1 edition of Nitrogen assimilation and crop productivity found in the catalog.
Nitrogen assimilation and crop productivity
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by S.P. Sen, Y.P. Abrol, S.K. Sinha.|
|Contributions||Sen, S. P., Abrol, Y. P., Sinha, S. K., Plant Biochemical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
Add tags for "Nitrogen assimilation and crop productivity: proceedings of national symposium held at Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, October , under the . Nitrogen is the most important macronutrient needed for plant growth and development. The availability of nitrogen in the soil fluctuates greatly in both time and space. Crop plants, except leguminous plants, depend on supply of nitrogen as fertilizers. Large quantities of nitrogen fertilizers are applied to crop plants, but only 33% of it is utilized by the by: 6.
Nitrogen use and behavior in crop production. Urbana, Ill.: Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Fred Welch. This research aimed to compare the productivity of three species of pulse plants (Vicia faba L., Pisum sativum L., Lupinus angustifolium L.) in acidic sandy loam soil and to determine the influence of NPK (N0P0K0, N0P27K73, N30P27K73) fertilisers on grain yield and nitrogen experiments were conducted Voke Branch of Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry Author: Liudmila Tripolskaja, Rita Asakaviciute.
The assimilation of inorganic nitrogen into organic form has marked effects on plant productivity, biomass, and crop yield (Hageman and Lambert, ; Lawlor et al., ). As such, a tremendous amount of biochemical and physiological studies have been performed on nitrogen assimilatory enzymes from a variety of plant species, especially crops and by: Nitrogen (N) fertilizers are needed to enhance maize (Zea mays L.) production. Maize plays a major role in the livestock industry, biofuels, and human nutrition. Globally, less than one-half of applied N is recovered by maize. Although the application of N fertilizer can improve maize yield, excess N application due to low knowledge of the mechanisms of nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) poses Cited by: 1.
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This GS/GOGAT pathway of ammonia assimilation is of crucial importance for crop growth and productivity and ultimately animal and human nutrition.
Glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) is now considered to be only involved in glutamate catabolism to form ammonia, an Cited by: The realization of this book stems from a national symposium, Nitrogen in Crop Production, held in Sheffield, Alabama, 25–27 Mayjointly sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority National Fertilizer Development Center, the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of America.
In addition, global nitrogen cycling and its availability from soil, and a case study of field estimation of nitrogen balance at a university farm are described. Part II is entitled Nitrogen Absorption in Plants. The absorption and assimilation of ammonia and nitrate First published: 06 Jun, Crop rotation, soil reclamation, forestry, forage mixed cropping, intercropping with grasses and legumes, associative nitrogen fixation with non-legume crops, such as sugarcane, and other agricultural practices in Brazil are also dependent on biological nitrogen fixation.
Review: Nitrogen assimilation in crop plants and its affecting factors. Can. Plant Sci. – In this review we discuss mainly nitrogen assimilation in crop plants and factors affecting the related process.
Nitrogen is a major macro-element limiting Cited by: Nitrogen Assimilation and its Relevance to Crop Improvement of Nitrogen assimilation and crop productivity book and hence reduces their total plant nitrogen (N) assimilation and ultimately growth.
gains in global crop production. crop varieties with high nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) is imperative for sustainable agriculture. The nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) for crop plants is of great concern globally. The rapid increasing world population needs crop genotypes that respond to higher nitrogen and show a direct relationship to yield with use of nitrogen inputs, i.e.
Nitrogen Fixation in Crop Production will serve as an outstanding resource for research scientists and graduate students, and for individuals developing public policy for research programs to improve crop production throughout the world.
Marcus M. Alley, President of the American Society of Agronomy. Of course, if the rate of supply from storage plus soil drops below the requirement in the long-term then growth will be restricted. Here, an understanding of the basic processes of carbon and nitrogen assimilation and how they relate to crop yield is of importance.
It could guide agronomic practice, breeding and genetic engineering. N-response curvesCited by: Nitrogen is a primary driver of crop production. Given sample sunlight and water and favorable temperatures, yields of dry substance and grain are loosely linked to the availability and uptake of Author: Natasa Cerekovic.
Nitrogen (N) is one of the most important nutrients required for crop production. Application of fertilizer N results in increased growth and higher biomass yields.
It directly influences the amino acid composition of protein and thereby nutritional quality of the economic by: 8. Book: Nitrogen assimilation by plants: physiological, biochemical and molecular aspects + pp.
ends of chapters Abstract: This multi-author book is divided into five main sections: Assimilation of nitrate and ammonium; Symbiotic assimilation of nitrogen (including Rhizobium rhizobium Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: Remarkably, nitrogen fixation contributed up to 82% of the nitrogen content of the crop [12 ••], further suggesting that associative nitrogen-fixing bacteria can have a significant impact on crop production.
Although inoculation of crops with known plant-associative diazotrophs has improved crop growth and yield in low-nitrogen field trials Author: Sarah E Bloch, Min-Hyung Ryu, Bilge Ozaydin, Richard Broglie.
Abstract. An understanding of the relationship between N assimilation and grain yield and protein, and the measurement of genetic variation in preanthesis and postanthesis N assimilation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) are necessary to achieve additional gains in selecting for both high grain yield and high graintotal N assimilation in the spring wheat cultivars ‘Anza’ and.
Title. Nitrogen use and behavior in crop production / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Agricultural Experiment Station) Series: Bulletin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Agricultural Experiment Station) Nitrogen in Agriculture.
Nitrogen is the most yield-restraining nutrient in crop production globally. Efficient nitrogen management is one of the most important factor for improving nitrogen use efficiency, field crops productivity and profitability.
This book covers all aspects of the transfer of nitrogen from the soil and air to a final resting place in the seed protein of a crop plant. It describes the physiological and molecular mechanisms of ammonium and nitrate transport and assimilation, including symbiotic nitrogen fixation by the Rhizobiacea.
Effects of N in crops are profound, but much understanding of crop growth responses to N is empirical. This review attempts to develop a mechanistic understanding of the effects of N on crop biomass accumulation by elucidating quantitative relationships among leaf N content, CO 2 assimilation rate, and crop radiation use efficiency.
Three crop species were considered: soybean (Glycine max [L. Nitrogen Assimilation by Plants book. Physiological, Biochemical, and Molecular Aspects.
Nitrogen Assimilation by Plants. DOI link for Nitrogen Assimilation by Plants. Nitrogen: Crop Production and Environment. View abstract. chapter 24 | 10 pages Nodular Diagnosis: Agronomic Basis for an Integrated Improvement of Symbiotic Nitrogen Cited by: It is a method to develop a healthy new variety of crop by cross breeding two different varieties of the crop.
Nitrogen fixation → Nitrogen assimilation → Ammonification → Nitrification → Denitrification 7. Process by which free nitrogen gas is converted into nitrogen compounds (nitrates or nitrites) is called nitrogen fixation.
Book Description Table of Contents Book Description This publication contains the most important information acquired over the last twenty years in the area of nitrogen metabolism and envisages new strategies to improve plant species of agronomic value by devising new techniques for growing them. Crop Production and Management Class 8 Science Chapter 1.
Crop Production and Management Class 8 Science Chapter 1 as per NCERT Book used in CBSE and other Schools. The lesson covers the complete explanation of class 8 Chapter 1 Crop production and covered are crops, types of crops, agricultural practices and implements used for farming.Part 5 Nitrogen - ecophysiology and agronomy: nitrogen nutrition and growth of cultivated swards; nitrogen - crops production and environment; nodular diagnosis - agronomic basis for an integrated improvement of symbiotic nitrogen fixation and the N2-dependent yield of grain-legumes; nitrogen and pollution.