ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL DEPENDENCE OF LEAF ESPIRATION:RESPONSES TO SHORT- AND LONG-TERM CHANGES IN GROWTH TEMPERATURE
Using measurements of leaf respiratory O2 uptake (R), we investigated whether immature and mature Arabidopsis thaliana (ecotype Columbia) leaves differed in their response to temperature. Confocal microscopy (using plants with mitochondrially targeted green fluorescent protein [GFP]) was used to determine whether ontogenetic changes in R are associated with concomitant changes in mitochondrial morphology/abundance. Comparisons were made of warm-grown (25/20°C) leaves, warm-grown leaves shifted...[Show more]
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