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With flooding being one of the numerous challenges that ecosystems face throughout the world, plants are therefore obliged to adopt plastic responses in order to cope with this environmental constraint. When flooded, the tomato hypocotyl undergoes profound changes that entail rearrangements in its physiology and metabolism. In this work, we observed that, although soil flooding markedly dampens root respiration, the submerged hypocotyl surprisingly enhances oxygen consumption in spite ofdoi:10.22541/au.161321333.33849243/v1 fatcat:fjdlahr5zzgfxnul7kvioe7l4e