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Title Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Barley edited by Glen Fox, Chengdao Li
Published Milton : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (529 pages)
Series Burleigh Dodds series in agricultural science ; 74
Burleigh Dodds series in agricultural science ; 74
Contents Intro -- Achieving sustainablecultivation of barley -- Contents -- Series list -- Introduction -- Part 1 Plant physiology and genetics -- Chapter 1 Advances in understanding of barley plant physiology: plant development and architecture -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Barley plant structure/morphology and growth habit -- 3 Molecular control of vegetative development -- 4 Molecular control of reproductive development -- 5 Implications for breeding -- 6 References -- Chapter 2 Advances in understanding barley plant physiology: responses to abiotic stress -- 1 Introduction
2 Cold acclimation: a coordinated metabolic rearrangement leading to frost tolerance -- 3 New methodologies for dissecting an old phenotype: resilience to drought -- 4 Adaptation to soil salinity -- 5 Low nitrogen: a stress condition matching crop sustainability -- 6 Adaptation to environment: a key target for future breeding improvement -- 7 Acknowledgements -- 8 Where to look for further information -- 9 References -- Chapter 3 Advances in the understanding of barley plant physiology: factors determining grain development, composition, and chemistry -- 1 Introduction
2 New possibilities for genetic mapping in the genomics era -- 3 Classical mapping strategies and their improvement in the genomics era -- 4 The association mapping boom -- 5 Multiparental populations: the perfect balance? -- 6 From an interval to the causal gene: from high-resolution mapping to gene cloning -- 7 Emerging mapping strategies: fast NGS-enabled technologies -- 8 Conservation of barley germplasm -- 9 Genetic and genomic resources of barley -- 10 Case study: from rym4 to rym11, illustration of paradigm shift in disease resistance mapping and cloning -- 11 Conclusion and future trends
2 Spike growth and how it influences traits of the grain -- 3 Role of cell death in barley grain development -- 4 Sucrose allocation during the grain-filling stage -- 5 The use of starch in the developing caryopsis -- 6 Proteins and barley grain quality -- 7 Particularities of energy metabolism in barley grain -- 8 Functional orchestration of the barley grain -- 9 Conclusion -- 10 Acknowledgements -- 11 Where to look for further information -- 12 References -- Chapter 4 Exploring barley germplasm for yield improvement under sulphur-limiting environments -- 1 Introduction
2 The origins of barley -- 3 Genetic diversity in barley -- 4 Using genetic diversity in breeding -- 5 The role of sulphur in barley growth -- 6 Assessing the effects of sulphur nutrition on barley and wheat grain yield -- 7 The effects of sulphur on yield, quality and response to stress -- 8 Farming systems and sulphur nutrition -- 9 Genotypic differences in sulphur use -- 10 Conclusion -- 11 Acknowledgement -- 12 References -- Chapter 5 Mapping and exploiting the barley genome: techniques for mapping genes and relating them to desirable traits -- 1 Introduction
Summary This collection provides a comprehensive review of advances in improving barley cultivation across the value chain. Chapters first summarise advances in understanding barley physiology in such areas as plant growth, grain development and plant response to abiotic stress. There is also a review of current developments in mapping the barley genome. Building on this foundation, the next group of chapters summarises advances in breeding with chapters on breeding trial design as well as advances in molecular breeding techniques such as genome wide association studies (GWAS) and targeted induced lesions in genomes (TILLING). Other chapters discuss good agricultural practices and post-harvest storage as well as fungal diseases and weeds together with integrated methods for their management. The final part of the book assesses current research on optimising barley for particular end uses such as malting, brewing and animal feed
Notes 12 Acknowledgement
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Dr Glen Fox, a Fellow of the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, is currently a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Nutrition and Food Science at the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI), based at University of Queensland, Australia. Professor Chengdao Li is Director of the Western Barley Genetics Alliance, linking Murdoch University with the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia (DAFWA)
Subject Barley.
Sustainable agriculture.
TECHNOLOGY / Agriculture / Crop Science
TECHNOLOGY / Agriculture / General
TECHNOLOGY / Agriculture / Sustainable Agriculture
Form Electronic book
Author Fox, Glen A.
Li, Chengdao.
ISBN 0429275579
1000726754
1000726878
1000726991
9780429275579
9781000726756
9781000726879
9781000726992