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Book ID: 101988
Fritsche-Neto, Roberto and Aluizio Borem (eds.)

Plant Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. 2012. illus. VIII, 226 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.

The rapid population growth and the increase in the per capita income, especially in the group of emerging countries referred to as BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) has created huge pressure for the expansion of the agricultural growing area and the crop yields to meet the rising demand. As a result, many areas that have been considered marginal for growing crops, due to their low fertility, drought, salinity, and many other abiotic stresses, have now been incorporated in the production system. Additionally, climate change has brought new challenges to agriculture to produce food, feed, fiber and biofuels. To cope with these new challenges, many plant breeding programs have reoriented their breeding scope to stress tolerance in the last years. The authors of this book have collected the most recent advances and discoveries applied to breeding for abiotic stresses in this book, starting with new physiological concepts and breeding methods, and moving on to discuss modern molecular biological approaches geared to the development of improved cultivars tolerant to most sorts of abiotic stress.
Autor/Hrsg. Fritsche-Neto, Roberto and Aluizio Borem (eds.)
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Autor(en) Fritsche-Neto, Roberto and Aluizio Borem (eds.)
Seiten Fritsche-Neto, Roberto and Aluizio Borem (eds.): Plant Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. 2012. illus. VIII, 226 p. gr8vo. Hardcover. (101988) 149.80
Verlag Springer Nature, KNR: 300 224 8189 Customer Service Center GmbH Kundenservice Buch
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