Cultured Ovules as Models for Cotton Fiber Development under Low Temperatures.

@article{Haigler1991CulturedOA,
  title={Cultured Ovules as Models for Cotton Fiber Development under Low Temperatures.},
  author={Candace H. Haigler and Nadendla Rama Rao and Ellen M Roberts and Jung Y. Huang and Donna Upchurch and Norma L. Trolinder},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={88-96}
}
Cotton fibers (Gossypium hirsutum L.) developing in vitro responded to cyclic temperature change similarly to those of field-grown plants under diumal temperature fluctuations. Absolute temperatures and rates of temperature change were similar under both conditions. In vitro fibers exhibited a "growth ring" for each time the temperature cycled to 22 or 15 degrees C. Rings were rarely detected when the low point was 28 degrees C. The rings seemed to correspond to alternating regions of high and… CONTINUE READING

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