The management of extracellular ice by petioles of frost resistant herbaceous plants
• Background and Aims: Some frost-tolerant herbaceous plants droop and wilt during frost events and recover turgor and posture on thawing. It has long been known that when plant tissues freeze, extracellular ice forms. Distributions of ice and water in
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