International Journal of Genomics

Environment-Living Organism’s Interactions from Physiology to Genomics


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1Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yantai, China

2University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

3Slovak Agricultural University, Nitra, Slovakia


Environment-Living Organism’s Interactions from Physiology to Genomics

Description

Human beings depend on the environment for stable survival and sustainable development, so the environment and organisms are one interacting body. Environment-living organism’s interactions in terms of physiology, molecular biology, and genomics are also the essential base for the related development and crossing for different disciplines where life sciences link with environmental sciences and they have resulted in many important subjects such as soil biology, eco-physiology, molecular ecology, and environmental genomics. These disciplines support current human beings’ sustainable development by providing new ways to cope with nature.

With global economic change, large-scale urbanization, and environmental pollution, human beings face more serious challenges. To solve these problems, we must understand environment-living organism’s interacting responses by these disciplines, which have been paid less attention to for the past 20 years. In this special issue, we will solicit papers from experts working with various aspects of genomic research in relation to plant biology, soil biology, agricultural sciences, and environmental protection. We invite researchers to present their novel results that can deeply understand environment-organisms’ interactions.

The special issue is dedicated to the crossing disciplines among plant biology, soil biology, microbiology, agricultural sciences, aquaculture, and eco-restoration.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Plants from physiology, molecular biology, and metabolisms to genomics
  • Plant-soil interactions in terms of molecular responses
  • Organisms-based eco-restoration and soil improvement
  • Microbiology related to agricultural sciences, aquaculture, and environmental protection

Articles

  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 270736
  • - Editorial

Environment-Living Organism’s Interactions from Physiology to Genomics

Shao Hongbo | Chen Sixue | Marian Brestic
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 783021
  • - Research Article

A Comparison Effect of Copper Nanoparticles versus Copper Sulphate on Juvenile Epinephelus coioides: Growth Parameters, Digestive Enzymes, Body Composition, and Histology as Biomarkers

Tao Wang | Xiaohua Long | ... | Shaohua Yan
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 572121
  • - Research Article

Response of Spatial Patterns of Denitrifying Bacteria Communities to Water Properties in the Stream Inlets at Dianchi Lake, China

Neng Yi | Yan Gao | ... | Shaohua Yan
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 875497
  • - Research Article

The SsDREB Transcription Factor from the Succulent Halophyte Suaeda salsa Enhances Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Transgenic Tobacco

Xu Zhang | Xiaoxue Liu | ... | Hongxiang Ma
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 142197
  • - Research Article

Water Properties Influencing the Abundance and Diversity of Denitrifiers on Eichhornia crassipes Roots: A Comparative Study from Different Effluents around Dianchi Lake, China

Neng Yi | Yan Gao | ... | Shaohua Yan
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 493191
  • - Review Article

The Calcium Sensor CBL-CIPK Is Involved in Plant’s Response to Abiotic Stresses

S. M. Nuruzzaman Manik | Sujuan Shi | ... | Haobao Liu
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2015
  • - Article ID 384356
  • - Research Article

Changes in the Physiological Parameters of SbPIP1-Transformed Wheat Plants under Salt Stress

G. H. Yu | X. Zhang | H. X. Ma
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