Microbial Management of Plant Stresses: Current Trends, Application and Challenges explores plant microbiota including isolated microbial communities that have been used to study the functional capacities, ecological structure and dynamics of the plant-microbe interaction with focus on agricultural crops. Presenting multiple examples and evidence of the potential genetic flexibility of microbial systems to counteract the climate induced stresses associated with their host as a part of indigenous system, this book presents strategies and approaches for improvement of microbiome.
As climate changes have altered the global carbon cycling and ecological dynamics, the regular and periodic occurrences of severe salinity, drought, and heat stresses across the different regimes of the agro-ecological zones have put additional constraints on agricultural ecosystem to produce efficient foods and other derived products for rapidly growing world population through low cost and sustainable technology. Furthermore chemical amendments, agricultural inputs and other innovative technologies although may have fast results with fruitful effects for enhancing crop productivity but also have other ecological drawbacks and environmental issues and offer limited use opportunities.
Microbial formulations and/or microbial consortia deploying two or multiple partners have been frequently used for mitigation of various stresses, however, field success is often variable and improvement Smart, knowledge-driven selection of microorganisms is needed as well as the use of suitable delivery approaches and formulations.
Microbial Management of Plant Stresses: Current Trends, Application and Challenges presents the functional potential of plant microbiota to address current challenges in crop production addressing this urgent need to bring microbial innovations into practice.
1. Facultative Fungal Endophytes and its potential for the development of sustainable agriculture
2. Microbial Behaviour and Response towards Salinity Stresses and Plants Productivity
3. The paradoxical role of sulfur bacteria on the thermodynamic maintenance of aquatic ecosystems
4. Bacterial alleviation of Draught stress in plants: Potential mechanism and challenges
5. A Nano-AGRO formulation strategy: combatting plant stresses via linking agri -sustainability and environmental safety
6. The new green revolution and rhizobacterial volatile organic compounds recent progress and future prospects
7. Molecular Mechanism and Signaling Pathways Interplay between Plant Hormones during Plant-microbe crosstalk
8. Omics and approaches in plant stress management
9. Root endophyte and their contribution towards plant abiotic stress mangement
10. Deciphering fungal endophytes combating abiotic stresses in crop plants
11. Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds : A cleaner and greener way of agro-stress management
12. Advances in sensing plant disease by imaging and machine learning methods for precision crop protection
13. Microbial mitigation of Drought Stresses: Potential Mechanisms and Challenges
14. Bioinformatics role in Studying Microbe mediated biotic and abiotic stress tolerance
15. RHIZOBIUM: Eco-Friendly Microbes for Global Food Security
16. Impact of abiotic stress on the growth and development of plant roots
17. Microbial Management of Crop Abiotic Stresses: Current Trends and Prospects