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Sheng Xu, Mingmin Jiang, Jiangyan Fu, Lijian Liang, Bing Xia, and Ren Wang

deficit stress-induced oxidative stress in Lycoris . Meanwhile, the comparisons among different Lycoris species under water deficit stress were poorly investigated. Here, the effects of water deficit stress on various aspects of physiological responses

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Zhongchun Wang and Bruno Quebedeaux

49 ORAL SESSION 12 (Abstr. 081-087) Tree Fruits and Nuts: Water and Temperature Stress

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Rajeev Arora, S.P. Dharmalingam, and B.C. Bearce

136 ORAL SESSION 29 (Abstr. 205–210) Stress–Heat and Water

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Clinton C. Shock, Erik B.G. Feibert, and Lamont D. Saunders

-irrigated onion grown in the Treasure Valley of eastern Oregon should be irrigated at a soil water tension (SWT) of 20 kPa ( Shock et al., 2000a ). Both onion yield and size have also been found to be reduced by temporary imposed water stress. Jones and Johnson

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David C. Percival, John T.A. Proctor, and J.P. Privé

145 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 479–486) Water Stress

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Amanda Bayer, John Ruter, and Marc W. van Iersel

elongation can be controlled through drought stress without reducing plant quality. Our first objective was to quantify diurnal patterns of elongation of H. acetosella in response to well-watered and drought-stressed conditions. H. acetosella is a fast

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Craig E. Kallsen, Blake Sanden, and Mary Lu Arpaia

, 1970 ; Miller and Turnbull, 1948 ). Other citrus researchers have experimented with periodic water deficits during the growing season. Water stress can affect fruit yield and quality. Summer, fall, and season-long water deficits have increased the

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Amir Rezazadeh, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

Water stress is one of the major abiotic stresses negatively affecting plant production and quality ( Rabert et al., 2014 ). Plant responses to water stress involve either adaptive changes in metabolism and overall plant structure or deleterious

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Suejin Park, Youyoun Moon, and Nicole L. Waterland

). These poor postproduction conditions often cause water deficit stress, leading to decreased aesthetic values and marketability ( Armitage, 1993 ; Sharma et al., 2006 ). When encountering water deficit stress, plants need to reduce transpiration to

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Julián Miralles-Crespo, María J. Sánchez-Blanco, Alejandra Navarro G., Juan J. Martínez-Sánchez, Jose A. Franco L., and Sebastián Bañón A.

et al., 2009 ). In this sense, some authors have suggested that MDS behaves differently in pot-cultivated and soil-cultivated plants under water stress ( Gallardo et al., 2006 ). In gardening and revegetation in Mediterranean areas of Spain, it is