Best Reference Books – Introduction to Agricultural Botany

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

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Introduction To Agricultural Botany 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 "Introduction To Agricultural Botany" 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. “Introduction to Botany” by James Schooley

“Introduction to Botany” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book presents an ideal introduction to botany for the nonscience major. The book’s systematic organization around the five-kingdom system effectively covers the botanical basics. It also consists of many illustrations to make new scientific concepts easy to understand. By clearly presenting such topics as respiration, fermentation, photosynthesis. It also explains physical properties of protoplasm, the text builds a solid biological foundation for further study in the plant sciences.

2. “Introduction To Bioenergy” by Nigel G Halford

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“Introduction To Bioenergy” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to bioenergy, covering liquid biofuels (bioethanol and biodiesel), biomass and biogas. It describes the feedstocks that are used, including established and potential crops as well as waste, the production processes, the products, the political interventions to support the industry and the impacts the industry has had on markets. It provides information on how this sector is developing and where it may be headed, and aims to give a balanced view on the arguments for and against the exploitation of different bioenergy sources.

3. “Introduction to Plant Science: Revised Edition (Texas Science)” by Rick Parker

“Introduction to Plant Science: Revised Edition (Texas Science)” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the fascinating world of plant science. From the basic requirements for plant growth, to genetic engineering and biotechnology, it explains a lot. This easy- to- understand book is ideal for the high school level agriscience curriculum or college freshman level plant science course. Students will learn about the origins of cultivated plants, structure and anatomy, photosynthesis, respiration, propagation, production of major agronomic crops, and more.

4. “Plants from Test Tubes: An Introduction to Micropropagation” by Lydiane Kyte and John G Kleyn

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“Plants from Test Tubes: An Introduction to Micropropagation” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book explains about plants from test tubes. It also explains why it remains one of the most user-friendly yet thorough guides to the science of ornamental plant tissue culture. This helpful companion develops the grower’s understanding of the processes involved, whilst detailing the steps to design, equip and operate a laboratory as well as providing a culture guide to dozens of species.

5. “Introduction to Plant Diseases: Identification and Management” by George B Lucas and Lee Campbell

“Introduction to Plant Diseases: Identification and Management” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book provides practical, up-to-date information that helps in the successful management of diseases on food, fiber, and landscape plants. Students who do not have a strong background in the biological sciences can also learn fundamentals. This book includes new information on the precise identification of diseases and the pathogens that cause them. It also explains the development of epidemics of plant diseases. It also deals with the application of biotechnology in plant pathology. Finally it explains the use of alternative methods of crop production and disease management that help protect the environment.

6. “An Introduction to Crop Physiology” by F L Milthorpe and J Moorby

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“An Introduction to Crop Physiology” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book provides an understanding of the ways in which the various physiological processes are integrated to produce the responses shown by whole plants growing in the variable environment in the field, whilst stressing the quantitative aspects of these relationships. Emphasis is placed on integrating knowledge from many sources and on trying to assess quantitatively the importance of each component. The result is a comprehensive account making the book a valuable background for all interested in the study of plants in the field.

7. “An Introduction to Agroforestry” by P K Ramachandran Nair

“An Introduction to Agroforestry” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book summarizes the state of current knowledge in the rapidly expanding field of agroforestry. The book, organized into 25 chapters in 6 sections, reviews the developments in agroforestry during the past 15 years. This book describes the accomplishments in the application of biophysics like plant and soil related. It also explains socioeconomic sciences to agroforestry. Although the major focus of the book is on the tropics, where the practice and potential of agroforestry are particularly promising, the developments in temperate zone agroforestry are also discussed.

8. “Viticulture: An Introduction to Commercial Grape Growing for Wine Production” by Skelton Mw and Stephen P

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“Viticulture: An Introduction to Commercial Grape Growing for Wine Production” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book is an introduction to the professional world of growing grapes and aimed at the serious student in the wine trade, WSET Diploma student or Master of Wine candidate. This book includes new information on the precise identification of diseases and the pathogens that cause them. It also explains about diseases that have become more important since the first edition was published. It is also very useful for those thinking of setting up vineyards as it answers a lot of the basic questions.

9. “Plant Image Analysis: Fundamentals and Applications” by S Dutta Gupta and Yasuomi Ibaraki

“Plant Image Analysis: Fundamentals and Applications” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book introduces the basic concepts of image analysis. It also discusses various techniques in plant imaging, their applications, and future potential. Several types of imaging techniques are discussed including RGB, hyperspectral, therma and chromosome imaging. The book also covers the use of these techniques in assessing plant growth, early detection of disease and stress. It also explains fruit crop yield, plant chromosome analysis, plant phenotyping.

10. “Chamomile: Medicinal, Biochemical, and Agricultural Aspects (Traditional Herbal Medicines for Modern Times)” by Moumita Das

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“Chamomile: Medicinal, Biochemical, and Agricultural Aspects (Traditional Herbal Medicines for Modern Times)” Book Review: This book is designed for medical students. Students from horticultural can use this book. Research students, teachers and professionals can also use this book. This book provides the latest information on the medicinal, aromatic, and cultivation aspects of chamomile. It covers chamomile’s geographical distribution, taxonomy, chemistry, pharmacology, genetics, biochemistry, breeding, and cultivation. The book also discusses the profiles of the several medicinally active compounds of the oil and extracts and how their levels could be increased through breeding. This book also discusses the cultivation and postharvest technology aspects of the plant in different agroclimatic zones including that of India.

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