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Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 5: Membrane System

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 5: Membrane System

1st Edition

U S Gupta
January 09, 2007

Though plant cells are separated by cell walls, cells maintain their identity as they are delimited by semi-permeable membranes that permit them to function as autonomous units. The flow of materials in and out of the cell is regulated by channels, transporters, pumps, and acquaporins in these...

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 4: Osmoregulation and Protection

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 4: Osmoregulation and Protection

1st Edition

U S Gupta
January 08, 2006

To cope with the abiotic stress-induced osmotic problems, plants adapt by either increasing uptake of inorganic ions from the external solution, or by de novo synthesis of organic compatible solutes acting as osmolytes. Of the osmoregulants and protectants discussed in this volume, trehalose,...

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 3: The Stress of Allelochemicals

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 3: The Stress of Allelochemicals

1st Edition

U S Gupta
January 07, 2005

Research on the physiology of crops under stress is of relatively recent origin and still in the stage of information building; practical use of the information gathered is yet to be made. Research on allelopathy and use of allelochemicals is one such example. The majority of work done focuses on...

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 2: Nutrient Relations

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 2: Nutrient Relations

1st Edition

U S Gupta
January 03, 2005

This volume covers various aspects of nutrient (deficiency or toxicity) stress in general, and the effects of stress factors like soil acidity, soil salinity, allelochemicals, soil compaction, drought, water logging, atmospheric humidity, low temperature and freezing, high temperature (heat), solar...

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 1: Hormone Relations

Physiology of Stressed Crops, Vol. 1: Hormone Relations

1st Edition

U S Gupta
January 11, 2004

The present multi-volume treatise has been planned to discuss important aspects of the crop-plant physiological aspects, viz., hormones, nutrients, cell membranes, and induced proteins, as related to different types of stresses each in separate volumes. Another type of stress which can be classed...

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