Facing the Cold Stress by Plants in the Changing Environment: Sensing, Signaling, and Defending Mechanisms

@inproceedings{Thakur2013FacingTC,
  title={Facing the Cold Stress by Plants in the Changing Environment: Sensing, Signaling, and Defending Mechanisms},
  author={Prince Thakur and Harsh Nayyar},
  year={2013}
}
Growth constraints and stress result in signi fi cant crop losses and therefore the mechanisms underlying endurance and adaptation to these changes have long been the focus of intense research (Bray 2004 ) . Kültz (2005) elaborated two types of responses to a particular kind of stress (1) stress speci fi c adaptive responses and (2) general responses that confer basic protection. Temperature is one of the important factors, which determine the distribution of plants geographically in an optimum… CONTINUE READING
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