Function of Genetic Material Molecular Biology of Environmentally Stressed Plants View Full Text


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DATE

1997

AUTHORS

Eva Zyprian

ABSTRACT

Higher plants are immobile, and hence affected by various abiotic (environmental) and biotic stresses. In consequence, they have developed strategies to manage such unfavorable conditions. The understanding of these strategies is still incomplete. Complex pathways are involved, as is obvious from recent knowledge. However, the potential for future applications of the mechanisms elucidated through the means of classical breeding and biotechnology will be enormous. If plants with improved resistance to drought, cold, flooding, high salinity, or UV light, etc. may be bred or engineered, the agricultural cultivation areas of such vegetables and crops may be largely extended. This can open new possibilities for the development of agriculture in the long term. In the short term, it will help to find improved methods of plant protection. More... »

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368-385

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-60458-4_15

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