Stress Signaling in Plants: Genomics and Proteomics Perspective, Volume 2

Stress Signaling in Plants: Genomics and Proteomics Perspective, Volume 2

Ibrahim, M.; Abdin, M. Z.; Ahmad, Altaf; Sarwat, Maryam

Springer International Publishing AG






15 a 20 dias

Versão ebook 139,99 €

This two-volume set takes an in-depth look at stress signaling in plants from a uniquely genomic and proteomic perspective and offers a comprehensive treatise that covers all of the signaling pathways and mechanisms that have been researched so far.
Physiological, Metabolic and Molecular Responses of Plants to Abiotic Stress.- Molecular Network of Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids (MIAs) Signaling In Plants With Reference To Catharanthus Roseus (L.) G. Don.- Glutamate Receptor Like Ion Channels in Arabidopsis Thaliana.- Phosphate Signalling in Plants - Biochemical and Molecular Approach.- Glycine Betaine Mediated Abiotic Oxidative Stress Tolerance in Plants: Possible Physiological and Biochemical Mechanisms.- Role of Plant Calreticulins in Abiotic Stress Signalling.- DNA Damage, Signaling, and Repair Mechanisms under Genotoxic Stress in Plants.- Plant Responses to Salinity Through an Antioxidative Metabolism and Proteomic Point of View.- Tolerance Response Mechanisms to Iron Deficiency Stress In Citrus Plants.- Brassinosteroids: Physiological Roles And Its Signalling in Plants.- Trehalose: Metabolism and role in stress signaling in plants.- The Role of Ethylene and Other Signals in the Regulation of Fe Deficiency Responses by Dicot Plants.- Leaf Senescence in Plants: Nutrient Remobilization and Gene Regulation.- Role of Phytohormones and miRNAs in Nitrogen and Sulphur Deficiency Stress Signaling in Plants.
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