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Ryan J. Hayes, Carlos H. Galeano, Yaguang Luo, Rudie Antonise, and Ivan Simko

Effect of initial oxygen concentration and film oxygen transmission rate on the quality of fresh-cut romaine lettuce J. Sci. Food Agr. 85 1622 1630 Lebeda, A. Ryder, E.J. Grube, R. Dolezalova, I. Kristkova, E. 2007 Lettuce (Asteraceae; Lactuca spp.), p

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Hong-jia Xu, Masafumi Johkan, Toru Maruo, Natsuko Kagawa, and Satoru Tsukagoshi

concentration around the root zone reached 100 to 200 m m . It has been found that in the long-term treatment of 5 m m NaCl, the total carotenoids were increased, whereas the phenolic concentration remained stable in romaine lettuce ( Kim et al., 2008 ). Salt

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Eric B. Brennan

), broccoli ( B. oleraceae var. italic ), and romaine lettuce ( Lactuca sativa )] and other lesser-known ones [e.g., purslane ( Portulaca oleracea ) and amaranth ( Amaranthus sp.)]. If Americans followed these guidelines, this would have major implications

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Zhengnan Yan, Dongxian He, Genhua Niu, Qing Zhou, and Yinghua Qu

appeared vigorous and compact compared with those grown under white LEDs alone. Mickens et al. (2018) also observed similar results in red romaine lettuce at harvest. To identify the amounts of supplemental red lights, blue lights, or both, combination of

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Jing Zhou, PingPing Li, JiZhang Wang, and Weiguo Fu

( Hikosaka et al., 2006 ). Light and temperature interactions provide crucial information for optimizing environmental regulations under various seasonal conditions ( Franklin et al., 2014 ; Lu et al., 2017 ). Romaine lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L.) is the

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Liping Kou, Yaguang Luo, Wu Ding, Xinghua Liu, and William Conway

. Luo, Y. Saftner, R.A. Gross, K.C. 2005 Delayed modified atmosphere packaging of fresh-cut Romaine lettuce: Effects on quality maintenance and shelf-life J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 130 116 123 Klein, J

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Ruixiang Yan, Joshua B. Gurtler, James P. Mattheis, and Xuetong Fan

(Romaine lettuce), O6FOO475 (spinach outbreak), RM 1484 (apple juice), and Sakai (sprouts) were used to inoculate peach fruit with or without fuzz removal as described earlier ( Yun et al., 2013 ). All strains were from the ARS Eastern Regional Research

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Leslie D. Hintz, Renee R. Boyer, Monica A. Ponder, Robert C. Williams, and Steven L. Rideout

contamination of various tomato plant tissues when sampled throughout differing plant growth stages. There is evidence that S . Newport can internalize into the roots and leaves of other produce crops. When the potting medium of 33-d-old romaine lettuce plants

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Kristy Borrelli, Richard T. Koenig, Brad M. Jaeckel, and Carol A. Miles

.G. 2006 Northern field production of leaf and romaine lettuce using a high tunnel HortTechnology 16 649 654 Smith, R. Cahn, M. Daugovish, O. Koike, S. Natwick, E. Smith, H. Subbarao, K. Takele, E. Turini, T. 2011 Leaf lettuce production in California

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Tomohiro Jishi, Ryo Matsuda, and Kazuhiro Fujiwara

change patterns and PPFD ave . Materials and Methods Plant material. Seeds of cos lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L. ‘Cos Lettuce’; Takii Seed Co., Ltd., Kyoto, Japan), which referred to as romaine lettuce in some areas, were sown on watered