Our investigations were focused on energy metabolism, on the
significance of antioxidative systems under anoxia followed by postanoxia,
and on the lipid composition, stability and functioning of membranes and
organelles under the same conditions. In order to test our hypothesis,
we made use of manipulated dryland plants and of the comparison between
wetland and dryland species.
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