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Title Plant and microbe adaptations to cold in a changing world : proceedings from Plant and Microbe Adaptations to Cold 2012 / Ryozo Imai, Midori Yoshida, Naoyuki Matsumoto, editors
Published New York : Springer, 2013

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Description 1 online resource (xx, 352 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series 2012-2013 Springer E-Books - Biomedical & Life Sciences
Contents Global Change in Winter Climate and Agricultural Sustainability / Timothy Murray and Denis Gaudet -- Soil Freezing Dynamics in a Changing Climate: Implications for Agriculture / Hugh A.L. Henry -- Winter Climate Change and Ecological Implications in Temperate Systems / Juergen Kreyling -- Possible Change of Water and Nitrate Cycles Associated with the Frost-Depth Decrease Under Climate Change / Yukiyoshi Iwata -- Soil Frost Control: Its Application to Volunteer Potato Management in a Cold Region / Tomoyoshi Hirota and Manabu Nemoto -- Climatic and Physiological Background of Ice Encasement Damage of Herbage Plants / Bjarni E. Gudleifsson -- Hormones, NO, Antioxidants and Metabolites as Key Players in Plant Cold Acclimation / Gábor Galiba and Radomira Vanková -- The Function and Evolution of Closely Related COR/LEA (Cold-Regulated/Late Embryogenesis Abundant) Proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana / Anja Thalhammer -- 3D Reconstruction of Frozen Plant Tissue: A Unique Histological Analysis to Image Postfreeze Responses / David P. Livingston III
Post-transcriptional and Post-translational Modifications Controlling Cold Response / Elisabetta Mazzucotelli -- Cold Shock Domain Proteins in Arabidopsis : Functions in Stress Tolerance and Development / Ryozo Imai and Myung Hee Kim -- Regulation of RNA Metabolism in Plant Adaptation to Cold / Hunseung Kang and Su Jung Park -- Protein Phosphorylation Network in Abscisic Acid Signaling / Taishi Umezawa and Naoyuki Sugiyama -- Using Synchrotron FTIR and Confocal Cryomicroscopy to Explore Mechanisms of Cold Acclimation and Freezing Resistance Using a Single Cell Layer of Allium fistulosum L / Karen Tanino, Jun Liu and Shion Kobayashi -- Supercooling-Facilitating Hydrolyzable Tannins Isolated from Xylem Tissues of Cercidiphyllum japonicum / Donghui Wang, Chikako Kuwabara and Keita Endoh -- ICE1, a Transcription Factor Involved in Cold Signaling and Tolerance / Kenji Miura -- Breeding for Improved Winter Survival in Forage Grasses / Odd Arne Rognli -- Molecular Changes in Recurrently Selected Populations of Forage Legumes / Annick Bertrand and Yves Castonguay
Abiotic Stress Signal Network with Expression QTLs for Cold-Responsive Genes in Common Wheat / Julio C.M. Iehisa and Yoichi Motomura -- Molecular Analysis of Fructan Metabolism Associated with Freezing Tolerance and Snow Mold Resistance of Winter Wheat / Midori Yoshida and Akira Kawakami -- Do Growth Kinetics of Snow-mold Fungi Explain Exponential CO2 Fluxes Through the Snow? / Steven K. Schmidt and S.R. Frankel -- Change in Snow Mold Flora in Eastern Hokkaido and its Impact on Agriculture / Naoyuki Matsumoto and Tamotsu Hoshino -- Phytopathogenic Fungi and Fungal-Like Microbes in Svalbard / Motoaki Tojo and Shota Masumoto -- Ecological Strategies of Snow Molds to Tolerate Freezing Stress / Tamotsu Hoshino, Nan Xiao and Yuka Yajima -- Snow Mold Fungi in Russia / Oleg B. Tkachenko -- Snow Moulds in a Changing Environment--A Scandinavian Perspective / Anne Marte Tronsmo -- Mechanisms of Snow Mold Resistance in Wheat / Denis Gaudet and André Laroche -- Activating Disease Resistance in Turfgrasses Against Fungal Pathogens: Civitas and Harmonizer / Tom Hsiang
Summary Global warming is affecting agriculture in a wide range of the climatic zones. In contrast to the extensive debate over the effects of global warming during summer growth, the impact of rising winter temperature on agricultural production has received considerably less attention. However, climate changes can certainly affect winter conditions, and small changes in winter climate can have even more drastic impacts in many regions of the world. Plant and Microbe Adaptations to Cold (PMAC) is an interdisciplinary forum for research and extension scientists working in the fields of plant pathology, plant physiology, microbiology, and crop breeding, to advance our understanding of overwintering of crops and attempt to solve the problems associated with winter damage. PMAC2012 gathered over 100 participants from 14 countries and hosted 41 oral and 42 poster presentations. This book is a collection of contributions from invited and selected speakers at the conference. Each contribution includes important and timely topics on plant and microbe adaptations to cold. These contributions span the topics discussed at the conference
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 16, 2013)
Subject Plants -- Effect of cold on -- Congresses
Microorganisms -- Effect of cold on -- Congresses
Acclimatization.
Cold.
Plants
Microbiological Phenomena
Acclimatization
Cold Temperature
cold.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Anatomy & Physiology.
Plants -- Effect of cold on.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Imai, Ryozo, editor
Yoshida, Midori, editor
Matsumoto, Naoyuki, editor
ISBN 9781461482536
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