4 edition of The quest for nitrogen fixation in rice found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by J.K. Ladha and P.M. Reddy.|
|Contributions||Ladha, J. K. 1952-, Reddy, P. M., Working Group Meeting on Assessing Opportunities for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice (3rd : 1999 : Los Baños, Philippines)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) has become important in rice farming systems because this process diminishes the need for expensive chemical fertilizers which have been associated with numerous health and environmental problems. Dawe D. The potential role of biological nitrogen fixation in meeting future demand for rice and fertilizer. In: Ladha J K, Reddy P M, editors. The quest for nitrogen fixation in rice. Los Banos, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute; pp. 1– by:
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The quest for nitrogen fixation in rice. Author Affiliation: Correspondence address: Soil and Water Sciences Division, International Rice Research Institute, PO BoxMakati Central Post Office, Makati City, Philippines.
"Proceedings of the Third Working Group Meeting on Assessing Opportunities for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice, Aug. Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines"--T.p. verso." Description: ix, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
The quest for nitrogen fixation in rice. Proceedings of the Third Working Group Meeting on Assessing Opportunities for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice, Aug.Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines. View Academics in The Quest for nitrogen fixation in rice on Nitrogen Fixation Plant Soil Rice Root International Rice Research Institute Working Group Meeting These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
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Bennett and J.K. Ladha More rice must be produced from less land with a minimum of costly and environmen- tally adverse inputs to meet the challenge of feeding the world’s growing population of rice consumers on a sustainable and equitable basis.
Nowhere is File Size: 3MB. Rice is the most important cereal crop. In the next three decades, the world will need to produce about 60% more rice than today's global production to feed the extra billion people. Nitrogen is the major nutrient limiting rice production.
Development of fertilizer-responsive varieties in the Green Revolution, coupled with the realization by farmers of the importance of nitrogen, has led to Cited by: Nitrogen fixation in rice seems to be an efficient prospective system that is compatible with principles of resource conservation and ecological security.
Biological nitrogen fixation may generate benefits because of higher yields, lower use of fertilizer N,or both (Dawe, ).
The Role of Nitrogen in Rice Production Nitrogen is a constituent of compounds such as amino acids, proteins, RNA, DNA, and several phytohormones and is.
Table 1. Major nitrogen-fixing microorganisms in floodd soil-rice ecosystems Sites Maior nitroP;en-&xinrr miamrmnisms Representative Kenera Floodwater and surface soil Free-living blue-green algae Nostoc, Anabaena, and others Epiphytic blue-green algae Nostoc, Calothrix, and others Anabaena in symbiosis with Arolla Photosynthetic bacteriaFile Size: 2MB.
Click Download or Read Online button to The Quest For Nitrogen Fixation In Rice book pdf for free now. The Quest For Nitrogen Fixation In Rice Author: Jagdish Kumar Ladha.
Sahasrabuddhe 6 showed that the presence of growing rice roots helps in fixing nitrogen in the soil. Sen 7 suggested the presence of nitrogen-fixing organisms living symbiotically Cited by: 5.
Section 18 is special and deals with the opportunities for nitrogen fixation in rice and other cereals (See above). In the first Chapter the history of the quest for biological nitrogen fixation in ce- reals is reviewed and associative (endophytic) diazotrophy with grasses and transfer of the legume nodulationFile Size: KB.
The quest for active microbial players of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in rice cultivation Hannes Schmidt, David Seki, Dania Randi, Louis Dufour, Arno Schintlmeister, and Dagmar Woebken University of Vienna, Department of Microbiology and Ecosystem Science, Vienna, Austria ([email protected]) The ﬁrst step of nitrogen cycling in.
THE discovery of nitrogen-fixing activity associated with the rhizosphere of non-leguminous plants such as tropical grasses, rice and maize has Cited by: Biological nitrogen fixation is a very valuable alternative to nitrogen fertilizer.
This process will be discussed in the “Biological Nitrogen Fixation” book. Biological nitrogen fixation, the reduction of atmospheric dinitrogen to ammonia, carried out by a large and diverse group of free‐living and symbiotic microorganisms (diazotrophs) presents an inexpensive and environmental approach to crop by: 5.
The quest for connections: developing a research agenda for integrated pest and nutrient management1 Gary C. Jahn, Elsa Rubia-Sanchez, and Peter G. Cox Biotic components of the rice ecosystem (i.e., microbes, flora, and fauna) change in response to altered fertilizer regimes and new cultivars. Rice intensification, usuallyCited by: 4.
Biological nitrogen fixation is a very valuable alternative to nitrogen fertilizer. This process will be discussed in the “Biological Nitrogen Fixation” book. A wide array of free-living and associative nitrogen fixing organisms (diazotrophs) will be covered.
The most extensively studied and applied example of biological nitrogen fixation is the symbiotic interaction between nitrogen Cited by: 2.
The quest for nitrogen fixation in rice. Proceedings of the Third Working Group Meeting on Assessing Opportunities for Nitrogen Fixation in Rice, 9–12 Aug.Cited by:. This process will be discussed in the “Biological Nitrogen Fixation” book. A wide array of free-living and associative nitrogen fixing organisms (diazotrophs) will be covered.
The most extensively studied and applied example of biological nitrogen fixation is the symbiotic interaction between nitrogen fixing “rhizobia” and legume plants. Biological nitrogen fixation is an alternative to nitrogen fertilizer. It is carried out by prokaryotes using an enzyme complex called nitrogenase and results in atmospheric N2 being reduced into a form of nitrogen diazotrophic organisms and plants are able to use (ammonia).The quest for nitrogen fixation in cereals started long ago with the isolation of nitrogen-fixing bacteria from different plants.
The sources of diazotrophs in cereals may be seeds, soils, and even irrigation water and diazotrophs have been found on roots or as by: