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Jana Murovec

genetic relatedness was expected still to exist because the mutation in gene (genes) for the lignification of the seedcoat occurred in central Europe (Styria). Accessions from Turkey and the Republic of Macedonia clustered into a well-defined cluster (from

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Zhaohui Li, Yan Ma, Wanyuan Yin, Dekui Zang, and Xianfeng Guo

and lignification status. Fig. 1. Growth of the branches of P. tatarinowii ( A ) and cuttings from different positions of the branches ( B ) during the current season. To reduce water loss, the bottom leaves of all cuttings were removed, with one

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Hector E. Pérez

). All sections are 30 μ m (microns); 1 mm = 0.0394 inch. Fig. 2. Loulu palm ( Pritchardia remota ) seedcoat and operculum. Seed coats (sc) stained with phloroglucinol (A) or toluidene blue (B) display lignification of the cells and a prominent lignin

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Mark Gaskell and Tim Hartz

100 and 200 lb/acre N. Soil conditions, cover crop carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio and degree of lignification at the time of soil incorporation govern the N mineralization rate of the residue. Residues with C:N ratios >20 provide little N availability

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Gretchen B. North and Evan A. Baker

and Nobel, 1998 ). The internal supply of water may help explain the relatively unsuberized state of the endodermis in contrast to the extensive suberization and lignification of the more external cell layers in the proximal region of the root

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Tina P. Thomas, Madhurababu Kunta, John V. da Graça, Mamadou Sétamou, Mani Skaria, and Apurba Bhattacharya

.W. 1968 Phenolic content in the roots and leaves of tolerant and susceptible citrus cultivars attacked by Radopholus similis Phytochemistry 7 5 12 Friend, J. 1981 Plant phenolics, lignification and plant disease 197

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Zhengke Zhang, Runshan Fu, Donald J. Huber, Jingping Rao, Xiaoxiao Chang, Meijiao Hu, Yu Zhang, and Nina Jiang

Expression of expansin genes during postharvest lignification and softening of ‘Luoyangqing’ and ‘Baisha’ loquat fruit under different storage conditions Postharvest Biol. Technol. 49 46 53 Yang, S.L. Xu, C.J. Zhang, B. Li, X. Chen, K.S. 2007 Involvement of

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Michael W. Smith

fruit were growing in size and during shell lignification. However, because kernels develop in the latter part of the growing season, demand for carbohydrates and nutrients increases substantially and competition among developing fruit amplifies

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William B. Thompson, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Sushila Chaudhari, David W. Monks, Katherine M. Jennings, and Garry L. Grabow

storage root initiation, which in turn determined the final yield. Togari (1950) also observed that dryness or compactness of soil increased cambium activity but led to increased lignification, resulting in the formation of pencil-like storage roots

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Tulsi Gurung, Suchila Techawongstien, Bhalang Suriharn, and Sungcom Techawongstien

) reported that high temperature increased lignifications of the plant cell wall and promoted rapid metabolic activity, which decreased other metabolites. Because capsaicin is a product of a metabolic pathway, competition between capsaicinoids and other