Sugarcane is the most important plant source for sugar and alcohol production and is cultivated in more than 80 countries in tropical and subtropical areas. However, environmental factors negatively influence its yield and jeopardize the prospect to meet the increasing demand for sugar, other sugarcane derived by products and bioethanol. The development of stress tolerant plants is fundamental for the maintenance and increase of crop yields. Biotechnology to Enhance Sugarcane Productivity and Stress Tolerance provides a comprehensive account of both theoretical and practical aspects of sugarcane production. It contains extensive coverage of genome mapping and molecular breeding in sugarcane and presents the status of the elucidation and improvement of plant genomes of economic interest.
Through 14 chapters written by eminent scientists with global influence, this book examines various methods for sugarcane improvement through biotechnology. The book focuses on genetic and physical mapping, positioning, cloning, and monitoring of desirable genes using biotechnological approaches for high sugarcane productivity and the development of stress tolerance. Additional information includes the bioengineering of sugarcane, procedures to boost productivity, genetics and assessments for resistance to drought and salinity, genetics for high yields, and various topics of research on sugarcane genetics. It serves as a detailed reference source for cane growers, sugar and sugarcane technologists, students, and professors.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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About the Author
Kalpana Sengar, is the youngest recipient of the Women Scientist Fellowship award given by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. She has ten years of research experience to her credit in biotechnology. She has completed her MSc in biotechnology from CCS University and PhD from MJP Roheilkhand University plant biotechnology and is working as a scientist at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture andTechnology. She has published more than 25 papers in reputed national and international journals and presented papers in several international conferences. Her research interests are in, genetic engineering, plant biotechnology agriculture, human nutrition, and plant tissue culture. She has authored several books on biotechnology, agriculture productivity, and biochemistry with reputed international publishers.
Table of Contents
Biotechnological Approach: A New Dimension for Sugarcane Improvement
Molecular Mapping Techniques Application for Development of Stress Tolerant Sugarcane
Coding the Non-Coding Small RNAs Elements in Sugarcane Environmental Responses
Bio Techniques: Quest for Stress Tolerant Sugarcane
Biotechnological Interventions to Overcome Effect of Climate Change in Sugarcane Production
Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Sugarcane Using Genomics & Proteomics Techniques
Insights into Biotechnological Interventions for Sugarcane Improvement
Potential Applications of Molecular Markers for Genetic Diversity & DNA Fingerprinting in Sugarcane
Prospects of Non-Conventional Approaches for Sugarcane Improvement
Sugarcane Biotechnology Towards Abiotic Stress Tolerance: Drought And Salinity
Prospects of Biotechnological Tools in Boosting Sugarcane Production - A Review
Proline Metabolism as Sensors of Abiotic Stress in Sugarcane