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Title Plant and microbe adaptations to cold in a changing world : proceedings from Plant and Microbe Adaptations to Cold 2012 / Ryozo Imai, Midori Yoshida, Naoyuki Matsumoto, editors.
Publication Info. New York : Springer, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource.
Contents 1. Global change in winter climate and agricultural sustainability -- 2. Soil freezing dynamics in a changing climate: implications for agriculture -- 3. Winter climate change and ecological implications in temperate systems -- 4. Possible change of water and nitrate cycles associated with the frost-depth decrease under climate change -- 5. Soil Frost Control: Its Application to Volunteer Potato Management in a Cold Region -- 6. Climatic and physiological background of ice encasement damage of herbage plants -- 7. NO, antioxidants and metabolites as key players in plant cold acclimation -- 8. The function and evolution of closely related COR/LEA (COld Regulated/Late Embryogenesis Abundant) proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana -- 9. 3D Reconstruction of Frozen Plant Tissue: a unique histological analysis to image post-freeze responses -- 10. Post-transcriptional and post-translational modifications controlling cold response -- 11. Cold shock domain proteins in Arabidopsis: functions in stress tolerance and development -- 12. Regulation of RNA metabolism in plant adaptation to cold -- 13. Protein Phosphorylation Network in Abscisic Acid Signaling -- 14. Using synchrotron FTIR and confocal cryomicroscopy to explore mechanisms of cold acclimation and freezing resistance using a single cell layer of Allium fistulosum L. -- 15. Supercooling-Facilitating Hydrolyzable Tannins Isolated from Xylem Tissues of Cercidiphyllum japonicum -- 16. ICE1, a transcription factor involved in cold signaling and tolerance -- 17. Breeding for improved winter survival in forage grasses -- 18. Molecular changes in recurrently selected populations of forage legumes -- 19. Abiotic stress signal network with expression QTLs for cold-responsive genes in common wheat -- 20. Molecular analysis of fructan metabolism associated with freezing tolerance and snow mold resistance of winter wheat -- 21. Do growth kinetics of snow-mold fungi explain exponential CO2 fluxes through the snow? -- 22. Change in Snow Mold Flora in Eastern Hokkaido and its Impact on Agriculture -- 23. Phytopathogenic fungi and fungal-like microbes in Svalbard -- 24. Ecological Strategies of Snow Molds to Tolerate Freezing Stress -- 25. Snow mold fungi in Russia -- 26. Snow moulds in a changing environment - a Scandinavian perspective -- 27. Mechanisms of snow mold resistance in wheat -- 28. Activating Disease Resistance in Turfgrasses Against Fungal Pathogens: Civitas and Harmonizer.
Note Includes index.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed September 16, 2013).
Subject Plants -- Effect of cold on -- Congresses.
Microorganisms -- Effect of cold on -- Congresses.
Added Author Imai, Ryozo, editor of compilation.
Yoshida, Midori, editor of compilation.
Matsumoto, Naoyuki, editor of compilation.
Ebooks Corporation
ISBN 9781461482536 (electronic bk.)
1461482534 (electronic bk.)
9781461482529
Standard No. 10.1007/978-1-4614-8253-6 doi
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