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Manuela Baietto and A. Dan Wilson

nuttallii Palmer, Pinus taeda L., Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich., and Thuja occidentalis L. One young healthy tree, ≈15 to 25 cm diameter at breast height of each species, was cut down and 1- to 2-m trunk sections from each stem were placed in a drying

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Timothy K. Broschat

mulch (pH 4.6), 4) finely shredded cypress ( Taxodium distichum ) wood chip mulch (pH 4.8), and 5) pine ( Pinus elliottii ) needle mulch (pH 4.4). Two cubic feet of each mulch was spread out uniformly on each plot resulting in an average depth of 2

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Frank Balestri and William R. Graves

water deficit ( Li and Zhong, 2006 ). The popular tree bald cypress ( Taxodium distichum L.) is one of the numerous species important for horticulture that illustrate the tendency for flood-resistant trees to resist drought also. Within the genus Nyssa

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Integrated Organic Program. Floriculture, Ornamentals, and Turf Section Expression of Leaf Blight Symptoms Vary among Provenances of Taxodium distichum (L.) L.C. Richard Garry V. McDonald* 1 , Geoffrey C. Denny 2 , Andrew R. King 3 , Donita

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Junqin Zong, Yanzhi Gao, Jingbo Chen, Hailin Guo, Yi Wang, Fan Meng, Yiwei Jiang, and Jianxiu Liu

baldcypress ( Taxodium distichum ) and montezuma cypress ( Taxodium mucronatum ) in surviving waterlogging. In enzymatic defense systems, SOD plays a central role in catalyzing the dismutation of O 2 ·- to H 2 O 2 and O 2 ( Bowler et al., 1992 ). In

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Christine E.H. Coker, Gary Bachman, Chris Boyd, Pamela B. Blanchard, Ed Bush, and Mengmeng Gu

), grasses (Poaceae), sedges (Cyperaceae), rushes (Juncaceae), pitcher plants ( Nepenthes spp.), and orchids (Orchidaceae); river swamp forests containing bald cypress ( Taxodium distichum ), water tupelo ( Nyssa aquatica ), and oaks ( Quercus spp.); salt

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Lawrence W. Zettler, Sarah B. Poulter, Kris I. McDonald, and Scott L. Stewart

baldcypress [ Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich. var. imbricarium (Nutt.) Croom] assisted by a staple gun (S. Stewart, unpublished data; Fig. 2 ). Fig. 2 Reintroduced Epidendrum nocturnum seedling wrapped in Sphagnum moss and fastened to a tree

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Richard T. Olsen

Taxodium ‘Nanjing Beauty’, a hybrid between T. distichum and T. mucronatum bred by the Nanjing Botanical Garden and introduced by the Stephen F. Austin State University in 2004 ( Creech et al., 2011 ). As the 21st century progresses, a new plant from

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J. Ryan Stewart, Reid D. Landes, Andrew K. Koeser, and Andrea L. Pettay

., 1992 ) and Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich. ( Nash and Graves, 1993 )], but others are not [e.g., Cornus florida L. ( Croker et al., 1998 ) and Acer pensylvanicum L. ( Pijut, 2005 )]. Pinckneya pubens and C. occidentalis both naturally occur in

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Bryan J. Peterson and William R. Graves

not associated with strong differences in response to moisture stress. Other studies have shown that the woody taxa Alnus maritima (Marsh.) Muhl. ex Nutt., Pinckneya pubens Michx., Magnolia virginiana L., and Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich., all