- Biosaline Agriculture and High Salinity Tolerance[electronic resource] / edited by Chedly Abdelly, M체nir 횜zt체rk, Muhammad Ashraf, Claude Grignon.
- Abdelly, Chedly., editor., 횜zt체rk, M체nir., editor., Ashraf, Muhammad., editor., Grignon, Claude., editor.
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- XVIII, 370 p. 102 illus. : online resource.
- Physiology and biochemistry -- Survival at extreme locations: Life strategies of halophytes - The long way from system ecology, whole plant physiology, cell biochemistry and molecular aspects back to sustainable utilization at field sites -- Growth enhancement in two potential cereal crops, maize and wheat, by exogenous applicationation of glycinebetaine -- In vitro tissue culture approaches for the study of salt stress in citrus -- Seawater effects on antioxidant production in berries of three cultivars of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum mill.) -- Identification of morphological, biochemical and physiological parameters for characterizing nutritional stress status in arboreous species differently tolerant to chlorosis -- Seawater irrigation: Effects on growth and nutrient uptake of sunflower plants -- Diversity in the response of two potential halophytes (Batis maritima and Crithmum maritimum) to salt stress -- Differential effects of sodium salts on the germination of a native halophytic species from South America: Prosopis strombulifera (Lam.) Benth -- Growth and nitrogen-fixing performances of medicago truncatula-Sinorhizobium meliloti symbioses under salt (NaCl) stress: Micro- and macro-symbiont contribution into symbiosis tolerance -- Physiological responses of two arabidopsis thaliana isolates, N1438 and Col, to different salts -- Physiology of salt tolerance in Atriplex halimus L. -- Comparison of salinity tolerance of two related subspecies of Beta vulgaris: The sea beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. maritima) and the sugar beet (Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris) -- Salinity influence on soil microbial population metabolism and enzymatic activities in lysimeter-grown Olea europaea and Nicotiana glauca -- Ecology -- Halophyte plant diversity in the Irano-Turanian phytogeographical region of Turkey -- Potential use of halophytes with emphasis on fodder production in coastal areas of Pakistan -- Role of seed banks in the dynamics of desert communities -- Study of kochia (Kochia scoparia) as a forage crop -- Biodiversity of plant species and adaptation to drought and salt conditions. Selection of species for sustainable reforestation activity to combat desertification -- Potentiality of salt marshes in Mediterranean coastal zone of Egypt -- Studies on the halophyte desert vegetation in the Northern Caspian Region (Caspian Lowland and Mangyshlak) -- Halophyte utilization for biodiversity and productivity of degraded pasture restoration in arid regions of Central Asia and Russia -- Selection of a halophyte that could be used in the bioreclamation of salt-affected soils in arid and semi-arid regions -- New approaches for biosaline agriculture development, management and conservation of sandy desert ecosystems -- Computer supported system for the risk assessment and action recommendation for the water objects in Uzbekistan based on the already developed databank -- Molecular biology -- Functional genomics to discover genes for salt tolerance in annual and perennial plants -- Molecular analyses of a dehydration-related gene from the DREB family in durum, wheat and triticale -- Expression analysis of salt stress responsive genes in grapevines -- Molecular biology and transport properties of grapevine Na+/H+ antiporter -- Opposite lipid signaling pathways tightly control proline accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana and Thellungiella halophila -- Cadmium and copper genotoxicity in plants -- Effect of salinity on growth, leaf-phenolic content and antioxidant scavenging activity in Cynara cardunculus L. -- Closing remarks -- Contributions to the 2006 meeting on sustainable utilization of cash crop halophytes in Tunis.
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