Abiotic Stress and Biotechnology
by Pullaiah, T.
Imprint : Regency Publications
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 11495.00
Biblio : vii+324p., col. plts., figs., tabls., 25 cm
Prof. T. Pullaiah obtained his Ph.D. (1976) degree in Botany from Andhra University. He was a Post Doctoral Fellow at Moscow State University, Russia during 1976-78. Professor Pullaiah joined Sri Krishnadevaraya University as Lecturer in 1979 and became Professor in 1993. He held several positions in the University, which include Dean, Head of the Department of Botany, Chairman, BOS in Botany, Head of the Department of Sericulture, Co-ordinator and Chairman, BOS in Biotechnology, Vice Principal and Principal, S.K. University College. He retired from active service on 31st May 2011. He was selected by UGC as UGC-BSR Faculty Fellow and is working in Sri Krishnadevaraya University. He has published 49 books, 265 research papers and 35 popular articles. He is recipient of Best Teacher Award from Government of Andhra Pradesh, Prof. P. Maheswari Gold Medal and Prof. Y.D. Tyagi Gold medal of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy. He was Member of Species Survival Commission of International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). Presently he is President of Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy.
About The Book
Abiotic stress such as drought, salinity, cold and soil acidity cause a great loss to agricultural crops. Other stresses like zinc deficiency, soil nutrient deficiency and elevated CO2 also are responsible for crop loss. The effects of these on molecular mechanisms have to be stressed. In the present book effect of Abiotic stress and molecular mechanisms involved in Abiotic Stress tolerance is given in chapter 1. Genetic Engineering of plants for enhancing Abiotic stress is given in chapter 5. High throughput DNA sequencing for Plant Science research is dealt with in Chapter 4 while chapter 12 deals with Real Time PCR. Chapter 13 explains Subtractive Hybridization. <BR> In vitro propagation of chick pea, Talinum cuneifolium, Dendrobium farmeri and Dwarfing Apple root stock are given in chapters 2, 6, 11 and 14 respectively. Chapter 3 gives an account of Biofuel from Algae while chapter 7 deals with contribution of Marine Actinobacteria to Human health. Production of Plant products is explained in chapters 8 and 10. Chapter 9 gives the details of Biodiversity and Conservation.
Table of Contents
Preface v <BR> 1. Molecular Mechanism Involved in Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plant-1 <BR> 2. Rapid In vitro Micropropagation of Chick pea (Cicer arietinum L.) from Shoot Tip and Cotyledonary Node Explants-29 <BR> 3. Biofuel from Algae 41 <BR> 4. Application of High Throughput DNA Sequencing for Plant Science Research 57 <BR> 5. Genetic Engineering of Plants for Enhancing Abiotic Stress Tolerance Using Transcription Factors as Tools 75 <BR> 6. In vitro Propagation of Talinum cuneifolium (Vahl) Willd. through Leaf Culture 127 <BR> 7. Contribution of Marine Actinobacteria to Human Health 137 <BR> 8. Production of Secondary Plant Products from Callus and Suspension Cultures 169 <BR> 9. Conservation of Biodiversity Through Plant Tissue Culture 191 <BR> 10. Secondary Metabolites Enhacement through Mediation of Agrobacterium rhizogenes 209 <BR> 11. In vitro Regeneration and Multiplication of Dendrobium farmeri Paxt.: A Floriculturally and Medicinally Important Species 223 <BR> 12. Real-Time PCR: A Reliable Method for Gene Expression Studies in Plants 235 <BR> 13. Subtractive Hybridization: A Powerful Method to Isolate Differentially Expressed Genes 285 <BR> 14. In vitro Propagation of Dwarfing Apple Rootstock Malling 26 311 <BR> Index 321