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Kemin Su, Justin Q. Moss, Guolong Zhang, Dennis L. Martin, and Yanqi Wu

abscisic acid Crop Sci. 42 202 207 Kang, H. Park, K. Saltveit, M.E. 2005 Chilling tolerance of cucumber ( Cucumis sativus ) seedling radicles is affected by radicle length, seedling vigor, and induced osmotic-and heat-shock proteins Physiol. Plant. 124 485

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Lisa J. Rowland, Anik L. Dhanaraj, Dhananjay Naik, Nadim Alkharouf, Ben Matthews, and Rajeev Arora

encoding ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme, heat shock proteins, phospholipid hydroperoxide glutathione peroxidase, and low temperature-induced 78 kD protein. Most of the genes suppressed in the field reached maximum suppression at the 400-h time point. An

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Michelle DaCosta and Bingru Huang

–Sotelo, J. Ho, T.H.D. Nguyen, H.T. 2001 Cloning of new members of heat shock protein HSP101 gene family in wheat ( Triticum aestivum (L.) Moench) inducible by heat, dehydration, and ABA Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1517 270 277

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Sukhvinder Pal Singh and Zora Singh

, L. Chen, S. Kong, W. Li, S. Archbold, D.D. 2006 Salicylic acid pre-treatment alleviates chilling injury and affects the antioxidant system and heat shock proteins of peaches during cold storage Postharvest Biol. Technol. 41 244 251 Wismer, W.V. 2003

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Jollanda Effendy, Don R. La Bonte, and Niranjan Baisakh

Coop. Ser. Bul. 369. Louisiana Agr. Expt. Sta., Baton Rouge, LA Gnanasekar, M. Dakshinamoorthy, G. Ramaswamy, K. 2009 Translationally controlled tumor protein is a novel heat shock protein with chaperone-like activity Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 386

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Adam Bolton, Aneela Nijabat, Muhammad Mahmood-ur-Rehman, Naima Huma Naveed, A.T.M. Majharul Mannan, Aamir Ali, Mohamed A. Rahim, and Philipp Simon

Relation of heat-shock proteins to thermotolerance during spinach seed germination, p. 103–105. In: J.R. Clark and M.D. Richardson (eds.). Horticultural Studies - 1998. Ark. Agr. Exp. Sta. Res. Ser. 466 Iloh, A.C. Omatta, G. Ogbadu, G.H. Onyenekwe, P

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Emily B. Merewitz and Sha Liu

factors in Arabidopsis thaliana ( Shi et al., 2015 ), and exogenous application in tomato plants also enhanced certain heat shock proteins ( Xu et al., 2016 ). Thus, further research could be performed to determine whether other protective mechanisms may

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Jiaqi Yan, Megan M. Dewdney, Pamela D. Roberts, and Mark A. Ritenour

defensive mechanisms in fruit against decay organisms. Pavoncello et al. (2001) reported that hot water treatment of ‘Star Ruby’ at 62 °C for 20 s increased resistance against green mold ( Penicillium digitatum ) as well as induced the accumulation of heat-shock

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Ju Ding, Kai Shi, Yan-Hong Zhou, and Jing-Quan Yu

. Browning, K.S. Gallie, D.R. Krishna, P. 2002 Brassinosteroid functions to protect the translational machinery and heat-shock protein synthesis following thermal stress Plant J. 29 681 691 Dhaubhadel, S

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Zongchang Xu, Meng Wang, Jinhui Zhou, Han Liu, Chengsheng Zhang, and Yiqiang Li

al., 2005 ; Radoni et al., 2003 ). Therefore, identification of stable reference genes provides an important foundation for molecular research. Housekeeping genes, such as ACTIN , GAPDH , EF1 α, UBQ , b-TUB , heat shock protein ( HSP ), 18S