Plant Oxidative Stress: Biology, Physiology and Mitigation
Hasanuzzaman, Mirza (editor)
Fujita, Masayuki (editor)
This Special Issue, “Plant Oxidative Stress: Biology, Physiology, and Mitigation”, published 11 original research works and 1 review article that discussed the various aspects of ROS Biology, metabolism, and the physiological mechanisms and approaches to mitigating oxidative stress. These types of research studies show further directions for the development of crop plants that are tolerant to abiotic stress in the era of climate change.
Keywordsheat stress; grafting; cucumber; bitter-melon rootstock; polyamines; photosynthesis; salicylic acid; chlorophyll fluorescence; excess boron; lipid peroxidation; enzymatic antioxidant; glutathione; proline; stomatal conductance; arsenic stress; soybean; growth; antioxidant enzymes; ascorbate–glutathione cycle; glyoxalase system; altitudinal variation; antioxidant activity; bioactive compounds; endemic species; oxidative damage; sequential application of antioxidants; salinity; Cucumis sativus; photosynthetic efficiency; antioxidant defense systems; antioxidants; cadmium; oxidative stress; peptone; spinach; alpha-tocopherol; foliar spray; okra varieties; salt; drought; plants; ROS; genomics; approaches; integration; abiotic stress; antioxidant defense; phytohormones; pulse crop; water deficit; AsA-GSH pathway; methylglyoxal; micronutrient; osmoregulation; reactive oxygen species; trace elements; Olea europaea L.; selenium biofortification; olive pollen; cytosolic Ca2+; Cucurbita pepo (L.); mineral uptake; nucleic acids; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences
Botany & plant sciences