Phytohormones in Abiotic Stress

Phytohormones in Abiotic Stress

Ramlal, Ayyagari; Rajendran, R Ambika; Singh, Virendra Pal; Raju, Dhandapani

Taylor & Francis Ltd

06/2024

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9781032371931

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Unit I: Introduction

Chapter 1: Hormones: biosynthesis to roles in plants

Chapter 2: Plant hormones mediated alleviation of abiotic stress

Chapter 3: Recent discoveries and prospects of phytohormones

Unit II: Phytohormones in abiotic stresses

Section I: Traditional phytohormones

Chapter 4: Role of abscisic acid in abiotic stresses

Chapter 5: Auxins in abiotic stresses

Chapter 6: Regulatory role of cytokinin in abiotic stress tolerance of plants

Chapter 7: Ethylene in abiotic stresses

Chapter 8: Roles of gibberellic acid in abiotic stresses

Section II: Non-traditional phytohormones

Chapter 9: Role of brassinosteroids in abiotic stresses

Chapter 10: Indoleamines in abiotic stresses

Chapter 11: Jasmonic acid: A critical player in abiotic stress

Chapter 12: Roles of karrikins in abiotic stresses

Chapter 13: Nitric oxide and its roles in dealing with abiotic stress

Chapter 14: Responses of oxylipins to abiotic stresses

Chapter 15: Role of polyamines in abiotic stresses

Chapter 16: Peptide hormones with emphasis on abiotic stress tolerance in plants

Chapter 17: Role of salicylic acid in abiotic stresses

Chapter 18: Strigolactones: Mediator in abiotic stress responses

Unit III: Molecular interactions and future prospects

Chapter 19: Signalling transduction, molecular interactions and crosstalk of hormones during abiotic stress

Chapter 20: Engineering phytohormones for development of tolerant varieties

Chapter 21: Phytohormones: Past, Present and Future
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Hormones, Phytohormones, Abscisic acid, Brassinosteroids, Oxylipins, Signalling transduction