Part of the Ecological Studies book series (ECOLSTUD, volume 215)
Synopsis: Drying Without Dying
This chapter focuses on aspects of desiccation tolerance of plants which connect several chapters addressing general principles and future research goals.
KeywordsLate Embryogenesis Abundant Desiccation Tolerance Xanthophyll Cycle Late Embryogenesis Abundant Protein Photosynthetic Reaction Center
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