Hyperhydricity of Micropropagated Shoots: A Typically Stress-induced Change of Physiological State View Full Text


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2004-05

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Claire Kevers, Thierry Franck, Reto J. Strasser, Jacques Dommes, Thomas Gaspar

ABSTRACT

Hyperhydricity of micropropagated shoots, formerly called vitrification, undoubtedly results from growth and culture conditions, subjectively reputated as stressing factors: wounding, infiltration of soft culture medium, generally of a high ionic strength, rich in nitrogen and in growth regulators in a special balance, in a humid and gaseous confined atmosphere. Stress is (objectively) defined as a disruption of homeostasis resulting from a constraint escaping the usual flexibility of metabolism. It induces another temporary (reversible) or definitive (irreversible) thermodynamic physiological state. The state-change concept developed by Strasser (1988) and Strasser and Tsimilli-Michael (2001) is applicable to the phenomenon of hyperhydricity. An appraisal of the redox capacities of hyperhydrated shoots together with a study of some enzymic activities that catalyse pentose phosphate and glycolytic pathways has indeed shown that such shoots have evolved towards a temporary state of lower differentiation or a juvenile state with a sufficient activity to survive and to defend themselves. More... »

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181-191

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    65 medium
    66 metabolism
    67 micropropagated shoots
    68 nitrogen
    69 pathway
    70 phenomenon
    71 phenomenon of hyperhydricity
    72 physiological state
    73 redox capacity
    74 regulator
    75 results
    76 shoots
    77 soft culture medium
    78 special balance
    79 state
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    81 strength
    82 stress
    83 stress-induced changes
    84 study
    85 such shoots
    86 sufficient activity
    87 temporary state
    88 thermodynamic physiological state
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