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Phytomicrobiome Interactions and Sustainable Agriculture

Verma, Amit / Saini, Jitendra Kumar / Bahadur Singh, Harikesh / Hesham, Abd El-Latif (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage Februar 2021
320 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-64462-0
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A guide to the role microbes play in the enhanced production and productivity of agriculture to feed our growing population

Phytomicrobiome Interactions and Sustainable Agriculture offers an essential guide to the importance of 'Phytomicrobiome' and explores its various components. The authors - noted experts on the topic - explore the key benefits of plant development such as nutrient availability, amelioration of stress and defense to plant disease. Throughout the book, the authors introduce and classify the corresponding Phytomicrobiome components and then present a detailed discussion related to its effect on plant development: controlling factors of this biome, its behaviour under the prevailing climate change condition and beneficial effects.

The book covers the newly emerging technical concept of Phytomicrobiome engineering, which is an advanced concept to sustain agricultural productivity in recent climatic scenario. The text is filled with comprehensive, cutting edge data, making it possible to access this ever-growing wealth of information. This important book:
* Offers a one-stop resource on phytomicrobiome concepts
* Provides a better understanding of the topic and how it can be employed for understanding plant development
* Contains a guide to sustaining agriculture using phytomicrobiome engineering
* Presents information that can lead to enhanced production and productivity to feed our growing population

Written for students, researchers and policy makers of plant biology, Phytomicrobiome Interactions and Sustainable Agriculture offers a clear understanding of the importance of microbes in overall plant growth and development.

1. Phytomicrobiome: Its components and composition
2. Rhizomicrobiome: Understanding its population dynamics for sustainable cropping
3. Phyllomicrobiome: An unexplored Phytomicrobiome
4. Endomicrobiome Microbiology: Composition and interactions
5. Phytomicrobiome Community: An agricultural perspective
6. Phytoproteomics: A new approach to decipher phytomicrobiome relationships
7. Metagenomics in phytomicrobiome analysis
8. Understanding rhizomicrobiome intercommunications for sustainable agriculture
9. Plant microbe signalling in Endomicrobiome
10. Advances in Omics and Bioinformatics Tools for phyllosphere studies
11. Effect of elevated CO2 on phytomicrobiome composition
12. Phytomicrobiome community: Key to alleviate high temperature stress
13. Combating the Abiotic Stress through phytomicrobiome studies
14. Rhizomicrobiome in plant stress: An overview of Microbial community and metabolites
15. Improved plant resistance to biotic and Abiotic stress by Phytomicrobiome community
16. Mining phytomicrobiome for eco-efficient agriculture
17. Phytomicrobiome signalling metabolites: Hope for new agroadditives
18. Alteration of Phytomicrobiome Microbial Community for sustainable agriculture
19. Management of Plant disease through phytomicrobiome engineering
20. Rhizosphere Engineering and modern agriculture
AMIT VERMA is Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, S.D. Agricultural University, India.

JITENDRA KUMAR SAINI is Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology at Central University of Haryana, India.

ABD EL-LATIF HESHAM is Professor of Microbial Genetics and Environmental Meta-Genome Biotechnology at Genetics Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Beni-Suef University, Egypt.

HARIKESH BAHADUR SINGH is Professor of Excellence, Department of Biotechnology, GLA University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India.