Screening for changes in leaf and cambial proteome of Populus tremula × P. alba under different heat constraints.

  title={Screening for changes in leaf and cambial proteome of Populus tremula × P. alba under different heat constraints.},
  author={Thomas C. Durand and Kjell Sergeant and Sabine Carpin and Philippe Label and Domenico Morabito and Jean-Francois Hausman and Jenny Renaut},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  volume={169 17},
Young poplar plants were exposed to different heat regimes, a rapid heat constraint at 42°C (heat shock HS) alone or preceded by a stepwise increase in temperature (heat gradient HG). Proteomics analyses were carried out on both leaf and cambial tissues. The responses of both tissues were compared and linked to morphological and physiological observations. Both heat treatments negatively affected the photosynthetic rate while increasing the stomatal conductance. In the leaf, the HS impacted… Expand
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