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HYPOXIA INDUCES H2O2 PRODUCTION AND ACTIVATES ANTIOXIDANT DEFENCE SYSTEM IN GRAPEVINE BUDS THROUGH MEDIATION OF H2O2 AND ETHYLENE
(SOCIETY FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 2012)
SIMILARITIES BETWEEN NATURAL AND CHEMICALLY INDUCED BUD-ENDODORMANCY RELEASE IN GRAPEVINE VITIS VINIFERA L.
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2010)
Expression analysis of phytochromes A, B and floral integrator genes during the entry and exit of grapevine-buds from endodormancy
A common molecular regulatory pathway that involves PHYA, PHYB and floral integrator genes CONSTANS (CO), FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) and SUPRESSOR OF OVEREXPRESSION OF CO1 (SOC1) has been suggested to participate in the ...
Photoperiod modifies the diurnal expression profile of VvPHYA and VvPHYB transcripts in field-grown grapevine leaves
Despite the crucial role that phytochromes (Phys) play in light perception and in the entrainment of the circadian clock to local time, the photoperiodic regulation of PHYA and PHYB gene expression has been poorly studied, ...
Similarities between natural and chemically induced bud-endodormancy release in grapevine Vitis vinifera L.
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2010-05-19)
Bud-break in grapevines (Vitis vinifera L) can be poor and uneven in locations that have warm winters with insufficient chilling. Growers in these regions use hydrogen cyanamide (HC), a dormancy-breaking compound, to ...
Hypoxia induces H2O2 production and activates antioxidant defence system in grapevine buds through mediation of H 2O2 and ethylene
Paradoxically, in eukaryotic cells, hydrogen peroxide (H2O 2) accumulates in response to oxygen deprivation (hypoxia). The source of H2O2 under hypoxia varies according to the species, organs, and tissue. In nonphotosynthetic ...
Relationship between endodormancy, FLOWERING LOCUS T and cell cycle genes in Vitis vinifera
Main conclusion In grapevines, the increased expression of VvFT, genes involved in the photoperiodic control of seasonal growth (VvAP1, VvAIL2) and cell cycle genes (VvCDKA, VvCDKB2, VvCYCA1, VvCYCB, VvCYCD3.2) in the shoot ...