5 y of age, cold tolerance from one of the sites at age 3.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Cold Tolerance
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They raised those lines at sites in Texas and recorded soil and air temperatures to assess the cold tolerance of each plant.
Discussing the projects in details, he said that eight projects of wheat, six of cotton, four of rice, three of sugarcane, four of vegetable, seven of fruits, 11 of livestock and six miscellaneous projects were in operation under PARB, which attempted to resolve major issues like CLCV in cotton, BLB in rice, stem rust in wheat, drought, salinity, frost and cold tolerance in various crops and specify Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for disease-free and economically-viable seedling in potato, olive and date palm.
They discuss the survival of plant-parasitic and animal-parasitic nematodes outside their host, the genomes of Pristionchus pacificus and implications for survival attributes, the Dauer phenomenon, gene induction and desiccation stress in nematodes, longevity and stress tolerance in entomopathogenic nematodes, cold tolerance, molecular analyses and dessication survival in Antarctic nematodes, thermobiotic survival, osmotic and ionic regulation, and the biochemistry of survival.
Recipients' projects include: enhancing resistance to aphids in wheat; developing rice for cold tolerance in Brazil; and improving drought tolerance in wheat.
We've got quite high cold tolerance to start with because a lot of our stock started from Californian material, which is generally tolerant, he says.
A higher cold tolerance of adults or older instars is also recorded in western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis (Per grande) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) (McDonald et al.
Physiological and behavioral thermoregulation play a vital role in cold tolerance and, therefore, overwinter survival of spiders.