7 edition of Plant Abiotic Stress (Biological Sciences) found in the catalog.
June 1, 2005
by Blackwell Publishing Limited
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Hasegawa (Contributor), Ray Bressan (Contributor), Daniel Cook (Contributor), William Dyer (Contributor), Sarah Fowler (Contributor), S. Mark Goodwin (Contributor), Miguel C. Botella (Contributor), Matthew Jenks (Editor), Manu Agarwal (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
In this book, Osmoprotectant-mediated abiotic stress tolerance in plants: recent advances and future perspectives, we present a collection of 16 chapters written by leading experts engaged with compatible solute-induced abiotic stress tolerance in plants. The main objective of this volume is to promote the important roles of these compatible The book offers in depth information on a specific abiotic stress factors and is a great companion to advanced lectures on plant stress physiology both for lectures and students. - Alexander Christmann, Technical University Munich, Germany
Plant abiotic stress–induce oxidative stress reduce photosynthesis by producing and accumulation ROS in photosynthetic apparatus. Recently, Wu et al. () showed that application of cerium oxide (nCeO 2) NP protects CO 2 assimilation and quantum yield of photosystem (PS) II by scavenging ROS, induced by different abiotic stresses. Results from other studies showed that nCeO In field conditions, plants may experience numerous environmental stresses at any one time. Research suggests that the plant response to multiple stresses is different from that for individual stresses, producing nonadditive effects. In particular, the molecular signaling pathways controlling biotic and abiotic stress responses may interact and antagonize one
Crop yield is mainly influenced by climatic factors, agronomic factors, pests and nutrient availability in the soil. Stress is any adverse environmental condition that hampers proper growth of plant. Abiotic stress creates adverse effect on multiple procedures of morphology, biochemistry and physiology that are directly connected with growth and yield of :// Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants explains the physiological and molecular mechanisms plants naturally exhibit to withstand abiotic stresses and outlines the potential approaches to enhance plant abiotic stress tolerance to extreme conditions. Synthesising developments in plant stress biology, the book offers strategies that can be
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Abiotic stressors are non-living environmental stressors that can have a negative impact on a plants ability to grow and thrive in a given environment. Stressors can range from temperature stress (both extreme heat and extreme cold) water stress, aridity, salinity among others.
This book explores the full gamut of plant abiotic stressors and Abiotic Stress - Plant Responses and Applications in Agriculture. Edited by: Kourosh Vahdati and Charles Leslie.
ISBNPDF ISBNPublished "This book is not intended to cover all known abiotic stresses Plant Abiotic Stress book every possible technique used to understand plant tolerance but, instead, to describe some of This book focuses on stress caused by the inanimate components of the environment associated with climatic, edaphic and physiographic factors that substantially limit plant growth and survival.
Categorically these are abiotic stresses, which include drought, salinity, non Understanding abiotic stress responses in plants is critical for the development of new varieties of crops, which are better adapted to harsh climate conditions. The new book by the well-known editor team Narendra Tuteja and Sarvajeet Gill provides a comprehensive overview on the molecular basis of plant responses to external stress like In book: Abiotic and Biotic Stress in Plants [Working Title] biotic stress is of great concern to plant scientists.
Abiotic stress is a primary threat to fulfill the demand of agricultural This book presents the recent development of agronomic and molecular approaches in conferring plant abiotic stress tolerance in an organized way. The present volume will be of great interest among research students and teaching community, and can also be used as Narendra Tuteja also reported several high salinity stress tolerant genes from plants and fungi and developed salt/drought tolerant plants.
Currently assistant professor at MD University, Rohtak, India, Sarvajeet Singh Gill has made significant contributions to abiotic stress tolerance. Together with Narendra Tuteja he worked on plant helicases Molecular Mechanisms and Genetics of Plant Resistance to Abiotic Stress. Jill M.
Farrant and Maria-Cecília D. Costa (Eds.) Pages: Published: March (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Molecular Mechanisms and Genetics of Plant Resistance to Abiotic Stress that was published in Plants) Download PDF.
Add this book to My Abiotic and Biotic Stress in Plants - Recent Advances and Future Perspectives. Edited by: Arun K. Shanker and Chitra Shanker. ISBNPDF ISBNPublished 3 Plant adaptive responses to salinity stress 37 MIGUEL A. BOTELLA, ABEL ROSADO, RAY A.
BRESSAN and PAUL M. HASEGAWA Salt stress effects on plant survival, growth and development 37 NaCl causes both ionic and osmotic stresses 38 Secondary effects of salt stress Genomics of plant abiotic stress tolerance.
Dong‐ha Oh. Department of Plant Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign, Urbana, Illinois Book Editor(s): This point is highlighted by comparing the genome and transcriptome of the abiotic stress‐sensitive Arabidopsis thaliana with its close relatives, stress caused by plant pathogens, there are a number.
of abiotic stresses such as extremes in temperature, drought, salinity, heavy metals and radiation which. all have detrimental effects on plant growth and yield. However, certain plant species and ecotypes have. developed various mechanisms to adapt to such.
stress :// stress caused by plant pathogens, there are a number. of abiotic stresses such as extremes in temperature, drought, salinity, heavy metals and radiation which. all have detrimental effects on plant growth and yield. However, certain plant species and ecotypes have.
developed various mechanisms to adapt to such. stress › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences. Global Partnership Initiative for Plant Breeding Capacity Building (GIPB), aim to select and distribute seed crops and cultivars with tolerance to abiotic stresses in order to facilitate sus‐ tainable use of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture.
Abiotic stress leads to a series of morphological, physiological, biochemical and Consequently, the literature concerning plant responses to abiotic stress is vast.
The impact of abiotic stress on plant performance has been explored at many different levels, in a great variety of model and crop species. These studies refer to physiological responses, molecular signaling pathways, ecophysiology and crop breeding studies. This can be achieved by using plant beneficial bacteria, i.e., those bacteria that enhance plant growth under abiotic stress conditions, and more specifically, microorganisms such as plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), which are the most promising candidates in this › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences.
Plant Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance. Editors (view affiliations) The authors of this book have collected the most recent advances and discoveries applied to breeding for abiotic stresses in this book, starting with new physiological concepts and breeding methods, and moving on to discuss modern molecular biological approaches geared The plant U-box (PUB) protein is the E3 ligase that plays roles in the degradation or post-translational modification of target proteins.
In rice, 77 U-box proteins were identified and divided into eight classes according to the domain configuration. We performed a phylogenomic analysis by integrating microarray expression data under abiotic stress to the phylogenetic tree :// This book discusses many aspects of plant-nutrient-induced abiotic stress tolerance.
It consists of 22 informative chapters on the basic role of plant nutrients and the latest research advances in the field of plant nutrients in abiotic stress tolerance as well as their practical › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences.
Climate change is a serious problem influencing agricultural production worldwide and challenging researchers to investigate plant responses and to breed crops for the changed growing conditions.
Abiotic stresses are the most important for crop production, affecting about % of arable land worldwide. These stress factors include high and low temperature, water deficit (drought) and. This book discusses many aspects of plant-nutrient-induced abiotic stress tolerance.
It consists of 22 informative chapters on the basic role of plant nutrients and the latest research advances in the field of plant nutrients in abiotic stress tolerance as well as their practical ://Salinity is an abiotic stress that affects the plant's ability to grow, develop, and achieve its full genetic potential (Läuchli & Grattan, ).
Salinity can reduce the turgor of epidermal Abiotic stress cause changes in soil-plant-atmosphere continuum and is responsible for reduced yield in several major crops.
Therefore, the subject of abiotic stress response in plants - metabolism, productivity and sustainability - is gaining considerable significance in the contemporary › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences.