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Stress Biology of Cyanobacteria Molecular Mechanisms to Cellular Responses

By: Ashish Kumar Srivastava(Editor), Amar Nath Rai(Editor), Brett A Neilan(Editor)
375 pages, 16 plates with colour photos and colour illustrations; 99 b/w illustrations, 30 tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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Stress Biology of Cyanobacteria: Molecular Mechanisms to Cellular Responses is a compilation of holistic responses of cyanobacteria ranging from ecology and physiology to modem aspects of molecular biology and biochemistry. It presents research in cyanobacterial stress biologies, from classical to the most modern, and provides a holistic view of cyanobacterial bioenergetics under different abiotic stresses.

Authors focus on topics ranging from evolution, ecophysiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology and discuss genomics and proteomics of cyanobacteria under abiotic stresses. Written by a team of global experts from 12 countries, Stress Biology of Cyanobacteria: Molecular Mechanisms to Cellular Responses was created for phycologists, marine biologists, chemists, limnologists, botanists, and students of related fields.

Contents

Light Emission by Cyanobacteria; Govindjee

GENOMICS, BIOENERGETICS AND STRESS TOLERANCE
Physiological and molecular adaptation of cyanobacteria in symbiosis; Rai
The living cell, the cyanobacteria, the shaping of our blue planet earth as mirrored by the three bioenegetic processes combined in a cyanobacterial cell; Peschek
Genetic variation within cyanobacteria: a cautionary tale; Hayes
Ecophysiologies of heterocystous and non-heterocystous cyanobacteria during N2 fixation; Stal
Adaptation of cyanobacteria to antropogenic and natural stress: the role played by spontaneous mutation; Lopez-Rodas

BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF STRESS RESPONSE
Abiotic stress- induced changes in cyanobacteria: A proteomics and transcriptomic analysis; Rai
Molecular chaperons and stress tolerance in cyanobacteria; Nakamoto
Heat stress management in Synechocystis PCC 6803: the interplay between membranes and stress protein molecular chaperones; Glatz, Vigh, and Horvath
Molecular mechanisms of UV -B stress responses and mitigation strategies in cyanobacteria; Sinha, Richa, Rastogi, and Hader
Zinc homeostasis in cyanobacteria: Physiology to molecular biology; Hudek, Michalczyk, Neilan, and Ackland
A global understanding of light stress in cyanobacteria: Environmental and bioproducts perspectives; Write
Cyanobacterial response to salt stress: A ecophysiological and molecular assessment; Srivastava
Oxidative stress in the Omics era; Cameron and Pakrasi

STRESS SIGNALING AND REGULATION
Cyanobacterial salt stress: genetic manipulation and regulation; Hagemann
Sensing and molecular response of Synechocystis to low temperature stress; Prakash
Molecular insight of regulatory mechanisms of cyanobacteria in response to osmotic stress; Incharoensakdi and Waditee

CYANOBACTERIAL STRESS RESPONSE, TOXINS AND ECOSYSTEM
Production of microcystins in semiarid areas: Allelopathic effects and biodiversity; Sanjurjo
Photobioreactors to control and monitor the stress response of cyanobacteria; Nedbal
Cyanobacterial microcystins: The current status in changing environment; Kumar
State shift in cyanobacteria: Looking for possible stress signatures in state shift; Mohanty, Sreedhar, Mishra, and Rajagopal

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Biography

Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava, MNASc, is Assistant Professor in Environmental Sciences at the Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. Amar Nath Rai is Vice-Chancellor at North-Eastern Hill University in Shillomg, India.

By: Ashish Kumar Srivastava(Editor), Amar Nath Rai(Editor), Brett A Neilan(Editor)
375 pages, 16 plates with colour photos and colour illustrations; 99 b/w illustrations, 30 tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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