Instant Notes Vegetable Science: Subjective Type

authored by: Nagendra Rai, Bhagwat Saran Asati & Krishna Kumar Rai
ISBN: 9789395763165 | Binding: Paperback | Pages: 690 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2024
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 19 mm | Height: 229.00 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 840 GMS
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Plant Biology, Agricultural Science, Crop Physiology, Horticulture Research, Botanical Studies, Vegetable Cultivation, Agronomy Techniques, Soil Science, Plant Anatomy, Agricultural Innovation, Vegetative Growth, Sustainable Agriculture, Photosynthesis Processes, Crop Management, Vegetable Crop Diseases, Genetics in Agriculture, Plant Breeding Methods, Environmental Impact on Plants, Agricultural Sustainability, Agricultural Technology, Harvesting Practices, Agroecology, Plant Nutrition, Biotechnology in Agriculture, Vegetable Farming Practices

Vegetables are crucial for human health, providing essential nutrients and vitamins. They are a vital part of a balanced diet, rich in minerals like calcium and iron. Although they offer limited energy and protein, their importance lies in their ability to provide necessary nutrients. Vegetables contain bioactive phytochemicals that promote health and protect against diseases. In addition to their nutritional value, vegetables are an essential component of Indian agriculture due to their high yield, short duration, and economic viability. India's diverse agro-climatic conditions allow for the growth of a wide variety of vegetables. The book 'VEGETABLE SCIENCE Subjective Type' is a helpful resource for Indian students pursuing degrees in Olericulture, covering courses and competitive examinations such as ARS, NET, SRF, JRF, SET, and Ph.D. entrance examinations.

The first section of the book provides information on advancements in vegetable science, including education and research, the vegetable landscape, nutritional and medicinal values, vertical farming, high-tech production methods, nutrient management, production in changing climatic conditions, plant health management, and post-harvest and value-added processes. The second section covers vegetable breeding, biotechnology, including molecular breeding, nanotechnology, seed technology, and intellectual property rights. The third section provides information on vegetable production aspects, such as varieties/hybrids, agronomic techniques, and plant protection, including physiological disorders.

1. Education Research and Extension in Vegetable Science, 2. Vegetable Scenario, 3. Vegetable Nutrition and Medicinal Values, 4. Vertical Expansion of Vegetable Production, 5. High-Tech Vegetable Production 6. Production Management in Vegetable Crops, 7. Vegetable Production in Climate Change, 8. Plant Health Management, 9. Post-harvest and Value Addition, 10. Vegetable Breeding Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Seed  Technology and Intellectual Property Right, 11. Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Seed Technology, 12.  Intellectual Property Rights, 13. Vegetable Crop Varieties/Hybrids, 14.   Agrotechniques, Glossary

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