By Randy D. Dinkins, M. S. Srinivasa Reddy, Curtis A. Meurer, Carl T. Redmond (auth.), Pawan K. Jaiwal, Rana P. Singh (eds.)
Legumes contain many extremely important crop crops that give a contribution very severe protein to the diets of either people and animals around the globe. Their precise skill to mend atmospheric nitrogen in organization with Rhizobia enriches soil fertility, and establishes the significance in their area of interest in agriculture. Divided into volumes, this paintings offers an up to date research of in vitro and recombinant DNA applied sciences for the development of grain, forage and tree legumes.
Volume 10B provides the present nation and destiny customers of in vitro regeneration and genetic transformation expression and balance of transgenes amendment of features in just about all the real legumes, for instance: soybean; peanut; pea; french bean; chick pea; pigeon pea; cowpea; mung bean; black gram; azuki bean; lentil; Lathyrus; lupinus; Lotus spp; Medicago spp; Trifolium spp; Winged bean; Guar; and tree legumes for his or her development.
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Applied Genetics of Leguminosae Biotechnology by Randy D. Dinkins, M. S. Srinivasa Reddy, Curtis A. Meurer, Carl T. Redmond (auth.), Pawan K. Jaiwal, Rana P. Singh (eds.)