Involvement of DNA methylation in the control of cell growth during heat stress in tobacco BY-2 cells


The alteration of growth patterns, through the adjustment of cell division and expansion, is a characteristic response of plants to environmental stress. In order to study this response in more depth, the effect of heat stress on growth was investigated in tobacco BY-2 cells. The results indicate that heat stress inhibited cell division, by slowing cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00709-015-0772-y

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