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Temperature

  • V. Chalupa
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Part of the Forestry Sciences book series (FOSC, volume 24-26)

Abstract

Temperature effects all physiological processes and is an important variable influencing the development of explants. The effects of temperature on the plant are largely mediated by their effects on chemical reactions (68).

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Forest Tree Callus Culture Cold Treatment Physiol Plant Pinus Pinaster 
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