2013

Ecophysiology and Responses of Plants under Salt Stress

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-4746-7 (Print) 978-1-4614-4747-4 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-24

    Salt Stress: Causes, Types and Responses of Plants

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    Pages 25-87

    Plant Response to Salt Stress and Role of Exogenous Protectants to Mitigate Salt-Induced Damages

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    Pages 89-114

    Effects of Salinity on Ion Transport, Water Relations and Oxidative Damage

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    Pages 115-148

    Halotolerance in Lichens: Symbiotic Coalition Against Salt Stress

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    Pages 149-168

    Changes in Photosystem II in Response to Salt Stress

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    Pages 169-201

    Adaptive Plasticity of Salt-Stressed Root Systems

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    Pages 203-211

    Salt Tolerance in Rice: Present Scenario and Future Prospects

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    Pages 213-248

    Aquaporins: Role Under Salt Stress in Plants

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    Pages 249-265

    Oilseed Crop Productivity Under Salt Stress

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    Pages 267-282

    Abscisic Acid and Biomass Partitioning in Tomato Under Salinity

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    Pages 283-314

    Phenolic Content Changes in Plants Under Salt Stress

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    Pages 315-353

    Polyamines and Their Roles in the Alleviation of Ion Toxicities in Plants

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    Pages 355-379

    Role of Polyamines in Alleviating Salt Stress

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    Pages 381-412

    Role of Jasmonates in Plant Adaptation to Stress

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    Pages 413-424

    Role of Nitric Oxide in Improving Plant Resistance Against Salt Stress

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    Pages 425-441

    Nitrogen and Phosphorus Nutrition Under Salinity Stress

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    Pages 443-472

    Potentiality of Sulphur-Containing Compounds in Salt Stress Tolerance

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    Pages 473-494

    Soil and Water Management for Sustained Agriculture in Alluvial Plains and Flood Plains Exposed to Salinity: A Case of Neretva River Valley

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 495-510