Tolerance to Drought and Salt Stress in Plants
The current climate change scenario is accelerating degradation, desertification, and salinization; the latter two are major threats to agriculture worldwide. Elucidating plant stress tolerance mechanisms is critical to relieving the effects of drought and salt stresses on plant growth. This topic will focus on recent advances in drought and salt tolerance in crop plants. Original research articles, reviews, and short communications are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Roberto Barbato
Prof. Dr. Veronica De Micco
- drought stress
- salt stress
- climate change
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International Journal of Plant Biologyijpb
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