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Brief information of the department:. Plant Physiology is one of the core fields in agriculture which can be very supportive for horticulture, plant breeding, biotechnology, biochemistry and agronomy as well as plant protection for stress resistance research and other related field. Imparting training and practical exposure to undergraduate and post graduate students for operating modern plant physiological tools viz. To initiate department P. To initiate stress physiology Salinity, Drought, Heat etc related research programmes of the crops of local as well as that of Gujarat region.
Jens N. Greer, William A. Laing, John W. Flesh firmness and dry matter also increased with decreasing crop load. Photosynthetic activity decreased linearly with increasing concentration of leaf starch, but was positively and significantly related to stomatal conductance.
This is an update of the 4th Edition and is superbly done. Nitrogen metabolism -- Chapter The E-mail message field is required. The Plant Physiology and Development Companion Website available free of charge includes a rich collection of material that enhances the textbook's coverage on a wide range of topics. Embryogenesis, vegetative growth and organogenesis -- Chapter The figures have all been formatted and color-enhanced for optimal projection in the … Web Topics and Web Essays are referenced throughout the textbook. Download PDF Package.
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Salinity is a major abiotic stress limiting growth and productivity of plants in many areas of the world due to increasing use of poor quality of water for irrigation and soil salinization. Plant adaptation or tolerance to salinity stress involves complex physiological traits, metabolic pathways, and molecular or gene networks. A comprehensive understanding on how plants respond to salinity stress at different levels and an integrated approach of combining molecular tools with physiological and biochemical techniques are imperative for the development of salt-tolerant varieties of plants in salt-affected areas. Recent research has identified various adaptive responses to salinity stress at molecular, cellular, metabolic, and physiological levels, although mechanisms underlying salinity tolerance are far from being completely understood. This paper provides a comprehensive review of major research advances on biochemical, physiological, and molecular mechanisms regulating plant adaptation and tolerance to salinity stress.
Plant physiology is a subdiscipline of botany concerned with the functioning, or physiology , of plants.
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