Photosynthesis under Biotic and Abiotic Environmental Stress

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October 2023
318 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-9143-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-9142-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Photosynthesis under Biotic and Abiotic Environmental Stress that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology

Dive into the fascinating world of photosynthesis through the latest publications. This comprehensive work delves deep into the intricate regulatory mechanisms that underpin the vital process of photosynthesis. From the molecular reactions at the core to the overarching responses of entire plants, explore the diverse facets of this fundamental phenomenon. Discover how plants adeptly adapt to an ever-changing and often challenging environment. Gain valuable insights with real-world applications, spanning agriculture, forestry, and biotechnology. Whether you're a scientist, educator, or enthusiast, this reprint promises to unravel the mysteries of life's essential processes. Join us in this exploration of photosynthesis as we bridge the gap between scientific inquiry and practical knowledge, ensuring a sustainable future for both natural ecosystems and cultivated environments.

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abiotic stressors; environmental stress; growth; light intensity; photosynthetic pigments; picocyanobacteria; plant physiology; Alternaria brassicicola; chlorophyll a fluorescence; chloroplast ultrastructure; defense response; microarray; photosynthesis; susceptibility; environmental stress; abiotic stressors; chlorophyll fluorescence; growth; photosynthetic pigments; plant physiology; extremely low frequency magnetic field; Schumann resonance frequencies; photosynthetic light reactions; non-photochemical quenching; quantum yield of photosystem II; wheat; pea; endophytes; culture filtrate; exogenously hormone; Phaseolus vulgaris; antioxidant enzymes; antioxidants; carotenoids; chlorophyll fluorescence; photochemical efficiency; protein; tocopherol; xanthophyll cycle; zeaxanthin; root; rhizosphere; rhizobacteria; root morphology; abiotic stresses; phase-sensitive imaging; magnetopriming; UV exclusion; leaf venation; leaf hydraulics; high light; thylakoid membrane; microdomains; carotenoids; photoprotection; Synechocystis; non-photochemical quenching; photoinhibition; photosystems; seed priming; nanotechnology; germination; seed resistance; sustainability; cold plasma technology; machine learning; proton gradient regulation 5 (PGR5); PGR5-like photosynthetic phenotype 1 (PGRL1); photosynthetic electron transport; PSI photoinhibition; oxidation of P700; oxidative stress; combined effect; Pisum sativum L.; nanoparticles; cerium oxide; zinc oxide; metal uptake; photosynthesis; hydroponic culture; photomorphogenesis; Pinus sylvestris; light of various spectral composition; photosynthesis; chlorophyll fluorescence; gene expression; pigment content; carotenoids; lipid droplets; microalgae; Raman spectroscopy; Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy; cyanobacteria; heavy metals; photosynthesis; nitrogenase; heterocyst; n/a