Sylva Zelenková

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The accumulation of cold-induced dehydrin and proline was related to the frost tolerance (FT) in several Brassica species or cultivars. A dehydrin of molecular mass 47 kDa was detected in the leaves of an Ethiopian mustard (B. carinata) and a pair of dehydrins of similar molecular mass in the three (two winter, one spring) oilseed rape (B. napus) cultivars,(More)
Winter barley is an economically important cereal crop grown in higher latitudes and altitudes where low temperatures represent an important environmental constraint limiting crop productivity. In this study changes in proteome of leaves and crowns in a frost tolerant winter barley cv. Luxor in relation to short and long term periods of cold followed by a(More)
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