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Yongjun Yue and John M. Ruter

analyzed from each plant. Each leaf sample and internal standard of known genome size were included [ Pisum sativum ‘Ctirad’ (2C = 9.19 pg)]. About 1 cm 2 of newly emerged leaf tissue from each plant was chopped using a razor blade into 1- to 2-mm 2

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Brian A. Kahn

of a following crop of forage sorghum ( Sorghum bicolor ) compared with an unfertilized control ( Guldan et al., 1997a ). However, interseeding snap pea ( Pisum sativum ) into stands of chile pepper was not economically advantageous compared with

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Michael T. Martin Jr., Geoffrey M. Weaver, Matthew R. Chappell, and Jerry Davis

, since Ca cannot be redistributed via the phloem ( Falasca et al., 2004 ; White and Broadley, 2003 ). Eliasson (1978) showed that external Ca supply had a positive effect on root elongation in pea ( Pisum sativum L.) cuttings, although it did not

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Masahumi Johkan, Tomoko Chiba, Kazuhiko Mitsukuri, Satoshi Yamasaki, Hideyuki Tanaka, Kei-ichiro Mishiba, Toshinobu Morikawa, Masayuki Oda, Chihiro Yamamoto, and Hiroshi Ohkawa

and A3 in fruit growth of Pisum sativum L. and the identification of gibberellins A4 and A7 in young seeds Planta 201 446 455 Ross, J.J. O'Neil, D.P. Smith, J.J. Kerckhoffs, H.J. Elliot, R

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Christopher B. Cerveny, William B. Miller, Thomas Björkman, and Neil S. Mattson

arietinum L.), and field pea ( Pisum sativum L.) along with rice ( Oryza sativa L.) and other cereal grains and other food products ( Abu-Ghannam and McKenna, 1997 ; Bello et al., 2008 ; Hung et al., 1993 ; Peleg, 1988 ; Prasad et al., 2010

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Mordecai J. Jaffe and A. Carl Leopold

that in Gladiolus , which responds only to high-fluence red light ( Jacoby and Halevy, 1970 ). Although we do not see a role for the root cap in Easter lily contraction, the root cap can signal a decrease in root elongation in pea ( Pisum sativum L

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Sorkel Kadir, Michael Von Weihe, and Kassim Al-Khatib

, P. Feller, U. 2005 Growth at moderately elevated temperature alters the physiological response of photosynthetic apparatus to heat stress in pea ( Pisum sativum L.) leaves Plant Cell Environ. 28 302 317 Havaux

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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

result of a reduction in photosystem II (PSII) efficiency ( Kadir et al., 2006 ). Photosynthetic response to high temperatures can vary significantly within a species ( Reynolds et al., 1990 ). Net photosynthesis of pea ( Pisum sativum ) plants decreased

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Christopher B. Cerveny, William B. Miller, and Alan G. Taylor

results but suggested these treatments give some approximation to what happens with natural aging. When pea seeds ( Pisum sativum L.) were given accelerated aging treatments (37 °C and 100% relative humidity), respiration rate increased and vigor

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Suping Zhou, Roger Sauve, and Fur-Chi Chen

polypeptide showed an identity of 82% to the cysteine proteinase RD19a precursor (RD19) in A. thaliana (P43296), 80% to the cysteine proteinase 1 precursor in Zea mays L. (Q10716D), and 75% to the cysteine proteinase 15A precursor in Pisum sativum L. (P