Her scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Abiotic component, Photosynthesis, Salinity and Biochemistry. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Solanaceae and Botany. Her Abiotic component research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reactive oxygen species and Abiotic stress.
As a member of one scientific family, Rosa M. Rivero mostly works in the field of Photosynthesis, focusing on Nicotiana tabacum and, on occasion, Brassinosteroid. The various areas that Rosa M. Rivero examines in her Salinity study include Stress Response Signaling, Plant growth, Horticulture and Chlorophyll fluorescence. Her research integrates issues of Salicylic acid, Jasmonic acid, Plant hormone, Cell biology and Metabolism in her study of Acclimatization.
Rosa M. Rivero mainly investigates Botany, Horticulture, Biochemistry, Nicotiana tabacum and Solanaceae. Her Botany research includes themes of Glutamate synthase and Plant nutrition, Nutrient. Her work deals with themes such as Photosynthesis, Salinity, Gene expression and Auxin, which intersect with Horticulture.
Rosa M. Rivero focuses mostly in the field of Salinity, narrowing it down to topics relating to Abiotic component and, in certain cases, Cell biology. Rosa M. Rivero combines subjects such as Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase and Fungicide, Carbendazim with her study of Nicotiana tabacum. Her Solanaceae research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rootstock and Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Horticulture, Cell biology, Abiotic stress, Abiotic component and Salinity. Her Horticulture research incorporates elements of Photosynthesis, Gene expression, Dry matter and Auxin. The Cell biology study which covers Enzyme that intersects with Metabolism.
Rosa M. Rivero has included themes like Ionomics, Nitrogen cycle, Nitrate and Chlorophyll fluorescence in her Abiotic stress study. Her work in Abiotic component covers topics such as Antioxidant which are related to areas like Hoagland solution. The Salinity study combines topics in areas such as Reverse genetics, Transporter, Plant growth and Pollen.
Rosa M. Rivero mostly deals with Reactive oxygen species, Abiotic component, Abiotic stress, Horticulture and Cell biology. Her Reactive oxygen species research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell signaling, Glutathione and Nutrient. Her studies in Abiotic component integrate themes in fields like Hoagland solution, Salinity, Antioxidant, APX and Glutathione reductase.
Her study ties her expertise on Photosynthesis together with the subject of Abiotic stress. The Ripening, Japanese plum and Prunus salicina research she does as part of her general Horticulture study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Climacteric, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Downregulation and upregulation and Membrane transport.
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Abiotic and biotic stress combinations
Nobuhiro Suzuki;Rosa M. Rivero;Vladimir Shulaev;Eduardo Blumwald.
New Phytologist (2014)
Reactive oxygen species, abiotic stress and stress combination.
Feroza K. Choudhury;Rosa M. Rivero;Eduardo Blumwald;Ron Mittler.
Plant Journal (2017)
Delayed leaf senescence induces extreme drought tolerance in a flowering plant
Rosa M. Rivero;Mikiko Kojima;Amira Gepstein;Hitoshi Sakakibara.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Resistance to cold and heat stress: accumulation of phenolic compounds in tomato and watermelon plants.
Rosa M Rivero;Juan M Ruiz;Pablo C Garcı́a;Luis R López-Lefebre.
Plant Science (2001)
Role of grafting in horticultural plants under stress conditions
Rosa M. Rivero;Juan M. Ruiz;Luis Romero.
Cytokinin-Dependent Photorespiration and the Protection of Photosynthesis during Water Deficit
Rosa M. Rivero;Vladimir Shulaev;Eduardo Blumwald.
Plant Physiology (2009)
Evaluation of some nutritional and biochemical indicators in selecting salt-resistant tomato cultivars
Melchor Juan;Rosa M. Rivero;Luis Romero;Juan M. Ruiz.
Environmental and Experimental Botany (2005)
The combined effect of salinity and heat reveals a specific physiological, biochemical and molecular response in tomato plants
Rosa M. Rivero;Teresa C. Mestre;Ron Mittler;Francisco Rubio.
Plant Cell and Environment (2014)
ABA Is Required for Plant Acclimation to a Combination of Salt and Heat Stress
Nobuhiro Suzuki;Elias Bassil;Jason S. Hamilton;Madhuri A. Inupakutika.
PLOS ONE (2016)
Enhanced cytokinin synthesis in tobacco plants expressing PSARK::IPT prevents the degradation of photosynthetic protein complexes during drought.
Rosa M. Rivero;Jacinta Gimeno;Allen Van Deynze;Harkamal Walia.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2010)
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