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Plant Cold Hardiness: Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Physiology Proceedings of the Fifth International Plant Cold Hardiness Seminar, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 5-8 August, 1996

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Plant Cold Hardiness: Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Physiology
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Molecular Genetics of Cold Acclimation: Molecular Mechanism of Plant Cold Acclimation and Freezing Tolerance; E.T. Palva, P. Heino. Low Temperature Signal Transduction during Cold Acclimation of Alfalfa; R.S. Dhindsa et al. Regulation of Plant Gene Expression in Response to Low Temperature; M.F. Thomashow et al. Constitutive Freezing Tolerant Mutants in Arabidopsis: A Genetic Approach to Signaling Transduction in Cold Acclimation; Z. Xin, J.A. Browse. Biochemical and Physiological Mechanisms of Low Temperature Tolerance/Injury: Molecular Chaperones: Do They Have a Role in Cold Stress Responses of Plants?; C. Guy et al. Characterization of Antifreeze Proteins from Winter Rye; M. Griffith et al.. Protection of Thylakoid Membranes from Freeze--Thaw Damage by Proteins; D.K.Hincha et al.. Modulation of Low Temperature Tolerance and Agricultural Implications: Involvement of Abscisic Acid and Proline in Cold Acclimation of Winter Wheat; K.Dorffling et al.. Differential Accumulation of Oligosaccharides and Freezing Tolerance of Alfalfa; Y. Castonguay et al.. Oligosaccharides as Endogenous Cryo--Protectants in Woody Plants; C. Stushnoff et al.. 23 additional chapters. Index.

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