Horticulture - New Technologies and Applications: Proceedings of the International Seminar on New Frontiers in Horticulture, organized by Indo-Americ by J. PrakashHorticulture - New Technologies and Applications: Proceedings of the International Seminar on New Frontiers in Horticulture, organized by Indo-Americ by J. Prakash

Horticulture - New Technologies and Applications: Proceedings of the International Seminar on New…

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In November 1990 Indo-American Hybrid Seeds (IAHS), one of the largest and very innovative horticultural enterprises of its kind in India, celebrated its silver jubilee year in the town of Bangalore, India. On the occasion of this silver jubilee of IAHS an International Seminar on 'New Frontiers in Horticulture' was organized from 25-28th of November 1990 at the Ashok Radisson Hotel in Bangalore. IAHS was almost fully responsible in terms of organization and financially for this International Seminar. Assisted by an International Scientific Advisory Board, the organizing committee, all members of the company IAHS, really did a great job. I would like to thank in particular Mr. Mammohan Attavar (the company's founder) and Mr. Sri N.K. Bhat (partner of the company), respectively chairman and treasurer of the organizing committee, for their organizational and financial support in organizing this conference. Very special words of thanks go to my colleague editor, Dr. Jitendra Prakash, Secretary Organizing committee and Director of Biotechnology - IAHS, who was really the spill in the whole organization of our very successful conference.
Title:Horticulture - New Technologies and Applications: Proceedings of the International Seminar on New…Format:PaperbackDimensions:415 pagesPublished:November 9, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Advan ces in production technology.- System analysis of yield trials can raise efficiency of breeding for yield.- Research needs in the production of high quality seeds.- Breeding for quality and resistance to fusarial wilt in gladiolus.- Reproductive biology of potato: Basis for true seed production.- Resistance breeding under coordinated programme.- Quality improvement of Punjab grapes.- Exploitation of allien genes for yellow vein mosaic resistance in okra.- Use of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza (VAM) as biofertilizer for horticultural plants in developing countries.- Foliar feeding of zinc and iron in peach.- Conservation of wild plants of horticultural importance from Tumkur district, Karnataka.- Potential of seed storage at ambient temperature using organic liquids to avoid refrigeration.- Chemical weeding as a labour saving device in management of fruit nurseries.- Role of germplasm in Citrus rootstock improvement.- Comparative efficacy of single and split applied nitrogen on yield and quality of 'Perlette' grapes.- Induced mutations recovered in M2 and subsequent generations in three varieties of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench).- Plant genetic manipulation.- Role of viruses in plant biotechnology.- Microbial populations, host-specific virulence & plant resistance genes.- Genetically engineered resistance in plants against viral infection.- Genetic engineering and transformation of monocots for crop improvement.- Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer in Citrus reticulata Blanco.- Regeneration and genetic transformation studies in watermelon (Citrullus vulgaris L. cv. Melitopolski).- Molecular aspects of cytokinin's stymied action on auxin-mediated new root formation in the hypocotyls of Phaseolus vulgaris L..- Plant cell and tissue culture.- Commercial aspects of micropropagation.- Large scale micropropagation: it's strategic use in horticulture.- Micropropagation of bulb crops.- Current status of forest biotechnology.- Large scale secondary metabolite production: the sanguinarine story.- Current research on micropropagation of Sulcorebutia alba Rausch, Syringa vulgaris L., Hip-peastrum hybrids and Tulipa hybrids.- Plant cell culture and food biotechnology: current trends and future prospects.- Tissue culture propagation: problems and potentials.- Micropropagation and plant conformity in Anthurium andreanum.- Rapid in vitro propagation of virus-indexed Freesia.- Effect of culture media and growth regulators on in vitro propagation of rose.- Shoot tip culture method for rapid clonal propagation of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.).- Tissue culture strategies for banana.- Gynogenic plants from ovary cultures of Mulberry (Morus indica).- Induction of high frequency somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in mandarins.- Tissue culture of medicinal plants: morphogenesis, direct regeneration and somatic embryogenesis.- Production of important phytochemicals through plant cell cultures and scale-up operations: limitations and prospects.- Establishment of somatic cell culture and plant regeneration in grapes (Vitis vinifera L.).- In-ovulo embryo culture in seedless grapes (Vitis vinifera L.).- Micropropagation of Davana (Artemisia pallens Wall.) by tissue culture.- Clonal propagation of bamboo, coffee and mimosa.- Greenhouse technology.- Greenhouse environmental control for Indian conditions.- New seed-grown cut flowers for floriculture industry.- Cut flowers in the Western Hemisphere.- Decision support for integrated greenhouse production systems.- Greenhouse pot plant production in the United States.- Robotics applications to transplanting of plug seedlings.- Plant health and crop protection.- Immunological and molecular approaches to the diagnosis of viruses infecting horticultural crops.- Viruses of ornamentals - identification and diagnosis.- Protein-A supplemented immune electron microscopy for diagnosis of potato viruses X, S, Y and leafroll.- Production of virus-tested seed potatoes.- Pesticide decontamination of fruits and vegetables.- Pathogenesis-related proteins of tomato: comparative studies on protein profiles of resistant and susceptible lines of tomato following infection with Alternaria solani.- Recent advances in diagnosis of nematode diseases.- Diagnosis and management of bean flies in beans.- Post harvest and landscape horticulture.- Post-harvest of Gerbera cutflowers.- Effect of prepacking treatments on storability and quality of sapota (Achras sapots L.).- Potential of Indian wild plants as ornamentals.- Post harvest studies on kinnow mandarin.- Influence of gibberellic acid on flowering and plant sugar content of China aster (Callistephus chinensis (L.) Nees) cv. 'Hearth of France'.- Postharvest physiology of gladiolus flowers as influenced by cobalt and sucrose.- A few simple facts to reveal the stupendous dimensions. New frontiers in wild fruit tree crops.- Landscaping of industrial regions.- Evaporative cool storage of tomato fruits.- Effect of containers on total losses during grapes transportation and improvements for reduction in 3 years.

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'...the publication is a good reference material. ' Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 62:9 1992