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Abiotic Stress in Plants - Mechanisms and Adaptations

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Academic Editor

Arun Shanker

Indian Council of Agricultural Research, India

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Bandi Venkateswarlu

Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, India

PublishedSeptember 22nd, 2011

Doi10.5772/895

ISBN978-953-307-394-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4431-1

Copyright year2011

Number of pages442

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Table of Contents

Open access peer-reviewed  chapters

2. Salinity Stress and Salt Tolerance

By Petronia Carillo, Maria Grazia Annunziata, Giovanni Pontecorvo, Amodio Fuggi and Pasqualina Woodrow

21,855
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3. Abiotic Stress in Harvested Fruits and Vegetables

By Peter M.A. Toivonen and D. Mark Hodges

7,875
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5. Plant N Fluxes and Modulation by Nitrogen, Heat and Water Stresses: A Review Based on Comparison of Legumes and Non Legume Plants

By Salon Christophe, Avice Jean-Christophe, Larmure Annabelle, Ourry Alain, Prudent Marion and Voisin Anne-Sophie

4,014
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6. Biotechnological Solutions for Enhancing the Aluminium Resistance of Crop Plants

By Gaofeng Zhou, Emmanuel Delhaize, Meixue Zhou and Peter R Ryan

4,066
11
8. Soil Salinisation and Salt Stress in Crop Production

By Gabrijel Ondrasek, Zed Rengel and Szilvia Veres

8,918
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10. Trehalose and Abiotic Stress in Biological Systems

By Mihaela Iordachescu and Ryozo Imai

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12. Stomatal Responses to Drought Stress and Air Humidity

By Arve LE, Torre S, Olsen JE and Tanino KK

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13. Plant Genes for Abiotic Stress

By Loredana F. Ciarmiello, Pasqualina Woodrow, Amodio Fuggi, Giovanni Pontecorvo and Petronia Carillo

9,708
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14. Plant Metabolomics: A Characterisation of Plant Responses to Abiotic Stresses

By Annamaria Genga, Monica Mattana, Immacolata Coraggio, Franca Locatelli, Pietro Piffanelli and Roberto Consonni

7,136
8
4,060
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16. Emission and Function of Volatile Organic Compounds in Response to Abiotic Stress

By Francesco Spinelli, Antonio Cellini, Livia Marchetti, Karthik Mudigere Nagesh and Chiara Piovene

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18. C4 Plants Adaptation to High Levels of CO2 and to Drought Environments

By María Valeria Lara and Carlos Santiago Andreo

26,401
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