Microbes for Plant Stress Management
It is predicted that the world population will reach about 9.7 billion by the year 2050 and to feed this population the food production has to be increased proportionately. Further we are all concerned about climate which in turn results in abiotic stresses like drought, salinity, etc. These abiotic stresses will seriously affect crop productivity. This approach has gained popularity in the recent years and seems to be a potential option for the future. The present book brings out the role of different groups of microorganisms in alleviating abiotic stress in crop plants.
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Table of Contents
1. Exploring Microbes from Extreme Environments for Crop Productivity and Environmental Sustainability 2. Rhizomicrobiome – A Biological Software to Augment Soil Fertility and Plant Induced Systemic Tolerance Under Abiotic Stress 3. Bioconversion of Municipal Solid Waste and its Use in Soil Fertility 4. Microorganisms for Abiotic Stress Management in Crop Plants: Recent Developments in India 5. Endurance to Stress: An Insight into Innate Stress Management Mechanisms in Plants 6. Plant Growth Promoting Microbes: Potential Tool for Growth and Development of Plants in Abiotic Stress Environments 7. Endophytes and Their Possible Roles in Plant Stress Management 8. Application of Endophytic Microorganisms for Alleviation of Abiotic Stresses in Crop Plants 9. The Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Salt and Drought Stresses 10. Effect of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Abiotic Stress on Growth and Productivity of Important Cash Crops 11. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: Role in Alleviating Salt Stress in Crop Plants 12. Contribution of AMF in the Remediation of Drought Stress in Soybean Plants 13. Microbial Bioinoculants for Quality Seedling Production in Forestry 14. Microbial Synthesis of Nanoparticles for Use in Agriculture Ecosystem
D.J. Bagyaraj is the Chairman at Centre for Natural Biological Resources and Community Development, Bangalore, India.
Jamaluddin is Emeritus Scientist (CSIR) at Department of Biological Science, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India