Best Reference Books – Crop, Environmental, Forest, Population and Gynecology Ecology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Crop, Environmental, Forest, Population and Gynecology Ecology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Crop, Environmental, Forest, Population and Gynecology Ecology along with reviews.

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1. “Heliothis: Research Methods and Prospects (Springer Series in Experimental Entomology)” by P G Allsopp and G S Boyan

“Heliothis: Research Methods and Prospects (Springer Series in Experimental Entomology)” Book Review: This book can be used as a reference by entomologists, population ecologists and agronomists. It explains the research techniques used to approach the heliothis management. It discusses sampling techniques, measurement of predator impact and physiological development. It gives a brief on detection, migration and dipause of heliothis. It also deals with modelling population dynamics.

2. “Evolution of Wild Emmer and Wheat Improvement: Population Genetics, Genetic Resources, and Genome Organization of Wheat’s Progenitor, Triticum dicoccoides” by E Nevo and A B Korol

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“Evolution of Wild Emmer and Wheat Improvement: Population Genetics, Genetic Resources, and Genome Organization of Wheat’s Progenitor, Triticum dicoccoides” Book Review: This book explains the evolution theory of wild emmer wheat. It explains the origin and evolution of wheat such as domestication and crop improvement. It discusses the population genetics of wild emmer wheat such as allozyme diversity, RAPD genetic diversity and many more. It describes the molecular evolution and ecological stress in wild emmer wheat. It also deals with genetic resources and prospects of wild emmer wheat.

3. “Invasive Species and Biodiversity Management (Population and Community Biology Series)” by Odd Terje Sandlund and Peter Johan Schei

“Invasive Species and Biodiversity Management (Population and Community Biology Series)” Book Review: This book is based on the papers presented at the UN conference on alien species. It gives an introduction to the invasive alien species problem. It covers topics of the human dimension, ecology introduction and international pathways. It also discusses the management tools and country case studies.

4. “Functional Diversity of Mycorrhiza and Sustainable Agriculture: Management to Overcome Biotic and Abiotic Stresses” by Michael J Goss and Mário Carvalho

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“Functional Diversity of Mycorrhiza and Sustainable Agriculture: Management to Overcome Biotic and Abiotic Stresses” Book Review: This book is useful for soil scientists and agronomists. It explains the core concepts of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. It explains the methods to maintain and promote AM fungal diversity. It gives a brief on the uses of indigenous AM fungal for arable agricultural production. It discusses the use of AM fungal in exploiting the soil microbial population. It provides real-world examples and applications. It includes illustrative diagrams and photographs.

5. “Recovering Biodiversity in Indian Forests (SpringerBriefs in Ecology)” by Krithi K Karanth and N Samba Kumar

“Recovering Biodiversity in Indian Forests (SpringerBriefs in Ecology)” Book Review: This book explains the importance of the preservation of wildlife. It shows an effective approach for biodiversity conservation. This text shows examples of some practical applications of sampling plants and animals. This book serves as a manual for managers of protected areas. Learn how to recover biodiversity and ecosystems by reading this book. This text evaluates the conservation of forest models by showing the levels of biodiversity.

6. “Urban Forests and Trees: A Reference Book” by Cecil C Konijnendijk and Kjell Nilsson

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“Urban Forests and Trees: A Reference Book” Book Review: It discusses all aspects of establishing and managing forests and trees in urban areas. It starts with the history, function and benefits of the urban forest. It describes the strategic aspects of accommodating the demands of the urban population. It also deals with policies, design, public participation and partnerships. It explains the establishment, selection and growing conditions of trees. It focuses on the management of urban forests and trees. It provides insights into future perspectives.

7. “Assessment of Crop Loss From Air Pollutants” by W W Heck and O C Taylor

“Assessment of Crop Loss From Air Pollutants” Book Review: This book contains the papers presented at a conference which was held to discuss the impacts of atmospheric pollutants on agricultural production. It discusses the reasons for carrying out loss assessment research and the NCLAN program. It deals with meteorology, atmospheric chemistry and regional monitoring. It also discusses yield assessment using field approaches for measuring crop loss. It explains abiotic and antibiotic interactive stress factors. Finally, it discusses the economic consideration and policy implications.

8. “Soil Mineral Stresses: Approaches to Crop Improvement (Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics)” by Anthony R Yeo and Timothy J Flowers

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“Soil Mineral Stresses: Approaches to Crop Improvement (Monographs on Theoretical and Applied Genetics)” Book Review: This book is focused on soil minerals. It gives an introduction to world population and agricultural productivity. It discusses crop improvement methods. It describes the conventional plant breeding for tolerance to problem soils. It explains the physiological criteria in screening and breeding and cytogenetic manipulation in the triticale. It explains the agricultural use of native plants on problem soils. It also deals with metal toxicity, micronutrient toxicities and deficiencies in rice. Finally, it summarises the breeding plants for problem soils, current knowledge and prospects.

9. “Pest Management in Rice” by B T Grayson and L G Copping

“Pest Management in Rice” Book Review: This book is based on the paper presented at the international conference on pest management in rice. It contains papers on the rice pest management system past and future and the current rice agrochemicals market. It also contains the importance of crop growth stages for determining the application timing of disease control agents on rice and many more papers.

10. “Ecophysiology of Short Rotation Forest Crops” by C P Mitchell and J B Ford-Robertson

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“Ecophysiology of Short Rotation Forest Crops” Book Review: This book explains the short rotation forestry production. It discusses the growth dynamics and canopy structure and woody plant root systems. It explains the nutritional dynamics and requirements of short-rotation forests. It describes the clonal testing and selection for field plantations. It gives a brief on pests, diseases and injuries in intensive short rotation forestry. It also explains ecophysiological growth process models and the role of genetic improvement in short rotation forestry. It contains illustrations and tables for a better understanding of concepts.

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