In the name of of Allah the Merciful

دانلود کتاب عوامل محافظ شیمیایی در بهبود استرس غیر زنده گیاه: دیدگاه های بیوشیمیایی و ملکولی

Protective Chemical Agents in the Amelioration of Plant Abiotic Stress: Biochemical and Molecular Perspectives | Aryadeep Roychoudhury, Durgesh Kumar Tripathi | ISBN: 1119551633, 978-1119551638, B0891Y4LS4

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سال انتشار: 2020

تعداد صفحات: 696

زبان فایل: انگلیسی

فرمت فایل: pdf

حجم فایل: 18MB

ناشر: Wiley-Blackwell

A guide to the chemical agents that protect plants from various environmental stressors

Protective Chemical Agents in the Amelioration of Plant Abiotic Stress offers a guide to the diverse chemical agents that have the potential to mitigate different forms of abiotic stresses in plants. Edited by two experts on the topic, the book explores the role of novel chemicals and shows how using such unique chemical agents can tackle the oxidative damages caused by environmental stresses.

Exogenous application of different chemical agents or chemical priming of seeds presents opportunities for crop stress management. The use of chemical compounds as protective agents has been found to improve plant tolerance significantly in various crop and non-crop species against a range of different individually applied abiotic stresses by regulating the endogenous levels of the protective agents within plants. This important book:

  • Explores the efficacy of various chemical agents to eliminate abiotic stress
  • Offers a groundbreaking look at the topic and reviews the most recent advances in the field
  • Includes information from noted authorities on the subject
  • Promises to benefit agriculture under stress conditions at the ground level

Written for researchers, academicians, and scientists, Protective Chemical Agents in the Amelioration of Plant Abiotic Stress details the wide range of protective chemical agents, their applications, and their intricate biochemical and molecular mechanism of action within the plant systems during adverse situations.