Cold acclimation proteome analysis reveals close link between the up-regulation of low-temperature associated proteins and vernalization fulfillment.

@article{Sarhadi2010ColdAP,
  title={Cold acclimation proteome analysis reveals close link between the up-regulation of low-temperature associated proteins and vernalization fulfillment.},
  author={Elham Sarhadi and Siroos Mahfoozi and Seyed A Hosseini and Ghasem Hosseini Salekdeh},
  journal={Journal of proteome research},
  year={2010},
  volume={9 11},
  pages={5658-67}
}
Low-temperature (LT) stress is one of the major limiting factors in cereal production in cold high-altitude mountainous areas of Iran where cereals are exposed to variable periods of temperatures in the vernalization range during the autumn season. Cereals regulate their development through adaptive mechanisms that are responsive to low but nonfreezing temperatures. We exploited a proteomic approach to determine the interrelationship between vernalization fulfillment and expression of low… CONTINUE READING

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