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Nicole L. Waterland, Craig A. Campbell, John J. Finer, and Michelle L. Jones

. Floriculture crops suffer stress from high temperature, low light, nutrient deficiencies, and water deprivation during shipping and retailing ( Armitage, 1993 ; Starman et al., 2007 ). Toning by reducing fertility and available water during the last 2 weeks of

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Juan O. Quijia Pillajo, Laura J. Chapin, and Michelle L. Jones

senescence and abiotic stress responses ( Hanaoka, 2002 ; Li et al., 2016 ; Liu et al., 2009 ; Luo et al., 2017 ; Xia et al., 2012 ), ATG genes may be suitable targets for floriculture crop improvement programs. The objective of this study was to

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Erick Amombo, Huiying Li, and Jinmin Fu

contribute to our understanding of salt tolerance and provide tools to improve crops. Because of their crucial roles in plant growth under environmental stress, the metabolism of several compounds has been studied in tall fescue under salinity stress. Sucrose

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Shinsuke Agehara

Transplanting results in transplant shock in seedlings, limiting stand establishment and productivity of many vegetable crops ( Agehara and Leskovar, 2012 ; Vavrina, 2002 ). Transplant shock is caused by various types of abiotic stress occurring

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Juan Carlos Melgar, Jill M. Dunlop, L. Gene Albrigo, and James P. Syvertsen

stress could delay flowering in citrus. We hypothesized that if the Florida ‘Valencia’ bloom period could be delayed by a few weeks using winter drought stress without negative effects on the quality of the current season's crop, the fruitlets from

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Manpreet Singh, Rupinder Kaur Saini, Sukhbir Singh, and Sat Pal Sharma

with the current production systems are inevitable in the near future. Water shortages have frequently exposed crops to drought stress, which is often accompanied by heat and salinity stress. In contemporary agriculture, drought stress is, in fact, the

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Jonathan P. Lynch

availability in industrial regions caused by acid rain ( Lynch and St.Clair, 2004 ). With the human population expected to reach nine billion by the middle of this century, the development of crops with enhanced tolerance of edaphic stress is an important

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Nicole L. Waterland, John J. Finer, and Michelle L. Jones

major cause of postproduction decline in greenhouse crops, and plants quickly become unsalable ( Armitage, 1993 ; Barrett and Campbell, 2006 ; van Iersel et al., 2009 ). The ABA helps plants survive drought stress by closing stomata to reduce

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Mark W. Farnham and Thomas Bjorkman

Breeding is one of the most efficient methods for managing abiotic stress. Some abiotic stresses directly reduce growth. Others affect development in a way that reduces or eliminates the crop's value. An example of the latter is superoptimal

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Ozlem Altuntas, H. Yildiz Dasgan, and Yelderem Akhoundnejad

improves resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses ( Ma, 2004 ). Pepper ( Capsicum annuum L.) is one of the most important cash crops grown in the Mediterranean region because it is widely consumed and popular. Recent studies have shown that pepper can