Plant Metabolites and Regulation Under Environmental Stress presents the latest research on both primary and secondary metabolites. The book sheds light on the metabolic pathways of primary and secondary metabolites, the role of these metabolites in plants, and the environmental impact on the regulation of these metabolites.
Plant Metabolites and Regulation Under Environmental Stress is a practical reference aiding researchers to better understand the role of plant metabolites in stress tolerance by including content on both primary and secondary metabolites in one comprehensive volume.
- Highlights new advances in understanding plant metabolism
- Features 17 protocols with methods for analysis of important plant secondary metabolites
- Covered topics include environmental adaptations and plant metabolites, plant metabolites and breeding, plant microbiome and metabolites, and plant metabolism under non-stress conditions
Graduate students and researchers in Plant Sciences, Plant Biochemistry, Plant Metabolism, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Ecophysiology as well as those in Crop Science and Environmental Science
- Plant primary-secondary metabolism in preview of metabolic engineering.
2. Primary metabolism in plants: A molecular approach
3. Production of plant secondary metabolites: Current status and future prospects
4. Biotechnological intervention in production of secondary plant metabolites
5. Plant breeding and secondary metabolites: An overview.
6. Environmental stress and secondary metabolites in plants: An overview
7. Primary plant metabolism during plant-pathogen interactions and its role in defense
8. Adaptation of plant source leaf metabolism to stress related disturbances in carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus balance
9. Plant metabolites and nutritional quality of vegetables
10. Environmental stress and vitamin metabolism in plants
11. Regulation of the primary metabolic network underlying plant responses to abiotic stress.
12. Plant adaptations to changing environments: A metabolomic approach
13. Regulation of primary metabolism in response to low oxygen availability as revealed by carbon and nitrogen isotope redistribution
14. Mass spectrometry-based plant metabolomics: metabolite responses to abiotic stress
15. Metabolomics as a tool to investigate abiotic stress tolerance in plants
16. Impact of soil field water capacity on secondary metabolites in plants
17. Role of proline and pyrroline-5-carboxylate metabolism in plant defense against invading pathogens
18. Dynamic proline metabolism: importance and regulation in water limited environments
19. Closing the loop on the GABA shunt in plants: Are GABA metabolism and signaling entwined?
20. Metabolic engineering for stress tolerance: Installing osmoprotectant synthesis pathways
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- 1st March 2018
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Dr. Parvaiz Ahmad is the Senior Assistant Professor in Department of Botany at Sri Pratap College, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India. He completed his postgraduate education in Botany in 2000 at Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India. After receiving a Doctorate degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, India, he joined the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi, in 2007. His main research area is Stress Physiology and Molecular Biology. He has published more than 35 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and 29 book chapters. He is a recipient of the Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR, New Delhi, India. Dr. Parvaiz has been awarded the Young Scientist Award under the Fast Track scheme in 2007 by the Department of Science and Technology, of the Government of India. Dr. Parvaiz is actively engaged in studying the molecular and physio-biochemical responses of different agricultural and horticultural plants under environmental stress.
Department of Botany and Microbiology, Faculty of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Vijay Pratap Singh is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Botany in Govt. Ramanuj Pratap Singhdev Post Graduate College, Baikunthpur, Koriya, an affiliated degree college of Sarguja University, Chhattisgarh, India. Dr. Singh has obtained his D.Phil. degree from University of Allahabad on topic “Oxidative stress and antioxidant system in some cyanobacteria simultaneously exposed to UV-B and heavy metal”. He has authored 70 publications as well as editorials in reputed journals. His area of research interest is role of nitric oxide and hydrogen sulfide signaling in the regulation of abiotic stress in plants. Dr. Singh is also working as editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals.
Durgesh Kumar Tripathi is working as a Scientific Officer, Center of Medical Diagnostic and Research Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology. He has authored 60 publications in reputed journals and most of them are based on management of abiotic stress by the addition of silicon. His research interest is impact of ROS on structural, biochemical and molecular changes in crop plants under Si nutrition. Dr. Tripathi is also working as editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals.
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad,India
Prince Sattam Bin Abdelaziz University, Alkharaj, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia