A Review on Crop Responses to Nanofertilizers for Mitigation of Multiple Environmental Stresses
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Faculty of Biology, Yerevan State University, Yerevan 0025, Armenia
Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-On-Don, Russia
Department of Biological Sciences, Al Hussein Bin Talal University, P.O. Box 20, Maan, Jordan
Department, Faculty of Science Yanbu, Taibah University, Yanbu El-Bahr 46423, Saudi Arabia
University of Delhi, Delhi, 110007, India
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Abdel Rahman Mohammad Tawaha   

Department of Biological Sciences, Al Hussein Bin Talal University, P.O. Box 20, Maan, Jordan
Ecol. Eng. Environ. Technol. 2023; 7:280-296
Over the past years, alterations in the environment have had an adverse impact on the global agricultural system, leading to difficulties in plant growth, physiology, and productivity due to non-living factors. These difficulties pose a significant risk to both global food security and agricultural advancement, necessitating innovative methods for long-term sustainability. Nanotechnology has emerged as a promising solution to address these difficulties by utilizing nanoscale products like nanofertilizers, nanofungicides, nanoherbicides, and nanopesticides. Nanoparticles provide distinct advantages in agriculture due to their small size, ability to easily penetrate cellular barriers, and efficient absorption by plants. Numerous studies have demonstrated that the application of nanoparticles can improve both the quantity and quality of crop yields, even when faced with various biological and environmental pressures. This research study primarily focuses on investigating the impact of non-living pressures on plants and examining how nanoparticles can help alleviate these effects. Additionally, it explores the molecular, metabolic, and anatomical adaptations that plants undergo to thrive in challenging environments. Nonetheless, it is essential to acknowledge that the widespread utilization of nanotechnology raises concerns regarding potential risks to the environment and human health
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