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Photosynthesis and Respiratory Cycles during Environmental Stress Response in Plants



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ISBN 9781774911839
January 26, 2023 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
396 Pages 10 Color & 18 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This new volume aims to be the single book that discusses in a comprehensive and elaborate way the photosynthetic and respiratory mechanisms in plants under hostile situations and the proper mitigating strategies to continue uninterrupted photosynthesis and respiration under such situations. Since photosynthesis and respiration are the two main physiological processes for sugar biosynthesis and mobilization for driving all other vital functions, this volume delivers a wealth of sound knowledge in the related disciplines for the scientists, researchers, and academicians.

With chapters from renowned scientists, researchers, and global leaders in this field, this volume focuses on the effect of environmental stressors on photosynthetic pigments, photosystems, activities of photosynthetic enzymes and protein complexes, PSII photochemistry, carbon fixation pathways, photosynthetic efficiency, glycolytic and Krebs cycle pathways, and ATP production and electron transport chain of plants. The recovery of photosynthesis and respiration through application of phytohormones, signaling molecules, and other protective agents is also emphasized. Genetic engineering to enhance photosynthetic efficiency has also been highlighted.

This valuable book, Photosynthesis and Respiratory Cycles during Environmental Stress Response in Plants, will not only enable us to understand the nature of extensive damages brought to the photosynthetic and respiratory processes but will also provide a blueprint for devising proper mitigation strategies to sustain these two vital processes under challenging environmental conditions.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Plant Responses to Environmental Stress

Preetha Bhadra, Sagar Maitra, and Masina Sairam

2. Abiotic Stress-Mediated Regulation of Photosynthesis and Modulations in Photosynthetic Apparatus: Impact on Photosynthetic Genes and Enzyme Functioning

Awatif M. Abdulmajeed, Sameer H. Qari, Taghreed S. Alnusaire, and Mona H. Soliman

3. Redesigning Plant Photosynthesis Using High-Throughput Techniques for Enhanced and Sustainable Food Production under Environmental Stresses

Syed Sarfraz Hussain, Muhammad Irfan, Abdul Qayyum Rao, Bujun Shi, Ahmed Ali Shahid, and Kadambot H. M. Siddique

4. Light Harvesting Antenna Complex and Its Role in Environmental Stress

Sudip Choudhury, Sunayana Goswami, Anuradha Roy Choudhury, and Saurav Paul

5. Role of C3 Cycle Genes and Enzymes in Overcoming Environmental Stress

Monika Bansal and Shabir H. Wani

6. Rubisco activase as a Response to Environmental Stress in Plants

Sanchayita Rajkhowa, Biswajit Bose, Jyotirmoy Sarma, and Roopa Kumari

7. Photosynthetic Response of Crop Plants under UV Stress

T. T. Dhanya Thomas, K. P. Aswathi Raj, M. S. Amritha, and Jos T. Puthur

8. C4 and CAM Plants with Better Resilience to Environmental Stresses

Wasifa Hafiz Shah, Seerat Saleem, Naveed Ul Mushtaq, Aadil Rasool, Inayatullah Tahir, and Reiaz Ul Rehman

9. Genetic Engineering of C4 Pathway in C3 Plants to Improve Stress Tolerance

L. Jeyanthi Rebecca and Eiji Hirasawa

10. Phytohormones and Antioxidants in the Improvement of Photosynthesis and Respiration Under Environmental Stress

Allah Nawaz, Naqshe Zuhra, Ashar Ayub, Amara Farooq, Ayman El Sabagh, Muhammad Imran Ashraf, Abbas Shoukat, Wajid Umar, and Muhammad Zohaib

11. Regulation of Mitochondrial Respiration during Salt Stress

Naveed Ul Mushtaq, Seerat Saleem, Aadil Rasool, Wasifa Hafiz Shah, Inayatullah Tahir, and Reiaz Ul Rehman

12. Consequences of Oxidative Stress on Glycolysis and Krebs Cycle

Kolluru Viswanatha Chaitanya and Challa Surekha

13. Regulation of Glycolysis and Krebs Cycle During Biotic and Abiotic Stress

Somali Dhal and Harshata Pal

14. Modulation of TCA Cycle and Enzymes during Different Environmental Stresses

Sudip Kumar Mandal, Debajyoti Mukherjee, Sindhujit Roy, Sabyasachi Banerjee, and Sankhadip Bose

15. Stress Signaling Dynamics of Mitochondrial Electron Transport Chain and Oxidative Phosphorylation in Plants

Atasi Routray, Sharbani Bahali, Suchismita Prusty, Sagar Maitra, and Ranjan Kumar Sahoo

16. Protective Chemicals and Metabolites in Stabilizing Photosynthesis and Respiration Machinery during Abiotic Stresses

Ankur Singh and Aryadeep Roychoudhury

17. Carbon Concentration Mechanism during Environmental Stress in Plants

Lopamudra Nayak, Sarangadhar Nayak, Awadhesh Kumar, and Milan Kumar Lal

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Biography

Aryadeep Roychoudhury, PhD, is Assistant Professor at the Department of Biotechnology, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He is involved in active research in the field of abiotic stress responses in plants with perspectives of physiology, molecular biology, and cell signaling under diverse stress conditions. He holds over 20 years of research experience in the concerned discipline. Dr. Roychoudhury is currently handling several government-funded projects on abiotic stress responses in rice and supervising five PhD students as Principal Investigator. To date, he has published over 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals and chapters in books of international and national repute. He has edited many books from reputed publishers and has also guest edited several special issues. He is a regular reviewer of articles in high-impact international journals, a life member of several scientific associations and societies, and the recipient of the Young Scientist Award 2019, conferred by the International Foundation for Environment and Ecology, at the University of Allahabad, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, India. His name is included in the Stanford University’s List of World’s Top 2% Scientists. Dr. Roychoudhury received his BSc (Hons.) in Botany from Presidency College, Kolkata, and his MSc in Biophysics and Molecular Biology from the University of Calcutta, West Bengal, India. He did his PhD at the Bose Institute, Kolkata, under Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.