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Ting Min, Li-Fang Niu, Jun Xie, Yang Yi, Li-mei Wang, You-wei Ai, and Hong-xun Wang

Hevea brasiliensis Müll. Arg Genomics Appl. Biol. 33 845 852 Min, T. Fang, F. Ge, H. Shi, Y.N. Luo, Z.R. Yao, Y.C. Grierson, D. Yin, X.R. Chen, K.S. 2014 Two novel anoxia-induced ethylene response factors that interact with promoters of deastringency

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Naveen Kumar and Robert C. Ebel

-4-nitro-1 H -pyrazole are mediated by lipid signaling Plant Cell Environ. 28 1436 1449 Alferez, F. Zhong, G.Y. Burns, J.K. 2007 A citrus abscission agent induces anoxia- and senescence-related gene expression in Arabidopsis J. Expt. Bot. 58 2451

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Panayiotis A. Nektarios, Serafim Kastritsis, Nikolaos Ntoulas, and Panayiota Tsiotsiopoulou

, anoxia could be suspected as a factor for the reduced root growth. However, substrate P 60 :F 40 , which retained excessive amounts of water in all tensions, produced more root growth compared with P 50 :Per 50 ( Table 2 ). Therefore, the reduced shoot

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Luisa Dalla Costa, Nicola Tomasi, Stefano Gottardi, Francesco Iacuzzo, Giovanni Cortella, Lara Manzocco, Roberto Pinton, Tanja Mimmo, and Stefano Cesco

nutrient solution described by Manzocco et al. (2011) . The nutrient solutions were renewed every week and aerated by bubbling to prevent anoxia and to guarantee the constant mixing of the solution. Three sets of pots were used at three different

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Justine E. Vanden Heuvel and Martin C. Goffinet

to flooding and desiccation stresses, namely, large surface-to-volume ratios, fewer cell layers providing a barrier against anoxia and temperature stress, a greater rate of natural root senescence, and (for very fine and ultrafine roots) the critical

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Charles F. Forney

al., 1967 ), chilling injury (CI) ( Hruschka, 1970 ), freezing ( Bristow and Patten, 1995 ), extended water immersion ( Ceponis and Stretch, 1983 ), and anoxia ( Stark et al., 1974 ) and is characterized by a dull appearance, rubbery texture, and

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Benjamin K. Hoover

seeds. An ideal seed propagation substrate is firm enough to support a seed, allows for gas exchange to ensure oxygen is present for developing roots, holds water to facilitate hydration of the seed without promoting anoxia, is free of pathogens, and is

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Ting Min, En-chao Liu, Jun Xie, Yang Yi, Li-mei Wang, You-wei Ai, and Hong-xun Wang

, K.S. 2014 Two novel anoxia-induced ethylene response factors that interact with promoters of deastringency-related genes from persimmon PLoS One 9 97043 Min, T. Wang, M.M. Wang, H.X. Liu, X.F. Fang, F. Grierson, D. Yin, X.R. Chen, K.S. 2015 Isolation

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Ting Min, Jun Xie, Yang Yi, Wenfu Hou, Youwei Ai, and Hongxun Wang

. Biophys. Res. Commun. 362 431 436 Min, T. Fang, F. Ge, H. Shi, Y.N. Luo, Z.R. Yao, Y.C. Grierson, D. Yin, X.R. Chen, K.S. 2014 Two novel anoxia-induced ethylene response factors that interact with promoters of deastringency-related genes from persimmon

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Fenghua Shi, Chun Sui, Yue Jin, Hao Huang, and Jianhe Wei

anoxia on the ultrastructure of pea roots, p. 265–277. In: Crawford, R.M.M. (ed.). Plant life in aquatic and amphibious habitats. Blackwell Press, Oxford, UK Edinger, A.L. Thompson, C.B. 2004 Death by design: Apoptosis, necrosis and autophagy Curr. Opin