Long Noncoding RNAs in Plants: Roles in development and stress provides the most recent advances in LncRNAs, including identification, characterization, and their potential applications and uses. Introductory chapters include the basic features and brief history of development of lncRNAs studies in plants. The book then provides the knowledge about the lncRNAs in various important agricultural and horticultural crops such as cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables, and fiber crop cotton, and their roles and applications in abiotic and biotic stress management.
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Table of Contents
1. An overview of Long noncoding RNA in plants
2. Discovery and History of Long Noncoding RNAs in Plants
3. Databases and Tools for Long Noncoding RNAs
4. Long noncoding RNAs in wheat and wild relatives
5. Recent advancements in long noncoding RNA mediated abiotic stress tolerance in rice
6. Genome-wide analysis of Long noncoding RNAs in Sorghum and their Roles in development and stress
7. Roles of Long noncoding RNA during stress response in Maize
8. ROLE of LONG NONCODING RNAs during STRESS in Cereal CROPS
9. Long noncoding RNAs in Soybean: Roles in development and stress
10. Comprehending lncRNA mediated gene regulation in leguminous plants during abiotic stresses
11. Long noncoding RNAs in Tomato: roles in development and stress response
12. Genome-wide identification and functional analysis of lincRNAs in Cucumber
13. Role of Long noncoding RNAs in Brassica family
14. Role of Long noncoding RNAs in vegetable crop
15. Long noncoding RNAs in fruit crops
16. Long noncoding RNAs involvement in comprehensive development of Gossypium species
17. Role of Long noncoding RNAs in reproductive tissue development and flowering in plants
18. Biotic stress response of lncRNAs in plants
19. Revisiting plant response to fungal stress in view of long noncoding RNAs
20. Role of plant long noncoding RNAs in the regulation of primary and secondary metabolism
21. Application of lncRNA in plants improvement: a future perspective.