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Author(s):Chandler, Peter
Author Affiliation:CSIRO Division of Plant Industry in Canberra
Title:CSIRO research project on plant responses to drought may benefit world turf culture
Source:Official Journal of the Australian Golf Course. No. 9, September/October 1988, p. 44.
Publishing Information:Sandringham, Victoria, Australia: Claim Pty. LTD. Published as an insert to TurfCraft Aust.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Drought; Physiological responses; Abscisic acid; Stomata; Research
Abstract/Contents:Explains effects of dehydration on plants. Shows 2 different ways to stop this. First, it is advantageous for the plant to conserve water by having the stomata closed. Second, is protein synthesis in the plant to raise the level of abscisic acid (ABA). Dehydrins are discussed. Thanks to the donation of Ken and Yasuko Myer, support will be given to the fellowship for the next three years. This will go to investigating novel aspects of the responses of crop plants to water shortages.
Language:English
References:0
Note:Pictures, b/w
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Chandler, P. 1988. CSIRO research project on plant responses to drought may benefit world turf culture. Off. J. Aust. Golf Course Superintendents Assoc. 9:p. 44.
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