American Journal of Plant Sciences

Volume 11, Issue 12 (December 2020)

ISSN Print: 2158-2742   ISSN Online: 2158-2750

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Omics Studies and Systems Biology Perspective towards Abiotic Stress Response in Plants

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ABSTRACT

Plant abiotic stress responses are vital yield-restricting aspect in agriculture. Recent technology in plant biology allows research of such stress responses at a molecular scale in plants. Network analysis provides in-depth knowledge regarding omics information visualisation as it reduces the intrinsic intricacy of such data. The use of integrated functional genomics helps to understand the relationship between the genomic profile and the phenotypic profile in different environmental conditions of an organism. Plants’ responses to abiotic stress are often considered as a complex process. Systems biology approaches allow visualising and understanding how plant life works to overcome abiotic stress. The combination of integrated functional genomics along with bioinformatics will put a hand in additional in-depth research knowledge on stress tolerance to plants by exploiting available genetic information and continuously improving techniques and strategies. Most of the omics technologies are high throughput with very rapid data generation rates and humongous outputs. These technologies have made noticeable contributions to the modern-day improvements in our knowledge of plant biology. So, in this review, omics studies and the system biology approach towards abiotic stress tolerance in plants are highlighted.

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Sahoo, J. , Behera, L. , Sharma, S. , Praveena, J. , Nayak, S. and Samal, K. (2020) Omics Studies and Systems Biology Perspective towards Abiotic Stress Response in Plants. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 11, 2172-2194. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2020.1112152.

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