Special Issue

Plant Abiotic Stress

Submission Deadline: 10 March 2022
Articles: 1
Special Issue Editor
Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. Mirza Hasanuzzaman
Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, Sher-eBangla Agricultural University, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
Expertise: Plant Stress Physiology; Agronomy; Plant Nutrition
Prof. Dr. Masayuki Fujita
Laboratory of Plant Stress Responses, Department of Plant Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University, Miki-cho, Kita-gun, Kagawa 761-0795, Japan
Expertise: Plant Biochemistry; Plant Stress Responses
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

With ever-increasing population, food security is a great concern nowadays. To assure food security, boosting up food production is very urgent. But due to global climate change, food security is under threat. As plants have no chance to move from their habitat, so they face environmental/abiotic stress. These include drought, waterlogging, salinity, temperature extremes (high and low), ozone, metal/metalloid toxicity, and other organic or inorganic pollutants. These stresses hamper plant growth, create stomata closure, reduce photosynthesis, alter respiration and transpiration, accumulate toxic molecules, disturb reproduction and finally decrease yield. Abiotic stresses are responsible for remarkable yield loss. All abiotic stresses are responsible for oxidative damage in plants and plants can minimize this damage through an antioxidant defense mechanism. To mitigate these effects of stress, various types of approaches towards stress tolerance have been studied and developed by plant biologists. It is very important to study plant stress physiology and the mechanism of survival under stress conditions to develop stress tolerance varieties through genetic/molecular tools. There is a thirst for further study to reveal the mechanism of plant survival and develop a new strategy to make the plant more adaptive under stress conditions. In the last few decades, a lot of progress has been made in understanding plant abiotic stress responses. This special issue will host such progress. Both research and review articles are welcome.

Prof. Dr. Mirza Hasanuzzaman and Prof. Dr. Masayuki Fujita

Guest Editor

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Keywords
Environmental Stress; Salinity; Drought; Metal/Metalloid Toxicity; Waterlogging; ROS; Antioxidants; Plant Signaling and Behavior
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Review

An updated overview of the physiological and molecular responses of rice to anoxia

Malay Kumar Adak, Indraneel Saha, Debabrata Dolui, Mirza Hasanuzzaman
Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark Volume 26 Issue 11, pp.1240-1255
Managing Editor: Changsoo Kim
DOI: 10.52586/5021 Published: 30 November 2021