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Transporters and Plant Osmotic Stress: Sensing, Signaling and Trafficking focuses on the potential negative impact of abiotic stresses on plant health and crop yield. The book focuses on the current state of knowledge of the biochemical and molecular regulation of several classes of membrane transporters during different stresses, along with their probable mechanisms of operation in plant stress tolerance. The exhaustive discussion presented in this book highlights steps appropriate for mitigating multiple forms of stresses utilizing transporter proteins.
Edited by leading experts and authored by top researchers from around the world, the book will be valuable to researchers, academicians and scientists who want to enhance and boost their knowledge for further research in the field of transporters with respect to abiotic stress responses.
- Focuses exclusively on the transporter proteins involved in multiple environmental stresses in plants
- Explains how to exploit transporters in crop improvement programs through transgenic technology against different stresses like salt, dehydration and temperature impacts
- Serves as an important source of information in the field of abiotic stress
Researchers, academicians and scientists to enhance their knowledge in the field of abiotic stress with respect to transporter proteins in plants
1. Proline transporters in salt stress response of plants
2. NHX1, HKT and monovalent cation transporters regulating K+ and Na+ transport during abiotic stress
3. Nitrate and phosphate transporters in salt stress response
4. Transporters for cytosolic calcium maintenance during salt stress
5. Aquaporins and Na+/H+ transporters in salt stress response
6. Sulphate transporters in plant response to drought and salinity
7. Involvement of membrane transporters in drought tolerance
8. Abscisic acid control of plant macroelement membrane transport systems in response to water deficit and high salinity
9. Transporters for heat stress resistance and cold acclimation in plants
10. Phytohormone transporters during abiotic stress response
11. Polyamine transporters during abiotic stress response in plants
12. Regulation of sugar and sucrose transporters under abiotic stress conditions
13. Plant SWEET transporters for abiotic stress tolerance
14. Glutathione transport and compartmentation during abiotic stress response
15. Nitrogen uptake, assimilation and mobilization in plants under abiotic stress
16. Regulation of transporters by exogenous protective chemicals during abiotic stress
17. Mitochondrial and chloroplast transporters in retrograde signaling and abiotic stress
18. Genetic engineering of ion transporters for osmotic stress tolerance
19. Evolution of ion transporters in plants
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 1st December 2020
- Academic Press
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Dr. Aryadeep Roychoudhury is currently working as Assistant Professor in Department of Biotechnology, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata, India. Dr. Roychoudhury has received his Ph.D. in Science from Jadavpur University, India. During this period, he worked in the field of plant molecular biology and biotechnology in the area of abiotic stress tolerance in rice at Bose Institute, Kolkata. Currently, he is working with the different forms of environmental stresses like salinity, drought and heavy metals in plants as well as characterization of several indigenous aromatic rice varieties. He has published several research papers in international and national journals and book chapters with reputed publishers. He is also supervising Ph.D. students at his Institute.
Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata, India
Senior Research and Technology Associate, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Dr. Durgesh Kumar Tripathi is currently working as a Scientific Officer in Centre for Medical Diagnostic and Research, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India. He is the recipient of ‘Dr DS Kothari Post Doctoral Fellowship’ of the UGC, New Delhi. Dr. Tripathi has received his D.Phil. in Science from University of Allahabad, India. During this period, Dr. Tripathi worked extensively on phytolith analysis, crop stress physiology, agro-nanotehnology and molecular biology. He has expertise on laser spectroscopy. His research interests encompass stress tolerance mechanisms in plants. Presently, he is working with nano-materials and their interactions with plants to find out their detoxification mechanisms. He has published more than 65 research papers and review articles having the world repute and several book chapters. He has also edited four books for Elsevier, Wiley, CRC-Press and NOVA.
Assistant Professor, Amity Institute of Organic Agriculture, Amity University, India
Visiting Professor, University Laval, Quebec, Canada and Ramaligaswami Fellow, National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute, India