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The Ecology of Tropical Food Crops - M. J. T. Norman; C. J. Pearson; P. G. E. Searle
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2000, ISBN: 9780521422642

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Uk: Etsu, 1995. International wood fuel conference, held in Glasgow, Oct. 1995. Slight wear. . Paperback. Very Good +. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library., Etsu, 1995, Hard Bound . New. (Size: 25.5x19cms.), This book is designed to meet the needs of researchers and scholars working on Azotobacter in particular and diszotrophs in general. The fourteen chapters included in this book encompassing wide range of topics are contributed by well-known research workers. For systematic and comprehensive reading the chapters have been resolved into five different sections ranging from genetic and ecological aspects. Physiology and metabolism, microbe-microbe and microbe-plant interactions and finally role of Azotobacter as a biofertilizer in sustainable crop production. Hope this book will provide much needed fillip. 162 Yr. of Pub.2000 8123906617, New. The book include the state of the crop genetic diversity and the wildlife diversity in the Indian sub-continent and their ecological status; the conservation of biodiversity through faith and tradition in India, and the unique biodiversity of the Thar desert ecosystem in India. Yr. of Pub. 8186653031, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1981. Hardcover. New. A great deal is talked about today regarding renewable and non-renewable resources of the earth. What is not often borne in mind is the fact that even the so called renewable resources are not nearly always so. Once the eco-system has been degraded so that the critical thresh old is crossed, the process is irreversible. Recovery, if at all possible, may take centuries Genetic diversity is the result of biological evolution over thousands of years. What is needed is the protection of whole eco-systems so that their diversity and that of their diversity and that of their species can be ensured for their contribution to man’s survival and well being. Mere protection of endangered species is not enough.Hence the zeal for development among the nations of the world must be tempered by an equally fervent concern for maintaining environmental stability. Balanced integrated planning must anticipate the all round consequences from which both man and nature can benefit. Ideally, economic productivity should go hand in hand with both man and nature can benefit. Ideally, economic productivity should go hand in hand with environmental stability. Dr. Bhag Singh’s monograph on the Citrus Gene Sanctuary highlights the efforts of Government of India towards the conservation of genetic diversity of this economic crop and the urgent need for such conservation. The north eastern Himalayan region is the natural home of the citrus species including Citrus indica which is believed to be the progenitor of the mandarin orange. This wild orange has a very wide adaptability under diverse conditions and could be useful for developing genetic stocks resistant to diseases and pests. Recent exploratory and ecological surveys have made it possible to identify a site in the Tura range in Garo hills where the wild orange locally known as Emang Narang is found. This first Gene Sanctuary for Citrus in the world Will Help to preserve the environmental conditions under which certain genotypes will flourish. It will also create an awareness to preserve such environmental wealth in the country.The book should help to stimulate interest among educated youth in the genetic endowments of our country a part from its contribution to the literature on conservation and plant genetics. Printed Pages: 182, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1981, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1981. Hardcover. New. A great deal is talked about today regarding renewable and non-renewable resources of the earth. What is not often borne in mind is the fact that even the so called renewable resources are not nearly always so. Once the eco-system has been degraded so that the critical thresh old is crossed, the process is irreversible. Recovery, if at all possible, may take centuries Genetic diversity is the result of biological evolution over thousands of years. What is needed is the protection of whole eco-systems so that their diversity and that of their diversity and that of their species can be ensured for their contribution to man’s survival and well being. Mere protection of endangered species is not enough.Hence the zeal for development among the nations of the world must be tempered by an equally fervent concern for maintaining environmental stability. Balanced integrated planning must anticipate the all round consequences from which both man and nature can benefit. Ideally, economic productivity should go hand in hand with both man and nature can benefit. Ideally, economic productivity should go hand in hand with environmental stability. Dr. Bhag Singh’s monograph on the Citrus Gene Sanctuary highlights the efforts of Government of India towards the conservation of genetic diversity of this economic crop and the urgent need for such conservation. The north eastern Himalayan region is the natural home of the citrus species including Citrus indica which is believed to be the progenitor of the mandarin orange. This wild orange has a very wide adaptability under diverse conditions and could be useful for developing genetic stocks resistant to diseases and pests. Recent exploratory and ecological surveys have made it possible to identify a site in the Tura range in Garo hills where the wild orange locally known as Emang Narang is found. This first Gene Sanctuary for Citrus in the world Will Help to preserve the environmental conditions under which certain genotypes will flourish. It will also create an awareness to preserve such environmental wealth in the country.The book should help to stimulate interest among educated youth in the genetic endowments of our country a part from its contribution to the literature on conservation and plant genetics. Printed Pages: 182, Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., 1981, Washington: National Academy of Sciences, 1976. Report of an Ad Hoc Panel of the Advisory Committee on Technology Innovation Board on Science and Technology for International Development Commission on International Relations. Soft cover, 175 pages, illustrated. Clean interior, binding sound, spine un-creased. The covers show general marks, discolouration in some places & handling and shelf wear. Light spots to page edges. The interior is graded as good, the soft covers are graded as acceptable/fair. Packed well, prompt reliable dispatch. . Soft Cover. Acceptable. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall.., National Academy of Sciences, 1976, Cambridge University Press, 1995-06-30. Paperback. Good., Cambridge University Press, 1995-06-30

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In tropical developing countries farmers tend to grow a wide range of crops in a small area for subsistence or sale. To make full use of often limited resources, a good understanding of how environmental conditions affect the characteristics and performance of these crops is essential. This book considers the response of tropical food crops to environmental factors such as climate, soil and farming system. Three types of crop are considered: cereals, legumes and non-cereal energy crops, with individual chapters on the four most important crops in each group. This material is set in context by introductory chapters on tropical farming systems, tropical climates and tropical soils. This new, updated edition retains the successful formula of the first edition while placing additional emphasis on tropical environmental conservation. It will serve the needs of advanced students of tropical agriculture, as well as professionals engaged in research and extension work in tropical crop production. The Ecology of Tropical Food Crops Pearson, Norman Holmes / Pearson, C. J. / Searle, P. G., Cambridge University Press

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The Ecology of Tropical Food Crops

This updated edition considers the response of tropical food crops to environmental factors such as climate, soil and farming system.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521422642
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521422647
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Publishing year: 1995
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
444 Pages
Weight: 0,712 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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