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DATE

2020-06-02

AUTHORS

Syed Uzma Jalil , Mohammad Israil Ansari

ABSTRACT

Stress conditions are severe problems and limit the crop productivity of modern cultivars. Abiotic stresses like low and high temperature, drought, water, salinity, heavy metals, and pesticides have a negative impact on agro-economic conditions and threaten food security worldwide. Plant yield affected by stresses is due to less availability of water or disorder in nutrient uptake. This may cause deficiency symptoms or ion toxicity leading to alteration in physiological and biochemical processes such as degeneration of chloroplast, disruption in photosynthesis, degradation of chlorophyll and macromolecules, disintegration of mitochondria and nuclei, and deterioration and leakiness of the membrane, which causes oxidative damage in the cells. Stresses also induced premature senescence in plants that also has a detrimental effect on crop yield. Plants have intricate responses for tolerance against abiotic stresses by regulating several metabolic processes. Therefore, it is required to study the strategies that are essential for the investigation of the mechanism involved in regulating stress tolerance in plants and lessening the implications of stresses on plants to increase crop production. This chapter emphasizes the effect of different stress conditions on plant productivity. More... »

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73-86

Book

TITLE

Plant Ecophysiology and Adaptation under Climate Change: Mechanisms and Perspectives I

ISBN

978-981-15-2155-3
978-981-15-2156-0

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