By Matthew A. Jenks, Paul M. Hasegawa, Shri Mohan Jain
Plant rigidity because of drought and salinity are one of the significant constraints on crop creation and meals defense around the globe. Breeding courses to enhance crop yield in dry and saline environments have advanced slowly because of our constrained realizing of the underlying physiological, biochemical, developmental, and genetic mechanisms that make sure plant responses to those types of rigidity, in addition to to technical problems in combining favorable alleles to create the enhanced excessive yielding genotypes wanted for those environments. Advances in Molecular Breeding towards Drought and Salt Tolerant plants seeks to combine the latest findings approximately key organic determinants of plant rigidity tolerance with glossy crop development suggestions. This quantity is exclusive simply because is presents tremendously extensive assurance of present wisdom and services being utilized in drought and salt tolerance learn, spanning the clinical hierarchy from body structure, biochemistry, improvement, and genetics, to the latest applied sciences getting used to govern drought and salinity linked features for germplasm development. This ebook should be a useful reference for educators and researchers in agronomy and horticulture, crop breeding, molecular genetics, and biotechnology.
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