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Search within topic Limit to selected topics. CAB eBooks smart searches are based on commonly researched topics, and your own requests Request a search. Description This book initially discusses the significance of anatomy in modern plant science and then provides an outline of the basic anatomical structures of angiosperms to give readers a basic idea about plant anatomy section 1; chapters In the second section chapters , the structural anatomy of major crop plants is described in detail to delineate the significance of variations in the anatomi More about this book.
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Crop Plant Anatomy
Other chapters from this book Chapter: 1 Page no: 1 Origin and development of crop anatomy. Author s : Maiti, R. Satya, P. Rajkumar, D. Ramaswamy, A. Chapter: 3 Page no: 15 Techniques of crop anatomy study.
Chapter: 4 Page no: 21 General anatomy of crop plants. Chapter: 5 Page no: 44 Cereals. Chapter: 6 Page no: 95 Pulses.
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Chapter: 7 Page no: Oil crops. Chapter: 8 Page no: Fibre crops. Chapter: 9 Page no: Vegetable crops. Chapter: 10 Page no: Anatomical adaptation to defence against biotic stresses.
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Chapter: 11 Page no: Anatomical adaptation for drought and waterlogging stress tolerance. Chapter: 12 Page no: Anatomical adaptation in crop plants to harvest higher energy. Chapter: 13 Page no: Anatomical adaptation for better reproduction efficiency. He published about research papers on different crops with about citation index to his credit and more than 35 books with worldwide recognitions.. He has got more than forty publications to his credit including research papers in peer reviewed journals and authored three books.
Rajkumar has received his Masters degree in botany with specialization in Applied Stress physiology and Molecular biology from university college of Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India. He has got more than ten publications to his credit including research papers in peer reviewed National and international journals and authored two books.
Crop Plant Anatomy
Currently he is working on various aspects of abiotic stress tolerance such as Drought, salinity, heat on field crops cotton, Rice, Maize, sunflower and vegetable crops Tomato, chilli, okra. Allam Ramaswamy is a botanist in Vibha Agrotech,Ltd.
Ramaswamy has received his Masters degree in botany with specialization in Taxonomy and Medicinal botany from university college of Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India. He has got five publications to his credit including research papers in peer reviewed National and international journals and authored two books.
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