Recent Approaches in Omics for Plant Resilience to Climate Change

  • Shabir Hussain Wani

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Giridara Kumar Surabhi, Bijayalaxmi Badajena, Santosh Kumar Sahoo
    Pages 35-56
  3. Mahmood Maleki, Mansour Ghorbanpour, Shahab Nikabadi, Shabir Hussain Wani
    Pages 75-91
  4. Prasanth Tej Kumar Jagannadham, Senthilkumar K. Muthusamy, Parameswaran Chidambaranathan
    Pages 93-108
  5. Deepu Pandita, Shabir Hussain Wani
    Pages 109-133
  6. Anamika, Sahil Mehta, Baljinder Singh, Anupam Patra, Md. Aminul Islam
    Pages 135-169
  7. Joydeep Banerjee, Arpita Das, Maryam Vahedi, Saikat Gantait
    Pages 171-188
  8. Muhammad Waqas, Muhammad Tehseen Azhar, Iqrar Ahmad Rana, Anjuman Arif, Rana Muhammad Atif
    Pages 189-227
  9. Sundus Zafar, Amina Iqbal, Muhammad Tehseen Azhar, Rana Muhammad Atif, Iqrar Ahmad Rana, Hafiz Mamoon Rehman et al.
    Pages 229-249
  10. Muhammad Salman, Sajid Majeed, Iqrar Ahmad Rana, Rana Muhammad Atif, Muhammad Tehseen Azhar
    Pages 251-277
  11. Subhankar Mohanty, Giridara Kumar Surabhi
    Pages 279-312
  12. Mamta Arya, Anuradha Bhartiya, J. P. Aditya, Gyanesh Satpute, Milind Ratnaparkhe
    Pages 313-329
  13. Aafreen Sakina, Wasia Wani, Muntazir Mushtaq, Shabir Hussain Wani, Asif B. Shikari
    Pages 331-356
  14. Priyanka Dhakate, Prateek Sharma, Sahil Mehta, Javed Akter, Vacha Bhatt, Sonali Chandanshive et al.
    Pages 357-387
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 389-401

About this book


This edited volume summarizes the recent advancements made in plant science including molecular biology and genome editing , particularly in the development of novel pathways tolerant to climate change-induced stresses such as drought, extreme temperatures, cold, salinity, flooding, etc. These stresses are liable for decrease in yields in many crop plants at global level. Till date conventional plant breeding approaches have resulted in significant improvement of crop plants for producing higher yields during adverse climatic conditions. However, the pace of  improvement through conventional plant breeding  needs to be accelerated in keeping with the growing demand of food and increasing human populationl, particularly in developing world. This book serves as a comprehensive reference material for researchers, teachers, and students involved in climate change-related abiotic stress tolerance studies in plants.


Omics Proteomics Metabolomics Ionimics Microomics Genomics Drought Salinity Cold Flooding Abiotic stress tolerance Plant stress tolerance

Editors and affiliations

  1. 1.Mountain Research Centre for Field CropsKhudwani, SKUAST-KashmirIndia

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