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Biotechnology of biofertilizers

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Published by Kluwer Academic, Narosa Pub. House in Boston, Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biofertilizers,
  • Nitrogen -- Fixation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by S. Kannaiyan.
    ContributionsKannaiyan, S. 1944-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS654.5 .B58 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 375 p. :
    Number of Pages375
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3778315M
    ISBN 10140200219X
    LC Control Number2003545070
    OCLC/WorldCa51272551

      Biotechnology of Biofertilizers Edited by S. Kannaiyan, Narosa Publishing House, N. Delhi, 70 Indian Books on Biofertilizers -3• Recent Advances in Biofertilizer Technology/ Edited by A.K. Yadav, S. Ray Chaudhuri and M.R. Motsara, , Society for Promotion and Utilisation of Resources and Technology, New ://   HAND BOOK OF BIOFERTILIZERS & VERMICULTURE(HANDBOOK) - Project Report - Manufacturing Process - Cost - Investment Required. Report includes feasibility report, profitability analysis, raw materials, break even points, formulations and formula and much ://

      Biofertilizers, Volume One: Advances in Bio-inoculants provides state-of-the-art descriptions of various approaches, techniques and basic fundamentals of BI used in crop fertilization practices. The book presents research within a relevant theoretical framework to improve our understanding of core issues as applied to natural resource :// In this chapter the discussion is restricted (1) to the presentation of the main types of biofertilizers (exclusive of Azolla and other green manures) and their modes of action, (2) to their agronomic and environmental benefits, (3) to biofertilizer technology, and (4) to the economics of the application of ://

      by use of biofertilizers and biopesticides, which are natural, beneficial, and ecologically and user-friendly. The biofertilizers provide nutrients to the plants, control soilborne diseases, and maintain soil structure. Microbial biofertilizers play a pivotal role in sustainable agriculture. Arbuscular my-   OX49UB9FW4CL // Doc \ Hand Book of Biofertilizers & Vermiculture HAND BOOK OF BIOFERTILIZERS & VERMICULTURE Engineers India Research Institute, Delhi, SoA cover. Book Condition: New. pp. The book covers The living Soil, Organic Sources and Dynamics, Vermiculture, Application of Vermiculture biotechnology,


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This book is written with the objective of covering the basic issues in Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF), such as physiology, biochemistry and molecular About this book. This book is written with the objective of covering the basic issues in Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF), such as physiology, biochemistry and molecular genetics of nitrogen fixation, role of signal molecules and host gene expression in nodulation and nitrogen fixation for a thorough understanding of these processes in symbiotic nitrogen fixing systems and the possibilities Biotechnology of Biofertilizers.

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Kannaiyan. Biotechnology of Biofertilizers covers the basic issues in Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF) such as physiology, biochemistry and molecular genetics of nitrogen fixation, role of signal molecules and host gene expression in nodulation and nitrogen fixation.

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The nitrogen-fixing bacteria of the rhizobia and other groups are used for growth promotion of legumes and additional ://   Importance of Biofertilizers in Agriculture Biotechnology Prashant Agarwal1*, Ritika Gupta1, Imneet Kaur Gill2 1Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut, India 2Department of Pharmaceutics, Chandigarh College of Pharmacy, Mohali, Punjab, India ABSTRACT Over the past few decades, many farmers have been involved in improving wild plants and animals by selection 1.

An appraisal of biofertilizers in India / N. Subba Rao Biofertilizers for sustainable crop production / S. Kannaiyan Biofertilizers for sustaining cereal crops production / S.

Wani and K. Lee Azospirillum biofertilizer for rainfed crops / K. Tilak and Geeta Singh Book: Biotechnology of biofertilizers + pp. Abstract: This book covers the basic issues (including physiology, biochemistry biochemistry Recent Trends in Biofertilizers comprises a selection of sixteen articles contributed by over forty distinguished academicians from India, Brazil and Egypt.

These articles jointly address the broader need of increasing soil fertility through sustainable methods and practices. Biofertilizers contain a wide range of naturally chelated plant nutrients, carbohydrates, amino acids, trace elements Biofertilizers. Biofertilizers are the microbial inoculants which can be usually defined as a preparation containing live or dormant cells of efficient strains of nitrogen fixing, phosphate solubilizing, and cellulytic microorganisms, etc.

From: Biotechnology for Sustainable Agriculture, Related terms: Cyanobacteria; Rhizosphere (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary In agriculture, microbial biotechnology covers a wide array of subjects ranging from biofertilizers to biological control of pests and diseases; from biological N2-fixation to lignocellulose degradation; from production of biomass and biofuels to genetically engineered :// Book Description.

Sharply focused, up-to-date information on microbial biofertilizers—including emerging options such as Piriformospora indica and Matsutake The Handbook of Microbial Biofertilizers provides in-depth coverage of all major microbial biofertilizers (rhizobia, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and cyanobacteriaas well as new and emerging growth promoters (endophytes).

Biofertilizers are the tools that contribute to such sustainable practices followed in the agronomy and are studied widely at both research and commercial scale.

Bench‐scale cultivation of potential microorganisms, which are formulated as biofertilizers and then tested under glasshouse and field conditions for their efficacy, is being carried Biofertilizers. Microbial biofertilizers are biological preparations of sufficient densities of strains of microorganisms, having a beneficial role in rhizospheres for plant growth (Farfour et al., ).

Biofertilizer preparations containing living or dormant (inactive metabolically) cells. They are applied to the soil or for seed :// This book gives a profound overview on the benefits of biofertilizers as alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides. It covers topics such as beneficial fungal, bacterial and algal inoculants; microbes for bioremediation, wastewater treatment and recycling of biodegradable  › Life Sciences › Microbiology.

This book provides the view of immense potential of biofertilizers as a supplementary nutrient source for the crops and covers all major types of bacterial fertilizers. The major contents of this book is crop response to biofertilizers, nitrogen fixation, phosphate solubilisingBiofertilizers by Sharma Arun K.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ://  Production of Biofertilizers By Dinesh Goyal, Santosh K. Goyal The initiative taken in the late s and early s to make the country self-reliant to meet the food requirement resulted in a shift from traditional agriculture to intensive farming involving stepped up use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides (Goyal, ; Tandon, ).