The Agronomy And Economy Of Important Tree Crops Of The Developing World
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|Author||: K.P. Prabhakaran Nair|
|Total Pages||: 366|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download The Agronomy and Economy of Important Tree Crops of the Developing World Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Major tree crops contribute substantially to the economy of many developing countries on the Asian, African and Latin American continents. For example, coffee is the main revenue earner for Kenya. This book provides a comprehensive review of the agronomy, botany, taxonomy, genetics, chemistry, economics, and future global prospects of a range of crops that have great food, industrial and economic value such as cocoa, coffee, cashew, oil palm and natural rubber. Discusses the major tree crops of great economic value to the developing world The author is an eminent scientist who has won numerous awards for his work in this area
|Author||: K P Prabhakaran Nair|
|Total Pages||: 351|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
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|Author||: Víctor M Loyola-Vargas,Neftalí Ochoa-Alejo|
|Total Pages||: 506|
Download Somatic Embryogenesis Fundamental Aspects and Applications Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book discusses basic and applied aspects of somatic embryogenesis, one of the most powerful tools in plant biotechnology. It is divided into three parts; Part I includes topics such as the history of this research field, how differentiated plant cells can (re)acquire totipotency, molecular features, as well as the epigenetics and proteomics of somatic embryogenesis. Part II covers the somatic embryogenesis of different crops, such as Agave spp. maize, Cocos nucifera, Bixa orellana, Capsicum spp., Coffea spp., Musa spp., Pinus spp., and Arabidopsis thaliana. Various applications, like scale-up propagation and genetic engineering are discussed in detail in Part III. The book will appeal to plant scientists, plant breeders and experts working in industry.
|Author||: Kathy Lewis,Douglas Warner|
|Total Pages||: 300|
Download Sustainable Agriculture for Climate Change Adaptation Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Anthropocene, the time of humans. Never has human influence on the functioning of the planet been greater or in more urgent need of mitigation. Climate change, the accelerated warming of the planet’s surface attributed to human activities, is now at the forefront of global politics. The agriculture sector not only contributes to climate change but also feels the severity of its effects, with the water, carbon and nitrogen cycles all subject to modification as a result. Crop production systems are each subject to different types of threat and levels of threat intensity. There is however significant potential to both adapt to and mitigate climate change within the agricultural sector and reduce these threats. Each solution must be implemented in a sustainable manner and tailored to individual regions and farming systems. This Special Issue evaluates a variety of potential climate change adaptation and mitigation techniques that account for this spatial variation, including modification to cropping systems, Climate-Smart Agriculture and the development and growth of novel crops and crop varieties.
|Author||: Iskandar Z. Siregar,Lina Karlinasari,Maija Lampela,Suria Tarigan,Yudi Setiawan,Mohamed Kefi|
|Publsiher||: Frontiers Media SA|
|Total Pages||: 143|
Download Conservation and restoration of the tropical landscape Governance and multidisciplinary approaches Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 228|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download Food and Human Responses Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book discusses the role of food and the human nutrition-behavior interface. Food makes us what we are, but in addition to providing adequate nutrition, does it influence behavior? This book looks at this critical question from various angles and considers different concepts and approaches to food, nutrition and well-being. To better understand the entire gamut of the food-behavior linkage, the author unravels the workings of the mind - brain link. The book discusses this aspect and the findings add to the existing fund of knowledge in this area. Much of today’s malaise in humans can be traced to the food consumed by individuals. This book provides a comprehensive picture of the current state of human nutrition and how this can be linked to behavior.
|Author||: Prikhodko, D., Sterk, B., Sokolova, A., Monzini, J., Snell, J.|
|Publsiher||: Food & Agriculture Org.|
|Total Pages||: 164|
|Genre||: Political Science|
Download Tea sector review Georgia Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This study was produced under an FAO-EBRD Cooperation project on reviewing the development potential of the tea sectors of Azerbaijan and Georgia. As a result of the joint research in the two countries carried out as part of the project, a similar separate review of the Azerbaijani tea sector was also published under the FAO Investment Centre's Knowledge for Investment (K4I) programme. Tea has a long tradition of cultivation in Azerbaijan and Georgia, dating back to the nineteenth century. The structural changes that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s led to a dramatic decline of the two countries’ tea sectors. However, interest in tea production in Georgia and Azerbaijan has increased in recent years and, in an effort to revive their once thriving tea sectors, governments have adopted sector development programmes that provide for support to primary tea production. In spite of the long tradition and accumulated know-how of tea production and processing, there is little doubt that investments in both technology and knowledge will be required for the Azerbaijani and Georgian tea sectors to grow in a successful and sustainable way. Production focused on efficiency and quality and mindful of shifts in consumer preferences on global markets, but also of potential environmental risks, will be critical in achieving this goal. This publication is part of the Country Investment Highlights series under the FAO Investment Centre's Knowledge for Investment (K4I) programme.
|Author||: Hosakatte Niranjana Murthy|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 909|
Download Gums Resins and Latexes of Plant Origin Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This reference book provides a comprehensive overview of natural gums, resins, and latexes of plants with a focus on their chemistry, biological activities, and practical uses. The content is divided into five main sections each of which contains chapters contributed from valuable experts in their field. Naturally occuring plant products have quite diverse applications in many different industries. The book aims to highlight the important aspects of plant-based gums, resins and latexes as well as provide a strategic framework for further research and development activities on these bioproducts. It will appeal to a broad audience such as biologists, pharmacologists, pharmacists, food technologists and medical practitioners. It is also a useful resource for research investigators of the healthcare industry, academia and students of biomedical sciences.