Advances in Plant Physiology

Advances in Plant Physiology

Volume : Current 16 (2015)

Published by Scientific Publishers

Editor-in-Chief: Durgadas P. Kasbekar

ISSN : 0972-9917

EISSN : Coming Soon

Print Frequency : Yearly

Journal Size : 28 x 21 cm

Months of Publishing : June

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The Advances in Plant Physiology, has been edited for holistic development of the science of agriculture and crop production under distinctly changing environment with worthy contributions from exemplary scientists of eminence in unambiguous fields and remarkably fulfilling the exact themes of the volume focusing upon Strategic Developments for Crop Tolerance & Sustainability for making scrupulous research especially under changing climate. Promisingly, 18 thought provoking reviews elevate the status of the Volume 16 with extra dimension, as distributed in seven suitable major sections of Ultra Techniques in Plant Physiology; Abiotic Stresses - Physiological and Molecular Implications; Microbial Diversity and Molecular Strategies in Plant Nutrition; Proteomic Research; Medicinal Plants, In Vitro Regeneration and Natural Products; Plant Physiology in Sustainability of Agriculture; and Section of Comprehensive Review all written by experienced contributors of eminence in vital fields. This volume would be enormously a prolific reference book for acquiring advanced knowledge by faculties, post-graduate and Ph.D. scholars in response to the innovative courses in Plant Physiology, Plant Biochemistry, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences, Plant Pathology, Microbiology, Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry, Agronomy, Horticulture,  and Botany. The Volume 16 would be assisting in enthusing minds of young researchers for making significant research so much required in the present scenario.

Editor-in-Chief:

A. Hemantaranjan

Professor of Plant  Physiology

Department of Plant Physiology, Institute of Agricultural Sciences
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India)
E-mail: hemantaranjan@gmail.com

 

International Co-ordinators and Consulting Editors:

Dr. Fabio M. Da Matta Brazil
Dr. Francois Widmer Switzerland
Dr. Uwe Druege Germany
Dr. E. J. Baran, Argentina
Dr. El Houssine Zaid Morocco
Dr. Uwe Hacke U.S.A.
Dr. Dominique Van Der Straeten Belgium

Dr. Jaume Flexas Spain
Dr. Sergey Shabala Australia
Dr. Katya Georgieva Bulgaria
Dr. Patricia León México
Dr. Hideaki Matsumoto Japan
Dr. Estela M. Valle Argentina
Dr. Heping Yang U.S.A.
Dr. Eugenio Giachetti Italy

National Co-ordinators and Consulting Editors:

Dr. A. Vaishampayan, B.H.U., Varanasi
Dr. P.K. Nagar, I.H.B.T., Palampur
Dr. R. S. Dubey, B.H.U., Varanasi
Dr. P. S. Deshmukh, I.A.R.I., New Delhi
Dr. J.D.S. Panwar, I.A.R.I., New Delhi
Dr. V.P. Singh, I.A.R.I., New Delhi
Dr. K. P. Singh, H.P.A.U., Palampur
Dr. G.S.R. Murti, I.I.H.R., Bangalore

Dr. H. Vijayaraghavan, T.N.A.U., Coimbatore
Dr. Veena Agrawal, D.U., New Delhi
Dr. Neera Garg, P.U., Chandigarh
Dr. Padmanabh Dwivedi, B.H.U., Varanasi
Dr. A. K. Srivastava, N.R.C.C., Nagpur
Dr. Kavita Shah, B.H.U., Varanasi
Dr. R. P. Sinha, B.H.U., Varanasi

Executive Editor:

Dr. Anjali Bharati

R-25, Hyderabad Colony, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India)

Table Of Content


Short Communications

Applications of Liquid Chomatography Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics

( A.K. Trivedi , A. Hemantaranjan )

High-Throughput Phenotyping for Abiotic Stress Tolerance

( Jyoti Kumari , Ruchi Bansal , Sundeep Kumar , V.P. Singh , Vikender Kaur )

Plant Phenotyping under Drought

( K. Vanitha , T. Parthasarathi , V. Ravichandran )

Morpho-Physiological and Molecular Modulations in Plants in Response to Drought

( Bhawna Pant , Bandana Bose , Sananda Mondal )

High Temperature Stress – Physiological, Biochemical and Molecular Impacts and Tolerance Mechanisms

( D. Vijayalakshmi , P. Vivitha )

Improving grain yield in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by stem reserve remobilization under heat stress

( Md. Afjal Ahmad , Pravin Prakash )

Short Term Responses of Crops under Mercury Contamination at Hazardous Waste Sites

( A. Hemantaranjan , Padmanabh Dwivedi , Prasann Kumar )

Molecular Genetics and Physiological Mechanisms of Submergence Tolerance in Rice

( D. Vijayalakshmi , M. Raveendran )

Paclobutrazol: A Potential Growth Regulator under Abiotic Stresses

( A. Hemantaranjan , Dinesh K. Yadav , Preeti Singh , Vijai P. )

Soil Microbial Diversity and Nutrient Transformation as Influenced by introduction of Transgenic Plants

( B. Basak , Debarati Bhaduri , Sharmistha Pal )

An Insight of Iron Chlorosis in Horticultural Crops: Physiological and Molecular Basis, and Possible Management Strategies

( Binayak Chakraborty , Debarati Bhaduri , Koushik Chakraborty )

Significance of Post-translational Modifications for Proteomic Research

( A.K. Trivedi , A. Hemantaranjan )

In Vitro Regeneration and Acclimatization Studies of Some of the Important Endangered Medicinal Plants of Asia

( Kuldeep Yadav , Narender Singh )

Bioassay-Directed Discovery of Natural Products for their Antimicrobial Potential

( Ancy Fernandes , Renu Singh )

Swertia chirayita: Endangered Medicinal Herb of Temperate Himalaya

( Dhiman Mukherjee )

Physiological and Biochemical Properties of Gliricidia: Its Cultivation A Scope for Remunerative Venture for Farmers

( A. Hemantaranjan , Padmanabh Dwivedi , Prasann Kumar )

Thiourea Improves the Performance of Crops

( A. Hemantaranjan , R.S. Meena )

Role of Allelopathy in Sustainable Agriculture-with special reference to Parthenium

( Jayanti Srivastava , Lina Singh , Nisha Raghava , Ravindra P. Raghava )