Limiting Temperatures for Life Functions

  • W. Larcher
  • U. Heber
  • K. A. Santarius

Abstract

Temperature stress strains a plant excessively; it may, however, not necessarily cause lethal injuries. The reactions of the plant depend on the degree and the duration of the stress, and on the resistance and adaptability of the stressed plant. Temperature stress, therefore, may present a limiting factor for plant life.

Keywords

Starch Hydration Recrystallization Serine Lysine 

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© Springer-Verlag, Berlin · Heidelberg 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Larcher
  • U. Heber
  • K. A. Santarius

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