Recovery from water stress affects grape leaf petiole transcriptome

  title={Recovery from water stress affects grape leaf petiole transcriptome},
  author={Irene Perrone and Chiara Pagliarani and Claudio Lovisolo and Walter Chitarra and Federica Roman and Andrea Schubert},
Fast and efficient recovery from water stress is a key determinant of plant adaptation to changing meteorological conditions modulating transpiration, i.e. air temperature and humidity. We analysed transcriptomic responses during rehydration after water stress in grapevine leaf petioles, where embolism formation and repair commonly take place, and where metabolic changes related to embolism recovery are expected to be particularly important. We compared gene expression of recovering plants with… CONTINUE READING


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