thermotolerance

thermotolerance

the state of being relatively unaffected by hot conditions.
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In tropical zones, crossbreeding between Bos indicus and Bos taurus is a common practice not only to increase production and reproduction but also to maintain thermotolerance of breed (Cunningham and Syrstad, 1987).
monocytogenes cells were shifted from a lower to higher temperature within a short period, it caused an acquired thermotolerance or protection against lethal temperature (Bunning et al.
In Drosophila melanogaster Meigen (Diptera: Drosophilidae), thermotolerance was found to be significantly improved in a strain with extra copies of HSP70s (Bettencourt et al.
Results of an exflagellation test were positive, and a thermotolerance test showed organism growth at 44[degrees]C -45[degrees]C (7).
The product's unique performance characteristics include: high in vivo activity under gastric conditions for sustained performance; improved activity at low substrate concentrations to maximize phytate hydrolysis; high gastric stability for activity throughout the upper gastrointestinal tract; high intrinsic thermotolerance and pelleting stability; as well as improved bioavailability due to eliminating the need for thermo protective coatings.
2002) Thermotolerance generated by plant/fungal symbiosis.
Physiological responses in a variable environment: relationship between metabolism, Hsp and thermotolerance in a intertidal-subtidal species.
2006), mediate direct and indirect plant defenses (Pichersky and Gershenzon, 2002) and improve thermotolerance in plants (Sharkey et al.
Heat shock proteins, thermotolerance and their relevance to clinical hyperthermia.
Effects of 0-methylated metabolites of quercetin on oxidative stress, thermotolerance, life span and bioavailability on Caenorhabditis elegans.