Recent Approaches in Omics for Plant Resilience to Climate Change

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 13. August 2019
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  • XVI, 401 Seiten
 
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This edited volume summarizes the recent advancements made in plant science including molecular biology and genome editing , particularly in the development of novel pathways tolerant to climate change-induced stresses such as drought, extreme temperatures, cold, salinity, flooding, etc. These stresses are liable for decrease in yields in many crop plants at global level. Till date conventional plant breeding approaches have resulted in significant improvement of crop plants for producing higher yields during adverse climatic conditions. However, the pace of improvement through conventional plant breeding needs to be accelerated in keeping with the growing demand of food and increasing human populationl, particularly in developing world. This book serves as a comprehensive reference material for researchers, teachers, and students involved in climate change-related abiotic stress tolerance studies in plants.

1st ed. 2019
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978-3-030-21687-0 (9783030216870)
10.1007/978-3-030-21687-0
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Dr. Shabir Hussain Wani is Assistant Professor ( Senior Scale) at Mountain Research Centre for Field Crops, Khudwani -192101, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, J&K, India. He received Ph.D. degree in plant breeding and genetics on "transgenic rice for abiotic stress tolerance" from the Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana, India. After obtaining his Ph.D. he worked as research associate in the Biotechnology Laboratory, Central Institute of Temperate Horticulture (ICAR), Srinagar, India. He then joined the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (Farm Science Centre) as program coordinator at Senapati, Manipur, India. He teaches courses related to plant breeding, seed science and technology, and stress breeding and has published more than 100 papers/chapters in journals and books of international and national repute. He served as guest editor and reviews editor for journal Frontier in Plant Science (2015-2018). He has also edited several books on current topics in crop improvement for abiotic stress tolerance published by Springer Nature and CRC press USA. His Ph.D. research fetched first prize in the North Zone Competition, at national level, in India. He was awarded Young Scientist Award from the Society for Promotion of Plant Sciences, Jaipur, India, in 2009. He is a fellow of the Society for Plant Research, India. Recently he also received Young Scientist Award (Agriculture) 2015 from Society for Plant Research, Meerut, India. He also served as visiting Scientist at Department of Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University, USA under the UGC Raman Post Doctoral Fellowship programme. Currently, he is leading the Wheat improvement programme at MRCFC Khudwani SKAUST Kashmir.

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Authors

1. 1

Omics Technologies for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants: Current status and Prospects


Sahil Mehta

Crop Improvement Co-workers, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, New Delhi, India

Email: sahilmehtasm21@gmail.com

2. 2

Genome editing and abiotic stress Tolerance in Plants

Giridara Kumar Surabhi

Plant Molecular Biology and 'OMICS' laboratory, Regional Plant Resource Centre, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Corresponding author (G.K. Surabhi), e-mail: surabhigk@gmail.com

3. 3

Metabolomic Profiling of plants to understand reasons for plant stress resilience to abiotic stress

Dr RamaPrashat IARI New Delhi

Email: ramaprashat@gmail.com

4. 4

In Vitro Screening of Crop Plants for Abiotic Stress Tolerance

Mansour Ghorbanpour

Department of Medicinal Plants, Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arak University, 38156-8-8349, Arak, Iran.

Corresponding author email: m-ghorbanpour@araku.ac.ir

5. 5

Open-source software tools, databases and resources for single cell and single cell-type metabolomics

Biswapriya B. Misra

Correspondence:

Biswapriya B. Misra, PhD

Department of Genetics

Texas Biomedical Research Institute

7620 NW Loop 410

San Antonio 78227

Texas, USA

E-mail: bbmisraccb@gmail.com

6. 6

Advances in functional genomics in investigating salinity tolerance in plants

Dr Saikat Gangtait

Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Faculty of Agriculture, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Mohanpur, Nadia, West Bengal 741252, India

Corresponding author: e-mail: saikatgantait@yahoo.com

7.

Drought stress in Chickpea: Physiological, Breeding and Omics Perspectives

Rana Muhammad Atif

Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-38040, Pakistan

Corresponding author: dratif@uaf.edu.pk

8.

GM maize for abiotic stresses; Potentials and opportunities

Iqrar Ahmad Rana

Centre of Agricultural Biochemistry and Biotechnology (CABB), University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-38000-Pakistan

Corresponding Author, iqrar_rana@uaf.edu.pk

9. 9

Novel breeding and biotechnological approaches to mitigate effects of heat stress on cotton

Muhammad Tehseen Azhar Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad-38000, Pakistan

tehseenazhar@gmail.com

10. 10

Modulation Of Proteome And Phosphoproteome Under Abiotic Stress In Plants: An Overview

Giridara Kumar Surabhi

Plant Molecular Biology and 'OMICS' laboratory, Regional Plant Resource Centre, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Corresponding author (G.K. Surabhi), e-mail: surabhigk@gmail.com

11. Ionomic approaches for the discovery of novel abiotic stress tolerance genes in plants

Dr. Rupesh Deshmukh

National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI),

Sector-81 (Knowledge City), PO Manauli, S.A.S. Nagar,

Mohali-140306, Punjab, India.

E-mail: rupesh0deshmukh@gmail.com

12. Unravelling the complex networks involved in Plant stress tolerance through Metabolomics

Dr.Mamta Arya, ICAR- National Bureau of Plant Genetic resources, Regional Station Bhowali-263 132, Uttarakhand, India

, New Delhi, India

Email: Mamta.Arya@icar.gov.in

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