Physiological, biochemical, and genome-wide transcriptional analysis reveals that elevated CO2 mitigates the impact of combined heat wave and drought stress in Arabidopsis thaliana at multiple organizational levels.

@article{Zinta2014PhysiologicalBA,
  title={Physiological, biochemical, and genome-wide transcriptional analysis reveals that elevated CO2 mitigates the impact of combined heat wave and drought stress in Arabidopsis thaliana at multiple organizational levels.},
  author={Gaurav Zinta and Hamada Abdelgawad and Malgorzata A. Domagalska and Lucia Vergauwen and Dries Knapen and I. de Nijs and Ivan A. Janssens and Gerrit T. S. Beemster and Han Asard},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={
          3670-85
        }
}
Climate changes increasingly threaten plant growth and productivity. Such changes are complex and involve multiple environmental factors, including rising CO2 levels and climate extreme events. As the molecular and physiological mechanisms underlying plant responses to realistic future climate extreme conditions are still poorly understood, a multiple organizational level analysis (i.e. eco-physiological, biochemical, and transcriptional) was performed, using Arabidopsis exposed to incremental… CONTINUE READING
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