Plant nutrients and abiotic stress tolerance
- Mirza Hasanuzzaman, Masayuki Fujita, Hirosuke Oku, Kamrun Nahar, Barbara Hawrylak-Nowak, editors.
- Singapore : Springer, 
- Physical description
- xxi, 590 pages ; 25 cm
Science Library (Li and Ma)
|QK867 .P53 2018||New books shelf|
- Includes bibliographical references.
- 1) Plant nutrients and abiotic stress- An Overview: Feibo Wu/ Xuecheng Sun 2) Role of plant nutrients in plant growth and physiology: Vahid Tavallali/ Xiaoe Yang 3) Role of macronutrients in abiotic stress tolerance to plants: Rudra Deo Tripathi/ Rajaram Panneerselvam 4) Role of micronutrients in salt stress tolerance to plants: Nafees A. Khan 5) Role of micronutrients in metal/metalloids stress tolerance to plants: Parvaiz Ahmad/ Elnaz Ebrahimian 6) Trace elements (Si, Se) in abiotic stress tolerance: Farshid Vazin/Mirza Hasanuzzaman 7) Role of plant nutrients in plants grown under extreme temperature: A. N. Pandey/ Xiaoe Yang 8) Uptake and metabolism of plant nutrients under waterlog ging/ flooding: Stan F. D'Souza/ Sajjad Zare 9) Foliar application of micronutrients in mitigating abiotic stress: Ismail Cakmak/ Ejaz Ahmad Waraich 10) Plant nutrients and oxidative stress tolerance: Lingli Lu/ Xuecheng Sun 11) Nutrient homeostasis and salt stress tolerance: Hakan Aktas 12) Signaling role of plant nutrients under abiotic stress conditions: Lam-Son Phan Tran/ Sudhakar Srivastava 13) Molecular approaches in enhancing nutrient uptake and homeostasis under abiotic stress: Roghieh Hajiboland/ Blanca San Segundo.
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- Publisher's Summary
- 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 applications. Today, plant nutrients are not only considered as food for plants, but also as regulators of numerous physiological processes including stress tolerance. They also interact with a number of biological molecules and signaling cascades. Although research work and review articles on the role of plant nutrients in abiotic stress tolerance have been published in a range of journals, annual reviews and book chapters, to date there has been no comprehensive book on this topic. As such, this timely book is a valuable resource for a wide audience, including plant scientists, agronomists, soil scientists, botanists, molecular biologists and environmental scientists.
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- Publication date
- 9789811090431 hardcover
- 9811090432 hardcover
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