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Calcium Transport Elements in Plants discusses the role of calcium in plant development and stress signaling, the mechanism of Ca2+ homeostasis across plant membranes, and the evolution of Ca2+/cation antiporter (CaCA) superfamily proteins. Additional sections cover genome-wide analysis of Annexins and their roles in plants, the roles of calmodulin in abiotic stress responses, calcium transport in relation to plant nutrition/biofortification, and much more. Written by leading experts in the field, this title is an essential resource for students and researchers that need all of the information on calcium transport elements in one place.
Calcium transport elements are involved in various structural, physiological and biochemical processes or signal transduction pathways in response to various abiotic and biotic stimuli. Development of high throughput sequencing technology has favored the identification and characterization of numerous gene families in plants in recent years, including the calcium transport elements.
- Provides a complete compilation of detailed information on Ca2+ efflux and influx transporters in plants
- Discusses the mode of action of calcium transport elements and their classification
- Explores the indispensable role of Ca2+ in numerous developmental and stress related pathways
Researchers and students interested in plant molecular biology, plant science, biotechnology and agriculture
1. An introduction to the calcium transport elements in plants
2. Calcium-cytoskeleton signalling induced modification of plant development
3. Mechanism of Ca2+ homeostasis across the plant membranes
4. Calcium transport elements in model and crop plants
5. Evolution of Ca2+ transporters in plants
6. Cation/H+ exchanger (CAX) in plants: roles in development and stress response
7. Role of Ca2+ ATPases in calcium homeostasis in plants during development and stress
8. Cation/Ca2+ exchanger (CCX) protein function in plants
9. The Na+/Ca2+ exchanger like proteins from plants: an overview
10. Ca2+ channels and transporters in plants under salinity stress
11. An overview of Annexins in plants
12. Multimember CNGC family in plants: Role in development and stress management
13. Functional analysis of glutamate receptor-like channels in plants
14. Calmodulin and Calmodulin-like Ca2+ binding proteins as molecular players of abiotic stress response in plants
15. Calmodulin-binding Transcription Activator (CAMTA)/ factors in plants
16. Mechanosensitive ion channels in plants
17. CBL and CIPK interaction in plants for calcium mediated stress response
18. Calcium signalling network in abiotic stress tolerance in plants
19. Role of calcium nutrition on product quality and disorder susceptibility of horticultural crops: processes and strategies for biofortification
20. A comparison between calcium transport mechanisms in plants and bacteria
21. Calcium transport in chloroplast and mitochondria of plant cell
22. Calcium uptake and translocation in plants
23. Interaction between Ca2+ and ROS signalling in plant cell
24. Methods for detection and measurement of Calcium in plants
25. Application of Calcium transport elements in plant improvement: a future perspective
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st January 2021
- Academic Press
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Dr. Upadhyay is working as Assistant Professor of Botany at Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has been working in the area of Plant systems biology and functional genomics. He has authored 47 peer reviewed research publication in various international journals, six international patents and more than 10 book chapters. His research group is involved in molecular characterization of various defense related proteins including receptor like kinases, ROS detoxifying enzymes, calcium transport elements, and long non-coding RNAs from cereal crop wheat and horticultural crop grapes. He is also working as editor in various international journals.
Assistant Professor, Department of Botany, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
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