Abiotic stresses such as temperature, radiation, salinity, heavy metals and drought are the main factors that limit crop productivity. The anthropogenic activities and changed agricultural system, intense use of chemical fertilizers and artificial irrigation have increased temperature, UV-B radiation, drought, salinity and heavy metals stresses and caused yield losses annually to a greater extent. To overcome the yield losses due to abiotic stresses, plants need to possess mechanisms of avoidance and tolerance to stress. For sustainable agriculture development, future crops should have abiotic stress resistant traits and the mechanism for stress tolerance. The tolerance mechanisms can also be improved by the development of new techniques employing plant physiology and plant molecular biology tools. In this present book the advances in the area of abiotic stress responses and stress management have been included. The information may be useful in elucidating limits and tolerance of a plant to abiotic stress.The present volume, comprising seventeen chapters by outstanding and eminent specialists across the world, covers the information on abiotic stresses such as salinity, heavy metals, drought and herbicides.
Nafees A. Khan :- is Professor of Plant Physiology in the department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. Prof. Khan obtained his Ph.D. in 1988 and D.Sc. degree in 2006 at Aligarh Muslim University, India in Botany (Plant Physiology). He has about 22 years of teaching and research experience. He has contributed more than 100 research articles to scientific journals of national and international repute. Prof. Khan teaches courses on Plant Physiology and Environmental Botany at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Currently, he serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Functional and Environmental Botany.Sarvajeet Singh :- Sarvajeet Singh, M.Sc. (Gold Medal), M.Phil.
Department of Botany, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (UP)
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