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Improving Crop Resistance to Abiotic Stress

Improving Crop Resistance to Abiotic Stress

Narendra Tuteja (Editor), Sarvajeet S. Gill (Editor), Antonio F. Tiburcio (Editor), Renu Tuteja (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-63294-7

Apr 2013

1534 pages

$520.99

Description

The latest update on improving crop resistance to abiotic stress using the advanced key methods of proteomics, genomics and metabolomics. The wellbalanced
international mix of contributors from industry and academia cover work carried out on individual crop plants, while also including studies of model organisms that can then be applied to specific crop plants
Preface
Foreword (G. S. Khush)
Foreword (H. Hirt)

Genetic modification of crops: Past, present and future (N. V. Fedoroff)

Omics techniques in crop research: An overview (B. Fakrudin, R. Tuberosa and R. K Varshney)
Translational biology approaches to improve abiotic stress tolerance in crops (R. Iannacone, F. Cellini, G. Morelli and I.Ruberti)
Functional genomics of drought tolerance in crops: Engineering transcriptional regulators and pathways (B. Rathinasabapathi)
Transcriptomic and metabolomic approaches to the analysis of plant freezing tolerance and cold acclimation (D. K. Hincha, C. Espinoza and E. Zuther)
Molecular breeding for enhancing abiotic stress tolerance using halophytes (A. Parida, S. George and K. Kavita)

Helicases in improving abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants (N. Tuteja, S. S. Gill and R. Tuteja)

Cotton: genetic improvement for drought stress tolerance - current status and research needs (E. AbouKheir, M. S. Sheshshayee, T. G. Prasad and M. Udayakumar)

Wheat: Functional genomics of abiotic stress tolerance (P. Khurana, H. Chauhan and N. Khurana)
Rice: Genomics-assisted breeding for drought tolerance (P. Vikram, A. Kumar, A. Singh and N. K. Singh)
Maize: Physiological and molecular approaches for improving drought tolerance (I. Singh, T. Nepolean, R. A. Rajendran and M. Shono)

Barley: Omics approaches for abiotic stress tolerance (N. Pecchioni, J. A. Milc, M. Pasquariello and E. Francia)
Sugarcane: Physiological and molecular approaches for improving abiotic stress tolerance and sustaining crop productivity (A. K.Shrivastava and S. Srivastava)
Sunflower: Improving crop productivity and abiotic stress tolerance (C. A. Sala, M. Bulos, E. Altieri and M. L. Ramos)
Sorghum: Improvement of abiotic stress tolerance (M. Dalal*, M. Karthikeyan and V. Chinnusamy)
Brassica crop species: Improving water use efficiency - challenges and opportunities ( C. D. Palmer, W. Keller, J. Singh and R. Datla)
Generation and Scavenging of Reactive Oxygen Species in Plants under Stress (Sarvajeet Singh Gill, Lamabam Peter Singh, Ritu Gill, and Narendra Tuteja)

Understanding the `Commoneome? Operative in Plants in Response to Various Abiotic Stresses (Hemant R Kushwaha, Sneh L Singla-Pareek, Sudhir K Sopory, and Ashwani Pareek)

“However, the collection of case studies occupying volume 2 is unusually large and potentially the most considerable benefit of the book to researchers, teachers or students.”  (Experimental Agriculture, 1 March 2013)