Best Reference Books – Biotechnology of Plant Metabolites

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Biotechnology of Plant Metabolites subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Biotechnology of Plant Metabolites along with reviews.

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1. “Medicinal and Aromatic Plants VII (Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry)” by Professor Dr Y P S Bajaj

“Medicinal and Aromatic Plants VII (Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry)” Book Review: The book on the biotechnology of medicinal and aromatic plants. It provides a survey of the literature, focusing on recent information and the state of the art in tissue culture and the in vitro production of secondary metabolites. This book deals with the conventional propagation, micro propagation, tissue culture studies and the in vitro production of important medicinal and pharmaceutical compounds. Also details about various species of aesculus, beta, bowiea, citrus, claviceps, coleonema, dunaliella, epimedium, euphorbia, forsythia and gomphrena. Textbook for students, teachers and research scientists in the field of pharmacy, plant tissue culture and plant biotechnology.

2. “Introduction to Plant Biotechnology” by H S Chawla

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“Introduction to Plant Biotechnology” Book Review: Textbook for students of biotechnology courses of undergraduate and graduate studies. This book covers topics like plant tissue culture viz. nutrition media, micropropagation, organ culture, cell suspension culture, haploid culture, protoplast isolation and fusion. In addition it also contains DNA technology, DNA in the genome and basic techniques involved in recombinant DNA technology. This book also explains about rDNA technology, gene cloning, isolation of plant genes, transposons and gene tagging.

3. “The Gentianaceae – Volume 2: Biotechnology and Applications” by Jan J Rybczyński and Michael R Davey

“The Gentianaceae – Volume 2: Biotechnology and Applications” Book Review: Aspects of biotechnology and their applications are covered in this book. Reference for scientists and students in the fields of botany, plant breeding, biotechnology and horticulture, as well as professional gardeners. Important topics covered are molecular markers, preservation of genetic resources by cryopreservation, postharvest physiology of cut gentian flowers and potted plants. It also mentions different analytical methods for the evaluation of gentians as sources of secondary metabolites such as xanthones and flavonoids, secoiridoids and C-gluco flavonoids and their positive impacts on human health.

4. “Advances in Plant Biopesticides” by Dwijendra Singh

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“Advances in Plant Biopesticides” Book Review: Important topics covered in the book are plant biopesticides bioresources, its application in different areas to manage pests and diseases of field crops, control of arthropods of veterinary and vectors of communicable diseases, efficacy in controlling honeybee mite pests, etc. The book also highlights a unique example for developing biopesticides based on the research on annonaceae as potential source of plant biopesticide, exploiting phytochemicals for developing green technology. Book for researchers, scientists, students, teachers, entrepreneurs and government & non-government policy makers.

5. “Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity)” by Dinesh K Maheshwari

“Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agroecosystem (Sustainable Development and Biodiversity)” Book Review: This book highlights current applications and research on bacterial hormones and surfactants to provide a timely overview. Important topics covered are enhanced sustainable agricultural production and alleviate food scarcity, the majority of microorganisms, etc. It also includes research on bacteria-mediated phytohormones is crucially important, plant growth and development. Various genera including PGPR group of bacteria are potential sources of plant growth regulators. It also has application of such organism allowing plants to survive under abiotic and biotic stress conditions besides govern phytohormone mediated immune response and manage to regulate hormones.

6. “Annual Plant Reviews: Functions and Biotechnology of Plant Secondary Metabolites” by Michael Wink

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“Annual Plant Reviews: Functions and Biotechnology of Plant Secondary Metabolites” Book Review: This book provides varied case studies from law enforcement, aviation and medical fields. Details broad standards and methods that can be applied to all blue and white collar fields. Book discusses principles, methods, and legal issues and offers a remedy by explaining how to apply forensic psychology to these cases-from every perspective.

7. “Applications of Plant Biotechnology: In Vitro Propagation, Plant Transformations and Secondary Metabolite Production” by Ashwani Kumar and S K Sopory

“Applications of Plant Biotechnology: In Vitro Propagation, Plant Transformations and Secondary Metabolite Production” Book Review: This book introduces plant tissue culture followed by specific applications of biotechnology in regeneration of rice, maize, eucalyptus, hot pepper, guava and stone fruit. It also compares the features of in vitro grown plants to in vivo plants, transgenic plants production and application, genetic engineering and metabolic engineering of plants and molecular farming. Also includes basic techniques employed in leading laboratories worldwide, follows an extended account of important applications in, for example, plant propagation, gene technology and secondary metabolite production. Serves as a textbook for both students and researchers of biotechnology, agriculture, horticulture, forestry as well as for the industry.

8. “Biotechnology of Antibiotics and Other Bioactive Microbial Metabolites” by G Lancini and R Lorenzetti

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“Biotechnology of Antibiotics and Other Bioactive Microbial Metabolites” Book Review: The book introduces biotechnology of microbial secondary metabolites, general biology, biosynthesis, the search for novel metabolites and techniques for strain improvement are all discussed. Undergraduate and graduate students can use it as a handbook to overview the field.

9. “Extraction of Metabolities from Plant Tissues” by A Mohdaly and I Smetanska

“Extraction of Metabolites from Plant Tissues” Book Review: This book reviews the extraction methods as conventional solvent extraction, supercritical fluid extraction (SFE), aqueous two-phase extraction (ATPE), liquid membrane extraction and reverse micelle extraction. The book also discusses the technology used for either to recover important food components, being a main processing stage for the production of certain food products (sugar, oils, proteins), to isolate desired components (antioxidants, flavours) or to remove contaminants and other undesirable components (alkaloids, cholesterol).

10. “Concepts in Plant Metabolomics” by Eve Syrkin Wurtele and B J Nikolau

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“Concepts in Plant Metabolomics” Book Review: This book topics include genes in a genome irrespective of functionality, metabolomics profiles of all metabolites in a biological sample. It also covers cellular processes by providing a measure of the ultimate phenotype of an organism, characterized by the collage of small molecules whose levels of accumulation is altered in response to genetic and environmentally induced changes in gene expression.

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