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Wei Hao, Rajeev Arora, Anand K. Yadav, and Nirmal Joshee

biochemical adjustment that protect them from injury when environmental stresses abruptly occur. Cold acclimation (CA) is a phenomenon that occurs when the freezing tolerance of plants increases after exposure to low, nonfreezing temperatures ( Thomashow, 1999

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Lisa J. Rowland, Elizabeth L. Ogden, Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, and Rajeev Arora

complex interacting factors. They include the timing of dormancy induction in the summer, the timing and rate of cold acclimation in the fall, the level of freezing tolerance reached while plants are in the cold-acclimated state, the maintenance of

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Tatsiana Espevig, Chenping Xu, Trygve S. Aamlid, Michelle DaCosta, and Bingru Huang

increased and decreased abundance) when plants were shifted from a cold acclimation regime of 3 °C to a SZA regime of –3 °C. To date, this is one of the few published studies on the proteomic effects of SZA in relation to freezing tolerance of plants

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Hrvoje Rukavina, Harrison G. Hughes, and Yaling Qian

for specific geographic locations, it is important to study freezing tolerance in this species. Thus, this 2-year experiment was initiated to examine relative freezing tolerance of 27 saltgrass ecotypes collected in three U.S. zones of cold hardiness

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June Liu, Zhimin Yang, Weiling Li, Jingjin Yu, and Bingru Huang

( Duncan and Carrow, 1999 ). Improving cold tolerance of warm-season turfgrasses such as seashore paspalum is important to expand the range of use and extend the growing season throughout cooler climates. Limited progress has been made in the improvement of

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Shu Hsien Hung, Chun Chi Wang, Sergei Veselinov Ivanov, Vera Alexieva, and Chih Wen Yu

the agricultural losses due to chilling. In this investigation, we report that multiple H 2 O 2 treatments induce a chilling tolerance comparable to cold acclimation in mung bean seedlings. However, in their response to light, the mechanisms of H 2 O

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Xunzhong Zhang, Kehua Wang, and Erik H. Ervin

been reported that endogenous ABA increases during cold acclimation and that application of ABA may induce freezing tolerance in several plant species ( Lee and Chen, 1993 ). A mutant of arabidopsis [ Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.] deficient in ABA

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Carolyn F. Scagel, Richard P. Regan, Rita Hummel, and Guihong Bi

necrosis in green ash was associated with tree N status and observed that it was more influenced by fertilizer type than by N application rate ( Scagel et al., 2010 ). The specific relationships among cold tolerance, plant N status, fertilizer formulations

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David H. Suchoff, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Heike W. Sederoff, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Matthew D. Kleinhenz, Frank J. Louws, and Christopher C. Gunter

yield loss induced by cold stress, tomato produced in temperate regions is grown during summer months or in heated greenhouses. Improved tolerance to suboptimal temperatures in tomato would lead to a reduction in CO 2 emissions generated from the

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Renae E. Moran, Youping Sun, Fang Geng, Donglin Zhang, and Gennaro Fazio

States are planted to Malling rootstocks that lack cold-hardiness or tolerance of subfreezing temperatures ( Embree, 1988 ) and B.9, which has greater cold-hardiness ( Quamme and Brownlee, 1997 ). Based on controlled studies and tree survival under