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Chuhe Chen, J. Scott Cameron, and Stephen F. Klauer

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

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Vania Lanari, Oriana Silvestroni, Alberto Palliotti, Alan Green, and Paolo Sabbatini

Not much is known about the influence of leaf position on photosynthesis in water-stressed leaves. We do know that stomatal control of water loss is an early plant response to water deficit under field conditions ( Chaves, 1991 ; Cornic and

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Krista Shellie and D. Michael Glenn

components in the skin that are associated with wine quality ( Castellarin et al., 2007 ; Kennedy et al., 2002 ). Vine water stress has its greatest influence on berry and canopy size during the early phases of berry development ( Matthews and Anderson, 1988

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Mayashree Chinsamy, Manoj G. Kulkarni, and Johannes Van Staden

pathways, respiration, and water relations. Elevated temperatures reduce shoot weight, induce accumulation of phenolics, and affect certain physiological processes in tomato plants ( Abdelmageed et al., 2003 ; Rivero et al., 2001 ). Water-stressed tomato

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Yongqiang Qian, Deying Li, Lei Han, and Zhenyuan Sun

) sources. Abscisic acid was found to play a role in water stress-induced antioxidants ( Jiang and Zhang, 2002 ) and morphological responses ( Zhang and Davies, 1989 ). Increased contents of zeatin riboside (ZR) in shoot and root alleviated the heat stress

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Erick Amombo, Longxing Hu, Jibiao Fan, Zhengrong Hu, and Jinmin Fu

common bermudagrass is more tolerant to water stress than many agricultural crops ( Maas and Hoffman, 1977 ; Marcum and Murdoch, 1994 ). Any form of clonal integration irrespective of substances shared among the ramets uses the vascular system for

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Smiljana Goreta, Daniel I. Leskovar, and John L. Jifon

risk of stressing young seedlings to the point of physiological injury. Most of the studies cited earlier have separately evaluated the effects of antitranspirants on physiological (water relations and gas exchange) or growth (morphology and yield

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Will Wheeler, Reagan Wytsalucy, Brent Black, Grant Cardon, and Bruce Bugbee

of water stress ( Tworkoski et al., 2016 ). This was a valuable study, but there are significant challenges in extrapolating from short-term measurements on single leaves to whole plants ( Jones, 2004 ). A common technique in drought-stress container

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Ronald S. Thomas and Jack E. Staub

Abbreviations: CWSI, crop water stress index; OVR, overall fruit quality rating; P, photosynthesis; PFD, pillowy fruit disorder; RH, relative humidity; SMT, soil moisture tensions; SR, stomatal resistance; VPD, vapor pressure deficit. 1 Former

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Shinsuke Agehara and Daniel I. Leskovar

Vegetable seedlings often suffer transient water stress after transplanting. This so-called transplant shock is caused by the imbalance between water uptake and transpiration. In newly transplanted seedlings, water uptake is reduced because of root