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Water Stress in Plants

G.M. Simpson

Water Stress in Plants

by G.M. Simpson

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Published by Praeger Publishers Inc.,U.S. .
Written in English


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Number of Pages368
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Open LibraryOL7272049M
ISBN 100030566983
ISBN 109780030566981

Response of Crops to Limited Water: Understanding and Modeling Water Stress Effects on Plant Growth Processes L.R. Ahuja, V.R. Reddy, S.A. Saseendran and Qiang Yu (ed.) ISBN: OPEN ACCESS. 16 Water Stress 2. As a major plant growth inhibitor: Drought Water and whole plant responses The amount of water available to plants is im portant, since water accounts for % of the fresh weight of most herbaceous plant structures and over 50% of the fresh weight of woody plants [9].

  Those who downloaded this book also downloaded the following books. Let us make an in-depth study of water deficit and drought resistance in plants. After reading this article you will learn about A. Water Deficit and Drought Resistance in Xerophytes and B. Water Deficit and Drought Resistance in Mesophytes.. One of the most common environmental stresses encountered by plants during certain periods of the year is water deficit or negative water .

  One of the most important abiotic stresses affecting plants is water stress. A plant requires a certain amount of water for its optimal survival; too much water (flooding stress) can cause plant cells to swell and burst; whereas drought stress (too little water) can cause the plant to dry up, a condition called : Shanon Trueman. Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Science and Biotechnology 6 (Special Issue 1), © Global Science Books water stress (Khalid ). The assumed increase in percent concentration of EO of the water stressed MAPs compared to the unstressed ones was mostly ascribed to reduced growth and biomass of plants under stress because the totalFile Size: KB.


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Water Stress in Plants by G.M. Simpson Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this book. Plants are subjected to a variety of abiotic stresses such as drought, temperature, salinity, air pollution, heavy metals, UV radiations, etc. To survive under these harsh conditions plants are equipped with different resistance mechanisms which Water Stress in Plants book from species to species.

Water Stress and Crop Plants: A Sustainable Approach presents an up-to-date in-depth coverage of drought and flooding stress in plants, including the types, causes and consequences on plant growth and development. It discusses the physiobiochemical, molecular and omic approaches, and responses of crop plants towards water : Parvaiz Ahmad.

The study of water stress is one of the most interesting subjects in. the investigation of water relations in plants. From the theoretical point of view it is concerned with investigating the mechanisms of the distribution and movement of water in the plant organism and the way in which physiolo­ gical processes are influenced by water deficiency.

Water Stress Hinders In Vitro Regeneration of Plants By Mustafa Yildiz, Emine Selcen Darcin and Ramazan Beyaz We are IntechOpen, the world's leading publisher of Open Access by: Plants experience water stress either when the water supply to their roots becomes limiting or when the transpiration rate becomes intense.

According to Lisar et al. [10] initially water stress. The workshop brought together a wide range of disciplines - agronomy, biophysics, crop physiology, ecology, soil science, and others - to discuss the adaptations and to identify mechanisms of adaptations of plants to water and high temperatures by: Water stress in plants is caused by the water deficit, as induced possibly by drought or high soil salinity.

The prime consequence of water stress in plants is the disruption in the agricultural production, resulting in food shortage. The plants, however, try to adapt to the stress conditions using biochemical.

Response of Crops to Limited Water: Understanding and Modeling Water Stress Effects on Plant Growth Processes compiles the work of world experts in various aspects of this topic, emphasizing recent knowledge of water stress effects, with the goal of improving these models and expanding the benefits of their use.

Selecting for drought and heat resistance in grain sorghum. Drought stress of cowpea and soybean under tropical conditions. Effects of water and heat stress on carbon metabolism of plants with C3 and C4 photosynthesis.

Air pollution stress. Drought resistance and adaptation to water deficits in crop plants. The effects of water deficits on Rubisco, photosynthesis and photorespiration are then examined in some detail: the mechanism by which Rubisco may be down‐regulated in the light due to tight‐binding inhibitors (Parry et al., ) could be pivotal for tolerance and recovery from stress, and, as discussed below, may be central to integrating Cited by: Get this from a library.

Water stress on plants. [G M Simpson] -- Naslagwerk voor studenten en wetenschappers (niet in de eerste plaats biofysici) over de fysiologische gevolgen van watergebrek bij planten, met speciale aandacht voor een aantal belangrijke gewassen.

Environmental stresses represent the most limiting factors to agricultural productivity worldwide. Their impact is not only on presently cultivated crops, they are also significant barriers to the introduction of crop plants in noncultivated areas. A significant global. Water Deficits and Plant Growth, Volume V: Water and Plant Disease presents a comprehensive treatment of the role of water deficits and excesses in the plant disease complex.

This book highlights water relations of diseased plants and the effects of water stress induced by disease and environmental factors, along with water deficits related to disease and water stress as a predisposing factor in plant disease.

Water stress in plants is caused by the water deficit, as induced possibly by drought or high soil salinity. The prime consequence of water stress in plants is the disruption in the agricultural production, resulting in food shortage.

The plants, however, try to adapt to the stress conditions using biochemical and physiological by: 2. Exposure to drought stress leads to a significant effect in Chlorophyll-a and Chlorophyll-b contents [5]. Response to water stress in plants at the molecular level undoubtedly constitutes an area of major interest for a complete understanding of the process.

The major strategy for gaining such understanding is through the approach of proteomics. Differential expression of genesFile Size: KB. Abstract. Plant stress is a state where the plant is growing in non-ideal growth conditions that increase the demands made upon it. The effects of stress can lead to deficiencies in growth, crop yields, permanent damage or death if the stress exceeds the plant Cited by: 2.

Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn : E. Schulze. The first obvious effect of water stress is wilting because turgor pressure, which inflates plant cells and keeps them erect, is lost.

Without this force, the cells inside plant leaves begin. Plants experience water stress when water supply in the soil fails to meet the demand. Although it is easy to define the concept, accurate quantification and representation of water stress in crop models have been a challenge in system modeling.

Illustration of the response of plants to water stress. Stomatal response, ROS scavenging, metabolic changes, and photosynthesis are all affected when plants are subjected to water stress. These collective responses lead to an adjustment in the growth rate of plants as an adaptive response for by:.

Salinity and water stress limit crop productivity worldwide and generate substantial economic losses each year, yet innovative research on crop and natural resource management can reveal cost-effective ways in which farmers can increase both their productivity and their income.

Presenting recent.Drought, stress, and the origin of adaptations; Plant stress research and crop production: the challenge ahead; Morphological adaptations to water stress; Leaf anatomy and water use efficiency; Adaptation of roots in water-stressed native vegetation; Modifying root systems of cotton and soybean to increase water absorption; Physiological adaptations to water stress; Reviews: 1.

responses of plants to water stress 1. responses of plants to water stress and remedial management strategies, especialy in rice prabhasmita shatpathy adm no: 01pp/11 dept. of plant physiology ouat, bbsr 2.