Plant genomics encodes hundreds of biotic and abiotic stress genes. This book summarize the current status of knowledge on biotic and abiotic stress resistant genes in plants. It focuses on genomic advancement for important crops. It enhances abiotic and biotic stress tolerence in crops on global scale. Scientists and breeders will learn how to mitigate plant responses and develop new crop and varieties for the changing climate.
Dr. Naveed Iqbal is Assistant Professor at PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. He coordonated the other authors (Irum Shafiq Dar, Ghania Sattar, Sania Naveed, Aqsa Idrees, Iqra Ikhlaq and Hira Waheed).
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Stress, Microorganisms, Drought, AOS, model organism, Mutagenesis, Transformation, tracheophytes, Protein Phosphorylation, acylation, Conglomeration, phytohormones, agronaut, Phenotype, obligate parasite, Transgenic, desolate stalk, Demolition, evaluation, contagious illness, Proteomics, Metabolomics, Invasion, annihilation, pulverizing, nonabrasive, propagules, intrusive weeds, Antioxidant, Biotechnology
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General