5 edition of Biological nitrogen fixation, sustainable agriculture and the environment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress|
|Statement||edited by Yi-Ping Wang ... [et al.].|
|Series||Current plant science and biotechnology in agriculture -- 41|
|LC Classifications||QR89.7 .I58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 442 p. :|
|Number of Pages||442|
|ISBN 10||1402035691, 1402035705|
|LC Control Number||2006455086|
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The 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress was held in Beijing, China from October 27th through November 1st, This volume constitutes the Biological nitrogen fixation of the Congress and represents a compilation of the presentations by scientists from more than 30 countries around the World who came to Beijing to discuss the progress made since the last Congress and to exchange ideas and information.
Biological nitrogen fixation is a critical and key process in sustainable agricultural systems in tropical soils, which are frequently deficient in N and susceptible to leaching of plant nutrients. Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment: Proceedings of the 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress (Current Plant and Biotechnology in Agriculture Book Biological nitrogen fixation - Kindle edition by Wang, Yi-Ping, Lin, Min, Tian, Zhe-Xian, Elmerich, Claudine, Newton, William E.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or cturer: Springer. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF), involving beneficial microorganism, is a process of converting the free atmospheric nitrogen into plant available form.
This biological process harmonizes the ecosystem and offers an economic and environment-friendly approach Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Biological nitrogen fixation, sustainable agriculture and the environment: proceedings of the 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress.
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[Yi-Ping Wang;] -- The 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress was held in Beijing, China from October 27th through November 1st, This Biological nitrogen fixation constitutes the proceedings of the Congress and represents a. Biological Nitrogen Fixation for Sustainable Agriculture: Extended versions of papers presented in the Symposium, Role of Biological Nitrogen Fixation (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences) Reprinted from `PLANT AND SOIL', EditionAuthor: J.K.
Ladha. Through the process of biological sustainable agriculture and the environment book fixation (BNF), symbiotic and nonsymbiotic organisms can fix atmospheric N 2 gas into organic N forms (Figure 1).A few living organisms are able to utilize molecular N 2 gas from the atmosphere.
The best known of these are the symbiotic Rhizobia (legume bacteria), nonsymbiotic free-living bacteria such as Azotobacter and Clostridium, and blue-green algae.
Sustainable Agriculture/Forestry and Biological Nitrogen Fixation Dietrich Werner, Suresh K. Mahna, Vertica Mahobia, B. Prasad, Jose M. Barea, Heidemarie Thierfelder, Peter Müller, Pablo Vinuesa. On sustainable agriculture and the environment book Origin and Evolution sustainable agriculture and the environment book NIF Genes Renato Fani.
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Suggested Citation:"REFERENCES."National Research Council. Biological Nitrogen Fixation: Research Challenges - A Review of Research Grants Funded by. Daniel Hillel, in Soil in the Environment, BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN FIXATION AND CYCLING. Biological nitrogen fixation is an extremely important process in the soil, carried out by several groups of bacteria and actinomycetes able to absorb elemental nitrogen from the atmosphere and combine it into compounds that serve as nutrients from plants.
These microbial organisms produce the enzyme. Nitrogen is arguably the most important nutrient required by plants. Biological nitrogen fixation, the availability of nitrogen is limited in many soils and although the earths atmosphere consists of % nitrogen gas (N2) plants are unable to use this form of nitrogen.
To compensate, modern agriculture has been highly reliant on industrial nitrogen fertilizers to achieve maximum crop productivity. Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment: Proceedings of the 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress / Edition 1 by Yi-Ping Wang, Min Lin, Zhe-Xian Tian, Claudine Elmerich, William E.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Biological nitrogen fixation has an important role in the nitrogen cycle and provides a substantial input of fixed nitrogen into soils.
It is widely distributed amongst the Bacteria and Archaea. This volume covers recent developments in both fundamental and applied research in biological nitrogen fixation.
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Poverty is a severe problem in Africa, Asia, South America and even in pockets of the developed world. Addressing poverty alleviation via the expanded use of biological nitrogen fixation in agriculture was the theme of the 15th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation.
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Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture, Forestry, Ecology, and the Environment Dietrich Werner, William E. Newton Sustainability has a major part to play in the global challenge of continued development of regions, countries, and continents all around the World and biological nitrogen fixation has a.
The natural process of Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF) has a critical role in the achievement of environmentally benign, sustainable farming systems. Its increased use will mitigate the need for fertilizer nitrogen, with concomitant benefits accruing in terms of effects on the global nitrogen cycle, global warming, and ground- and surface.
Sustainable agriculture is farming in sustainable ways, which means meeting society's food and textile present needs, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
It can be based on an understanding of ecosystem includes profit, environmental stewardship, fairness, health, business and familial aspects on a farm setting. Biological Nitrogen Fixation Nature’s Partnership for Sustainable Agricultural Production NifTAL Center for BNF Technologies Nature has an alternative method of providing N to plants and enriching soil N resources—biological nitrogen fixation.
Many members of the legume plant family, such as beans, peas, alfalfa, and leucaena, have. Read "Management of Biological Nitrogen Fixation for the Development of More Productive and Sustainable Agricultural Systems Extended versions of papers presented at the Symposium on Biological Nitrogen Fixation for Sustainable Agriculture at the 15th Congress of Soil, Acapulco, Mexico, " by avBrand: Springer Netherlands.
All plants, including forage crops, need relatively large amounts of nitrogen (N) for proper growth and development. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) is the term used for a process in which nitrogen gas (N2) from the atmosphere is incorporated into the tissue of certain plants. Only a select group of plants is able to obtain N this way, with the help of soil microorganisms.
This book is a product of the symposium, Role of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Sustainable Agriculture, jointly organized by the International Society of Soil Science and the International Rice Research Institute at the 13th International Congress of Soil Science, Kyoto, Japan.
Biological Nitrogen Fixation, Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment: Proceedings of the 14th International Nitrogen Fixation Congress (Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture) (Reprint Edition) by Yi-Ping Wang (Editor), Min Lin (Editor), Zhe-Xian Tian (Editor), Claudine Elmerich (Editor), William E.
Newton (Editor), Min Lin (Contributor), Zhe-Xian Tian (Contributor Book Edition: Reprint Edition. Nitrogen fixation. Diazotrophs are bacteria that contain nitrogenase, the enzyme responsible for biological nitrogen fixation (BNF).
Diazotrophs include cyanobacteria, green sulfur bacteria, azotobacteraceae, rhizobia, and frankia. The reaction for. Biological Nitrogen Fixation: Towards Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Agriculture by F.D.
Dakora,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Nitrogen is one of the most abundant elements on earth. It accounts for 78% of the earth’s atmosphere in the form of N2.
Plants require nitrogen for their metabolic processes as well as growth. It is a key component of amino acids, the building bl. Currently, inorganic nitrogen fertilizer becomes a serious threat to the environment and human health.
Thus, finding of alternate source of nitrogen is a viable option in assuring of sustainable agricultural system. Biological nitrogen fixation is a critical and key process in sustainable agricultural systems in tropical soils, which are frequently deficient in N and susceptible to leaching of Author: Alemayehu Dabessa, Zerihun Abebe, Solomon Bekele.
He was awarded a Diploma in Agriculture from the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) in and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Bonn, Germany in He specializes in plant nutrition with emphasis on soil nitrogen, biological N 2-fixation, and soilless culture, abiotic stress physiology, and water management.
He has published over Cited by: 5. Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF), especially that associated with legumes, has great potential to contribute to productive and sustainable agricultural systems for the tropics, but more research is required to investigate how biologically fixed N, and the increased BNF contributions resulting from research innovations, can be incorporated Cited by: nitrogen fertilizer that microbes can supply ‘free’ through a process of biological fixation.
The importance of harnessing biological nitrogen fixation to sustain agriculture in Africa cannot be overemphasised. The publication of this book is timely given that hunger and malnutrition are. The fixation of nitrogen--the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen to a form that plants can use--is fundamental to the productivity of the biosphere and therefore to the ability of the expanding human population to feed itself.
Although the existence and importance of the process of biological nitrogen fixation has been recognized for more than a century, scientific advances over the past few.
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).Book Edition: 1.
and to be sustainable in the long-term, it will be necessary to replenish the reserves of nutrients which are removed or lost from the soil. In the case of nitrogen (N), inputs into agricultural systems may be in the form of N-fertilizer, or be derived from atmospheric N2 via biological N2 fixation (BNF).
agement of pdf resources to satisfy chang ing human needs while maintaining or enhancing the environment quality and conserving natural resources (TAC, CGIAR, ). Sustainable agriculture relies greatly on renewable resources and on-farm nitrogen contributions are achieved largely through biological nitrogen fixation (BNF).SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE FOR BIODIVERSITY.
THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA components of biological diversity of relevance to food and agriculture together with nitrogen fixation. å Livestock maintains balanced ecological mosaics through browsing, grazing, nutrientFile Size: 2MB.BIOTECHNOLOGY – – Biological Nitrogen Fixation - James Kahindi, Nancy Ebook, Mamadou Gueye ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 1.
Introduction Nitrogen is an essential element for plant growth and development and a key issue of agriculture.
Most studies indicate that nitrogen fertilizers contribute to resolving the.