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Stress signaling in plants : genomics and proteomics perspective. Volume 1

Author: Maryam Sarwat; Altaf Ahmad; M Z Abdin
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer, ©2013.
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The most important prerequisites imperative for survival of human kind food, fodder and fuel depends upon the performance of plants. Due to worldwide temperature inversions, the weather conditions have become completely unpredictable and hostile. Thus, there is a growing need of such plants which are better adapted to these adverse climatic conditions. A good understanding of the signaling mechanism within the plant  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Maryam Sarwat; Altaf Ahmad; M Z Abdin
ISBN: 9781461463726 1461463726 1461463718 9781461463719
OCLC Number: 851373022
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Ca²⁺, Calmodulin and Plant-Specific Calmodulin-Binding Proteins: Implications in Abiotic Stress Adaptation / Prabhjeet Singh, Amardeep Singh Virdi --
Biotic and Abiotic Stress Signaling in Plants / Sandhya Verma, Shadab Nizam --
Signaling by MicroRNAs in Response to Abiotic Stress / Guadalupe Sosa-Valencia --
Signal Transduction and Regulatory Networks in Plant-Pathogen Interaction: A Proteomics Perspective / M. Z. Abdin, Mather Ali Khan, Athar Ali --
Auxin Genes and Auxin Responsive Factors in Signaling During Leaf Senescence / Maryam Sarwat, Preeti Rathore, Gowher Nabi --
CBF-Dependent Cold Stress Signaling Relevant Post Translational Modifications / Prakriti Kashyap, Renu Deswal --
Regulation and Function of Protein S-Nitrosylation in Plant Stress / Gitto Thomas Kuruthukulangarakoola --
In-Silico Approaches for Studying the MAP Kinase Signaling Pathways Involved in Resistance Against Alternaria Blight in Brassica / Gohar Taj, Sugandha Sharma, Priyanka Giri --
Plant Cell Signaling in Metal Stress / Imran Haider Shamsi, Essa Ali, Lixi Jiang --
Molecular Network of Nitrogen and Sulphur Signaling in Plants / Gurjeet Kaur, Asha Wadhwa, M. Z. Abdin.
Responsibility: Maryam Sarwat, Altaf Ahmad, M.Z. Abdin, editors.

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This book offers thorough coverage of stress signaling in plants from a genomic and proteomics perspective, exploring the complex network of primary and secondary messenger molecules involved.  Read more...

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