Plant Stress Tolerance
Providing a comprehensive overview of cutting-edge research on Omics applications in plant sciences field,'Plant Stress Tolerance' focuses on different approaches towards plant stress tolerance including both biotic stresses and abiotic stresses. This book outlines the challenges facing this area of research, with solid, up-to-date information for graduate students, academic scientists and researchers on using the recent advances of Omics technologies on plant stresses. Kareem A. Mosa is an assistant professor at the Department of Biotechnology, Al-Azhar University, Egypt. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Plant Science, McGill University, Canada. He was graduated from Al-Azhar University, Egypt with a B.Sc. in Biotechnology. Dr. Mosa received his PhD in 2012 in plant biotechnology from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His research and teaching interests lie in the area of molecular biology, genetic engineering, and biotechnology with a focus on developing plants with significant health benefits to human and the development of biotic and abiotic stress tolerant crops using advanced molecular biology tools. Hattem M. El-Shabrawi is a researcher in the Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Division of the National Research Center of Egypt. He received his PhD in plant molecular biology from the International Center of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology of New Delhi, India. Ahmed Ismail is working as a lecturer in the Computer and Information Science department at Towson University, USA. He was graduated from Al-Azhar University, Egypt with a B.Sc. in Biotechnology in 2002. Mohamed Helmy is a Postdoctoral fellow at the Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research at the University of Toronto, Canada. Previously, Dr. Helmy was a Postdoctoral fellow of the Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) working at the Department of Molecular & Cellular BioAnalysis, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University, Japan.
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