Data from: Evidence of stress imprinting with population-level differences in two moss species

Weiqiu Liu, Jianqu Xu, Wei Fu, Xiangyuan Wang, Chunyi Lei & Yunfeng Chen
Plants are often repeatedly exposed to stresses during their lives and have a mechanism called stress imprinting that provides ‘memories’ of stresses they experience and increases their ability to cope with later stresses. To test hypotheses that primed bryophytes can preserve their stress imprinting after 6 days of recovery and induce higher levels of osmolytes and ROS-scavenging activities upon later stress exposure, and there exist population-level differentiation in their desiccation defenses, we transplanted samples of...
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