Plant stress responses


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Plant stress responses

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Plant stress responses describe the suite of molecular and cellular processes that are triggered by the detection by the plant of some form of stress. Stresses can be abiotic, such as drought or excess light, or biotic, such as herbivores or pathogens.

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55 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
56 skos:prefLabel Drought
57 sg:ontologies/subjects/flooding sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
58 rdf:type npg:Subject
59 skos:Concept
60 rdfs:label Flooding
61 skos:altLabel Catastrophic Flooding
62 Catastrophic Floodings
63 Floods
64 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
65 skos:definition Flooding is an exceptional or seasonal overflow of water that submerges land and saturates soil. It generally represents a type of abiotic stress for plants, leading to oxygen and energy deprivation, and impeding proper root respiration. Nevertheless, some important plants such as deepwater rice are adapted to cyclical flood.
66 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
67 skos:prefLabel Flooding
68 sg:ontologies/subjects/heat sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
69 rdf:type npg:Subject
70 skos:Concept
71 rdfs:label Heat
72 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
73 skos:definition Heat stress is defined as an increase in temperature sufficient to cause irreversible damage to plant function and development. Plants can be damaged by either high day or night temperatures, and by high air or soil temperatures.
74 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
75 skos:prefLabel Heat
76 sg:ontologies/subjects/herbivory sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
77 rdf:type npg:Subject
78 skos:Concept
79 rdfs:label Herbivory
80 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
81 skos:definition Herbivores are organisms that are anatomically and physiologically adapted to eat plants, algae and photosynthetic bacteria. Adaptations for a herbivorous diet include the four-chambered stomach of ruminants, and the specialist grinding teeth of cattle, sheep and goats.
82 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
83 skos:prefLabel Herbivory
84 sg:ontologies/subjects/light-stress sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
85 rdf:type npg:Subject
86 skos:Concept
87 rdfs:label Light stress
88 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
89 skos:definition Light stress refers to the detrimental effect that exposure to insufficient or excess levels of light can have on plant function and development. Whereas exposure to insufficient light limits photosynthetic activity, exposure to excess light energy can damage the photosynthetic apparatus.
90 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
91 skos:prefLabel Light stress
92 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-sciences sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
93 rdf:type npg:Subject
94 skos:Concept
95 rdfs:label Plant sciences
96 skos:altLabel Botany
97 Plant biology
98 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/biological-sciences
99 skos:definition Plant sciences is the study of plants in all their forms and interactions using a scientific approach.
100 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
101 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/biofuels
102 sg:ontologies/subjects/light-responses
103 sg:ontologies/subjects/natural-variation-in-plants
104 sg:ontologies/subjects/photosynthesis
105 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-biotechnology
106 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-breeding
107 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-cell-biology
108 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-development
109 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-domestication
110 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-ecology
111 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-evolution
112 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-genetics
113 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-hormones
114 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-immunity
115 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-molecular-biology
116 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-physiology
117 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-reproduction
118 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-signalling
119 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
120 sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-symbiosis
121 sg:ontologies/subjects/secondary-metabolism
122 sg:ontologies/subjects/stomata
123 sg:ontologies/subjects/tropism
124 skos:prefLabel Plant sciences
125 sg:ontologies/subjects/salt sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
126 rdf:type npg:Subject
127 skos:Concept
128 rdfs:label Salt
129 skos:altLabel Salts
130 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
131 skos:definition Salt is any ionic compound containing a metallic cation and non-metallic anion; the most common example being sodium chloride. The presence of high levels of salt in an environment, for example as a result of drought, is a major stressor of plants.
132 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
133 skos:prefLabel Salt
134 sg:ontologies/subjects/wounding sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
135 rdf:type npg:Subject
136 skos:Concept
137 rdfs:label Wounding
138 skos:altLabel Injuries
139 Injuries and Wounds
140 Injury
141 Injury and Wounds
142 Trauma
143 Traumas
144 Wound
145 Wounds
146 Wounds and Injuries
147 Wounds and Injury
148 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/plant-stress-responses
149 skos:definition Wounding refers to the damage inflicted to plants by some external force. Insect herbivory is a particularly common source of injury to plants.
150 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
151 skos:prefLabel Wounding
152 skos:Concept sgo:sdDataset for_codes
153 rdf:type rdfs:Class
154 rdfs:Resource
155 rdfs:subClassOf rdfs:Resource
156 skos:Concept
 




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