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Coffee Biotechnology and Quality: Proceedings of the 3rd International Seminar on Biotechnology in the Coffee Agro-Industry, Londrina, Brazil / Edition 1

Coffee Biotechnology and Quality: Proceedings of the 3rd International Seminar on Biotechnology in the Coffee Agro-Industry, Londrina, Brazil / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9789048155651
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 12/06/2010
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2000
Pages: 536
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. List of Contributors. General. 1. Biotechnology and the future of coffee production; G. Viniegra-Gonzalez. 2. Coffee cultivation in India; C.S. Srinivasan, et al. Coffee breeding, tissue culture and genetics. 3. Breeding and biotechnology of coffee; L.C. Fazuoli, et al. 4. Biotechnology in the development of coffee cultivars in short time using IAPAR model of dense coffee; T. Sera. 5. Somatic embryogenesis of coffee; M. Berthouly, H. Etienne. 6. Biotechnology for genetic improvement of Indian coffee; L. Sreenath. 7. Molecular breeding in coffe (Coffea arabica L.); P. Lashermes, et al. 8. Study of combining ability and heterosis in coffee; J.R.M. Fontes, et al. 9. Microsatellites in Coffea arabica L.; P. Rovelli, et al. 10. Standardization of encapsulation technique for producing synthetic seeds in coffee; B. Muniswamy, H.L. Sreenath. 11. Field testing of arabica bioreactor-derived plants; M.R. Sondahl, et al. 12. Interspecific protoplast fusion in Coffea; A.T. Cordeiro, et al. 13. Biochemical and molecular studies of the main protein in the coffee endosperm; R. Acuña, et al. 14. In vitro embryo culture of Coffea arabica: The influence of NAA and BAP; M. Pasqual, et al. 15. DNA markers for coffee tree breeding; N.S. Sakiyama. 16. Genetic polymorphism in species and hybrids of Coffea revealed by RAPD; P.M. Ruas, et al. 17. Genetic fingerprinting of coffee leafrust differentials with RAPD markers; S. Ram, H.L. Sreenath. 18. Coffee (Coffea sp.) genetic transformation for insect resistance; M. Dufour, et al. 19. Development of coffee trees resistant to leaf miner; O. Guerreiro-Filho, et al. Pest control. 20. The role of biological control in an integrated coffee borer management in Columbia; A. Bustillo. 21. Correlation between edaphic factors and Coffea arabica fungal pathogens in South Pacific; F. Pellegrin, et al. 22. Physiological studies on mycorrhizal fungi production; A.A. De Araujo, et al. 23. Characterization of Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae isolates for potential use against the coffee berry; P.E. Vélez, et al. 24. The nematophagous fungi helper bacteria (NHB): a new dimension for the biological control of root knot nematodes by trapping fungi; R. Duponnois, et al. 25. Use of solid state fermentation to produce spores of fungal biopesticides for insect control; S. Roussos, et al. 26. Amylase and protease inhibitors as alternative against insect herbivores; A. Valencia Jiménez. 27. Properties of amylases of coffee berries borer, Hypothenemus hampei (Ferrari) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae); C.P. Martínez Díaz, et al. 28. New developments in the mass production of parasitoids Chephalonomia stephanoderis (Hymenoptera: Bethytlidae) on Hypothenemus hampei (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) reared using artificial diet; A. Villacorta, S.M. Torrecillas. Post-harvest technology. 29. Production cos

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