Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Global Wheat Production

Edited by Shah Fahad

University of Swabi

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Global wheat consumption in the 2016/2017 season is forecasted to reach a record high 736m tonnes, showing a growth of 25% in the last 15 years. This raises the question which outlets the wheat is going into, what the growth of these outlets is, which regions or countries have grown the most, and where do we see future potential. Strong competition of other feed grains like corn is expected to slow the growth of wheat used for feed in the next years, and in the future, companies involved in the grain supply chain and feeding industry will need to be flexible enough to continue to meet this fast-changing demand for feed grains. For feed producers, this means they need to be able to access supplies of different grains from different origins to allow for the cheapest composition of their feed, while grain suppliers need to be able to continuously best engage with global trading opportunities to originate grains in various regions and move them to demand regions as cost-effectively as possible.

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Global Wheat ProductionEdited by Shah Fahad

Published: August 16th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72559

ISBN: 978-1-78923-337-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-336-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-703-9

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

4865 Total Chapter Downloads

7 Crossref Citations

4 Web of Science Citations

11 Dimensions Citations

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1. Effect of Phosphorus on Root Signaling of Wheat under Different Water Regimes

By Mukhtar Ahmed, Sehrish Khan, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Aqeel Aslam, Ghulam Shabbir and Shakeel Ahmad

389

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2. Wheat Sensitivity to Nitrogen Supply under Different Climatic Conditions

By Veres Szilvia, Ondrasek Gabrijel and Zsombik László

334

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3. Role of Osmolytes and Antioxidant Enzymes for Drought Tolerance in Wheat

By Muhammad Javid Iqbal

627

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4. Wheat Straw Open Burning: Emissions and Impact on Climate Change

By Gisela Montero, Marcos A. Coronado, Conrado García, Héctor E. Campbell, Daniela G. Montes, Ricardo Torres, Laura Pérez, José A. León and José R. Ayala

376

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5. Nitrogen Losses: Gaseous and Leached Nitrogen Balance

By Arritokieta Ortuzar-Iragorri, Ander Castellón, Gerardo Besga, Ana Aizpurua, Teresa Fuertes-Mendizabal and Jose M. Estavillo

304

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6. Challenges to Safe Wheat Storage

By Shaima Mohamed Nabil Moustafa, Haifa Abdulaziz S. Alhaithloul and Hani Mohamed Awad Abdelzaher

350

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7. Quality Assessment of Feed Wheat in Ruminant Diets

By Wenzhu Yang and Yizhao Shen

331

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8. Storage Proteins Accumulation and Aggregation in Developing Wheat Grains

By Aussenac Thierry and Rhazi Larbi

371

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9. Mutant Resources of Spring Wheat to Improve Grain Quality and Morphology

By Saule Kenzhebayeva, Gulina Doktyrbay, Fatma Sarsu, Nargul Omirbekova, Alfia Abekova and Dauren Tashenev

305

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10. Genetic Improvement of Bread Wheat for Stem Rust Resistance in the Central Federal Region of Russia: Results and Prospects

By Inna Lapochkina, Olga Baranova, Nail Gainullin, Michael Kuzmich, Svetlana Polyakova, Petr Polityko, Ramin Mamedov and Sergey Voronov

448

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11. Interrelation of Functional Properties of Protein Products from Wheat with the Composition and Physicochemical Characteristics of Their Proteins

By Valentina V. Kolpakova, Nikolay D. Lukin and Irina S. Gaivoronskaya

321

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12. Wheat Straw Pulping for Paper and Paperboard Production

By Guigan Fang and Kuizhong Shen

716

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