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Youping Sun, Joseph Masabni, and Genhua Niu

agricultural crops, especially those vegetables that are sensitive to salinity. Salinity is one of the major abiotic stresses that threaten agricultural production. Increasing salinity in soil and irrigation water usually leads to a buildup in sodium (Na) and

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Monica Ozores-Hampton

Iron, a micronutrient essential for vegetable production, is required in low quantities between 1 and 1.5 lb/acre ( Liu et al., 2012 ). Iron is the fourth most abundant element in the soil; however, Fe in the soil is in the form of ferric oxides [Fe

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Hector Valenzuela, Stacy Riede, and Harry Yamamoto

125 POSTER SESSION 18 Nutrition & Photosynthesis/Vegetable Crops

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J.M. White, C.A. Neal, E.A. Hanlon, and S. Cox

143 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 612–623) Sustainable Production–Vegetables

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Donald R. Davis

This article summarizes three kinds of evidence pointing toward declines during the last 50 to 100 years in the concentration of some nutrients in vegetables and perhaps also in fruits available in the United States and the United Kingdom. INVERSE

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Hidemi Izumi, Tota Kiba, Akio Hikone, Hirohisa Hirano, and Shigeji Kuwana

148 POSTER SESSION 5F (Abstr. 297–303) Postharvest Physiology–Vegetables

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Yumei Zhang, Runfang Hu, Huawei Li, Haisheng Zhu, Jinming Zhao, Na Guo, Han Xing, and Guoqiang Lin

Vegetable soybean, called “Edamame” in Japan or “Mao Dou” in China, is one of the oldest cultivated vegetables and an excellent source of proteins, carbohydrates, dietary fibers, vitamins, minerals, and phytoestrogens ( Kim et al., 2014 ). Therefore

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John Luna, Mary Staben, and Tim O'Brien

139 ORAL SESSION 38 (Abstr. 645–650) Sustainable Agriculture–Vegetables

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X.E. Yang, X.X. Long, W.Z. Ni, and E.W. Stover

84 ORAL SESSION 16 (Abstr. 536–543) Vegetable Crops: Nutrition Tuesday, 25 July, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 noon