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Abiotic Stresses in Plants

Edited By: Luigi Sanità di Toppi and Barbara Pawlik-Skowtoska
256 pages, Figs, tabs
Abiotic Stresses in Plants
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  • Abiotic Stresses in Plants ISBN: 9781402016486 Hardback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Provides an invaluable insight into how the area of plant adaptation to abiotic stresses has progressed through the application of the new technologies. The topics, addressed in up-to-date specific chapters, include effects and responses of plants to stresses caused by such factors as high temperature; low temperature (chilling and freezing); salt; drought; flooding; heavy metals; elevated carbon dioxide and ozone.


Preface.- Contributors.- Acknowledgements.- 1. Plant Tolerance to Heat Stress: Current Strategies and New Emergent Insight.- 2. Chilling and Freezing Stresses in Plants Cellular Responses and Molecular Strategies for Adaptation.- 3. Salt Tolerance: Placing Advances in Molecular Genetics into a Physiological and Agronomic Context.- 4. Unravelling the Genetic Basis of Drought Tolerance in Crops.- 5. Anoxia: The Role of Carbohydrates in Cereal Germination.- 6. Response to Heavy Metals in Plants: a Molecular Approach.- 7. Plant Response to Elevated Carbon Dioxide.- 8. Ozone: a Novel Plant "Pathogen".- Subject index.

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Edited By: Luigi Sanità di Toppi and Barbara Pawlik-Skowtoska
256 pages, Figs, tabs
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