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Analysis of O-J-I-P Transients from Four Subtropical Plant Species for Screening of Stress Indicators under Low Temperature
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Analysis of O-J-I-P Transients from Four Subtropical Plant Species for Screening of Stress Indicators under Low Temperature
Oh Soonja; Koh Seok Chan;
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 Abstract
The changes of O-J-I-P transients were investigated using leaves of four subtropical plant species (Crinum asiaticum var. japonicum, Osmanthus insularis, Chloranthus glaber and Asplenium antiquum) under the natural conditions in winter, in order to select the stress indicators for diagnosing physiological states of plants under low temperature. In the O-J-I-P transients of these species, the fluorescence intensity was found to be higher in O-step and lower in P-step in winter than in summer. Particularly, the fluorescence intensity of the P-step in Crinum asiaticum var. japonicum was lower than those of other three plant species, indicating that Crinum asiaticum var. japonicum is the most sensitive to low temperature. Of the chlorophyll fluorescence parameters derived from O-J-I-P transients of four subtropical plants, Fm, Fv/Fo, ABS/CS, TRo/CS, and decreased significantly with the increase of Fo, Sm, N, EToICS, ETo/RC and depending on temperature drop in winter. Therefore, these parameters could be used as indicators for estimating low temperature stress and diagnosing physiological states of plants under the natural conditions in winter.
 Keywords
Chlorophyll fluorescence parameters;Low temperature;O-J-I-P transients;Stress indicators;Subtropical plant species;
 Language
Korean
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아열대성 식물 4종의 엽록소형광과 항산화효소 활성의 일주기적 변화,오순자;고창효;고석찬;

Journal of Environmental Science International, 2007. vol.16. 5, pp.633-640 crossref(new window)
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