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Plant Stress Physiology

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Genres: Education & Teaching, Home & Garden, Nonfiction

Book Type:Print & Digital

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"Stress", according to the dictionary, is "pressure or tension exerted on an object". In the treatise that is in your hands, the author has made an unstinted effort to tell you on what and how does "Plant" (meaning "rice") as an object express in submergence. Plant stress, frequently abiotic in nature, triggers a wide variety of plant responses, right from altered gene expression and biochemical metabolism to changes in growth rates, as well as crop yields. Among the abiotic stresses, submergence stress is one of the most adverse factors determining the growth and productivity of rice crops in Barak and Brahmaputra valleys and other hilly terrains of India. This treatise has evaluated both the physiology and bio-chemistry of submergence tolerance as well as intolerance of rice cultivars with different root responses. The author hopes that the treatise would be precious to those who intend to carry out or, for that matter, do research in the subject.

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Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9783846514047

ISBN-10: 3846514047

Publisher: OmniScriptum Publishing

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Language: English

Interior: BW

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Dr. Rishikesh Upadhyay was born, grew up and lives in a small Nepalis’ hamlet, Bhanjang Basti (erstwhile Bhanjyang Basti) via Mahadev Tilla, at Haflong, the district headquarter of North Cachar Hills (now Dima Hasao district), India. He writes articles, nonfiction titles, research articles, children's, poems, etc., and has spent the past decade working and teaching in higher educational institutions.

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