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Phenotyping Crop Plants for Physiological and Biochemical Traits

By: P Sudhakar(Author), P Latha(Author), PV Reddy(Author)
Publisher: Academic Press
Phenotyping Crop Plants for Physiological and Biochemical Traits
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Phenotyping Crop Plants for Physiological and Biochemical Traits presents a proven range of methodologies and practices for effective, efficient, and appropriate typing of crop plants. By addressing the basic principles and precautions needed when conducting crop-based experiments, this book guides the reader in selecting the appropriate method based on the growing environment, whether greenhouse, pot, field, or liquid (hydroponic). By addressing the quantification of seed traits related to growth experiments, including their viability and vigour, this book presents methodology options for optimum yield based on potential abiotic stresses.

Contents

Introduction

Section 1
1. Various Methods of Concluding Crop Experiments

Section 2
2. Seed Physiological and Biochemical Traits

Section 3
3. Plant Growth Measurements
4. Photosynthetic Rates
5. Drought Tolerance Traits
6. Other Drought Tolerant Traits
7. Tissue Water Related Traits
8. Heat Stress Tolerance Traits
9. Oxidative Stress Tolerance Traits
10. Salinity Tolerance Traits

Section 4
11. Kernel Quality Traits
12. Carbohydrates and Related Enzymes
13. Nitrogen Compounds and Related Enzymes
14. Other Biochemical Traits
15. Plant Pigments
16. Growth Regulators

Section 5
17. Analytic Techniques

Appendices
References

Customer Reviews

Biography

P. Sudhakar is presently handling one UGC project as principal investigator. He was honoured with the Meritorious Research Scientist award by the Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University, A.P., India. He handled one national project and two-state plan projects as Principal Investigator and 7 projects as Associate leader. He has published 85 research papers in various reputed national and international journals. He attended several national and international conferences. He has got 17 years of experience in teaching and research and guided one post-graduate student as chairman and 17 postgraduate students as members. He is instrumental in releasing drought-tolerant varieties viz., Abhaya, Greeshma, Rohini and Dharani.

Dr P. Latha has handled one state plan project as Principal Investigator. She is one of the team members in releasing drought-tolerant variety Dharani. She has published 27 research papers in various reputed national and international journals. She has 7 years of experience in research and guided two postgraduate students as chairman of 8 postgraduate students.

Dr PV Reedy handled three international and one national projects as Principal Investigator. He was the founder of the phenotyping lab at Regional Agricultural Research Station, Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University, Tirupati. He is instrumental in releasing drought-tolerant varieties viz., Abhaya, Greeshma and Rohini.

By: P Sudhakar(Author), P Latha(Author), PV Reddy(Author)
Publisher: Academic Press
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