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Global Climate Change and Plant Stress Management

By: Mohammad Wahid Ansari(Editor), Anil Kumar Singh(Editor), Narendra Tuteja(Editor), Govindjee Govindjee(Foreword By)
431 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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About this book

Understand the impact of climate change on plant growth with this timely introduction.

Climate change has had unprecedented consequences for plant metabolism and plant growth. In botany, adverse effects of this kind are called plant stress conditions; in recent years, the plant stress conditions generated by climate change have been the subject of considerable study. Plants have exhibited increased photosynthesis, increased water requirements, and more. There is an urgent need to understand and address these changes as we adapt to drastic changes in the global climate.

Global Climate Change and Plant Stress Management presents a comprehensive guide to the effects of global climate change on plants and plant metabolism. It introduces and describes each climate change-related condition and its components, offering a detailed analysis of the resulting stress conditions, the environmental factors which ameliorate or exacerbate them, and possible solutions. The result is a thorough, rigorous introduction to this critical subject for the future of our biome.

Readers will also find:
- Analysis of global climate change impact on various agricultural practices
- Socio-economic consequences of climate change and plant stress conditions, and possible solutions
- Strategies for sustainable agriculture

Global Climate Change and Plant Stress Management is essential for researchers, scientists, and industry professionals working in the life sciences, as well as for advanced graduate students.

Contents

List of Contributors   xvii
Foreword   xxiii
Preface   xxv
Author Biographies   xxvii

Part 1 Views and Visions   1
1. Boosting Resilience of Global Crop Production Through Sustainable Stress Management / Rajeev K. Varshney and Abhishek Bohra   3
2. Sustaining Food Security Under Changing Stress Environment / Sudhir K. Sopory   7
3. Crop Improvement Under Climate Change / Shivendra Bajaj and Ratna Kumria   9
4. Reactive Nitrogen in Climate Change, Crop Stress, and Sustainable Agriculture: A Personal Journey / Nandula Raghuram   13

Part 2 Climate Change: Global Impact   23
5. Climate-Resilient Crops for CO2 Rich-Warmer Environment: Opportunities and Challenges / Sayanta Kundu, Sudeshna Das, Satish K. Singh, Ratnesh K. Jha, and Rajeev Nayan Bahuguna   25
6. Potential Push of Climate Change on Crop Production, Crop Adaptation, and Possible Strategies to Mitigate This / Narendra Kumar and SM Paul Khurana   35
7. Agrifood and Climate Change: Impact, Mitigation, and Adaptation Strategies / Sudarshna Kumari and Gurdeep Bains   53
8. Dynamic Photosynthetic Apparatus in Plants Combats Climate Change / Ramwant Gupta and Ravinesh Rohit Prasad   65
9. CRISPR/Cas Enables the Remodeling of Crops for Sustainable Climate-Smart Agriculture and Nutritional Security / Tanushri Kaul, Rachana Verma, Sonia Khan Sony, Jyotsna Bharti, Khaled Fathy Abdel Motelb, Arul Prakash Thangaraj, Rashmi Kaul, Mamta Nehra, and Murugesh Eswaran   71

Part 3 Socioeconomic Aspects of Climate Change   113
10. Perspective of Evolution of the C4 Plants to Develop Climate Designer C 4 Rice as a Strategy for Abiotic Stress Management / Shuvobrata Majumder, Karabi Datta, and Swapan K. Datta   115
11. Role of Legume Genetic Resources in Climate Resilience / Ruchi Bansal, Swati Priya, and H. K. Dikshit   125
12. Oxygenic Photosynthesis - a Major Driver of Climate Change and Stress Tolerance / Baishnab C. Tripathy   141
13. Expand the Survival Limits of Crop Plants Under Cold Climate Region / Bhuvnesh Sareen and Rohit Joshi   161
14. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) and Climate-Smart Agriculture: Prospects and Challenges / Sharma Deepika, Vikrant Goswami, and David Kothamasi   175

Part 4 Plant Stress Under Climate Change: Molecular Insights   201
15. Plant Stress and Climate Change: Molecular Insight / Anamika Roy , Mamun Mandal, Ganesh Kumar Agrawal, Randeep Rakwal, and Abhijit Sarkar   203
16. Developing Stress-Tolerant Plants: Role of Small GTP Binding Proteins (RAB and RAN) / Manas K. Tripathy and Sudhir K. Sopory   229
17. Biotechnological Strategies to Generate Climate-Smart Crops: Recent Advances and Way Forward / Jyoti Maurya, Roshan Kumar Singh, and Manoj Prasad   241
18. Receptor-Like Kinases and ROS Signaling: Critical Arms of Plant Response to Stress / Samir Sharma   263
19. Phytohormones as a Novel Weapon in Management of Plant Stress Against Biotic Agents / Rewaj Subba, Swarnendu Roy, and Piyush Mathur   277
20. Recent Perspectives of Drought Tolerance Traits: Physiology and Biochemistry / Priya Yadav, Mohammad Wahid Ansari, Narendra Tuteja, and Moaed Al Meselmani   287
21. Understanding the Role of Key Transcription Factors in Regulating Salinity Tolerance in Plants / Sahana Basu and Gautam Kumar   299

Part 5 Stress Management Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture   317
22. Seed Quality Assessment and Improvement Between Advancing Agriculture and Changing Environments / Andrea Pagano, Paola Pagano, Conrado Duenas, Adriano Griffo, Shraddha Shridhar Gaonkar, Francesca Messina, Alma Balestrazzi, and Anca Macovei   319
23. CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Editing and Plant Stress Management / Isorchand Chongtham and Priya Yadav   335
24. Ethylene Mediates Plant-Beneficial Fungi Interaction That Leads to Increased Nutrient Uptake, Improved Physiological Attributes, and Enhanced Plant Tolerance Under Salinity Stress / Priya Yadav, Mohammad Wahid Ansari, Narendra Tuteja, and Ratnum K. Wattal   361
25. Role of Chemical Additives in Plant Salinity Stress Mitigation / Priya Yadav, Mohammad Wahid Ansari, and Narendra Tuteja   371
26. Role of Secondary Metabolites in Stress Management Under Changing Climate Conditions / Priya Yadav and Zahid Hameed Siddiqui   383
27. Osmolytes: Efficient Oxidative Stress-Busters in Plants / Naser A. Anjum, Palaniswamy Thangavel, Faisal Rasheed, Asim Masood, Hadi Pirasteh-Anosheh, and Nafees A. Khan   399

Index   411

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Biography

Mohammad Wahid Ansari is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany, at Zakir Hussain Delhi College, University of Delhi, India. He has researched and published widely on plant biology and stress tolerance.

Anil Kumar Singh is a Principal Scientist at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research-National Institute for Plant Biotechnology, New Delhi, India. He has researched extensively into plant adaptations and environmental responses, as well as plant stress tolerance and related subjects.

Narendra Tuteja is a Visiting Scientist at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi, India. He has published extensively on plant stress tolerance, mango malformation and related subjects.

By: Mohammad Wahid Ansari(Editor), Anil Kumar Singh(Editor), Narendra Tuteja(Editor), Govindjee Govindjee(Foreword By)
431 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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