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Hydrogen Sulfide in Plant Biology - 
      Samiksha Singh
    
      Vijay Pratap Singh
    
      Durgesh Kumar Tripathi
    
      Sheo Mohan Prasad
    
      Devendra Kumar Chauhan
    
      N. K. Dubey

Hydrogen Sulfide in Plant Biology

Past and Present

Samiksha Singh (Redaktør) ; Vijay Pratap Singh (Redaktør) ; Durgesh Kumar Tripathi (Redaktør) ; Sheo Mohan Prasad (Redaktør) ; Devendra Kumar Chauhan (Redaktør) ; N. K. Dubey (Redaktør)

Hydrogen Sulfide in Plant Biology: Past and Present includes 17 chapters, with topics from cross-talk and lateral root development under stress, to post-translational modifications and disease resistance. Les mer
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Hydrogen Sulfide in Plant Biology: Past and Present includes 17 chapters, with topics from cross-talk and lateral root development under stress, to post-translational modifications and disease resistance. With emerging research on the different roles and applications of H2S, this title compiles the latest advances of this key signaling molecule. The development of a plant requires complex signaling of various molecules like H2S in order to achieve regulated and proper development, hence hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has emerged as an important signaling molecule that regulates nearly each and every stage of a plant’s lifecycle.

Edited by leading experts in the field, this is a must-read for scientists and researchers interested in plant physiology, biochemistry and ecology.
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Forlag: Academic Press Inc
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780323858625
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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1. Hydrogen Sulfide Regulates Temperature Stress in Plants 2. Crosstalk of hydrogen sulfide with melatonin and nitric oxide in ripening of fruits 3. Role of hydrogen sulfide in alleviating oxidative stress in plants through induction of antioxidative defense mechanism, and modulations of physiological and biochemical components 4. Regulation of metal stress toxicity in plants by the hydrogen sulfide 5. Hydrogen sulfide and lateral root development in plants under stress 6. Role of H2S in abiotic stress tolerance in plants 7. Role of H2S in plants: A current update 8. Hydrogen sulfide and nitric oxide crosstalk in plants under stress 9. Gene regulation by H2S in plants 10. Hydrogen sulfide and ROS cross talk and acquisition of abiotic stress tolerance 11. Regulation of salinity stress by H2S in plants 12. Regulation of drought stress by H2S in plants 13. Hydrogen sulfide and phytohormones crosstalk in plant defense against pathogen attack 14. Regulation of radiation stress in plants by H2S 15. Hydrogen sulfide and phytohormones crosstalk in plant defense against abiotic stress 16. Role of Hydrogen sulfide and Ca signaling in abiotic stress tolerance in plants 17. Hydrogen sulfide homeostasis in plants: An overview
Samiksha Singh is working as a D.Phil. research scholar in Department of Botany, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India. She has obtained her M.Sc. degree in Environmental Science from Lucknow University. Her area of research interest is management of abiotic stress in plants using biochemical and molecular approach.

Samiksha Singh is a Junior Research Fellow in the Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Laboratory, Department of Botany, University of Allahabad, India. Her area of research interest is management of metal stress in plants using biochemical and molecular approach with emphasis on nitric oxide and hydrogen sulfide signaling. She has authored 33 publications in reputed international journals. She has edited books with Wiley, Nova Science Publisher, Studium Press and others. Dr. Singh obtained his PhD from the University of Allahabad on topic “Oxidative stress and antioxidant system in some cyanobacteria simultaneously exposed to UV-B and heavy metal.” He has authored 102 publications, as well as editorials in reputed journals. His area of research interest is the role of nitric oxide and hydrogen sulphide signalling in the regulation of abiotic stress in plants. Dr. Singh is also working as an editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals.

Vijay Pratap Singh is an Assistant Professor, Department of Botany C.M.P. Post Graduate College, University of Allahabad, India. Dr. Singh has obtained his D.Phil. degree from University of Allahabad. He has authored 95 publications including book chapters and editorials in reputed journals. He has edited several books with Elsevier, Wiley, CRC Press, Nova Publisher, Studium Press, etc. His area of research interest is regulation of abiotic stress in plants with special emphasis on nitric oxide, hydrogen sulfide, reactive oxygen species and phytohormonal signaling. Dr. Singh is also working as an editor and reviewer of reputed international journals. Dr. Tripathi has authored 105 publications in reputed journals, and most of them are based on management of abiotic stress by the addition of silicon. His research interest is the impact of ROS on structural, biochemical, and molecular changes in crop plants under Si nutrition. He is also working as an editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals.

Durgesh Kunar Tripathi is a Senior Assistant Professor at the Amity Institute of Organic Agriculture, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. He has authored 94 publications in reputed journals and most of them are based on management of abiotic stress by the addition of silicon. His research interest is impact of ROS on structural, biochemical and molecular changes in crop plants under Si nutrition. Dr. Tripathi is also working as editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals and has edited 3 books. Professor Prasad obtained his academic degrees from Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, India. He has authored 150 scientific publications. His main areas of research are the physiology and biochemistry of plants, and cyanobacteria under abiotic stresses (e.g., UV-B, heavy metals, pesticides, temperature, salinity, high light), with special reference to abiotic stress management. Professor Prasad is also working as an editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals.


Sheo Mohan Prasad is as a Professor in the Department of Botany, University of Allahabad, having obtained his academic degrees from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. Professor Prasad has authored 160 scientific publications. His main area of research is physiology and biochemistry of plants as well as cyanobacteria under abiotic stresses i.e. UV-B, heavy metals, pesticides, temperature, salinity, high light, etc with special reference to abiotic stress management. Professor Prasad is also working as editor and reviewer of several reputed international journals. He has edited several volumes of books with CRC Press, Wiley, Nova Publisher, Studiem Press, etc. Devendra Kumar Chauhan is a Professor and Head of Department of Botany at the University of Allahabad, India. He has 35 years’ worth of teaching experience, has edited 5 books and contributed 15 book chapters. He has 76 publications in total and is on the editorial board for 5 different journals, including the American Journal of Current Biology and Ethnobotany: International Journal of the Society of Ethnobotanists. His research interests include palaeobotany, evolutionary biology, phytoremediation, plant stress physiology and agro-nanotechnology. Dr Dubey has won awards for both his teaching and his research, and is currently a fellow of the National Academy of Sciences. His work spans across botany and food microbiology. He has published over 160 papers and has contributed to 7 books, in addition to holding a number of patents.