Plant Metallomics and Functional Omics

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Abstract

Origin of life required a stimulating and binding element and metal served the purpose by integrating into the back-bone soup of life. Integration of metal dates back to the origin of life - starting from the basic building blocks in the form of its integration with heme, leading to the origin and diversification of the human era. However, this integration was seen also across all the diverse forms of plants, thus allowing them to sustain and adapt to the changing environment and providing a sustainable source of food and energy. With the rapidly advancing sequencing technologies, indispensable efforts have been leveraged to understand the connecting link between the metal abundance and the genetic gain and loss from a plant adaptation perspective. Several approaches such as high through genome sequencing, transcriptome sequencing, laser-associated transcriptome sequencing, localization imaging techniques, post-transcriptional and translational modifications have been widely used to establish the connecting link between the metal and the associated plant growth in metal contaminated environment. A significant proportion of the crop genetic research is focused on establishing and finding the elusive blocks of knowledgeable links between the physiological significance of metal integration and relative associated toxicity of the transient flow of the metal from the roots to shoots as well as abaxial and adaxial surface of plant leaf thus affecting the plant biomass. This is relatively important to establish several lines of the genetic research to advance the understanding of the metal translocation and the involvement of the metal in several physiological responses. We believe that the biological implication of this underpinning phenomenon will not only broaden the scope of crop domestication but will also allow for the breeding of the sustainable production of breeding lines to meet the demand of functional metal resistant crops in the event of the metal contaminated soils. Plant metallomics and functional omics is a bridging volume, which brings together the collective knowledge on understanding the biological mechanism behind the metal tolerance from several dimensions such as expression-based approaches, high throughout imaging techniques, mutant based screening scans, post-transcriptional events, smallRNAs, and relative roles of metals in crop biomass production. The present volume by bringing several aspects together of metal tolerance and functional omics, will allow for the deeper understanding of the metal tolerance and might allow to address the question: how we plan to feed ever-increasing human food demand in 2050?
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer Nature Switzerland
Number of pages323
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-19102-3
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-19103-0
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Externally publishedYes
MoE publication typeC2 Edited book

Fields of Science

  • 1181 Ecology, evolutionary biology

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Sablok, Gaurav. / Plant Metallomics and Functional Omics. Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019. 323 p.
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Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland, 2019. 323 p.

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