Wheat Science and Trade

Wheat Science and Trade

Editor(s): Brett F. Carver

Published Online: 10 NOV 2009

Print ISBN: 9780813820248

Online ISBN: 9780813818832

DOI: 10.1002/9780813818832

About this Book

Wheat: Science and Trade is an up-to-date, comprehensive reference work designed to expand the current body of knowledge on this staple crop, incorporating new information made available by genetic advances, improvements in the understanding of wheat's biology, and changes in the wheat trade industry. Covering phylogeny and ontogeny, manipulation of the environment and optimal management, genetic improvement, and utilization and commercialization, the book focuses on the most economically significant diseases and impacts

Table of contents

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  1. Section I: Making of a Wheat Plant

  2. Section II: Making of a Wheat Crop

    1. Chapter 9

      Insects which Challenge Global Wheat Production (pages 189–201)

      David R. Porter, Marion O. Harris, Louis S. Hesler and Gary J. Puterka

    2. Chapter 11

      Grain Yield Improvement in Water-Limited Environments (pages 215–249)

      Greg J. Rebetzke, Scott C. Chapman, C. Lynne McIntyre, Richard A. Richards, Anthony G. Condon, Michelle Watt and Anthony F. van Herwaarden

  3. Section III: Making of a Wheat Cultivar

  4. Section IV: Making of a Wheat Industry

    1. Chapter 21

      The Biochemical and Molecular Basis of Wheat Quality (pages 495–520)

      Colin Wrigley, Robert Asenstorfer, Ian Batey, Geoffrey Cornish, Li Day, Daryl Mares and Kolumbina Mrva

    2. Chapter 22

      New Uses for Wheat and Modified Wheat Products (pages 521–550)

      Robert A. Graybosch, Rui Hai Liu, Ronald L. Madl, Yong-Cheng Shi, Donghai Wang and Xiaorong Wu

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