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Rice Abstracts is a fully searchable abstracts database of internationally published research, bringing you the latest information on rice production, from breeding and agronomy to storage, consumption and marketing.
Rice Abstracts is a fully searchable abstracts database of internationally published research. Rice Abstracts brings you the latest information on rice production, from breeding and agronomy to storage, consumption and marketing.
Derived from CAB Abstracts, the original applied life sciences database, coverage includes: crop husbandry, crop protection, rice breeding, rice physiology, rice harvesting, food technology and nutritional aspects, and economics.
Each week Rice Abstracts delivers all the new highly-targeted, searchable summaries covering key English and non-English language journal articles, reports, conferences and books about rice. Over 6,000 records are added to the database each year.
Rice Abstracts includes a fully searchable backfile to 1977. Over 120,000 research summaries bring a wealth of current and seminal research in rice to your fingertips!
Rice Abstracts updated weekly online, it is also available in print, delivered quarterly.
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Breeding, taxonomy and genetic resources
All aspects of rice breeding and crop improvement, including
- – breeders rights
- – descriptions of new rice cultivars
- – domestication
- – evolution
- – gene banks
- – germplasm exchange
– in situ and ex situ conservation
- – plant genetic resources
- – seed production
- – studies on wild relatives
– taxonomy and nomenclature
- – variety trials
- All aspects of rice agronomy and crop husbandry, including:
– agronomy and crop management: farming systems, cropping systems; seedbed preparation, including soil fumigation or sterilization; soil cultivation and tillage; seed and seed-tuber treatment; sowing and planting; crop establishment; spacing and plant density; mulching; irrigation; chemical growth regulation on a field scale, and growth regulation by physical methods, such as topping and sucker removal; grassland improvement; yield forecasting
– fertilizer application; date, method and form of fertilizer application; soil amendments; organic manures; nutrient uptake
– seed production; seed anatomy, morphology, embryology; seed development; seed composition; seed quality and testing; seed aging; artificial seeds
Rice agricultural economics and rice production economics. Subject areas included:
- – Agricultural and environmental economics research and theory
- – Agricultural and natural resource policy (land, water, fisheries)
- – Agricultural and regional development
- – Agricultural structure
- – Cooperatives
– Employment and income
- – Extension, education and research
– Input industries
- – Farm management and production economics
- – Farming systems
- – Finance and credit
– Food policy
- – Marketing and trade
- – Supply, demand and prices
Genetics and biotechnology All aspects of rice genetics and molecular biology including
- – biosafety
- – embryology
– inheritance and gene expression
- – intellectual property rights
– genetic engineering
- – gene mapping
- – molecular genetics
– nucleotide sequences
- – production of secondary metabolites
– tissue and organ culture
Harvesting, storage and agricultural engineering
In addition to rice harvesting all aspects of agricultural engineering are covered including
- – Harvesting and threshing
- – Handling and transport
- – Grain drying, aeration and storage
- – Grain quality assessment using image processing
- – Milling
- – Ploughing and seedbed preparation, fertilizer/pesticide application
– Seed drills
Nutrition and food technology
All aspects of rice related to animal and food nutrition are included including physiology and biochemistry of nutrients and antinutrients.
– animal nutrition coverage includes papers on feeds, nutritive value, production responses to dietary manipulation and management, effect on digestion, rice silage making, etc.
– food science – aspects relating to human nutrition including analysis, food composition, nutritional value and contamination
– human nutrition includes nutritive value and digestibility, food allergies, diet studies, diet related disorders and therapeutic nutrition.
Pests and diseases
– all rice pests including insects, nematodes and vertebrate pests
– also rice pathogens (bacteria, fungi and viruses) their incidence, control and management, Include integrated pest management, biological control techniques, and utilization of cultivar pest and disease resistance.
Physiology and biochemistry
Covers all areas of rice physiology including
- – germination
- – dormancy
- – enzymes
- – growth regulators and metabolic inhibitors
- – fruit development and ripening
- – includes cultivar resistance to abiotic stresses such as drought, heat, cold and salinity- ion transport
- – metabolism
– nitrogen fixation
- – photosynthesis
- – plant composition
– plant morphology and anatomy
- – postharvest physiology
- – senescence
- – techniques and models
- – translocation
- – water relations
Rural development and land use
Covers all aspects related to rice associated with the process of rural development in those countries that are popularly termed the ‘Third World’. These include:
- – agrarian reform
– agricultural development
- – employment and labour
– environment and the utilisation of natural resources
- – food aid
– human resources
- – innovation adoption
- – land tenure
Soils, climate and environment
All aspects of irrigation and rice soils including paddy methane emissions also effects of environmental factors. The major topics covered include:
- – Fertilizers
– Soil biology
– Soil chemistry
- – Soil fertility
- – Soil management
– Soil morphology and formation
- – Soil physics
- – Soil water
Utilization of byproducts
In addition to the use of byproducts such as
- – rice bran
- – rice flour
– rice meal
- – rice straw and husks in any agricultural or industrial context
- – other miscellaneous papers are included
– all aspects of the biology and ecology of rice weeds
– weed control by chemical physical cultural biological or integrated methods
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