This volume concentrates on the recent scientific advancements in agricultural biotechnology and reintegrates it with socio-economic, industrial and intellectual property aspects of agricultural biotechnology and its implications for accomplishing the sustainable development goals. Adopting a unique approach, this book amalgamates science and business perspectives from an insider’s viewpoint on the agro-biotech industry, laying the foundations for students and professionals alike.
- Is a first of its kind by addressing the recent issues emerging in agro-based economies.
- Will be a single-point source for recent advancements in agro-based global bioeconomy.
- Empowers the utilization of biotechnology to address worldwide ecological issues by supporting sustainable resolutions for global agricultural markets.
- Gives both foundational hypothesis and functional direction on commercialization and regulatory issues.
- Empowers the usage of adaptable approaches that can adjust to and uphold socially and financially valuable agro-based technologies.
Table of Contents
1 Agricultural Biotechnology and the Sustainable Development Goals 2 Exploring New Organizational Concepts for Agriculture in the Bioeconomy 3 Assessing the Potential of Agri- and Biobased Industries in Transition Economies: Needs and Opportunities in the Case of the Greek Bioeconomy 4 IPRs to Innovation Are as Bioeconomy to Sustainable Development: How Is It All Interconnected? 5 Cross-Fertilization between Human, Veterinary and Plant-Derived Vaccines: One Health and Global Patent Landscape in Vaccinology 4.0 6 Potential of Ecosystem Services in an Agri-Based Bioeconomy: The Traditional Vietnamese Integrated Farming System VAC 7 On the Sustainability of Direct-Seeded Rice 8 Integrated Biocycles Management for Harmonization of Agri-Based Bioeconomy in Tropical Natural Resources 9 A Paradigm Shift towards Sustainability: Utilizing Agricultural Waste as a Valuable Resource in Various Agricultural Endeavours 10 Compost and Compost Tea from On-Farm Composted Agri-Wastes Improve the Sustainability of Horticultural Organic Cropping Systems 11 Cultural, Economic and Environmental Impact of Conservation and Sustainable Exploitation Management Areas (UMA) of Freshwater Turtles in Tabasco, Mexico 12 Innovation to Produce Basic Food in Recycled Containers in Saline Soils of the Coast of Tabasco, Mexico 13 A Comprehensive Review of Commercial Production of Microbial Fertilizers 14 Microbial Solubilizers of Rock-Forming Minerals: Opportunities and Challenges 15 Advances in Creation and Development of Bacteriophage Collections: Viral Genomes Resources for Biotechnology and Agriculture 16 The Interaction between Microorganisms and Soil Processes and Their Effects on Nutrient Availability and Plant Production 17 Agricultural Bioeconomy and Sustainable Proposals for Turkey 18 Utilization of Agricultural Waste in Agri-Based Biogas Production and Sustainable Development 19 Secreted Antigens of Bacilli: The Methodology for Immunochemical Investigation of Dynamics of Concentration per Bacterial Cell 20 Increasing the Tolerance of Water-Deficit Stress in Plants with Integrated Application of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizers
Dr. Chetan Keswani is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He has keen interest in regulatory, commercialization and intellectually property issues of agriculturally important microorganisms. He is an elected Fellow of the Linnaean Society of London, UK and received Best Ph.D. Thesis Award from the Uttar Pradesh Academy of Agricultural Sciences, India in 2015. He is an editorial board member of several reputed agricultural microbiology journals and has edited nine volumes on the subject.