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Abiotic stress tolerance in plants

Abiotic stress tolerance in plants
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Dewey Class 632.1 (DDC 22)
Title Abiotic stress tolerance in plants (EB) / edited by Ashwani K. Rai and Teruhiro Takabe.
Added Personal Name Rai, Ashwani K.
Takabe, Teruhiro
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication Dordrecht : Springer , 2006
Physical Details : v.: digital
ISBN 9781402043895
Summary Note Section I Signal transduction: Stress signal transduction: components, pathways and network integration. Identification of salt-responsive genes in onocotyledonous plants: from transcriptome to functional analysis. Phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II C-terminal domain and plant osmotic-stress responses.- Section II Temperature stress: Trienoic fatty acids and temperature tolerance of higher plants.- Section III Oxidative stresses: Nitric oxide research in agriculture: bridging the plant and bacterial realms. Ultraviolet radiation stress: molecular and physiological adaptations in trees. Involvement of aldehyde dehydrogenase in alleviation of post-anoxic injury in rice.- Section IV Phytoremediation: Genetic engineering stress tolerant plants for phytoremediation.- Section V Osmotic stresses: Metabolic engineering of glycine betaine. Induction of biosynthesis of osmoprotectants in higher plants by hydrogen peroxide and its application to agriculture.- Section VI Ion homeostasis: Role of Na+/H+ antiporters for salt tolerance in plants and cyanobacteria. Structural and functional relationship between cation transporters and channels.- Section VII Nutrition: Is cellulose synthesis enhanced by expression of sucrose synthase in poplar? Nitrogen metabolism in cyanobacteria under osmotic stress.- Section VIII Structural responses: Ultrastructural effects of salinity stress in higher plants.- Section IX Development of Biotechnology: Genetic diversity of saline coastal rice (Oryza sativa L.) landraces of Bangladesh. Development of marker-free and gene-exchange vectors, and its application. Toward the development of biotechnology in Asia.-Index.:
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