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Stomata Regulation and Water Use Efficiency in Plants under Saline Soil Conditions

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 05/2022

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Advances in Botanical Research, Volume 103 provides a timely and comprehensive update on the current knowledge of stomata development and operation in salt-grown plants. The range of topics covered includes evolution of stomata for adaptation to saline conditions, comparative analysis of proteomic, transcriptomic and metabolomic profiles of stomata guard cells between halophytes and glycophyte species and their reprogramming under salt stress, the molecular nature of the signals that control stomata aperture and their integration at the cellular and whole-plant level, and ecophysiological aspects of stomata operation in crop and halophytes species.

  • Written by leading international experts in the field
  • Provides a comprehensive update on several hot topics in one volume
  • Integrates information at various levels of plant functional organization, from molecular to whole-plant level



Sergey Shabala

1. Stomatal regulation and adaptation to salinity in glycophytes and halophytes

Guang Chen, Hanna Amoanimaa-Dede, Fanrong Zeng, Fenglin Deng, Shengchun Xu and Zhong-Hua Chen

2. Water use efficiency in mangroves: Conservation of water use efficiency determined by stomatal behavior across leaves, plants, and forests

Jie Liang, Graham D. Farquhar and Marilyn C. Ball

3. Salty or sweet? Guard cell signaling and osmotic control under saline conditions

Yotam Zait and Sarah M. Assmann

4. Modulation of abscisic acid signaling for stomatal operation under salt stress conditions

Jong-Joo Cheong

5. Impact of nutritional imbalance on guard cell metabolism and stomata regulation under saline hyperosmotic conditions

Christian Zörb, Bastian L. Franzisky, Patrick P. Lehr, Robin Kosch, Michael Altenbuchinger and Christoph-Martin Geilfus

6. Stomata under salt stress: What can mechanistic modeling tell us?

Nguyen B. A. Thu, Anna Amtmann, Michael R. Blatt and Thanh-Hao Nguyen

7. Signaling molecules and transcriptional reprogramming for stomata operation under salt stress

Jahanzeb Jafar, Heba Hassan, Sergey Shabala and Bo Ouyang

8. Root-borne signals and their control of guard cell operation under saline conditions: The role of root signals in stomata regulation

Mengliang Niu, Zhilong Bie and Yuan Huang

9. Salinity and night-time transpiration under current climate scenarios

Wieland Fricke

10. Application of omics technologies in single-type guard cell studies for understanding the mechanistic basis of plant adaptation to saline conditions

Fatemeh Rasouli, Ali Kiani-Pouya, Yuan Wang, Ali Movahedi, Min Yu, Ayesha Tahir and Sergey Shabala


Sergey Shabala is a Professor in Plant Physiology and a Head of the Stress Physiology Laboratory at the University of Tasmania; he also holds a title of a Distinguished Professor and a Director of the International Research Centre for Environmental Membrane Biology at Foshan University in China. His area of expertise is plant stress physiology and mechanisms of their adaptation to harsh environmental conditions such as drought, salinity, waterlogging, extreme temperatures, and soil acidity. Over his research career, Sergey has published over 350 peer-reviewed papers and successfully supervised to completion 42 PhD students. He is an ISI Highly Cited researcher for the last five consecutive years and in 2019 was ranked as most cited researcher in the field of Botany in the world. His H-index is 90, and his work has been cited over 27,000 times. He is a current Editor in Chief for Functional Plant Biology and a member of editorial boards of 10 international journals. He is a former president of the Australian Society of Plant Scientists and holds a title of the Visiting or Distinguished Professor in several overseas universities.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Advances in Botanical Research
Dimensioni: 229 x 152 mm
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 284

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