3 edition of Molecular analysis of plant adaptation to the environment found in the catalog.
Molecular analysis of plant adaptation to the environment
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Malcolm J. Hawkesford and Peter Buchner|
|Series||Kluwer handbook series of plant ecophysiology -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Hawkesford, Malcolm J, Buchner, Peter|
|LC Classifications||QK717 .M66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||2001046455|
These challenges reflect the diversity of environmental conditions that can impose drought stress in the field, uncertainty of how component traits can be integrated into whole plant phenotypes to deal effectively with water stress, and the need for interdisciplinary experiments combining molecular biology, quantitative genetics, and Cited by: Proteomes, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, This Special Issue “Proteomics to Unravel Plant Adaptation, Acclimation or Vulnerability to Stress and Diseases” will focus on how plant proteomes evolve and change when plants are subjected to stress or diseases, as a lot has still to be explored on how plants cope with the harsh environment surrounding them.
1. Basic Physiology of Plants 2. Environmental Factors Affecting Plant Physiology 3. Molecular Genetic Approaches to Study and Affect Plant Physiology Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary This chapter is devoted to the various environmental factors affecting plant Size: KB. Abiotic Stress Adaptation in Plants. Physiological, Molecular and Genomic Foundation Ashwani Pareek, Sudhir K. Sopory, Hans J. Bohnert and Govindjee. eds. Springer. £ (hardback). pp. So there is a need to quantify the environmental factor(s) and the plant's responses. The inadequate information about environmental factors in Cited by: 6.
The advent of genomics and other ‘omics’ has stimulated movement towards linking gene function and molecular mechanisms to whole‐plant physiology, ecology and evolution. The impetus for this feature issue was the 12th New Phytologist Symposium, ‘Functional genomics of environmental adaptation in Populus ’ (DiFazio, ); hence Cited by: The molecular genetic basis of plant adaptation Article in American Journal of Botany 93(7) July with 38 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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The aim of this volume is to link the rapidly advancing and increasingly specialist field of molecular biology with plant physiology at the ecosystem level. The book includes chapters focused on some principle methods and a series of up-to-date review chapters on plant adaptation to a variety of specific stresses.
Molecular Analysis of Plant Adaptation to the Environment Volume 1 of Kluwer handbook series of plant ecophysiology Volume 1 of Plant Ecophysiology, ISSN Reviews: 1. Get this from a library. Molecular analysis of plant adaptation to the environment.
[Malcolm J Hawkesford; Peter Buchner;] -- Adverse environmental factors can impose stress on plants and influence the expression of the full genetic potential for growth and reproduction. A goal of the research described in this volume is to. Molecular analysis on plant adaptation to the environment.
[Review of: M.J. Hawkesford, P. Buchner () Plant Science]Author: D.M.E. Bartels, J.A.C. Verkley. A major challenge for biologists is to understand the underlying mechanisms which enable a plant to adapt to its environment and perform optimally in as broad a range of conditions as possible.
A complete understanding is only obtained by the integration of many disciplines of research from ecology to the molecular biology of individual : Malcolm J. Hawkesford. Title: Molecular analysis on plant adaptation to the environment. [Review of: M.J. Hawkesford, P. Buchner () Plant Science] Published in: Plant Science, - Author: D.M.E.
Bartels, J.A.C. Verkley. Plants are forced to adapt for a variety of reasons protection, reproductive viability, and environmental and climatic changes. Computational tools and molecular advances have provided researchers with significant new insights into the molecular basis of plant lar Mechanisms in Plant Adaptationprovides a comprehensive overview of a wide variety of these different mechanisms.
Entdecken Sie "Molecular Analysis of Plant Adaptation to the Environment" von M.J. Hawkesford und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. Adverse environmental factors can impose stress on plants and influence the expression of the full genetic potential for growth and reproduction.
The capability of plants to develop plastic. Molecular Mechanisms in Plant Adaptation opens with a chapter that explores the latest technological advances used in plant adaptation research, providing readers with an overview of high-throughput technologies and their applications.
The chapters that follow cover the latest developments on using natural variation to dissect genetic, epigenetic and metabolic responses of plant adaptation. Introduction: The Molecular Analysis of Plant Adaptation to the Environment -- 2.
Genetic Dissection of Plant Stress Responses -- 3. Differential Cloning -- 4. Application of Genomics in Agriculture -- 5. Quantitative Trait Loci (QTLS) for Analysis of Physiological and Biochemical Responses to.
Molecular Mechanisms in Plant Adaptation opens with a chapter that explores the latest technological advances used in plant adaptation research, providing readers with an overview of high-throughput technologies and their cturer: Wiley-Blackwell.
Over the past decade, our understanding of plant adaptation to environmental stress has grown considerably. This book focuses on stress caused by the inanimate components of the environment associated with climatic, edaphic and physiographic factors that substantially limit plant growth and survival.
The study of the molecular and physiological adaptations associated with the origin of land plants is a relatively new field (Graham, ; Graham and Wilcox, ; Raven, ).
However a greater awareness of the importance of this field and the availability of genomic data and tools has helped to stimulate more research in this by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Plant Ecophysiology Ser.: Molecular Analysis of Plant Adaptation to the Environment (Trade Cloth) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Tolerance to these various stresses is based in part on shared adaptive traits and, consequently, cross-adaptation to environmental stresses is a key aspect of plant adaptation to cold. Increasing evidence of multiple functions for stress-induced proteins in overwintering plants confirms the need for a global approach in the analysis of Cited by: The book is divided into four parts and contains altogether 23 chapters.
the large amount of information contained in this book should be of interest for plant physiologists, stress physiologists, and molecular plant biologists, both researchers and students.” (J.
Nauš, Photosynthetica, Vol. 48 (3), ). The Plant Cell, Vol. 7, 11 1, July 0 American Society of Plant Physiologists Adaptations to Environmental Stresses Hans J. Bohnert,a~b~C9' Donald E. Nelson,a and Richard G. Jensenayb a Department of Biochemistry, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Department of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Cited by: 2: Understanding Plant Adaptation to Achieve Systematic Applied Crop Improvement – A Fundamental Challenge 3: Research Approaches for Variable Rainfed Systems – Thinking Globally, Acting Locally Section 2: Analysis of Genotype by Environment Interactions.
Molecular adaptation and the origin of land plants Elizabeth R. Waters Department of Biology, San Diego State University, Campanile Dr., San Diego, CAUSAAuthor: Elizabeth Waters.
PLANT BIOLOGY Non Technical Summary The long-term goal of this proposal is to better understand the molecular basis of circadian rhythms in plants and how these daily rhythms affect plant physiology by enabling the plant to anticipate and react to daily and seasonal changes in the environment.
Plant adaptation to environmental stresses, both abiotic (e.g., drought, salinity, and temperature extremes) and biotic (e.g., bacterial, fungal, and viral diseases, and insect and other pests), is controlled by cascades of genes and molecular networks.
These activate numerous stress responsive mechanisms necessary to re-establish homeostasis and to protect and repair damaged proteins and membranes.The influence of climate change on plants may be from cellular to the molecular level. Subsequently, the existing literature on the plant’s response to different environmental stresses is diverse.
In view of the future impacts of climate change, understanding the response of plants becomes critical in developing strategies to cope with the. Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are key macronutrients sustaining plant growth and crop yield and ensuring food security worldwide.
Understanding how plants perceive and interpret the combinatorial nature of these signals thus has important agricultural implications within the context of (1) increased food demand, (2) limited P supply, and (3) environmental pollution due to N fertilizer by: