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Microbes and Sustainable Plant Productivity
Author(s) / Editor(s) : Jamaluddin ; Singh, Anuj Kumar
Publication Date : 2014 , January
Binding : Hardback
ISBN : 9788172338572
Price In INR : Rs 1250
Total No of Pages : 188 Pages
 
     
 

Microbes are integral component of soil - plant system and play a significant role in soil system structure and functioning. Forests play a very important role in maintaining the environmental and ecological processes in the terrestrial systems and microbes being ubiquitously distributed across the varied soil types, also has equally important role particularly in the nutrient cycling in soil – plant-microbe system. In this tripartite relationship, the microbes being in between the soil and plant, has a key role to perform various important biochemical processes and also act a bridge between the two.
This book endeavors to explore the role of different groups of microbes in the biodiversity enrichment, forest productivity, land restoration, agricultural productivity and green technology. Also this compilation provides comprehensive understanding of plant-microbe interactions covering broad range of microbial actions and discusses diverse aspects viz. microbes and plant productivity, taxonomy, biodiversity, biocontrol, bio-inoculants in forest nurseries and in the field. In this book emphasis is mainly given on mutualistic interactions especially on plant Mycorrhizae and Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR). The biological control efficiency of certain groups of microbes and the diversity of lichens and its role in ecosystem functioning is also discussed. The compilation also addresses how effectively and by what mechanism this interaction affects each other (Microbes and plants) and sustains incessantly and helps to make this system more productive and sustainable

1. ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI HAVE A POTENTIAL ROLE IN TROPICAL FORESTRY – D.J. Bagyaraj
2. AM FUNGAL TAXONOMY AND GERMPLASM DEVELOPMENT: SOME ASPECTS – C. Manoharachary and B. Bhadraiah
3. STUDIES ON ECTOMYCORRHIZAL (ECM) FUNGI AND THEIR ROLE AS BIOFERTILIZERS IN FORESTRY – V. Mohan
4. STUDIES ON THE VAM FUNGI OF ARID TREE SPECIES AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN AFFORESTATION – K.K. Srivastava, V. Mohan and Neelam Verma
5. MYCORRHIZAE: A PROMISING STEP TOWARDS GREEN TECHNOLOGY – Richa Raghuwanshi and R. S. Upadhyay
6. ROLE OF BIOFERTILIZER ON GROWTH OF SANDAL PLANTS – Nagaveni, H. C.
7. DIVERSITY OF AM FUNGI IN FOREST NURSERY AND PLANTATION IN JABALPUR – Pratiksha Chaturvedi and Jamaluddin
8. SYMBIOTIC ASSOCIATION OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI (AMF) IN SELECTED ARID ZONE TREE SPECIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON GROWTH OF SEEDLINGS – Lokendra Singh, K.K. Srivastava and Neelam Verma
9. APPLICATION OF MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN NURSERY – Jamaluddin
10. ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI PLAY A MAJOR ROLE IN AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS TO IMPROVE PRODUCTION IN SUSTAINABLE MANNER – Kamal Prasad
11. DIVERSITY OF ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL (AM) FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT PLANTATION SPECIES IN THE NILGIRI BIOSPHERE RESERVE AREAS IN TAMIL NADU – V. Mohan and A. Keerthi
12. EFFICACY OF AM FUNGI AGAINST RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI – A DAMPING -OFF CAUSING PATHOGEN OF TECOMELLA UNDULATA – K.K. Srivastava, Neelam Verma and Sunil Kumar
13. APPLICATION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS IN FORESTRY – V.S. Dadwal and Savitri Bhartiya
14. ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI ASSOCIATED WITH OIL YIELDING PLANTS – Ajay Kumar Gond and A.K. Pandey
15. MICROBES IN GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN MINE DEGRADED LAND – Anuj Kumar Singh and Rahul Bhadouriya
16. INTERESTING LICHENS FROM GARHWAL HIMALAYA WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO CYANOBACTERIAL PHYCOBIONT – Amit Jakhal and M. P. Sharma

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