Plant Systematics and Biotechnology: Challenges and Opportunities
Edited by H K. Chourasia and D P Mishra
  • ISBN : 9788170196082
  • year : 2018
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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Contents: 1. Statistical techniques in biological studies/P. K. Sahu. 2. Current Status of the family cucurbitaceae in Bihar with reference to its uses/Gopal Krishna and Anand Kumar. 3. Diversity of algae, Fungi, Lichens and Non-flowering and flowering plants of India: an overview/P. Lakshmi Narasimhan and W. Arisdason. 4. Application of a PCR-Based DNA marker in the assessment of arsenic genotoxicity/Parimal Kumar Khan. 5. Nematode Diseases of major medicinal and aromatic crops and its bio-management/Rakesh Pandey, Rupali Gupta and Akanksha Singh. 6. Conservation of wild nutmegs in western ghats/Sujana K. A.,R. Saravanan and S. Nagaraju. 7. Dark Septate endophytic fungi- a unique root endo-symbiont/Sikha Dutta, Avishek Sarkar and Rebeca Ghanta. 8. Trichoderma Spp : Nature’s Giftto Mankind/Ratul Moni Ram and H.B. Singh. 9. Photoprotective property of three plant derived extracts/Swastika Banerjee, Moumita Das, Sumita Mondaland Abhijit Bandyopadhyay. 10. Role of trees in pollution abatement/Veena Chandra. 11. Micropropagation and in Vitroconservation of Variability inrice Landrace Jhingasail of eastern India/Ashim Chakravorty. 12. Application of plant tissue culture in conservation of rare, endangered and endemic species/Ashiho A. Mao. 13. Exploration of macro- morphological and micro- morphological structures of cypselae In ten species of the tribe anthemideae (Asteraceae)/Abhijit Shil and Sobhan K. Mukherjee. 14. Microscopic analysis of cypselar features in five species of the tribe Astereae (Asteraceae)/Madhushri Das Datta and Sobhan Kr Mukherjee. 15. A Checklist of the flora of Saranda forest division/Hari Shankar Lal, Kartik Pramanik, Sharmistha Ganguly and Vinay Ranjan. 16. Development of simple methodology for assessment of clonal stability of tissue culture raised date palmplant using inter simple sequence repeat (Issr) Marker/Nitish Kumar, Arpan Modi, Bhavesh Gajera Andnarayan Subhash. 17. Floristic Assessment of Udhwa Lakebird Wildlife Sanctuary, Sahibganj,Jharkhand/Onkar Nath Maurya.18. Cypselar Morphology of twenty three species of the family compositae/Dipanwita Das, Bidyut Kumar Jana Andsobhan Kr. Mukherjee. 19. The dynamic confluence of plants systematics and biotechnology:A Reassessment/D. K. Verma, S.A. Dand and H. K. Chourasia. 20. Transgenic Plants: Methods and current innovations/Bishun Deo Prasad, Diksha Kumari, Sangita Sahni and Tushar Ranjan. 21. Emerging technologies for crop improvement/R. S. Singh, Kumari Rekha, A. K. Pal, P. K. Singh, Ujjwal Kumar and D.Thakur. 22. Biological control of wilt disease of D. Sissoo through soil amendment with trichoderma and organic nutrients/R. S. Mishra, H. K. Chourasia and A. K. Roy. 23. Biophysics : A tool for metabolic profiling in plant systematics/Sanjay K. Choudhary. 24. A Comparative Study of petal venation of Sida Rhombifolia L. and Sida Cordifolia L./Satarupa Nath and Sobhan Kumar Mukherjee. 25. In Vitro antimycotic effect of daturaleaf extracts against fusarium causing wilts in some crop plants/V. Jalander and B.D. Gachande. 26. Pgpr in plant development : abiotechnological approach/Tamanna Sultana and Arup Kumar Mitra. 27. Scanning tunelling microscopeas a modern tool for study of surface morphology of solids/S. N. Choudhary. 28. Problems and prospects of Makhana cultivation in Katihar District of Bihar/Meenu Sodi and Sanjib Kumar. 29. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)For Plant Genetic resource and Crop varieties in India/Ashish Ranjan, Pawan Kumar and Alok Kumar. 30. Statistical computing in bio-statistics with Spss/Nesar Ahmad. 31. Systematic Botany : challanges and opportunities/Alok Kumar, Pawan Kumar and Ashish Ranjan. 32. Systematic account of family musaceae in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands/Lal Ji Singh, Sanjay Mishra, Vivek, C. P. Andgautam Anuj Ekka. 33. Benefits, advantages and applications of biotechnology in agriculture-an overview/H. K. Chourasia and D. P. Mishra. 34. Plant biotechnology and its application in fruit crops/ Pawan Kumar, Alok Kumar, Ashish Ranjan and Shashi Kant. 35. Biodiversity and their Conservation on sustainable basis/Veena Singh and R. N. Yadava. 36. Innovative methods of teaching to update quality education in India/Abha Anand. 37. A Review of Jatropha Curcas : an alternative to fossil fuel/Arvind Kumar. 38. Biochemical reagent based screening of phyto-constituents of some edible mushrooms/Puja Kumari, V. B. Lal and S. K. Choudhary. 39. Biotechnology in conservation of germplasm of biodiversity/Raj Kishore Mahto and B. K. Choudhary. 40. Origin and taxonomy of Garlic(Allium Sativum L.): A Review/Sangeeta Shree and B. C. Saha. 41. Removal of Arsenic and chromium from groundwater by plant bioaccumulation : an Overview/Ujjwal Kumar, A. K. Jha, R. S. Singh and H. K. Chourasia. 42. Biotechnological stand points regarding molecular techniques used for plant diversity studies and research/Sudha Jala Kohli. The knowledge of plant systematics is useful in understanding flora at fundamental taxonomic, structural, functional and metabolic level since it gives a comprehensive and complete information based on biological classification of plants. Each plant is assigned a proper position in the hierarchy of flora, with checkpoints and filters to store useful information and keep some in storage.Plant improvisation in terms of modifications or introduction of altogether new features can be done using modern biotechnological techniques based on tissue culture,molecular biology, enzymology, fermentation, plant breeding and genetics, microbiologyetc. for improved plant growth, better adaptation and survival, crop yield in terms of improved disease and climate change resistance etc., converting plant bioresources into dynamic bioreactors which can become sources of useful metabolites, compounds, drugs,enzymes, vaccines etc. In addition new hybrid varieties with improved features can be developed after focusing upon plant species amenable to genetic manipulation. Large information thus generated can be interpreted through predictive-modeling studies and bio-informatic tools can be utilized for analyzing data generated spatially and temporally over the years.