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Core Microbiome

Improving Crop Quality and Productivity

Parray, Javid A. / Abd-Allah, Elsayed F. / Shameem, Nowsheen / Mir, Mohammad Yaseen (Editor)


1. Edition June 2022
336 Pages, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-83076-4
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Improve the quality and productivity of your crops through selecting positive and effective interactive core-microbiomes

As microbial cells are present in overwhelming numbers in our soil, it is perhaps inevitable that microbes are found extensively in plant and animal tissue. The role of microbiomes on the regulation of physiological processes in animals has been extensively researched in recent years, but the overarching role of the plant microbiome has yet to be discovered.

Core Microbiome: Improving Crop Quality and Productivity is an attempt to remediate some of that deficit, as the first book to summarize feature of microbial communities that make up the plant microbiome. There is substantial evidence that these communities are crucial in disease control, enhanced nutrient acquisition, and stress tolerance--a feature more important than ever due to climate change. A further focus on improving how core microbiomes interact so that they are both phenotypically and genotypically very adaptive and sustainable will allow the reader to improve the quality and productivity of crops so that they may be considered sustainable agriculture.

Core Microbiome readers will also find:
* Descriptions of the basic structure of core microbiomes and their functions across various habitats
* New and cutting-edge trends and technological innovations highlighted that use core microbiomes to harness plant microbiome interaction
* The structure, classification, and biotechnological applications of aquatic core microbiomes, in addition to the material on plant microbiomes

As a broad introduction to the interaction of core microbiome and plant productivity, Core Microbiome is ideal for researchers and scientists working in the field of environmental science, environmental microbiology, and waste management. Similarly, undergraduate and graduate students in these fields, as well as in agriculture, biotechnology, biosciences, and life and environmental sciences will also benefit from this work.

Chapter 01: A Review on Bacterial Microbiota of Medicinal Plants and Their Antimicrobial Property
Robeena Sarah, Nida Idrees and Baby Tabassum* Chapter 02: Plant Microbiome: A key to managing plant diseases
Dipal B. Minipara, Khushboo Pachhigar and Himanshu R. Barot

Chapter 03: Impact of microbiomes to counter abiotic stresses in medicinal plants- a review
Abeer Hashem, Abdulaziz A. Alqarawi, Javid A. Parray, Sushil K. Sharma, Ashwani Kumar, Khalid F. Almutariri, Turki M. Dawoud, Khalid S. Almaary, Asma N. Alsaleh, Nosheen Shameem and Elsayed Fathi Abd_Allah

Chapter 04: Uses of Compost in Agriculture and Bioremediation - A Review
Aparna Gunjal

Chapter 05: Metagenomics and microbiome engineering: two arms for identification of core microbiome and improve Rhizosphere
Bahman Fazeli-Nasab. Nafiseh Mahdinezhad and Javid Ahmad Parray

Chapter 06: Core microbiome: Plant growth and development
Thirunarayanan P, Uday Kumar Thera, Tulasi korra, Manoj Kumar.V

Chapter 07: Microbiome engineering and biotechnology: The real finesses for robust rhizosphere
Barkha Sharma, Shalini Tiwari and Kailash Chand Kumawat

Chapter 8: Role of Rhizospheric Microbiome in Enhancing Plant Attributing Traits and Soil Health for Sustainable Agriculture
Sandeep Sharma and Kailash Chand Kumawat

Chapter 9: Toxic Effect of Some Herbicides on Fatty Acid Profile in Wheat Varieties: A phytomicrobiome study
Fadime Karabulut and Songul Çanakcy-Gulengul

Chapter 10: Microbial prospects in sediment denitrification of Eutrophic Wetland Ecosystems
Rupak Kumar Sarma

Chapter 11: Role of plant microbiome in carbon sequestration for sustainable agriculture
Ranjith Sellappan, Aswini Krishnan and Kalaiselvi Thangavel

Chapter 12: Functions and Emerging Trends of Microbial-Community in Heavy Metals Bioremediation: A Review
Nida Idrees, Robeena Sarah and Baby Tabassum

Chapter 13: Microbiomics and Sustainable Agriculture New Frontiers
Shabeer Ahmad Dar, Mohammad Yaseen Mir, Azra N. Kamili, Irshad Ahmad Nawchoo, Shabir Ahmad Bhat

Chapter 14: Role Of Nanotechnology in Soil Microbiome Development
Bisma Farooq, Shahnaz Anjum, Madiha Farooq, Gulzar Ahmed Rather, Asma Nazir, Anima Nanda

Chapter 15: Microbial biofilms: An optimal for genetic material exchange in a miccrobiome environment
Niraj Singh, Pranjal Pratim Das

Chapter 16: Rhizosphere improvement: Role of Biotechnology and micro bioengineering
Afrozah Hassan and Irshad A. Nawchoo

Chapter 17: Exploring biological agents and core microbiomes as a tool for reclamation of abandoned mines
Seema B. Sharma and Rupak Dey

Chapter 18: Mycorrhizal-based strategy for the management of hazardous chromium contaminants
Abeer Hashem, Nowsheen Shameem, Javid A. Parray, Elsayed Fathi Abd_Allah
Javid A. Parray is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Higher Education at Government Degree College, Eidgah Srinagar, India.

Nowsheen Shameem is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Cluster University Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India.

Elsayed Fathi Abd-Allah is an Assistant Professor in the Plant Production Department, ­College of Food and Agricultural Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Mohammad Yaseen Mir is a Research Scholar at the Centre of Research for Development, ­Hazrathbal Srinagar University of Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, India.