Advances in Citrus Nutrition

  • Anoop Kumar Srivastava

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Theeshan Bahorun, Deena Ramful-Baboolall, Vidushi Neergheen-Bhujun, Okezie I. Aruoma, Ashok Kumar, Shalini Verma et al.
    Pages 25-40
  3. E. A. Hanlon, K. T. Morgan, T. A. Obreza, R. Mylavarapu
    Pages 81-87
  4. Giuseppe Gattuso, Davide Barreca
    Pages 89-99
  5. Mahmoud M. Shaaban
    Pages 101-112
  6. Paolo Menesatti, Federico Pallottino, Francesca Antonucci, Giancarlo Roccuzzo, Francesco Intrigliolo, Corrado Costa
    Pages 113-123
  7. Lijuan Yang, Yulong Zhang, Fusheng Li
    Pages 143-156
  8. Zora Singh, Ahmad Sattar Khan
    Pages 157-167
  9. Matjaž Turinek, Martina Bavec, Franc Bavec
    Pages 195-203
  10. Johannes Scholberg, Kelly T. Morgan
    Pages 205-229
  11. Agostino Sorgonà, Maria Rosa Abenavoli
    Pages 231-244
  12. Jackson Marcondes, Eliana G. M. Lemos
    Pages 245-255
  13. Kelly T. Morgan, Davie Kadyampakemi
    Pages 271-280
  14. Ana Quiñones, Belén Martínez-Alcántara, Eduardo Primo-Millo, Francisco Legaz
    Pages 281-301
  15. Alfredo Gravina, Giuliana Gambetta, Fernando Rivas
    Pages 303-320
  16. A. Jiménez, A. Torrecillas, F. Sevilla, M. F. Ortuño, W. Conejero, F. Ferreres et al.
    Pages 321-331
  17. Ibrahim Ortas
    Pages 333-351
  18. Stefano Canali, Giancarlo Roccuzzo, Fabio Tittarelli, Corrado Ciaccia, Stagno Fiorella, Francesco Intrigliolo
    Pages 353-368
  19. Anoop Kumar Srivastava
    Pages 369-389
  20. Brian Boman
    Pages 391-413
  21. Xujun Ye, Kenshi Sakai
    Pages 453-473
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 475-477

About this book


Citrus nutrition has been the subject of worldwide research to not only soil scientists, but to researchers covering various other disciplines as well. Despite many breakthroughs in diagnosis and management of nutrient constraints, citrus nutritionists are still baffled by the complex processes associated with precise field diagnosis of different nutrient constraints. Hence, currently available diagnostic tools are more applicable to next season’s crop, instead of addressing the constraints in the current standing crop. In this regard, there has been some distinctive developments. For example, the application of geospatial tools including non-destructive proximal sensing, metalloenzymes through increasing involvement of genomics and metabolomics (e.g., expressed tag analysis), exploiting the dynamic relationship between soil enzymes and fertility variations, etc. Studying the partitioning of nutrients across critical growth stages has, not only improved our understanding on nutritional physiology, but enabled researchers to modulate nutrient requirement according to nutrient demand of growing leaves and fruits according to source-sink relationship. This is where nutrient use efficiency intervenes best to unravel many of the mysteries associated with nutrient requirement at various phenophases of crops. The major abiotic constraints in the form of calcium carbonate (induced iron chlorosis on alkaline soils and Al-toxicity; induced nutrient transformations on acid soils) have taken the understanding of citrus nutrition to another level of excellence, highlighting their significance in cutting down the efficiency of  nutrient use. These developments have undoubtedly added a new dimension to diagnosis of nutrient constraints. As many as 30 chapters from 72 eminent researchers spread over 19 countries have made this maiden book on Citrus Nutrition more special both in terms of quality as well as attracting a global readership.


Food Sciences Geo-informatics Plant Nutrition Rhizosphere Characterization Soil Fertility Mapping

Editors and affiliations

  • Anoop Kumar Srivastava
    • 1
  1. 1., Soil ScienceNational Research Centre for CitrusNagpurIndia

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