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Steven J. Damon, Russell L. Groves, and Michael J. Havey

, E.F. 1978 Antixenosis - A new term proposed to define Painter's ‘nonpreference’ modality of resistance Entomol. Soc. Amer. Bul. 24 175 176 Kolattukudy, P.E. Espelie, K.E. 1985 Biosynthesis of cutin, suberin, and associated waxes, p. 161–207. In

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Kathryn M. Santos, Paul R. Fisher, and William R. Argo

root formation, which are two independent processes ( Dole and Gibson, 2006 ). As soon as the cutting is removed from the stock plant, the outer cells form a protective layer of necrotic cells and suberin (hydrophobic substance) ( Dole and Gibson, 2006

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Johannes Daniel Scharwies, Eckhard Grimm, and Moritz Knoche

meristematic phellogen that produces phelloderm cells toward the inner and phellem cells toward the outer side by cell division ( Esau, 1969 ). Suberin deposition on the cell walls of the phellem is responsible for the brownish appearance of russeted peel

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Kevin R. Kosola, Beth Ann A. Workmaster, James S. Busse, and Jeffrey H. Gilman

to be closely related to root anatomy. The root hypodermis consists of one or more subepidermal cortical layers differentiated as a protective tissue containing suberin lamellae on the inside of the primary wall and is often lignified ( Esau, 1977

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Gretchen B. North and Evan A. Baker

.W. Stephens, J.E. Stark, M. 1987 Suberin lamellae in the hypodermis of maize ( Zea mays ) roots; development and factors affecting the permeability of hypodermal layers Plant Cell Environ. 10 83 93 Cruz, R

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S. Mark Goodwin, Christopher J. Edwards, Matthew A. Jenks, and Karl V. Wood

. Price K. The plant cuticle. Linnean Society Symposium Series Academic Press London, UK Holloway, P.J. 1984 Cutins and suberins, the polymeric plant lipids 321 345 Mangold H.K. Zweig G. Sherma

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Christopher A. Clark, Washington L. da Silva, Ramón A. Arancibia, Jeff L. Main, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Zvezdana Pesic van-Esbroeck, Chen Jiang, and Joy Smith

applications of ethephon increases skin lignin/suberin content and resistance to skinning in sweetpotato storage roots HortScience 48 1270 1274

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Derek W. Barchenger, Danise L. Coon, and Paul W. Bosland

HortScience 48 738 741 Wang, X. Arancibia, R.A. Main, J.L. Shankle, M.W. LaBonte, D.R. 2013 Preharvest foliar application of ethephon increase skin lignin/suberin content and resistance to skinning in sweet potato storage roots HortScience 48 1270 1274 Weis, K

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Peter J. Dittmar, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Katherine M. Jennings, David W. Monks, Sushila Chaudhari, Stephen Meyers, and Chen Jiang

-12-2017.pdf > Wang, X. Arancibia, R.A. Main, J.L. Shankle, M.W. LaBonte, D.R. 2013 Preharvest foliar applications of ethephon increase skin lignin/suberin content and resistance to skinning in sweetpotato storage roots HortScience 48 1270 1274 Yencho, C

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Zhiyong Hu, Qing Liu, Meilian Tan, Hualin Yi, and Xiuxin Deng

. Valpuesta, V. 2000 A tomato peroxidase involved in the synthesis of lignin and suberin Plant Physiol. 122 1119 1127 Ran, X. Liang, Y. Li, J. 2005 Analysis of the lignin contents and related enzymes