Current Concepts in Botany
Current Concepts in Botany

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Current Concepts in Botany

In the recent years significant number of advances have been made in all aspects of plant sciences and to bring the widely difference aspects under one cover is indeed a Herculean albeit subjective task. That is precisely what the effort of the editors has been in compiling Current Concepts in Botany, which is a collection of review articles as well as original research papers from contemporary fellow botanists from all over the world. This volume contains 31 authoritative and through provoking articles of both applied and fundamentals value written by leading scientists in the area of their specialization. The objective in developing this volume was to offer a detailed overview of the applied aspects of Botany in terms of its theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions. Interdisciplinary aspects of subject have been emphasized in the present volume.
Preservation of Biodiversity of Fungi Herbarium: Specimens and Culture Collection D.K. Agarwal and R.K. Sharma Trichomycetes: Forgotten Fungi C. Manoharachary The Laboulbeniales (Ascomycetes): Distribution and Host Parasite Relationships Surinder Kaur and K.G. Mukerji Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Taxonomy S. Swarupa Rani, I.K. Kunwar and C. Manoharachary Pathological and Taxonomical Aspects of the Genus Drechslera Ashok Gaur, Usha Dev and Vivek Mitter Evaluation and Classificatory Systems in Smut Fungi R.V. Gandhe Pleurotus: A Mushroom of Commerce and Broad Adaptability C.L. Jandaik Wood-rotting Fungi of Temperate Himalayas J.R. Sharma Studies on the growth forms of Bryophytes in relation to habitat conditions H. Govindapyari and Prem L. Uniyal An Overview of the forest Types and Associated Spermatophytic Vegetation of Chamba District Himachal Pradesh M. Sharma and Harinder Singh Ecological Prospects of Agroforestry Systems in Himachal Pradesh in Western Himalayas of India Vidya Thakur and C.V. Sarswat Agro Biodiversity in the Indian Himalayas B.D. Sharma and J.C. Rana Ethno-medicobotany of Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh, India Narnia Singh Chauhan Soil Microbial Diversity in relation to Chemical Transformation and Biotic Interactions Bhoopander Giri, Anupama Shukla and K.G. Mukerji Role of Endophytic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria in Crop Production K.V.B.R. Tilak Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Associations in Agricultural Plants including Weeds Rajni Gupta and K.G. Mukerji Integration of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi with Micropropagated Forest Trees N. Raaman and S. Patharajan Influence of Mycorrhizal Fungi on the Growth andSurvival of Micropropagated Forest Trees M. Sudhakara Reddy* and Ajay Kumar Pande Effect of Dual Inoculation of AM Fungi and Bradyrhizobium Japonicum on Nodulation and Nitrogen Content in Soybean S. Neupane and B.N. Prasad Microbial Degradation of Hazardous Dyes Ved Pal Singh, Lokendra Singh, Ishwar Singh and Rajesh Kumar Composting Technology: Signficance and Potential D.J. Bagyaraj, S. Sharath, and A.N. Balakrishna Seed Mycoflora and Aflatoxin Containation in Mustard during Storage Manju Tomar-Balhara, Rupam Kapoor and A.K. Bhatnagar Air and Soil-transmitted Fungal Pathogens of Onion: Diseases Caused and Control Nuray  zer Allelochemicals: The Possibility of Management of Plant diseases Kaori Tomita-Yokotani, Takako Kato, Toshisada Suzuki Developments in production, characteristics and Potential applications of Yeast Phytases Parvinder Kaur and T. Satyanarayana Insights into Mode of Action of Insecticidal Proteins of Bacillus thuringiensis Neema Agrawal, Naresh Arora and Raj K. Bhatnagar Enhancement of Wheat Performance with Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria in different Soils Dilfuza Egamberdiyeva Phytoermediation: A cost-effective Approach for the Removal of Soil Contaminants I.S. Dua, Davood Eradatmand Asli, Ritu Sarsoha and Vikas Kumar Genetically Modified Cotton and its Biosafety concerns: A Review I.S. Dua, Vikas Kumar, Davood Eradatmand Asli and Bhavneet Phase Change in Plants: Some Aspects Priyanka Kapoor and I. Usha Rao Introduction of Glycinebetaine Pathway through Genetic Engineering Enhances Potential of Plants to withstand Abiotic Stress P. Sharmila, Shipra Gupta, Firoz Anwar and P. Pardha Saradh, Shipra Gupta, Firoz Anwar and P. Pardha Saradhi
  • A compilation of 31 review articles and research papers, the book gives a detailed overview of applied aspects of botany in terms of its theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions. 
  • The book covers a wide variety of topics that include mycological studies, bryology, agroforestry, plant pathology, crop improvement, GM cotton, and so on. 
  • The text is supplemented with line diagrams and photographs and photomicrographs many of which are in color.
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