Molecular Breeding and Nutritional Aspects of Buckwheat

 
 
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Molecular Breeding and Nutritional Aspects of Buckwheat describes the general characterization and genetic diversity of buckwheat (family Polygonaceae, genus Fagopyrum) around the globe (especially in Russia, China, India, and Eastern Europe), the arid and cool regions where it is most frequently consumed, and nutritional information on a variety of buckwheat uses, including tea, groats, flour, and noodles.

With detailed information on buckwheat regeneration, genetic transformation, gene function analysis, and the metabolic engineering of bioactive compounds, the book guides readers through a variety of buckwheat varietal adaptations, providing foundation information on which additional research should be conducted.

It is divided into four parts, including genetic resource and phylogenetic relationship, food nutrition, growth and cultivation, and molecular breeding, with each section providing insights into the most current developments.


  • Addresses all aspects of buckwheat research, including genetic resources, biological nutrition, genetic transformation, and molecular breeding
  • Presents global characterization on the genetic resource of Fagopyrum, giving researchers insights that will help them breed new cultivars
  • Explores the bioactivity of buckwheat
  • Includes detailed information on the environmental factors that affect the growth and production of buckwheat


Dr. Meiliang Zhou (Biotechnology Research Institute-CAAS/Sichuan Agricultural University, China), Regulation of gene expression; Plant development; Functional genomics; Hormones signaling transduction mechanisms; Plant-biotic (microbe, insect and virus) interaction; Plant-abiotic (drought, salt, flooding, heavy metals, cold and high temperature); Plant secondary metabolites biosynthesis pathway and regulation mechanism; Plant nutrition.
  • Englisch
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Elsevier Science
  • 17,86 MB
978-0-12-803714-0 (9780128037140)
0128037148 (0128037148)
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • List of Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Chapter | one - Molecular Taxonomy of the Genus Fagopyrum
  • Introduction
  • Two Groups of the Genus Fagopyrum: the Cymosum Group and the Urophyllum Group
  • Controversial Opinions: Is F. cymosum Phylogenetically Close to Common Buckwheat or Close to Tartary Buckwheat?
  • Difficulty in Morphological Classification of the Members of the Urophyllum Group
  • Diploid and Tetraploid Plants Belong to a Same Species or Belong to Different Species
  • The Cases of Two Taxa That are Morphologically Similar but Distinct at the Molecular Level
  • The Group of Plants That Have Specific Characters, but Have not Been Analyzed at Molecular Level, Hence Have not Been Decid...
  • References
  • Chapter | two - Germplasm Resources of Buckwheat in China
  • Introduction
  • The Acreage, Production, and Distribution of Cultivated Buckwheat in China
  • Buckwheat Germplasm Resources in China
  • Germplasm Resources of Cultivated Buckwheat
  • Germplasm Resources of Wild Buckwheat
  • The Types and Distributions of Wild Buckwheat
  • Introduction of Buckwheat Resources in the Southwest of China
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | three - Concepts, Prospects, and Potentiality in Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench): A Research Perspective
  • Introduction
  • Basic Concept of Buckwheat
  • Origin and Domestication History of Buckwheat
  • Present Status of Production
  • Plant Description
  • Progress of the Biotechnological Approach for the Improvement of Buckwheat
  • Advances of Callus Culture and Organogenesis
  • Progress on Somatic Embryogenesis
  • Somatic Hybridization via Protoplast Culture
  • In Vitro Fertilization Through Protoplast Culture
  • Induction of Haploid Through Anther and Ovule Culture
  • Breeding Advances in Buckwheat
  • Breeding Advances on Interspecific Hybridization
  • Improvement of Buckwheat Plant via Conventional Breeding Approaches
  • Advances of Interspecific Hybridization via Pollen- and Anther-Related Breeding in Buckwheat
  • Progress on Interspecific Hybridization Through the Embryo Rescue Technique in Buckwheat
  • Advances of Self-Incompatibility Studies in Buckwheat
  • Development of Molecular Marker-Assisted Breeding in Buckwheat
  • Progress on the Inheritance of Homostylar and Heterostylar Genes in Buckwheat
  • Future Prospects for the Improvement of Buckwheat
  • References
  • Chapter | four - Biological Resources and Selection Value of Species of Fagopyrum Mill. Genus in the Far East of Russia
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter | five - Buckwheat Production, Consumption, and Genetic Resources in Japan
  • Production
  • Production and the Past of Buckwheat
  • Productivity of Buckwheat
  • Regional Variation in Buckwheat Production
  • Genetic Resources
  • Genetic Resources and Conservation of Landraces
  • Spring-Sowing Cultivation and Double Cropping
  • Consumption
  • Eating Quality of Buckwheat Noodle and Flour
  • Seasonal Patterns and Regional Variation of Domestic Consumption
  • Development of Novel Cultivars With High Added Value
  • Acknowledgment
  • References
  • Chapter | six - The Unique Value of Buckwheat as a Most Important Traditional Cereal Crop in Ukraine
  • The Unique Value of Buckwheat in Ukraine
  • References
  • Chapter | seven - Interspecific Crosses in Buckwheat Breeding
  • Introduction
  • The Crossing of F. esculentum × F. cymosum
  • The Crossing of F. tataricum × F. cymosum
  • The Crossing of F. tataricum × F. esculentum
  • The Crossing of F. esculentum × F. homotropicum
  • References
  • Chapter | eight - Crop Evolution of Buckwheat in Eastern Europe: Microevolutionary Trends in the Secondary Center of Buckwh...
  • Introduction
  • Buckwheat in Different Periods (Historical Speculation)
  • General Regularities in Common Buckwheat Adaptation
  • Selective Forces for Maintenance of Intrapopulation Polymorphism for the Number of Vegetative Nodes
  • Preadaptations for Accumulation of Recessive Allele det in Landraces
  • A Population Heterogeneity as a Basis for Breeding and Introduction of Buckwheat (the Example of the Phenomenon of cv. Bogatyr)
  • Following Buckwheat Breeding in the USSR and Russia
  • References
  • Chapter | nine - Genetic Resources of Buckwheat in India
  • Introduction
  • Areas and Distribution of Genetic Diversity in India
  • Management of Genetic Resources
  • Exploration and Collection
  • Introduction
  • Characterization and Evaluation
  • Genome Resources
  • Uses of buckwheat
  • Germplasm Utilization
  • Germplasm Conservation
  • Conclusion and Future Research Needs
  • References
  • Chapter | ten - Phenotypic Plasticity in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Adaptive Plasticity as a Selective Advantage
  • Cultivation, Utilization, and Diversity of Buckwheat
  • Genome Plasticity in Buckwheat
  • Morphological Plasticity in Buckwheat
  • The Way Forward
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | eleven - Bioactive Compounds in Buckwheat Sprouts
  • Introduction
  • Bioactive Compounds
  • Analytical Methods
  • Physiological Effects
  • Factors Affect the Quality of Sprouts
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twelve - Bioactive Flavonoids in Buckwheat Grain and Green Parts
  • Introduction
  • Flavonoids
  • Health Effects
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | thirteen - Nutritional Value of Buckwheat Proteins and Starch
  • Introduction
  • Functional Value of Buckwheat Proteins
  • Functional Value of Buckwheat Starch
  • Interactions
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | fourteen - Nutritional Aspects of Buckwheat in the Czech Republic
  • Introduction
  • History of Buckwheat in the Czech Territory
  • Nutritional Quality of Buckwheat in the Czech Republic
  • Buckwheat as a Functional Food
  • Utilization of Common Buckwheat as a Food
  • The Milling of Buckwheat
  • Utilization of Common Buckwheat as Sprouts and Microgreens
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgement
  • References
  • Chapter | fifteen - Factors Important for Structural Properties and Quality of Buckwheat Products
  • Introduction
  • Palatability and Acceptability of Foods: Proposal of the Molecular Cookery Science
  • Scientific Analysis of Traditional Preparing Methods of Buckwheat Noodles
  • Mechanical Variety of Asian Noodles Including Buckwheat Noodles and Classification of the Noodles in View of Mechanical Cha...
  • Comparison Between Common and Tartary Buckwheat Products in View of Mechanical Characteristics
  • Development of Buckwheat Products Used in Mass Food Serving
  • Molecular Cookery Scientific Characterization of Mechanical Changes Arising From Interactions Between Buckwheat Components ...
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter | sixteen - Genetic Diversity Among Buckwheat Samples in Regards to Gluten-Free Diets and Coeliac Disease
  • Introduction
  • Material and Methods
  • Results and Discussions
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | seventeen - Toward the Use of Buckwheat as an Ingredient for the Preparation of Functional Food
  • Modern Diet and Health Scenario
  • Regulatory Hints About Functional Food
  • Buckwheat: An Opportunity
  • Use of Buckwheat as a Potential Functional Ingredient
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter | eighteen - Buckwheat in the Nutrition of Livestock and Poultry
  • Introduction: Potential Global Significance of Buckwheat in Livestock and Poultry Nutrition
  • Buckwheat for Ruminant Species
  • Total Buckwheat Plant as Ruminant Feed
  • Buckwheat Grains for Ruminants
  • Effects of Buckwheat on Ruminal Methanogenesis
  • Effects of Buckwheat Feed on Milk Quality
  • Buckwheat for Pigs
  • Buckwheat for Poultry
  • Feeding Buckwheat to Layers
  • Feeding Buckwheat to Broiler Chickens
  • Conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter | nineteen - Biochemical Properties of Common and Tartary Buckwheat: Centered with Buckwheat Proteomics
  • General Properties of Common and Tartary Buckwheat
  • Biochemical Properties of Buckwheat Metabolites
  • Lectin
  • Trypsin Inhibitor
  • Rutin
  • Quercetin
  • Anthocyanin
  • Other Phenolic Compounds
  • Tatariside F
  • Fagopyrin
  • Inositol Derivatives
  • Proteomic Approaches: Gel-Based Versus Shotgun Methods
  • Proteomic Studies of Major Cereal Crops
  • Current Proteomics of Common and Tartary Buckwheat
  • Challenges and Perspectives of Buckwheat Proteomics
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty - Mineral and Trace Element Composition and Importance for Nutritional Value of Buckwheat Grain, Groats, a...
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Mineral Element Composition of Grains, Groats, and Sprouts
  • Comparison of Tartary Buckwheat and Common Buckwheat
  • Mineral Element Distribution in Groats and Sprouts of Tartary Buckwheat
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty one - The Effect of Environmental Factors on Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Origin of Buckwheat
  • Response of Buckwheat to Radiation Conditions
  • Response to Temperature Conditions
  • Water Availability
  • Nutrient Availability
  • Biofortification With Selenium
  • Multiple Effects of Environmental Factors on Buckwheat
  • Drought and UV Radiation
  • Drought and Se
  • Se and UV Radiation
  • Conclusions
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty two - The Effect of Habitat Conditions and Agrotechnical Factors on the Nutritional Value of Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Environmental Conditions
  • Cultivar
  • Sowing Term
  • Nitrogen Fertilization
  • Sowing Density
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty three - Cultivation, Agronomic Practices, and Growth Performance of Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Agrotechniques
  • Site Preparation and Seed Sowing
  • Fertilizer Requirements
  • Crop Harvesting and Storage
  • Crop Diseases and Pests
  • Pollination Requirement
  • Buckwheat as Smart Cover Crop in Intercropping System
  • Limitations in Production Yield
  • Seed Shattering in the Crop
  • Flower Abortion
  • Abiotic Stress Conditions Responsible for Low Production Yield in Buckwheat
  • Temperature Stress
  • Photoperiod
  • Water Stress
  • Conclusion and Future Perspective
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty four - Cultivation of Buckwheat in China
  • The Cultural History of Buckwheat
  • Introduction of Chinese Buckwheat Varieties
  • The Buckwheat Cultivated Technology in China
  • The Rotation System of Buckwheat
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty five - Characterization of Functional Genes in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Environmental Stresses Tolerance
  • Secondary Metabolism
  • Protease Inhibitors
  • Selfincompatibility
  • Allergens
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty six - Flavor and Lipid Deterioration in Buckwheat Flour Related to Lipoxygenase Pathway Enzymes
  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of Lipase, Lipoxygenase, and Peroxidase in Buckwheat Flour
  • Effects of Enzymes in Lypoxygenase Pathway on the Deterioration of Quality During Flour Storage
  • Effects of Enzymes in Lypoxygenase Pathway on Generation of Noodle Volatile Compounds
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty seven - Bitterness Generation, Rutin Hydrolysis, and Development of Trace Rutinosidase Variety in Tartary ...
  • Introduction
  • Characterization of Rutinosidase in Tartary Buckwheat
  • Discovery of a Trace Rutinosidase Mutant of Tartary Buckwheat
  • Breeding and Characteristics of Trace Rutinosidase Variety in Tartary Buckwheat
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty eight - Protease Inhibitors in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Classification and Characterization of Buckwheat PIs
  • Insect-Resistant Activity of Buckwheat PIs
  • The Antimicrobial and Antifungal Activities of Buckwheat PIs
  • Antitumor and Anti-HIV Activities of Buckwheat PIs
  • The Allergenic Activity of Buckwheat PIs
  • Concluding Remarks and Future Prospects for Buckwheat PIs
  • References
  • Chapter | twenty nine - Buckwheat Tissue Cultures and Genetic Transformation
  • Introduction
  • Callus Formation and Morphogenesis
  • Micropropagation
  • Culture of Immature Embryos
  • Anther Culture
  • Genetic Transformation and Bioactive Compounds
  • References
  • Chapter | thirty - Flavonoid Biosynthesis in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Flavonols and Their O-Glycosides
  • C-Glucosylflavones
  • Acknowledgment
  • References
  • Chapter | thirty one - Diversity in Seed Storage Proteins and Their Genes in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Seed Storage Protein Classification
  • Buckwheat Legumin Gene Structure
  • Future Prospects
  • References
  • Chapter | thirty two - Waxy Locus in Buckwheat: Implications for Designer Starches
  • Introduction
  • Starch
  • The Waxy Locus
  • Altering Starch Composition Through Biotechnological Approaches
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter | thirty three - Genetic Analyses of the Heteromorphic Self-Incompatibility (S) Locus in Buckwheat
  • Introduction
  • Self-compatibility and the Sh allele of F. homotropicum
  • Genes present in the S-locus
  • An inference of evolutionary history using genetic data of the S-locus
  • References
  • Chapter | thirty four - Biochemical and Technological Properties of Buckwheat Grains
  • Introduction
  • Biochemical Properties of Buckwheat Grains
  • Chemical Compounds in Processed Milling Fraction and Grain Tissues
  • Technological Properties of Buckwheat Grains
  • Conclusions and Perspectives
  • References
  • Subject Index
  • Back cover

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