Special Issue "Omics Approaches to Predict Physiological Traits of Plants under Abiotic Stress"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 12 December 2023 | Viewed by 97
Omics technologies have taken on great relevance since sequencing platforms and other high-throughput technologies that generate massive information have become available to many researchers around the world, thus obtaining complete data on biological samples that allow them, with the support of the bioinformatics tools and the large databases currently published, to obtain information that contributes to systems biology, and with it, to understand the physiology of organisms. Plants, being sessile organisms, have to adapt to environmental conditions to survive and reproduce, and to do so they need to modify their physiology. By understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms that contribute to these changes, these physiological traits can be predicted in order to contribute to better agronomic management and genetic improvement.
This Special Issue plants give an overview of the most recent advances in the field of the multi-omics sciences that contribute to understanding the physiological traits of plants under abiotic stress. The purpose is to select scientific research on recent omics approaches that have contributed to deciphering the complex molecular networks that plants activate in order to establish themselves, to survive and reproduce, and that also translate into better crop yields.
Prof. Dr. Josefina León Felix
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- omics approach
- abiotic stress
- plant physiological traits