Abiotic And Biotic Stresses In Soybean Production: Soybean Production Volume 1

Hardcover | January 4, 2016

byMohammad MiransariEditorMohammad Miransari

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Abiotic and Biotic Stresses in Soybean Production: Soybean Production Volume One presents the important results of research in both field and greenhouse conditions that guide readers to effectively manage the chemical, physical, and biological factors that can put soybean production at risk. Including the latest in genetics, signaling, and biotechnology, the book identifies these types of stresses, their causes, and means of avoiding, then addresses existing stresses to provide a comprehensive overview of key production yield factors. By presenting important insights into the historical and emerging uses for soybean, the book educates readers on the factors for consideration as new uses are developed. It is an ideal complement to volume two, Environmental Stress Conditions in Soybean Production, that work together to provide valuable insights into crop protection. Presents insights for the successful production of soybean based on chemical, physical and biologic challenges Includes the latest specifics on soybean properties, growth, and production, including responses to different stresses and their alleviation methods Offers recent advancements related to the process of N fixation and rhizobium, including signaling pathways and their practical use Explores the production of rhizobium inoculums at large-scale levels

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Abiotic and Biotic Stresses in Soybean Production: Soybean Production Volume One presents the important results of research in both field and greenhouse conditions that guide readers to effectively manage the chemical, physical, and biological factors that can put soybean production at risk. Including the latest in genetics, signaling,...

Prof. Dr. Mohammad Miransari, with 60 ISI article, 18 authored and edited book, and 38 book chapters, have been the reviewer for more than 20 international journals. I have spent a long time studying and doing research in some of the most prestigious universities in the world including Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, M...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:344 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:January 4, 2016Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128015365

ISBN - 13:9780128015360

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1. The Importance of Soybean Production Worldwide 2. Soybean Signaling Cross Talk between Biotic and Abiotic Stresses 3. Enhancing Soybean Response to Biotic and Abiotic stresses 4. Use of Proteomics to Evaluate Soybean Response under Biotic and Abiotic Stresses 5. Soybean N-Fixation and Production of Soybean Inoculums 6. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria to Alleviate Soybean Growth under Biotic Stresses 7. Soybean Production and Salinity Stress 8. Soybean Production and Drought Stress 9. Soybean Production and Heavy Metal Stress 10. Soybean Production and Suboptimal Root Zone Temperature 11. Soybean Production and N fertilization 12. Soybean Production and Heat Stress 13. Strategies, challenges and Future Perspectives for Soybean Production under Stress