Special Issue "Berry Crops Production: Cultivation, Breeding and Health Benefits"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2022.
The horticulture industry is changing rapidly due to environmental, economical and social constraints, and the berry industry is no exception. Climate change, migration, economic instabilities and public health concerns have been some of the major challenges in recent years. The science is also changing rapidly as new technologies such as genome sequencing, bioinformatics, sensing and imaging technologies and automation have emerged. These technologies have created large amounts of data in different areas of research. The results need to be commercialized and incorporated into the established breeding, production, handling and storage practices.
This book will collect and represent information on new and improved breeding, production and postharvest practices that can be beneficial to the berry industry and human health. The topics include, but are not limited to, the following: breeding and genomics, environmental responses and tolerances, nutrient management, pest and disease management and resistances, enhanced phytonutrient content, enhanced human nutrition, systems to improve shelf life and food safety and new technologies such as automation, imaging and sensing technologies.
Dr. Toktam Taghavi
Manuscript Submission Information
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