Environmental stresses can be transient, i.e. temporally limited temperature extremes or drought phases. After a stress has ended, plants may be able to recover from stress and reset their metabolism to growth and reproduction modes; but the recovery may not be always complete. In fact, even short-term environmental stress can have long-lasting effects on the plant. The comprehension of how plants, after stress imposition, are able to recover by re-establishing homeostasis and then maintain such physiological steady state, necessary for growth and completion of the life cycle in the new environment, is fundamental.

Forni, C. (2019). Factors Hindering Crop Biomass Production: Possible Tools to Overcome Abiotic Stress in Plants. ANNALS OF AGRICULTURAL & CROP SCIENCES, 4(2), 1047-1048.

Factors Hindering Crop Biomass Production: Possible Tools to Overcome Abiotic Stress in Plants

Forni, C
Writing – Review & Editing
2019

Abstract

Environmental stresses can be transient, i.e. temporally limited temperature extremes or drought phases. After a stress has ended, plants may be able to recover from stress and reset their metabolism to growth and reproduction modes; but the recovery may not be always complete. In fact, even short-term environmental stress can have long-lasting effects on the plant. The comprehension of how plants, after stress imposition, are able to recover by re-establishing homeostasis and then maintain such physiological steady state, necessary for growth and completion of the life cycle in the new environment, is fundamental.
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abiotic stress, crops, biomass
Forni, C. (2019). Factors Hindering Crop Biomass Production: Possible Tools to Overcome Abiotic Stress in Plants. ANNALS OF AGRICULTURAL & CROP SCIENCES, 4(2), 1047-1048.
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