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Regulation of Metal Stress Toxicity in Plants by Nitric Oxide

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 03/2023





Note Editore

Regulation of Metal Stress Toxicity in Plants by Nitric Oxide examines the role of nitric oxide in regulating plant responses to metal toxicity. With a focus on regulation and signaling, this title analyzes how each key step of the plant lifecycle is affected. Recent studies have demonstrated the role of NO in regulating seed germination, nodule formation and nitrogen fixation, reactive oxygen species, Ca and hormone signaling, and their subsequent impacts on plant development under stressed and non-stressed conditions. As further roles of NO are emerging day-by-day in plant developmental processes, this book is a comprehensive source on the latest research.

Metals such as cadmium, arsenic and aluminum are discussed in detail in this book, along with topics such as endogenous NO, exogenous NO, post-translational modifications and crosstalk with other signaling molecules. This title will be an essential read for researchers and students interested in plant biology, particularly plant signaling and regulation.



  • Reviews how toxic metals are accumulated inside the plant and how this affects physiological responses
  • Provides the latest research on nitric oxide and how it regulates metal toxicity
  • Presents the first volume in the newly launched Plant Gasotransmitters series




Sommario

1. Sources of endogenous NO in plants 2. NO homeostasis in plants 3. Implication of endogenous NO in regulating Cd toxicity 4. Implication of endogenous NO in regulating As toxicity 5. Implication of endogenous NO in regulating Al toxicity 6. Exogenous application of NO and Cd stress tolerance 7. Exogenous application of NO and As stress tolerance 8. Exogenous application of NO and Al stress tolerance 9. NO and regulation of Cr stress in plants 10. NO and regulation of Pb stress in plants 11. NO and regulation of Fe stress in plants 12. NO and regulation of Zn stress in plants 13. Post translational modifications and metal stress tolerance in plants 14. NO signalling under Cd toxicity 15. NO signalling under Al toxicity 16. NO signalling under As toxicity 17. NO signalling under Zn toxicity 18. NO signalling under Fe toxicity 19. Adventitious root formation and NO signalling under metal stress 20. Crosstalk of NO with other signalling molecules under metal stress 21. Biotechnological attributes of NO for relieving metal toxicity





Autore

Dr. Nafees A. Khan, Professor of Plant Physiology and Chairman, Botany Department, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh is an authority on phytohormonal regulation of growth and augmentation of productivity of edible oil and seed legume crops. His work on amelioration of carbon assimilation and partitioning under various regimes and underlying their biochemical mechanisms has established him as a globally prudent researcher and excellent teacher. Dr Khan has received several accolades; notable among them are SERC Visiting Fellowship, Distinguished Scientist Award, UGC Mid-Career Award, etc.

He has published 170 research papers/ review articles/ book chapters with a very high global citation (Cumulative citation 11725, h-index 50, i10 index 212), edited 16 books Dr. Khan has also guided 18 doctorate students on various physio-biochemical aspects of phytohormones, especially ethylene.










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780323855891

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Plant Gasotransmitters
Dimensioni: 229 x 152 mm
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 350


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