By: Rajeev Arora
311 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs
Covers the latest and most significant advances in woody plant stress research. Provides innovative research on:
the freezing process - ice nucleation, propagation, and deep supercooling in woody plants
the biology of dormancy induction and release in woody plants - physiologic, molecular, and cellular mechanisms
the physiology and regulation of seasonal nitrogen cycling in woody plants
the importance of dehydrins - a unique class of stress proteins-in cold hardening of certain woody plants
nitrogen-fixation as a stress-avoidance strategy in certain woody plants
Introduction (Rajeev Arora) Ice Nucleation, Propagation, and Deep Supercoiling in Woody Plants (M. Wisniewski, M. Fuller, J. Palta, J. Carter, and R. Arora) Characterization of a Novel YnSKn Class of Dehydrin-Like cDNAs from Cold Acclimated Red-Osier Dogwood (
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