Stress Biology

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Usha Chakraborty, Bishwanath Chakraborty
Alpha Science Int'l Ltd., 2005 - 276 Seiten
Stress Biology discusses the impact of various types of stresses on biological systems with emphasis on crop systems. The Forty six contributions in the book have been divided into two broad sections i.e. Abiotic Stresses and Biotic Stresses. Abiotic Stresses included in the book are: temperature, drought, excess light, salinity, chemicals and pesticides dealing with the mechanisms by which plants, insects, or other organisms cope up with the various stresses and overcome them. Biotic Stresses deal mainly with: fungal and insect attacks on plants and the mechanisms behind the observed resistance / susceptibility of the plants to these attacks. On the whole, the monograph covers all areas of modern research-biochemistry, plant physiology, pathology, molecular biology, microbiology and related areas in studies connected to the interaction of microbes, plants, animals and environment.
 

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Heat Shock Proteins Molecular Chaperones and Stress Response of
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Extending Potato Cultivation to Warmer Regions of Peninsular and Coastal India
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Metallomics Approach for Phytoremediation
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Dynamics of Rhizosphere Microflora in Nutrient Deficient OBD Soil of Eastern
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Alteration of Metabolic Processes in Tea following Abiotic Stresses
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Changes in Pigment Composition and Photosynthetic Activities of Primary
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In Vivo Measurements of Chlorophyll A Fluorescence for Estimation of Water
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Influence of Soil Moisture on Physiobiochemical Parameters Water Use
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Physiological Responses against Salt Stress by Certain Bacteria isolated
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Selection of Salt Tolerant Genotypes in Mulberry with Particular Reference to
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Biochemical Response of Cicer arietinum L and Vigna radiata L Wilczek
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Effect of Pesticides on Growth and Photochemical Activities of Nitrogen Fixing
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Effect of Pesticide Stresses in Relation to Lipid Peroxidation in the Liver of
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Heavy Metal Resistance Pattern of Frankia isolated from SubHimalayan West
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Chemical Manipulation of Seed Viability and Stress Tolerance Capacity of a
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Nutrient NP and K Uptake by Leaf Lamina in Relation to Water Stress in
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