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  • Herbicides - Mechanisms and Mode of Action
    Herbicides - Mechanisms and Mode of Action
    Editor Mohammed Naguib Abd El-Ghany Hasaneen
    ISBN 978-953-307-744-4,
    214 pages, December, 2011
    This volume contains two sections: Mechanisms of herbicidal action (chapters 1-4) and Mode of action of selected herbicides on controlling diseased, weed growth and productivity and/or growth and development of field crops (chapters 5-10). Topics by ...
  • Research in Organic Farming
    Research in Organic Farming
    Editor Raumjit Nokkoul
    ISBN 978-953-307-381-1,
    198 pages, December, 2011
    This book has emerged as a consequence of the difficulties we experienced in finding information when we first started researching. The goal was to produce a book where as many existing studies as possible could be presented in a single volume, makin ...
  • Fungicides - Beneficial and Harmful Aspects
    Fungicides - Beneficial and Harmful Aspects
    Editor Nooruddin Thajuddin
    ISBN 978-953-307-451-1,
    266 pages, December, 2011
    Fungicides are a class of pesticides used for killing or inhibiting the growth of fungus. They are extensively used in pharmaceutical industry, agriculture, in protection of seed during storage and in preventing the growth of fungi that produce toxin ...
  • Recent Advances in Fish Farms
    Recent Advances in Fish Farms
    Editor Faruk Aral and Zafer Doğu
    ISBN 978-953-307-759-8,
    262 pages, November, 2011
    The world keeps changing. There are always risks associated with change. To make careful risk assessment it is always needed to re-evaluate the information according to new findings in research. Scientific knowledge is essential in determining the st ...
  • Soybean - Genetics and Novel Techniques for Yield Enhancement
    Soybean - Genetics and Novel Techniques for Yield Enhancement
    Editor Dora Krezhova
    ISBN 978-953-307-721-5,
    336 pages, November, 2011
    This book presents the importance of applying of novel genetics and breading technologies. The efficient genotype selections and gene transformations provide for generation of new and improved soybean cultivars, resistant to disease and environmental ...
  • Soybean Physiology and Biochemistry
    Soybean Physiology and Biochemistry
    Editor Hany A. El-Shemy
    ISBN 978-953-307-534-1,
    498 pages, November, 2011
    Worldwide, soybean seed proteins represent a major source of amino acids for human and animal nutrition. Soybean seeds are an important and economical source of protein in the diet of many developed and developing countries. Soy is a complete protein ...
  • Recent Trends for Enhancing the Diversity and Quality of Soybean Products
    Recent Trends for Enhancing the Diversity and Quality of Soybean Products
    Editor Dora Krezhova
    ISBN 978-953-307-533-4,
    546 pages, October, 2011
    This book presents new aspects and technologies for the applicability of soybean and soybean products in industry (human food, livestock feed, oil and biodiesel production, textile, medicine) as well as for future uses of some soybean sub-products. T ...
  • Aflatoxins - Detection, Measurement and Control
    Aflatoxins - Detection, Measurement and Control
    Editor Irineo Torres-Pacheco
    ISBN 978-953-307-711-6,
    376 pages, October, 2011
    This book is divided into three sections. The section called Aflatoxin Contamination discusses the importance that this subject has for a country like the case of China and mentions examples that illustrate the ubiquity of aflatoxins in various commo ...