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Ethylene is involved in maintaining tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) pollen quality under heat-stress conditions
Year:
2012
Source of publication :
AoB Plants
Authors :
אלטחן, לביאה
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מאיר, שמעון
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פירון, נורית
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פרסמן, איתן
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Volume :
2012
Co-Authors:

Khoury, Reham

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Abstract:

Exposure to higher-than-optimal temperatures reduces crop yield and quality, mainly due to sensitivity of developing pollen grains. The mechanisms maintaining high pollen quality under heat-stress conditions are poorly understood. Our recently published data indicate high heat-stress-induced expression of ethylene-responsive genes in tomato pollen, indicating ethylene involvement in the pollen heat-stress response. Here we elucidated ethylene's involvement in pollen heat-stress response and thermotolerance by assessing the effects of interfering with the ethylene signalling pathway and altering ethylene levels on tomato pollen functioning under heat stress.

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ethylene
heat stress
pollen
Solanum lycopersicum
temperature
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DOI :
10.1093/aobpla/pls024
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Ethylene is involved in maintaining tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) pollen quality under heat-stress conditions

Exposure to higher-than-optimal temperatures reduces crop yield and quality, mainly due to sensitivity of developing pollen grains. The mechanisms maintaining high pollen quality under heat-stress conditions are poorly understood. Our recently published data indicate high heat-stress-induced expression of ethylene-responsive genes in tomato pollen, indicating ethylene involvement in the pollen heat-stress response. Here we elucidated ethylene's involvement in pollen heat-stress response and thermotolerance by assessing the effects of interfering with the ethylene signalling pathway and altering ethylene levels on tomato pollen functioning under heat stress.

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