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Main Title Elucidation of Abiotic Stress Signaling in Plants Functional Genomics Perspectives, Volume 1 / [electronic resource] :
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Pandey, Girdhar K.
Publisher Springer New York : Imprint: Springer,
Year Published 2015
Call Number QH433
ISBN 9781493922116
Subjects Life sciences. ; Agriculture. ; Cytology. ; Plant anatomy. ; Plant breeding. ; Plant physiology.
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Collation XVIII, 404 p. 35 illus., 29 illus. in color. online resource.
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
Towards understanding abiotic stress signaling in plants: convergence of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics approaches -- Molecular approaches in deciphering abiotic stress signaling mechanisms in plants -- Investigation of plant abiotic stress tolerance by proteomics and phosphoproteomics -- Role of cation/proton exchangers in abiotic stress signaling and stress tolerance in plants -- Decrypting Calcium Signaling in Plants: The Kinase Way -- CBL-mediated calcium signaling pathways in higher plants -- Redox regulated mechanisms: Implications for enhancing plant stress tolerance and crop yield -- Role of Mitogen activated Protein Kinase Cascade in Combating Abiotic Stress in Plants -- Small and large G proteins in biotic and abiotic stress response -- ABA Receptors: Prospects for Enhancing Biotic and Abiotic Stress Tolerance of Crops -- Emerging Roles of Auxin in Abiotic Stress Responses -- Biotic and Abiotic Stress Signaling Mediated by Salicylic Acid -- Methylglyoxal, Triose phosphate isomerase and Glyoxalase pathway: Implications in abiotic stress and signaling in plants -- Plant immunophilins: A protein family with diverse functions beyond protein folding activity -- Role of Plant Mediator Complex in Stress Response -- Towards understanding the transcriptional control of abiotic stress tolerance mechanisms in food legumes -- Insights into the small RNA mediated networks in response to abiotic stress in plants -- The Role of Long Non-coding RNAs in abiotic stress tolerance in plants -- Molecular physiology of heat Stress Responses in Plants -- The Omics of cold stress responses in plants -- Drought stress responses and signal transduction in plants -- Physiological and molecular mechanisms of flooding tolerance in plants -- Salt Adaptation Mechanisms of Halophytes: Improvement of Salt Tolerance in Crop Plants -- UV-B Photoreceptors, their role in photosignaling, physiological responses and abiotic stress in plants -- Analysis of signaling pathways during heavy metal toxicity: A functional genomic perspective -- Nitrogen and Stress -- Signaling pathways in eukaryotic stress, aging and senescence: Common and distinct pathways -- Designing climate smart future crops employing signal transduction components -- Abiotic Stress in Crops: Candidate Genes, Osmolytes, Polyamines and Biotechnological Intervention -- Abiotic stress tolerance and sustainable agriculture: A functional genomic perspective. In this volume, several world leaders in plant biology provide insight into 'Stress Signaling' in plants with a special emphasis on functional genomics aspects. This book utilizes state-of-the-art research in the field of stress mediated signaling to develop a better and holistic understanding of stress perception, its transduction followed by the generation of response. In spite of the advent of different approaches to devise strategies for developing stress tolerant crops towards multiple stress conditions in the field, the success in achieving this goal is still unsatisfactory. Stress tolerance is a very complex process-involving plethora of components starting from stress sensing to generation of final adaptive response. There are several factors, which act as nodes and hubs in the signaling pathways, also serving as master-control switches in regulating a myriad of stress signaling pathways by affecting diverse target genes or gene products to finally bring-about a stress tolerance response. Therefore, in-depth understanding of these master-control switches and key-components in signal transduction pathway will be highly beneficial for designing crop plants tolerant to multiple stresses in the field.