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Mechanism for the increase in frost resistance and winter hardiness following cold hardening of plants



Mechanism for the increase in frost resistance and winter hardiness following cold hardening of plants



Fiziologiya Rastenii 28(6): 1230-1238



On the basis of a study of reaction to cold hardening in four wheat varieties differing in frost resistance, it is concluded that hardening and the subsequent increase in resistance are associated with almost complete cessation of growth and less marked inhibition of autotrophic nutrition.

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