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Breeding of Neglected and Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, and Herbs

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Published by Science Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crop husbandry,
  • Technology & Engineering,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Agriculture - Agronomy,
  • Agriculture - Agronomy - Crop Science,
  • Breeding,
  • Endemic plants,
  • Food crops,
  • New crops

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSergio Ochatt (Editor), S. Mohan Jain (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages447
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12244043M
    ISBN 101578085098
    ISBN 109781578085095

    It is the third important spice crop of India, next to chilies and black pepper. India is the largest producer and exporter of turmeric contributing about 80% of production and 45% of export. The crop occupies major share of area in Andhra Pradesh followed by Orissa, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Maharashtra. Participatory breeding: tool for conservation of neglected and underutilized crops Concepts of biodiversity and agrobiodiversity Biological diversity or biodiversity (BD) is the variety of life in the planet Earth including the resources comprising the genetic heritage, re .

      A comprehensive list is given of cultivated plants in the families Umbelliferae and Labiatae. Major uses are indicated for every species by commodity groups. Numerous neglected and underutilized crops interesting for breeding activities in the future are included in this overview as well as many lesser known possibilities of by:   3. Neglected and Underutilised Crop Species (NUCS) Given the above background of limited water resources, the perceived threat of climate change and the need to come up with mitigation strategies, this commentary aims to highlight some of the progress made in developing and increasing the pool of available information describing drought tolerance and water-use of selected neglected Cited by:

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Buy Breeding of Neglected and Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, and Herbs on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Breeding of Neglected and Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, and Herbs: Ochatt, Sergio, Jain, S.M.: : BooksFormat: Hardcover.

1st Edition Published on January 6, by CRC Press This book includes 20 different chapters, where the authors have addressed various aspects of the cultivat Breeding of Neglected and Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, and Herbs - 1s. The first chapter deals with the more general aspects of the cultivation and propagation of these crops, thirteen chapters concentrate on specific neglected crops, nine of which focus on seed propagated crops and the remaining four on vegetatively propagated ones, while the last five chapters describe and Herbs book uses, importance, propagation and improvement of neglected and under-utilized crops from.

Breeding of Neglected and Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, and Herbs - CRC Press Book This book includes 20 different chapters, where the authors have addressed various aspects of the cultivation, taxonomy, socio-economic importance and breeding and development as applied to neglected and underutilized crops.

This book contains 20 chapters that addresses the various aspects of cultivation, taxonomy, socioeconomic importance and breeding and development as applied to neglected and underutilized crops. The first chapter deals with the more general aspects of cultivation and propagation of the crops, 13 chapters concentrate on specific neglected crops, 9 of which focus on seed propagated crops and Cited by: Such knowledge is relevant for breeding, although dill is a minor crop and breeding in such crops tend to be neglected (Ochatt and Jain, ;Stamp et al., ;Solberg and Breian, ).

The current investigation highlights both gaps and overlaps in the global holdings of dill genetic resources. Ochatt S, Jain SM () Breeding of neglected and under-utilized crops, spices and herbs.

Science Publishers, Enfield Google Scholar Oscanoa C, Vilchez J, Narro T, Sevilla R () Participatory breeding and decentralized seed production in maize in the Central Highlands of by: 2. Extracts were done from maize coleoptile sections, amaranth dry seeds, seedlings and leaves by hand crashing using glass stick in mortar on ice with several grains of pure sand for amaranth seed samples.

Extraction solution consisted of g of sucrose and g. Breeding of Neglected and Under-utilized Crops, Spices and Herbs ISBNBreeding Services for Small Dairy Farmers Sharing the Indian Experience ISBNCitrus Production, Post Harvest, Disease and Pest Management ISBN Underutilized and Promising Species, Crops and Breeds.

1 S U M M A R Y. The present study has been written on behalf of the GTZ Sector Project “Managing Agrobiodiversity in Rural Areas” to provide an overview about the current dialog and initiatives concerning “underutilized and neglected” crops and by: regionally and globally are known as underutilized vegetables.

Although the underutilized. vegetables have poor market value and production, but these plant species are adaptive to local.

climatic conditions and require good management : Shaikh Shamim Hasan. This book is intended to be brief compilation of the information available on crop improvement and varietal wealth in relation to underutilized fruit crops with a view to provide the overviews on evolution of each crop, the history of domestication, taxonomy, centre of diversity, different species, crop improvement objectives, cytogenetic Author: S.N.

Ghosh. Get this from a library. Breeding of neglected and under-utilized crops, spices, and herbs. [Sergio Ochatt; S Mohan Jain;] -- This book includes 20 different chapters, where the authors have addressed various aspects of the cultivation, taxonomy, socio-economic importance and breeding and development as applied to neglected.

Lec 22 Population improvement programmes, recurrent selection, synthetics and composites Lec 23 Hybrids Lec 24 Clonal selection Lec 25 Hybridization Lec 26 Mutation Breeding Lec 27 Procedure for Mutatuion breeding Lec 28 Application of Mutatuion breeding Lec 29 (1) Ploidy breeding Lec 30 (2) Ploidy breeding File Size: 6MB.

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Underutilized plants exist in all food groups and include species of all forms (field crops, trees, shrubs, vines, etc.) that provide food from various parts (seeds, leaves, roots, tubers, flowers, etc.). A summary of underutilized crop diversity for different regions is shown in Fig.

This book basically deals with brief history of spices, uses of spices, world trade in spices area & production of spices in India, area and production of spices in India, major and minor spices of India, spice processing, quality issues with spices, bird chillies and Tabasco chillies, basil or sweet basil, seasoning blend duplication.

Neglected and underutilized species (NUS) are those to which little attention is paid or which are entirely ignored by agricultural researchers, plant breeders and policymakers1. Typically, NUS are not traded as commodities. They are wild or semi-domesticated varieties and non-timber forest species.

The first authentic record of spice and herb usage is on clay tablets from the Sumarian Kingdom about 3, BC, and many spices were used or imported into Egypt for embalming, as incense, ointments, perfumes, poison antidotes, cosmetics and medicines.

Plants that are the source of spices became important cash crops over the centuries, and since their introduction, their uses have s: 1.

The first chapter deals with the more general aspects of the cultivation and propagation of these crops, thirteen chapters concentrate on specific neglected crops, nine of which focus on seed propagated crops and the remaining four on vegetative propagated ones, while the last five chapters describe the uses, importance, propagation and improvement of neglected and under-utilized crops from different regions.

Breeding Of Neglected And Under-Utilized Crops, Spices, And Herbs. Home; and underutilized crops as book; About The The first chapter deals with the more general aspects of the cultivation and propagation of these crops, thirteen chapters book includes 20 different chapters, where the authors have addressed various aspects of the.Neglected and underutilized crops also represent an important source of revenue for local economies and are part of the rich cultural and traditional heritage of communities around the world.

In addition, these crops are important sources of resistance genes for biotic and abiotic stress breeding that can be utilized also for the genetic.

The study revealed that no document, publication, or project has developed list of neglected and underutilized crop species for Benin. Based on the information gathered from the interviewees and taking into account the types of species excluded by the project (pure medicinal species, spices, and oil crops), Cited by: