Low temperature increases the abundance of early light-inducible transcript under light stress conditions.

@article{Adamska1994LowTI,
  title={Low temperature increases the abundance of early light-inducible transcript under light stress conditions.},
  author={Iwona Adamska and Klaus Kloppstech},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1994},
  volume={269 48},
  pages={30221-6}
}
Green pea plants respond to light stress by expression of a nuclear ELIP (early light-inducible protein) gene. Here we report that the accumulation of ELIP transcript in pea plants during light stress is enhanced by low temperature treatment. The enhanced level of ELIP transcript during combined light and cold stress was found to be due to an increased stability of ELIP messenger RNA under these conditions. This transcript is translatable in vitro. In vivo, however, the amount of accumulated… CONTINUE READING