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You searched for: Journal Environmental and experimental botany Remove constraint Journal: Environmental and experimental botany Publication Year 2014 Remove constraint Publication Year: 2014 Subject Mediterranean region Remove constraint Subject: Mediterranean region Subject Vitis Remove constraint Subject: Vitis
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- Pinheiro, Carla; Guerra-Guimarães, Leonor; David, Teresa S.; Vieira, Ana
- Environmental and experimental botany 2014 v.103 pp. 117-127
- Citrus; Eucalyptus; Pinus; Quercus; Rosaceae; Vitis; abiotic stress; amino acids; basins; binding proteins; biochemical pathways; biotic stress; carbon; chlorophyll; crops; drought; forestry; heat; heat shock proteins; nitrogen; oxygen evolving complex; plant adaptation; proteome; proteomics; ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase; ribulose-bisphosphate carboxylase activase; stress response; sustainable development; systematic review; transcriptomics; tree fruits; vulnerable species; woody plants; Mediterranean region
- ... Mediterranean woody species are vulnerable to multiple stresses that negatively affect plant survival and productivity. Drought and heat are increasing threats to the agricultural and forestry systems, making it urgently necessary to determine the mechanisms of plant adaptation and survival. Proteomics allows for the characterisation of a large number of proteins in a given tissue/organ, providing ...
- Tomás, Magdalena; Medrano, Hipólito; Escalona, Jose M.; Martorell, Sebastià; Pou, Alicia; Ribas-Carbó, Miquel; Flexas, Jaume
- Environmental and experimental botany 2014 v.103 pp. 148-157
- Vitis; canopy; cell respiration; climate change; climate models; cultivars; dry environmental conditions; leaves; viticulture; water use efficiency; Mediterranean region
- ... Predictions of climate change indicate an increase in water scarcity in Mediterranean areas. Therefore, improving water use efficiency (WUE) becomes crucial for sustainable viticulture in the Mediterranean for both grapevine growth and fruit productivity. Variability of WUE between cultivars presents an opportunity to select the most appropriate cultivars in viticultural areas with increasing arid ...