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Steve C. Yuza, Art L. Youngman, and John C. Pair

108 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 487–492) Water Stress–Woody Ornamentals/Landscape/Turf

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David H. Suchoff, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Matthew D. Kleinhenz, Frank J. Louws, and Christopher C. Gunter

Crop production systems must become more water use efficient. About 70% of global and 80% of the U.S. fresh water consumption is for agricultural practices ( Evans and Sadler, 2008 ; Schaible and Aillery, 2012 ). With continual growth in global

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Baolin Zhang and Douglas D. Archbold

Abbreviations: FC, Fragaria chiloensis (L.) Duch. `BSP14'; FV, Fragaria virginiana (L.) Duch. `NCC85-13V'; RWC, relative water content; Ψ water potential; Ψ P , turgor potential; Ψ p osmotic potential; Ψπ 100 , osmotic potential at full turgor

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Giovanni Piccinni, Daniel I. Leskovar, and Thomas Marek

Oral Session 2—Water Utilization/Nutrition & Water Management Moderator: Daniel I. Leskovar 18 July 2005, 2:00–3:45 p.m. Room 107

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Mengmeng Gu, James A. Robbins, and Curt R. Rom

North Carolina. Paper birch grows best where provided with ample moisture and is adapted to a variety of soils ( Farrar, 1995 ). Water deficit is a severe environmental stress to paper birch in the landscape and nursery production. Water-deficit stress

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Tomasz Anisko and Orville M. Lindstrom

99 POSTER SESSION 15 (Abstr. 685-697) Water Stress and Utilization

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Genhua Niu, Denise S. Rodriguez, and Cynthia McKenney

Water quantity and quality are critical global issues. As the urban population increases, the competition for high-quality water among agriculture, industry, and domestic water users is becoming progressively intense. Water consumption in urban

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Soo-Hyung Kim, Kenneth A. Shackel, and J. Heinrich Lieth

We thank Alexandra Rosati and Jonathan Guan from the NSF Young Scholars Program for carrying out stem water potential measurements and preliminary photosynthesis measurements, respectively. We thank Drs. Loren Oki and Mark Roh for helpful comments

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Chunqing Sun, Zhihu Ma, Zhenchao Zhang, Guosheng Sun, and Zhongliang Dai

Water lilies are important flowers that are widely cultivated in gardens for both ornaments and water purification ( Huang et al., 2009 ). The genus Nymphaea could be classified into six subgenera, i.e., Anecphya , Brachyceras , Confluentes

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Erik B. G. Feibert, Clint C. Shock, and Monty Saunders

99 POSTER SESSION 15 (Abstr. 685-697) Water Stress and Utilization