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Table 2 BR response to various kinds of high temperature stresses

From: The physiological and molecular mechanism of brassinosteroid in response to stress: a review

Stress Crop Year Remarks References
High temperature Brassica 2013 Decreased lipid peroxidation, increase proline contents, protect cell membrane by EBR [96]
Heat stress Tomato 2005 EBR increase basic thermotolerance of germinating pollen [97]
Heat stress Rice 2016 BER increase pollen fertility, germination rate and reduce the effect of heat stress [98]
Heat stress Brassica 2002 EBR increase accumulation and biosynthesis of heat shock protein (HSPs), protect plant form heat stress [99]
Lethal heat stress Tomato/Brassica 1999 EBR induce expression of HSPs and significant increase plant survival under heat stress condition [100]
High temperature Rice 2015 EBR significantly enhance photosynthetic activity, chlorophyll, yield and yield components under stress [65]
Heat drought Wheat 2017 EBR increase significantly photosynthetic capacity by increasing RCA subunit and Rubisco activity under drought and heat stress [45]
Thermo-tolerance Tomato 2011 EBR significantly increase photosynthesis, chlorophyll, pollen germination % and bursting % yield and related parameters under heat stress [101]
Heat stress Tomato 2016 EBR enhance antioxidant enzyme activity, photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, electron transport rate and Rubisco activity under heat stress condition [100]
Heat stress Banana 2004 EBR significantly increase shoot length, shoot induction %, fresh weight and reduce injury % under heat stress in In vitro condition [71]
High temperature stress Leymus chinensis 2016 EBR enhance plant growth, antioxidant enzyme capacity, chlorophyll, GR, under high temperature stress [102]