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Jiwan P. Palta

18 COLLOQUIUM 1 (Abstr. 990-994) Recent Advances in Plant Responses to Stress: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Technology

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Vijaya Shukla, Yingmei Ma and Emily Merewitz

involved in controlling cell development, in stress responses, and numerous other functions ( Gill and Tuteja, 2010 ). Natural increases or decreases in PA content occur in plant cells in response to stress. For example, a halophyte grass called vetiver

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Eric Watkins, Bingru Huang and William A. Meyer

., 2001 ). Information about HT and DS tolerance in tufted hairgrass is important for germplasm improvement. Tufted hairgrass germplasm lines vary in their response to summer stress. It is difficult to distinguish between the effects of HT and DS in the

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Ren-jun Feng, Li-li Zhang, Jing-yi Wang, Jin-mei Luo, Ming Peng, Jun-feng Qi, Yin-don Zhang and Li-fang Lu

. Therefore, in this study we used a comparative proteomic approach in an attempt to examine the effects of the earliest stages of cold stress on banana at the protein level. We show that 28 proteins altered in response to cold stress in banana, including well

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Xiaoya Cai, Terri Starman, Genhua Niu, Charles Hall and Leonardo Lombardini

require minimum fertilizer, water, and pesticides while growing in gardens or landscapes ( Aggie Horticulture, 2012 ). Knowing the responses of rose plants to environmental stresses is becoming an increasing concern in arid and semiarid regions. Niu and

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Jibiao Fan, Jing Ren, Weixi Zhu, Erick Amombo, Jinmin Fu and Liang Chen

essential enzyme in plant response to abiotic stress by reducing hydrogen peroxides through energy transfer from reactive peroxides to glutathione. Rice ( Oryza sativa ) treated with 6 °C temperature had a 56% to 72% higher level of POD activity than the

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Charles Fontanier, Justin Quetone Moss, Lakshmy Gopinath, Carla Goad, Kemin Su and Yanqi Wu

). Plants undergo physiological changes in response to low nonfreezing temperatures. This process is termed “cold acclimation” and can increase the survivability of cells under subsequent freezing stress. For warm-season turfgrasses that undergo a seasonal

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Cary A. Mitchel

18 COLLOQUIUM 1 (Abstr. 990-994) Recent Advances in Plant Responses to Stress: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Technology

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Ao Liu, Jibiao Fan, Margaret Mukami Gitau, Liang Chen and Jinmin Fu

’acov et al., 1998 ). It was also observed that NO was able to mediate plant responses to various abiotic stresses. Uchida et al. (2002) reported that NO has a positive effect on rice ( Oryza sativa L.) under heat and salt stresses. Laspina et al. (2005

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Xiaoya Cai, Youping Sun, Terri Starman, Charles Hall and Genhua Niu

). However, salt stress was not a factor considered during the evaluation process. There is little science-based knowledge about the responses of the Earth-Kind ® roses to high salinity levels. Using salt-tolerant garden roses is important in urban