treatment: Three pea plants from each breeding lines and cultivars were carry outto determine thecold resistance.
Carapetian, "The influence of cold acclimation
on proline, malondialdehyde (MDA), total protein and pigments contents in soybean (Glycine max) seedlings," Journal of Biological Sciences, vol.
, de-acclimation and re-acclimation of spring canola, winter canola and winter wheat: The role of carbohydrates, cold-induced stress proteins and vernalization.
Results presented here also contrast with previous reports describing an absence of cold acclimation
capacity in domesticated varieties of the common sunflower Helianthus annum (Hewezi et aL, 2006; Allinne et aL, 2009).
As observed in other animals, greenlip abalone may demonstrate phenotypic plasticity or flexibility in response to cold acclimation
, which may have been achieved by increasing stomach epithelial surface area in response to depressed enzymatic activity and absorptive capacity at the colder temperature in an attempt to increase nutrient absorption and/or enzyme secretion.
Changes in the redox state of PSII have been proposed as a temperature-sensing mechanism for cold acclimation
(NDong et al., 2001; Rapacz, 2002).
This indicates, he says, that halting growth may not be an absolute requirement for cold acclimation
Thermogenesis, energy intake and serum leptin in Apodemus chevrieri in Hengduan Mountains region during cold acclimation
We identified cold-induced S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase (AdoMetDC; DEG7), cold acclimation
specific protein 30 (DEG32) and DnaJ-like protein (DEG41).
The character may be related to strong cold acclimation
ability of C.
In the February 2011 issue of Appellation Cornell, Martinson described how grapevines transition from a cold-tender to a cold-hardy state in a process known as cold acclimation
and then deacclimate, slowly, which leads to bud burst.