384 pages, no illustrations
Scientists have indicated that crop improvement will become progressively important over the next few decades as the world's population is expected to top 10 billion people, with more than eight billion in developing countries alone. "Genetic and Production Innovations in Field Crop Technology" tackles this enormous challenge by detailing the latest available research and innovations for crop breeders and physiologists for the twenty-first century. Respected multi-disciplinary scientists comprehensively discuss cutting-edge advances in field crop technology and genetic production as they keep an eye on the goal of providing nutrition to an ever-increasing populace. The text is extensively referenced and includes illustrative graphs and tables to clearly present data.
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