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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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Qiuyue Ma, Shushun Li, Jing Wen, Lu Zhu, Kunyuan Yan, Qianzhong Li, Shuxian Li, and Bin Zhang

). Specifically, 754 DEGs were associated with FA metabolism, 34 were associated with arachidonic acid metabolism, 34 were associated with UFA biosynthesis, 42 were associated with cutin, suberin, and wax biosynthesis, 44 were associated with FA biosynthesis, 42

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Lucia E. Villavicencio, Sylvia M. Blankenship, G. Craig Yencho, Judith F. Thomas, and C. David Raper

temperature might indicate a change in structure that affects infiltration and stainability in these sections and thus, possibly, the degree of skin adhesion of these roots. Cell wall components such as suberin could have an effect on infiltration of the

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Ramón A. Arancibia, Jeffrey L. Main, and Christopher A. Clark

been reported to induce changes in the storage roots that results in skin set and reduced skinning incidence ( LaBonte and Wright, 1993 ). In addition, recent studies have shown an increase in total phenolics as well as lignin/suberin content in the

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Jorge M. Fonseca, Hyun-Jin Kim, Wesley L. Kline, Christian A. Wyenandt, Murshidul Hoque, Husein Ajwa, and Ned French

primarily for lignin and suberin synthesis, whereas ascorbic acid is the key compound in leaf tissue, allowing the control of reactive oxygen species generated by cutting. The response to an elicitor is complex because it can be affected by the endogenous

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Dongmei Wei, Huimin Xu, and Ruili Li

investigation of genic male-sterility in chinese cabbage Sex. Plant Reprod. 18 75 80 Yadav, V. Molina, I. Ranathunge, K. Castillo, I.Q. Rothstein, S.J. Reed, J.W. 2014 ABCG transporters are required for suberin and pollen wall extracellular barriers in

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Alba J. Collart, Stephen L. Meyers, and Jason K. Ward

foliar applications of ethephon increase skin lignin/suberin content and resistance to skinning in sweetpotato storage roots HortScience 48 1270 1274 Woolridge, J. 2010 Econometric analysis of cross section and panel data. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA Wright

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Jaroslav Ďurkovič, František Kačík, Miroslava Mamoňová, Monika Kardošová, Roman Longauer, and Jana Krajňáková

-rot fungus Lentitula edodes : Polysaccharide loss, lignin resistance and the unmasking of suberin Int. Biodeterior. Biodegradation 57 14 23 Vizárová, K. Kirschnerová, S. Kačík, F. Briškárová, A. Šutý, Š. Katuščák, S. 2012 Relationship between the decrease of

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Chen Jiang, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Sylvia M. Blankenship, Michael D. Boyette, Zvezdana Pesic-VanEsbroeck, Katherine M. Jennings, and Jonathan R. Schultheis

.S. Department of Agriculture 2005 United States standards for grades of sweetpotatoes. U.S. Dept. Agr., Washington, DC Wang, X. Arancibia, R.A. Main, J.L. Shankle, M.W. LaBonte, D.R. 2013 Preharvest foliar applications of ethephon increase skin lignin/suberin

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Huai-Fu Fan, Wen Chen, Zhou Yu, and Chang-Xia Du

other abiotic stresses; cell wall hardening through the immobilization and extension of matrix polysaccharide crosslinking; and lignin and suberin deposition ( Cosio and Dunand, 2009 ; De Gara, 2004 ). Recently, class III PODs have also been considered