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Nobuyuki Fukuoka, Takamoto Suzuki, Keisuke Minamide and Tatsuro Hamada

are enzymes such as polyphenyloxidase (PPO) and peroxidase (POD) ( Vaknin et al., 2005 ). Induction of POD activity, resulting from high temperature, was found in the leaves of bentgrass ( Liu and Huang, 2000 ). In Raphanus sativus , a pronounced

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Ryohei Koyama, Hiromichi Itoh, Syuji Kimura, Ai Morioka and Yuichi Uno

. 2003 Environmental stress for crops and their antioxidative mechanisms Regulat. Plant Growth Dev. 38 118 124 Matsumoto, K. Tada, Y. Shimizu, H. Shibusawa, S. 2009 Effect of temperature on the growth and antioxidative activity of Raphanus sativus L

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Metin Turan, Nizamettin Ataoglu, Adem Gunes, Taskin Oztas, Atilla Dursun, Melek Ekinci, Quirine M. Ketterings and Yuh Ming Huang

. esculentum Nees), squashes ( Cucurbita pepo L., C. maxima L., and C. moschata L.), onion ( Allium cepa L.), snap bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.), melon ( Cucumis melo L.), radish ( Raphanus sativus L.), and salad vegetables, including lettuce

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Kirandeep K. Mann, Arnold W. Schumann, Thomas A. Obreza and Jerry B. Sartain

sorghum does respond to variable soil conditions. Radish ( Raphanus sativus L.) belongs to the family Brassicaceae of dicots, is a shallow-rooted vegetable with a distinct taproot, and grows rapidly. Variable vegetable production in Florida sandy soils is

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How-Chiun Wu and Chun-Chih Lin

. 25 1297 1301 Usuda, H. Shimogawara, K. 1998 The effects of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide on growth, carbohydrates, and photosynthesis in radish, Raphanus sativus Plant Cell Physiol. 39 1 7 Wintermans, J.F.G. De Mots, A. 1965 Spectrophotometric

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Huseyin Karlidag, Ertan Yildirim, Metin Turan, Mucahit Pehluvan and Figen Donmez

Sci. Hort. 111 1 6 Yildirim, E. Turan, M. Donmez, M.F. 2008 Mitigation of salt stress in radish ( Raphanus Sativus ) by plant growth promoting rhizobacteria Roumanian Biotech. Lett. 13 3933 3943 Yildirim, E. Turan, M. Ekinci, M. Dursun, A. Cakmakci, R

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Hanseul Park, Eunhye Ko and Yeh-Jin Ahn

the gene level, CuO in the form of nanoparticles caused mutagenic DNA lesions in radish ( Raphanus sativus L.) and ryegrass ( Lolium perenne L. and Lolium rigidum L.; Atha et al., 2011 ). The conflicting results on the effects of nanomaterials

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Mary A. Rogers

, 2007 ). Excess nitrate consumption can have toxic effects on humans and high nitrate accumulating vegetables include leafy greens, celery, and radish [ Raphanus sativus ( Santamaria, 2006 )]. Studies have been done measuring nitrate accumulation in

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Raymond Kruse and Ajay Nair

examined the effect of oilseed radish ( Raphanus sativus var. oleifera ), oriental mustard ( Brassica juncea ), and yellow mustard ( Sinapis alba ) cover crops, which are known to produce isothiocyanates that act as biofumigants. Additionally, the study

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Seong-Sil Kim, Sin-Ae Park and Ki-Cheol Son

), chicory ( Cichorium intybus ), radish ( Raphanus sativus ), kohlrabi ( Brassica oleracea ssp. gongylodes ), chinese cabbage ( Brassica campestris ssp. pekinensis ), and pak choi ( Brassica chinensis ). Table 1. Garden activity type and summary of the