Principles and Practices of OMICS and Genome Editing for Crop Improvement

Principles and Practices of OMICS and Genome Editing for Crop Improvement

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Global food security is increasingly challenging in light of population increase, the impact of climate change on crop production, and limited land available for agricultural expansion. Plant breeding and other agricultural technologies have contributed considerably for food and nutritional security over the last few decades. Genetic engineering approaches are powerful tools that we have at our disposal to overcome substantial obstacles in the way of efficiency and productivity of current agricultural practices. Genome engineering via CRISPR/Cas9, Cpf1, base editing and prime editing, and OMICs through genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, phenomics, an metabolomics have  helped to discover underlying mechanisms controlling traits of economic importance.

     Principle and Practices of OMICs and Genome Editing for Crop Improvement provides recent research from eminent scholars from around the world, from various geographical regions, with established expertise on genome editing and OMICs technologies. This book offers a wide range of information on OMICs techniques and their applications to develop biotic, abiotic and climate resilient crops, metabolomics and next generation sequencing for sustainable crop production, integration bioinformatics, and multi-omics for precision plant breeding. Other topics include application of genome editing technologies for food and nutritional security, speed breeding, hybrid seed production, resource use efficiency, epigenetic modifications, transgene free breeding, database and bioinformatics for genome editing, and regulations adopted by various countries around globe for genome edited crops. Both OMICs and genome editing are vigorously utilized by researchers for crop improvement programs; however, there is limited literature available in a single source. This book provides a valuable resource not only for students at undergraduate and postgraduate level but also for researchers, stakeholders, policy makers, and practitioners interested in the potential of genome editing and OMICs for crop improvement programs.

<p>Preface</p><p><b>1. </b>Principle and practices of Genome Engineering in crop plants</p><p><b>Sajid Fiaz  </b>Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, The University of Haripur, 22620, Khyber Pkahtunkhwa, Pakistan</p><p> <b>2. </b>The revolution of OMICs technology in plant sciences</p><p><b>Tomokazu Kohiba-Koshiba </b>Department of Biology, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, Japan<b></b></p><p> <b>3. </b>The applications of genomics and transcriptomics approaches for biotic stress tolerance in crops</p><p><b>Sheng Qin </b>The key Laboratory of Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Jiangsu Normal University, China</p><p><b></b></p><p> <b>4. </b>Understanding abiotic stress tolerance in plants by proteomics approach</p><p><b>Freddy Mora-Poblete </b>Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Talca, 2 Norte 685, Talca 3460000, Chile</p><p><b>5.</b> Role of metabolomics and next generation sequencing for sustainable crop production<br></p><p><b>David Edwards</b><b> </b>School of Biological Sciences and Institute of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia, Perth 6009, Australia<br></p><p><b>6. </b>Multi-omics approaches for strategic improvement of crops under climate change conditions<br></p><p><b>Thomas Roitsch</b><b> </b>Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Copenhagen Plant Science Centre, University of Copenhagen, Højbakkegård Allé, Taastrup, Denmark<br></p><p><b></b></p><p><b>7. </b>Advances in integrated bioinformatics and phenomics application in plants and agriculture<br></p><p><b>Mickael Durand </b>Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin, INRAE, AgroParisTech, Universite´ Paris-Saclay, Versailles 78000, France<br></p><p><b>8. </b>Nano-biotechnology and its applications in plant system biology<br></p><p><b>Raheem Shahzad </b>Kyungpook National University Daegu Campus, South Korea</p><p><b>9. </b>Food and nutritional security in the era of genomics and genome editing<br></p><p><b>Freddy Mora-Poblete </b>Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Talca, 2 Norte 685, Talca 3460000, Chile<b></b></p><p><b>10. </b>The utilization of Genomic region analysis and genome editing technologies for cereals grain quality improvement<br></p><p><b>Hu Peisong </b>State Key Laboratory of Rice Biology, China National Rice Research Institute, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, P.R. China<br></p><p><b>11. </b>The utilization of speed breeding and genome editing to achieve zero hunger<br></p><p><b>Santosh Kumar Upadhyay </b>Department of Botany, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India<b></b></p><p></p><p><b>12. </b>Novel Plant Breeding Techniques for cereals crop improvement<b> </b></p><p><b>Saddam Hussain  </b>Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-Pakistan<br></p><p><b>13. </b>Epigenetic modifications through Genome editing</p><p><b>Hikmet Budak </b>Montana Bio-Agriculture Inc. Missoula, MT, USA<b></b></p><p><b>14. </b>Genome editing for Resource Use Efficiency in Crops<br></p><p><b>Dr. Tariq Aziz </b>University of Western Australia & University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-Pakistan<br></p><p><b>15. </b>The mechanisms of genome editing technologies in crop plants<br></p><p><b>Magdy M. Mahfouz </b>Biological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Centre of Desert Agriculture, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia<br></p><p><b>16. </b>Genome editing for hybrid seed production and hybrid vigour preservation<br></p><p><b>Ki-Hong Jung </b>Graduate School of Biotechnology, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea<br></p><p><b></b></p><p><b>17. </b>Novel nanotechnology-based vector delivery in CRISPR system for transgene free editing</p><p><b>Ki-Hong Jung </b>Graduate School of Biotechnology, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea<br></p><p><b></b></p><p><b>18. </b>The application of database and bioinformatics for genome editing of crops<br></p><p><b>Sergey Shabala </b>School of Agricultural Science, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia<br></p><p><b>19. </b>Chapter 19. Regulations of genome editing in agriculture<br></p><p><b>Yasar Murat ELÇIN </b>Department of Bbiochemistry, Ankara University Faculty of Science, Turkey<br></p><p><b></b></p><i> Index</i><p></p>
ISBN 978-3-030-96927-1
Artikelnummer 9783030969271
Medientyp Buch
Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Copyrightjahr 2023
Verlag Springer, Berlin
Umfang VI, 425 Seiten
Abbildungen VI, 425 p. 32 illus., 31 illus. in color.
Sprache Englisch