Best Reference Books – Forest Biotechnology

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

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Forest Biotechnology subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Forest Biotechnology" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Forest Products Biotechnology” by Alan Bruce and John Palfreyman

“Forest Products Biotechnology” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. This book presents a review of specialist research directed towards efficient and environmentally sensitive use of forests. An introductory chapter explaining the structure and anatomy of wood is followed by a chapter-by-chapter review of the most current developments on individual topics associated with a wide range of forest products such as timber, trees, pulp and paper, drugs and valuable chemicals. In addition, chapters focus on the ways of resolving some of the environmental problems faced by these industries.

2. “Biotechnology: Forestry and Forest Products. Bibliography” by Raymond Dobert and Robin Emrich

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“Biotechnology: Forestry and Forest Products. Bibliography” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. This book is a bibliography of the forest and its products. This book gives an overview of study of books as physical, cultural objects in the forestry department. It explains tree improvement and crop improvement methods. Forest reproductive material deployment including mass-propagation and prospects and perspectives for joint research and breeding are also explained in this book.

3. “Bioproducts From Canada’s Forests: New Partnerships in the Bioeconomy” by Suzanne Wetzel and Luc C Duchesne

“Bioproducts From Canada’s Forests: New Partnerships in the Bioeconomy” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book offers a balanced discussion of the technological, policy and regulatory issues surrounding the emerging global bioeconomy. This book will not only be of interest to Canadian forestry professionals and entrepreneurs, but also to those interested in the contribution of forestry to the bioeconomy worldwide.

4. “The Bioengineered Forest – Challenges for Science and Society” by SH Strauss

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“The Bioengineered Forest – Challenges for Science and Society” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book presents compelling arguments in favor of genetic engineering. Just as powerfully, it examines the significant technical and legal hurdles involved in genetic engineering, the undesirable environmental and social consequences that might result from its misapplication, and the risks for businesses that are looking too exclusively for near-term benefits.

5. “Forest Tree Breeding in Europe: Current State-of-the-Art and Perspectives (Managing Forest Ecosystems)” by Luc E Pâques

“Forest Tree Breeding in Europe: Current State-of-the-Art and Perspectives (Managing Forest Ecosystems)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book explains the state-of-art of breeding for the main forest tree species. We provide a comprehensive, unique and up-to-date overview of the major scientific results and breeding achievements gathered from the many programmes scattered across Europe. The book is divided into 10 chapters, each as a monograph corresponding to a species or group of species. Each of them is written by a group of experts and focuses on the distribution and economical importance of the species; motivation for breeding and breeding objectives; intraspecific genetic variability, breeding populations and breeding strategy.

6. “Transgenic Crops III (Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry)” by Y P S Bajaj

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“Transgenic Crops III (Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book starts with explaining about transgenic crops. It consists of various chapters. It explains the forestry methods besides these corps. It also explains various species. Breeding population and their objectives are also explained. Countries from Europe are taken as examples. It also explains genome mapping in the crops. It also deals with the significant technical and legal hurdles involved in genetic engineering, the undesirable environmental and social consequences that might result from its misapplication.

7. “Forest Trees (Genome Mapping and Molecular Breeding in Plants)” by Chittaranjan Kole

“Forest Trees (Genome Mapping and Molecular Breeding in Plants)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book details Populus trees, pines, Fagaceae trees, eucalypts, spruces, Douglas fir and black walnut, and offers a first-ever detailed review of Cryptomeria japonica. It thoroughly discusses innovative strategies to address the inherent problems of genome analysis of tree species.

8. “Biotechnology of Food Crops in Developing Countries (Plant Gene Research)” by T Hohn and K M Leisinger

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“Biotechnology of Food Crops in Developing Countries (Plant Gene Research)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book explains agricultural research in, e.g., the USA or Europe profits from the natural plant gene pool available in the third world. It also explains various technologies used in food crops in different countries. It explains tree improvement and crop improvement methods. Forest reproductive material deployment including mass-propagation and prospects and perspectives for joint research and breeding are also explained in this book.

9. “Biotechnology for Pulp and Paper Processing” by Pratima Bajpai

“Biotechnology for Pulp and Paper Processing” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. This book provides the most up-to-date information available on various biotechnological processes useful in the pulp and paper industry. Each of the twenty chapters covers a specific biotechnological process or technique, discussing the advantages, limitations, and future prospects of the most important and popular processes used in the industry. Topics covered include tree improvement, pulping, bleaching, deinking, fiber modification, biosolids management, and biorefining.

10. “Planted Forests: Contributions to the Quest for Sustainable Societies (Forestry Sciences)” by James Reid Boyle and Jack K Winjum

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“Planted Forests: Contributions to the Quest for Sustainable Societies (Forestry Sciences)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Planted forests, from irrigated eucalypts in Brazil to Douglas-fir seedlings in the mountains of Oregon, are described in this book. The varieties, purposes, forms, and ecological, economic and social aspects of planted forests are considered in technical details and in case studies from temperate and tropical regions of the world.

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