Sex-related differences in morphological, physiological, and ultrastructural responses of Populus cathayana to chilling

@inproceedings{Zhang2011SexrelatedDI,
  title={Sex-related differences in morphological, physiological, and ultrastructural responses of Populus cathayana to chilling},
  author={Sheng Zhang and Hao Jiang and Shuming Peng and Helena Korpelainen and Chang-ming Li},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2011}
}
Low temperature is one of the abiotic factors limiting plant growth and productivity. Yet, knowledge about sex-related responses to low temperature is very limited. In our study, the effects of low, non-freezing temperature on morphological, physiological, and ultrastructural traits of leaves in Populus cathayana Rehd. males and females were investigated. The results showed that 4 °C temperature caused a chilling stress, and females suffered from greater negative effects than did males. At the… CONTINUE READING
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