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thermotolerance

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  • n. The ability to withstand relatively hot conditions

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  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol, sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol. sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • An investigation of heat-shock and thermotolerance induction responses as indices of seed vigour in grain sorghum

    Chapter 28

  • DNA probes are being used as markers by the researchers in Wales to follow regions of the chromosomes linked to the thermotolerance trait from parents to subsequent generations.

    10. Sorghum: Specialty Types

  • Some additional desirable traits for these microorganisms are: an ability to produce flavor components that which favor consumption of these foods in traditional and new markets; the capability to break down antinutritional factors (i.e., physic acid) present in some substrates; the production of enzymes to utilize recalcitrant wastes as substrates; the inability to synthesize toxins and other undesirable secondary products; and thermotolerance and osmotolerance, which are important characteristics in solid substrate fermentation processes.

    Chapter 4

  • Mutation to increase yields, alcohol tolerance, and thermotolerance (which would allow the alcohol to be removed as vapor at, say, 70° C) would be an important part of this development.

    3 Ethanol Production

  • The thermotolerance of A. fumigatus is one of the traits which have been assigned to pathogenicity.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Heat-shock response • Due to strong heat-shock protein induction triggered by environmental stress • Heat shock protein - enhance thermotolerance - facilitate folding under Tegula funebralis non-stressful conditions (intertidal) - catalyze the refolding of Tegula brunnea partially denatured (subtidal) proteins and thus stabilize protein under stress

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