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Jonathan Lynch

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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Daniel I. Leskovar and Peter J. Stoffell

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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D.M. Pharr, J.M.H. Stoop, M.E. Studer Feusi, J.D. Williamson, M.O. Massel, and M.A. Conkling

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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B. G. Cobb, D. L. Andrews, D. M. MacAlpine, J. R. Johnson, and M. C. Drew

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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Carlos L. Ballaré and Ana L. Scopel

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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Richard W. Zobel

120 COLLOQUIUM 3 (Abstr. 1000-1005) Seedling Morphological and Physiological Adaptation to Abiotic Stress

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Sylvia Cherono, Charmaine Ntini, Misganaw Wassie, Mohammad Dulal Mollah, Mohammad A. Belal, Collins Ogutu, and Yuepeng Han

radioimmunoassay ( Hattori et al., 1995 ), and many studies have been carried out to elucidate its functions in regulating growth. Melatonin has been associated with plant protection against biotic and abiotic stress as an antioxidant ( Afreen et al., 2006 ). For

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Qing Xu, Shi-Rong Guo, He Li, Nan-Shan Du, Sheng Shu, and Jin Sun

Grafting of vegetable seedlings is widely used in horticulture for various reasons, such as managing soil-borne disease and improving crop responses to abiotic stresses. Ling et al. (2013) suggested that watermelon wilt ( Fusarium oxysporum f. sp

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Xiaobo Sun, Yanming Deng, Lijian Liang, Xinping Jia, Zheng Xiao, and Jiale Su

( Alexandersson et al., 2010 ; Luu and Maurel, 2005 ). The latter is more efficient in regulating water transport across membranes when plants are experiencing abiotic stresses ( Lian et al., 2004 ; Vera-Estrella et al., 2004 ). The symplastic pathway is

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Weijie Jiang, Jie Bai, Xueyong Yang, Hongjun Yu, and Yanpeng Liu

) were also shown to be involved in low-temperature response ( Cuevas et al., 2008 ; Kagale et al., 2007 ). Abscisic acid is the central regulator of abiotic stress resistance in plants and is involved in many stress responses. A plant's ABA content