Oilseed Cake for Nematode Management
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This book will provide updated and scientifically refined information about using oilseed cakes as plants by-products for nematode management in cultivated crops. Oilseed cakes are sources of bioactive compounds with nematicidal potential. The use of plant-derived compounds is now gaining importance, as they are safe for the environment. The use of oil seeds cakes containing secondary metabolites has been considered as a potential source of biopesticide. This book will thus be a unique source of information for all those involved in utilizing oilseed cakes as an eco-friendly source of chemical compounds for plant disease management. 1. Provides a road map on using oilseed cake as a plant by-product 2. Discusses essential aspects of reported antinematode bioactive compounds from oilseed cakes 3. Describes the latest information about the various defatted seed cake production, application and adoption at the global level 4. Provides complete knowledge on the antinematode bioactive compounds of oilseed cakes 5. Reviews oilseed cakes production, antinematode bioactive compounds of various oilseed cakes, and their application strategies to manage plant disease of some important cultivated crops
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
1. Neem Oilseed Cake: A Multipurpose Product for Agricultural Biofertilization and Nematicidal Activity - Arianna Latini, Susanna Mariani, Roberta Tulli, and Marcello Nicoletti
2. Cucumis Oilseed Cake: Nematicidal Attributes and Management of Associated Challenges - P. W. Mashela and K. M. Pofu
3. Mustard Oilseed Cake: Chemical Compounds and Nematicidal Potential - Amirhossein Abedinia, Adel Mirza Alizadehb, Hedayat Hosseinic, and Parisa Sadigharaa
4. Cotton Oilseed Cake: Chemical Composition and Nematicidal Potential - Raman Tikoria, Nandni Sharma, Sandeep Kour, Deepak Kumar, Mohd. Ali, Roohi Sharma, Parkirti, and Puja Ohri
5. Castor Oilseed Cake: Chemical Compounds and Nematicidal Potential - Venkadesh G, Karthik R, and Parthiban M
6. Mahua Oilseed Cake: Chemical compounds and Nematicidal potential - Dania Ahmed, Sheila Shahab, Muneer Ahmad, and Neha Pathak
7. Flaxseed Oil Cake: By-product of a superfood with remarkable Antagonistic Properties - Rishil Gupta, Hera Nadeem, and Faheem Ahmad
8. Sesame Oilseed Cake: Chemical Compounds and Nematicidal Potential - Hera Nadeem, Ananya Prova, Rishil Gupta, Md. Saeed Sultan, and Faheem Ahmad
9. Oilseed Cake and Nematode Management in Legume Crops - Ikram Legrifi, Salah-Eddine Laasli, Rachid Lahlali, and Fouad Mokrini
10. Oilseed Cakes and their Biocarbon Products: A Sustainable Feedstock in Management of Nematodes in Fruit Crops - Kamini Devi, Shalini Dhiman, Jaspreet Kour, Tamanna Bhardwaj, Neerja Sharma, Kanika Khanna, Puja Ohri, Amrit Pal Singh, Renu Bhardwaj
11. Nematode Management in Vegetable Crops Using Oilseed Cakes - B.S. Chandrawat, Raju Dhayal, Kavita Choudhary, Sarthak Ranjan, and Hemraj Gurjar
12. Oilseed Cakes and Biocontrol Agents: Ticking on the Zero Hours of Root-Knot Nematodes Infections - Tamanna Bhardwaj, Indu Sharma, Dhriti Kapoor, Arun Dev Singh, Shalini Dhiman, Priyanka Sharma, Kamini Devi, Neerja Sharma,TunishaVerma, Amrit Pal Singh, Kanika Khanna, Puja Ohri, Renu Bhardwaj
13. Oilseed Cake: Bioactive Compounds and their Detrimental Effect on Root-Knot Nematodes - Saba Fatima, Faryad Khan, Mohammad Shariq, Arshad Khan, and Mansoor Ahamd Siddiqui
14. Sunflower and Mahagoni Oilseed Cake for the Management of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes - R. Sharmila, M. Shanmuga Priya, S. Prabhu, and Mohd Ikram
15. Importance of Oilseed Cakes in the Agriculture - Niloufar Mahmoudi, and Yousef Naserzadeh
Faheem Ahmad is a Senior Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology & Nematology at the Department of Botany of Aligarh Muslim University in India. AHMAD studied plant nematology at Aligarh Muslim University, where he obtained his doctoral degree in 2009. He was also worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Ehime University, Japan. Before that, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at North-West University-Mafikeng Campus (South Africa) and National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung (Taiwan). At present, AHMAD is involved with both teaching and research.
He is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (Scientific Journal of the "Deutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft" (DPG) - the German Society of Plant Protection and Plant Health), Springer. AHMAD and his team's research focus on nematode management and plant-nematode/microbe interaction. AHMAD has published over 43 peer-reviewed research papers. After joining Aligarh Muslim University as faculty in 2017, he was awarded a UGC Start-up Grant for a 2-year research project in 2018.
Rakesh Pandey is Professor Emeritus AcSIR & CSIR-Emeritus Scientist, Crop Protection and Production Division, CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Lucknow. His research contributions have got wide recognition both at national and international levels in the field of crop protection. He has authored over 163 research papers, 35 book chapters, 18 review articles, 04-US patents granted, several books, bulletins, popular articles, developed and has developed 08 disease resistant plant varieties of medicinal and aromatic plants. He has got 29 rhizospheric microbes accession number from NCBI. He is Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) New Delhi. He is recipient of several National and International awards among which few are as DAAD Fellow (1990-1993) and Senior DAAD fellow (1999) in University of Bonn, Germany, Visiting Scientist (2003-2005) University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A., Golden Peacock Award- 2008, Prof. V.P. Bhide Memorial Award -2008, CSIR Technology Award -1999 & 2015, Outstanding Scientist Award-2010, Dr. S. L. Mishra Medal 2011, Young Achiever Award-2014, Prof. R.K. Srivastava Memorial Oration Award 2015, Prof. H. S. Srivastava Memorial Award -2015, Prof. J.F. Dastur Memorial Award-2017, Prof. H.M. Shah Memorial Award-2017 Dr. Manmohan Attavar Gold Medal in Floriculture-2017, Plant Pathology Leadership Award-2017, Dr. M.R. Siddiqi Memorial Award-2018 and Prof. Uma Kant Sinha Memorial Award-2021 etc. He is President of Indian Phytopathological Society (2022-23), IARI, New Delhi. Dr. Pandey Guided 13 Ph.D. Students and several M.Sc /M.Tech students. He has been awarded several projects from national funding agencies. Dr. Pandey is Expert and Task Force member of DST, DBT, CSIR and ICAR for crop protection related projects and selections.