4 edition of Abiotic stress and plant responses found in the catalog.
Abiotic stress and plant responses
Contributed chapters on the subject.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Nafees A. Khan, Sarvajeet Singh.|
|Contributions||Khan, Nafees A., Singh, Sarvajeet.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||2008308941|
Similarly, more attention should be directed toward plant responses to simultaneous, multiple abiotic stresses and to the crosstalk between abiotic and biotic stress signaling because much of the abiotic stress research thus far has been carried out on sterile plants grown in culture media in the laboratory; in nature, however, plants co-exist (16) NAC (NAM, ATAF1/2, and CUC2) transcription factors play important roles in plant biological processes and stress responses. Here, we characterized the functional roles of BpNAC in white birch (Betula platyphylla). We found that BpNAC serves as a transcriptional activator. Gain- and loss-of-function analyses revealed that the transcript level of BpNAC was positively associated with
oxidative effects of ROS on plant responses to abiotic stress, but only a few studies documenting the nitrosa-tive effects of RNS . Hormones are also important regulators of plant responses to abiotic stress (Figure 2). The two most important are abscisic acid (ABA) and ethylene . ABA is a central regulator of many plant responses to Comparative approaches can be interesting to test the hypotheses of common signaling pathways and of physiological responses that are subject to pleiotropic gene action. In a mini-review article, Ranty et al. provide a broad perspective on the role of Ca 2+ in plant responses to abiotic and biotic stress. The specific effects of this ubiquitous
Interestingly, this posttranscriptional mechanism is induced under abiotic stress conditions, and genes playing a key role in plant responses to such stresses have been shown to be prone to alternative splicing events (Deng et al., ; Seo et al., , ; Liu et al., ; Calixto et al., ). These results clearly point out a crucial Abiotic stresses such as drought, flooding, high or low temperatures, metal toxicity and salinity can hamper plant growth and development. 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 ://
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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 or every possible technique used to understand plant tolerance but, instead, to describe some of 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 drought or heavy metals, to aid in the engineering of stress resistant crops.
Sarvajeet Singh Gill has made significant contributions to abiotic stress tolerance 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.
Chapter 10 Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants with Emphasizing on Drought and Salinity Stresses in Walnut Kourosh Vahdati and Naser Lotfi Chapter 11 The Role of Transcription Factors in Wheat Under Different Abiotic Stresses Mahdi Rahaie, Gang-Ping Xue and Peer M.
Schenk Chapter 12 Water Deficit Stress - Host Plant Nutrient However, certain plant species and ecotypes have. developed various mechanisms to adapt to such. stress conditions. Recent advances in the understanding of these abiotic.
stress responses provided the impetus for compiling. up-to-date reviews discussing all relevant topics in. abiotic stress signaling of plants in a single :// The present book on abiotic stress is an attempt to search for possible answers to several basic questions related to plant responses towards abiotic stresses.
This book presents a holistic view of the general principles of stress perception, signal transduction and regulation of gene :// Biotic and Abiotic Stress Responses in Crop Plants. Thomas Dresselhaus and Ralph Hückelhoven (Eds.) Pages: Published: January (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Biotic and Abiotic Stress Responses in Crop Plants that was published in Agronomy) Download PDF.
Add this book 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 The reader is provided with comprehensive synopsis of current knowledge and current research on plant responses to abiotic stress. 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 :// Chapter 2: Abiotic stress-induced morphological and anatomical changes in plants.
Chapter 3: Abiotic stress responses in plants Ð metabolism to productivity. Chapter 4: Approaches to increasing salt tolerance in crop plants. Chapter 5: Understanding and exploiting the impact of drought stress on plant /Abiotic-Stress-Responses-in-Plants-by-Parvaiz-Ahmad-and-M pdf.
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 The TFs are involved in responses against biotic and abiotic stress, and they play an esential role in regulation of plant adaptation to environmental changes.
A few TFs have been About this book. Apart from biotic 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 :// This book explores the full gamut of plant abiotic stressors and plants molecular responses and adaptations to adverse environmental conditions.
The new edition of Plant Abiotic Stress provides up-to-date coverage of the latest research advances in plant abiotic stress adaptation, with special emphasis on the associated and integrative aspects › Home › Subjects › Life Sciences › Plant Science.
from book Environmental Adaptations and Stress Tolerance of Plants in the Era of Climate Change (pp) Abiotic Stress Responses in Plants: An Overview and whole plant levels, which include 6 Adaptive responses in plants to nonoptimal soil pH V.
RAMI´REZ-RODRI´GUEZ, J. LO´PEZ-BUCIO and L. HERRERA-ESTRELLA Introduction Soil pH Soil acidification Acid soils Calcareous soils Plant responses to soil stress Plant responses to heavy metals Aluminum tolerance by exclusion stress(Book).pdf.
This book details on technologies that have emerged during the past decade and have been useful in studying the multigenicity of the plant abiotic stress response.
Upstream molecular mechanisms are involved in the plant response to abiotic stress, above all in the regulation of timings and amount of specific stress :// 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 drought or heavy metals, to aid in the engineering of › Home › Subjects › Life Sciences › Plant Science › Plant Physiology.
The tolerance mechanisms can also be improved by the development of new techniques employing plant physiology and plant molecular biology tools. In this present book the advances in the area of abiotic stress responses and stress management have been :// This book is broadly divided into sections on signaling in abiotic stress, nucleic acids, proteins and enzymes, genes and genomes and adaptation and tolerance.
It focuses on in depth molecular mechanism of abiotic stress effects on plants. In addition, insights from the genomics area are highlighted in one of the chapters of the book. Of. Similarly, more attention should be directed toward plant responses to simultaneous, multiple abiotic stresses and to the crosstalk between abiotic and biotic stress signaling because much of the abiotic stress research thus far has been carried out on sterile plants grown in culture media in the laboratory; in nature, however, plants co-exist Plant hormones also play an important role in regulatory processes during stress conditions.
Pearl millet is the seventh most important global cereal and is a staple crop for millions in India and Africa, where dryland crop production is ://73) / Priti Krishna Sensors of abiotic stress in Synechocystis (starting p.
) / Koji Mikami, Iwane Suzuki, Norio Murata Oxidative stress signalling (starting p. ) / Radhika Desikan, John T. Hancock, Steven J. Neill Signal transduction in plant cold acclimation (starting p. ) / Pekka Heino, E. Tapio Palva Heavy metal