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Freeze/thaw-induced embolism depends on nadir temperature: the heterogeneous hydration hypothesis



Freeze/thaw-induced embolism depends on nadir temperature: the heterogeneous hydration hypothesis



Plant, Cell and Environment 29(5): 729-745



Freeze/thaw-induced embolism was studied in leaves of field-grown snow gum (Eucalyptus pauciflora) subject to frequent morning frosts. Juvenile trees were grown in buried pots, brought to the laboratory at different stages of acclimation and subjected to simulated frost-freezes (at 2 degrees C h-1) to nadir temperatures of -3 or -6 degrees C, which snow gums commonly experience.

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PMID: 17087458

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2005.01426.x


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