TY - CHAP A1 - Ayman EL Sabagh A2 - Akbar Hossain A3 - Muhammad Aamir Iqbal A4 - Celaleddin Barutçular A5 - Mohammad Sohidul Islam A6 - Fatih Çiğ A7 - Murat Erman A8 - Oksana Sytar A9 - Marian Brestic A10 - Allah Wasaya A11 - Tasmiya Jabeen A12 - Maham Asif Bukhari A13 - Muhammad Mubeen A14 - Habib-ur-Rehman Athar A15 - Faraz Azeem A16 - Hakki Akdeniz A17 - Ömer Konuşkan A18 - Ferhat Kizilgeci A19 - Muhammad Ikram A20 - Sobhy Sorour A21 - Wajid Nasim A22 - Mabrouk Elsabagh A23 - Muhammad Rizwan A24 - Ram Swaroop Meena A25 - Shah Fahad A26 - Akihiro Ueda A27 - Liyun Liu A28 - Hirofumi Saneoka ED1 - Akbar Hossain Y1 - 2021-01-20 PY - 2021 T1 - Maize Adaptability to Heat Stress under Changing Climate N2 - Due to the changing climate, food security for the increasing population has raised a great threat globally. Therefore, it is imperative to find alternate solutions for enhancing agricultural sustainability through plant stress physiology. The concept of plant stress physiology has been well-established over the past 60 years due to the increasing trends of environmental stress. Researchers have found that crop stress physiology has an association with two main areas, one is concerned with agronomy, the other concerned with plant breeding. The contents of the current book emphasize the integration of both breeding and agronomy strategies to ensure agricultural productivity and environmental safety under changing climate. BT - Plant Stress Physiology SP - Ch. 9 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.92396 DO - 10.5772/intechopen.92396 SN - 978-1-83962-527-5 PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2021-04-21 ER -