Spatial patterning of pigmentation in evergreen leaves in response to freezing stress
Evergreen leaves of temperate climate plants are often subject to frosts. Changes in carbon gain patterns arise from freezing-related tissue damage, and from interactions between light and temperature stress. We examined relationships between spatial patterns in freezing and concentrations of chlorophyll. Spatial patterns in pigmentation in leaves that had or had not been exposed to naturally occurring frosts were determined by conventional extraction techniques combined with high-resolution...[Show more]
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