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Shuming Ju, Lingzhen Ji, and Delan Xu

application of the growth inhibitor paclobutrazol and calcine during autumn could inhibit significantly the growth of redwood branches and improve the cold resistance of the tree ( Ju et al., 2019 , 2020 ). The regulation of endogenous hormones in plant

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Eucario Mancilla-Álvarez, Marco A. Ramírez-Mosqueda, Samantha Arano-Avalos, Rosalía Núñez-Pastrana, and Jericó J. Bello-Bello

osmoregulators and growth inhibitors on in vitro conservation of sugarcane Agrociencia 48 439 446 Bessembinder, J.J.E. Staritsky, G. Zandvoort, E.A. 1993 Long-term in vitro storage of Colocasia esculenta under minimal growth conditions Plant Cell Tissue Organ

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Michelle DaCosta and Bingru Huang

. When plants were rewatered after drought stress, ABA levels dropped and iPA content increased to prestress levels. As discussed previously, ABA is considered a growth inhibitor whereas cytokinins act as growth promoters. Therefore, the decline in ABA

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Rangjian Qiu, Yuanshu Jing, Chunwei Liu, Zaiqiang Yang, and Zhenchang Wang

way of plant growth, inhibiting the crop yield. However, a water deficit caused by high salinity may also improve fruit quality ( Adams and Ho, 2015 ; Chen et al., 2016 ; Rubio et al., 2009 ). The simultaneous control of yield and fruit quality is

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Fang Xiao, Zaiqiang Yang, Haijing Huang, Fei Yang, Liyun Zhu, and Dong Han

-promoting hormones, N can promote their accumulation, and ABA is a growth-inhibiting hormone, which starts and promotes plant senescence ( Wang et al., 1994 ). This study showed that the contents of ZT and GA 3 were the highest in N3, the content of ABA was the

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Daniel Hargey, Benjamin Wherley, Andrew Malis, James Thomas, and Ambika Chandra

(ed.). Handbook of turfgrass management and physiology. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL Fagerness, M.J. Penner, D. 1998 Spray application parameters that influence the growth inhibiting effects of trinexapac-ethyl Crop Sci. 38 1028 1035 Fagerness, M

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Yan-xin Duan, Ying Xu, Ran Wang, and Chun-hui Ma

frequently reported, little has been done on Asian pear cultivars. Prohexadione calcium (P-Ca) inhibits the biosynthesis of gibberellin ( Evans et al., 1999 ; Rademacher et al., 2004 ). Compared with other three triazole growth inhibitors, P-Ca has low

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Marianne Andresen and Nina Cedergreen

beet, oat, and barley, respectively), and the size of the biomass increase was 27%, 39%, and 41% in beet, oat, and barley, respectively. The growth increase was visible not only in DW, but also by the eye. A small growth-inhibiting effect was observed

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Ryan W. Dickson, Kalyn M. Helms, Brian E. Jackson, Leala M. Machesney, and Jung Ae Lee

materials to leach growth inhibiting compounds into the root zone ( Bugbee and Heins, 2018 ; Bunt, 1988 ; Ortega et al., 1996 ), particularly if the wood was not adequately aged or processed. Similarly, certain peat and coir materials have been reported to

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Francesco Montesano and Marc W. van Iersel

additional calcium partially prevented the growth-inhibiting and physiological (root hydraulic conductance, g S ) effects of Na + (60 m m ) on tomato. Lopez and Satti (1996) found that adding 20 m m Ca 2+ to a saline nutrient solution (50 m m NaCl