Author: Y. Takeoka,A. Al Mamun,T. Wada,P.B. Kaufman
Publisher: Elsevier Science (June 2, 1992)
Category: Science & Mathematics
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Genotypic variation for cold tolerance during reproductive development in rice . Takeoka, . Al Mamun, . Wada . Kaufman, . Primary features of the effect of environmental stress on rice spikelet morphogenesis.
Genotypic variation for cold tolerance during reproductive development in rice: screening with cold air and cold water. Field Crops Res. 98:178–194. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Hasanuzzaman, . Nahar, . Alam, . Roychowdhury, . Fujita, M. 2013. Physiological, biochemical, and molecular mechanisms of heat stress tolerance in plants. In: Reproductive adaptation of rice to environmental stress. Developments in Crop Science. Elsevier Science Publishers.
Reproductive adaptation of rice to environmental stress. Close Developments in crop science ;, 22. Classifications. Are you sure you want to remove Reproductive adaptation of rice to environmental stress from your list? Reproductive adaptation of rice to environmental stress, P. J. Wuest, D. Royse. Published 1992 by Japan Scientific Societies Press, Elsevier in Tokyo, Amsterdam, New York Developments in crop science ;, 22.
Among environmental conditions like various biotic and abiotic stresses are playing major role in. .Wafaa M. Haggag et al J. Chem. The adaptation of plants to biotic or abiotic stress conditions is mediated through deep changes in gene expression
Among environmental conditions like various biotic and abiotic stresses are playing major role in decreasing crop productivity. Abiotic stress includes high and low temperature, salinity, drought, flooding and heavy metals. These stresses reduced the yield of crops, depending on the type of crop and stress period. Re. 2015, 7(10):882-889. The adaptation of plants to biotic or abiotic stress conditions is mediated through deep changes in gene expression. which result in changes in composition of plant transcriptome, proteome, and metabolome.
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biological processes, including responses to environmental stresses, via a complex network of CK signaling.
In plants, the cytokinin (CK) phytohormones regulate numerous biological processes, including responses to environmental stresses, via a complex network of CK signaling. By an unknown mechanism, stress signals are perceived and transmitted through the His-Asp phosphorelay, an important component of the CK signal transduction pathway, triggering CK-responsive genes. Biotechnological strategies based on the modulation of CK levels have been examined with the aim of stabilizing agriculture yields.
Adaptation of Crops to Warmer Climates . Stress-induced fruit abscission in cotton and role of ethylene. Root growth of irrigated summer crops in cotton-based farming systems sown in Vertosols of northern New South Wales. Crop and Pasture Science, 66(2), 158-167.
Adaptation of Crops to Warmer Climates: Morphological and Physiological Mechanisms. In Atanu Sarkar, Suman Ranjan Sensarma, Gary W. vanLoon (Ed., Sustainable Solutions for Food Security: Combating Climate Change by Adaptation, (pp. 27-50). 18th Australian Agronomy Conference 2017, Australia: Australian Society of Agronomy. Harber, . Rogers, . Tan, D. (2017).
Breeding for drought resistance is the process of breeding plants with the goal of reducing the impact of dehydration on plant growth. In nature or crop fields, water is often the most limiting factor for plant growth. If plants do not receive adequate rainfall or irrigation, the resulting dehydration stress can reduce growth more than all other environmental stresses combined.
The reproductive stage of development is determinant of yield in crops .
The reproductive stage of development is determinant of yield in crops cultivated for seeds or fruits. High-temperature stress that affects any of the reproductive processes, including pollen viability, female gametogenesis, pollen-pistil interaction, fertilization, and grain formation, can severely reduce yield even when the seasonal average temperature is within a favorable range, making it perhaps the most critical stage of growth in determining the response of crop yield to high temperatures.
Crop performance is the results of genotypic expression modified by interaction with the environment. One of the environmental factors, that most widely limiting for the crop production is water.
Only a very few studies have been undertaken on sexual organogenesis, sex expression and mode of propogation. Though the information in this book is restricted to the rice plant, this knowledge can be applied to other crops and non-crop plants. It has been written not only for researchers and students in agronomy who are concerned with rice studies and production, but also, for those who are concerned with reproductive physiology and morphogenesis. Many scanning electron microscope pictures and other figures are provided for the sake of clarity and as an aid to the understanding of the reader.