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santoyo gustavo (curatore); kumar ajay (curatore); aamir mohd (curatore); sivakumar utandhi (curatore) - mitigation of plant abiotic stress by microorganisms

Mitigation of Plant Abiotic Stress by Microorganisms Applicability and Future Directions

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 05/2022

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The microbial ecosystem provides an indigenous system for improving plant growth, health and stress resilience. Plant microbiota, including isolated microbial communities, have been studied to further understand the functional capacities, ecological structure and dynamics of the plant-microbe interaction. Due to climatic changes, there is an urgent need to bring microbial innovations into practice.

Mitigation of Plant Abiotic Stress by Microorganisms: Applicability and Future Directions is a comprehensive review of the different strategies available to improve the plant microbiome. Chapters include key topics such as: harnessing endophytic microbial diversity, microbial genes for improving abiotic stress tolerance, and microbial bioformulations. Putting these strategies into practice can have varying success in the field, so it is crucial that scientists are equipped with the knowledge of which microorganisms are needed, as well as the use and suitability of delivery approaches and formulations.

This title will be an essential read for researchers and students interested in plant microbial technologies and plant bio stimulants, plant pathology, biocontrol, agronomy, and environmental mediation.

  • Discusses adaptive mechanisms of plant against multiple stresses
  • Highlights diversity of symbiotic microorganisms associated with insects and their impact on host plants
  • Provides functional genomics tools for studying microbe-mediated stress tolerance


1. Abiotic Stress and Plant Response: Adaptive Mechanisms of Plants Against Multiple Stresses 2. Plant Microbiome: Modulation of Plant Defense and Ecological Dynamics Under Stressed Environment 3. The role of ACC deaminase and Trehalose as bacterial mechanism to increase salt and draught tolerance in plants 4. Endophytic microbes approaches in abiotic stress management 5. Microbial elicitors: A positive or negative modulator of plant defense 6. Microbial Behaviour, responses towards salinity stresses, mechanism of microbe mediated remediation for sustainable crop production 7. Microbe mediated alleviation of Heat Stress in Plant: Current Trends and Applications 8. Harnessing Endophytic Microbial Diversity for Stress Alleviation: Current Perspectives for Crop Improvement 9. Microbial Consortia Development for Abiotic Stress Tolerance: Potential Advantages, Applicability and Future Directions 10. Molecular Events and Defense Mechanism against Abiotic stresses at Pre stage Bio-primed Condition: A Biocontrol Perspectives 11. Microbial genes for improving abiotic stress tolerance: Transgenic Approaches for Stress Tolerance 12. Functional Genomics Tools for Studying Microbe mediated Stress Tolerance 13. Microbial Bioformulations and nano formulations for Crop Improvement 14. Role of Microbes in Plant Health, Disease Management, and Abiotic Stress Management 15. Soil Salinization and bioremediation using halophiles and halotolerant micro-organisms 16. Beneficial microbes in Plant growth promotion and Stress Management 17. Phytohormone modulation imparting moisture deficit stress tolerance in plants 18. An insight on nanofoulatiom of beneficial microorganisms for the crop plants under stress 19. How bacteria enhance salt tolerance in plants: OMIC and molecular studies 20. Abiotic stress mediated modulation of chromatin landscape in Arabidopsis thaliana 21. Microbial Management of Crop Abiotic Stress: Current Trends and Prospects 22. Relevance of Harnessing Microbial Diversity for Stress Alleviation in Changing Climatic Scenario


Dr. Gustavo Santoyo is a Professor at the Institute of Chemical Biological Research (IIQB) of the Michoacan University of San Nicolás de Hidalgo (UMSNH). He obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the UMSNH, a Doctorate from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and also did a postdoctoral work at the Center for Cancer Research, National Institutes of Health, in Maryland, United States. He has been a Visiting Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada. He has directed various Bachelor, Master and Doctorate theses. His research involves the study of the genomic diversity of plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB), as well as their biocontrol mechanisms and plant-bacteria interaction, and has published 55 research articles in JCR journals. Dr. Santoyo has Edited two books about PGPB and currently serves as Associate Editor in the Journals Microbiological Research and Frontiers in Microbiology.
Dr. Ajay Kumar is a visiting scientist at the Agriculture Research Organization, Volcani center, Rishon Leziyon, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural development Israel. He has published extensively in leading International and National journals or books. He has wide area of research experience, especially in the field of Plant-Microbe Interactions, Microbial biocontrol, and Endophytes related with the medicinal plants, Postharvest management of fruits. Dr. Kumar has published more than 165 research articles including review papers/book chapters/ books in the leading international journals. He is serving as special issue editors in some journals like "Frontiers in Microbiology, Microorganism etc. In addition also acting as reviewer in some leading journals like Frontiers group, PLOS ONE, Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Biological Control, Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 3Biotech etc. Dr, Kumar has edited several books with leading publishers including Elsevier, Springer, and Taylor and Francis.
Dr. Mohd Aamir is currently working as research fellow at the Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi, India. Dr. Aamir completed his doctoral research from Department of Botany, Banaras Hindu University, India in 2018. He has immense interest in molecular plant-microbe interaction, stress physiology and also has expertise in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. His research work is focused on molecular aspects of plant-pathogen interaction, and other innovative approaches to control plant diseases including (Bio-control aspects of microbes) and analyzing the molecular networks involved in plant disease signaling using the computation tools and techniques.
Dr. Utandhi Sivakumar is Professor of Agricultural Microbiology in Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), India. He received his basic, masters, and doctorate degrees from TNAU and gained Post-Doctoral experience at University of Florida, USA. He was Dean of School of Post Graduate Studies, TNAU.. He has previously been Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Florida, USA. He is now serving as Visiting Adjunct Professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan. With 25 years of teaching and research experience, he has about 107 research articles and obtained several recognitions in his academic and professional career, which include 9 awards, 3 fellowships and 4 patents (One -US and 2-Indian). He has authored more than 20 books and written 15 book chapters and is currently serving as a Chief Editor of 107 years old Madras Agricultural Journal. He has established international collaboration with Universities of Warwick, University of Wageningen, University of Florida, University of Tokyo, and Boreskow Institute of Catalysis, Russia.

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Dimensioni: 229 x 152 mm
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 412

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