Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. — 257 p. — ISBN 978-3-527-32290-9.Recent interesting developments in the field of stress biology make up the next section of the book. One chapter deals with recent findings on the existence of extensive cross-talk between abiotic and biotic signaling in ‘‘Stress Physiology of Higher Plants: Cross-Talk between Abiotic and Biotic Stress Signaling’’, which is highlighted by authors around Kazuo Shinozaki’s laboratory. Plant hormones such as abscisic acid are well known to play a role in abiotic stress. However, jasmonic acid and brassinosteroids have received much less attention to their potential roles in abiotic stress in plants. Therefore, Claus Wasternack contributes a chapter on ‘‘Jasmonates in Stress, Growth, and Development’’ and the group of Priti Krishna discusses how ‘‘Brassinosteroids Confer Stress Tolerance.’’Preface General Stress Response of a Model Bacterium Moss as a Model System for Plant Stress Responses Emerging Trends in Functional Genomics for Stress Tolerance Stress Physiology of Higher Plants: Cross-Talk between Abiotic and Biotic Stress Signaling Jasmonates in Stress, Growth, and Development Brassinosteroids Confer Stress Tolerance Cold, Salinity, and Drought Stress Heavy Metal Stress in Plants Systematic Analysis of Superoxide-Dependent Signaling in Plant Cells: Usefulness and Specificity of Methy Insights into the Arabidopsis Abiotic Stress Response from the AtGenExpress Expression Profile Dataset Integrative Approaches to Elucidate and Analyze Protein Interaction and Signaling Networks Index
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