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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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Ajay Nair, Mathieu Ngouajio, and John Biernbaum

nutrients to the developing seedlings ( Weston and Zandstra, 1989 ). The nutrient management aspect for conventionally grown transplants has been extensively researched and largely optimized; however, there are challenges for organic transplant production

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Yun Kong, Devdutt Kamath, and Youbin Zheng

known that most plants grow naturally under a periodic light/dark environment. However, similar promotion effects by blue vs. red light have also been achieved under a photoperiod of <24 h (i.e., 12–18 h) in other LED studies on seedlings of eggplant

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Janice Coons and Nombasa Tsengwa

38 ORAL SESSION 8 (Abstr. 055–062) Vegetable Crops: Seedling Establishment

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Patrick Conner

production is still obtained from seedling orchards and native groves [ U.S. Dept. Agr. (USDA), 2005 ]. Most pecan trees are produced in field nurseries. Pecan cultivars are budded or grafted onto seedling rootstocks and then are dug and sold as bareroot

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James A. Bryan and John R. Seiler

. Schecklcr in the analysis of seedling stem anatomy; the critiques of John A. Arnone, Graeme P. Berlyn, Peter P. Feret, Stephen M. Schoenholtz, and two anonymous reviewers; and the financial support of the H. Smith Richardson Family Trust for the research

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Rayane Barcelos Bisi, Ute Albrecht, and Kim D. Bowman

produced by ordinary mitotic division of cells of the nucellus (nucellar embryos) and no male gamete contributes to their formation ( Garcia et al., 1999 ). For these species, some or a large portion of the seedlings will therefore be genetically identical

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David G. Clark, Christopher Dervinis, James E. Barrett, and Terril A. Nell

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station journal series R-07081. Use of a seedling hypocotyl elongation assay as a genetic screen for ethylene sensitivity of seedling geranium cultivars. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part

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Masahumi Johkan, Kazuhiro Shoji, Fumiyuki Goto, Shin-nosuke Hashida, and Toshihiro Yoshihara

In modern agriculture, the raising of seedlings and the cultivation of crops are often separated. Because seedlings are raised in small areas, farmland is efficiently used. Moreover, control over seedling growth such as achieving high rates of

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Kaitlin Barrios, Carrie Knott, and James Geaghan

germination, or revive later and attack the seedling as a latent infection ( Arya and Perelló, 2010 ; Sharvelle, 1961 ). Fortunately, fungicide applications at seeding are a traditional and effective method of protecting seed from fungal pathogens, thereby