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Ada Baldi, Anna Lenzi, Marco Nannicini, Andrea Pardini, and Romano Tesi

.E. Dudeck, A.E. Sartain, J.B. Cisar, J.L. 1998 Bermudagrass growth, total nonstructural carbohydrate concentration, and quality as influenced by nitrogen and potassium Crop Sci. 38 168 174 Turgeon, A.J. 2007 Turfgrass management. Prentice Hall, Englewood

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Yiwei Jiang, Yu Cui, Zhongyong Pei, Huifen Liu, and Shoujun Sun

respiration, but had greater or similar levels of water-soluble carbohydrate and total nonstructural carbohydrate in leaf, when compared with frequent-irrigated bentgrass in different years ( Fu and Dernoeden, 2008 ). The results suggested that larger and

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Benjamin Wherley and Thomas R. Sinclair

25 439 441 Han, S.W. Fermanian, T.W. Juvik, J.A. Spomer, L.A. 2004 Total nonstructural carbohydrate storage in creeping bentgrass treated with trinexapac-ethyl HortScience 39 1461 1464

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Rumana Yeasmin, Stephen P. Bonser, Satoru Motoki, and Eiji Nishihara

nonmycorrhizal plants under stressful conditions ( Fig. 4 ). Decreases in nutrient uptake per unit root might be caused by depletion of labile C (total nonstructural carbohydrate), and hence energy, in roots (e.g., due to a decrease in transport of shoot C to

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Nathalie Nivot, Alain Olivier, and Line Lapointe

more likely to survive than smaller ones, supporting results obtained from previous studies on woody and semiwoody species ( Chalapathi et al., 2001 ; Palanisamy and Kumar, 1997 ). Total nonstructural carbohydrates have been shown to influence rooting

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Emmanuel A. Torres-Quezada, Lincoln Zotarelli, Vance M. Whitaker, Rebecca L. Darnell, Bielinski M. Santos, and Kelly T. Morgan

assessment is the time before digging, as early planting may reduce the time for plant development at the nursery and therefore the total nonstructural carbohydrates. Time in the nursery before establishment was not evaluated in this experiment. It was

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Lloyd L. Nackley, Jig Han Jeong, Lorence R. Oki, and Soo-Hyung Kim

. One of the most consistent responses to CO 2 enrichment has been an increase in biomass and total nonstructural carbohydrates in plant tissues ( Körner, 2000 ). As we prepare to adapt crop management to predicted elevated CO 2 concentrations ( Ziska

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Marina Petreikov, Lena Yeselson, Shmuel Shen, Ilan Levin, Arthur A. Schaffer, Ari Efrati, and Moshe Bar

mgII stage, the difference between starch content in the fruit was very large ( Fig. 2H ). The total soluble sugar content of the fruit increases with the degradation of starch content ( Fig. 2I ), so that the genotypic difference in total nonstructural

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Jen-An Lin and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

/N ratio of back pseudobulbs decreased during flowering ( Wang, 2011 ). Another research showed that concentrations of total nonstructural carbohydrate in the first back shoot and the second back shoot decreased during flowering in Oncidium ( Hew and Ng

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Neil S. Mattson and Marc W. van Iersel

harvest ( Fig. 1 ). During this period, carbohydrates accumulate within the plant and nitrogen uptake continues at a high rate. As new flower shoots emerge and begin to rapidly grow between days 10 and 20, total nonstructural carbohydrates are directed to