Combined Stresses in Plants

Physiological, Molecular, and Biochemical Aspects

  • Ramamurthy Mahalingam

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Hongyan Guo, Hui Zhou, Yaodan Zhang, Wenchao Du, Yuanyuan Sun, Ying Yin et al.
    Pages 71-92
  3. Imrul Mosaddek Ahmed, Umme Aktari Nadira, Noreen Bibi, Guoping Zhang, Feibo Wu
    Pages 93-121
  4. Santiago Signorelli, Esteban Casaretto, Jorge Monza, Omar Borsani
    Pages 123-145
  5. Sacha Bohler, Ann Cuypers, Jaco Vangronsveld
    Pages 147-157
  6. Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Timothy R. Wheeler, Peter Q. Craufurd, Rao C.N. Rachaputi
    Pages 159-180
  7. Nicky J Atkinson, Ritushree Jain, Peter E Urwin
    Pages 181-201
  8. Prachi Pandey, Ranjita Sinha, Kirankumar S. Mysore, Muthappa Senthil-Kumar
    Pages 203-222
  9. Patrick Mitchell, Tim Wardlaw, Libby Pinkard
    Pages 223-244
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 261-264

About this book


The unique responses of plants to combined stresses have been observed at physiological, biochemical, and molecular levels. This book provides an analysis of all three levels of change in various plants in response to different combinations of stresses. The text provides a general review of the combined stress paradigm, focuses on the impact of higher CO2 levels in combination with other stresses, examines drought stress in conjunction with other abiotic factors in different crop plants as well as the combination of biotic and abiotic factors, and discusses the impact of combined stresses in forest ecosystems.

Written by experts in the field, Combined Stresses in Plants: Physiological, Molecular,  and Biochemical Aspects is a valuable resource for scientists, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows alike working in plant stresses.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Ramamurthy Mahalingam
    • 1
  1. 1.and Molecular BiologyOklahoma State University Department of BiochemistryStillwaterUSA

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