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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Plants -- Frost resistance -- Congresses.,
  • Plants -- Effect of cold on -- Congresses.,
  • Crops and climate -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by P. H. Li, A. Sakai.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsLi, P. H. 1933-, Sakai, A. 1920-, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkōkai., University of Minnesota. College of Agriculture.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK756 .P53
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4720087M
ISBN 100124476503
LC Control Number78007038

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Plant Cold Hardiness and Freezing Stress: Mechanisms and Crop Implications contains the proceedings of an International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar, held in St. Paul, Minnesota on November , Organized into seven parts, this book contains a collection of valuable articles on the advances in plant cold hardiness research.   Description Plant Cold Hardiness and Freezing Stress: Mechanisms and Crop Implications contains the proceedings of an International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar, held in St. Paul, Minnesota on November , Organized into seven parts, this book contains a collection of valuable articles on the advances in plant cold hardiness Edition: 1. Plant Cold Hardiness and Freezing Stress: v. 1 by A. Sakai ISBN ISBN Unknown; New York: Academic Press Inc, ; ISBN   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 : Paul H. Li.

  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 :   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. About this book. Presenting the latest research on the effects of cold and sub-zero temperatures on plant distribution, growth and yield, this comprehensive volume contains 28 chapters by international experts covering basic molecular science to broad ecological studies on the impact of global warming, and an industry perspective on transgenic approaches to abiotic stress tolerance.   Significant advances have been made in our understanding of the regulation of cold hardiness. The existence of numerous biophysical and biochemical adaptive mechanisms in perennial woody plants and the complexity their regulation has made the development of methods for managing and improving cold hardiness in perennial woody plants has been very difficult. This may be partially Cited by: 9.

Plant cold hardiness and freezing stress: mechanisms and crop implications Author: P H Li ; A Sakai ; National Science Foundation (U.S.) ; Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkōkai. Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness book. Advances in Plant Cold Hardiness. The chapter provides insights into the molecular aspects of injury by freeze-thaw stress and of cold acclimation that help plants survive this stress. The chapter aims to understand the initial site of perturbation by freezing injury by investigating the sequential. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Proceedings of an international plant cold hardiness seminar held in St. Paul, Minn., Nov. , and sponsored by United States National Science Foundation, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and College of Agriculture, University of Minnesota.   Presenting the latest research on the effects of cold and sub-zero temperatures on plant distribution, growth and yield, this comprehensive volume contains 28 chapters by international experts covering basic molecular science to broad ecological studies on the impact of global warming, and an industry perspective on transgenic approaches to abiotic stress s: 1.