4 edition of An Inventory of germplasm of plants of economic importance in South India found in the catalog.
An Inventory of germplasm of plants of economic importance in South India
|Statement||A. Abraham ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Abraham, A., 1914-, University of Kerala. Dept. of Botany.|
|LC Classifications||SB176.I4 I58 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 276 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||84901528|
Rootstock plants are raised from stones. Most of the commercial varieties in India are monoembyronic but some varieties from South India are polyembryonic which give true-to-type seedlings from nucellar embryos (Sachar and Chopra ). Stones collected indiscriminately give poor germination but provide a . Berseem and Desmodium Economic importance, soil and climatic requirement, varieties, cultural practices and yield. Silage and hay making - green manure and green leaf manure crops. Sesbania sp., Kolingi and Glyricidia - economic importance, soil and climatic requirement, varieties, cultural practices and yield.
Definition, Aim, Objectives and Scope of Plant Breeding Definition: Plant breeding can be defined “as an art and science” and technology of improving the genetic make up of plants in relation to their economic use for the man kind. or Plant breeding is the art and science of improving the heredity of plants for the benefit of mankind. orFile Size: KB. Plant diversity is currently being lost at an unprecedented rate, resulting in an associated decrease in ecosystem services. About a third of the world's vascular plant species face the threat of extinction due to a variety of devastating activities, including, over-harvesting and over exploitation, destructive agricultural and forestry practices, urbanization, environmental pollution, land Author: Gao Chen, Weibang Sun.
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Plant Protection Research Institute, Handbook 12 ; Hitchcock, C. et al. The economic importance of plants is almost found in every aspect of the planet and other living things. Destruction of plants leads to ecological imbalance and in turn survival of any organism on the planet.
Hence, saving the existing trees and planting more trees are vital for the very existence of living organisms and protecting the environment. Plant Germplasm Preserving Diversity,Insuring Our Future A sample of the range of colors, shapes, sizes, and textures of cotton leaves, bolls, and seeds in the National Cotton Germplasm Collection.
Colored cottons, such as the orange and tan ones on the left, are used to make dye-free clothing and are native to Central and South Size: KB. Economic Importance of Plants Plants are extremely important in the lives of people throughout the world.
People depend upon plants to satisfy such basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, and health care. These needs are growing rapidly because of a growing world population, increasing incomes, and urbanization. Source for information on Economic Importance of Plants: Plant Sciences.
medicinal plants is much more to countries such as India than to rest of the world. These countries provide two third of the plants used in modern system of medicine and the health.
The conservation value of germplasm stored at the Millennium Seed Bank, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK Article (PDF Available) in Biodiversity and Conservation January with Reads. part of northeastern India, has a geographical area of ha ( % of India’s geographical area) out of which % area is under the forest (NEC ).
The state of Mizoram is bordered by Myanmar in the east and south, Bangladesh to the west, while the states of Manipur, Assam, and Tripura bordered to the north. Mizoram is so named. TREES AND THEIR ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE • The banana tree (plant) has only a thick false stem (pseudostem), which is not woody but made up of a central core of soft tissues concealed by the fibrous and sheathing bases of large leaves.
Strictly speaking, the banana plant is a giant herb. Simply put, Economic Botany is the interaction of people with plants. Economic botany is closely related to the field of ethnobotany—that word is based on two Greek roots: ethnos (race: people: cultural group) and botanikos (of herbs) and can mean the plant lore of a race or people as well as the study of that lore.
Sixty-five percent of respondents said that they rarely. plants of economic &/or aesthetic importance 1 (Contacts).
“Economic plants may be defined as those that are utilised either directly or indirectly for the benefit of Man. Indirect usage includes the needs of man’s livestock and the maintenance and improvement of the environment; the benefits may be domestic, commercial or aesthetic.”Cited by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Economic plants of India by Nayar, M. Plants are extremely important in the lives of people throughout the world. People depend upon plants to satisfy such basic human needs as food, clothing, shelter, and health care.
These needs are growing rapidly because of a growing world population, increasing incomes, and urbanization.
Plants. Seaweeds are a renewable marine resources and have not yet received considerable attention in the field of taxonomy in India as compared to their terrestrial counterparts, essentially due to the lack of awareness of their economic potential.
Although the recent inventory from the Indian region documented the presence of approximately seaweed taxa, of which only a few are taxonomically well Author: Vaibhav A.
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“The current book on ‘wild relatives of cultivated plants in India: a reservoir of alternative genetic resources and more’ is an intriguing description of the occurrence and distribution of around wild species of cultivated plants in India.
The book will also serve as a template for documenting the occurrence and distribution of Brand: Springer Singapore. The ex-situ and in-vitro approaches to conservation of plant genetic resources, as outlined above, are being integrated with a strategy for in-situ conservation of wild relatives of crop plants in the form of gene sanctuaries and eco-system conservation (Table 5a and b).This phase will be undertaken in active collaboration with the Department of Environment and Forests that administers the.
Methods. Inexisting practices in collecting and trading high value minor crops from Swat District, Pakistan, were analyzed.
The focus of the study was on the collection pattern of medicinal plants as an economic activity within Swat District and the likely destinations of these products in national or international by:.
Economic botany is the study of the relationship between people (individuals and cultures) and plants. Economic botany intersects many fields including established disciplines such as agronomy, anthropology, archaeology, chemistry, economics, ethnobotany, ethnology, forestry, genetic resources, geography, geology, horticulture, medicine, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacognosy, and pharmacology.PLANTS OF ECONOMIC &/OR AESTHETIC IMPORTANCE 1 South & Central America Arboretums & Parks (California) Scientific Names Bibliography.
CLICK for Photo List ===== 1. The format of A. F. Hill () has been largely adopted to categorize the various groups.Economic plants are defined as being useful either directly, as in food, or indirectly, as products we use or that enhance the environment.
Plants are essential to life on earth; they produce the oxygen we breathe through photosynthesis and provide much of the food we eat.