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Beneficial Chemical Elements of Plants

Recent Developments and Future Prospects

Pandey, Sangeeta / Tripathi, Durgesh K. / Singh, Vijay Pratap / Sharma, Shivesh / Chauhan, Devendra Kumar (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage August 2023
400 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-68880-8
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Understand beneficial elements and their role in the future of botany and agriculture

Beneficial elements are those which, while not essential to plant life, can provide stimulation and enhance plant growth. Properly harnessed, these elements can bolster plant growth in the face of both environmental conditions--including drought, nutrient deficiency, and excessive soil salinity--and biotic stresses like pathogens and animal activity. As climate change and population growth pose increasingly serious challenges to agriculture and essential plant production, it has never been more important to unleash the potential of beneficial elements.

Beneficial Chemical Elements of Plants is an essential resource for researchers and industry specialists looking to enhance their understanding of these elements and the range and variety of their enhancements to plant growth. Written by leading scholars in the field of plant stress tolerance and nutrient enrichment, it discusses not only the rich possibilities of beneficial elements but their mechanisms of action at both biochemical and molecular levels. It details the precise potential roles played by each major beneficial element and surveys a range of elemental responses to specific environmental conditions and plant stresses.

Beneficial Chemical Elements of Plants readers will also find:
* Chapters covering beneficial elements including aluminum, cobalt, sodium, selenium, and silicon
* Discussion of application methods and typical plant responses
* Treatment of beneficial elements in a wider environmental context
* Beneficial element applications to the field of sustainable agriculture

Beneficial Chemical Elements of Plants is a fundamental starting point for researchers and students in the fields of plant physiology, crop science, agriculture, and botany, as well as for professionals in the biotechnology and agricultural industries.

Chapter 1: Beneficial Elements in Plant Life Under Changing Environment
Misbah Naz, Muhammad Ammar Raza, Adnan Bodhla, Sarah Bouzroud, Muhammad Imran Ghani, Muhammad Riaz, Tariq Shah, Akmal Zubair, Imran Bodlah, Xiaorong Fan

Chapter 2: Role of Beneficial Elements in Epigenetic Regulation of Plants in Response to Abiotic Stress Factors
Muhittin Kulak, Adnan Aydin

Chapter 3: Beneficial Elements and Status of ROS and RNS in Plants: Current Evidences and Future Prospects
Biswajita Pradhan, Rabindra Nayak, Srimanta Patra, Chhandashree Behera, Soumya Ranjan Dash and Mrutyunjay Jena

Chapter 4: Biostimulant Effects and Concentration Patterns of Beneficial Elements in Plants
Libia I. Trejo-Téllez, Libia F. Gómez-Trejo and Fernando C. Gómez-Merino

Chapter 5: Targeted Effects of Beneficial Elements in Plant Photosynthetic Process
Costanza Ceccanti, Ermes Lo Piccolo, Lucia Guidi, Marco Landi

Chapter 6: Aluminium Stress in Plants: Consequences and Mitigation Mechanisms
Akbar Hossain, Sagar Maitra, Sukamal Sarker, Abdullah Al Mahmud, Zahoor Ahmad, Reza Mohammad Emon, Hindu Vemuri, Md. Abdul Malek, M. Ashraful Alam, Md. Atikur Rahman, Md. Jahangir Alam, Nasrin Jahan, Preetha Bhadra, Debjyoti Moulik, Saikat Saha, Milan Skalicky, Marian Brestic

Chapter 7: Mechanisms of Cobalt Uptake, Transport and Beneficial Aspects in Plants
Zaid Ulhassan, Aamir Mehmood Shah, Ali Raza Khan, Wardah Azhar, Yasir Hamid, Weijun Zhou

Chapter 8: Cobalt in Plant Life: Responses and Deficiency Symptoms
Xiu Hu, Xiangying Wei, Jie Ling, and Jianjun Chen

Chapter 9: Silicon Uptake, Transport, and Accumulation in Plants
Shivani Sharma, Muntazir Mushtaq, Sreeja Sudhakaran, Vandana Thakral, Gaurav Raturi, Ruchi Bansal, Virender Kumar, Sanskriti Vats, S M Shivaraj, Rupesh Deshmukh

Chapter 10: Silicon in Soil, Plant, and Environment
Mujahid Ali, Muhammad Zia ur Rehman, Asad Jamil, Muhammad Ashar Ayub

Chapter 11: Silicon-Mediated Alleviation of Heavy Metal Stress in Plants
Sana Rana, Muhammad Zia ur Rehman, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Ashar Ayub

Chapter 12: How Does Sodium Content in Growing Media Affect the Chemical Content of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants? Two Sides of the Coin
Ahmet Metin Kumlay, Muhittin Kulak, Mehmet Zeki Kocak, Ferdi Celikcan, and Mehmet Hakki Alma
Chapter 13: Sodium and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants
Misbah Naz, Muhammad Imran Ghani, Muhammad Jawaad Atif , Muhammad Ammar Raza, Sarah Bouzroud, Muhammad Rahil Afzal, Muhammad Riaz, Maratab Ali, Muhammad Tariq, Xiaorong Fan

Chapter 14: Selenium Species in Plant Life: Uptake, Transport, Metabolism and Biochemistry
Zaid Ulhassan, Ali Raza Khan, Wardah Azhar, Yasir Hamid, Durgesh Kumar Tripathi, Weijun Zhou

Chapter 15: Lanthanides as Beneficial Elements for Plants
Fernando C. Gómez-Merino, Libia F. Gómez-Trejo, Rubén Ruvalcaba-Ramírez and Libia I. Trejo-Téllez
Sangeeta Pandey is Assistant Professor at the Amity Institute of Organic Agriculture, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India.

Durgesh Kumar Tripathi is Assistant Professor at the Amity Institute of Organic Agriculture, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India.

Vijay Pratap Singh is Assistant Professor, CMP Degree Collage, University of Allahabad, Prayagraj, India.

Shivesh Sharma is Professor of Department of Biotechnology, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, Prayagraj, India

Devendra Kumar Chauhan is Professor and Head of the Department of Botany at the DD Pant Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.

D. K. Tripathi, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Tech