- Author:Richard W. Zobel
- Publisher:American Society of Agronomy-Crop Science Society of America-Soil Science Society of America; illustrated edition (January 1, 2005)
- Pages:312 pages
- Subcategory:Agricultural Sciences
- FB2 format1440 kb
- ePUB format1115 kb
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Roots and Soil Management book. Published January 1st 2005 by American Society of Agronomy.
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interactions between roots and the soil. Published 2005 by American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America in Madison, Wis. Roots (Botany), Soil management. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Agronomy is the science and technology of producing and using plants in agriculture for food, fuel, fiber, and land restoration. It is both a humanitarian career and a scientific one. Agronomy has come to encompass work in the areas of plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology, and soil science. It is the application of a combination of sciences like biology, chemistry, economics, ecology, earth science, and genetics.
The interaction between the soil, the rhizosphere microbial community and plant roots is central to ensuring food security as. Plant-soil water relations and water use efficiency. Root-pathogen and root-symbiont interactions. Trophic interactions. Plant growth promoting soil organisms.
The interaction between the soil, the rhizosphere microbial community and plant roots is central to ensuring food security as well as the delivery of a wide range of ecosystem services. The Plant-Soil Interaction section aims to address this topic from a multidisciplinary perspective. For example, this can include, but is not limited to, aspects such as:, Root-mycorrhizal interactions. Root architecture and root trait selection.
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This chapter focuses on the role of roots in soil aggregation. These ubiquitous fungi function as extensions of plant roots that influence both plant growth and soil quality. Processes that govern root growth and activity, including their death, can all contribute to the formation or degradation of aggregates. Roots are important in aggregation from the orientation of clay plates to the stabilizing of structural units of 2 μm diameter or larger, and their further combination into aggregates upwards of 200 μm diameter.
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Legume symbiosis and root nodule symbioses in non-leguminous nitrogen fixing plants are also discussed. Moreover, the book explains the mycorrhizae and the impact of climatic and edaphic conditions on soil management and plant growth. The information that the book presents serves as a useful focal point for further studies on the interactions between plants and soil microorganisms. Thus, it provides an impetus for the development of agricultural practices that could improve food production, while mitigating anthropogenic pollution of agrosytems and waste of energy resources.
Richard W. Zobel in Crop Science, Volume 46, Issue 6,November-December 2006 . The root system is a vital part of the plant and ng roots and their functioning is key to agricultural,plant and soil scientists. Zobel in Crop Science, Volume 46, Issue 6,November-December 2006 (Crop Science Society of America). This book is very well designed for its target readership inadvanced university or college courses that cover soil - plantrelationships, as well as soil, plant, agricultural andenvironmental scientists who are seeking to widen their knowledgeof root growth and functions.
Plant and Soil 101, 257–265. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hackett C and Rose D A 1972 A model of the extension and branching of a seminal root of barley, and its use in studying relations between root dimensions, Part II. Biometrics 88, 705–715. Results and inferences from manipulation of the model.
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The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America are prominent international scientific societies headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. The Societies specialize in peer-reviewed, high-quality science titles for a wide variety of audiences.Some of the many areas we publish in include:
-Soils Methods and Management-Crop Development and Improvement-Agrosystem Management and the Global Food Crisis-Environmental Conservation and Climatology