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Title Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness / edited by Paul H. Li, Lars Christersson
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2018


Description 1 online resource
Series CRC revivals
CRC revivals
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Preface; Editors; Table of Contents; PART I: MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF PLANT COLD HARDINESS DEVELOPMENT; Chapter 1: Molecular Biology of Plant Cold Hardiness Development; Chapter 2: Cold-Regulated Genes of Arabidopsis thaliana; Chapter 3: Role of ABA in Regulation of Low Temperature-Induced Genes in Arabidopsis thaliana; Chapter 4: Signal Transduction and Gene Expression During Cold Acclimation of Alfalfa
Chapter 5: Water Potential Alterationsâ#x80;#x94;A Prerequisite or a Triggering Stimulus for the Development of Freezing Tolerance in Overwintering Herbaceous Plants?Chapter 6: Influence of Tissue Water on Protein Secretion in Winter Wheat; Chapter 7: Effects of Growth at Cold Hardening Temperatures and Temperature Shifts on Resistance to Photoinhibition; Chapter 8: Alterations of Properties of Ribulose Bisphosphate Carboxylase Related to Cold Acclimation; Chapter 9: Microtubule Cytoskeleton in Relation to Plant Cold Hardiness
Chapter 10: Development of Cold Hardiness in Solanum tuberosum by Abscisic Acid and MefluididePART II: FREEZING TOLERANCE AND INJURY OF PLANT TISSUES IN VIVO AND IN VITRO; Chapter 11: Ice Formation and Freezing Injury: An Overview on the Survival Mechanisms and Molecular Aspects of Injury and Cold Acclimation in Herbaceous Plants; Chapter 12: The Role of Ice-Binding Proteins in Frost Tolerance of Winter Rye; Chapter 13: Freeze-Thaw Damage to Thylakoid Membranes In Vitro and In Vivo; Chapter 14: Cell Wall and Freezing Injury: A Mini-Review; Chapter 15: Deep Supercooling in Woody Plant Tissues
Chapter 16: The Role of Pit Membrane Structure in Deep Supercooling of Xylem ParenchymaChapter 17: Ice Encasement As a Component of Winter Kill in Herbage Plants; PART III: IMPLICATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS IN AGRICULTURAL APPLICATION; Chapter 18: The Role of Plant Growth Regulators on the Freezing Tolerance of Winter Annual Cereals and Cell Suspension Cultures; Chapter 19: Marker-Assisted Genetic Analysis of Cold Tolerance in Winter Barley; Chapter 20: Bud Dormancy, Frost Hardiness, and Frost Drought in Seedlings of Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies
Chapter 21: Breeding Potential for Improvement of Freezing Stress Resistance: Genetic Separation of Freezing Tolerance, Freezing Avoidance, and Capacity to Cold AcclimateChapter 22: Crop Performance of Chilled Plants Treated with GLK-8903; Index
Summary "Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness provides a detailed, up-to-date discussion of plant cold hardiness research. The molecular mechanisms of plant cold hardiness development, a subject not covered in any other low temperature stress book, is examined in depth. Other major topics addressed include the freezing tolerance and injury of plant tissues in vivo and in vitro, in addition to how research findings impact agricultural applications. The articles featured in Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness were presented as key papers at the 4th International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar held at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala in July, 1991. The book will appeal to all researchers, students, and instructors in plant biology, agriculture, and forestry."--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Plants -- Effect of cold on.
Plants -- Frost resistance.
Plants -- Hardiness.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Botany.
Plants -- Effect of cold on.
Plants -- Frost resistance.
Plants -- Hardiness.
Plantes, Effet du froid sur les.
Résistance au gel.
Plantes -- Rusticité.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Uppsala (1991)
Form Electronic book
Author Li, P. H. (Paul H.), 1933- editor
Christersson, Lars, editor
ISBN 9781351069526