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ID 202409 Biotechnological and Molecular Approaches in the Management of Biotic Stress in Plants

About the Book

This comprehensive exploration delves into the realm of biotechnology and molecular biology, showcasing innovative strategies aimed at bolstering plant resilience against pests, pathogens, and other biotic challenges. It offers a nuanced examination of advanced techniques and methodologies employed to mitigate the detrimental impacts of biotic stressors on plant species. From targeted genetic modifications to precision breeding techniques, this title illuminates the forefront of research and practical applications shaping the future of plant biotic stress management.The book will play a pivotal role in advancing knowledge, facilitating learning and fostering innovation in the fields of plant science, biotechnology and molecular biology, making it indispensable for researchers.

Chapters outlines but not limited to:

  1. Application of Modern Tools of Biotechnology for Pest Management
  2. Genetic Transformation of Crop Plants for Insect Resistance
  3. Genetic Improvement of Natural Enemies
  4. Genetic Improvement of Biopesticides
  5. Molecular Marker-Assisted Selection for Insect Resistance
  6. Understanding Gene Sequence and Function
  7. Metabolic Pathways
  8. Inducible Resistance
  9. Use of Molecular Markers for Diagnosis of Insect Pests and Their Natural Enemies
  10. Development of New Insecticide Molecules
  11. Dominant Repressible Lethal Genetic System to Produce Sterile Insects
  12. Biotechnological Approaches for Enhancing Resistance to crop pests
  13. Phenotyping for Insect & Disease Resistance
  14. RNAi-mediated gene silencing
  15. Molecular Studies in Biosystematics, Phylogeny and Distribution of Tephritid Fruit flies
  16. Molecular Methodologies in Detection of Gut Bacteria
  17. RNA Interference Research: Current Status and Future Outlook for Utilization in Insect Pest Management
  18. RNAi Vector Construction Strategies
  19. Requirements for Utilizing RNAi for Pest Management
  20. Mechanisms of uptake of dsRNA/siRNA by cells and spread of silencing signals in plants and insects Bioremediation of Pesticides in the Environment
  21. Microorganisms in Bioremediation Microbial Control in Insect Pest Management
  22. Microsporidian Entomopathogens
  23. Entomopathogenic Nematodes (EPNs)
  24. Molecular Markers in Entomological Research
  25. Transgenic Cotton in India
  26. Use of Biotechnological Techniques for Combating Insect Pests of Fruit Crops
  27. Pest- Insects Resistance to Microbial Control Agents: Current Status and Management Strategies
  28. Cross Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis
  29. Management of Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis and its Toxins
  30. Management of Resistance to Bacterial Insecticides in Mosquito Populations
  31. Biological and Molecular Approaches in Management of Mite Pests
  32. Biosystematics, Molecular Characterization and Management of different pests
  33. Molecular Techniques as Precision Diagnostics for Diseases and Mites of Honey
  34. Biointensive Integrated Pest Management for Sustainable Agriculture
  35. Host Plant Resistance
  36. Insecticide Resistance: Molecular Insight
  37. Induced Resistance and Defense Primings
  38. Transgenic Plant Technology: An Insight into Insect Resistance
  39. Molecular Approaches in stress management
  40. RNA Interference Technology
  41. Proteinase Inhibitors
  42. Hormone Analogues and Chitin Synthesis Inhibitors
  43. Phyto-Antifeedants
  44. Chemoecological Responses of Plants
  45. Bioinformatics
  46. Nanotechnology in Insect Pest Management
  47. Ethics and Safety Concerns

**Any new chapter based on the author's preference or the subject domain may be proposed

 

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  • One complimentary e-copy of chapter (Online Book) & 5 copies (Printed Book)
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  • Skilled, proficient and competent editorial and reviewer team
  • Selected good quality chapters (not all) will be indexed in RSquareL/Angiras and other indexing platforms.
  • Open access mode of publication in Biotica Digital Library
  • Enhanced search features are implemented to boost the discoverability of the content for readers and fellow researchers, thereby facilitating increased citations.
  • Easy paper/chapter management system with transparency of the process including peer review
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  • Editors/Authors will also be privileged to host National/International Conference/workshop at their own place or country
  • Editors/Authors will avail concessions in registration fees in all National/International conference/seminar/workshop

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