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Frost Stress Tolerances and Cut Roses: A Review

DOI: 10.18805/ag.R-181    | Article Id: R-181 | Page : 215-219
Citation :- Frost Stress Tolerances and Cut Roses: A Review.Agricultural Reviews.2021.(42):215-219
A.J. Khaskheli, M.I. Khaskheli, L. Zhang, A.A. Khaskheli, L.H. Qing aajkhaskheli2012@gmail.com
Address : Institute of Cell Biology and Ministry of Education Key Laboratory of Cell Activities and Stress Adaptations, School of Life Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou 730000, China.
Submitted Date : 23-11-2020
Accepted Date : 17-02-2021

Abstract

In order to meet the challenges of providing food to the ever increasing population of the world, there is an insistent need to boost crop yield. Unfortunately, the production of agriculture decreasing due to various environmental factors including frost and cold are very important, especially in winter. Indeed, frost is the most important abiotic problem and one of the doctrine limiting factors affecting plant growth and development in winter. Despite various obvious symptoms under frost stress, the yellowing of leaves, weak germination, curling of leaves, decreased rate of cell swelling and wilting, reduced flower opening, curling of petals leads to the cells death. This severe damage is largely due to the sensitive drying associated with freezing during frost. In addition, signal transduction is to switch on frost response genes and transcription factors to mediating stress tolerance, thus underline mechanism of frost stress and genes involve in the frost/cold stress signal network is very important for plant growth and development. In present review, plant significances in daily life and issues related to abiotic stresses such as frost and cold tolerance mechanisms are discussed.

Keywords

Abiotic stress Cut rose Frost tolerances Ice-minus Ice-plus bacteria

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