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Long-Term Chilling of Young Tomato Plants under Low Light. III. Leaf Development as Reflected by Photosynthesis Parameters
A spontaneous point mutation in the Rubisco large subunit gene impairing holoenzyme assembly renders the IVβ plastome mutant of Oenothera extremely light‐ and chilling sensitive
A spontaneously occurring chloroplast genome (plastome) mutant of Oenothera, IVβ, was identified as a single point mutation in the Rubisco large subunit gene (G337 → C), leading to an V113L exchange,… Expand
Chilling sensitivity of photosynthesis: Ecophysiological studies in two Lycopersicon species of different chilling tolerance
Genome and plastome effects on photosynthesis parameters in Oenothera species of differential low‐temperature tolerance
The influence of the plastid genome (plastome) on the temperature dependence of chlorophyll fluorescence parameters was studied in four Oenothera species from climatically different habitats.… Expand