Crop Physiology, 1st Edition

Applications for Genetic Improvement and Agronomy

 
Crop Physiology, 1st Edition,Victor Sadras,Daniel Calderini,ISBN9780123744319
 
 
 

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The only book that presents a holistic approach to sustainable agriculture and plant physiology

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Key Features

* Provides a view of crop physiology as an active source of methods, theories, ideas and tools for application in genetic improvement and agronomy

* Written by leading scientists from around the world with publication records of demonstrable influence and impact

* Combines environment-specific cropping systems and general principles of crop science to appeal to advanced students and scientists in agriculture-related disciplines, from molecular sciences to natural resources management

Description

Never before has a holistic approach to sustainable agriculture and plant physiology been presented in one source.

This book compiles a multi-authored and international perspective on the ways in which crop physiology could be integrated with other disciplines. With a focus on genetic improvement and agronomy, this book addresses the challenges of environmentally sound production of bulk and quality food, fodder, fiber and energy, which are of ongoing international concern.

Readership

Primary:
Agronomists; plant geneticists and plant breeding professionals; crop physiologists, ecologists, and ecophysiologists; plant physiologists
Secondary:
horticultural scientists; those involved with grain and cereal crops and sustainable agriculture; environmental microbiologists
Tertiary:
Students of plant breeding and crop ecophysiology

Victor Sadras

Affiliations and Expertise

South Australian R&D Institute, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Daniel Calderini

Affiliations and Expertise

Universidad Austral, Chile

Crop Physiology, 1st Edition

1. Sustainable Agriculture and Crop Physiology
Victor Sadras, Daniel Calderini and David Connor

Part 1 -Farming Systems: Case Studies
2. Farming Systems of Australia: Exploiting the Synergy between Genetic Improvement and Agronomy
3. Farming Systems of Argentina: Yield Constraints and Risk Management
4. Improving Farming Systems in Northern European Conditions
5. Cereal-based Cropping Systems in Asia: Nutrition and Disease Management

Part 2 - Capture and Efficiency in the Use of Resources: Quantitative Frameworks
6. Improving Productivity to Face Water Scarcity in Irrigated Agriculture
7. Crop Radiation Capture and Use Efficiency: A Framework for Crop Growth Analysis
8. Quantifying Crop Responses to Nitrogen Deficiency and Avenues to Improve Nitrogen-use Efficiency

Part 3 - Crop physiology, Genetic Improvement,
9. Darwinian Agriculture: Real, Imaginary and Complex Trade-offs as Constraints and Opportunities
10. Modelling Crop Improvement in a G x E x M Framework via Gene-trait-phenotype Relationships
11. Integration of Biotechnology, Plant Breeding and Crop Physiology: Dealing with Complex Interactions from a Physiological Perspective
12. Crop Development: Genetic Control, Environmental Modulation and Relevance for Genetic Improvement of Crop Yield
13. Crop Roots Systems Form and Function: Improving the Capture of Water and Nutrients with Vigorous Root Systems
14. Integrated Views in Plant Breeding: Modern Approaches for an Old Topic
15. Genetic Improvement of Grain Crops: Yield Potential
16. Management and Breeding Strategies for the Improvement of Grain and Oil Quality
17. Dynamics of Crop-Pathogen Interactions: From Gene to Continental Scale
18. Improving Crop Competitiveness with Weeds: Adaptations and Tradeoffs
19. Dynamic and Functional Monitoring Technologies for Applications in Crop Management
20. Crop Physiology, Modelling and Climate Change: Impact and Adaptation Strategies
21. Whither Crop Physiology?
 
 
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