Physiological and biochemical responses of wheat varieties to heat stress

Özkan, Fatma


Physiological and biochemical responses of wheat cultivars to salt stress
Özalp, Veli Cengiz; Yücel, Meral; Department of Biological Sciences (1993)
Physiological, Biochemical and Molecular Responses of Quinoa Plant Under Drought Stress
YERLİKAYA, BAYRAM ALİ; Aksoy, Emre (2017-09-11)
Physiological and biochemical screeing of different Turkish Lentil (Lens culinaris M.) cultivars under drought stress condition
Gökçay, Derya; Yücel, Ayşe Meral; Baloğlu, Mehmet Cengiz; Department of Biotechnology (2012)
Legumes being the most important crops worldwide are limited in terms of adaptability and productivity mainly by the abiotic stresses. In this study, the aim was to understand tolerance mechanisms of lentil cultivars under drought stress by physiological and biochemical analyses. This study was carried out with six Turkish Lentil cultivars (Seyran, Kafkas, Malazgirt, Çağıl, Çiftçi, Özbek) subjected to drought stresses (10% and 15% PEG) and their physiological and biochemical properties were examined to sele...
Physiological, biochemical and molecular analysis of wheat cultivars under boron treatments
Kayıhan, Ceyhun; Yücel, Ayşe Meral; Eyidoğan, Füsun; Department of Biotechnology (2014)
Many studies have described the physiological, biochemical and molecular responses to boron (B) toxicity and deficiency individually in plants. However, overall pattern of gene expression changes and their physiological and biochemical significances after high B, low B and supplementing artificial B-enriched fertilizer (Tarımbor) application have not been proposed up till now. In the present study, we assessed global changes in gene expression of two wheat cultivars Bolal-2973 and Atay-85 differing in their ...
Physiological, Biochemical, and Transcriptional Responses to Single and Combined Abiotic Stress in Stress-Tolerant and Stress-Sensitive Potato Genotypes
Demirel, Ufuk; Morris, Wayne L.; Ducreux, Laurence J. M.; Yavuz, Caner; Asim, Arslan; Tindas, Ilknur; Campbell, Raymond; Morris, Jenny A.; Verrall, Susan R.; Hedley, Pete E.; Gokce, Zahide N. O.; Caliskan, Sevgi; Aksoy, Emre; Caliskan, Mehmet E.; Taylor, Mark A.; Hancock, Robert D. (2020-02-01)
Potato production is often constrained by abiotic stresses such as drought and high temperatures which are often present in combination. In the present work, we aimed to identify key mechanisms and processes underlying single and combined abiotic stress tolerance by comparative analysis of tolerant and susceptible cultivars. Physiological data indicated that the cultivars Desiree and Unica were stress tolerant while Agria and Russett Burbank were stress susceptible. Abiotic stress caused a greater reduction...
Citation Formats
F. Özkan, “Physiological and biochemical responses of wheat varieties to heat stress,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.