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农业生态学(双语)
  • 书号:9787030329998
    作者:王松良等
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  • 丛书名:国家双语教学示范课程配套教材
  • 装帧:平装
    开本:16
  • 页数:264
    字数:400000
    语种:en
  • 出版社:科学出版社
    出版时间:2012-01-01
  • 所属分类:S18 农业生物学 0901 植物生产
  • 定价: ¥58.00元
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本书是国家双语教学示范课程的配套教材,也是“(中国)福建农林大学(加拿大)新斯科舍农学院‘2+2’本科教学合作项目”的成果之一。本书紧紧围绕“农业是把太阳光转变成人们健康、幸福生活的科学、艺术、政治学和社会学”这一对"农业"的新理解,把“农业生态学”定义为农学与生态学联姻的学科和实现农业生态系统可持续管理的应用科学。主要介绍农业生态学的学科内涵、农业生态系统的基本过程及其人为问题、可持续农业生态系统的构建与管理等内容,并包括该课程系列实践教学指导书。
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  • Contents
    Preface
    —Agrroeology: A Discipline for our TIme
    前言:时代需要农业生态学
    Part 1 Theoretical Framework
    Unit 1 Context of Agroecology
    Chapter 1 Agricullure and its anthropce:entric science 3
    1.1 What are agriculture, ecology and agroecology? 3
    1.2 Natural ecosysteversple-esntric esosystems and agroeams 11
    1.3 Making money and respecting the environment 12
    1.4 What we produce is determined by what we ansume: Rethinking the
    role of the modern supermarket 13
    Literatures cited in this chapter 14
    Chapter 2 Agroecology: Science of synthesis of :ology and agricultore 16
    2.1 Agroecology: Bridging ecology and agronomy 16
    2.2 Agroecology: The ecology of food systems 22
    2.3 Global food system: Two case analyses of basic agro:ology 26
    Literatures cited in this chapter 31
    Unit 2 Basic Analysis of Agroecosystems
    Chapter 3 Agroston and its analysis 33
    3.1 What is an agroecosystem? 33
    3.2τbe hierarchies of agroeasystems 35
    3.3τbe properties of agr。ecosystems 36
    3.4 Agroesosystem analysis 39
    Literatures cited in this chapter 42
    Chapter 4 Energy flow and matter cycle in agro:ystems 43
    4.1 Energy flow and matter cycle in a natural easystem 43
    4.2 Energy flow in agroeystems 46
    4.3 Matter cycle in agroesystems 47
    Literatures cited in this chapter 48
    Chapter 5 Agroclimate d agricultore's rolesin chimate chauge 49
    5.1 Climate change , global warming and its trends 49
    5.2 Agroclimate and climate change related to agriculture 53
    5.3 Adaptation and mitigation to the climate change in agriculture 57
    Literatures cited in the chapter 58
    Chapter 6 Water in agroes;ystems 59
    6.1 Water resoces in the global ystem 59
    6.2 Water in agroecosystems 61
    6.3 Aspects of water management in agroecosystems 64
    Literatures cited in this chapter 65
    Chapter 7 CoItivated soils and ilonisms 66
    7.1 Formation, claBification and functions of soils 66
    7.2 Soil nutrient cycling 73
    7.3 Soil management in agriculture 78
    Literatures cited in this chapter 82
    Chapter 8 Agrobiiversity and agressystem stability 83
    8.1 Biodiversity 83
    8.2 Biodiversity in agroecosystems 87
    8.3 Regenerating biodiversity in agroecosystems 90
    Literatures cited in this chapter 95
    Unit 3 Agroecosystematic ProceBes and Their
    Anthropocentric Problems
    Chapter 9 Land preparation 97
    9.1 The functions of land preparation 97
    9.2 The procedures of land preparation 97
    9.3 Tillage system 98
    Literatures cited in this chapter 105
    alapter 10 Erosion esd soil d:radation:p your soil covered" 106
    10.1 Soil erosion 106
    10.2 Land dgradation 114
    10.3 Keep your soil covered 117
    Literatures cited in this chapter 120
    11.1 What 盯e resources and wastes in agroecosystems? 121
    11.2 Animal and plant rnanures 123
    11.3 Compost: Making and using it 126
    Literatures cited in this chapter 131
    a,pter 12 Natural pital Ecological fooprint esd gy esa1ysis 132
    12.1 Ecological footprint (EF): concept and calculation 132
    12.2 Emergy analysis 133
    12.3 Modified method of natural capital accounting 134
    Literatures cited in this chapter 134
    Unit 4 Sustainable Production Systems
    Chapter 13 Dom,tic livte.tems 136
    13.1 Domestication and evolution of agriculture 136
    13.2 Animal production and products 140
    13.3 Efficiency in anirnal production 143
    Literatures cited in this chapter 145
    Chapter 14 Aquaclllture systems 146
    14.1 Is aquaculture important to world food product 146
    14.2 The role of aquaculture in human nutrition 147
    14.3 The fish species from east to west 148
    14.4 Methods and energy efficiency of aquaculture 149
    14.5 Sustainable aquaculture systems 150
    Literatures cited in this chapter 153
    Chapter 15 Cereal-hased cropping sterns 154
    15.1 Why are seeds of cereal so great? 154
    15.2 Cereals for food and feed 156
    15.3 Cereal-based cropping systems 158
    Literatures cited in this chapter 159
    Chapter 16 Vegetable-hased production sysms 160
    16.1 The roles of vegetable in hurnan development 160
    16.2 Vegetable production: Global and regional 162
    16.3 Scientific aspects of vegetable 162
    Literatures cited in this chapter 166
    17.1 Sheltered plant production: principle and services 167
    17.2 Sheltered plant production in Canada 168
    Cbapter 18 Emironrnfn in indus 172
    18.1 The concept of environmental horticulture 172
    18.2 The environment benefits of plants 173
    18.3 Designing environmental horticulture 174
    18.4 Green industry 176
    Literatures cited in this chapter 177
    Unit 5 Agroecosystem Management: IBues ,Problems and Solutions
    Chapter 19 Agnysn healtb and servieB:Iogy and onomies 178
    19.1 Ecosystem seices , health and management 178
    19.2 Agroeasystem services , health and management 187
    Literatures cited in this chapter 190
    Chapter 20 A framework for enquiry inagriystem nnagement 191
    20.1 Farm management systems: Goals and units 191
    20.2 Farm systems analysis: Economic and political perspectives 193
    2 3 An agro-eoologies1 framework for Ingra FManant ID 196
    Literatures cited in this chapter 199
    Chapter 21 AnimaI weIfare: A good Iife for animals 200
    21.1 Animal welfare: Concept and principles 200
    21.2 Anial welfare: Observations and research 202
    Literatures cited in this chapter 206
    Chapter 22 IntegredP,estMagcent (IPM):the studies 207
    22.1 Understanding pests and pest control 207
    22.2 Integrated pest management: a strategy of altematives 210
    22.3 Integrated pest management proadures 212
    22.4 Case studies in IPM 214
    Literatures cited in this chapter 218
    Chapter 23 Trends in organic production 219
    23.1 Definition , origins and demands of organic agriculture 219
    23.2 Approaches to organic agriculture 222
    23.3 Organic food regulations 223
    Literatures cited in this chapter 225
    Cbapler 24 Genetialy modified teeir impliay 227
    24.1 What is a genetically modified crop? 227
    24.2 GMO chnology 228
    24.3 Advantages of GM crops 230
    24.4 Risks aesiadwi GM crops 231
    24.5 GMOd:hat 233
    Literaturcited in this chapter 234
    Part in Practical 1eaching
    practicel suney 237
    Practice 2 Ecooooc plant E esPn 240
    Lab 1 VegeI:aaficatilBl and tomy 249
    Lab 2 Soil profde tore 255
    Lab 3 tou esd lirrnorphology 258
    Course trainting on agroecology learning style 260
    Epilogue
    Agroecology:The science of food in the 21st century
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