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Managing Plant Stress Using Salicylic Acid: Physiological and Molecular Aspects

Anket Sharma, Renu Bhardwaj, Vinod Kumar

Enables readers to understand the ability of salicylic acid in reducing the effects of abiotic stresses in different crop species Salicylic acid is an important plant hormone which acts as a multifunctional molecule and regulates key physiological and biochemical processes in plants.

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Book Information

Publisher: Wiley
Publish Date: 10/03/2022
Pages: 560
ISBN-13: 9781119671060
ISBN-10: 111967106X
Language: English

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Enables readers to understand the ability of salicylic acid in reducing the effects of abiotic stresses in different crop species

Salicylic acid is an important plant hormone which acts as a multifunctional molecule and regulates key physiological and biochemical processes in plants. This book highlights the tremendous potential of treating plants with salicylic acid, either prior to or during stress. It focuses on the specific challenges and opportunities related to the exogenous application or priming technology, such as the mode of application, new methodologies, and the potential impacts of salicylic acid on the environment. Sample topics covered in the book include:

  • The latest research on the ability of salicylic acid in reducing the effects of abiotic stresses in different crop species
  • The mechanism of action of salicylic acid at the biochemical and molecular level
  • Salicylic acid and its crosstalk with other plant hormones under stressful environments
  • Regulation of abiotic stress by salicylic acid at the gene level
  • Role of salicylic acid on postharvest physiology of plants

This book will be of significant interest to researchers, academics, and scientists working in the field of salicylic acid mediated plant responses in plants under challenging environments and abiotic stress tolerance.

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