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Horticultural Plants Facing Stressful Conditions - Ways of Stress Mitigation

Horticultural Plants Facing Stressful Conditions - Ways of Stress Mitigation

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We are pleased to introduce this collection of research papers entitled "Horticultural Plants Facing Stressful Conditions - Strategies for Stress Mitigation". This reprint comprises twelve research papers and a review paper exploring the impact of stress factors on plant growth and ways to eliminate or mitigate them. The studies investigate various plant species, including sunflowers, zinnias, orchids, buttercups, tomatoes, snap beans, lettuce, jojoba, grapevines, strawberries and apple trees. The impact of stress caused by high temperatures, spring frosts, drought, salinity, copper and asbestos on the physiological, biochemical and anatomical changes in plants at the cellular, tissue, organ and whole-plant levels was described by the authors. The presented issues are crucial for comprehending the metabolic, molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying the enhancement of plant resistance to environmental stresses. This reprint focuses on three essential topics: (1) using exogenous compounds and bioinoculants to increase stress tolerance, (2) improving the quality and nutritional value of fruits and vegetables and (3) planting ornamental plants in polluted areas. Each paper has been meticulously prepared and contains figures, tables and a list of references to support a deeper understanding of the subject matter. In our opinion, this revised reprint will benefit scientists who are specifically interested in horticulture, plant physiology, biochemistry, microbiology and environmental sustainability.

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Keywords

  • adaptive responses
  • adaptogenic preparations
  • antioxidant enzymes
  • antioxidant proteins
  • antioxidant systems
  • Antioxidants
  • biofortification
  • Biology, Life Sciences
  • brassinolide
  • Brassinosteroids
  • buttercup
  • calcium signaling
  • cell-wall lignification
  • chlorophyll a fluorescence
  • Climate Change
  • defense genes
  • drought
  • foliar sprays
  • free radicals
  • fruit quality
  • G proteins
  • gas exchange
  • grapevine
  • Growth
  • high temperature
  • ion accumulation
  • ion leakage
  • JA signaling
  • jojoba
  • Lactuca sativa L.
  • landscaping of urban areas
  • leaf anatomy
  • Lipid Peroxidation
  • malondialdehyde
  • Mathematics & science
  • Melatonin
  • Microbiology (non-medical)
  • mitigation
  • mitogen-activated protein kinase
  • moderate salinity
  • n/a
  • nano-silicon
  • non-enzymatic antioxidants
  • nonessential elements
  • nutrient homeostasis
  • Orchidaceae
  • ornamental plant introduction
  • osmolytes
  • Phaseolus vulgaris L
  • phenolics
  • phenylpropanoid metabolic-pathway genes
  • Photosynthesis
  • Phytohormones
  • Pigments
  • plant hormones
  • plant water status
  • POD activity
  • polyamine oxidation
  • priming of defense
  • Proline
  • Proteins
  • putrescine and saline conditions
  • Quality
  • Reactive Oxygen Species
  • redox balance
  • redox-active metal
  • Reference, information & interdisciplinary subjects
  • Research & information: general
  • SA signaling
  • Salinity
  • salt stress
  • seawater
  • serpentine outcrops
  • Solanum lycopersicum L.
  • Solar radiation
  • STI
  • strawberry
  • Stress
  • stressful conditions
  • temperature
  • thema EDItEUR::G Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary subjects::GP Research and information: general
  • thema EDItEUR::P Mathematics and Science::PS Biology, life sciences
  • thema EDItEUR::P Mathematics and Science::PS Biology, life sciences::PSG Microbiology (non-medical)
  • tolerance
  • tolerance of spring frosts
  • total phenolic content
  • ultrastructure
  • yield
  • zinnia

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DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-0365-9445-3

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