1. ROS and Oxidative Stress: Origin and Implication
2. ROS and Antioxidants: Relationship in Green Cells
3. ROS in Ageing and Senescence
4. ROS and Oxidative Modification of Cellular Components
5. ROS in Plant-Pathogen Interaction and Programmed Cell Death
6. ROS and Regulation of Photosynthesis
7. ROS Associated Stress Tolerance and Signaling
8. ROS: Central Component of Signaling Network in Plant Cell under Stress
9. ROS and Oxidative Stress in Crop Plants: Insight from Genomic and Proteonomic Era.
This book highlights the latest advances made in the niche area of Reactive Oxygen Species and Redox processes in plants. It offers a valuable guide for researchers and students alike, providing insights into sensing, detox scavenging, the role in oxidative deterioration, and signaling associated with redox-regulatory processes in plants. The book also dramatically demonstrates how these amazingly resourceful molecular species and radicals are poised at the core of a sophisticated network of signaling pathways, and act as vital regulators of plants’ cell physiology and cellular responses to the environment.
The molecular language associated with ROS-mediated signal transduction, which produces modulations in gene expression that determine plants’ stress acclamatory performance, is also discussed. The book subsequently provides information on current trends in redox proteomics and genomics, which include efforts to gain a fuller understanding of these redox players’ role in cellular processes, and to further the application of this knowledge to technology and agriculture. Given its scope and format, the book offers a valuable asset for students of Plant Sciences, Agriculture, and Molecular Biology, as well as readers engaged in research on and teaching ROS Biology.
• Discusses the current theme of Stress Biology i.e. the central role of Reactive Oxygen Species in a single volume
• Covers the journey from fundamentals of ROS to its signaling aspect based on the recent data of Genomics and Proteonomics
• Emphasizes on the new development in ROS Biology and oxidative stress