Seasonal fluctuation of dehydrins is related to osmotic status in Scots pine needles

@article{KontunenSoppela2001SeasonalFO,
  title={Seasonal fluctuation of dehydrins is related to osmotic status in Scots pine needles},
  author={Sari Kontunen-Soppela and Kari Laine},
  journal={Trees},
  year={2001},
  volume={15},
  pages={425-430}
}
Seasonal variation in dehydrins and other soluble proteins of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) needles, buds and bark were analyzed monthly for 1 year from 1998 to 1999. Dehydrin-related proteins of 60 and 56 kDa were identified immunologically in all tissues. The concentration of the 60-kDa dehydrin was highest during the winter (October–February) in buds and bark but increased in early spring (March–May) in needles. Accumulation of the 60-kDa dehydrin in the needles in springtime was related… CONTINUE READING

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