1 edition of Plant Breeding for Biotic Stress Resistance found in the catalog.
Experience shows that biotic stresses occur with different levels of intensity in nearly all agricultural areas around the world. The occurrence of insects, weeds and diseases caused by fungi, bacteria or viruses may not be relevant in a specific year but they usually harm yield in most years. Global warming has shifted the paradigm of biotic stresses in most growing areas, especially in the tropical countries, sparking intense discussions in scientific forums. This book was written with the idea of collecting in a single publication the most recent advances and discoveries concerning breeding for biotic stresses, covering all major classes of biotic challenges to agriculture and food production. Accordingly, it presents the state-of-the-art in plant stresses caused by all microorganisms, weeds and insects and how to breed for them. Complementing Plant Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance, this book was written for scientists and students interested in learning how to breed for biotic stress scenarios, allowing them to develop a greater understanding of the basic mechanisms of resistance to biotic stresses and develop resistant cultivars.
|Statement||edited by Roberto Fritsche-Neto, Aluízio Borém|
|Contributions||Borém, Aluízio, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|LC Classifications||SB123-123.5, S494.5.B563|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||VII, 166 p. 31 illus., 13 illus. in color.|
|Number of Pages||166|
to review and discuss the application of genetic engineering in plant breeding for biotic stress resistance. The review was made on application of genetic engineering in plant breeding for biotic stress resistance such as disease, insect and weeds. Through the use of genetic engineering it is possible to develop resistant variety forCited by: 1. Biotic stress is stress that occurs as a result of damage done to an organism by other living organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, beneficial and harmful insects, weeds, and cultivated or native plants. It is different from abiotic stress, which is the negative impact of non-living factors on the organisms such as temperature, sunlight, wind, salinity, flooding and drought.
Types of stress 5. Types of resistance 6. Biotic Stress and Plant Defense Responses Pathogen Strategies 1. Necrotrophic – plant tissue killed and then colonized; broad host range e.g., rotting bacteria (Erwinia) 2. Biotrophic – plant cells remain alive, narrow host range (1 plant species) e.g., viruses, nematodes, fungal mildews 7. Biotic (e.g. pathogens) and abiotic (e.g. drought) stresses are a major limiting factors for plant growth, development and crop productivity in South Dakota and elsewhere. However, every plant has some degree of innate tolerance or resistance to such stresses but for a successful crop we need to improve the tolerance levels of these crop plants to keep pace with the future food . Plant Breeding for Biotic Stress Resistance (nd Edition) by Roberto Fritsche-Neto (Editor), Aluízio Borém (Editor), Aluizio Borem Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Need it Fast? 2 day shipping options Experience shows that biotic stresses occur with different levels of intensity in Book Edition: nd Edition.
Breeding for Abiotic Stress Resistance: Challenges and Opportunities Eduardo Blumwald1, Anil Grover2 and Allen G. Good3 1Dept of Pomology, University of California One Shields Ave, Davis, CA, USA [email protected] 2Dept of Pomology, University of California One Shields Ave, Davis, CA, USA [email protected] Breeding for Cold Tolerance (Pedro Revilla, Ana Butr n, M. Elena Cartea, Rosa Ana Malvar, and Amando Ord s) Introduction Sources of Resistance Inheritance Breeding Programs Conclusion Appendix: Sources of Germplasm for Cold Tolerance PART II: BREEDING FOR ABIOTIC STRESS TOLERANCE IN INDIVIDUAL CROPS Chapter Price Range: £ - £ Translational Genomics in Crop Breeding for Biotic Stress Resistance: An Introduction Rajeev K. Varshney and Roberto Tuberosa Abstract Biotic stresses pose a major threat to crop productivity. Crops are challenged by a plethora of biotic stresses, but only a limited number of key pests and diseases cause the vast majority of economic.
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SyntaxTextGen not activated Abiotic stresses: plant resistance through pdf and molecular approaches. Food Products Press/The Haworth Press, Inc; New York, NY: pp. – Gregorio G.B, Senadhira D, Mendoza R.D, Manigbas N.L, Roxas J.P, Guerta C.Q. Progress in breeding for salinity tolerance and associated abiotic stresses in by: Plant resistance to biotic stresses is jointly controlled by the plants’ anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, development and evolution.
Efforts to understand these mechanisms have generated a lot of data on candidate genes, quantitative trait loci (QTLs), proteins and metabolites associated with plant by: The basic concept ebook this book is to examine the use of innovative methods augmenting traditional plant breeding towards the development of new crop varieties under different environmental conditions to achieve sustainable food production.
This book consists of two volumes: Volume 1 subtitled.