Abiotic And Biotic Stress Management In Plants: Volume One  Abiotic Stress

Abiotic And Biotic Stress Management In Plants: Volume One Abiotic Stress

B K Sinha
1996 2495 (20% off)
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Contents: 1. Cell Signaling in Plants During Abiotic and Biotic Stress by Bhav Kumar Sinha, Reena and Gurdev Chand 2. Salinity Stress Induced Metabolic Changes and its Management by allikarjun Awati and S. M. Prasanna 3. High Temperature Stress: Responses, Mechanism and Management by Gurdev Chand, Bhav Kumar Sinha, Magdeshwar Sharma and Sapalika Dogra 4. Low Temperature Stress Induced Changes in Plants and Their Management by Ashok, Shantappa, T., Vithal Navi , Ratnakar M. Shet Shivanand Hongal and Athani, S.I. 5. Biotechnological Approaches to Improve Abiotic Stress Tolerance-I by Asha Rani, Monika, Jyoti Taunk, Neelam R Yadav and Ram C. Yadav 6. Biotechnological Approaches to Improve Abiotic Stress Tolerance-II by Naveen Kumar and Renu Munjal 7. Nutritional Poverty in Wheat Under Abiotic Stress Scenario by Naveen Kumar and Renu Munjal 8. Strategies for Improving Soil Health Under Current Climate Change Scenario by Pradeep K. Rai, G.K. Rai, Bhav Kumar Sinha and Reena 9. Abiotic Stress Management in Pulse Crops by Madhuri Gupta, Pankaj Kumar, Jitender Singh Shivani Khanna and Mini Sharma 10. Mitigation Strategies of Abiotic Stress in Fruit Crops by Parshant Bakshi, Amit Jasrotia and V.K. Wali 11. Impact of Abiotic Stress on Vegetable Crops and its Possible Management by V C Dhyani and S K Maurya 12. Abiotic Stress: Impact and Management in Ornamental Crops by Nomita Laishram and Arvinder Singh This book deals with an array of topics in the broad area of abiotic stress responses in plants focusing “problems and their management” by selecting some of the widely investigated themes. Such as, Cell signalling in Plants during abiotic and biotic stress, Salinity stress induced metabolic changes and its management, High temperature stress: responses, mechanism and management, Low temperature stress induced changes in plants and their management, Biotechnological approaches to improve abiotic stress tolerance, Nutritional poverty in wheat under abiotic stress scenario, Strategies for improving soil health under current climate change scenario, Abiotic stress management in Pulse crops, Mitigation strategies of abiotic stress in fruit crops, Impacts of abiotic stress and possible management option in vegetable crops, and Abiotic stress: impact and management in ornamental crops. This book is useful for under-graduate and post-graduate students in Plant Physiology, Biochemistry, agronomy, horticulture, Botany, Environmental sciences and other cognate disciplines of agriculture and allied sciences and other research workers. We fervently believe that this book will provide good information and understanding of abiotic stress problems and their management in plants.