Plant-Microbe Interaction: An Approach to Sustainable Agriculture (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2016
Springer Verlag, Singapore
Choudhary, Devendra K. (ed.), Varma, Ajit (ed.), Tuteja, Narendra (ed.)
20 schwarz-weiße Tabellen 20 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen Bibliographie
20 Tables, black and white; 45 Illustrations, color; 17 Illustrations, black and white; XIX, 509 p.
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Plant-Microbe Interaction: An Approach to Sustainable Agriculture (inbunden)

Plant-Microbe Interaction: An Approach to Sustainable Agriculture

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The book addresses current public concern about the adverse effect of agrochemicals and their effect on the agro-ecosystem. This book also aims to satisfy and contribute to the increasing interest in understanding the co-operative activities among microbial populations and their interaction with plants. It contains chapters on a variety of interrelated aspects of plant-microbe interactions with a single theme of stress management and sustainable agriculture. The book will be very useful for students, academicians, researcher working on plant-microbe interaction and also for policy makers involved in food security and sustainable agriculture.
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Dr. Devendra K. Choudhary Dr. Choudhary has fifteen years of experience in Microbial Ecology and is currently working as an Assistant Professor-Grade III at Amity University, Noida. Before joining Amity University, Dr. Choudhary spent several years at Mody University, Lakshmangarh, as an Assistant Professor, preceded by work at Peoples and Barkatullah University, Bhopal as a Lecturer cum scientist. Dr. Choudhary received his PhD in Microbiology in the year 2005 from GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, after having received his MSc in Microbiology from MDS University, Ajmer and qualifying CSIR-UGC-NET in 2002. Dr. Choudhary has worked on GOI sponsored major projects as Principle Investigator (PI) wherein recently he worked on two major projects sponsored by DBT and SERB, New Delhi at Amity University until the year 2015 preceded by Mody University and DST FAST-TRACK project at the Department of Biotechnology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal. As an active researcher, Dr Choudhary has published research and review articles along with several book chapters for reputed journals and edited books. In addition, he has served as PhD supervisor/co-supervisor for several research scholars. Under supervision of Dr Choudhary his scientific team has assigned three accession numbers for bacterial cultures wherein two from MTCC, IMTECH (MTCC, 12057 & 12058) and one with MCC no 2607. Most recently, his team has filed three patents with the India Patent Office, New Delhi. Recently, in association with senior colleagues, Dr. Choudhary has edited book on 'Microbial-mediated induced systemic resistance in plants' with emphasis on global food security. Dr Choudhary has been recognized as Member of The National Academy of Sciences (MNASc)-2016. Besides, he has selected for Indian National Science Academy (INSA) visiting and summer research fellowship-2014. Further, he received Dr RS Rana Memorial best research award in the year 2013, sponsored by the Association of Microbiologists of India. Besides, several other achievements has been credited in his account. Prof. Dr. Narendra Tuteja Dr. Narendra Tuteja, presently acting as Director, Amity Institute of Microbial Technology (AIMT), Amity University Uttar Pradesh (AUUP), Noida. Before joining AIMT he spent years as Group Leader & Senior Scientist, International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi. Sp: Plant molecular biology/biotechnology/stress tolerance/plant-microbes interactions. Academically Dr. Tuteja completed his M.Sc. (1977), Ph.D (1982) & D.Sc. (2008) in subject Biochemistry from University of Lucknow. Professionally he served as Group Leader & Senior Scientist (2012-2015), Plant Molecular Biology Group (PMB), International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi; Senior Scientist (2008-11) PMB Group, ICGEB, New Delhi; Associate Scientist (1997-2007) PMB Group, ICGEB, New Delhi; Group Leader & Associate Scientist (1995-1997) PMB Group, ICGEB, New Delhi; Assistant Research Scientist (1988-1995) Molecular Biol. Group, ICGEB, Trieste, Italy; Postdoctoral Fellow (1986-1988) UCLA, Los Angeles, California, USA; Visiting Scientist (1983-1986) NIH (NCI and NICHHD), Bethesda, Maryland, USA; Research Assistant (1977-1983) K.G. Medical College, Lucknow, UP, India. Based on his contribution to science & society he has been elected as Fellow for various science academies India/abroad; Fellow of "Third Word Academy of Sciences", Trieste, Italy (FTWAS), Fellow of "National Academy of Agricultural Sciences", New Delhi (FNAAS), Fellow of "National Environmental Science Academy", New Delhi (FNESA), Fellow of "Indian Academy of Sciences", Bangalore (FASc.), Fellow of "Indian National Science Academy", Fellow of "National Academy of Sciences", Allahabad (FNASc.). Besides he has served as an expert member for various advisory committ


Part 1: An Introduction to Plant-Microbe Interaction.- Chapter 1. Rhizosphere Interactions: Life Below Ground.- Chapter 2. Shaping the Other Sides: Exploring the Physical Architecture of Rhizosphere.- Chapter 3. Applications and Mechanisms of Plant Growth Stimulating Rhizobacteria.- Chapter 4. Microbial Ecology at Rhizosphere: Bio-engineering and Future Prospective.- Chapter 5. Mycorrhizosphere: The Extended Rhizosphere and its Significance.- Chapter 6. Arbuscular Mycorrhizae: Effect of Rhizosphere and Relation with Carbon Nutrition.- Part 2: Plant-Microbe Interaction Under Abiotic and Biotic Stress.- Chapter 7. Microbial-Mediated Amelioration of Plants Under Stress: An Emphasis on Arid and Semi-Arid climate.- Chapter 8. Bacterial ACC-Deaminase: An Eco-Friendly Strategy to Cope Abiotic Stresses for Sustainable Agriculture.- Chapter 9. Increasing Phytoremediation Efficiency of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil using PGPRs for Sustainable Agriculture.- Chapter 10. PGPR-Mediated Amelioration of Crops Under Salt Stress.- Chapter 11. Plant-Microbes Interaction For the Removal of Heavy Metal From Contaminated Site.- Chapter 12. Bacteria-Mediated Elicitation of Induced Resistance in Plants Upon Fungal Phytopathogen.- Chapter 13. Essential Oils as Antimicrobial Agents Against Some Important Plant Pathogenic Bacteria and Fungi.- Chapter 14. Halophilic Bacteria: Potential Bioinoculants for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment Management Under Salt Stress.- Chapter 15. Abiotic Stress Mitigation Through Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria.- Part 3: Plant-Microbe Interaction and Plant Productivity.- Chapter 16. Growth Promotion Features of the Maize Microbiome - From an Agriculture Perspective.- Chapter 17. Biofertilizers: A Timely Approach for Sustainable Agriculture.- Chapter 18. Role of Beneficial Fungi in Sustainable Agricultural Systems.- Chapter 19. Significance of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Rhizosphere Microflora in Plant Growth and Nutrition.- Chapter 20. Prospect of Phyllosphere Microbiota : a Case Study on Bioenergy Crop Jatropha curcas.- Chapter 21. Sinker Root System in Trees with Emphasis on Soil Profile.- Chapter 22. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria Play a Role as Phytostimulator for Sustainable Agriculture.- Chapter 23. Diversity, quorum sensing and plant growth promotion by endophytic diazotrophs associated with sugarcane with special reference to Gluconoacetobacter diazotrophicus.