Hordeum vulgare: Production, Cultivation and Uses

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Naveen Eslem (Editor)

Series: Agriculture Issues and Policies

BISAC: SOC055000

Chapter 1 looks at the planting techniques of barley noting that the bidirectional planting technique had a significant effect on growth and yield of barley. Chapter 2 provides information about the molecular approaches and mutation breeding in barley.

Late spring frosts and drought are the most important abiotic stress factors that definite the yield and quality performance of spring barley genotypes in breeding programs. For this purpose, the authors of Chapter 3 used in their study a total of 25 spring barley genotypes, including 20 advanced line and 5 standard varieties. The next chapter looks at the composite of barley and the health effects it has.

The last chapter, the author performs a study that investigates the effects of the short-term application (1 and 5 days) of arsenic, cadmium, and lead (15μM, 30μM, and 60μM mixtures) on the phenolic contents of a barley species that was registered by the Trakya Agricultural Research Institute in 2014.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Planting Techniques of Barley (Hordeum vulgare)
(Manohar Lal, Jitendra Patidar and K. S. Saini – Assistant Agriculture Research Officer (Agronomy), Adaptive Trial Center, Godoo, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India)

Chapter 2. Molecular Techniques and Mutation Breeding Approaches to Genetically Enrich the Barley (Hordeum Vulgare L.)
(Kailash Chandra, PhD, H. S. Saritha, PhD, K. Rashmi, S. Basavaraj Teli, Subhash Chand, Gayatri Kumawat, Champa Lal Khatik, PhDand Rohit Sharma – Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University, Jobner, Jaipur, India, et al.)

Chapter 3. Effects of Ecological Factors on Spring Barley Genotypes
(Enver Kendal – Mardin Artuklu University, Kızıltepe Vocational Training High School, Department of Crops and Animal Production, Kiziltepe, Mardin, Turkey)

Chapter 4. An Introduction to Specific Attributes of Barley: Cultivation, Production and Consumption
(Monika Sood, Savita Bhardwaj, Bharat Kapoor, and Dhriti Kapoor – Department of Botany, School of Bioengineering and Biosciences, Lovely Professional University, Delhi-Jalandhar Highway, Phagwara, Punjab, India, et al.)

Chapter 5. The Effects of Heavy Metal Exposure on Phenolic Compounds in Barley (Hordeum vulgare)
(Filiz Sanal – Trakya University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Edirne, Turkey)

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