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Physiology of Plants Under Abiotic Stress and Climate Change

 
A. Hemantaranjan (Editor)
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I. Nutriophysiology and mineral nutrient stresses: 1. Physiological and molecular approaches to improve crop tolerance to mineral nutrient deficiency and heavy metal toxicity/Bhupinder Singh, Pratibha, Chandan Kumar Gupta, Sumedha Ahuja, Kalidindi Usha and Raghu Nath Pandey. 2. Role of mineral nutrients in physiology, ripening and storability of fruits/Vijay Paul, Rakesh Pandey, Ramesh K.V. and Atar Singh. 3. Phytonutrients in potato/R. Ezekiel. 4. Nutrient stress induced oxidative damage in plants/Nalini Pandey. 5. Change in global climatic pattern and the perils of grain yield loss and iron stress in rice plant/P.K. Mohapatra, E. Kariali, B.B. Panda and A. Das. II. Environmental stresses: molecular and physiological aspects: 6. Environmental stresses and transgenics: role of zfp zat gene in multiple stress tolerance in plants/Avinash Chandra Rai, Major Singh and Kavita Shah. 7. An overview on QTLs linked to physio morphological traits under water limited conditions in rice Oryza sativa L/Beena R. 8. Crosstalk between genes in salicylic acid and jasmonic acid mediated signaling in plants exposed to environmental stresses/Indra Singh and Kavita Shah. 9. Heat stress responses of wheat and other plants/A. Hemantaranjan, Pradeep Kumar Patel, Radha Singh and Abhishek Kumar Srivastava. 10. Salinity stress responses in plants: physiochemical and biotechnological approaches/Sananda Mondal and Bandana Bose. 11. Reactive oxygen species: dual role in seed physiology/Giti Verma and Samir Sharma. III. Heavy metal stresses: 12. Phytochelatins: natural chelating agents involved in plant protection/Enrique J. Baran. 13. Metal, toxicity, production of reactive oxygen species and their consequences in plants/Rajneesh Kumar Srivastava and Rama Shanker Dubey. 14. Impact of heavy metal induced oxidative stress in plant system: some aspects/M.K. Adak, C. Mandal, N. Ghosh and N. Dey. IV. Stress control measures and phytoremediation: 15. Biodrainage: a waterlogging and salinity control option/C. Rani, R. Angrish, O.P. Toky, K.S. Datta, V. Arora and S. Chawla. 16. Postharvest changes in fresh commodities with special reference to nutraceuticals under abiotic stress conditions/P. Jeyakumar. 17. Phytoremediation: tool for in Situ risk reduction/Padmanabh Dwivedi and Prasann Kumar. V. Plant Growth regulators: 18. The journey a long chain aliphatic alcohols since 1933: bioregulating properties of long chain aliphatic alcohols-a review/Nisha Raghava and Ravindra Pratap Raghava. Subject Index.

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A. Hemantaranjan

Dr. A. Hemantaranjan, Editor, is the Senior Faculty Member in the Department of Plant Physiology, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India as well as Fellow, Indian Society For Plant Physiology (FISPP). He has been teaching in Post Graduate/Ph.D. classes since 1984, he became the recipient of “Research Scientist A Award" conferred on him by the University Grants Commission, Govt. of India. Over 65 of his research papers and review articles/book chapters are globally published in journals/treatise of international repute including proceedings symposia and recurrently cited world over. He is the recipient of a number of advanced training in India and abroad related to plant sciences, in general, and plant mineral nutrition, in particular. Besides the publication of treatise on Advances in Plant Physiology Series, he has also published treatises on "Advancements in Iron Nutrition Research" and "Advancements in Micro-nutrient Research" in the years 1995 and 1996 correspondingly. Above and beyond, he is life member of many Indian and overseas Learned Bodies in Biology and Agriculture.

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Title Physiology of Plants Under Abiotic Stress and Climate Change
Format Hardcover
Date published: 14.11.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788172337896
length xvi+611p., Figures