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Plant Biotechnology

Author : Shain-dow Kung
ISBN : 9781483192604
Genre : Science
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Plant Biotechnology provides an introduction to the fundamental life processes and reviews topics relevant to plant biotechnology. This book discusses the manipulation of biological systems to solve practical problems in industry or agriculture. Organized into four parts encompassing 18 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the fundamental techniques essential to plant biotechnology. This text then describes the various aspects of the regulation of gene expression in plants and reviews the molecular architecture of plant genes. Other chapters consider chloroplast genome from various organisms and present the practical examples of the significance and uses of biotechnology in crop improvement. This book discusses as well the methods for inducing plant gene expression in heterologous prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems. The final chapter deals with the potential for using gene transfer technology for crop improvement. This book is a valuable resource for plant physiologists, biochemists, plant scientists, genetic engineers, and evolutionary biologists.

Plants Biotechnology And Agriculture

Author : Denis Murphy
ISBN : 1780641060
Genre : Agriculture
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This book aims to provide readers with a modern perspective on plants both as biological organisms and useful resources for people to exploit. The early chapters cover plant evolution, genomics, metabolism, organization, development and responses to the environment. In each case, there is an emphasis on how biotechnology can be used to manipulate such processes for the benefit of humanity. The scope of the book ranges from the earliest evidence of pre-agricultural plant manipulation over 30,000 years ago to the latest recombinant DNA methods used in 21st-century agricultural systems. Unlike most textbooks where there is a focus on the technical aspects of genetic engineering, this book will take a wider view of what constitutes modern plant biotechnology. In addition, the broader social, economic, commercial, legal and ethical contexts of all forms of crop-related technology will also be examined. These include an analysis of the immense contributions of chemical and mechanical technologies. The role of plant biotechnology is considered in tackling enormous challenges to the welfare of human populations around the world. Such challenges include the predicted massive population increases over the next few decades, irreversible depletion of non-renewable resources of all types, and the spectre of climate change that might have unpredictable effects on crop growth, e.g. by reducing rainfall, altering temperatures, or leading to the emergence of new pests and diseases. These developments have the potential to seriously affect crop productivity in some of the most densely populated and vulnerable regions of the world.

Advanced Methods In Plant Breeding And Biotechnology

Author : David Ronald Murray
ISBN : 0851987060
Genre : Medical
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Biotechnology Plant Biotechnology Animal Cell Culture Immunobiotechnology

Author : Jack G. Chirikjian
ISBN : 0867208953
Genre : Science
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Vol. I: The work presented in these two volumes is the collaborative effort of over twenty undergraduate science faculty, whose common goal was to develop a text of unique and flexible laboratory activities focusing on the theory and practice of biotechnology for undergraduate students. The books are designed to provide flexibility for easy integration into any course in the life sciences with an experimental emphasis.

Biotechnology 5 Animal Cells Immunology Plant Biotechnology

Author : M. K. Sateesh
ISBN : 8122414516
Genre : Biotechnology
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This Book Is Designed As Per The Syllabus Of Biotechnology Paper-5 Prescribed By Bangalore University And Other Indian Universities. The Book Is Divided Into Three Parts As Follows: * Animal Cell Biotechnology * Immunology * Plant BiotechnologyThe Presentation In Each Part Is Simple And Systematic. The Basic Concepts Have Been Clearly Explained And Their Functions Are Adequately Highlighted. A Few Recent Developments Have Also Been Included To Provide A Contemporary Understanding Of The Subject.

Plant Biotechnology Series

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ISBN : LCCN:sf93032028
Genre : Plant biotechnology
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Genomics For Biosafety In Plant Biotechnology

Author : Jan-Peter Nap
ISBN : 1586034324
Genre : Science
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Currently, there is a clear gap between the issues of biosafety and its regulation on the one hand and the technological developments in genomics on the other. In plant biotechnology, research attention is rapidly shifting towards genomics and its 'omics' offspring. The various 'omics' approaches (transcriptomics, proteomics, etc.) will generate knowledge and technology applicable for the overall assessment of safety of the products made by breeding and biotechnology. Notably, the safety assessment of genetically modified (GM) crops is an issue. The purpose of this book is bridging the conceptual gap between biosafety and genomics. It discusses the use and need of plant genomics in biosafety and offers a wide variety of viewpoints, developments and issues to consider. Plant genomics could and should learn from all previous discussions on GM crops. A major issue still is to establish the limits of genomics in biosafety assessments. Does the technological feasibility that "everything" can be measured automatically imply that "everything" must be measured? Who will pay? This book will be of major interest to all researchers in academia, industry or agriculture with an interest in life sciences or social sciences, genomics and biosafety, as well as to graduate and (advanced) undergraduate students in topics as broad as plant biotechnology, genetics, food science, bioinformatics, philosophy, regulatory science and law. Moreover, the book should appeal to policy makers in governments, non-governmental organisations and other interest groups that are, or want to be, involved in shaping agriculture and food science for the future.

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