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Molecular Breeding and Nutritional Aspects of Buckwheat

SB191 B9 M65x 2016, Parks Library Tier 1

 

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter one: Molecular Taxonomy of the Genus Fagopyrum
  2. Chapter two: Germplasm Resources of Buckwheat in China
  3. Chapter three: Concepts, Prospects, and Potentiality in Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench): A Research Perspective
  4. Chapter four: Biological Resources and Selection Value of Species of Fagopyrum Mill. Genus in the Far East of Russia
  5. Chapter five: Buckwheat Production, Consumption, and Genetic Resources in Japan
  6. Chapter six: The Unique Value of Buckwheat as a Most Important Traditional Cereal Crop in Ukraine
  7. Chapter seven: Interspecific Crosses in Buckwheat Breeding
  8. Chapter eight: Crop Evolution of Buckwheat in Eastern Europe: Microevolutionary Trends in the Secondary Center of Buckwheat Genetic Diversity
  9. Chapter nine: Genetic Resources of Buckwheat in India
  10. Chapter ten: Phenotypic Plasticity in Buckwheat
  11. Chapter eleven: Bioactive Compounds in Buckwheat Sprouts
  12. Chapter twelve: Bioactive Flavonoids in Buckwheat Grain and Green Parts
  13. Chapter thirteen: Nutritional Value of Buckwheat Proteins and Starch
  14. Chapter fourteen: Nutritional Aspects of Buckwheat in the Czech Republic
  15. Chapter fifteen: Factors Important for Structural Properties and Quality of Buckwheat Products
  16. Chapter sixteen: Genetic Diversity Among Buckwheat Samples in Regards to Gluten-Free Diets and Coeliac Disease
  17. Chapter seventeen: Toward the Use of Buckwheat as an Ingredient for the Preparation of Functional Food
  18. Chapter eighteen: Buckwheat in the Nutrition of Livestock and Poultry
  19. Chapter nineteen: Biochemical Properties of Common and Tartary Buckwheat: Centered with Buckwheat Proteomics
  20. Chapter twenty: Mineral and Trace Element Composition and Importance for Nutritional Value of Buckwheat Grain, Groats, and Sprouts
  21. Chapter twenty one: The Effect of Environmental Factors on Buckwheat
  22. Chapter twenty two: The Effect of Habitat Conditions and Agrotechnical Factors on the Nutritional Value of Buckwheat
  23. Chapter twenty three: Cultivation, Agronomic Practices, and Growth Performance of Buckwheat
  24. Chapter twenty four: Cultivation of Buckwheat in China
  25. Chapter twenty five: Characterization of Functional Genes in Buckwheat
  26. Chapter twenty six: Flavor and Lipid Deterioration in Buckwheat Flour Related to Lipoxygenase Pathway Enzymes
  27. Chapter twenty seven: Bitterness Generation, Rutin Hydrolysis, and Development of Trace Rutinosidase Variety in Tartary Buckwheat
  28. Chapter twenty eight: Protease Inhibitors in Buckwheat
  29. Chapter twenty nine: Buckwheat Tissue Cultures and Genetic Transformation
  30. Chapter thirty: Flavonoid Biosynthesis in Buckwheat
  31. Chapter thirty one: Diversity in Seed Storage Proteins and Their Genes in Buckwheat
  32. Chapter thirty two: Waxy Locus in Buckwheat: Implications for Designer Starches
  33. Chapter thirty three: Genetic Analyses of the Heteromorphic Self-Incompatibility (S) Locus in Buckwheat
  34. Chapter thirty four: Biochemical and Technological Properties of Buckwheat Grains

Eco-friendly technology for postharvest produce quality

SB129 E26x 2016, Parks Library Tier 1

Eco-Friendly Technology for Postharvest Produce Quality ebook by

Chapter 1: New Insights on Postharvest Ecophysiology of Fresh Horticultural Crops
Chapter 2: Advances in Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 3: Recent Trends in Active Packaging in Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 4: Advances in Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 5: Recent Developments of 1-Methylciclopropene (1-MCP) Treatments on Fruit Quality Attributes
Chapter 6: Impact of Brassinosteroids on Postharvest Physiology of Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 7: Polyamines as an Eco-friendly Postharvest Tool to Maintain Fruit Quality
Chapter 8: Impact of Salicylic Acid on Postharvest Physiology of Fruits and Vegetables
Chapter 9: Chitosan: Properties and Roles in Postharvest Quality Preservation of Horticultural Crops


Urban Agriculture Europe

S494.5  U72 U725x 2016, Parks Library Tier 1

  1. Phenomenon
  2. Governance
  3. Business
  4. Space
  5. Metabolism
  6. Agenda

Unprocessed: my city-dwelling year of reclaiming real food, by Megan Kimble

GT 2853 U5 K56x 2015, currently in leisure, fireplace reading room, ultimately found on floor 2, Parks Library

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