systematics.
Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Author: Ajit Varma.Mycorrhizal Research, Microbial Biotechnology, Plant Tissue Culture and Molecular Biology, and Plant Biotechnology.
It is actively engaged in mycorrhizal research. The Mycorrhiza Network has specifically been created to help scientists across the globe in carrying out research on mycorrhiza.