Origins and Phylogeny of Rices

Origin and Phylogeny of Rices provides an evolutionary understanding of the origin, spread, and extent of genetic diversity in rice. This single volume is the first to review and synthesize the significant work done in this area in the last 30 years. Rice is the most important food crop of humankind. It provides more energy and also forms the staple food for more humans than any other food plant. This book assesses multiple aspects of this crucial crop in chapters devoted to rice's history and spread, phylogeny of the genus Oryza, Oryza species and their interrelationships, and the origins of west African and Asian rice. Offers an interpretive review of the latest research on this vital crop Guides further research and understanding with an extensive list of references Enhances the presentation of concepts via illustrations throughout

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  • Author : N. M. Nayar
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 305 pages
  • ISBN : 9780124171770
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Origins and Phylogeny of Rices

Origins and Phylogeny of Rices
  • Author : N. M. Nayar
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 09 April 2014
GET THIS BOOKOrigins and Phylogeny of Rices

Origin and Phylogeny of Rices provides an evolutionary understanding of the origin, spread, and extent of genetic diversity in rice. This single volume is the first to review and synthesize the significant work done in this area in the last 30 years. Rice is the most important food crop of humankind. It provides more energy and also forms the staple food for more humans than any other food plant. This book assesses multiple aspects of this crucial crop in chapters devoted

Origins and Phylogeny of Rices

Origins and Phylogeny of Rices
  • Author : N.M. Nayar
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 03 April 2014
GET THIS BOOKOrigins and Phylogeny of Rices

Origin and Phylogeny of Rices provides an evolutionary understanding of the origin, spread, and extent of genetic diversity in rice. This single volume is the first to review and synthesize the significant work done in this area in the last 30 years. Rice is the most important food crop of humankind. It provides more energy and also forms the staple food for more humans than any other food plant. This book assesses multiple aspects of this crucial crop in chapters devoted

The Wild Oryza Genomes

The Wild Oryza Genomes
  • Author : Tapan K. Mondal,Robert J. Henry
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 February 2018
GET THIS BOOKThe Wild Oryza Genomes

This book focuses on the latest genome sequencing of the 25 wild Oryza species, public and private genomic resources, and their impact on genetic improvement research. It also addresses the untapped reservoir of agronomically important traits in wild Oryza species. Rice is a model crop plant that is frequently used to address several basic questions in plant biology, yet its wild relatives offer an untapped source of agronomically important alleles that are absent in the rice gene pool. The genus Oryza

Rice Biology in the Genomics Era

Rice Biology in the Genomics Era
  • Author : Hiro-Yuki Hirano,Atshushi Hirai,Yoshio Sano,Takuji Sasaki
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 08 January 2008
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There are few more emotive, or important, crops in the world than rice – the staple food for a huge proportion of the world’s population. This volume presents the latest results of research in crop improvement as well as in molecular and cellular activities in rice. It consists of 26 chapters and is divided into the following four sections: Genome-wide and genome-based research; Signal transduction and development; Evolution and ecology; Improvement of rice.

Rice in Africa

Rice in Africa
  • Author : I. W. Buddenhagen,G. J. Persley,International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 16 June 1978
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Overview of rice in Africa. Genetic improvement. Pests and diseases. Production-oriented research. Short research communications. Contry statements.