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Record #119898:

Heat shock protects yeast cells from freezing injury caused by ice formation / Kaoru Obuchi, Sunil C. Kaul, Hitoshi Iwahashi, Yasuhiko Komatsu.

Title: Heat shock protects yeast cells from freezing injury caused by ice formation / Kaoru Obuchi, Sunil C. Kaul, Hitoshi Iwahashi, Yasuhiko Komatsu.
Author(s): Obuchi, Kaoru.
Kaul, Sunil C.
Iwahashi, Hitoshi.
Komatsu, Yasuhiko.
Date: 1992.
Publisher: Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press
In: Physics and chemistry of ice. (1992.),
Abstract: Exposure of cells to sub-lethal hyperthermia reduces subsequent freezing injury by increasing amount of unfreezable water, raising transition temperature for amorphous→ice transition, and lowering melting point.
Notes:

In: Physics and chemistry of ice / Norikazu Maeno, Takeo Hondoh, eds.

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
58 -- Botany.
58.036.5 -- Plants, influence of low temperatures.
582.28 -- Fungi.
57 -- Biology.
574.2.045 -- Organisms, influence of temperature.
536.48 -- Low temperature phenomena in living things.
E14 -- Glaciology: biological aspects of ice and snow.
SPRI record no.: 119898

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