RECENT PLANT STRESS SCIENCE REVIEWS   (Updated Aug 30, 2017)

                                                                                                               

     A list of recent peer-reviewed scientific review articles on plant stress topics

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Author(s)

Year

Title

Source

 

Drought (water) stress                                  Back to top

 

9671

Ottó Toldi, Zoltán Tuba and Peter Scott

2009

Vegetative desiccation tolerance: Is it a goldmine for bioengineering crops?

Plant Physiol.Biochem.47:187-199

9712

David W. Lawlor and Wilmer Tezara

2009

Causes of decreased photosynthetic rate and metabolic capacity in water-deficient leaf cells: a critical evaluation of mechanisms and integration of processes

Ann.Bot.103:561-579

9713

Owen K. Atkin and David Macherel

2009

The crucial role of plant mitochondria in orchestrating drought tolerance

Ann.Bot.103:581-597

9715

Oula Ghannoum

2009

C4 photosynthesis and water stress

Ann.Bot.103:635-644

9716

Ana Herrera

2009

Crassulacean acid metabolism and fitness under water deficit stress: if not for carbon gain, what is facultative CAM good for?

Ann.Bot.103:645-653

9721

Anami Sylvester; De Block Marc; Machuka Jesse; Van Lijsebettens Mieke

2009

Molecular Improvement of Tropical Maize for Drought Stress Tolerance in Sub-Saharan Africa

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.28:16-35

9764

Caroline Sirichandra, Aleksandra Wasilewska, Florina Vlad, Christiane Valon and Jeffrey Leung

2009

The guard cell as a single-cell model towards understanding drought tolerance and abscisic acid action

J.Exp.Bot.60:1439-1463

9832

John P. Moore, Ngoc Tuan Le, Wolf F. Brandt, Azeddine Driouich and Jill M. Farrant

2009

Towards a systems-based understanding of plant desiccation tolerance

Trends Plant Sci.14:110-117

9866

E.M. Agbicodo, C.A. Fatokun, S. Muranaka, R.G.F. Visser and C.G. Linden van der

2009

Breeding drought tolerant cowpea: constraints, accomplishments, and future prospects

Euphytica 167:353-370

9868

Abraham Blum

2009

Effective use of water (EUW) and not water-use efficiency (WUE) is the target of crop yield improvement under drought stress

Field Crops Res.112:119-123

9930

Muhammad Farooq  Abdul Wahid  Dong-Jin Lee   Osamu Ito  Kadambot H.M. Siddique

2009

Advances in Drought Resistance of Rice

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.28:199 – 217

9958

D.Z. Habash, Z. Kehel and M. Nachit

2009

Genomic approaches for designing durum wheat ready for climate change with a focus on drought

J.Exp.Bot.60:2805-2815

9959

Andrew P. Whitmore and W. Richard Whalley

2009

Physical effects of soil drying on roots and crop growth

J.Exp.Bot.60:2845-2857

9972

Lakshmi P. Manavalan, Satish K. Guttikonda, Lam-Son Phan Tran and Henry T. Nguyen

2009

Physiological and Molecular Approaches to Improve Drought Resistance in Soybean

Plant Cell Physiol.50:1260-1276

10053

R. Serraj, A. Kumar, K.L. McNally, I. Slamet-Loedin, R. Bruskiewich, R. Mauleon, J. Cairns, and R.J. Hijmans

2009

Improvement of Drought Resistance in Rice

Adv.Agron.103:41-99

10089

Ghasem Hosseini Salekdeh, Matthew Reynolds, John Bennett5 and John Boyer

2009

Conceptual framework for drought phenotyping during molecular breeding

Trends Plant Sci.9:488-496

10098

Mark R. Norton, F. Volaire, F. Leli?vre and S. Fukai

2009

Identification and Measurement of Summer Dormancy in Temperate Perennial Grasses

Crop Sci.49:2347-2352

10100

F. Volaire, M.R. Norton and F. Leli?vre

2009

Summer Drought Survival Strategies and Sustainability of Perennial Temperate Forage Grasses in Mediterranean Areas

Crop Sci.49:2386-2392

10101

Zhongnan Nie and M.R. Norton

2009

Stress Tolerance and Persistence of Perennial Grasses: The Role of the Summer Dormancy Trait in Temperate Australia

Crop Sci.49:2405-2411

10112

Hamlyn G. Jones , Rachid Serraj , Brian R. Loveys , Lizhong Xiong , Ashley Wheaton and Adam H. Price

2009

Thermal infrared imaging of crop canopies for the remote diagnosis and quantification of plant responses to water stress in the field

Funct.Plant Biol.36:978–989

10158

Chan Yul Yoo;  Heather E. Pence;  Paul M. Hasegawa; Michael V. Mickelbart

2009

Regulation of Transpiration to Improve Crop Water Use

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.28: 410 – 431

10214

H.R. Khan, J.G. Paull, K.H.M. Siddiquec and F.L. Stoddard

2010

Faba bean breeding for drought-affected environments: A physiological and agronomic perspective

Field Crops Res.115:279-286

10273

Richard A. Richards, Greg J. Rebetzke, Michelle Watt A.G. (Tony) Condon , Wolfgang Spielmeyer  and Rudy Dolferus

2010

Breeding for improved water productivity in temperate cereals: phenotyping, quantitative trait loci, markers and the selection environment

Funct.Plant Biol.37:85–97

10274

Claudio Lovisolo, Irene Perrone , Andrea Carra , Alessandra Ferrandino , Jaume Flexas , Hipolito Medrano  and Andrea Schubert

2010

Drought-induced changes in development and function of grapevine (Vitis spp.) organs and in their hydraulic and non-hydraulic interactions at the whole-plant level: a physiological and molecular update

Funct.Plant Biol.37:98–116   

10275

Adrienne B. Nicotra  and Amy Davidson

2010

Adaptive phenotypic plasticity and plant water use

Funct.Plant Biol.37:117–127   

10308

J.B. Passioura and J.F. Angus

2010

Improving Productivity of Crops in Water-Limited Environments

Adv.Agron.106:37-75

10355

Mineo Yamaguchi & Robert E. Sharp

2010

Complexity and coordination of root growth at low water potentials: recent advances from transcriptomic and proteomic analyses

Plant Cell Environ.32:590 – 603

10356

Francois Tardieu, Boris Parent & Thierry Simonneau

2010

Control of leaf growth by abscisic acid: hydraulic or non-hydraulic processes?

Plant Cell Environ.32:636 – 647

10371

M.M. Chaves, O. Zarrouk, R. Francisco, J.M. Costa, T. Santos, A.P. Regalado, M.L. Rodrigues and C.M. Lopes

2010

Grapevine under deficit irrigation: hints from physiological and molecular data

Ann.Bot.105:661-676

10435

Tim J. Brodrib, Taylor S. Feild  and Lawren Sack

2010

Viewing leaf structure and evolution from a hydraulic perspective

Funct.Plant Biol.37:488–498

10565

Christophe Maurel, Thierry Simonneau and Moira Sutka

2010

The significance of roots as hydraulic rheostats

J.Exp.Bot.61:3191-3198

10566

Delphine Fleury, Stephen Jefferies, Haydn Kuchel and Peter Langridge

2010

Genetic and genomic tools to improve drought tolerance in wheat

J.Exp.Bot.61:3211-3222

10571

Rana Munns, Richard A. James, Xavier R.R. Sirault, Robert T. Furbank and Hamlyn G. Jones

2010

New phenotyping methods for screening wheat and barley for beneficial responses to water deficit

J.Exp.Bot.61:3499-3507

10572

L.J. Luo

2010

Breeding for water-saving and drought-resistance rice (WDR) in China

J.Exp.Bot.61:3509-3517

10573

Bettina Berger, Boris Parent and Mark Tester

2010

High-throughput shoot imaging to study drought responses

J.Exp.Bot.61:3519-3528

10685

A. Glyn Bengough. B.M. McKenzie P.D. Hallett1 and T.A. Valentine

2010

Root elongation, water stress, and mechanical impedance: a review of limiting stresses and beneficial root tip traits

J.Exp.Bot.62:59-68

10722

Olivier Leprince and Julia Buitinka

2010

Desiccation tolerance: From genomics to the field

Plant Sci.179:554-564

10755

Rattan S. Yadav,Deepmala Sehgal and Vincent Vadez

2011

Using genetic mapping and genomics approaches in understanding and improving drought tolerance in pearl millet

J.Exp.Bot.62:397-408.

10834

C. Pinheiro and. M.M. Chaves

2011

Photosynthesis and drought: can we make metabolic connections from available data?

J.Exp.Bot.62:869-882.

10888

Bertrand Muller,. Florent Pantin,. Michel Génard,. Olivier Turc,Sandra Freixes,Maria Piques and. Yves Gibon

2011

Water deficits uncouple growth from photosynthesis, increase C content, and modify the relationships between C and growth in sink organs

J.Exp.Bot.62:1715-1729

10912

Nathan G. McDowell

2011

Mechanisms Linking Drought, Hydraulics, Carbon Metabolism, and Vegetation Mortality

Plant Physiol.155:1051-1059

10927

M. Ashraflow, N.A. Akramlow , F. Al-Qurainy and M.R. Foolad

2011

Drought Tolerance: Roles of Organic Osmolytes, Growth Regulators, and Mineral Nutrients

Adv.Agron.111: 249-296

10945

Veeresh R.P. Gowda, Amelia Henry, Akira Yamauchi, H.E. Shashidhar and Rachid Serraj

2011

Root biology and genetic improvement for drought avoidance in rice

Field Crops Res.122:1-13

10983

Paul E Verslues and Thomas E Juenger

2011

Drought, metabolites, and Arabidopsis natural variation: a promising combination for understanding adaptation to water-limited environments

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:240-245

10993

Jill M Farrant and John P Moore

2011

Programming desiccation-tolerance: from plants to seeds to resurrection plants

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:340-345

11061

Marta S. Lopes,  Jose Luis Araus, Philippus D.R. van Heerden and Christine H. Foyer

2011

Enhancing drought tolerance in C4 crops

J.Exp.Bot.62:3135-3153.

11193

S.S. Hussain, M.T. Iqbal, M.A. Arif and M. Amjad

2011

Beyond osmolytes and transcription factors: drought tolerance in plants via protective proteins and aquaporins

Biol.Plant.55:401-413

11212

Abraham Blum

2011

Drought resistance – is it really a complex trait?

Func.Plant Biol.38:753-757

11370

Ian C. Dodd, W.R. Whalley, Eric S. Ober and M.A.J. Parry

2011

Genetic and management approaches to boost UK wheat yields by ameliorating water deficits

J.Exp.Bot.62:5241-5248

11381

Zeppel, M.J.B., Adams, H.D. and Anderegg, W.R.L.

2011

Mechanistic causes of tree drought mortality: recent results, unresolved questions and future research needs.

New Phytologist, 192: 800–803

11061

Marta S. Lopes,  Jose Luis Araus, Philippus D.R. van Heerden and Christine H. Foyer

2011

Enhancing drought tolerance in C4 crops

J.Exp.Bot.62:3135-3153.

12949

Yin Hoon Chew, Karen J Halliday

2011

A stress-free walk from Arabidopsis to crops

Curr.Opin.Biotech.2:281–286

11418

Challabathula Dinakar, Dimitar Djilianov, Dorothea Bartels

2012

Photosynthesis in desiccation tolerant plants: Energy metabolism and antioxidative stress defense

Plant Sci.182:29-41

11469

François Tardieu

2012

Any trait or trait-related allele can confer drought tolerance: just design the right drought scenario

J.Exp.Bot.63:25-31

11760

Nurit Firon Massimo Nepi and Ettore Pacini

2012

Water status and associated processes mark critical stages in pollen development and functioning

Ann.Bot.109:1201-1214.

11799

A.P. Wasson, R.A. Richards, R. Chatrath, S.C. Misra, S.V. Sai Prasad, G.J. Rebetzke, J.A. Kirkegaard, J. Christopher and M. Watt

2012

Traits and selection strategies to improve root systems and water uptake in water-limited wheat crops

J.Exp.Bot.63:3485-3498.

11909

C. Lynne McIntyre, David Seung , Rosanne E. Casu , Gregory J. Rebetzke , Ray Shorter  and Gang Ping Xue

2012

Genotypic variation in the accumulation of water soluble carbohydrates in wheat

Funct.Plant Biol.39:560-568

11970

Reyazul Rouf Mir, Mainassara Zaman-Allah, Nese Sreenivasulu, Richard Trethowan and Rajeev K. Varshney

2012

Integrated genomics, physiology and breeding approaches for improving drought tolerance in crops

TAG 125:625-645

12142

J.B. Passioura

2012

Phenotyping for drought tolerance in grain crops: when is it useful to breeders?

Funct.Plant Biol.39:851-859

12143

Christoph Römer, Mirwaes Wahabzada, Agim Ballvora, Francisco Pinto, Micol Rossini, Cinzia Panigada, Jan Behmann, Jens Léon, Christian Thurau, Christian Bauckhage, Kristian Kersting, Uwe Rascher and Lutz Plümer

2012

Early drought stress detection in cereals: simplex volume maximisation for hyperspectral image analysis

Funct.Plant Biol.39:878-890

12270

Masuka, B., Araus, J. L., Das, B., Sonder, K. and Cairns, J. E

2012

Phenotyping for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Maize.

 Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, 54: 238–249

12903

Nese Sreenivasulu, Vokkaliga T. Harshavardhan, Geetha Govind, Christiane Seiler, Ajay Kohli

2012

Contrapuntal role of ABA: Does it mediate stress tolerance or plant growth retardation under long-term drought stress?

Gene 506:265–273

12220

David W. Lawlor

2013

Genetic engineering to improve plant performance under drought: physiological evaluation of achievements, limitations, and possibilities

J.Exp.Bot.64:83-108.

12221

Amélie C.M. Gaudin, Amelia Henry, Adam H. Sparks and Inez H. Slamet-Loedin

2013

Taking transgenic rice drought screening to the field

J.Exp.Bot.64:109-117.

12247

Bhargava, S., Sawant, K.

2013

Drought stress adaptation: metabolic adjustment and regulation of gene expression.

Plant Breed.132:21–32

12387

Philippe Monneveux, David A. Ramírez, , María-Teresa Pino

2013

Drought tolerance in potato (S. tuberosum L.): Can we learn from drought tolerance research in cereals?

Plant Sci.205–206:76–86

12398

Roberto Tuberosa

2012

Phenotyping for drought tolerance of crops in the genomics era

                          

Front. Physiol., 19 September 2012 |   doi: 10.3389/fphys.2012.00347

12947

Jill Deikman, Marie Petracek, Jacqueline E Heard,

2012

Drought tolerance through biotechnology: improving translation from the laboratory to farmers’ fields

Curr.Opin.Biotech.23:243–250

12416

Donald F. Gaff  and Melvin Oliver

2013

The evolution of desiccation tolerance in angiosperm plants: a rare yet common phenomenon

Funct.Plant Biol..40:315-328

12488

Emmanuel Okogbenin, Tim L. Setter, Morag Ferguson, Rose Mutegi, Hernan Ceballos, Bunmi Olasanmi and Martin Fregene

2013

Phenotypic approaches to drought in cassava: review

Front. Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2013.00093

12577

Frederic Lens , Aude Tixier, Hervé Cochard, John S Sperry, Steven Jansen, Stephane Herbette

2013

Embolism resistance as a key mechanism to understand adaptive plant strategies

Curr.Opinion Plant Biol.16:287–292

12668

Hannes Claeys and Dirk Inzé

2013

The Agony of Choice: How Plants Balance Growth and Survival under Water-Limiting Conditions

Plant Physiol.162:1768-1779

12762

McDowell, N.G., Ryan, M.G., Zeppel, M.J B. and Tissue, D.T.

2013

Feature: Improving our knowledge of drought-induced forest mortality through experiments, observations, and modeling.

New Phytol.200:289–293

12763

O'Grady, A.P., Mitchell, P.J.M., Pinkard, E.A. and Tissue, D T.

2013

Thirsty roots and hungry leaves: unravelling the roles of carbon and water dynamics in tree mortality.

New Phytol.200:294–297

12764

Xu, C., McDowell, N.G., Sevanto, S. and Fisher, R.A

2013

 Our limited ability to predict vegetation dynamics under water stress.

New Phytol.200:298–300

12765

McDowell, N.G., et al.

2013

 Evaluating theories of drought-induced vegetation mortality using a multimodel–experiment framework.

New Phytol.200:304–321

12766

Nardini, A., Battistuzzo, M. and Savi, T.

2013

 Shoot desiccation and hydraulic failure in temperate woody angiosperms during an extreme summer drought.

New Phytol.200:322–329

12819

Jayeeta Mitra Guanghui Xu, Bo Wang, Meijing Li and Xin Deng

2013

Understanding desiccation tolerance using the resurrection plant Boea hygrometrica as a model system

Front.Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00446.

12822

Louise H. Comas, Steven R. Becker, Von Mark V. Cruz,Patrick F. Byrne and David A. Dierig

2013

Root traits contributing to plant productivity under drought

Front.Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00442

12837

Hervé Cochard, Eric Badel, Stéphane Herbette, Sylvain Delzon, Brendan Choat and Steven Jansen

2013

Methods for measuring plant vulnerability to cavitation: a critical review

J.Exp.Bot.64:4779-4791.

12868

Agnieszka Wujeska, Gerd Bossinger and Michael Tausz

2013

Responses of foliar antioxidative and photoprotective defence systems of trees to drought: a meta-analysis

Tree Physiol.33:1018-1029.

12894

Fionn McLoughlin and Christa Testerink

2013

Phosphatidic acid, a versatile water-stress signal in roots

Front.Plant Sci.17  | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00525

12896

Vincent Vadez , Jana Kholova , Mainassara Zaman-Allah and Nouhoun Belko

2013

Water: the most important ‘molecular’ component of water stress tolerance research

Funct.Plant Biol.40:1310-1322

12940

Qiang-Sheng Wu, A.K. Srivastava, Ying-Ning Zou

2013

AMF-induced tolerance to drought stress in citrus: A review

Sci.Hort.164:77–87

12894

Fionn McLoughlin and Christa Testerink

2013

Phosphatidic acid, a versatile water-stress signal in roots

Front.Plant Sci.17  | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00525

12886

Florence Volaire , Karim Barkaoui, Mark Norton

2014

Designing resilient and sustainable grasslands for a drier future: Adaptive strategies, functional traits and biotic interactions

Euro.J.Agron.52:81–89

13038

Cara A. Griffiths, Donald F. Gaff and Alan D. Neale

2014

Drying without senescence in resurrection plants

Front. Plant Sci., | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00036

13078

Prateek Tripathi, Roel C. Rabara, Paul J. Rushton

2014

A systems biology perspective on the role of WRKY transcription factors in drought responses in plants

Planta 239:255-266

13077

Maria del Carmen Martinez-Ballesta , Micaela Carvajal

2014

New challenges in plant aquaporin biotechnology

Plant Sci.217–218:71–77

13109

Yuriko Osakabe, Keishi Osakabe, Kazuo Shinozaki and Lam-Son P. Tran

2014

Response of plants to water stress

Front.Plant Sci., 13 March 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00086

13211

François Chaumont and Stephen D. Tyerman

2014

Aquaporins: Highly Regulated Channels Controlling Plant Water Relations

Plant Physiol.164:1600-1618

13212

François Tardieu, Boris Parent, Cecilio F. Caldeira and Claude Welcker

2014

Genetic and Physiological Controls of Growth under Water Deficit1

Plant Physiol.164:1628-1635

13213

Graham Noctor, Amna Mhamdi and Christine H. Foyer

2014

The Roles of Reactive Oxygen Metabolism in Drought: Not So Cut and Dried

Plant Physiol.164:1636-1648

13214

Fulton E. Rockwell, James K. Wheeler and N. Michele Holbrook

2014

Cavitation and Its Discontents: Opportunities for Resolving Current Controversies

Plant Physiol.164:1649-1660

13225

Sanna Sevanto

2014

Phloem transport and drought

J.Exp.Bot.65:1751-1759.

13242

Farooq, Muhammad; Hussain, Mubshar; Siddique, Kadambot H.M.

2014

Drought Stress in Wheat during Flowering and Grain-filling Periods

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.33:331-349

13252

Honghong Hu and Lizhong Xiong

2014

Genetic Engineering and Breeding of Drought-Resistant Crops

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.65:715-741

13307

Soon-Ki Han and Doris Wagner

2014

Role of chromatin in water stress responses in plants

J.Exp.Bot.65:2785-2799.

13403

Vincent Vadez,

2014

Root hydraulics: The forgotten side of roots in drought adaptation

Field Crops Res.165:15–24

13416

Jorge Gago , Cyril Douthe, Igor Florez-Sarasa, Jose M. Escalona, Jeroni Galmes, Alisdair R. Fernie, Jaume Flexas, Hipolito Medrano

2014

Opportunities for improving leaf water use efficiency under climate change conditions

Plant Sci.226:108–119

13457

Vincent Vadez,

2014

Root hydraulics: The forgotten side of roots in drought adaptation

Field Crops Res.165:15–24

13468

Elías Fereres , Francisco Orgaz , Victoria Gonzalez-Dugo , Luca Testi and Francisco J. Villalobos

2014

Balancing crop yield and water productivity tradeoffs in herbaceous and woody crops

Funct.Plant Biol.41:1009-1018

13480

Abraham Blum

2014

Genomics for drought resistance – getting down to earth

Funct.Plant Biol.41:1191-1198

13481

Neil C. Turner , Abraham Blum , Mehmet Cakir , Pasquale Steduto , Roberto Tuberosa and Neil Young

2014

Strategies to increase the yield and yield stability of crops under drought – are we making progress?

Funct.Plant Biol.41:1199-1206

13587

Mahendar Thudi  , Pooran M. Gaur  , Lakshmanan Krishnamurthy  , Reyazul R. Mir  , Himabindu Kudapa  , Asnake Fikre , Paul Kimurto , Shailesh Tripathi  , Khela R. Soren , Richard Mulwa , Chellapilla Bharadwaj , Subhojit Datta , Sushil K. Chaturvedi and Rajeev K. Varshney

2014

Genomics-assisted breeding for drought tolerance in chickpea

Funct.Plant Biol.41:1178-1190

13595

Roberto Tuberosa, Neil C. Turner and Mehmet Cakir

2014

Two decades of InterDrought conferences: are we bridging the genotype-to-phenotype gap?

J.Exp.Bot.65:6137-6139

13596

Vincent Vadez, Jana Kholova, Susan Medina, Aparna Kakkera and Hanna Anderberg

2014

Transpiration efficiency: new insights into an old story

J.Exp.Bot.65:6141-6153.

13597

Jonathan P. Lynch, Joseph G. Chimungu and Kathleen M. Brown

2014

Root anatomical phenes associated with water acquisition from drying soil: targets for crop improvement

J.Exp.Bot.65:6155-6166.

13598

Marta S. Lopes, Greg J. Rebetzke and Matthew Reynolds

2014

Integration of phenotyping and genetic platforms for a better understanding of wheat performance under drought

J.Exp.Bot.65:6167-6177.

13599

Boris Parent and François Tardieu

2014

Can current crop models be used in the phenotyping era for predicting the genetic variability of yield of plants subjected to drought or high temperature?

J.Exp.Bot.65:6179-6189.

13600

Mark Cooper, Carla Gho, Roger Leafgren, Tom Tang and Carlos Messina

2014

Breeding drought-tolerant maize hybrids for the US corn-belt: discovery to product

J.Exp.Bot.65:6191-6204.

13604

Andrew K. Borrell, John E. Mullet, Barbara George-Jaeggli, Erik J. van Oosterom, Graeme L. Hammer, Patricia E. Klein and David R. Jordan

2014

Drought adaptation of stay-green sorghum is associated with canopy development, leaf anatomy, root growth, and water uptake

J.Exp.Bot.65:6251-6263.

13605

Arvind Kumar, Shalabh Dixit, T. Ram, R. B. Yadaw, K. K. Mishra and N. P. Mandal

2014

Breeding high-yielding drought-tolerant rice: genetic variations and conventional and molecular approaches

J.Exp.Bot.65:6265-6278.

13609

He, M. and Dijkstra, F. A.

2014

 Drought effect on plant nitrogen and phosphorus: a meta-analysis.

New Phytol.204:24–931

13668

Karolina M. Jarzyniak and Micha? Jasi?ski

2014

Membrane transporters and drought resistance – a complex issue

Front. Plant Sci., 04 December 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00687

13857

Agustina Gentile, Lara I. Dias, Raphael S. Mattos, Thaís H. Ferreira and Marcelo Menossi

2015

MicroRNAs and drought responses in sugarcane

Front. Plant Sci., 23 February 2015 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00058

13861

Daisuke Todaka, Kazuo Shinozaki and Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki

2015

Recent advances in the dissection of drought-stress regulatory networks and strategies for development of drought-tolerant transgenic rice plants

Front. Plant Sci., 18 February 2015 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00084

13891

Bas J. W. Dekkers, Maria Cecilia D. Costa, Julio Maia, Leónie Bentsink, Wilco Ligterink, Henk W. M. Hilhorst

2015

Acquisition and loss of desiccation tolerance in seeds: from experimental model to biological relevance

Planta 241:563-577

13930

Neil E. Robbins II and José R. Dinneny

2015

The divining root: moisture-driven responses of roots at the micro- and macro-scale

J.Exp.Bot.66:2145-2154.

13957

Ferdous, J., Hussain, S. S. and Shi, B.-J.

2015

 Role of microRNAs in plant drought tolerance.

Plant Biotech.J.13:293–305

13967

Abraham Blum

2015

Towards a conceptual ABA ideotype in plant breeding for water limited environments

Funct.Plant Biol.42:502-513

14109

Ivano Brunner, Claude Herzog, Melissa A. Dawes, Matthias Arend and Christoph Sperisen

2015

How tree roots respond to drought

Front. Plant Sci., 29 July 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00547

14111

Jude E. Obidiegwu, Glenn J. Bryan, Hamlyn G. Jones and Ankush Prashar

2015

Coping with drought: stress and adaptive responses in potato and perspectives for improvement

Front. Plant Sci., 22 July 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00542

14135

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2015

A molecular physiological review of vegetative desiccation tolerance in the resurrection plant Xerophyta viscosa (Baker)

Planta 242:407-426,

14146

MOSHELION, M., HALPERIN, O., WALLACH, R., OREN, R. and WAY, D. A.

2015

Role of aquaporins in determining transpiration and photosynthesis in water-stressed plants: crop water-use efficiency, growth and yield

Plant Cell Environ.38:1785–1793

14197

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A molecular physiological review of vegetative desiccation tolerance in the resurrection plant Xerophyta viscosa (Baker)

Planta 242:407-426

14210

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2015

 Coordination of physiological traits involved in drought-induced mortality of woody plants.

New Phytol.208:396–409

14212

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2015

Engineering plants to reflect light: strategies for engineering water-efficient plants to adapt to a changing climate.

 Plant Biotech.13:867–874

14264

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2015

Transcriptional regulation of drought response: a tortuous network of transcriptional factors

Front.Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00895

14231

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2015

NO to drought-multifunctional role of nitric oxide in plant drought: Do we have all the answers?

Plant Sci.239:44–55

14294

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2015

Of growing importance: combining greater early vigour and transpiration efficiency for wheat in variable rainfed environments

Funct.Plant Biol.42:1107-1115

14488

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2016

Uncovering the hidden facets of drought stress: secondary metabolites make the difference

Tree Physiol.36:129-132.

14637

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2016

Photosynthesis and antioxidative defense mechanisms in deciphering drought stress tolerance of crop plants

Biol.Plant.60:201-218

14651

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2016

 Molecular and systems approaches towards drought-tolerant canola crops.

New Phytol.210:1169–1189.

14725

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2016

Linking Turgor with ABA Biosynthesis: Implications for Stomatal Responses to Vapor Pressure Deficit across Land Plants

Plant Physiol.171:2008-2016

14756

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2016

The Impacts of Droughts in Tropical Forests

Trends Plant Sci.21:584–593

14774

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2016

Drought Stress Responses in Soybean Roots and Nodules

Front. Plant Sci., 12 July 2016 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.01015

14789

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2016

Physiological impacts of ABA–JA interactions under water-limitation

Plant Mol.Biol.91:641-650

14800

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2016

 Deep roots and soil structure.

Plant Cell Environ.39:1662–1668

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Breeding wheat for drought tolerance: Progress and technologies

J.Integr.Agric.15:935–943

14902

M.M. Chaves, J.M. Costa, O. Zarrouk, C. Pinheiro, C.M. Lopes, J.S. Pereira

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Controlling stomatal aperture in semi-arid regions—The dilemma of saving water or being cool?

Plant Sci.251:54–64

14904

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2016

The evolution of the role of ABA in the regulation of water-use efficiency: From biochemical mechanisms to stomatal conductance

Plant Sci.251:82–89

14915

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2016

Root age distribution: how does it matter in plant processes? A focus on water uptake

Plant and Soil 407:145. doi:10.1007/s11104-016-2849-6

14965

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2016

Transcription factors involved in drought tolerance and their possible role in developing drought tolerant cultivars with emphasis on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

 TAG 129:2019.            doi:10.1007/s00122-016-2794-z

14979

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2016

 Aquaporins and plant transpiration.

Plant Cell Environ.39:2580–2587

14987

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Genomic tools in pearl millet breeding for drought tolerance: Status and prospects

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01724

15011

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2016

The advantages of functional phenotyping in pre-field screening for drought-tolerant crops

Funct.Plant Biol - http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/FP16156

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2016

Osmotic adjustment is a prime drought stress adaptive engine in support of plant production.

 Plant Cell Env.40:4-10

15069

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2017

Mechanisms of plant response to salt and drought stress and their alteration by rhizobacteria

Plant and Soil 410:335–356.

15139

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Water relations in tree physiology: where to from here?

Tree Physiol.37:18-32

15151

 

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Drought Stress in Grain Legumes during Reproduction and Grain Filling.

J.Agron.Crop Sci.203:81–102

15177

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QTL Analysis for Drought Tolerance in Wheat: Present Status and Future Possibilities

Agronomy 7(1), 5; doi:10.3390/agronomy7010005

15179

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2017

Bridging the Rice Yield Gaps under Drought: QTLs, Genes, and their Use in Breeding Programs

Agronomy 2017, 7(2), 27; doi:10.3390/agronomy7020027

15244

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Molecular and Evolutionary Mechanisms of Cuticular Wax for Plant Drought Tolerance

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00621

15274

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Effects of Drought Stress on Morphophysiological Traits, Biochemical Characteristics, Yield, and Yield Components in Different Ploidy Wheat: A Meta-Analysis

Adv.Agron.143:139–173

15280

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J.Exp.Bot.68:1393-1398

15286

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Molecular responses to drought stress in plants

Biol.Plant.61: 201

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 Water potential regulation, stomatal behaviour and hydraulic transport under drought: deconstructing the iso/anisohydric concept.

Plant, Cell Environ.40:962–976

15302

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 Drought Tolerance and Water Use of Cereal Crops: A Focus on Sorghum as a Food Security Crop in Sub-Saharan Africa.

 J.Agron.Crop Sci.203:177–191.

15343

Thomas R. Sinclair, Jyostna Devi, Avat Shekoofa, Sunita Choudhary, Walid Sadok, Vincent Vadez, Mandeep Riar, Thomas Rufty

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Limited-transpiration response to high vapor pressure deficit in crop species

Plant Sci.260:109–118

15346

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Plant Breed.136:300–318

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Sugarcane Water Stress Tolerance Mechanisms and Its Implications on Developing Biotechnology Solutions

Front. Plant Sci., 23 June 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.01077

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Vegetable Grafting as a Tool to Improve Drought Resistance and Water Use Efficiency

Front. Plant Sci., 30 June 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.01130

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An integrative overview of the molecular and physiological responses of sugarcane under drought conditions

Plant Mol.Biol.94:577–594

15484

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2017

The jasmonic acid-signaling and abscisic acid-signaling pathways cross talk during one, but not repeated, dehydration stress: a non-specific ‘panicky’ or a meaningful response?

Plant Cell Environ.40:1704–1710.

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Virtual Plants Need Water Too: Functional-Structural Root System Models in the Context of Drought Tolerance Breeding

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01577

Heat stress                                                      Back to top

10929

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High-Temperature Effects on Rice Growth, Yield, and Grain Quality

Adv.Agron.111:Pages 87-206

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Heat perception and signalling in plants: a tortuous path to thermotolerance.

New Phytol.190:556–565

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Impact of high-temperature stress on rice plant and its traits related to tolerance

J.Agric.Sci.149:545-556

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2011

Heat Stress in Wheat during Reproductive and Grain-Filling Phases

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.30:491-507

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High temperature tolerance in chickpea and its implications for plant improvement

Crop Pasture Sci.63:419-428

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Some like it hot, some like it warm: Phenotyping to explore thermotolerance diversity

Plant Sci.195:10–23

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High temperature acclimation through PIF4 signaling

Trends Plant Sci.18:59–64

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Generating high temperature tolerant transgenic plants: Achievements and challenges

Plant Sci.205–206:38–47

13017

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Can Wheat Beat the Heat: Understanding the Mechanism of Thermotolerance in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

Cereal Res.Commun.42:1-18

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2014

Heat stress in crop plants: its nature, impacts and integrated breeding strategies to improve heat tolerance.

Plant Breed.133:679–701

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2015

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Plant Physiol.Biochem.86:100–108

13773

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Heat stress in cereals: Mechanisms and modelling

Europ.J.Agron.64:98–113

13924

Nese Sreenivasulu, Vito M. Butardo Jr, Gopal Misra, Rosa Paula Cuevas, Roslen Anacleto and Polavarpu B. Kavi Kishor

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Designing climate-resilient rice with ideal grain quality suited for high-temperature stress

J.Exp.Bot.66:1737-1748.

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Genetic and epigenetic control of plant heat responses

Front. Plant Sci., 24 April 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00267

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2015

 Rice responses to rising temperatures – challenges, perspectives and future directions.

Plant Cell Environ.38:1686–1698

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 Responses of tree species to heat waves and extreme heat events.

Plant Cell Environ.38:1699–1712.

14149

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Prospects of engineering thermotolerance in crops through modulation of heat stress transcription factor and heat shock protein networks.

Plant Cell Environ.38:1881–1895

14169

Tammy L. Sage,, Shaheen Bagha, Vanessa Lundsgaard-Nielsen, Haley A. Branch, Stefanie Sultmanis, Rowan F. Sage

2015

The effect of high temperature stress on male and female reproduction in plants

Field Crops Res.182:30–42

14202

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2015

AGPase: its role in crop productivity with emphasis on heat tolerance in cereals

TAG 128:1893-1916

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2015

Role of redox homeostasis in thermo-tolerance under a climate change scenario

Ann Bot (2015)

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14766

Yasusi Yamamoto

2016

Quality control of Photosystem II: the mechanisms for avoidance and tolerance of light and heat stresses are closely linked to membrane fluidity of the thylakoids

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01136

14778

Kashif Rafiq Zahid, Farhan Ali, Farooq Shah, Muhammad Younas, Tariq Shah, Durri Shahwar, Waseem Hassan, Zahoor Ahmad, Chao Qi, Yanli Lu, Amjad Iqbal and Wei Wu

2016

Response and Tolerance Mechanism of Cotton Gossypium hirsutum L. to Elevated Temperature Stress: A Review

Front. Plant Sci., 30 June 2016 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.00937

15089

Naohiko Ohama, Hikaru Sato, Kazuo Shinozaki, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki

2017

Transcriptional Regulatory Network of Plant Heat Stress Response

Trends iPlant Sci.22:53–65

15182

Ivo Rieu, David Twell and Nurit Firon

2017

Pollen Development at High Temperature: From Acclimation to Collapse

Plant Physiol.173:1967-1976

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2017

Physiological and biochemical responses to high light and temperature stress in plants

Environ.Exp.Bot.138:165–177

15453

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Meta-analysis and dose-response analysis of high temperature effects on rice yield and quality

Env.Exp.Bot.141:1-9

15483

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Integrated “omics” approaches to sustain global productivity of major grain legumes under heat stress.

Plant Breed.136:437–459

15488

Santisree Parankusam,  Srivani S. Adimulam,  Pooja Bhatnagar-Mathur and  Kiran Kumar Sharma

2017

Nitric oxide (NO) in plant heat stress: current knowledge and perspectives

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01582

Cold stress                                                      Back to top

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Chilling tolerance in maize: agronomic and physiological approaches

Crop Pasture Sci.60:501–516

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Winter hardiness in faba bean: Physiology and breeding

Field Crops Res.115:287-296

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Radiant frost tolerance in pulse crops—a review

Euphytica 172:1-12

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Cold stress and acclimation – what is important for metabolic adjustment?

Plant Biol.12:395 – 405

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Michael F. Thomashow

2010

Molecular Basis of Plant Cold Acclimation: Insights Gained from Studying the CBF Cold Response Pathway

Plant Physiol.154:571-577

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Joaqu?n Medina, Rafael Catal? and Julio Salinas

2010

The CBFs: Three arabidopsis transcription factors to cold acclimate

Plant Sci.180:3-11

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Integration of polyamines in the cold acclimation response

Plant Sci.180:31-38

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2010

Molecular mechanisms underlying frost tolerance in perennial grasses adapted to cold climates

Plant Sci.180:69-77

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 NO way to treat a cold

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 Interactions between flowering and senescence regulation and the influence of low temperature in Arabidopsis and crop plants.

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Wheat Production in the High Winter Stress Climate of the Great Plains of North America—An Experiment in Crop Adaptation

Crop Sci.52:11-20

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Planta 235:1091-1105

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2012

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Current and emerging screening methods to identify post-head-emergence frost adaptation in wheat and barley.

J.Exp.Bot.63:5405-5416

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Understanding plant cold hardiness: an opinion.

Physiol.Plant.147:4–14

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2013

Auxin: a regulator of cold stress response.

Physiol.Plant.147:28–35

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Molecular physiology and breeding at the crossroads of cold hardiness improvement.

Physiol.Plant.147:64–74

12205

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2013

Winter survival and deacclimation of perennials under warming climate: physiological perspectives.

Physiol.Plant.147:75–87

12350

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 Plant plasma membrane proteomics for improving cold tolerance.

Front.Plant Sci.3:90

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Plant Sci.205–206:48–54

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Toward Cool C4 Crops

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.64:701-722

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Renata Pereira da Cruz, Raul Antonio Sperotto, Denise Cargnelutti, Janete Mariza Adamski, Tatiana de FreitasTerra, Janette Palma Fett

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Avoiding damage and achieving cold tolerance in rice plants

Food and Energy Security 2:96–119

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Adaptive mechanisms of freeze avoidance in plants: A brief update

Env.Exp.Bot.99:133–140

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Genomics of Cold Hardiness in Woody Plants

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.33:92-124

13091

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2014

Genomics and Functional Genomics of Winter Low Temperature Tolerance in Temperate Fruit Crops

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.33:125-140

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Merging Physiological and Genetic Approaches to Improve Abiotic Stress Resistance (mainly Cold Stress)

J.Crop Improv.28:260-304

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An Overview of Cold Resistance in Plants.

J.Agron.Crop Sci.200:237–245

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The use of antifreeze proteins for frost protection in sensitive crop plants

Environ.Exp.Bot.106:60–69

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Truths or myths, fact or fiction, setting the record straight concerning nitrogen effects on levels of frost hardiness

Environ.Exp.Bot.106:132–137

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Cold acclimation, de-acclimation and re-acclimation of spring canola, winter canola and winter wheat: The role of carbohydrates, cold-induced stress proteins and vernalization

Environ.Exp.Bot.106:156–163

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 The interaction between freezing tolerance and phenology in temperate deciduous trees.

Front.Plant Sci.5:541. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00541

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Dissecting the cryoprotection mechanisms for dehydrins

Front. Plant Sci., 29 October 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00583

13784

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Comparison of signaling interactions determining annual and perennial plant growth in response to low temperature

Front. Plant Sci., 12 January 2015 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00794

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Cold Signal Transduction and its Interplay with Phytohormones During Cold Acclimation

Plant Cell Physiol.56:7-15.

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Cold tolerance triggered by soluble sugars: a multifaceted countermeasure

Front. Plant Sci., 14 April 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00203

14054

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J.Exp.Bot.66:3487-3498.

14255

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Extreme low temperature tolerance in woody plants

Front. Plant Sci., 19 October 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00884

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Some key physiological and molecular processes of cold acclimation

Biol.Plant.60:603–618

Salinity stress                                                Back to top

10057

Ismail Türkan, and Tijen Demiral

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Recent developments in understanding salinity tolerance

Env.Exp.Bot.67:2-9

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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in alleviation of salt stress: a review

Ann.Bot.104:1263-1280

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HKT transporter-mediated salinity resistance mechanisms in Arabidopsis and monocot crop plants

Trends Plant Sci.14:660-668

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An ecophysiological analysis of salinity tolerance in olive

Environ.Expl.Bot.68:214-221

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Salinity tolerance of Populus

Plant Biol.12:317 – 333

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2010

A conserved primary salt tolerance mechanism mediated by HKT transporters: a mechanism for sodium exclusion and maintenance of high K+/Na+ ratio in leaves during salinity stress

Plant Cell Environ.32:552 – 565

10354

Natasha L. Teakle & Stephen D. Tyerman

2010

Mechanisms of Cl- transport contributing to salt tolerance

Plant Cell Environ.32:566 – 589

10426

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2010

The Physiological, Biochemical and Molecular Roles of Brassinosteroids and Salicylic Acid in Plant Processes and Salt Tolerance

Crit,Rev.Plant Sci.162 – 190

10526

Francisco Pérez-Alfocea, Alfonso Albacete, Michel E. Ghanem  and Ian C. Dodd

2010

Hormonal regulation of source–sink relations to maintain crop productivity under salinity: a case study of root-to-shoot signalling in tomato

Funct.Plant Biol.37:592–603

10527

Timothy J. Flowers, Hanaa K. Galal and Lindell Bromham

2010

Evolution of halophytes: multiple origins of salt tolerance in land plants

Funct.Plant Biol.37:604–612

10665

Cheng-Jiang Ruan; Jaime A. Teixeir da Silvab; Susan Mopper; Pei Qin; Stanley Lutts

2010

Halophyte Improvement for a Salinized World

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.29:329 – 359

10670

Rahat Nazar, Noushina Iqbal, Asim Masood, Shabina Syeed and Nafees A. Khan

2010

Understanding the significance of sulfur in improving salinity tolerance in plants

Environ.Expl.Bot.70:78-87

10728

Giuseppe Colla, Youssef Rouphael, Cherubino Leonardi and Zhilong Bie

2010

Role of grafting in vegetable crops grown under saline conditions

Sci.Hort.127:147-155

10806

Maheshi Dassanayake, Dong-ha Oh, Hyewon Hong, Hans J. Bohnert and John M. Cheeseman

2011

Transcription strength and halophytic lifestyle

Trends Plant Sci.16:1-3

10989

Carlos S Galvan-Ampudia and Christa Testerink

2011

Salt stress signals shape the plant root

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:296-302

11197

Negrão, S; Courtois, B.; Ahmadi, N.; Abreu, I.; Saibo, N.; Oliveira, M.M.

2011

Recent Updates on Salinity Stress in Rice: From Physiological to Molecular Responses

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.30:329-377(49)

11434

Richard P. Jacoby, Nicolas L. Taylor, A. Harvey Millar

2011

The role of mitochondrial respiration in salinity tolerance

Trends Plant Sci.16:614-623

11435

Afaq A. Mian, Prasad Senadheera, Frans J. M. Maathuis

2011

Improving Crop Salt Tolerance: Anion and Cation Transporters as Genetic Engineering Targets

Plant Stress (journal) 5:64-72

11797

Ian C. Dodd and Francisco Pérez-Alfocea

2012

Microbial amelioration of crop salinity stress

J.Exp.Bot.63:3415-3428.

12151

Elias Bassil, Ardian Coku and Eduardo Blumwald

2012

Cellular ion homeostasis: emerging roles of intracellular NHX Na+/H+ antiporters in plant growth and development

J.Exp.Bot.63:5727-5740.

12222

Yuri Shavrukov

2013

Salt stress or salt shock: which genes are we studying?

J.Exp.Bot.64:119-127.

12246

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2013

Crop breeding for salt tolerance in the era of molecular markers and marker-assisted selection.

Plant Breed.132:10–20

12337

Shahbaz, M.; Ashraf, M.

2013

Improving Salinity Tolerance in Cereals

Crit,Rev.Plant Sci.32:237-249

12338

Plaut, Z Edelstein, M.; Ben-Hur, M.

2013

Overcoming Salinity Barriers to Crop Production Using Traditional Methods

Crit,Rev.Plant Sci.32:250-291

12487

Megan C. Shelden and Ute Roessner

2013

Advances in functional genomics for investigating salinity stress tolerance mechanisms in cereals

Front. Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00123

12645

Klára Kosová , Pavel Vítámvás , Milan Old?ich Urban and Ilja Tom Prášil

2013

Plant proteome responses to salinity stress – comparison of glycophytes and halophytes

Funct.Plant Biol.40:775-786

12646

Ricardo Gil  , Monica Boscaiu , Cristina Lull , Inmaculada Bautista , Antonio Lidón and Oscar Vicente

2013

Are soluble carbohydrates ecologically relevant for salt tolerance in halophytes?

Funct.Plant Biol.40:805-818

12648

Rengin Ozgur , Baris Uzilday , Askim Hediye Sekmen and Ismail Turkan

2013

Reactive oxygen species regulation and antioxidant defence in halophytes

Funct.Plant Biol.40:832-847

12650

Edward G. Barrett-Lennard  and Sergey N. Shabala

2013

The waterlogging/salinity interaction in higher plants revisited – focusing on the hypoxia-induced disturbance to K+ homeostasis

Funct.Plant Biol.40:872-882

12651

Karim Ben Hamed  , Hasna Ellouzi  , Ons Zribi Talbi  , Kamel Hessini A, Ines Slama A, Taher Ghnaya A, Sergi Munné Bosch  , Arnould Savouré  and Chedly Abdelly

2013

Physiological response of halophytes to multiple stresses

Funct.Plant Biol.40:883-896

12654

Silke Ruppel  , Philipp Franken and Katja Witzel

2013

Properties of the halophyte microbiome and their implications for plant salt tolerance

Funct.Plant Biol.40:940-951

12792

Sergey Shabala

2013

Learning from halophytes: physiological basis and strategies to improve abiotic stress tolerance in crops

Ann.Bot.112:1209-1221.

12810

Special Issue: various authors

2013

Sustainable cultivation and exploitation of halophyte crops in a salinizing world

Environ.Exp.Bot.92, 2013

12962

Stuart J Roy, Sónia Negrão, Mark Tester

2014

Salt resistant crop plants

Curr.Opin.26:115–124

13029

Noushina Iqbal, Shahid Umar, Nafees A. Khan, M. Iqbal R. Khan

2014

A new perspective of phytohormones in salinity tolerance: Regulation of proline metabolism

Env.Exp.Bot.100:34–42

13052

Frans J. M. Maathuis

2014

Sodium in plants: perception, signalling, and regulation of sodium fluxes

Jour.Exp.Bot.65:849-858.

13203

J.P. Syvertsena, F. Garcia-Sanchez

2014

Multiple abiotic stresses occurring with salinity stress in citrus

Environ.Exp.Bot.103:128–137

13172

Jayakumar Bose, Ana Rodrigo-Moreno and Sergey Shabala

2014

ROS homeostasis in halophytes in the context of salinity stress tolerance

J.Exp.Bot.65:1241-1257.

13314

Ulrich Deinlein, Aaron B. Stephan, Tomoaki Horie, Wei Luo, Guohua Xu, Julian I. Schroeder

2014

Plant salt-tolerance mechanisms

Trends Plant Sci.19:371–379

13308

Ahmed Ismail, Shin Takeda and Peter Nick

2014

Life and death under salt stress: same players, different timing?

J.Exp.Bot.65:2963-2979.

13413

Catalina Cabot , John V. Sibole, Juan Barceló, Charlotte Poschenrieder

2014

Lessons from crop plants struggling with salinity

Plant Sci.226:2–13

13414

Usue Pérez-López, , Amaia Mena-Petite , Alberto Muñoz-Rueda

2014

Will carbon isotope discrimination be useful as a tool for analysing the functional response of barley plants to salinity under the future atmospheric CO2 conditions?

Plant Sci.226:71–81

13573

Robert M. Augé, Heather D. Toler and Arnold M. Saxton

2014

Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis and osmotic adjustment in response to NaCl stress: a meta-analysis

Front. Plant Sci., 17 October 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00562

13640

Sergey Shabala , Jayakumar Bose, Rainer Hedrich

2014

Salt bladders: do they matter?

Trends Plant Sci.19:687–691

13667

Bernardo Duarte, Noomene Sleimi2 and Isabel Caçador

2014

Biophysical and biochemical constraints imposed by salt stress: Learning from halophyte

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00746

13697

José R Dinneny

2015

Traversing organizational scales in plant salt-stress responses

                       

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.23:70–75

13820

Timothy J. Flowers Timothy D. Colmer

2015

Plant salt tolerance: adaptations in halophytes

Ann.Bot.115:327-331.

13821

Lindell Bromham

2015

Macroevolutionary patterns of salt tolerance in angiosperms

Ann.Bot.115:333-341.

13823

Ruth Reef and Catherine E. Lovelock

2015

Regulation of water balance in mangroves

Ann.Bot.115:385-395.

13825

Timothy J. Flowers, Rana Munns and Timothy D. Colmer

2015

Sodium chloride toxicity and the cellular basis of salt tolerance in halophytes

Ann.Bot.115:419-431.

13826

Inès Slam, Chedly Abdell, Alain Bouchereau, Tim Flowers and Arnould Savouré

2015

Diversity, distribution and roles of osmoprotective compounds accumulated in halophytes under abiotic stress

Ann.Bot.115:433-447.

13830

Stanley Lutts and Isabelle Lefèvre

2015

How can we take advantage of halophyte properties to cope with heavy metal toxicity in salt-affected areas?

Ann.Bot.115:509-528.

13831

Yvonne Ventura, Amram Eshel, Dov Pasternak and Moshe Sagi

2015

The development of halophyte-based agriculture: past and present

Ann.Bot.115:529-540.

13832

Jie Song and Baoshan Wang

2015

Using euhalophytes to understand salt tolerance and to develop saline agriculture: Suaeda salsa as a promising model

Ann.Bot.115:541-553.

13898

Cheeseman, J. M.

2015

The evolution of halophytes, glycophytes and crops, and its implications for food security under saline conditions.

New Phytol.206:557–570

13883

Shah Fahad, Saddam Hussain, Amar Matloob, Faheem Ahmed Khan, Abdul Khaliq, Shah Saud, Shah Hassan, Darakh Shan, Fahad Khan, Najeeb Ullah

2015

Phytohormones and plant responses to salinity stress: a review

Plant Growth Regul.75:391-404

13945

Yong Han, Shuya Yin, Lu Huang

2015

Towards plant salinity tolerance-implications from ion transporters and biochemical regulation

Plant Growth Regul.76:13-23

13946

Maheswari Jayakannan, Jayakumar Bose, Olga Babourina, Zed Rengel, Sergey Shabala

2015

Salicylic acid in plant salinity stress signalling and tolerance

Plant Growth Regul.76:25-40

14047

Mahmoud W. Yaish and Prakash P. Kumar

2015

Salt tolerance research in date palm tree (Phoenix dactylifera L.), past, present, and future perspectives

Front. Plant Sci., 18 May 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.00348

14147

POLLE, A. and CHEN, S.

2015

On the salty side of life: molecular, physiological and anatomical adaptation and acclimation of trees to extreme habitats.

Plant Cell Environ.38:1794–1816

14171

Magdalena M. Julkowska, Christa Testerink

2015

Tuning plant signaling and growth to survive salt

Trends Plant Sci.20:586–594

14266

Vadim Volkov

2015

Salinity tolerance in plants. Quantitative approach to ion transport starting from halophytes and stepping to genetic and protein engineering for manipulating ion fluxes

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00873

14277

Munns, R. and Gilliham, M.

2015

Salinity tolerance of crops – what is the cost?.

New Phytol.208:668–673

14309

Jian-Jun Tao, Hao-Wei Chen, Biao Ma, Wan-Ke Zhang, Shou-Yi Chen and Jin-Song Zhang

2015

The Role of Ethylene in Plants Under Salinity Stress

Front. Plant Sci., 27 November 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.01059

14505

Yeduguri Himabindu, Thammineni Chakradhar, Madhava C. Reddy, Andrey Kanygin, Kevin E. Redding, Thummala Chandrasekhar

2016

Salt-tolerant genes from halophytes are potential key players of salt tolerance in glycophytes

Env.Exp.Bot.124:39–63

14728

Ceyda Ozfidan-Konakci , Baris Uzilday , Rengin Ozgur , Evren Yildiztugay. Hediye Sekmen and Ismail Turkan

2016

Halophytes as a source of salt tolerance genes and mechanisms: a case study for the Salt Lake area, Turkey

Funct.Plant Biol.43:575-589

14768

Devrim Coskun, Dev T. Britto, Wayne Q. Huynh and Herbert J. Kronzucker

2016

The Role of Silicon in Higher Plants under Salinity and Drought Stress

Front. Plant Sci., 18 July 2016 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.01072

14790

Ming Zhang, J. Andrew C. Smith , Nicholas P. Harberd , Caifu Jiang

2016

The regulatory roles of ethylene and reactive oxygen species (ROS) in plant salt stress responses

Plant Mol.Biol.91:651-659

14999

Pichu Rengasamy

2016

Soil Chemistry Factors Confounding Crop Salinity Tolerance—A Review

Agronomy 6(4), 53; doi:10.3390/agronomy6040053

15000

Thi My Linh Hoang , Thach Ngoc Tran , Thuy Kieu Tien Nguyen , Brett Williams , Penelope Wurm , Sean Bellairs  and Sagadevan Mundree

2016

Improvement of Salinity Stress Tolerance in Rice: Challenges and Opportunities

Agronomy 6(4), 54; doi:10.3390/agronomy6040054

15040

Moez Hanin, Chantal Ebel, Mariama Ngom, Laurent Laplaze and Khaled Masmoudi

2016

New Insights on Plant Salt Tolerance Mechanisms and Their Potential Use for Breeding

Front. Plant Sci., 29 November 2016 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.01787

15178

Jose Ramón Acosta-Motos , Maria Fernanda Ortuño , Agustina Bernal-Vicente , Pedro Diaz-Vivancos , Maria Jesus Sanchez-Blanco  and Jose Antonio Hernandez

2017

Plant Responses to Salt Stress: Adaptive Mechanisms

Agronomy 2017, 7(1), 18; doi:10.3390/agronomy7010018

15269

Abdelbagi M. Ismail and Tomoaki Horie

2017

Genomics, Physiology,  Molecular Breeding Approaches for Improving Salt Tolerance

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.68:405-434

15310

Avinash Mishra and Bhakti Tanna

2017

Halophytes: Potential Resources for Salt Stress Tolerance Genes and Promoters

Front. Plant Sci., 18 May 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.00829

15459

Jayakumar Bose,  Rana Munns,  Sergey Shabala,  Matthew Gilliham  Barry Pogson  Stephen D Tyerman

2017

Chloroplast function and ion regulation in plants growing on saline soils: lessons from halophytes

J.Exp.Bot.68:3129–3143

Mineral deficiency stress                              Back to top

10839

Surya Kant,Yong-Mei Bi and. Steven J. Rothstein

2011

Understanding plant response to nitrogen limitation for the improvement of crop nitrogen use efficiency

J.Exp.Bot.62:1499-1509.

10981

Tzyy-Jen Chiou and Shu-I Lin

2011

Signaling Network in Sensing Phosphate Availability in Plants

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.62:185-206

10990

Steffen Abel

2011

Phosphate sensing in root development

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:303-309

11112

William C. Plaxton and Hue T. Tran

2011

Metabolic Adaptations of Phosphate-Starved Plants

Plant Physiol.156:1006-1015.

11113

Jianbo Shen, Lixing Yuan, Junling Zhang, Haigang Li, Zhaohai Bai, Xinping Chen, Weifeng Zhang and Fusuo Zhang

2011

Phosphorus Dynamics: From Soil to Plant

Plant Physiol.156:997-1005

11114

Lingyun Cheng, Bruna Bucciarelli, Jianbo Shen, Deborah Allan and Carroll P. Vance

2011

Update on White Lupin Cluster Root Acclimation to Phosphorus Deficiency Update on Lupin Cluster Roots

Plant Physiol.156:1025-1032

11115

Jonathan P. Lynch

2011

Root Phenes for Enhanced Soil Exploration and Phosphorus Acquisition: Tools for Future Crops

Plant Physiol.156:1041-1049

11116

Carlos Calderón-Vázquez, Ruairidh J.H. Sawers and Luis Herrera-Estrella

2011

Phosphate Deprivation in Maize: Genetics and Genomics

Plant Physiol.156:1067-1077.

11189

Benjamin Péret, Mathilde Clément, Laurent Nussaume and Thierry Desnos

2011

Root developmental adaptation to phosphate starvation: better safe than sorry

Trends Plant Sci.16:442-450

11400

Alan E. Richardson, Jonathan P. Lynch, Peter R. Ryan, Emmanuel Delhaize, F. Andrew Smith, Sally E. Smith, Paul R. Harvey, Megan H. Ryan, Erik J. Veneklaas and Hans Lambers, et al

2011

Plant and microbial strategies to improve the phosphorus efficiency of agriculture

Plant and Soil 349:121-156

11394

Philippe Hinsinger, Alain Brauman, Nicolas Devau, Frédéric Gérard, Christophe Jourdan, Jean-Paul Laclau, Edith Le Cadre, Benoît Jaillard and Claude Plassard

2011

Acquisition of phosphorus and other poorly mobile nutrients by roots. Where do plant nutrition models fail?

Plant and Soil 348:29-61

11465

Gianpiero Vigani

2012

Discovering the role of mitochondria in the iron deficiency-induced metabolic responses of plants

J.Plant Physiol.169:1–11

11691

Terry J. Rose, Matthias Wissuwa

2012

Rethinking Internal Phosphorus Utilization Efficiency: A New Approach Is Needed to Improve PUE in Grain Crops

Adv.Agro.116:185–217

11692

Guohua Xu,1 Xiaorong Fan, Anthony J. Miller

2012

Plant Nitrogen Assimilation and Use Efficiency

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.63:153-182

11786

Ignacio A. Ciampitti, Tony J. Vyn

2012

Physiological perspectives of changes over time in maize yield dependency on nitrogen uptake and associated nitrogen efficiencies: A review

Field Crops Res.133:48–67

11854

Veneklaas, E J. et al.

2012

 Opportunities for improving phosphorus-use efficiency in crop plants.

New Phytol.195:306–320

12169

McAllister, C.H., Beatty, P.H. and Good, A.G.

2012

Engineering nitrogen use efficient crop plants: the current status.

Plant Biotech.10:1011–1025

12302

Kabir, A.H., Paltridge, N.G., Roessner, U. and Stangoulis, J.C.R.

2013

Mechanisms associated with Fe-deficiency tolerance and signaling in shoots of Pisum sativum

Physiol.Plant.147:381–395

12467

Ping Wu , Huixia Shou, Guohua Xu, Xinming Lian

2013

Improvement of phosphorus efficiency in rice on the basis of understanding phosphate signaling and homeostasis

Curr.Opinion Plant Biol.16:205–212

12489

Philip J. White, Timothy S. George, Lionel X. Dupuy, Alison J. Karley, Tracy A. Valentine, Lea Wiesel and Jane Wishart

2013

Root traits for infertile soils

Front. Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00193

12553

T.J. Rose, S.M. Impa, M.T. Rose, J. Pariasca-Tanaka, A. Mori, S. Heuer, S E. Johnson-Beebout and M. Wissuwa

2013

Enhancing phosphorus and zinc acquisition efficiency in rice: a critical review of root traits and their potential utility in rice breeding

Ann.Bot.112:331-345.

12554

Jonathan P. Lynch

2013

Steep, cheap and deep: an ideotype to optimize water and N acquisition by maize root systems

Ann.Bot.112:347-357.

12557

Yao Fang Niu, Ru Shan Chai, Gu Lei Jin, Huan Wang, Cai Xian Tang and Yong Song Zhang

2013

Responses of root architecture development to low phosphorus availability: a review

Ann.Bot.112:391-408

12582

Ana-Flor López-Millán, Michael A. Grusak, Anunciación Abadia and Javier Abadía

2013

Iron deficiency in plants: an insight from proteomic approaches

Front.Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00254

12672

Jeffrey J. Fischer, Perrin H. Beatty, Allen G. Good, Douglas G. Muench

2013

Manipulation of microRNA expression to improve nitrogen use efficiency

Plant Sci.210:70–81

12689

William D. Bovill  , Chun Y. Huang  and Glenn K. McDonald

2013

Genetic approaches to enhancing phosphorus-use efficiency (PUE) in crops: challenges and directions

Crop Past.Sci.64:179-198

12823

Terry J. Rose, Lei Liu and Matthias Wissuwa

2013

Improving phosphorus efficiency in cereal crops: is breeding for reduced grain phosphorus concentration part of the solution?

Front.Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00444

12832

Jorge I. Moriconi and Guillermo E. Santa-María

2013

A theoretical framework to study potassium utilization efficiency in response to withdrawal of potassium

J.Exp.Bot.64:4289-4299.

13051

Isabelle Chérel, Cécile Lefoulon, Martin Boeglin and Hervé Sentenac

2014

Molecular mechanisms involved in plant adaptation to low K+ availability

Jour.Exp.Bot.65:833-848.

13107

Anshika Jain, Grandon T. Wilson and Erin L. Connolly

2014

The diverse roles of FRO family metalloreductases in iron and copper homeostasis

Front.Plant Sci., 21 March 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00100

13199

Ahmad M. Manschadi , Hans-Peter Kaul, Johann Vollmann, Josef Eitzinger, Walter Wenzel

2014

Developing phosphorus-efficient crop varieties—An interdisciplinary research framework

Field Crops Res.162:87–98

13251

Damar Lizbeth López-Arredondo, Marco Antonio Leyva-González, Sandra Isabel González-Morales, José López-Bucio, and Luis Herrera-Estrella

2014

Phosphate Nutrition: Improving Low-Phosphate Tolerance in Crops

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.65:95-123

13316

Takanori Kobayashi, Naoko K. Nishizawa

2014

Iron sensors and signals in response to iron deficiency

Plant Sci.224:36–43

13486

Margaret Simons, Rajib Saha, Lenaïg Guillard, Gilles Clément, Patrick Armengaud, Rafael Cañas, Costas D. Maranas, Peter J. Lea and Bertrand Hirel

2014

Nitrogen-use efficiency in maize (Zea mays L.): from ‘omics’ studies to metabolic modelling

J.Exp.Bot.65:5657-5671.

13504

Hanne C. Thomsen, Dennis Eriksson, Inge S. Møller, Jan K. Schjoerring

2014

Cytosolic glutamine synthetase: a target for improvement of crop nitrogen use efficiency?

Trends Plant Sci.19:656–663

13614

Ricardo F.H. Giehl and Nicolaus von Wirén

2014

Root Nutrient Foraging

Plant Physiol.166:509-517

14094

Hans Lambers, Enrico Martinoia, Michael Renton

2015

Plant adaptations to severely phosphorus-impoverished soils

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.25:23–31

14128

H. Bashir, M. I. Qureshi, M. M. Ibrahim, M. Iqbal

2015

Chloroplast and photosystems: Impact of cadmium and iron deficiency

Photosynthetica 53:321-335

14165

Trevor Garnett, Darren Plett, Sigrid Heuer  and Mamoru Okamoto

2015

Genetic approaches to enhancing nitrogen-use efficiency (NUE) in cereals: challenges and future directions

Funct.Plant Biol.42:921-941

14178

Li Song and  Dong Liu

2015

Ethylene and plant responses to phosphate deficiency

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00796

14230

Saad Sulieman, Lam-Son Phan Tran

2015

Phosphorus homeostasis in legume nodules as an adaptive strategy to phosphorus deficiency

Plant Sci.239:36–43

14258

M Iqbal R. Khan,  Alice Trivellini,  MEHAR FATMA,  Asim Masood, Alessandra Francini,  Noushina Iqbal,  Antonio Ferrante4 and  Nafees A. Khan

2015

Role of ethylene in responses of plants to nitrogen availability

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00927

14262

Nannan Wang, Chengquan Yang,  Zhiyong Pan,  Yongzhong Liu and  Shu-Ang Peng

2015

Boron deficiency in woody plants: various responses and tolerance mechanisms

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00916

14310

Carlos Lucena, Francisco J. Romera, María J. García, Esteban Alcántara and Rafael Pérez-Vicente

2015

Ethylene Participates in the Regulation of Fe Deficiency Responses in Strategy I Plants and in Rice

Front. Plant Sci., 27 November 2015 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2015.01056

14313

Agustín González-Fontes, M. Begoña Herrera-Rodríguez, Esperanza M. Martín-Rejano,  M. Teresa Navarro-Gochicoa, Jesús Rexach and Juan J. Camacho-Cristóbal

2015

Root responses to boron deficiency mediated by ethylene

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.01103

14701

Matthias Wissuwa Tobias Kretzschmar and Terry J. Rose

2016

From promise to application: root traits for enhanced nutrient capture in rice breeding

J,Exp.Bot.67:3605-3615.

14702

Akimasa Sasaki, Naoki Yamaji and Jian Feng Ma

2016

Transporters involved in mineral nutrient uptake in rice

J,Exp.Bot.67:3645-3653.

14720

Cormier, F., Foulkes, J., Hirel, B., Gouache, D., Moënne-Loccoz, Y., Le Gouis, J.

2016

 Breeding for increased nitrogen-use efficiency: a review for wheat (T. aestivum L.).

Plant Breed.135:255–278

14736

Geoffrey Onaga, Khady Nani Dramé and Abdelbagi M. Ismail

2016

Understanding the regulation of iron nutrition: can it contribute to improving iron toxicity tolerance in rice?

Funct.Plant Biol.43:709-726

14757

Sidsel Birkelund Schmidt, Poul Erik Jensen, Søren Husted

2016

Manganese Deficiency in Plants: The Impact on Photosystem II

Trends Plant Sci.21:622–632

15397

Hua Li  Bin Hu  Chengcai Chu

2017

Nitrogen use efficiency in crops: lessons from Arabidopsis and rice

J.Exp.Bot.68:2477-2488.

Mineral/metal toxicity stress (and phytoremediation)    Back to top

9768

F.J. Zhao, J.F. Ma, A.A. Meharg  and S.P. McGrath

2009

Arsenic uptake and metabolism in plants

New Phytol.181:777 – 794

9938

Nathalie Verbruggen, Christian Hermans, and Henk Schat

2009

Mechanisms to cope with arsenic or cadmium excess in plants

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.12:364-372

10182

Rob Reid 

2010

Can we really increase yields by making crop plants tolerant to boron toxicity?

Plant Sci.178:9-11

10210

Elena Maestr, Marta Marmiroli, Giovanna Visioli and Nelson Marmiroli

2010

Metal tolerance and hyperaccumulation: Costs and trade-offs between traits and environment

Environ.Expl.Bot.68:1-13

10234

Sally E. Smith , Helle M. Christophersen, Suzanne Pope and F. Andrew Smith

2010

Arsenic uptake and toxicity in plants: integrating mycorrhizal influences

Plant and Soil 327:1-21

10324

Peter R. Ryan and Emmanuel Delhaize

2010

The convergent evolution of aluminium resistance in plants exploits a convenient currency

Funct.Plant Biol.37:275–284    

10484

Walter J. Horst, Yunxi Wang and Dejene Etich

2010

The role of the root apoplast in aluminium-induced inhibition of root elongation and in aluminium resistance of plants: a review

Ann.Bot.106:185-197

10485

Jurandir V. Magalhaes

2010

How a microbial drug transporter became essential for crop cultivation on acid soils: aluminium tolerance conferred by the multidrug and toxic compound extrusion (MATE) family

Ann.Bot.106:199-203

10489

Ute Krämer

2010

Metal Hyperaccumulation in Plants

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.61: 517

10682

P.R. Ryan, S.D. Tyerman. T. Sasaki T. Furuichi . Y. Yamamoto W H. Zhang E. Delhaize

2010

The identification of aluminium-resistance genes provides opportunities for enhancing crop production on acid soils

J.Exp.Bot.62:9-20

10683

Alexander Lux Michal Martinka Marek Vaculík Philip J. White

2010

Root responses to cadmium in the rhizosphere: a review

J.Exp.Bot.62:21-37

10729

Dimitrios Savvas, , Giuseppe Collb, Youssef Rouphaec and Dietmar Schwarz

2010

Amelioration of heavy metal and nutrient stress in fruit vegetables by grafting

Sci.Hort.127:156-161

10799

Nicoletta Rascio,  and Flavia Navari-Izzo

2011

Heavy metal hyperaccumulating plants: How and why do they do it? And what makes them so interesting?

Plant Sci.180:169-181

10845

Hassinen, V.H., Tervahauta, A.I., Schat, H. and Kärenlampi, S.O.

2011

Plant metallothioneins – metal chelators with ROS scavenging activity?.

Plant Biol.13: 225–232.

10941

Zeshan Hassan and Mark G.M. Aarts

2011

Opportunities and feasibilities for biotechnological improvement of Zn, Cd or Ni tolerance and accumulation in plants

Environ.Exp.Bot.72:53-63

10955

Jayakumar Bose, Olga Babourina and Zed Rengel

2011

Role of magnesium in alleviation of aluminium toxicity in plants

J.Exp.Bot.62:2251-2264.

10984

Marc Hanikenne, and Cécile Nouet

2011

Metal hyperaccumulation and hypertolerance: a model for plant evolutionary genomics

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:252-259

11357

Naser A. Anjum, Iqbal Ahmad, Iram Mohmood, Mário Pacheco, Armando C. Duarte, Eduarda Pereira, Shahid Umar, Altaf Ahmad, Nafees A. Khan, Muhammad Iqbal, M.N.V. Prasad

2012

Modulation of glutathione and its related enzymes in plants’ responses to toxic metals and metalloids—A review

Environ.Exp.Bot.75:307-324

11384

El Mehdawi, A.F. and Pilon-Smits, E.A H.

2012

Ecological aspects of plant selenium hyperaccumulation.

Plant Biol.14:1–10

11427

Francisco J. Escaray, Ana B. Menendez, Andrés Gárriz, Fernando L. Pieckenstain, María J. Estrella, Luis N. Castagno, Pedro Carrasco, Juan Sanjuán, Oscar A. Ruiz

2012

Ecological and agronomic importance of the plant genus Lotus. Its application in grassland sustainability and the amelioration of constrained and contaminated soils

Plant Sci.182:121-133

11774

Susana M. Gallego et al.

2012

Unravelling cadmium toxicity and tolerance in plants: Insight into regulatory mechanisms

Environ.Exp.Bot.83:33–46

11831

Emmanuel Delhaiz, E., Jian Feng Ma, Peter R. Ryan

2012

Transcriptional regulation of aluminium tolerance genes

Trends Plant Sci.17:341–348

12265

Sarvajeet Singh Gill, Mirza Hasanuzzaman, Kamrun Nahar, Anca Macovei], Narendra Tuteja

2013

Importance of nitric oxide in cadmium stress tolerance in crop plants

Plant Physiol.Biochem.63:254–261

12349

Hossain Z and Komatsu S

2013

Contribution of proteomic studies towards understanding plant heavy metal stress response.

Front.Plant Sci.3:310

12584

Ivano Brunner and Christoph Sperisen

2013

Aluminum exclusion and aluminum tolerance in woody plants

Front.Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00172

12618

Zhi Chang Chen, Jian Feng Ma

2013

Magnesium transporters and their role in Al tolerance in plants

Plant and Soil 368:51-56

12811

Renwei Feng, Chaoyang Wei, Shuxin Tu, Yongzhen Ding, Ruigang Wang, Junkang Guo

2013

The uptake and detoxification of antimony by plants: A review mineral toxicity stress resistance tolerance

Environ.Exp.Bot.96:28–34

12934

O. P. Gupta, P. Sharma, R. K. Gupta, I. Sharma

2014

MicroRNA mediated regulation of metal toxicity in plants: present status and future perspectives

Plant Mol.Biol.84:1-18

13315

Adriano Nunes-Nesi, Danielle Santos Brito, Claudio Inostroza-Blancheteau2 Alisdair R. Fernie, Wagner L. Araújo

2014

The complex role of mitochondrial metabolism in plant aluminum resistance

Trends Plant Sci.19:399–407

13286

Pinto, Edgar; Aguiar, Ana A. R. M.; Ferreira, Isabel M. P. L. V. O.

2014

Influence of Soil Chemistry and Plant Physiology in the Phytoremediation of Cu, Mn, and Zn

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.33:351-373

13287

Choppala, Girish; Saifullah; Bolan, Nanthi; Bibi, Sadia; Iqbal, Muhammad; Rengel, Zed; Kunhikrishnan, Anitha; Ashwath, Nanjappa; Ok, Yong Sik

2014

Cellular Mechanisms in Higher Plants Governing Tolerance to Cadmium Toxicity

Crit.Rev.Plant Sci.33:374-391

13345

Jian Feng Ma, Zhi Chang Chen, Ren Fang Shen

2014

Molecular mechanisms of Al tolerance in gramineous plants

Plant and Soil 381:1-12

14160

Nguyen Phuong Thao, M. Iqbal R. Khan, Nguyen Binh Anh Thu, Xuan Lan Thi Hoang, Mohd Asgher, Nafees A. Khan and Lam-Son Phan Tran

2015

Role of Ethylene and Its Cross Talk with Other Signaling Molecules in Plant Responses to Heavy Metal Stress

Plant Physiol.169:73-84

14304

Samiksha Singh,  Parul Parihar,  Rachana Singh,  VIJAY P. SINGH and Sheo M. Prasad

2015

Heavy metal tolerance in plants: Role of transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and ionomics

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.01143

14441

Keunen E, Schellingen K, Vangronsveld J and Cuypers A

2016

 Ethylene and Metal Stress: Small Molecule, Big Impact.

Front. Plant Sci. 7:23. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00023

14519

Uday Chand Jha  Abhishek Bohra

2016

Genomics enabled breeding approaches for improving cadmium stress tolerance in plants

Euphytica 208:1-31

14611

Stephan Clemens and Jian Feng Ma

2016

Toxic Heavy Metal and Metalloid Accumulation in Crop Plants and Foods

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.67:489-512

14820

Babar Shahzad, Mohsin Tanveer, , Waseem Hassan, Adnan Noor Shah, Shakeel Ahmad Anjum, Sardar Alam Cheema, Iftikhar Ali

2016

Lithium toxicity in plants: Reasons, mechanisms and remediation possibilities – A review

Plant Physiol.Biochem.107:104–115

14847

Peter M. Kopittke, Neal W. Menzies, Peng Wang and F. Pax C. Blamey

2016

Kinetics and nature of aluminum rhizotoxic effects: a review

J.Exp.Bot.67:4451-4467.

14892

Muhammad A. Farooq, Faisal Islam, Basharat Ali, Ullah Najeeb, Bizeng Mao, Rafaqat A. Gill, Guijun Yan, Kadambot H.M. Siddique, Weijun Zhou

2016

Arsenic toxicity in plants: Cellular and molecular mechanisms of its transport and metabolism

Env.Exp.Bot.132:42–52

14929

Kopittke, P. M.

2016

 Role of phytohormones in aluminium rhizotoxicity.

Plant Cell Environ.39:2319–2328

15097

Meetu Gupta and Shikha Gupta

2017

An Overview of Selenium Uptake, Metabolism, and Toxicity in Plants

Front. Plant Sci., 11 January 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.02074

15176

Meetu Gupta and Shikha Gupta

2017

An Overview of Selenium Uptake, Metabolism, and Toxicity in Plants

Front. Plant Sci., 11 January 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.02074

15195

Shweta Singh, Durgesh Kumar Tripathi, , , Swati Singh, Shivesh Sharma,, Nawal Kishor Dubey, Devendra Kumar Chauhan, , Marek Vaculík

2017

Toxicity of aluminium on various levels of plant cells and organism: A review

Environ.Exp.Bot.137:177–193

15422

Abhijit A. Daspute1,  Ayan Sadhukhan1,  Mutsutomo Tokizawa1, Yuriko Kobayashi1,  SANJIB K. PANDA2 and  Hiroyuki Koyama

2017

Transcriptional regulation of aluminum-tolerance genes in higher plants: clarifying the underlying molecular mechanisms

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01358

Waterlogging/submergence/anoxia stress               Back to top

10684

Timothy David Colmer and Hank Greenway

2010

Ion transport in seminal and adventitious roots of cereals during O2 deficiency

J.Exp.Bot.62:39-57

10731

Namrata Singh Trang T.M. Dang Georgina V. Vergara Dev Mani Pandey Darlene Sanchez C. N. Neeraja Endang M. Septiningsih Merlyn Mendioro Evelyn Mae Tecson-Mendoza Abdelbagi M. Ismail David J. Mackill Sigrid Heuer

2010

Molecular marker survey and expression analyses of the rice submergence-tolerance gene SUB1A

TAG 121:1441-1453

10814

Yoko Hattori, Keisuke Nagai Motoyuki Ashikari

2011

Rice growth adapting to deepwater

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.14:100-105

11019

Shabala, S.

2011

Physiological and cellular aspects of phytotoxicity tolerance in plants: the role of membrane transporters and implications for crop breeding for waterlogging tolerance.

New Phytol.190:289–298

11020

Steffens, B., Geske, T. and Sauter, M.

2011

Aerenchyma formation in the rice stem and its promotion by H2O2.

New Phytol.190:369–378

11631

D.J. Mackill, A.M. Ismail, U.S. Singh, R.V. Labios, T.R. Paris

2012

Development and Rapid Adoption of Submergence-Tolerant (Sub1) Rice Varieties

Adv.Agron.115:299–352

12415

Ole Pedersen, Timothy D. Colmer and Kaj Sand-Jensen

2013

Underwater photosynthesis of submerged plants – recent advances and methods

Front.Plant Sci.      doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00140

12436

Voesenek, L.A.C.J., Sasidharan, R.

2013

Ethylene – and oxygen signalling – drive plant survival during flooding.

Plant Biol.15:426–435

12576

Margret Sauter

2013

Root responses to flooding

Curr.Opinion Plant Biol.16:282–286

12583

Kohtaro Watanabe, Shunsaku Nishiuchi, Konstantin Kulichikhin and Mikio Nakazono

2013

Does suberin accumulation in plant roots contribute to waterlogging tolerance?

Front.Plant Sci. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00178

12744

LACJ Voesenek , J Bailey-Serres

2013

Flooding tolerance: O2 sensing and survival strategies

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.16:647–653

12753

M. Kokubun

2013

Genetic and cultural improvement of soybean for waterlogged conditions in Asia

Field Crops Res.152:3–7

12754

Takaki Yamauchi, Satoshi Shimamura, Mikio Nakazono, Toshihiro Mochizuki

2013

Aerenchyma formation in crop species: A review

Field Crops Res.152:8–16

12755

Jun-Ichi Sakagami, Yukiko Joho, Chiharu Sone

2013

Complete submergence escape with shoot elongation ability by underwater photosynthesis in African rice, Oryza glaberrima Steud.

Field Crops Res.152:17–26

12757

Abdelbagi M. Ismail, Uma S. Singh, Sudhanshu Singh, Manzoor H. Dar, David J. Mackill

2013

The contribution of submergence-tolerant (Sub1) rice varieties to food security in flood-prone rainfed lowland areas in Asia

Field Crops Res.152:83–93

13081

Anis M. Limami, Houssein Diab, Jérémy Lothier

2014

Nitrogen metabolism in plants under low oxygen stress

Planta 239:531-541

13512

BAILEY-SERRES, J. and COLMER, T. D.

2014

 Plant tolerance of flooding stress – recent advances.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2211–2212

13513

SHABALA, S., SHABALA, L., BARCELO, J. and POSCHENRIEDER, C

2014

Membrane transporters mediating root signalling and adaptive responses to oxygen deprivation and soil flooding.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2216–2233

13515

KREUZWIESER, J. and RENNENBERG, H.

2014

Molecular and physiological responses of trees to waterlogging stress.

                             

Plant Cell Environ.37:2245–2259

13516

SHINGAKI-WELLS, R., MILLAR, A. H., WHELAN, J. and NARSAI, R.

2014

What happens to plant mitochondria under low oxygen? An omics review of the responses to low oxygen and reoxygenation.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2260–2277

13533

SHABALA, S., SHABALA, L., BARCELO, J. and POSCHENRIEDER, C

2014

 Membrane transporters mediating root signalling and adaptive responses to oxygen deprivation and soil flooding.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2216–2233

13534

LEE, K.-W., CHEN, P. W. and YU, S.-M.

2014

Metabolic adaptation to sugar/O2 deficiency for anaerobic germination and seedling growth in rice.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2234–2244

13535

KREUZWIESER, J. and RENNENBERG, H.

2014

Molecular and physiological responses of trees to waterlogging stress.

Plant Cell Environ.37: 2245–2259

13536

SHINGAKI-WELLS, R., MILLAR, A. H., WHELAN, J. and NARSAI, R.

2014

 What happens to plant mitochondria under low oxygen? An omics review of the responses to low oxygen and reoxygenation.

Plant Cell Environ.37:2260–2277

13897

Voesenek, L. A. C. J. and Bailey-Serres, J.

2015

 Flood adaptive traits and processes: an overview.

New Phytol.206:57–73

14813

Elena Loreti, Hans van Veen, Pierdomenico Perata

2016

Plant responses to flooding stress

Curr.Opin.Plant Biol.33:64–71

15138

Anuradha Singh  Endang M. Septiningsih  Harendra S. Balyan  Nagendra K. Singh Vandna Rai

2017

Genetics, Physiological Mechanisms and Breeding of Flood-Tolerant Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Plant Cell Physiol.58:185-197

15399

Feifei Wang  Zhong-Hua Chen  Sergey Shabala

2017

Hypoxia Sensing in Plants: On a Quest for Ion Channels as Putative Oxygen Sensors

Plant Cell Physiol.58:1126-1142.

 Oxidative stress & antioxidants in abiotic stress                  Back to top

10346

Pinja Jaspers  and Jaakko Kangasj?rvi

2010

Reactive oxygen species in abiotic stress signaling

Physiol.Plant.138:405 – 413

10349

Gad Miller , Nobuhiro Suzuki , Sultan Ciftci-Yilmaz & Ron Mittler

2010

Reactive oxygen species homeostasis and signalling during drought and salinity stresses

Plant Cell Environ.32:453 – 467

10719

Sarvajeet Singh Gill,  and Narendra Tutej

2010

Reactive oxygen species and antioxidant machinery in abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants

Plant Physiol.Biochem.48:909-930

11486

SUZUKI, N., KOUSSEVITZKY, S., MITTLER, R. and MILLER, G.

2012

ROS and redox signalling in the response of plants to abiotic stress.

Plant Cell Environ.35:259–270.

12868

Agnieszka Wujeska, Gerd Bossinger and Michael Tausz

2013

Responses of foliar antioxidative and photoprotective defence systems of trees to drought: a meta-analysis

Tree Physiol.33:1018-1029.

13171

Aaron Baxter, Ron Mittler and Nobuhiro Suzuki

2014

ROS as key players in plant stress signaling

J.Exp.Bot.65:1229-1240.

13568

Vadim Demidchik,

2014

Mechanisms of oxidative stress in plants: From classical chemistry to cell biology

Env.Exp.Bot.109:212–228

13975

Xiao-Jian Xia, Yan-Hong Zhou, Kai Shi, Jie Zhou, Christine H. Foyer and Jing-Quan Yu

2015

Interplay between reactive oxygen species and hormones in the control of plant development and stress tolerance

J.Exp.Bot.66:2839-2856.

13976

Luis E. Hernández, Juan Sobrino-Plata, M. Belén Montero-Palmero, Sandra Carrasco-Gil1, M. Laura Flores-Cáceres, Cristina Ortega-Villasante and Carolina Escobar

2015

Contribution of glutathione to the control of cellular redox homeostasis under toxic metal and metalloid stress

J.Exp.Bot.66:2901-2911.

14314

Jun You and Zhulong Chan

2015

ROS regulation during abiotic stress responses in crop plants

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.01092

14578

Fernanda S. Farnese, Paulo E. Menezes-Silva, Grasielle S. Gusman and Juraci A. Oliveira

2016

When Bad Guys Become Good Ones: The Key Role of Reactive Oxygen Species and Nitric Oxide in the Plant Responses to Abiotic Stress

Front. Plant Sci., 12 April 2016 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.00471

15088

Ron Mittler

2017

ROS Are Good

Trends iPlant Sci.22:11–19

15359

Choudhury, F. K., Rivero, R. M., Blumwald, E. and Mittler, R.

2017

Reactive oxygen species, abiotic stress and stress combination.

Plant J.90:856–867

General or multiple stresses                         Back to top

11470

Ricardo Aroca Rosa Porcel and Juan Manuel Ruiz-Lozano

2012

Regulation of root water uptake under abiotic stress conditions

J.Exp.Bot.63:43-57

11475

Wendy J. Lyzenga and Sophia L. Stone

2012

Abiotic stress tolerance mediated by protein ubiquitination

J.Exp.Bot.63:599-616

11596

Julia Krasensky and Claudia Jonak

2012

Drought, salt, and temperature stress-induced metabolic rearrangements and regulatory networks

J.Exp.Bot.63:1593-1608

11690

Sukbong Ha, Radomira Vankova, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki, Kazuo Shinozaki, Lam-Son Phan Tran

2012

Cytokinins: metabolism and function in plant adaptation to environmental stresses

Trends Plant Sci.17:172–179

11768

Scott C. Chapman , Sukumar Chakraborty, M. Fernanda Dreccer and S. Mark Howden

2012

Plant adaptation to climate change—opportunities and priorities in breeding

Crop Pasture Sci. 63:251-268

11800

Sally Wilkinson, Guzel R. Kudoyarova, Dmitry S. Veselov, Tatyana N. Arkhipova and William J. Davies

2012

Plant hormone interactions: innovative targets for crop breeding and management

J.Exp.Bot.63:3499-3509

11829

Ramanjulu Sunkar, Yong-Fang Li, Guru Jagadeeswaran

2012

Functions of microRNAs in plant stress responses

                           

Trends Plant Sci.17:196–203

11830

M. Rob G. Roelfsema, Rainer Hedrich, Dietmar Geiger

2012

Anion channels: master switches of stress responses

Trends Plant Sci.17:221–229

11832

Swati Puranik, Pranav Pankaj Sahu, Prem S. Srivastava, Manoj Prasad

2012

NAC proteins: regulation and role in stress tolerance

Trends Plant Sci.17:369–381

11908

Roger W. Parish, Huy A. Phan , Sylvana Iacuone  and Song F. Li

2012

Tapetal development and abiotic stress: a centre of vulnerability

Funct.Plant Biol.39:553-559

11990

Thomas L. Slewinski

2012

Non-structural carbohydrate partitioning in grass stems: a target to increase yield stability, stress tolerance, and biofuel production

J.Exp.Bot.63:4647-4670.

12004

Katarzyna Kruszka, Marcin Pieczynski, David Windels, Dawid Bielewicza, Artur Jarmolowskia, Zofia Szweykowska-Kulinska, Franck Vazquez

2012

Role of microRNAs and other sRNAs of plants in their changing environments

J.Plant Physiol.169:1664–1672

12025

Chiara Pucciariello, , Valeria Banti, Pierdomenico Perata

2012

ROS signaling as common element in low oxygen and heat stresses

Plant Physiol.Biochem.59:3–10

12227

Yuriko Osakabe, Kazuko Yamaguchi-Shinozaki, Kazuo Shinozaki and Lam-Son Phan Tran

2013

Sensing the environment: key roles of membrane-localized kinases in plant perception and response to abiotic stress

J.Exp.Bot.64:445-458.

12243

Thomas, H.

2013

Senescence, ageing and death of the whole plant.

New Phytol.197:696–711

12256

Sergi Munné-Bosch, Guillaume Queval and Christine H. Foyer

2013

The Impact of Global Change Factors on Redox Signaling Underpinning Stress Tolerance

Plant Physiol.161:1 5-19

12332

Hunseung Kang , Su Jung Park, Kyung Jin Kwak

2013

Plant RNA chaperones in stress response

Trends Plant Sci.18:100–106

12352

Komatsu S and Hossain Z

2013

Organ-specific proteome analysis for identification of abiotic stress response mechanism in crop.

Front.Plant Sci.4:71.

12432

M. Ashraf, P.J.C. Harris

2013

Photosynthesis under stressful environments: An overview

Photosynthetica 51:163-190

12462

Stephen H. Howell

2013

Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Responses in Plants

Ann.Rev.Plant Biol.64:477-499

12464

C. Wasternack and B. Hause

2013

Jasmonates: biosynthesis, perception, signal transduction and action in plant stress response, growth and development.

Ann.Bot.111:1021-1058

12466

Takeshi Fukao , Lizhong Xiong

2013

Genetic mechanisms conferring adaptation to submergence and drought in rice: simple or complex?

Curr.Opinion Plant Biol.16:196–204

12551

Philip J. White, Timothy S. George, Peter J. Gregory, A. Glyn Bengough, Paul D. Hallett, and Blair M. McKenzie

2013

Matching roots to their environment

Ann.Bot.112:207-222.

12563

KEUNEN, E., PESHEV, D., VANGRONSVELD, J., VAN DEN ENDE, W. and CUYPERS, A.

2013

Plant sugars are crucial players in the oxidative challenge during abiotic stress: extending the traditional concept.

Plant Cell Environ.36:1242–1255

12594

Tari, I., Laskay, G., Takács, Z. and Poór, P.

2013

Response of Sorghum to Abiotic Stresses: A Review.

J.Agron.Crop Sci.199:264–274

12607

Voss, I., Sunil, B., Scheibe, R., Raghavendra, A. S

2013

Emerging concept for the role of photorespiration as an important part of abiotic stress response.

Plant Biol.15:713–722

12613

Dirk Selmar and Maik Kleinwächter

2013

Stress Enhances the Synthesis of Secondary Plant Products: The Impact of Stress-Related Over-Reduction on the Accumulation of Natural Products

Plant and Cell Physiology Volume 54, Issue 6Pp. 817-826.

12640

Yong-Hua Liu, Christina E. Offler and Yong-Ling Ruan

2013

Regulation of fruit and seed response to heat and drought by sugars as nutrients and signals

Front. Plant Sci., 31: | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00282

12666

Rubina Jibran, Donald A. Hunter, Paul P. Dijkwel

2013

Hormonal regulation of leaf senescence through integration of developmental and stress signals

Plant Mol.Biol.82:547-561

12667

Shimon Gepstein, Bernard R. Glick

2013

Strategies to ameliorate abiotic stress-induced plant senescence

Plant Mol.Biol.82:623-633

12682

Sarvajeet Singh Gill, , Naser A. Anjum, Mirza Hasanuzzaman, Ritu Gill, Dipesh Kumar Trivedi, Iqbal Ahmad, Eduarda Pereira, Narendra Tuteja

2013

Glutathione and glutathione reductase: A boon in disguise for plant abiotic stress defense operations

Plant Physiol.Biochem.70:204–212

12706

Yanfei Ding, Yueliang Tao and Cheng Zhu

2013

Emerging roles of microRNAs in the mediation of drought stress response in plants

J.Exp.Bot.64:3077-3086

12707

Kazi Md. Kamrul Huda, Mst. Sufara Akhter Banu, Renu Tuteja and Narendra Tuteja

2013

Global calcium transducer P-type Ca2+ATPases open new avenues for agriculture by regulating stress signaling

J.Exp.Bot.64:3099-3109.

12829

J. Miguel Costa, Olga M. Grant and M. Manuela Chaves

2013

Thermography to explore plant–environment interactions

J.Exp.Bot.64:3937-3949.

12830

Jaume Flexas, Christine Scoffoni, Jorge Gago and Lawren Sack

2013

Leaf mesophyll conductance and leaf hydraulic conductance: an introduction to their measurement and coordination

J.Exp.Bot.64:3965-3981.

12831

E.H. Murchie and T. Lawson

2013

Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis: a guide to good practice and understanding some new applications

J.Exp.Bot.64:3983-3998.

12839

Cernusak, L. A., Ubierna, N., Winter, K., Holtum, J. A. M., Marshall, J. D. and Farquhar, G.D.

2013

Environmental and physiological determinants of carbon isotope discrimination in terrestrial plants.

New Phytol.200:950–965

12836

Kemo Jin, Jianbo Shen, Rhys W. Ashton, Ian C. Dodd, Martin A. J. Parry and William R. Whalley

2013

How do roots elongate in a structured soil?

J.Exp.Bot.64:4761-4777.

12843

Sanchez, D.H.

2013

Physiological and biotechnological implications of transcript-level variation under abiotic stress.

Plant Biol.15:925–930

12852

Hanna Bandurska, Justyna Niedziela, Tamara Chadzinikolau

2013

Separate and combined responses to water deficit and UV-B radiation

Plant Sci.213:98–105

12871

Blum Abraham

2013

Heterosis, stress, and the environment: a possible road map towards the general improvement of crop yield

J.Exp.Bot.64:4829-4837.

12895

Himabindu Kudapa , Abirami Ramalingam , Swapna Nayakoti , Xiaoping Chen , Wei-Jian Zhuang , Xuanqiang Liang , Guenter Kahl  , David Edwards and Rajeev K. Varshney

2013

Functional genomics to study stress responses in crop legumes: progress and prospects

Funct.Plant Biol.40:1221-1233

12916

DE STORME, N. and GEELEN, D.

2014

The impact of environmental stress on male reproductive development in plants: biological processes and molecular mechanisms. hormones anther sugar  antioxidants

Plant Cell Environ.37:1–18

12948

Julieta V Cabello, Anabella F Lodeyro, Matias D Zurbriggen

2014

Novel perspectives for the engineering of abiotic stress tolerance in plants

Curr.Opin.Biotech.26:62–70

12951

Lalith D.B. Suriyagoda, Megan H. Ryan, Michael Renton, Hans Lambers

2014

Plant Responses to Limited Moisture and Phosphorus Availability: A Meta-Analysis

Adv.Agron.124:143–200

12955

Q. Fariduddin, M. Yusuf, I. Ahmad, A. Ahmad

2014

Brassinosteroids and their role in response of plants to abiotic stresses

Biol.Plant.58:9-17

12961

Julieta V Cabello, Anabella F Lodeyro, Matias D Zurbriggen

2014

Novel perspectives for the engineering of abiotic stress tolerance in plants

Curr.Opin.26:62–70

12968

Kenji Miura, Yasuomi Tada

2014

Regulation of water, salinity, and cold stress responses by salicylic acid

Front. Plant Sci. | doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00004

12979

ElSayed, A. I., Rafudeen, M. S., Golldack, D.

2014

Physiological aspects of raffinose family oligosaccharides in plants: protection against abiotic stress.

Plant Biol.16:1–8

12986

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