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Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants

edited by M. Prakash and K. Balakrishnan

ISBN 10: 938122692X / ISBN 13: 9789381226926
Published by Satish Serial Publishing House, 2014
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Contents: Preface. 1. Moelcular genetic approaches for improvement of drought tolerance in rice/Monika Dalal and Viswanathan Chinnusamy. 2. Global warming on photosynthesis and crop productivity/K. Balakrishnan and R. Balasubramaniam. 3. Castor with relation to abiotic stress and recent molecular advances in downstream plant responses/M.K. Kalarani, P. Kalaiselvi, S.R. Venkatachalam, A. Senthil and V. Palanisamy. 4. Breeding of mungbean vigna radiata L. Wilczek for environmental stress tolerance under natural saline conditions/B. Sunil Kumar, M. Prakash and B. Muthuselvan. 5. Climate mitigation strategies in seed pre-sowing techniques/K. Sivasubramaniam, K. Sujatha, K. Selvarani, K. Balakrishnan and V. Vijayalakshmi. 6. Effects of abiotic factors against storage pests of rice/P. Yasodha, T. Pandiarajan, P. Masilamani and A. Tajuddin. 7. Seed quality and abiotic factors affecting seed quality/K. Sasikala and R. Amutha. 8. Mulching for drought management/R. Balasubramanian and K. Balakrishnan. 9. Correlation and causation studies in segregating populations of rice (Oryza sativa L.) under aerobic condition/M. Prakash and A. Anandan. 10. Breeding for drought tolerance: looking back the pathway/S. Laskshmi Narayanan, S.M. Ibrahim and K. Balakrishnan . Stress environment is one of the major limiting factors for the crop productivity. Stress can be classified into biotic and abiotic according to the nature of the responsible factor. Abiotic stress refers to the stress caused by water, salt, oxygen, CO2 light temperature, nutrients etc. About 10% of the arable land of the world alone are categorized as free of abiotic stresses. The remaining include 20% under some kind of mineral stress, 26% affected by drought stress, 15% by freezing stress and the remaining area under other type of stresses. Extensive information on various aspects of abiotic stresses has been generated in the recent past. However this information remains scattered. Hence an attempt has been made to bring an exhaustive collection of various stresses among different crops. Bookseller Inventory # 112977

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Title: Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants

Publisher: Satish Serial Publishing House

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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Edition: 1st Edition

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