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Plant Pathology in India: Vision 2030 (2011)

Plant Pathology in India: Vision 2030 (2011)

Plant Pathology in India; Vision 2030

Editors: T.S. Thind, R.K. Jain, Pratibha Sharma, S.M.Paul Khurana, Rashmi Aggarwal, R.K. Sharma, Dinesh Singh, S.C. Dubey and A. Kumar

Year: 2011 / Pages : 294

Price: Rs. 1500.00, (Discount 10%)

ISBN No: 978-81-8465-959-7

About the Book

In this book, a vision for the future of plant pathology has been described that must be pursued and supported for sustainable production of healthy plants upon which life itself depends. This book focuses on the area of research on diverse aspects of plant pathogen is invaluable. Advanced techniques for rapid, reliable and specific detection and characterization of pathogen is promoted. Identification of resistance genes and their source, development of molecular markers for resistance, environmental health by promoting bio-control agents and growth promoting bacteria and transgenic resistance as well as host-pathogen interaction.

Contents

  1. Some ancient and medieval classics on agriculture and their relevance today - Y.L. Nene (1-6)
  2. Ug99 and yellow rust in India - M. Prashar and S.C. Bhardwaj (7-13)
  3. Diseases of basmati rice and genetic enhancement of resistance - J. Kumar (14-20)
  4. Molecular approach for augmenting disease resistance in surveillance: rice and maize - U.D. Singh, Robin Gogoi and Kalyan K. Mondal (21-30)
  5. Research needed for coarse millet - Kusum Mathur (31-40)
  6. Management options and researchable issues in pulses: Research and development efforts -Om Gupta (41-44)
  7. Current status and future research strategies for diseases of pulse crops in India - S.C Dubey, Vishwar Dhar and R.G. Chaudhary (45-54)
  8. Priority diseases of some subtropical fruits and strategies for their management - A.K. Misra (55-58)
  9. Emerging issues in management of major soil and tuber borne diseases - R.K. Arora (59-69)
  10. Management of foliar diseases in vegetable crops- Present and future perspectives - Girija Ganeshan (70-73)
  11. Diseases of pomegranate and their management - K.K. Sharma and Jyotsana Sharma (74-81)
  12. Emerging diseases of Bt Cotton and their management - R.N. Pandey (82-87)
  13. Crop diseases and their management in tropical Island eco-system: problems and prospects -Krishna Kumar Singh, R.K. Gautam and Awnindra K. Singh (88-95)
  14. Important plant diseases in the North East ecosystem - L. Daiho, and Susanta Banik (96-100)
  15. Fungal foliar diseases of annual and perennial crops: Challenging national food and nutritional security - P. Chowdappa and Pratibha Sharma (101-104)
  16. Host-pathogen interaction for future with new agricultural technology - Ramesh Chand (105-109)
  17. Current status, strategy and future prospects of mycology in India - T. Prameela Devi, Deeba Kamil, C. Uma Maheswari and R.K. Sharma (110-114)
  18. Current Status and future research strategies in plant bacteriology in India - Dinesh Singh, Kalyan. K. Mondal and Ram Kishun (115-120)
  19. Plant disease monitoring for adaptation strategies under climate change scenario - P. Sinha, R. K. Jain and Pratibha Sharma (121-127)
  20. Climate change and changing scenario of plant diseases in semi arid tropics - Suresh Pande and Mamta Sharma (128-131)
  21. Epidemiology and forecasting of diseases for value-added agro-advisory - C. Chattopadhyay, B.K. Bhattacharya, Vinod Kumar, Amrender Kumar and P.D. Meena (132-140)
  22. Serological and molecular detection of phytopathogens and bioprotectants and immunolocalization of plant defense proteins - B.N. Chakraborty (141-147)
  23. Molecular approaches in diagnosis of plant pathogens: scope and future strategies - S.K. Chakrabarti (148-155)
  24. Applications of proteomics in fungal pathology - Rashmi Aggarwal and B.M. Bashyal (156-161)
  25. Genomics and Proteomics applications in Plant- Pathogen interaction - R. Viswanathan and A. Ramesh Sundar (162-166)
  26. Transcriptomics: A revolutionary tool for deciphering host pathogen interaction in future - Aundy Kumar and R.K. Jain (167-177)
  27. Use of bioinformatics tools and in silico work in plant pathology - M. Anandaraj and S.J. Eapen (178-185)
  28. Genome sequencing and its reference to plant pathogens - Praveen Kumar Verma and Shadab Nizam (186-190)
  29. Establishing an integrated agricultural biosecurity system in India - R.K. Khetarpal (191-196)
  30. Plant-virus interactions, acquired & transgenic resistance - S.M. Paul Khurana and Dinesh Yadav (197-205)
  31. Agricultural fungicides: present scenario and future needs - T.S. Thind (206-211)
  32. IPM in India: status and future thrust - O.M. Bambawale and O.P. Sharma (212-215)
  33. Management of disease under organic farming systems and future prospects - Y.S Paul (216-223)
  34. Nanotechnology and its application in plant protection - Madhuban Gopal, Robin Gogoi, Chitra Srivastava, Rajesh Kumar, Pradeep Kumar Singh, Kishore K. Nair, Saurabh Yadav and Arunava Goswami (224-232)
  35. Post harvest pathology: future avenues for management - V. Prakasam (233-240)
  36. Scope and future strategies for the management of post harvest diseases of fruits and vegetables - A.K. Saxena (241-253)
  37. Aflatoxin contamination of food commodities and their management - M.K. Naik and Hari K. Sudini (233-240)
  38. Use of microbes and host tolerance for abiotic stress management in plants - U.S. Singh, Najam W. Zaidi and H.B. Singh (254-264)
  39. Key issues related to the success of biocontrol agents - R.N. Pandey (276-277)
  40. Biocontrol strategies 2030-Research and industry applications - Pratibha Sharma, Vimala G. Prakash, Dinesh Singh and P. Chowdappa (278-287)
  41. Status of transgenic research against plant pathogens in India - Shelly Praveen and R.K. Jain (288-290)