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Peter M.A. Toivonen

sweet cherries is an important practice to ensure delivery of good quality at the market place ( Mattheis and Fellman, 2004 ). All sweet cherry packing lines incorporate hydrocooling to reduce fruit temperature before packing within several minutes

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Robyn L. Cave, Colin J. Birch, Graeme L. Hammer, John E. Erwin, and Margaret E. Johnston

development to facilitate production protocols for year-round cultivation. Although Roche et al. (1997) investigated the effects of smoke on seed dormancy of B. australis , this is the first study to investigate the effect of different constant temperatures

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San-Gwang Hwang, Hsiao-Chien Chao, and Huey-Ling Lin

intensity, temperature, and ambient CO 2 concentration. Furthermore, past research has revealed that different crop species may respond differently to elevated temperatures. For example, Lara and Andreo (2011) indicated that C4 plants show higher

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Kenneth J. Boote, Maria R. Rybak, Johan M.S. Scholberg, and James W. Jones

field measures to ensure their robustness of prediction, especially in the context of climatic stresses such as elevated temperature. There are a number of crop growth models for tomato of which some are adapted for greenhouse production and others for

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Elizabeth Mitcham, Lisa Neven, and Bill Biasi

66 ORAL SESSION 12 (Abstr. 470-477) Cross-commodity: Postharvest Physiology/Temperature Stress

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John Jifon, Kevin Crosby, and Daniel Leskovar

Poster Session 46—Temperature Stress Physiology 21 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

Ivy geranium ( Pelargonium peltatum L.) is an important floriculture crop but it does not tolerate the high temperatures of southeastern U.S. summers. Under heat stress, the newly developing leaves of ivy geranium are partially or completely white

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Kayla Snyder, Amanda Grant, Christopher Murray, and Bryon Wolff

-Pérez and Batal, 2002 ; Greer and Dole, 2003 ; Lamont, 1993 ) on soil temperature ( Chakraborty et al., 2008 ; Díaz-Pérez, 2009 , 2010 ; Díaz-Pérez et al., 2005 ; Lamont, 2005 ), moisture ( Chakraborty et al., 2008 ; Greer and Dole, 2003 ; Ramalan

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C.L. Haynes, O.M. Lindstrom, and M.A. Dirr

89 POSTER SESSION 13 Temperature Stress/Cross-Commodity

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Emma Bradford, James F. Hancock, and Ryan M. Warner

and Waldo, 1934 ), and photoperiod-insensitive varieties are defined as day neutral (DN) ( Bringhurst and Voth, 1978 ). However, early on, Darrow (1936) described the influence of temperature on flower initiation in strawberry, indicating the