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Weiling Yuan, Shangyong Yuan, Zhixiong Liu, Leifu Chen, and Zhengming Qiu

). Loose-leaf lettuce cultivars contained higher calcium concentration and total calcium content compared with the butterhead or romaine lettuce cultivars. It is possible that loose-leaf phenotypes transpired more water than the romaine and butterhead

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Edward E. Carey, Lewis Jett, William J. Lamont Jr, Terrance T. Nennich, Michael D. Orzolek, and Kimberly A. Williams

>. Orzolek, M.D. Lamont, W.J. White, L. 2004 Promising horticultural crops for production in high tunnels in the mid-Atlantic area of the United States Acta Hort. 633 453 458 Rader, H.B. Karlsson, B.G. 2006 Northern field production of leaf and romaine

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Xuetong Fan, Kimberly J. Sokorai, Brendan A. Niemira, Robert S. Mills, and Mark Yueqian Zhen

, Prakash et al. (2000) found low-dose irradiation reduced respiration rate of ‘Romainelettuce. Fig. 2. Change in headspace composition in modified atmosphere package (MAP) of Iceberg lettuce during storage at 4 °C. Vertical bars represent se s (n = 8

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Xiuxiu Sun, Elizabeth Baldwin, Chris Ference, Jan Narciso, Anne Plotto, Mark Ritenour, Ken Harrison, Dave Gangemi, and Jinhe Bai

ultraviolet-C on the sensory properties of Romaine lettuce and kale and found the treatment provided better scores than the control. In addition, fresh-cut lettuce washed in a 3 mg·L −1 aqueous ClO 2 did not adversely affect sensory quality ( Lopez-Galvez et

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Charlene M. Grahn, Chris Benedict, Tom Thornton, and Carol Miles

. Postharvest Biol. Tec. 63:1–10 Monterey County Agricultural Commission 2012 2012 Monterey County crop report. Mont. County Ag. Comm., Salinas, CA Rader, H.B. Karlsson, M.G. 2006 Northern field production of leaf and romaine lettuce using a high tunnel

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Joongmin Shin, Bruce Harte, Janice Harte, and Kirk Dolan

. Han et al. (2004) observed that a 1.5-kGy treatment significantly increased CO 2 concentration in romaine lettuce packages 258.2% higher than the control (non-irradiated) at 0 d. Hagenmaier and Baker (1997) reported that the respiration of

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Jyotsna Joshi, Geng Zhang, Shanqi Shen, Kanyaratt Supaibulwatana, Chihiro K.A. Watanabe, and Wataru Yamori

photosynthetic rate to analyze whether the supplemental upward lighting could effectively alter the curvature factor of the photosynthetic response to light from above the plants. Materials and Methods Plant materials and growth conditions. Romaine lettuce seeds

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

.H. Kubota, C. 2007 Effect of methyl jasmonate on phenolic compounds and carotenoids of romaine lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L.) J. Agr. Food Chem. 55 10366 10372 Kim, H.J. Fonseca, J.M. Kubota, C. Choi

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Suzette P. Galinato and Carol A. Miles

:// > Dufault, R.J. Ward, B. Hassell, R.L. 2006 Planting date and romaine lettuce cultivar affect quality and productivity HortScience 41 3 640 645 Everhart, E. Hansen, R. Lewis, D. Naeve, L. Taber, H. 2009 Iowa high tunnel fruit and vegetable production manual

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Natalie R. Bumgarner, Whitney S. Miller, and Matthew D. Kleinhenz

15% silt loam field soil (OARDC). About 1000 preweighed primed and pelleted seeds of the two red leaf romaine lettuce cultivars [Outredgeous (Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Winslow, ME) and Flagship (Shamrock Seeds, Salinas, CA)] were sown on 21 Mar. and 10