Thermal de-acclimation:how permanent are leaf phenotypes when cold-acclimated plants experience warming?
We quantified a broad range of Arabidopsis thaliana (Col-0) leaf phenotypes for initially warm-grown (25/20 °C day/night) plants that were exposed to cold (5 °C) for periods of a few hours to 45 d before being transferred back to the warm, where leaves
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