thermotolerance

thermotolerance

the state of being relatively unaffected by hot conditions.
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The maize variety Sultan was well equipped with secondary metabolites in terms of total soluble phenolics flavonoids tannins anthocyanins and saponins as free radical quenching system and thus showed better thermotolerance.
Extreme thermotolerance and behavioral induction of 70 kDa heat shock proteins and their encoding genes in honey bees.
Thermotolerance curves were constructed at different one-hour heat shocks (37, 39, 41, 43, 44, 45[degrees]C and a control at 25[degrees]C), measuring its effect on three life history traits involved in fitness: survival, fecundity and viability.
Blueberry polyphenols increase life span and thermotolerance in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Potassium chloride improves the thermotolerance of chicken exposed to acute heat stress.
Thus, characterizing and understanding the mechanisms by which high temperature stress disrupts and limits maize grain development is pivotal to efforts to establish ways to enhance plant thermotolerance and therefore provide yield stability.
Thermotolerance of amebae was assessed by testing for ability to grow on agar plates incubated at 40, 42, 45 and 47[degrees]C for five to seven days.
2+] level in tobacco seedlings in relation to thermotolerance.
Modulation of prostaglandin Al-induced thermotolerance by quercetin in human leukemic cells: role of heat shock protein 70.