Respiratory alternative oxidase responds to both low- and high-temperature stress in Quercus rubra leaves along an urban-rural gradient in New York

Citation

Searle ST, Bitterman DS,Thomas S, Griffin KL, Atkin OK, Turnbull MH 2011, 'Respiratory alternative oxidase responds to both low- and high-temperature stress in Quercus rubra leaves along an urban-rural gradient in New York', Functional Ecology, vol. 25, pp. 1007-1017.

Year

2011

Fields of Research

  • Plant Physiology
  • Ecological Physiology
  • Ecosystem Function

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