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Yuliya A. Salanenka, Martin C. Goffinet, and Alan G. Taylor

30 min. Cutin and suberin give a red–orange color with Sudan III–IV and a blue–black color with Sudan black B ( Krishnamurthy, 1999 ). For fluorescent microscopy of lipids, neutral red ( Lulai and Morgan, 1992 ), rhodamine B, and auramine O ( Gahan

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Chun-hui Shi, Xiao-qing Wang, Xue-ying Zhang, Lian-ying Shen, Jun Luo, and Yu-xing Zhang

cell layer, and a cork meristem ( Wang et al., 2016 ). A green peel is formed by the accumulation of chlorophyll in epidermal cells, whereas a russet peel results from microscopic cracks and accumulation of suberin on the cell wall of the epidermal cell

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Joyous Suiyigheh Tata and Hans Christian Wien

cultivars were stained with toluidine blue O and examined by light microscopy. Tests for suberin, lignin, and pectic substances were done using thin hand sections. Three florets each from two inflorescences in each stage were studied. Three sections from

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Fahrettin Goktepe, Teresa Seijo, Zhanao Deng, Brent K. Harbaugh, Natalia A. Peres, and Robert J. McGovern

temperatures (13 or 18 °C) favored F. solani rot in caladium tubers. Marousky and Raulston (1973) reported that suberin formation on caladium was greatest at 32 °C and was inhibited at 10 or 15 °C. We observed suberin formation and walling off of the

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Arianna Bozzolo and Michael R. Evans

it is considered a natural and renewable raw product ( Silva et al., 2005 ). Cork consists essentially of suberin, lignin, and cellulose ( Kolattukudy, 1978 ) and also contains a small amount of fatty acids, terpenes, long chain aliphatic compounds

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He Li, Cheng-Jiang Ruan, Li Wang, Jian Ding, and Xing-Jun Tian

-feruloyl transferase, participating in suberin biosynthetic process in epidermal tissues, correlated with adaption to the environmental changes in plants, such as resistance to desiccation and providing defense to many pathogens ( Pollard et al., 2008 ; Schreiber

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Mildred N. Makani, Steven A. Sargent, Lincoln Zotarelli, Donald J. Huber, and Charles A. Sims

treatment, was likely due to poor barrier properties of immature skin to water vapor loss from the pulp ( Sabba and Lulai, 2002 ). Suberin, a complex biopolyester embedded with soluble waxes, is deposited on the periderm during tuber growth and after harvest

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Subhankar Mandal and Christopher S. Cramer

could be healed by suberin-containing structural barriers, such as periderm, and protect the plant from pathogenic infections ( Soler et al., 2011 ). Because wound-induced suberization accelerates in the presence of higher oxygen ( Wei et al., 2018

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Sarah M. Bharath, Christian Cilas, and Pathmanathan Umaharan

), whereas fruit with a pebbled epidermis revealed lignified cells and increased suberin levels immediately at the pebbled zones (red-stained regions). Notably, larger pebbled areas displayed considerable cell wall lignification and suberized zones ( Fig. 4B

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Yuliya A. Salanenka and Alan G. Taylor

tissues (plasma membrane, waxes, cutin, suberin, etc). Lipophilicity is quantified as log K ow (where K ow is the octan-1-ol/water partition coefficient). The relationship of log K ow and plant tissue uptake reveals a Gaussian curve with a range from